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7/8. Mandate of the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights defenders

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7/8. Mandate of the Special Rapporteur on the situation of
human rights defenders


12. Under the terms of paragraphs 2, 2 (g) and 5 of its resolution 7/8, the Council:

(a) Decided to extend the special procedure on the situation of human rights defenders as a Special Rapporteur for a period of three years;

(b) Requested the Special Rapporteur to report regularly to the Council and the General Assembly;

(c) Requested the Secretary-General and the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights to provide all the necessary assistance to the Special Rapporteur for the effective fulfilment of his/her mandate.

13. Pursuant to the adoption of the resolution by the Council, a total amount of $60,300 per annum or $120,600 per biennium will be required to implement the activities, arising from the terms of the resolution as follows:

(a) Travel of the Special Rapporteur to attend the annual meeting of special procedures, to present a report to the Council, to present the report to the General Assembly as well as for two field missions per year ($44,300 per annum);

(b) Travel of staff to accompany the Special Rapporteur during field missions ($8,800 per annum);

(c) Local transportation, security, communication and other miscellaneous expenses during field missions ($7,200 per annum).

14. The requirements to implement the activities for the mandate of the Special Rapporteur have been included under section 23, Human Rights, of the programme budget for the biennium 2008-2009. Since the period for renewal of the mandate extends into the biennium 2010-2011, the requirements for that period will be considered in the context of the preparation of the proposed programme budget for the biennium 2010-2011. No additional appropriations will be required as a result of the adoption of the resolution.

15. With regard to paragraph 5, attention is drawn to the provisions of section VI of General Assembly resolution 45/248 B, and subsequent resolutions, the most recent of which is resolution 62/236, in which the Assembly reaffirmed that the Fifth Committee was the appropriate Main Committee of the Assembly entrusted with responsibilities for administrative and budgetary matters and reaffirmed the role of the Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions.


7/9. Human rights of persons with disabilities


16. Under the terms of paragraph 18 of its resolution 7/9, the Council will invite the Special Rapporteur on disability of the Commission for Social Development to continue cooperating with the Council and to address it on activities undertaken pursuant to his/her mandate, in accordance with the Council’s programme of work.

17. Pursuant to the adoption of the resolution by the Council, an additional amount of $6,000 per year will be required for travel of the Special Rapporteur to address the Council, as called for in paragraph 18.

18. No provisions have been made under section 23, Human Rights, of the programme budget for the biennium 2008-2009, to cover the travel of the Special Rapporteur. The requirements are however proposed to be covered from within available resources. No additional appropriations will be required as a result of the adoption of the resolution.

7/11. The role of good governance in the promotion and protection
of human rights


19. Under the terms of paragraph 3 of its resolution 7/11, the Council requested the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) to prepare a publication on anti-corruption, good governance and human rights, drawing on the results of the Warsaw conference.

20. Pursuant to the adoption of the resolution by the Council, a total amount of $123,200 will be required to provide for translation ($5,000), design and layout ($8,000) and printing of the publication ($90,000).

21. It is anticipated that the above activity would be a joint activity, with the majority of costs for drafting and production of the publication to be funded by an outside institution. The contribution of OHCHR to this activity will be funded from extrabudgetary resources, and thus no additional appropriation will be required in respect of the activity under the regular budget for section 23, Human Rights, for the biennium 2008-2009.

7/12. Enforced or involuntary disappearances


22. Under the terms of paragraphs 2, 2 (j), 10 (a) and 10 (b) of its resolution 7/12, the
Council:

(a) Decided to extend the mandate of the Working Group for a further period of three years;

(b) Requested the Working Group to present a regular report on the implementation of its mandate to the Council, in accordance with its annual programme of work;

(c) Requested the Secretary-General to continue to ensure that the Working Group received all the assistance and resources it required to perform its functions, including supporting the principles of the Declaration, carrying out and following up on missions and holding sessions in countries that were prepared to receive it;

(d) Also requested the Secretary-General to provide the resources needed to update the database on cases of enforced disappearances.

23. Pursuant to the adoption of the resolution by the Council, a total amount of $264,500 per annum or $529,000 per biennium will be required to implement the activities, arising from the terms of the resolution as follows:

(a) Travel of the Working Group for meetings in Geneva and for two field missions ($191,400 per annum);

(b) Travel of the Chairman of the Working Group to present a report to the Council and participate in the annual meeting of special procedures ($17,300 per annum);

(c) Travel of staff to accompany the Working Group during field missions ($24,600 per annum);

(d) Local transportation, security, communication and other miscellaneous expenses during field missions ($7,200 per annum);

(e) Staff costs at the general service (other level) for three months to update the database on cases of enforced disappearances ($24,000 per annum).

24. The requirements to implement the activities for the mandate of the Working Group have been included under section 23, Human Rights, of the programme budget for the biennium 2008-2009. Since the period for renewal of the mandate extends into the biennium 2010-2011, the requirements for that period will be considered in the context of the preparation of the proposed programme budget for the biennium 2010-2011. No additional appropriations will be required as a result of the adoption of the resolution.

25. With regard to paragraph 10 (a), attention is drawn to the provisions of section VI of General Assembly resolution 45/248 B, and subsequent resolutions, the most recent of which is resolution 62/236, in which the Assembly reaffirmed that the Fifth Committee was the appropriate Main Committee of the Assembly entrusted with responsibilities for administrative and budgetary matters and reaffirmed the role of the Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions.



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