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UN Members Create New Human Rights Panel Amid US Opposition

One hundred seventy United Nations member governments voted to create the Human Rights Council,
a major restructuring of the world body opposed by the U.S. on the grounds that abusive governments could still hold seats.

ディエンワロス→The panel will replace a discredited commission based in Geneva
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=10000103&sid=a386omBjHVL4&refer=us

Mr. Doudou Diene

Special Rapporteur of the Commission on Human Rights
Contact us
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
http://www.ohchr.org/english/contact/index.htm

SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON RACISM TO VISIT JAPAN
http://www.unic.or.jp/new/pr05-058-E.htm

行き先など
The Special Rapporteur will travel to Osaka, Kyoto, Tokyo and the island of Hokkaido
to investigate the situation of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related
intolerance in the country, in particular in relation to a number of minority groups,
such as the Buraku, the Korean and Chinese communities and the Ainu indigenous people
from Hokkaido. He will also asses the factors of discrimination in the treatment of migrant
workers, refugees and asylum seekers.


今後の予定
The Special Rapporteur will submit his final report on the visit to Japan to the
sixty-second session of the Commission on Human Rights, in March 2006, and will
include a summary of his findings in his interim report to the General Assembly, to
be presented this fall.
Mr. Diene is the second personality to be appointed by the Commission on Human
Rights to the position of Special Rapporteur on Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia
and Related Intolerance, since the mandate was established in 1993. He was appointed
on 25 April 2002 by Commission resolution 2002/68 and, in April 2005, his appointment
has been renewed by the Commission for a further period of three years, through
resolution 2005/64.


Mr. Diene said the worst discrimination appears to be the problems a Japanese social outcast group, known as "burakumin"

Many countries that have been targeted for criticism by special rapporteurs have chosen to essentially ignore their reports.
http://www.voanews.com/english/2005-07-11-voa9.cfm

国連人権委員会で各国の人種差別調査をしているディエン氏(セネガル出身)は11日、
日本での9日間の調査を終え、都内で記者会見した。
同氏は、日本では被差別部落や在日韓国・朝鮮人などに対し深刻な差別があり、政府は
対応措置を講じる必要があるとの報告書をまとめ、9月に開催される国連総会に提示する
考えを示した。

同氏は、これらの人々が特に、就職時や住宅を探す際に厳しい差別に直面していると指摘。
日本政府が十分な対応をとっておらず、是正が必要との勧告も報告書に盛り込む意向だ。


9月に開催される国連総会に提示する考えを示した。

9月の国連総会では日本の常任理事国入りが審議されることに要注意。
「常任理事国になりたかったら人権擁護法案を成立させろ」という圧力が国連から日本政府にかけられるのは明らか。
これは公明党の圧力どころではない。最大の危機が9月にやってくる。
日本は逆にアメリカと組んでこの9月の国連総会で国連改革の一環として「人権委員会の廃止」を訴えるべきだろう。



日本のNGO関係者から
大阪滞在中に、部落解放同盟住吉支部を訪れたディエンさんは、
部落差別などの門地に基づく差別について、
自身の出身国であるセネガルにも同様の差別があることを報告し、
世界的な広がりのある問題であることを強調した。
つぎに、昨年9月11日の日朝首脳会談以降、
日本の政界やマスコミが朝鮮民主主義人民共和国を批判し続け、
在日コリアン、特に「拉致」事件とは全く無関係な在日の子どもたち、
しかも少女に対する脅迫や暴力が増えている(在日本朝鮮人人権協会、在日韓国人問題研究所)
問題について、ディエンさんは、この状況は非常に深刻であり、
一刻も早くこのような人権侵害を事前に予防するような措置と
実効的な人権救済機関の必要性を繰り返し、今後詳しい状況について調べたいとも話した。
解放新聞第2126号(2003/6/30)
http://www.imadr.org/japan/jc/newsletter/124-129/125.no1.html


Ending the Commission on Human Rights
The U.N. Commission on Human Rights is rightly regarded as epitomizing
the メdictatorsユ debating clubモ esthetic that some ascribe to the whole
organization. Recent members of the Commission include Libya, Sudan,
Zimbabwe, China, and Cubaムall of which are known for their deplorable
records on human rights. Like clockwork, the Commission issues regular
resolutions condemning Israel while overlooking real offendersムsuch as
many of its members.
国連人権委員会の廃止
国連人権委員会は正に「独裁者たちの討論クラブ」の観を呈している。一部
の人々によれば、もはや国連全体が「独裁者たちの討論クラブ」になり果て
ているという。最近国連人権委員会のメンバーとなった国々には、リビア、
スーダン、ジンバブエ、中国、キューバなど、悪名高い人権蹂躙国家がぞろ
ぞろと名を連ねている。国連人権委員会は、まるで時計仕掛けの人形みたい
に、定期的にイスラエルに対する糾弾決議を行っているが、前記の加盟国の
ような、本当の人権蹂躙国家にはお目こぼしを決め込んでいる。
http://www.heritage.org/Research/InternationalOrganizations/wm759.cfm 


Didier Bourguet, a senior U.N. official from France; a colonel from South Africa accused of molesting his teenage male translators;
and estimates of hundreds of underage girls having babies fathered by U.N. soldiers who have been able to simply leave their children and their crimes behind
http://abcnews.go.com/2020/UnitedNations/story?id=489306&page=1

セネガル共和国大使館
Embassy of the Republic of Senegal in Japan
〒153-0042 目黒区青葉台1丁目3-4
電話:03-3464-8451
特命全権大使:ガブリエル・アレクサンドル・サール 閣下
His Excellency Mr. Gabriel Alexandre SAR


AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL
PRESS RELEASE


AI Index: AFR 49/003/2003 (Public Document)
News Service Number: 272
4 December 2003
Embargo: 4 December 200300:01GMT

Senegal: The forgotten rights of Casamance women

"Women in Casamance have paid a particularly heavy price throughout this conflict;
some have been taken hostage, others have been kidnapped, raped or threatened with
rape by the two parties to the conflict," Amnesty International said in a report entitled
Senegal: Casamance women speak out launched at a press conference today in Dakar.

Discrimination in Japan

July 12, 2005
In a way, this article surprised me, but then again, it shouldn't have. It surprised me
in that many foreigners I know who have lived in Korea before going to Japan have
found the latter country much more open to ex-pats and have had a much easier time
adapting to the culture there than in Korea. (Or so they tell me.) Having heard this
previously from more than one person, I found this news a little shocking.

But on the other hand, this shouldn't have been news to me, especially considering
Japan-Korea ties and the homogeneous nature of East Asian countries where racial
and cultural diversity are severely lacking compared to other nations, not to mention
Tokyo Governor Shintaro Ishihara's track record of hostile, racist remarks.
http://asiapages.typepad.com/the_asia_pages/japan/index.html

Corruption at the heart of the United Nations


Aug 9th 2005
From The Economist Global Agenda

UN Oil-for-food chief 'took kickbacks
Corruption at the heart of the United Nations
http://www.economist.com/agenda/displayStory.cfm?story_id=4267109