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    WORKING PAPER 3.0 (Lithuania + Russian Federation)


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    Post by SPECPOL_Russia on Sun May 18, 2014 4:10 am

    Working Paper 3.0

    Sponsors: Lithuania, Russian Federation,

    Signatories: Nigeria, Cuba, Mexico, Netherlands, Latvia, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Tuvalu, Austria, Laos, Guatemala, Tuvalu, Moldova, Poland, Chad,

    The United Nations General Assembly 4th Committee,

    Deeply concerned with the infringement of United Nations Declaration of Human Rights by the Vigilent Corporation,

    Disturbed by the injustices committed by the Vigilent Corporation upon its workers,

    Alarmed with the growing issue of possible monopolization of growing industries in Ghana,

    Acknowledging the importance of mining industries in Ghana, for the sake of their economic development,

    1. Instructs the Vigilent Corporation to abide by the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights, notably the following clauses:
    a. Everyone has the right to work, to free choice of employment, to just and favorable conditions of work and to protect against unemployment.
    b. Everyone who works has the right to just and favorable remuneration ensuring for himself and his family an existence worthy of human dignity, and supplemented, if necessary, by other means of social protection;

    2. Urges the Vigilent Corporation to abide by Section 24 of the Constitution of Ghana, which provides the rights to work under satisfactory, safe and healthy working conditions;

    3. Implores all nations of the world to cease mineral trade with Vigilent Corporation, if the demands in Clause 1 and Clause 2 are not met, in the hopes of promoting proper human and labor rights;

    4. Encourages all Ghana-based mining countries to continue their growth in the mining industry, provided they abide by the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights, for the reason of preventing a monopolization and diversifying competition;

    5. Further encourages foreign investors to diversify investments, by looking into growing Ghana-based mining companies, with the interests of labour rights at heart, for the same reasons mentioned in Clause 5.

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