The Resolution

What is (RE)SETTLEMENT?
noun. The transportation of people (as a colony) to a new settlement.

(re)settlement
noun

1.  The act or process of settling:
2. a. The settling or establishment of a person or a group of people, as in a new region or in a business.
     b. A newly colonized region.
3.  A small community.
4.  a. An arrangement or agreement reached;

     b. The process of reaching such an arrangement, agreement, or resolution.


An example of settlement is when the colonists came to America.

The UNGA seeks resolutions where people of African Descent can go considering the IDPAD, Durban Declaration and Programmed of Action (DDPA) and international law. One of the “remedies” for the full implementation of the IDPAD and the DDPA is to “facilitate a welcome return and resettlement of the descendants of enslaved Africans.”

 

Recalling “The Durban Declaration and Programe of Action”, Section IV. Provision of effective remedies, recourse, redress, and other measures at the national, regional and international levels.
 
Paragraph 158. Recognizes that these historical injustices have undeniably contributed to the poverty, underdevelopment, marginalization, social exclusion, economic disparities, instability and insecurity that affect many people in different parts of the world, in developing countries. The Conference recognizes the need to develop programs for the social and economic development of these societies and the Diaspora, within the framework of a new partnership based on the spirit of solidarity and mutual respect, in the following areas:
 
i.    Building or strengthening democratic institutions;
ii.    Infrastructure development;
iii.    Human resource development, including capacity-building;
iv.    Education, training and cultural development;
v.    Facilitation of welcomed return and resettlement of the descendants of enslaved Africans;  


 To Facilitate(tion) 
    expedite, 
    give help or assistance; be of service;
    To make less difficult: 

of welcomed

return
    come or go back to a place
    go back, come back, come home
and

resettlement
    the transportation of people (as a family or colony) to a new settlement
of the

descendants
    all of the offspring of a given progenitor;
of

enslaved
    to make a slave of; reduce to slavery:
African(s)
    a person from Africa, (DEAUS)
    relating to Africa or people of African descent.


Our resolution (remedy) is for the full implementation of the IDPAD and the Durban Declaration and Programmed of Action which is to “facilitate a welcome return and resettlement of the descendants of enslaved Africans” into our claimed land/exclave.