Human Rights Council Order of the day Twenty-seventh session

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Human Rights Council
Twenty-seventh session
Geneva, 8 - 26 September 2014
Order of the day*
Plenary meetings – Room XX
Monday, 8 September 2014
MORNING
9.00 – 12.00
1st meeting
Item 1
Organizational and procedural matters
A/HRC/27/1, A/HRC/27/1/Corr.1
Item 2
Annual report of the United Nations High Commissioner for
Human Rights and reports of the Office of the High Commissioner
and the Secretary-General
Update by the High Commissioner followed by general debate
[Modalities for participation in the general debate: States Members of the
Council, observer States and other observers, including NHRIs, are requested to
inscribe with the List of speakers desk in Room XX. NGOs are requested to confirm
their on-line registration at the List of speakers desk in room XX. Speaking time is 3
minutes for States Members of the Council, and 2 minutes for observer States and
other observers, including NHRIs and NGOs.]
LUNCH
12.00 – 15.00
2nd meeting
Item 2
(cont’d)
Annual report of the United Nations High Commissioner for
Human Rights and reports of the Office of the High Commissioner
and the Secretary-General
Update by the High Commissioner followed by general debate
(cont’d)
[Modalities for participation in the general debate: See above.]
*
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 panels and the consideration of UPR reports. The
Secretariat will communicate any changes or updates by SMS alerts, HRC Extranet and Twitter (@UN_HRC & #HRC26). Any
comments should be notified to the Secretariat, room E-3060.
A/HRC/27/OD/1
GE.14- 15670
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AFTERNOON
15.00 -- 18.00
3rd meeting
Item 2
(cont’d)
Annual report of the United Nations High Commissioner for
Human Rights and reports of the Office of the High Commissioner
and the Secretary-General
Item 3
Promotion and protection of all human rights, civil, political,
economic, social and cultural rights, including the right to
development
Clustered interactive dialogue with:
- Independent Expert on the enjoyment of all human rights by older
persons
A/HRC/27/46, A/HRC/27/NGO/9, A/HRC/27/NGO/18,
A/HRC/27/NGO/29, A/HRC/27/NGO/50, A/HRC/27/NGO/87
- Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of slavery
A/HRC/27/53, A/HRC/27/53/Add.1, A/HRC/27/53/Add.2,
A/HRC/27/NI/1, A/HRC/27/NGO/19, A/HRC/27/NGO/48,
A/HRC/27/NGO/64
[Modalities for participation in the clustered interactive dialogue: States Members
of the Council, observer States and other observers are requested to use the electronic
system and inscribe on the list of speakers by pressing the microphone button at their
desk at the beginning of the dialogue. NHRIs are requested to inscribe at the List of
speakers desk in Room XX. NGOs are requested to confirm their on-line registration at
the List of speakers desk in Room XX. Speaking time is 5 minutes for States Members
of the Council and 3 minutes for observer States and other observers, including NHRIs
and NGOs.]
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Other information:
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Draft programme of work is attached.
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DRAFT PROGRAMME OF WORK FOR THE 27TH SESSION OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL (8-26 SEPTEMBER 2014)
as of 26 August 2014 (subject to change)
09.00
–
12.00
M
O
N 12.00
–
D 15:00
A
Y
15.00
–
18.00
09.00
–
12.00
T
U
E 12:00
–
S 15:00
D
A
Y 15.00
–
18.00
WEEK 1
WEEK 2
WEEK 3
8 September (non-stop)
ITEMS 1 and 2*
Opening of the session
ITEM 2 (cont’d)
Update by the HC followed by
General debate
15 September (non-stop)
22 September (non-stop)
PANEL ON THE USE OF REMOTELY
PILOTED AIRCRAFT OR ARMED
DRONES IN COUNTER-TERRORISM
AND MILITARY OPERATIONS
(HRC resolution 25/22)
ITEM 6 (cont’d)
General debate
ITEM 7
HC report followed by
General debate
ITEM 8
General debate
ITEM 2 (cont’d)
ITEM 2 (cont’d)
ITEM 3
Clustered ID with
- IE on older persons
- SR on contemporary forms of slavery
9 September (non-stop)
PANEL ON HISTORY TEACHING &
MEMORIALIZATION PROCESSES
(HRC resolution 25/19)
09:00
–
12:00
12.00
–
15:00
ITEMS 2 & 3 (cont’d)
General debate (cont’d)
15.00
–
18.00
ANNUAL DISCUSSION ON THE
INTEGRATION OF A GENDER
PERSPECTIVE
(HRC resolution 6/30)
ITEM 3 (cont’d)
Clustered ID (cont’d)
12:00
–
15:00
ITEM 4 (cont’d)
General debate
12:00
–
15:00
Clustered ID with:
- SR on water and sanitation
- SR on hazardous wastes
15:00
–
18:00
ITEM 4 (cont’d)
General debate (cont’d)
ITEM 5 (cont’d)
15.00
–
18.00
ID with SR on Cambodia
ID with IE on Sudan
12.00
-15.00
ITEM 3 (cont’d)
Clustered ID with
- WG on mercenaries
- IE on democratic & equitable int’l order
F
R
I
D
A
Y
12.00
–
15.00
15.00
–
17.00
17.00
–
18.00
12:00
–
15:00
ID with HRC Advisory Committee
17 September (non-stop)
ITEMS 3 & 5
Clustered ID with:
- SR on indigenous peoples
- Expert Mechanism on the Rights of
Indigenous Peoples (EMRIP)
HALF-DAY DISCUSSION ON THE
RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES
(HRC resolutions 18/8 and 24/10)
ITEM 3 (cont’d)
ITEM 5 (cont’d)
15.00
Clustered ID with
Report of IGWG on the right to peace
–
- SR on truth, justice, reparation and non18.00
recurrence
followed by General debate
- WG on arbitrary detention
11 September
18 September (non-stop)
ITEM 6
09.00
Consideration of UPR outcomes
–
Norway, Albania,
12.00
Democratic Republic of the Congo
ON THE ROLE OF PREVENTION
12:00 PANELIN
THE PROMOTION AND
UNITED NATIONS HOLIDAY
–
PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS
15:00
(HRC resolution 24/16)
ITEM 6 (cont’d)
15.00
–
Consideration of UPR outcomes
18.00
Côte d’Ivoire, Portugal, Bhutan
12 September (non-stop)
09.00
–
12.00
23 September (non-stop)
ITEM 9
ID with WG of Experts on People of
African Descent
followed by General debate
ITEM 10
ID on HC report Ukraine
PANEL ON THE PROTECTION OF THE
09.00
–
HUMAN RIGHTS OF PERSONS DEPRIVED
OF THEIR LIBERTY (HRC resolution 24/12) 12.00
T
H
U
R
S
D
A
Y
15.00
–
17.00
17:00
ITEM 5 (cont’d)
–
18.00 Complaint procedure (closed meeting)
16 September (non-stop)
09.00
–
12.00
15.00
–
18.00
12:00
–
15:00
ITEM 4
09.00
09.00 PANEL ON ACCELERATING GLOBAL
EFFORTS TO END VIOLENCE AGAINST
–
–
ID with Commission of inquiry on the
CHILDREN
12.00
12.00
Syrian Arab Republic
(HRC resolution 25/10)
10 September (non-stop)
W
E
D
N
E
S
D
A
Y
PANEL ON THE PROTECTION OF THE 09.00
FAMILY AND ITS MEMBERS
–
12.00
(HRC resolution 26/11)
24 September (non-stop)
ITEM 10 (cont’d)
09.00
ID with IE on Sudan (cont’d)
–
ID with IE on Somalia
12.00
ID with IE on Central African Republic
12:00
–
15:00
ITEM 10 (cont’d)
ID with IE on CAR (cont’d)
SG/HC country reports (Items 2+10)
followed by General debate
15.00
–
18.00
PANEL DISCUSSION ON SOUTH
SUDAN (HRC resolution 26/31)
25 September (non-stop)
09.00
–
12.00
ITEM 10 (cont’d)
General debate (cont’d)
12:00
–
15:00
ITEM 1 (cont’d)
Decisions and conclusions
15.00
–
18.00
19 September (non-stop)
ITEM 6 (cont’d)
10.00
PANEL ON THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY IN THE 09.00
Consideration
of UPR outcomes
–
–
DIGITAL AGE (HRC decision 25/117)
Dominica, Democratic People’s
12.00
13.00
Republic of Korea, Brunei Darussalam
ITEM 3 (cont’d)
13.00
ITEM 6 (cont’d)
12.00
–
Clustered ID (cont’d)
–
Consideration
of
UPR
outcomes
15.00
ID with WG enforced disappearances
15.00 Costa Rica, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia
ITEMS 2 & 3 (cont’d)
ITEM 6 (cont’d)
15.00
- Report IGWG on right to development
–
Consideration of UPR outcomes
15.00
- Introduction of SG/HC/OHCHR thematic
17:00
–
Qatar, Nicaragua
reports followed by General debate
18.00
ITEM
5
(cont’d)
General
debate
17.00
ITEM 5
–
(cont’d)
Complaint procedure (closed meeting)
18.00
ITEM 6 (cont’d) - General debate
* Item 2 remains open throughout the session.
ITEM 1 (cont’d)
Decisions and conclusions (cont’d)
Election of HRC Advisory Committee
members
26 September
ITEM 1 (cont’d)
Decisions and conclusions (cont’d)
Break
ITEM 1 (cont’d)
Decisions and conclusions (cont’d)
Appointment of SP mandate holders
Adoption of the session report
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Order of the day, 8 September 2014
Human Rights Council
27th session (8 – 26 September 2014)
Inscriptions on the list of speakers and speaking time arrangements
TYPE OF DISCUSSION
MEMBER STATES
(MIN.)
OBSERVER
STATES AND
OTHER
OBSERVERS
OBSERVERS
FOR NHRIs* /
NGOs**
(MIN.)
(MIN.)
General debates for all items
3’
2’
2’ per NHRI / NGO
Panels
2’
2’
2’ per NHRI / NGO
3’
2’
2’ per NHRI / NGO
5’
3’
……………….
may be reduced
according to the
number of registered
speakers to
3’
(or 2’)
……………….
may be reduced
according to the
number of registered
speakers to
2’
3’ (for the first reply)
2’ (for the second
reply)
3’ (for the first reply)
2’ (for the second
reply)
Interactive dialogues for
country and other mandates
(when individual)
Interactive dialogues for
thematic mandates
(when clustered)
……………………..
NEW: maximum duration
of each clustered interactive
dialogue is 4 hours
(a special arrangement for
HRC27 on a trial basis,
see next page for details)
Right of reply
3’ per NHRI / NGO
N/A
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The electronic system in Room XX will be used for all interactive dialogues and panel discussions.
Delegates representing States, United Nations agencies and international and regional organizations can
inscribe on the list of speakers by pressing the microphone button at their desk at the beginning of each
dialogue, when the timer is displayed on the screen. For States Members of the Council, only the
microphone with the red sticker can be used to inscribe on the list. This does not apply to NGOs and
NHRIs (see below).
-
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 30 minutes before the official opening of the session.
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The right of reply is limited to two replies and is exercised either at the end of the day or at the end of
the consideration of a relevant agenda item concerned.
* National human rights institutions (NHRIs) with “A” status accreditation wishing to make an oral statement should
approach the NGO/NHRI List of speakers desk in Room XX before the delivery of the statement.
** Accredited non-governmental organizations (NGOs) wishing to make an oral statement should submit a request using the
online registration system for oral statements available on the Council website at
http://www.ohchr.org/EN/HRBodies/HRC/Pages/NgoParticipation.aspx
NGO delegations must confirm in person their request and the name of the speaker who will deliver the statement at the
NGO/NHRI List of speakers desk in Room XX 24 hours preceding the relevant meeting.
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Speaking time arrangements for a clustered interactive dialogue (“ID”)
with special procedures mandate holders
1. The following arrangements will be made for the 27th session on a trial basis.
2. The total duration of each clustered ID will not exceed 4 hours.
3. Each special procedures mandate holder in a cluster will introduce his/her reports within 15 minutes
and respond to questions and make concluding remarks within 15 minutes. The total amount of time
for two mandate holders is: 1 hour
4. Countries concerned will be given 5 minutes each as in the past. In case there are 6 countries
concerned, the total amount of time is: 30 minutes
5. The total amount of time for NGOs remains unchanged: 30 minutes
6. As soon as the list of speakers is available following the electronic registration, the secretariat will
calculate the estimated time needed to complete the clustered ID with the mandate holders.
7. Should the total duration of a given ID be estimated to last less than 4 hours, the speaking time limits
will remain 5 minutes for Members (and groups) and 3 minutes for Observers. However, if it is
estimated to be more than 4 hours, the speaking time limits will be reduced to 3 minutes for
Members (and groups) and 2 minutes for Observers. Should this measure be deemed insufficient
to ensure that the total duration not exceed 4 hours, the speaking time limit will be further reduced to
2 minutes for Members (and groups) and 2 minutes for Observers or the total time may be
divided equally among all with a minimum of 1.5 minute per speaker.
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