STATEMENTS HADE DURING THE ADOPTION OF THE REPORT 719-736 139 V. The Commission on Human Rights, at its forty-fourth session, decided in resolution 1988/75.At that meeting, there had been an exchange of experience and the solutions adopted by the E/CN.4/1989/48 page 7 various countries represented were described.Topics provide a way to find more content about a subject and do targeted searching on JSTOR.These new topics are drawn from a thesaurus curated from 21 source vocabularies, and are automatically matched with a brief description from Wikipedia. GE.8 9-11238/0305B E/CN.4/l989/48 page 2 CONTENTS (continued) Paragraphs page 6. Article 5 (implementation by States of rights recognised) 170-177 30 9. Article 6 bis (Family reunification/contact with parents) 206-223 37 12. Article 18 sixto (physical and psychological recovery and social re-integration) .. Noting that the same concerns had been expressed at previous sessions of the Working Group, he expressed the hope that the current session would see reflected in the draft convention the cultural diversity of the various nations and that universality which was so much desired. The representative of Senegal also drew the attention of the Working Group to the results of the West African seminar on the draft convention, held in Senegal in November 1983. Article l bis (Right to life, child's survival and development) 86- 91 17 5. 92-116 18 * Parenthetical references to the subject of each article are for ease of reference only: such references are not part of the text as adopted. Article 6 (Parental care/non-separation from parents) 186-207 32 11. Article 18 quinto (protection from all other forms of exploitation) 523-525 92 39. The concerns and needs -including cultural needs - of all countries, but particularly of the developing countries, to express their aspirations and to make their contributions to the draft convention should be taken into account.
In his view, the present compromise wording of this paragraph did not exclude the protection of the child before birth, nor did it contradict a wider interpretation of the text or the application of other more comprehensive provisions, as laid down in article 21 of the draft convention, In the course of the debate, a reference was also made to article 1 bis of the draft which provided for measures to ensure the survival and development of the child, 38. PROPOSALS DISCOSSED, BUT NOT ADOPTED BY THE WORKING GROUP , . During the sessions, 16 informal drafting groups were established with regard to different articles of the draft convention these drafting groups met prior to and after the plenary meeting of the working Croup. The text of the draft convention as adopted by the Working Group at the second reading is contained in document E/CN,4/1989/29. At the first meeting of the Working Group on 28 November 1988. Adam Lopatka (Poland) was elected Chairman-Rapporteur by acclamation and Mr. The Council authorised that meeting in its resolution 1988/40 of . The working group held 23 meetings from 28 November to 9 December 1988 and on 21. Two fully serviced meetings of the Working Group were held on Saturday 3 December 1988 thanks to the financial support of UNICEF. Article 12 ter (Periodic review of placed children) 434-435 74 28. Article 18 quater (Prevention of abduction, sale or traffic in children) 520-522 92 page 3 CONTENTS (continued) Paragraphs page 38. Article 19 bis (Torture/capital punishment) 564-599 104 42. The Chairman in his opening statement made, inter _alia, a general reference to the substance of the documents at the disposal of the Working Group for its consideration during the session. in the general debate, the representative of Senegal stated that, during the second reading of the draft convention which was about to begin, account should be taken of the concerns of the developing countries to ensure that the draft convention reflected the desired universality.
Article 18 bis (Protection from narcotic and psychotropic substances) ......... Article 18 ter (Protection from sexual exploitation) 517-519 91 37. Article 22 (Establishment of the Committee) 640-656 119 46. The session was opened by the under-Secretary-General for Human Rights who underlined the importance of the task assigned to the Wording Group and reaffirmed his and the Secretariat's full support for those efforts.(e) Statements after the adoption of the convention 20. Be consequently proposed the following new titles "A draft convention on the protection of the child". Several representatives (Netherlands, Norway and Argentina) indicated their preference for retaining the title as it stood since the proposed new wording for the title was, in their view, too restrictive, 27. 'the child, by reason of his physical and mental immaturity, needs special safeguards and care, including appropriate legal protection, before as well as after birth', . At a later stage, the representative of the Philippines stated that the co-sponsors of this amendment would have no difficulty if the Working Group prefer the text submitted by the Federal Republic of Germany. In a prolonged discussion that followed, a number of delegations, including Italy, Venezuela, Senegal, Kuwait, Argentina, Austria, Colombis, Egypt and one non-governmental organization supported the idea of retaining the concept of the 1959 Declaration on the Rights of the Child in the text of E/CN.4/1989/48 page 10 the draft convention, as proposed in both amendments.