Human Rights Council Order of the Day Thirteenth session

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Human Rights Council
Thirteenth session
Geneva, 1-26 March 2010
Order of the Day*
Plenary Meetings – Room XX
Tuesday, 9 March 2010
MORNING
10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
14th meeting
Item 3
Promotion and protection of all human rights, civil, political, economic,
social and cultural rights, including the rights to development (cont’d)
Continuation of the clustered Interactive Dialogue with:
The Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances
A/HRC/13/31**, A/HRC/13/31/Corr.1**, A/HRC/13/31/Add.1**,
A/HRC/13/NI/3, A/HRC/13/NGO/44**, A/HRC/13/NGO/52**,
A/HRC/13/NGO/91**
The Working Group on Arbitrary Detention
A/HRC/13/30**, A/HRC/13/30/Add.1**, A/HRC/13/30/Add.2**,
A/HRC/13/30/Add.3**, A/HRC/13/NI/9**, A/HRC/13/NGO/28**,
A/HRC/13/NGO/29**, A/HRC/13/NGO/50**, A/HRC/13/NGO/86**
The Representative of the Secretary General on the human rights of Internally
Displaced Persons
A/HRC/13/21**, A/HRC/13/21/Add.1**, A/HRC/13/21/Add.2**,
A/HRC/13/21/Add.3**, A/HRC/13/21/Add.4**, A/HRC/13/21/Add.5**,
A/HRC/13/NGO/71**, A/HRC/13/NGO/119**, A/HRC/13/NGO/120**
[Modalities for participation in clustered interactive dialogue with three special procedure
mandate holders: Introductory statement by each mandate holder. States members of the Council,
observer States and other observers are requested to raise their nameplates and the list is noted by
the podium. NHRIs and NGOs are requested to inscribe with the speakers list held by the
Secretariat in the room. Speaking time is 5 minutes for States members of the Council, and 3
minutes for observer States and other observers, including NHRIs and NGOs. Total time for
NGOs 30 minutes.]
*
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 ([email protected]).
** All these documents were already distributed
A/HRC/13/OD/7
GE.10-11534
Order of the Day, 9 March 2010
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AFTERNOON
3 p.m.-6 p.m.
15th meeting
Item 3
Promotion and protection of all human rights, civil, political, economic,
social and cultural rights, including the rights to development (cont’d)
Panel discussion on the Right to the Truth
Panelists:
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Mr. Olivier de Frouville, Member of the Working Group on
Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances
Mr. Rodolfo Mattarollo, International Law Advisor, Ministry of
Justice, Security and Human Rights of Argentina
Ms. Yasmin Sooka, Executive Director of the Foundation for
Human Rights in South Africa
Mr. Dermot Groome, Senior Trial Attorney, International
Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
[Modalities for participation in the Panel: The Panel discussion will be divided in 2
slots of 60 minutes each (45 minutes for questions and 15 minutes for answers). States
members of the Council, observer States and other observers are requested to raise their
nameplates and the list is noted by the podium. NHRIs and NGOs are requested to
inscribe with the speakers list held by the Secretariat in the room. Speaking time is 3
minutes for States members of the Council, and 2 minutes for observer States and other
observers, including NHRIs and NGOs. Concept note including modalities posted on
HRC Extranet page on 13th Council session].
Other information:
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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.
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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.
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The deadline for submission of draft resolutions/decisions is Thursday, 18 March 2010 at 6pm.
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Delegations wishing to reserve rooms should contact Ms. Anne-Marie Matovu (email: [email protected], tel. 77382, office
E-3060) no later than 12 noon of the day before the meeting.
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Programme of work found in annex.
Order of the Day, 9 March 2010
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PROGRAMME OF WORK FOR THE 13TH SESSION OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL (1 - 26 MARCH 2010)
- Version 04.03.10 WEEK 1
1 March
M 10.00
–
O 13.00
High-level segment (HLS)
starts 9.30 am, ends 13.30
WEEK 2
8 March
Item 3 (cont’d)
Clustered ID with:
. SR countering terrorism
. SR torture
N
D
13.00
–
15.00
A
Y
15.00
–
18.00
T
U
E
S
D
10.00
–
13.00
Break
HLS (cont’d)
--High-level Panel on economic and
financial crises (res.12/28)
16.00-18.30
Break
Item 3 (cont’d)
Clustered ID (cont’d)
. WG disappearances
. WG detention
. R-SG on IDPs
2 March
9 March
HLS (cont’d)
--High-level discussion on UN
Declaration on HRET (dec.12/118)
11.30-13.30
Item 3 (cont’d)
WEEK 3
15 March
Item 4
Individual ID with:
. SR DPRK
. SR Myanmar
HC reports
General debate
Break
Item 4 (cont’d)
General debate (cont’d)
Item 7 (cont’d)
General debate
16 March
Item 3 (cont’d)- starts 9am
. IE minorities – ID
Item 5. HRC Advisory Committee
. Forum on minorities issues
23 March
D
S
D
A
Y
Break
Break
15.00
–
18.00
HLS
ends 18.30
Panel discussion on the right to the
truth (res. 9/11)
Item 5 (cont’d)
General debate (cont’d)
Item 9 (cont’d)
General debate (cont’d)
3 March
10 March
17 March
24 March
Item 10 – starts 9 am
Individual ID with:
. IE Somalia
. SR joint report DRC res.10/33
HC reports (item 2)
General debate
Item 5 (cont’d)
Complaint Procedure
[Closed meeting]
10.00
–
13.00
HLS (cont’d)
ends at 13.30
Annual full-day meeting on the rights
of the child (res. 10/14)
Item 6
Consideration of UPR-reports
. Eritrea
. Cyprus
. Dominican Republic
13.00
–
15.00
Break
Break
Break
15.00
–
18.00
HLS
General Segment
ends at 18.30
4 March
Item 1
T
H
U
R
S
10.00
–
13.00
13.00
–
15.00
D
A
Y
F
R
I
D
A
Y
Item 9
. WG African descent – ID
. IGW Durban
. Ad Hoc Com on compl. Standards
General debate
Item 5 (cont’d)
. Social Forum
General debate
N
E
Item 7 (cont’d) –starts at 9 a.m.
Item 8
General debate
13.00
–
15.00
W
E
Item 7
Follow-up to special sessions
(res. S-12/1 & S-9/1)
HC reports
Break
A
Y
WEEK 4
22 March
15.00
–
18.00
Item 2
HC annual report, followed by
Interactive Dialogue with HC
Break
Item 2 (cont’d)
ID-HC (cont’d)
Item 2 (cont’d)
HC/SG thematic reports followed by
General debate
5 March
10.00
–
13.00
Item 2 (cont’d) – starts 9 am
HC/SG thematic reports
followed by General debate
13.00
–
15.00
Item 3 (cont’d)
Clustered ID with:
. SR Right to Food
. SR on adequate housing
15.00
–
18.00
Item 3 (cont’d) – ends at 18.15
Annual interactive debate on the
rights of persons with disabilities
(res.10/7)
Annual full-day meeting on the rights
of the child (res. 10/14)
(cont’d)
11 March
Item 6 (cont’d)
Consideration of UPR-reports
.Cambodia
. Norway
. Albania
18 March
Item 1
. Appointment SP mandate holders
. HRC Advisory Committee elections
Decisions and conclusions
25 March
Item 3 (cont’d)
Clustered ID with:
. SR HR defenders
. SR freedom of religion and belief
Item 6 (cont’d)
Consideration of UPR-reports
. Democratic Republic of the Congo
. Côte d’Ivoire
. Portugal
Decisions and conclusions
(cont’d)
Break
Break
Break
Item 3 (cont’d)
. SRSG violence children - ID
. Report WG- OP CRC
12 March
Item 3 (cont’d)
General debate
Item 6 (cont’d)
Consideration of UPR-reports
. Bhutan
. Dominica
. Democratic People’s Republic of Korea
19 March
Item 6 (cont’d)
Consideration of UPR-reports
. Brunei Darussalam
. Costa Rica
. Equatorial Guinea
Decisions and conclusions
(cont’d)
26 March
Decisions and conclusions
(cont’d)
Break
Break
Break
Item 5
Complaint Procedure
[Closed meeting]
Item 6 (cont’d)
Consideration of UPR-reports
Ethiopia
General debate
Decisions and conclusions
(cont’d)
Report of the session
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