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Question of the violation of human rights and fundamental freedoms in any part of the world, with particular reference to colonial and other dependent countries and territories Assistance to the Central African Republic

Publisher UN Commission on Human Rights
Publication Date 9 March 1981
Citation / Document Symbol E/CN.4/RES/15(XXXVII)
Reference THIRTY-SEVENTH SESSION, 1981
Cite as UN Commission on Human Rights, Question of the violation of human rights and fundamental freedoms in any part of the world, with particular reference to colonial and other dependent countries and territories Assistance to the Central African Republic , 9 March 1981, E/CN.4/RES/15(XXXVII), available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/3b00f0bc66.html [accessed 2 August 2014]

15 (XXXVII). Question of the violation of human rights and fundamental freedoms in any part of the world, with particular reference to colonial and other dependent countries and territories
Assistance to the Central African Republic[1]38

The Commission on Human Rights,

Recalling General Assembly resolution 35/87 of 5 December 1980 on assistance for the reconstruction, rehabilitation and development of the Central African Republic,

Considering the development measures to be studied by the United Nations agencies concerned in order to give effect to General Assembly resolution 35/87 , and the need to take due account of human rights in the adoption and application of those measures,

Noting with satisfaction that human rights and fundamental freedoms have been restored in the Central African Republic in spite of that country's economic and financial difficulties,

Noting with satisfaction the interest displayed by the Government of the Central African Republic in co-operation by the United Nations to ensure the effective exercise of fundamental rights by citizens,

Welcoming with satisfaction the efforts exerted by the Government and people of the Central African Republic for reconstruction, rehabilitation and development,

1. Requests the Secretary-General to provide advisory services and other forms of appropriate assistance to help the Government of the Central African Republic to continue to guarantee the exercise of human rights and fundamental freedoms in that country;

2. Invites all States, specialized agencies and other United Nations organs, and also humanitarian and non-governmental organizations, to provide co-operation and assistance to the Central African Republic in the human rights field as well as in other fields;

3. Recommends the following draft decision for adoption by the Economic and Social Council:

[For the text see chap. I, sect. B, draft decision 5]



[1]38 Adopted at the 1631st meeting on 9 March 1981, without a vote. See chap. XI.

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