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General Assembly—Forty-first session IV. RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED ON THE REPORTS OF THE SPECIAL POLITICAL COMMITTEE 1 CONTENT S Resolution No. Aim 41/63 41/64 41/65 41/66 41/67 41/68 41/69 41/70 Title item Dote of adoption Effects of atomic radiation (A/41/730) Resolution A 70 3 December 1986 Resolution B 70 3 December 1986 Report of the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Population of the Occupied Territories (A/41/750) Resolution A 71 3 December 1986 Resolution B 71 3 December 1986 Resolution C . 71 3 December 1986 Resolution D 71 3 December 1986 Resolution E 71 3 December 1986 Resolution F 71 3 December 1986 Resolution G . . 71 3 December 1986 International co-operation in the peaceful uses of outer space (A/41/751) 72 3 December 1986 Principles relating to remote sensing of the Earth from outer space (A/41/751) . . 72 3 December 1986 Question of the review of the Convention on Registration of Objects Launched into Outer Space (A/41/751) 137 3 December 1986 Comprehensive review of the whole question of peace-keeping operations in all their as­ pects (A/41/752) 73 3 December 1986 Questions relating to information (A/41/753) Resolution A 74 3 December 1986 Resolution B . . . 74 3 December 1986 Resolution C 74 3 December 1986 Resolution D 74 3 December 1986 Resolution E 74 3 December 1986 United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (A/41/754) A. Assistance to Palestine refugees 75 3 December 1986 B. Working Group on the Financing of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East 75 3 December 1986 C. Assistance to persons displaced as a result of the June 1967 and subsequent hos­ tilities 75 3 December 1986 D. Offers by Member States of grants and scholarships for higher education, includ­ ing vocational training for Palestine refugees 75 3 December 1986 E. Palestine refugees in the Gaza Strip 75 3 December 1986 F. Resumption of the ration distribution to Palestine refugees 75 3 December 1986 G. Population and refugees displaced since 1967 75 3 December 1986 H. Revenues derived from Palestine refugee properties 75 3 December 1986 I. Protection of Palestine refugees 75 3 December 1986 J. Palestine refugees in the West Bank 75 3 December 1986 K University of Jerusalem "Al-Quds" for Palestine refugees 75 3 December 1986 International co-operation to avert new flows of refugees (A/41/755) 76 3 December 1986 107 108 108 109 109 110 111 112 112 113 115 116 117 117 121 122 123 123 123 124 124 125 125 126 126 126 127 127 128 128 41/62. Effects of atomic radiation The General Assembly, Recalling its resolution 913 (X) of 3 December 1955, by which it established the United Nations Scientific Com­ mittee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation, and its subse­ quent resolutions on the subject, including resolution 1 For the decisions adopted on the reports of the Special Political Committee, see sect. X.B.3. 40/160 of 16 December 1985, by which it, inter alia, re­ quested the Scientific Committee to continue its work, Taking note with appreciation of the report of the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation, 2 Reaffirming the desirability of the Scientific Committee continuing its work, 2 Official Records of the General Assembly, Forty-first Session, Supplement No. 16 (A/41/16) . Concerned about the potentially harmful effects on pres­ ent and future generations, resulting from the levels of radiation to which man is exposed, Conscious of the continued need to examine and compile information about atomic and ionizing radiation and to analyse its effects on man and his environment, Bearing in mind the decision of the Scientific Committee to submit, as soon as the relevant studies are completed, shorter reports with scientific supporting documents on the specialized topics mentioned by the Committee, 3 1. Commends the United Nations Scientific Commit­ tee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation for the valuable contribution it has been making in the course of the past thirty-one years, since its inception, to wider knowledge and understanding of the levels, effects and risks of atomic radiation and for fulfilling its original mandate with scien­ tific authority and independence of judgement; 2. Notes with satisfaction the continued and growing scientific co-operation between the Scientific Committee and the United Nations Environment Programme; 3. Requests the Scientific Committee to continue its work, including its important co-ordinating activities, to increase knowledge of the levels, effects and risks of ioniz­ ing radiation from all sources; 4. Endorses the Scientific Committee's intentions and plans for its future activities of scientific review and assess­ ment on behalf of the General Assembly; 5. Requests the Scientific Committee to continue at its next session the review of the important problems in the field of radiation and to report thereon to the General As ­ sembly at its forty-second session; 6. Requests the United Nations Environment Pro­ gramme to continue providing support for the effective conduct of the Scientific Committee's work and for the dissemination of its findings to the General Assembly, the scientific community and the public; 7. Expresses its appreciation for the assistance rendered to the Scientific Committee by Member States, the special­ ized agencies, the International Atomic Energy Agency and non-governmental organizations, and invites them to increase their co-operation in this field; 8. Invites Member States, the organizations of the United Nations system and non-governmental organiza­ tions concerned to provide further relevant data about doses, effects and risks from various sources of radiation, which would greatly help in the preparation of the Scien­ tific Committee's future reports to the General Assembly. 95th plenary meeting 3 December 1986 B The General Assembly, Recalling its resolution 913 (X) of 3 December 1955, by which it established the United Nations Scientific Com­ mittee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation, and its subse­ quent resolutions on the subject, including resolution 3154 C (XXVIII ) of 14 December 1973, by which it de­ cided to increase the membership of the Scientific Com­ mittee to a maximum of twenty, Recognizing the valuable contribution made by the Scientific Committee to wider knowledge and understand­ ing of the levels and effects of atomic radiation, 3 A/38/142, para. 5. Conscious of the continued need for the Governments of Member States to commit themselves to giving to the Scientific Committee the greatest possible co-operation in order that its work may be more effective, Emphasizing, in this connection, that the five permanent members of the Security Council are in a position to make particularly valuable contributions to the work of the Committee, Noting with satisfaction that the People's Republic of China desires to become a member of the Scientific Com­ mittee, 4 Convinced that the participation of the People's Repub­ lic of China will enhance the effectiveness of the Scientific Committee, 1. Decides to increase the membership of the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation to a maximum of twenty-one; 2. Invites the People's Republic of China to become a member of the Scientific Committee, requesting the Gov­ ernment of that country to designate one scientist, with al­ ternates and consultants as appropriate, to be its represen­ tative in the Committee. 95th plenary meeting 3 December 1986 * « As a result, the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation is composed of the following Member States: ARGEN­ TINA, AUSTRALIA, BELGIUM, BRAZIL, CANADA, CHINA, CZECHOSLOVAKIA, EGYPT, FRANCE, GERMANY (FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF), INDIA, INDONESIA, JAPAN, MEXICO, PERU, POLAND, SUDAN, SWEDEN, UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS, UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTH­ ERN IRELAND and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 41/63. Report of the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Population of the Occupied Territories A The General Assembly, Recalling its resolutions 38/79 A of 15 December 1983, 39/95 A of 14 December 1984 and 40/161 A of 16 Decem­ ber 1985, Taking note of the report of the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Population of the Occupied Territories, 5 Taking note also of the report of the Secretary-General of 21 July 1986, 6 1. Calls upon Israel to release all Arabs arbitrarily de­ tained or imprisoned as a result of their struggle for selfdetermination and for the liberation of their territories; 2. Notes the initial release of Palestinian prisoners on 20 May 1985; 3. Deplores the Israeli subsequent arbitrary detention or imprisonment of hundreds of Palestinians; 4. Demands that the Government of Israel, the occu­ pying Power, rescind its action against the detainees and imprisoned Palestinians and release them immediately; 4 A/41/546, annex. 5 A/41/680. 6 A/41/469 and Add.l .System is unable to extract text from pdf file. Most probably pdf file should go through OCR. For technical questions, please contact CADT: cadt@unvienna.org or UNOV Helpdesk: unov.helpdesk@unvienna.org, +43 (1) 26060 Ext.4200. On questions concerning OCR, please contact Linguistic Support: linguistic.support@unvienna.org