Ban Ki-moon - Wikipedia
This is a list of films banned (or rejected) in Malaysia. Films that are assigned the Tidak Diluluskan Untuk Tayangan ("Not Passed for Screening") category by the. Ban Ki-moon is a South Korean diplomat who was the eighth Secretary-General of the United . During the period in which these polls took place, Ban made major speeches to the Asia Society and the Council on . But the danger posed by war to all humanity—and to our planet—is at least matched by climate change ". That's why today, the dating app Bumble has taken action to ban selfies with all these bans, but is rather responding to what the data tells it.
Although unsuccessful in some areas, Ban's predecessor Annan had been successful in increasing the UN peacekeeping presence and in popularizing the Millennium Development Goals. UN observers were eager to see on which issues Ban intended to focus, in addition to his declared interest in reforming the United Nations bureaucracy. Ban rejected the request, stating that Resolution defined Taiwan as part of China. In their early meetings, Ban stressed the importance of confronting global warming.
Ban early on identified global warming as one of the key issues of his administration. In a White House meeting with U. Bush in January, Ban urged Bush to take steps to curb greenhouse gas emissions.
Ban stated, "For my generation, coming of age at the height of the Cold War, fear of nuclear winter seemed the leading existential threat on the horizon. But the danger posed by war to all humanity—and to our planet—is at least matched by climate change "  referring to Global Warmingsee P: On 3 September he further emphasized his concerns at the World Climate Conference in Geneva, when he stated, "Our foot is stuck on the accelerator and we are heading towards an abyss".
No one was hurt in the incident. Ban said, however, that he still hoped to find a way for the United Nations to "do more for Iraqi social and political development". He criticized both sides, Israel for bombarding Gaza and Hamas for firing rockets into Israel.
Although the Iranian presidential election was widely disputed, Ban Ki-moon sent a traditional congratulation message  to the Iranian president upon his inauguration. He kept silent over the request of Shirin Ebadi to visit  Iran after the crackdown on peaceful post-election protests by the Iranian police, which was perceived as a crime against humanity. The incident was followed by an official request by more than intellectuals, human rights activists and reformist politicians in Iran for the UN reaction.
Throughout the conflict, he lobbied for peaceful solutions to the crisis. He frequently spoke out against military action in Libya, believing that a diplomatic solution would be possible and preferable. However, he conceded that if then-leader Muammar Gaddafi refused to abide by a cease fire agreement, the international coalition of military forces would have no choice but to intervene to protect the human rights of Libyans. The resolution was heralded as a major breakthrough in confronting the Darfur conflict although the United States labeled the conflict a " genocide ", the United Nations has declined to do so.
The first phase of the peacekeeping mission began in October The conference was initiated after Ban had met with Than Shwethe leading figure of Myanmar's government 23 May Ban toured the devastation—especially in the hard-hit Irrawaddy Delta —23 May and 24 May Myanmar officials agreed to allow the Yangon International Airport to be used as a logistical hub for aid distribution.
Ban Ki-moon's first mandate as the Secretary-General was set to end on 31 December There was no declared rival for the post. President Barack Obama in Hangzhou, China, 3 September On 17 Junehe received the recommendation of the Security Council by a unanimous vote,  and, on 21 June, his nomination was confirmed by a unanimous  acclamation vote at the United Nations General Assembly.
The appointments were part of Ban's commitment to replace top positions in his group for his second term. Middle East[ edit ] The aftermath of the Libyan Civil War and other events of the Arab Spring continued to command Ban's attention with the start of his second term. He focused in on what he termed "intolerance" in the Arab world.
Since the Arab Spring, the leaders have begun to listen to the voice of their people. He described this as "an unfortunate situation. Ban Ki-moon said that "as oppressed peoples have demonstrated throughout the ages, it is human nature to react to occupation, which often serves as a potent incubator of hate and extremism". One of the required criteria is to not only have excellent physical health, but as well as good mental health. However, if a person does suffer from a certain physical and mental health there are personalized waivers offered.
These types of exclusions are required to exist in order to recruit entities that are capable to perform the duties of serving their country. They must also be unrestricted from the circumstances that "may require excessive time lost from duty for necessary treatment or hospitalization," and "adaptable to the military environment without the necessity of geographical area limitations.
This policy reasoned transgender people were medically unqualified to serve because their mental state was considered unfit. Medical care provided by the military did not cover hormone therapy and gender reassignment surgery.
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The psychological services weren't much better. If the topic of trans-related issues arises then confidentiality is usually breached and notified to commands for further action. If a person were to go through with a gender modification of some sort they'd be discharged or rejected from enlistment. Some people have disagreed with these regulations and have taken the policy to court. In the case Doe v.
Alexander the Army defends their policy of denying enlistment to transsexual persons by stating that supporting transsexuals would raise a medical problem. The necessity of having hormone supplementation may not be available at certain placements this individual is placed.
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Another case of Leyland v. Orr where Air Force member Leyland, underwent a gender reassignment surgery before being discharged. The courts ruled this as valid due to the reasoning that Leyland was indeed unfit physically rather than mentally. This judgement was determined by inferring that genital surgery is similar to an amputation surgery, which leaves the individual unable to meet the demands of a soldier.
Inshe was reactivated and told her commanding officer that she would not return having to claim to be a male. She served for 2 weeks and then she had orders to be placed on the inactive reserve which she believed was due to her gender identity. In Obama repealed transgender ban in the military and Sage Fox was working with the medical board and was expected to be reenlisted. It said DoD rules that prevented enlistment or continued service by transgender individuals were based on outmoded and untenable ideas about their psychological and physical fitness, and it dismissed concerns about the costs of medical care.
It said the DoD's policies could be changed by an executive order. Alan Steinman, a former chief health and safety director for the Coast Guard.
Medical regulations requiring the discharge of transgender personnel are inconsistent with how the military regulates all other medical and psychological conditions, and transgender-related conditions appear to be the only gender-related conditions that require discharge irrespective of fitness for duty.
At the time, service personnel were still being dismissed for being transgender despite their objective job performance.
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The dismissal policy was based on outdated medical diagnoses which suggested gender nonconformity was a mental illness. The brief was based on a six-month survey of over 6, transgender people in —09 asking in part if they had ever served in the armed forces, or had been denied entry because they were transgender. Ash Carter was asked about the service of transgender troops, to which he replied: And I'm very open-minded about [it] — otherwise about what their personal lives and proclivities are, provided they can do what we need them to do for us.
That's the important criteria.
Are they going to be excellent service members? And I don't think anything but their suitability for service should preclude them. The Army issued a directive that protected transgender soldiers from being dismissed by mid-level officers by requiring the decision for discharge to be made by the service's top civilian for personnel matters.
In the wake of these directives, in JulySecretary Carter ordered the creation of a Pentagon working group "to study over the next six months the policy and readiness implications of welcoming transgender persons to serve openly. Military" were listed as one of the nine runners-up for Person of the Year by The Advocate in November RAND estimated in a report published June that 2, active-duty and 1, reserve personnel were transgender.
Based on the percentage of transgender people seeking gender transition-related medical treatment using private health insurance, RAND further estimated that 29 to active-duty service members would seek transition-related health care benefits per year, increasing military health system costs by 0. Readiness was estimated at a decrease of 0.
The RAND study focused on the service history of transgender personnel in Australia, Canada, Israel, and the United Kingdom, concluding that "in no case was there any evidence of an effect on the operational effectiveness, operational readiness, or cohesion of the force. After all, our all-volunteer force is built upon having the most qualified Americans.
And the profession of arms is based on honor and trust. Army Chief of Staff General Milley recently reminded us of this, when he said, and I quote him, "The United States Army is open to all Americans who meet the standard, regardless of who they are. Embedded within our Constitution is that very principle, that all Americans are free and equal. And we as an Army are sworn to protect and defend that very principle. And we are sworn to even die for that principle. So if we in uniform are willing to die for that principle, then we in uniform should be willing to live by that principle.
It is the Department's position, consistent with the U.
Attorney General's opinion, that discrimination based on gender identity is a form of sex discrimination. By October 1, In addition, guidance will be published for medical care and treatment of transgender Service members.
Transgender Service members will be allowed to transition gender while serving in accordance with Department of Defense Instruction By July 1, The process of accession entrance to military service, through enlistment, Service Academies, ROTC, or any similar program will be opened to transgender individuals, provided they meet the same physical and mental fitness standards as any other applicant.
The initial accession policy requires "an individual to have completed any medical treatment that their doctor has determined is necessary in connection with their gender transition, and to have been stable in their preferred gender for 18 months, as certified by their doctor, before they can enter the military.
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This allowed transgender individuals to openly serve in the Air Force, along with outlawing any discharge or denying reenlistment based solely on gender identity. The protocol for physical readiness was unchanged. President Bill Clinton inwhich directed federal agencies that conduct educational activities to comply with Title IX of the Education Amendments of and issued a memorandum ordering military youth schools to immediately comply with the Executive Order.
Mark Green as his second choice for Secretary of the Army. Green was criticized for prior remarks he had made before the Chattanooga Tea Party in Septemberincluding his statement that "if you poll the psychiatrists, they're going to tell you that transgender is a disease.
Hunter R-CA stated he couldn't imagine showering with "somebody who was a girl and didn't have the surgery to become a man but kept the girl stuff", an argument rejected by Representative Donald McEachin D-VAwho pointed out that similar arguments were made years ago opposing the integration of the armed forces. That they'd run at the first sign of battle.
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