Declaration of Tokyo

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A statement by the World Medical Association in 1975 on torture, cruel, inhumane or other degrading treatment or punishment related to detention and imprisonment, in particular reference to political detainees
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High-level government officials from various countries, representatives of international agencies and experts including Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and United Nations Secretary General Antnio Guterres gathered in one place and adopted the Tokyo Declaration on Universal Health Coverage, a commitment to achieve universal health coverage (UHC) by 2030.
TICAD participants have adopted the Tokyo Declaration on African Development, committing to the pursuit of political and economic reforms in Africa, increased private sector development, regional cooperation and integration, and the harnessing of Asian experience of economic development for the benefit of African states.
Clearly, this is way below potential and we need to work towards doubling this, as set out in the Tokyo declaration.
Tokyo Declaration of 1975 and Malta Declaration of 1991, even if a bill to do
In the Tokyo Declaration, the World Medical Association made clear 39 years ago that it is wrong to force-feed a competent prisoner who is peacefully protesting.
They also reaffirmed their common position that on the basis of a separate bilateral document -- the 1993 Tokyo Declaration -- a peace treaty should be concluded by resolving the dispute over the ownership of all four islands.
According to analysts, the Tokyo Declaration emerging from the July 8 gathering shows that Kabul has made big promises.
Participants of the conference adopted Tokyo Declaration that stipulates political agreement between Afghanistan and the international community on long-term strategy for economic development, improvement of public administration, reforms to electoral system, improvement of anti-corruption policies and support by international community.
One of the outcomes of the conference was a major document, the Tokyo Declaration, just as the Lausanne '74 Congress produced the Lausanne Covenant.
Aa According to the report, the doctors violated the Tokyo Declaration, the key code of medical ethics adopted by the WMA in 1975 that bans the use of cruel, humiliating or inhuman treatment by physicians.
Tokyo, Japan, Feb 15, 2008 - (JCN Newswire) - A business group including leading companies such as Sony, Nokia and Nike has come together to present the Tokyo Declaration, a joint call to tackle the urgent issue of climate change.
In spite of the fact that the Tokyo declaration chose the expression, "countries whose currencies constitute the SDR" and did not use the "G5" designation, the G5 meeting was held first for the Louvre Accord in February 1987, and the G7 was treated as a forum for ex post facto authorization.
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