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HURC-AGMT UN 118528 · Document · 1973.03.23
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An Agreement between the United Nations and the Government of Austria relating to the Seminar on Human Rights and scientific and technological developments to be held in Vienna from 19 June to 1 July 1972 was signed at United Nations Headquarters today.
Mr. Wolfgang Wolte, Acting Permanent Representative of Austria to the United Nations, signing the Agreement. Looking on, from left: Mr. Nikifor Levchenko, Chief of the Advisory Services and Special Assignements, UN Division of Human Rights; Mr. Marc Schreiber, Director of the UN Division of Human Rights; Mr. C. A. Stavropoulos, UN Legal Counsel; and Mr. P. Gilblain, Acting Chief of the Treaty Section.

HURC-SPC-OCC* UN 132396 · Document · 1976.09.17
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Chairman of the Special Committee to investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Population of the Occupied Territories, Ambassador H. S. Amerasinghe (Sri-Lanka), today presented to Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim the Committee's report.
The three-nation Committee composed of Sri Lanka, Senegal and Yugoslavia was established in 1968 by General Assembly resolution 2443 (XXIII). The other two members of the Committee are Chief Justice Keba Mbaye, First President of Supreme Court of Senegal, and Borut Bohte, Professor in the Faculty of Law of Ljubljana University, Yugoslavia.
Ambassador H.S. Amerasinghe (left), Permanent Representative of Sri Lanka to the UN, presenting the Committee's report to Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim. Looking on are Professor Borut Bohte (left) and Mr. John P. Pace, Human Rights Officer of the UN.

HURC-SPC-OCC* UN 132397 · Document · 1976.09.17
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Chairman of the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Population of the Occupied Territories, Ambassador H.S. Amerasinghe (Sri-Lanka), today presented to Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim the Committee's report.
The three-nations Committee composed of Sri Lanka, Senegal and Yugoslavia was established in 1968 by General Assembly resolution 2443 (XXIII). The other two members of the Committee are Chief Justice Keba Mbaye, First President of Supreme Court of Senegal, and Borut Bohte, Professor in the Faculty of Law of Ljubljana University, Yugoslavia.
After presenting the Committee's report, Ambassador H. S. Amerasinghe (left), Permanent representative of Sri Lanka to the UN, discussing some points with Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim.

HURC-CMM UN 175045 · Document · 1989.10.13
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At the podium of the commemorative session marking the 125th anniversary of the Geneva Convention are (from left): Secretary-General Javier Perez de Cuellar, René Felber, Chairman of the session and Foreign Minister of Switzerland, and Switzerland's Permanent Observer to the United Nations, Dieter Chenaux-Repond.

HURC-COMU UN 59900 · Document · 1959.01.13
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The seven-number Committee on Communications, appointed last year by the UN Human Rights Commission, met for the first time yesterday to begin its study of procedures for dealing with communications alleging violations of human rights. The Committee is composed of the representatives of Argentina, India, Israel, Italy, Lebanon, the Philippines and the Ukraine.
Here, shortly before today's meeting got under way, Mr George Hakim (Lebanon), at right, is seen exchanging views with Mr. Ivan Gurievitch Neklessa (Ukrainian SSR).