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转至第116楼第 116 楼 燕十三 2017/10/13 9:31:27  的原帖: 一战与二战后,美国奉行的都是孤立主义政策,闷声发展自己,等世界打个稀巴烂,再出来收拾残局并获得莫大的好处。这次川普的退缩,有点这个意思。只是,美国是否能再次辉煌,只有天知道。
今天的川普美国要发展什么,是要发展和俄罗斯的亲密关系吧!
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转至第67楼第 67 楼 老放 2017/10/13 8:12:49  的原帖:美国退出教科文组织,不遵守不尊重自己参与制定的既定章程,可谓恼羞成怒的拙劣之举。
这样,还有人为其辩护啊。

教科文组织的决议,遵循简单的多数即通过原则。
韩国的铜活字印刷、端午节,中国的南京大屠杀,都作为文化遗产获得通过,都引起相关国家抗议。
转至第74楼第 74 楼 荒旦 2017/10/13 8:20:49  的原帖:70年前制定的章程已经不适用于今天,原来是几个西方国家创始,后来接纳了太多垃圾国家,让他们享有和文明国家一样的权利,必然把一个文化组织政治化。

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转至第81楼第 81 楼 2017/10/13 8:31:25  的原帖:可以修改既定章程。
当年美国是主要起草国之一。今天的现状,与当年起草章程留下的瑕疵有关。
关于南京大屠杀申遗,中国获益。关于铜活字印刷术申遗、端午节申遗,中国受损。
阿拉伯世界申遗,以色列也可以申遗啊。
实际上,阿拉伯世界对圣经名城希伯伦的申遗,就遭到教科文组织秘书处和以色列的抵制。
转至第105楼第 105 楼 袍哥老幺 2017/10/13 9:14:34  的原帖: 别显摆你的无知!韩国申报的是“江陵端午节祭祀文化”,与我朝的端午节的传统文化毫无关联,只是在时间上一致而已!
转至第117楼第 117 楼 2017/10/13 9:31:58  的原帖:你的观点与联合国教科文组织的专家们是一致的。
韩国的铜活字印刷术,与中国四大发明的活字印刷,也有巨大区别。
顺便说,关于印刷术,真正影响整个人类文化的,是德国古登堡的铅活字印刷术。没有铅活字,教育的普及是不可能的。没有教育的普及,就没有现代人类文明。
对不起!我误解了你的意思,只不过你的语句让人容易产生误解,不管怎样,我再次表达我的歉意!
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| 只看此人 | 不看此人 | 2017/10/13 9:47:18    引用回复:
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转至第19楼第 19 楼 海岬听涛 2017/10/12 23:16:12  的原帖: UNESCO已被政治所利用,乱象丛生,美国退出是明智的选择。转至第118楼第 118 楼 麦肯齐少校 2017/10/13 9:34:05  的原帖:还有所谓的国际人权组织也是这样你说的应该是联合国人权理事会。
但你所知,应该出自于简体中文地区的无端煽动。
联合国人权理事会的头头,其影响力目前仅次于联合国秘书长,正式职位叫联合国人权事务高级专员。
现任人权事务高专是约旦人扎伊德。
    http://www.ohchr.org/CH/pages/home.aspx

以下是联合国人权理事会的最新的关于沙特人权的信息。文章末尾处有联系方式,可以索取更多的信息。

    End to Saudi driving ban for women should be just the first step – UN experts

    GENEVA (28 September 2017) – The decision to allow women in Saudi Arabia to drive is a first major step towards women's autonomy and independence, but much remains to be done to deliver gender equality in the Kingdom, UN human rights experts* have said.

    “We warmly welcome this historic development and urge its immediate and effective implementation,” said the experts. “We pay tribute to the Saudi women who have long struggled against this discriminatory and demeaning ban – some at great personal cost, suffering stigmatization and even imprisonment.

    “The Saudi ban on women driving, unique in the world, has placed serious obstacles in the path of women’s enjoyment of economic, social, cultural, political and civil rights.

    “We now encourage the Government to repeal all remaining discriminatory laws. If it is serious about the importance of women’s rights for economic reform, addressing remaining barriers to the human rights of women should be the next step in its ambitious reforms.”

    The UN Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, Philip Alston, who visited the Kingdom earlier this year, had called after his visit for the ban to be lifted, arguing that it was not only a matter of human rights, but good economic policy in a country going through major economic and social transformation.

    “In January, I praised Vision 2030, the country’s change agenda, as an ambitious and deeply transformative plan that could be a catalyst for women’s rights,” said Mr. Alston. “The end of the driving ban is of crucial importance for Vision 2030 because it unlocks the economic potential of women in the Kingdom, especially those women living in poverty.”

    The Chair-Rapporteur of the Working Group on the issue of discrimination against women in law and in practice, Kamala Chandrakirana, said: “The end of the driving ban should now be complemented by similar measures ending other restrictions imposed, inter alia, by the male guardianship system, which effectively treats women as dependent minors as well as other discriminatory legislation violating women’s right to equality.

    “We welcome the ongoing efforts to abolish regulations requiring male guardian approval in accessing public services, but these reforms have not gone far enough to abolish the discriminatory guardianship system in law and in practice and to ensure the substantive equality of women.”

    Mr. Alston, who presented a report on his visit to Saudi Arabia to the Human Rights Council in June, noted that one of the most significant aspects of the royal decree lifting the ban was that it removed a highly restrictive practice held in place by conservative opposition.

    “The same situation applies to other features of the guardianship system. In law, women no longer need permission from their male guardian to work, but many employers take it upon themselves to insist on such authorization and the Government hardly ever intervenes against such illegal discrimination,” he said.

    The experts encouraged the Government to seize this opportunity to demonstrate its commitment to reform by repealing any discriminatory law contrary to its international human rights obligation in order to ensure substantive equality of women in law and in practice.

    ENDS

    (*) The experts: Mr. Philip Alston, Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights;  and the UN Working Group on the issue of discrimination against women in law and in practice: the Current Chair-Rapporteur Kamala Chandrakirana (Indonesia), Eleonora Zielinska (Poland), Alda Facio (Costa Rica), Frances Raday (Israel/United Kingdom), and Emna Aouij (Tunisia).

    The Special Rapporteurs are part of what is known as the Special Procedures of the Human Rights Council. Special Procedures, the largest body of independent experts in the UN Human Rights system, is the general name of the independent fact-finding and monitoring mechanisms of the Human Rights Council that address either specific country situations or thematic issues in all parts of the world. Special Procedures experts work on a voluntary basis; they are not UN staff and do not receive a salary for their work. They are independent from any government or organization and serve in their individual capacity.

    UN Human Rights Country Page: Saudi Arabia

    For more information and media requests please contact Ms. Junko Tadaki (+41 917 9298 / jtadaki@ohchr.org) or write to srextremepoverty@ohchr.org

    OR

    Ms. Hannah Wu (+41 917 9152 / hwu@ohchr.org) or write to wgdiscriminationwomen@ohchr.org)

    For media inquiries related to other UN independent experts:

    Bryan Wilson – Media Unit (+ 41 22 917 9826 / mediaconsultant2@ohchr.org)

    Tag and share - Twitter: @UNHumanRights and Facebook: unitednationshumanrights

    Concerned about the world we live in? Then STAND UP for someone’s rights today. #Standup4humanrights and visit the web page at http://www.standup4humanrights.org/en/
    http://www.ohchr.org/CH/NewsEvents/Pages/DisplayNews.aspx?NewsID=22179&LangID=E

自成立之日起,联合国人权理事会及人权高专,就是最令独裁专制者头疼的角色。
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| 只看此人 | 不看此人 | 2017/10/13 9:51:51    引用回复:
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转至第119楼第 119 楼 leehaohui 2017/10/13 9:36:06  的原帖:联合国的大部分机构狗屁用没有,就是花钱。这是联合国的机构名单
    http://www.un.org/zh/sections/about-un/funds-programmes-specialized-agencies-and-others/index.html
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劳什子的联合国,养了那么多人,也没干几件正事儿,也该寿终正寝了。
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| 只看此人 | 不看此人 | 2017/10/13 9:59:14    引用回复:
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大家猜猜,最能体现猫粪们智商的是什么?  美国人放了个屁,猫粪们齐声说,好香啊。
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支持美国,以色列。
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转至第116楼第 116 楼 燕十三 2017/10/13 9:31:27  的原帖: 一战与二战后,美国奉行的都是孤立主义政策,闷声发展自己,等世界打个稀巴烂,再出来收拾残局并获得莫大的好处。这次川普的退缩,有点这个意思。只是,美国是否能再次辉煌,只有天知道。
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那么,谁又天天骂美国、在贬义上说美国是“世界警察”?
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干脆退出那个人浮于事,成事不足败事有余的狗逼联合国吧
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转至第119楼第 119 楼 leehaohui 2017/10/13 9:36:06  的原帖:联合国的大部分机构狗屁用没有,就是花钱。主持不了正义,维护不了人权的联合国,要有何用?
最好还是解散。
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美国缴最多的会费,却养着一帮无赖。退出是明智的。美国第一必须有实际行动。
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下一步,美國該退出聯合國,另組新國聯!.
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这个组织的管理现在是有点乱。
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