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WHO - 69th World Health Assembly (23-28 May 2016) - Agenda item11.3: FENSA

WHO - 69th World Health Assembly (23-28 May 2016) - Agenda item 12.6: Public health dimension of the world drug problem

La nouvelle de la libération des journalistes Salud Hernandez-Mora, Diego D'Pablos et Carlos Melo, dont j'avais parlé voici quelques jours à Bogota, est un grand soulagement.

J'espère que cette mesure positive sera suivie d'autres gestes de nature à restaurer la confiance et à ouvrir la voie au lancement de pourparlers officiels de paix entre le gouvernement colombien et l'ELN, en parallèle avec les négociations de la Havane entre le gouvernement et les FARC.

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The news of the release of the journalists Salud Hernandez-Mora, Diego D'Pablos and Carlos Melo, that I discussed just a few days ago in Bogota, is a great relief.

I hope this positive step will be accompanied by other confidence-building gestures, that could pave the way to the opening of formal peace negotiations between the Government of Colombia and the ELN, thus paralleling the ongoing Havana negotiations between the Government and the FARC.

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Research and capacity building project of the Faculty of Law of the University of the West Indies, St Augustine designed to enhance and improve Trinidad and Tobago's human rights practices and policies to internationally accepted standards.

Project to strengthen the capability of CFATF members and Financial Intelligence Units in financial investigative and financial intelligence techniques to assist in the fight against crime

Project to strengthen the technical and human capacity of the CARICOM region to prevent, detect and minimize the opportunity for illegal activity at the borders and on land and to enable higher conviction rates. The programme is aimed at countering threats to the Region by increasing trans-border intelligence and information sharing and strengthening CARICOM borders.

Funding to support the Government of Trinidad and Tobago to pursue a low-carbon development path through the implementation of the National Environment Policy, the Forest Policy, the Protected Areas Policy and the National Climate Change Policy. In doing so, the Programme will support the Government to improve environmental governance

Project to improve the contribution of the small scale fisheries sector to food security in the Caribbean through building the capacity of regional and national fisher folk organisation networks to participate in governance.

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