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General Assembly: plenary

| September 28, 2017

Note: A complete summary of today's General Assembly meetings will be made available after their conclusion.

Statements

COURTENAY RATTRAY (Jamaica) said there was a mutually reinforcing relationship between the efforts made to implement the Sustainable Development Goals and …

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General Assembly Debates Breadth of Human Rights Council’s Mandate as Members Consider Its Annual Report

| November 5, 2016

While some delegates spotlighted the link between ensuring fundamental freedoms and achieving sustainable development, several others expressed concern that the Human Rights Council was overstepping its mandate, the General Assembly heard today, as it considered that body’s annual report.

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AU Advisory Body Slams International Criminal Court

| July 18, 2016

by Nick Long July 16, 2016

Ahead of an African Union summit that begins Sunday, a key advisory body of the organization has condemned the International Criminal Court, saying its focus has been limited to Africa since its founding in …

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Written question – EU-SADC relations – E-005436/2016

| July 14, 2016

In early June 2016, the EU and six countries of the Southern African Development Community — Botswana, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa and Swaziland ‐signed an Economic Partnership Agreement. Its main goal is the reciprocal, yet asymmetrical, abolition of trade …

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Opinion – Economic Partnership Agreement between the EU and its Member States, of the one part, and the SADC EPA States, of the other part – PE 580.693v02-00 – Committee on Development

| July 14, 2016
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