Solicit opinions on global soft legislation and informal legislation

The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms while countering terrorism is studying the impact of the proliferation of standards-setting initiatives and procedures in soft law instruments and counter-terrorism on global governance. Promote and protect human rights at the global, regional and domestic levels. The results of the study will be useful to the Special Rapporteur’s report, which will be submitted to the General Assembly at its seventy-fourth session.
The global, regional and national governance in the field of counter-terrorism continues to be focused on the priorities and mandates of the Special Rapporteur’s mandate, and the forthcoming report of the Special Rapporteur to the seventy-fourth session of the General Assembly will address more and more urgent aspects of counter-terrorism. – Terrorism governance. In accordance with his report to the General Assembly at its seventy-third session (A/73/361), the Special Rapporteur will assess, analyse and draw up reports that are increasingly using methods known as soft law in the field of counter-terrorism. Her analysis will pay particular attention to the way in which international human rights norms and standards are incorporated into these initiatives and processes at the level of development entities and in terms of their implementation. In this regard, she aims to review the mandates, governance and procedures of entities and initiatives for the development of relevant soft law instruments and standards, as well as human rights monitoring, assessment and monitoring mechanisms aimed at ensuring the establishment of such instruments and standards, in accordance with international human rights law and other The implementation of obligations under the normative bodies (including international humanitarian law and refugee law).
She pointed out that for the forthcoming report, soft law would be broadly defined, including those related to formal or formal or formal or informal legal or judicial systems, or recognized and prevented or combating terrorism. Non-legally binding instruments and standards related to violent extremism. An informal grouping of national and/or international or regional organizations.
The Special Rapporteur is keen to consult with a wide range of stakeholders, including countries, United Nations agencies, funds and programmes, other international and regional organizations, national human rights institutions, civil society organizations and private sector entities, academia and other experts. Benefit from their different perspectives and experiences on these issues.
She therefore invites all interested stakeholders to share concise comments and/or existing or published material, focusing on entities and initiatives related to the development of soft legal instruments and standards. Interested participants and initiatives include, but are not limited to, Financial Action Task Force (FATF) and FATF-style regional bodies, the Global Counter-Terrorism Forum (GCTF), GCTF-inspired institutions and implementing partners, and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.
Invite stakeholders to post information, including but not limited to the following information
The mandates of actors, institutions and initiatives, their governance structures and the rules and mechanisms governing their functions;
Rules that govern the development of standards and other processes that lead to the establishment of soft legal instruments and standards. The Special Rapporteur is particularly interested in ensuring the inclusiveness and transparency of such processes, for example through engagement with relevant stakeholders, including national, regional and international human rights mechanisms, civil society organizations and other actors with relevant expertise. Meaningful negotiation;
Incorporating international law norms and standards into the work of these actors, institutions and initiatives, particularly when it comes to standards-setting activities, with a particular focus on international human rights law, international humanitarian law and refugee law. Relevant information includes the way in which the standards development process and the resulting standards are disseminated and implemented, the ways in which these instruments and standards are incorporated into human rights benchmarks, and the mechanisms that monitor, assess and monitor their impact on the implementation and use of human rights.

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