Human Rights Council Order of the Day Sixteenth session

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Human Rights Council
Sixteenth session
Geneva, 28 February -25 March 2011
Order of the Day*
Plenary Meetings – Room XX
Tuesday, 1 March 2011
MORNING
10.00 – 13.00
4th meeting
High-Level Segment**
10.00
H.E. Mr. Iurie Leanca, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for Foreign
Affairs and European Integration, Republic of Moldova
10.10
H.E. Mr. Jean Asselborn, Vice-Prime Minister, Minister for Foreign
Affairs, Luxembourg
10.20
H.E. Dr. Hoda Alban, Minister of Human Rights, Yemen
10.30
H.E. Dr. Fatima Al Balooshi, Minister of Social Development,
Bahrain
10.40
H.E. Hon. Mutula Kilonzo, Minister for Justice, National Cohesion
and Constitutional Affairs, Kenya
10.50
H.E. Mr.Uri Rosenthal, Minister for Foreign Affairs, The
Netherlands
11.00
H.E. Mr. Karel Schwarzenberg, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister
for Foreign Affairs, Czech Republic
11.10
H.E. Mr. Kanat Saudabayev, Minister for Foreign Affairs,
Kazakhstan
11.20
H.E. Mr. Antonio Milososki, Minister for Foreign Affairs, The
former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
*The information contained in this document was compiled and is correct as of 6 p.m. of the previous day. In the event
that the consideration of a specific item or sub-item does not take up the whole meeting, the Council will move to the
consideration of the next item or sub-item scheduled for the following meeting, with the exception of the High Level
Segment and Panels. The Secretariat will communicate any changes or updates by SMS, HRC Extranet and Twitter
(http://www.twitter.com/un_hrc). Any comments should be notified to the Secretariat, Room E-3060.
**The present list is provisional and subject to change.
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11.30
H.E. Hon. Dr. Dipu Moni, Foreign Minister, Bangladesh
11.40
H.E. Mr. Luzolo Bambi Lessa, Minister of Justice and Human Rights,
Democratic Republic of Congo
11.50
H. E. Mr. Mourad Medelci, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Algeria
12.00
H.E. Hon. Mr. Fashion Phiri, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs,
Zambia
12.10
H.E. Mr. Ikuo Yamahana, Parliamentary Vice-Minister for Foreign
Affairs, Japan
12.20
H.E. Mr. Frank Belfrage, Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs, Sweden
12.30
H.E. Mr. Luis Raul Estévez López, Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs,
Guatemala
12.40
H.E. Mr. Dimiter Tzantchev, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs,
Bulgaria
12.50
H.E. Mr. Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, Secretary- General, Organization of
the Islamic Conference
AFTERNOON
High Level Segment (cont’d)
15.00-18.00
5th meeting
15.00
H.E. Dr. Salomon Nguema Owono, Vice Prime Minister in charge of
Social Affairs and Human Rights, Equatorial Guinea
15.10
H.E. Mr. Vuk Jemerić, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Serbia
15.20
H.E. Ms. Lene Espersen, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Denmark
15.30
H. E. Mr. René Castro Salazar, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Costa
Rica
15.40
H.E. Mr. Henri Eyebe Ayissi, Minister for Foreign Affairs,
Cameroon
15.50
H.E. Mr. Ahmad bin Abdullah Al Mahmud, Minister of State for
Foreign Affairs, Qatar
16.00
H.E. Mr. Temir Porras Ponceleón. Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs
Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
16.10
H.E. Mr. Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, Minister for Foreign Affairs,
Cuba
16.20
H.E. Mr. Doru Costea, Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs, Romania
16.30
H.E. Ms. Edith Harxhi, Deputy Foreign Minister, Albania
16.40
H.E. Mr. Manuel Domingos Augusto, Secretary of State of External
Affairs, Angola
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16.50
H.E. Mr. Nebojsa Kaludjerovic, State Secretary of Ministry of
Foreign Affairs, Montenegro
17.00
H.E. Mr. Arman Kriakossian, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs,
Armenia
Other information:

All speakers scheduled to take the floor should provide the Secretariat beforehand with 25 copies of their statements.
For general distribution, 250 copies are needed.

Identity session photo-badges may be obtained by all delegations from the UNOG Security and Safety Section at the
‘Pregny Gate’ (Palais des Nations, 8-14 Avenue de la Paix) from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. upon presentation of a copy of the
letter requesting accreditation and an identity document.

The deadline for submission of draft resolutions/decisions is Thursday, 17 March 2011 at 1pm. (room E-3054).
Relevant modalities and co-sponsors’ forms are available on the Extranet.

Delegations wishing to reserve rooms should contact Ms. Somjai Kiatsurayanon (email: [email protected]
tel. 77381, office E-3060) no later than 12 noon of the day before the meeting.

Delegations wishing to reserve rooms during the High-level Segment should contact Ms. Denise d'Aniello
(email: [email protected], tel. 77381, office E-3060).

Draft programme of work found in annex.
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DRAFT PROGRAMME OF WORK FOR THE 16TH SESSION OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL (28 FEBRUARY – 25 MARCH 2011)
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WEEK 1
28 February
WEEK 2
7 March
WEEK 3
14 March
Item 1
Item 3 (cont’d) starts at 9.00 a.m.
Item 4 - starts at 9am
High-level segment (HLS)
Clustered ID with:
. SR countering terrorism
. SR torture
13.00
–
15.00
HLS (cont’d)
Item 3 (cont’d)
Clustered ID with :
. WG disappearances
. WG arbitrary detention
. SR on IDPs
15.00
–
HLS (cont’d)
13.00
N
D
A
Y
Item 3 (cont’d)
18.00
1 March
8 March
Item 3 (cont’d) starts at 9.00a.m
T
U
10.00
–
13.00
HLS (cont’d)
Clustered ID with:
. SR Right to Food
. SR on Adequate Housing
E
S
D
13.00
–
15.00
HLS (cont’d)
Item 3 (cont’d)
Clustered ID with:
. SRSG violence against children
. SR sale of children
Individual ID with:
. SR DPRK
. SR Myanmar
WEEK 4
21 March
Item 2 - HC report (res. 15/1) starts 9am
Item 7
Follow-up to special sessions :
. HC reports (res S-9/1 & S-12/1, 15/6)
. ID w/ Committee of Experts (res 13/9)
Item 4 (cont’d)
. Follow-up to the 14th Sp Session- HC
report (res S-14/1) to be followed by GD
. Follow-up to the 15th Sp Session - GD
-General debate (item 4)
Item 7 (cont’d)
. ID with SR - OpT
---General debate
Item 4 (cont’d)
General debate (cont’d)
Item 7 (cont’d)
General debate (cont’d)
15 March
Item 3 (cont’d)- starts 9am
. ID with IE minorities
Item 5 (cont’d)
. HRCAC Reports
. Report of Forum on Minority Issues
. Report of the Social Forum
. Report of WG on HRET
General debate (cont’d)
Item 5 (cont’d)
General debate (cont’d)
22 March
Item 8 - starts at 9 am
General debate
-Item 9
Item 9
. IGWG on Durban follow-up
--General debate (cont’d)
A
Y
15.00
–
18.00
HLS (cont’d)
2 March
Item 3 (cont’d)
Item 5 (cont’d)
General debate (cont’d)
9 March
16 March
W
E
D
10.00
–
13.00
9.00 -12.00
HLS (cont’d)
Annual full-day meeting on the rights of
the child (res. 13/20)
Item 6
Consideration of UPR-reports
Liberia
Malawi
Mongolia
N
E
S
D
A
Y
13.00
–
15.00
15.00
–
18.00
12.00 -15.00
Panel on the enjoyment of HRs of
people of African Descent (res.
14/16)
15.00 -18.00
HLS General segment
3 March
Item 1 (cont’d)
T
H
U
R
S
10.00
–
13.00
13.00
–
15.00
D
A
Y
F
15.00
–
18.00
10.00
–
13.00
Item 2
HC annual report, followed by
Interactive Dialogue with HC
Break
Item 2 (cont’d)
ID-HC (cont’d)
--HC/SG thematic reports followed by
General debate
4 March
Item 2 (cont’d)
General debate (cont’d)
Break
Break
Annual full-day meeting on the rights of
the child (res. 13/20)
Item 6 (cont’d)
Consideration of UPR-reports
Panama
Maldives
Andorra
10 March
Item 3 (cont’d)
Clustered ID with:
. SR HR defenders
. SR freedom of religion or belief
Break
Item 3 (cont’d)
General debate
11 March
Panel on HRs and issues related
to terrorist hostage-taking
( dec. 15/116)
R
I
D
13.00
–
15.00
A
Y
15.00
–
18.00
Break
Break
Item 3 (cont’d)
General debate (cont’d)
--Item 5
Complaint Procedure
[Closed meeting]
* including the adoption of the outcome of the HRC Review.
Item 3
Annual debate on HRs of persons
with disabilities (res. 13/11)
17 March
Item 6 (cont’d)
Consideration of UPR-reports
Bulgaria
Honduras
Lebanon
Item 9 (cont’d)
General debate (cont’d )
-Item 5 (cont’d)
Complaint Procedure [Closed meeting]
23 March
Item 10
Individual ID with:
. IE on Burundi
. SR joint report on DRC (res 13/22)
--Item 2 & 10 – HC country reports
General Debate
--General
debate
Break
Item 1 (cont’d)
. Appointment SP mandate holders
. Appointment of Exp. Mechanism on
Indigenous Peoples.
. HRC Advisory Committee elections
24and
March
Decisions
conclusions
Decisions and conclusions (cont’d)
Break
Break
Item 6 (cont’d)
Consideration of UPR-reports
Marshall Islands
Croatia
Jamaica
Decisions and conclusions
(cont’d)
18 March
Item 6 (cont’d)
Consideration of UPR-reports
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
Micronesia
Mauritania
Break
Item 6 (cont’d)
Consideration of UPR-reports
United States of America
--General debate
25 March
Decisions and conclusions (cont’d)
Break
Decisions and conclusion (cont’d)
Report of the session
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Information note for ease of reference on speaking time arrangements
16th Human Rights Council (28 February – 25 March 2011)
Type of discussion
Interactive dialogue with the High
Commissioner
Interactive dialogues for thematic
mandates (clustered)
Member
States
Observer States
and other
observers
NHRIs/NGOs
(min.)
(min.)
(min.)
3’
2’
5’
-
2’ per NHRI/NGO
(30’ approx. in total)
-
3’ per NHRI/NGO
(30’ approx. in total
for three Rapporteurs)
-
3’ per NHRI/NGO
(20’ approx. in total
for two Rapporteurs)
3’
Interactive dialogue for country
and other mandates (when
individual)
3’
2’
-
2’ per NHRI /NGO
(10’ approx. in total )
General debate for all Items
3’
2’
-
2’ per NHRI /NGO
Panels
3’
2’
-
2’ per NHRI /NGO
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For general debates, all delegates are requested to inscribe in person at the List of
Speakers Desk in Room XX, which is open for all items on the first day of the session.
For interactive dialogues and panels, delegates are requested to raise their
nameplates. NHRIs and NGOs* are requested to approach the List of Speakers Desk
in Room XX.
For the consideration of UPR outcomes under Item 6, a timetable for the opening of
the lists of speakers for countries concerned was circulated via Note Verbale on 25
January 2011. All delegates are requested to inscribe in person at the List of Speakers
Desk in Room XX. NHRIs and NGOs are requested to approach the List of Speakers
Desk outside Room XX.
-----------------* To confirm on-line pre-registration request.
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