Yes, Malaysia signed on the 17th of February, 1995.
78 Countries signed but the number is still growing
If the nation which is using the banned weapons has signed the Convention, then yes its against the commitment that nation made when it signed the Convention for that nation to use banned weapons, even against a foe who has not.
50 nations signed the original charter.
it was signed by 50 out of 51 of the original countries.
Yes. Children have rights in all of the countries that signed the International Convention on the rights of the child. The Unicef website has a site deicated to this document located at http://www.unicef.org/crc/crc.htm
50 countries originally signed it, and the 51st, Poland, signed later.
The European convention on human rights is an international treaty to protect human rights and fundamental freedoms in Europe. It was signed in 1950, and effective from 1953.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was signed in 1948 by the UN General Assembly.
50 of the original countries
Yes. The Geneva Convention bans it, but that's not to say that all countries have signed up to the Convention or that they abide by it.
Countries such as Poland, Saudi Arabia, Japan, and South Africa haven't signed the UDHR (Universal Declaration of Human Rights.)
l believe it was originally 117 countries
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Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Canada signed the Convention on May 28th, 1990 and ratified the Convention on December 13th, 1991. Check out the Canadian Children's Rights Council for a detailed article.
The agreement was Montreal Protocol. It was signed by 180 countries on 16th Septemeber.
The United Nations did not exist until after WWII.
The USA signed the Geneva Convention in 1949 and ratified it in 1955.
The Declaration of Human Rights was signed by representatives of 48 countries. Intended to document basic rights to which all human beings are entitled, the signing occurred in Paris on December 10, 1948.
After the Constitution had been signed at the convention, the states had to ratify, or approve, the Constitution.
All countries have signed the Kyoto Protocol.All countries except the USA have ratified it. The US signed on 12 Nov 1998, but has not yet ratified it.Update, Dec 2011, Canada withdraws from the Kyoto Protocol with other countries expected to reconsider in the coming here.
The Geneva Convention has been signed by 196 states. These include the U.N, Palestine and Cook's Island. Any state that is not one of these groups, has not signed it.