R2P

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AcronymDefinition
R2PResponsibility to Protect (New York, NY)
R2PResearch to Practice (US CDC; Cincinnati, OH)
R2PRequest to Page
R2PRight to Protect
R2PRequisition to Pay (business process)
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Executive Director General Environment, Capital Development Authority (CDA) Sanaullah Aman, who was the chief guest, said it was peoples responsibility to protect the wildlife as it is Allaha's gift for the human beings.
The State of Qatar also stressed that it stepped up its efforts as a member of the Group of Friends of the Responsibility to Protect to advance this important principle, appointed a senior government official as a focal point on the responsibility to protect and, in the same context, joined initiatives to restrict the use of the veto right in the face of mass atrocities.
This came in Qatar's statement delivered by Her Excellency Qatar's Permanent Representative to the United Nations Sheikha Alya Ahmed bin Saif Al-Thani before the interactive dialogue on the Responsibility to Protect meeting that was held in New York on Wednesday.
The Article rejects the binary juxtaposition of amnesty and accountability in current international legal scholarship, and instead seeks to broaden the terms of the conversation by considering amnesty from the perspective of the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) principle.
The overall strategy of RtoP is organized into three pillars (12), which are "equal in terms of size, strength and viability" (13) as follows: first, states have the responsibility to protect their population from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity; second, the international community has a responsibility of assistance towards the state in question, as to fulfil its primary responsibilities; third, if the state does not fulfil its primary responsibilities, the international community has the responsibility to intervene through coercive measures short of the use of force (economic sanctions and other diplomatic measures), with military intervention being considered as a last resort.
The Rationality of Dictators: Towards a More Effective Implementation of the Responsibility to Protect
I believe the world decided we would defend innocent people, we had a responsibility to protect hammered out at the United Nations, agreed by all the world powers and we have a responsibility and a duty to the 250,000 people who today are left alive in Aleppo, of whom 100,000 are children, we have a responsibility to protect them," he said.
Keywords: responsibility while protecting, Brazil, international norms, Responsibility to Protect, intervention, emerging powers.
As the Special Adviser on the Responsibility to Protect leads the conceptual, political, institutional and operational development of the Responsibility to Protect.
The report asserted that where a state was "unable or unwilling" to protect its people, the responsibility should shift to the international community and, thereupon, "the principle of non-intervention" yields to "the international responsibility to protect," guided by the following criteria:
The data used in the exemplification of cases are collections from databases such as the International Coalition for the Responsibility to Protect, the Global Responsibility to Protect and International Crisis Group.
Sometimes referred to as 'R2P,' the principle of the responsibility to protect holds States responsible for shielding their own populations from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing, and related crimes against humanity and requires the international community to step in if this obligation is not met.
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