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WCAR Declaration and Programme of Action

UNITED NATIONS A, General Assembly Distr., GENERAL, A/ CONF. 189/…… 24 September 2001, Original: ENGLISH, WORLD CONFERENCE AGAINST RACISM, RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, XENOPHOBIA AND RELATED INTOLERANCE Durban, 31 August-8 September 2001, Adopted on 8 September 2001 in Durban, South Africa (Final Version Released on December 31, 2002)
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  1. Preamble
  2. General issues (para. 1 through 12)
    1. Declaration
  3. Sources, Causes, Forms and Contemporary Manifestations
    1. Declaration (para 13 through 30)
    2. Programme of Action (para 1 through 2) 
  4. Victims
    1. Declaration (para 31 through 75)
    2. Programme of Action (para 3 through 58)
      1. Victims: General (para 3 )
      2. Africans and people of African descent (para 4 through 14)
      3. Indigenous peoples (para 15 through 23 )
      4. Migrants (para 24 through 33)
      5. Refugees (para 34 through 36)
      6. Other victims (para 37 through 57)
  5. Measures of prevention, education and protection
    1. Declaration (para 76 through 97)
    2. Programme of Action (para 58 through 156)
      1. General (para 58 through 65
      2. National level (para 66 through 147)
        1. Legislative, judicial, regulatory, administrative and other measures (para 66 through 74)
        2. Ratification of and effective implementation of relevant international and regional legal instruments (para 75 through 83)
        3. Prosecution of perpetrators of racist acts (para 84 through 89)
        4. Establishment and reinforcement of independent specialized national institutions and mediation (para 90 through 91 )
        5. Policies and practices
          1. Data collection and disaggregation, research and study (para 92 through 98)
          2. Action-oriented policies and action plans, including affirmative action to ensure non-discrimination, in particular as regards access to social services, employment, housing, education, health care, etc. (para 99 through 102)
            1. Employment (para 103 through 108)
            2. Health, environment (para 109 through 111)
          3. Equal participation in political, economic, social and cultural decision-making (para 112 through 114 )
            1. Role of politicians and political parties (para 115 through 116)
          4. Education and awareness-raising measures (para 117 through 120)
            1. Access to education without discrimination (para 121 through 124)
            2. Human rights education (para 125 through 128 )
              1. for children and youth (para 129 through132)
              2. for public officials and professionals (para 133 through 139)
          5. Information, communication and the media, including new technologies (para 140 through 147)
      3. International level (para 148 through 156)
  6. Provision of effective remedies, recourse, redress, and compensatory and other 
    1. Declaration (para 98 through 106)
    2. Programme of Action (para 157 through 166)
      1. General (para 157 through 159)
      2. Legal assistance (para 160 through 162)
      3. National legislation and programmes (para 163 through 164)
      4. Remedies, reparations, compensation (para 165 through 166)
  7. Strategies to achieve full and effective equality
    1. Declaration (para 107 through 122)
    2. Programme of Action (para 167 through 219)
      1. General (para 167 through 176)
      2. International legal framework (para 177 through 178)
      3. General international instruments (para 179 through 180)
      4. Regional/international cooperation (para 181 through 192)
      5. Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (para 193 through 199)
      6. Decades (para 200 through 202)
      7. Indigenous peoples (para 203 through 209 )
      8. Civil society (para 210 through 212 )
      9. Non-governmental organizations (para 213 through 214)
      10. The private sector (para 215)
      11. Youth (para 216 through 219)
 
 
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