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II.5 2005 World Summit Outcome United Nations World Summit, 16 September 2005

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This chapter deals with the outcome of United Nations World Summit. It provides views about States ensuring that any measures taken to combat terrorism comply with their obligations under international law, in particular human rights law, refugee law and international humanitarian law. The chapter covers about actively protecting and promoting all human rights, the rule of law and democracy and recognize that they are interlinked and mutually reinforcing and that they belong to the universal and indivisible core values and principles of the United Nations, and call upon all parts of the United Nations to promote human rights and fundamental freedoms in accordance with their mandates. It also briefs on issues like Security Council reform, peacekeeping and new commitments on development.

Keywords: human rights law; international humanitarian law; international law; peacekeeping; refugee law; security council; terrorism; United Nations World Summit



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