UN Documents for Justice, Rule of Law and Impunity: General Assembly Documents

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26 July 2010 A/64/881 This was the ICJ Advisory opinion on the accordance with international law of the unilateral declaration of independence of Kosovo.
29 October 2009 A/64/PV.30 This was the meeting record from the 2009 presentation of the ICJ’s report to the General Assembly.
17 August 2009 A/64/298 This was the Secretary-General’s annual report on strengthening and coordinating UN rule of law activities
1 August 2009 A/64/4 This was the report of the International Court of Justice, 1 August 2008 - 31 July 2009.
11 December 2008 A/RES/63/128 This was the decision to hold a high-level thematic debate on the rule of law.
30 October 2008 A/63/PV.34 This was the meeting record from the 2008 presentation of the ICJ’s report to the General Assembly.
8 October 2008 A/RES/63/3 This resolution referred Kosovo's declaration of independence to the ICJ for an advisory opinion.
4 December 2006 A/RES/61/39 This resolution decided to include the topic “The rule of law at the national and international levels” on the provisional agenda of the General Assembly.
8 December 2003 A/RES/ES-10/14 This was a General Assembly resolution on the item "Illegal Israeli actions in Occupied East Jerusalem and the rest of the Occupied Palestinian Territory".
1 June 2001 A/55/977 This was the “comprehensive review” of the Secretary- General on the implementation of the “Brahimi Report”, including further steps to strengthen the rule of law and human rights institutions in country-specific situations.
8 September 2000 A/RES/55/2 This was the UN millennium declaration.
17 July 1998 A/CONF.183/9 The Romes Statute of the International Criminal Court.
18 February 1994 A/RES/48/132 This resolution recognised that the rule of law is essential to protecting human rights.
20 December 1993 A/RES/48/137 This resolution was on human rights in the administration of justice.
24 October 1970 A/RES/2625 (XXV) This was the Declaration on Principles of International Law concerning Friendly Relations and Co-operation among States in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations.