First session of the open-ended intergovernmental working group on a draft United Nations declaration on the right to peace (18-21 February 2013)
The first session of the open-ended working group took place from 18 to 21 February 2013 in room XVIII, Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland.
The working group is open-ended. This means that all United Nations Member and Observer States, intergovernmental organizations, non-governmental organizations with ECOSOC consultative status, and other relevant stakeholders may attend public meetings of the working group.
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- 10th session of the Advisory Committee of the Human Rights Council (18-22 February 2013)
- 1st session of the Working Group on Right to Peace (18- 21 February 2013)
- 22nd session of the Human Rights Council (25 February - 22 March 2013)
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- Report of the Human Rights Council Advisory Committee on the right of peoples to peace (A/HRC/20/31)
A/HRC/WG.13/1/2 Report of the open-ended inter-governmental working group on a draft United Nations declaration on the right to peace
Statements made during the first session of the open-ended inter-governmental working group on a draft United Nations declaration on the right to peace
18 February 2013
19 February 2013:
20 February 2013:
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