General Assembly: Committees

Published 10/16/2014 // 

Deputy Permanent Representative H.E. May-Elin Stener delivered a statement on agenda item 64: Rights of the child, of the UN General Assembly Third Committee, on 16 October, 2014.

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Published 10/15/2014 // 

Statement by Adviser, Ms. Maria Bergram Aas at Sixth Committee Agenda item 83: Universal jurisdiction, on 15 October 2014

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Published 10/15/2014 // 

Statement on Agenda item 19: Sustainable development, Second Committee of the UN General Assembly. Delivered by H.E. Ambassador May-Elin Stener, Deputy Permanent Representative at Norway's Mission to the UN, on 15 October, 2014.

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Published 10/14/2014 // 

Statement held by H.E. Ambassador Geir O. Pedersen on the Advancement of women, Agenda item 27, Third Committee, Sixty-ninth General Assembly Session, 14 October 2014.

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Published 10/9/2014 // 

Statement by H.E. Ambassador May-Elin Stener, Deputy Permanent Representative, held in the First Comittee's general debate on all disarmament and international security agenda items.

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Published 10/8/2014 // 

Mr. Adrian Lorentsson, Youth Delegate and Observer from The Norwegian Association of Youth Mental Health, delivered a statement on Social Development, which is the Third Committees Agenda Item 27, on 8 October, 2014.

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Published 10/8/2014 // 

First Secretary Ms. Iselin Hebbert Larsen held Norway's statement on Social Development - Agenda Item 27 in the Third Committees, 8 October, 2014.

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Published 10/7/2014 // 

Norway's statement at the Second Committee's meeting on "Inequality and Development" was delivered by Ambassador Geir O. Pedersen on 7 October, 2014.

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Published 11/21/2013 // 

This statement was held by Minister Counsellor Ms. Hilde Klemetsdal when the General Assembly adopted the resolution on internally displaced persons.

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Published 11/21/2013 // 

Today Ambassador Geir O Pedersen introduced the draft resolution L.64 - Protecting Women Human Rights Defenders. The statement below is from the presentation. The resolution represents a clear call for the women human rights defender’s need of protection; it does not create new rights or privileges. Women human rights defenders throughout the world face grave violations of their fundamental rights. This resolution calls upon Governments to protect these people and to create a safe and enabling environment for them. So far the resolution has been met with great support from the UN member...

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