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She inaugurated Nigerian Herbal Medicine Product Committee (HMPC) as a means of fostering research involving herbal practitioners and academic researchers while the intellectual property is protected.
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Score: 1173604.7 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...JISOLA_CHRISTIANAH_ADEYEYE.pdf
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In particular, paragraph 139 of the 2005 World Summit Outcome Document stresses “the need for the General Assembly to continue consideration of the responsibility to protect populations from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity and its implications, bearing in mind the principles of the Charter and international law.” (...) Secretary-General’s report: Responsibility to protect: from early warning to early action ( A/72/884–S/2018/525 ) Official plenary meeting records for 25 June and 2 July 27-28 June 2019 Debate on the responsibility to protect and the prevention of genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity. Secretary-General’s report: Responsibility to protect: lessons learned for prevention ( A/73/898–S/2019/463 ) Acting on the recommendation of its General Committee, in 2018 and 2019 the General Assembly discussed within its formal agenda the Secretary-General’s reports on the Responsibility to Protect. 2020 Debate did not take place due to COVID-19. Secretary-General’s report: Prioritizing prevention and strengthening response: women and the responsibility to protect ( A/74/964 - S/2020/501 ) 17-18 May 2021 Debate on the responsibility to responsibility to protect and the prevention of genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity. Secretary-General’s report: Advancing atrocity prevention: work of the Office on Genocide Prevention and the Responsibility to Protect ( A/75/863–S/2021/424 ) Official plenary meeting records for General Assembly President Volkan Bozkir’s opening remarks , 17 May morning , 17 May afternoon and 18 May morning [00:00 – 56:55].
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Score: 1172844.9 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...vention/general-assembly.shtml
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The Appeals Chamber confirmed that this criminal plan was implemented through the ethnic cleansing of Bosnian Muslims from their homes and communities across several municipalities, including Gornji Vakuf, Jablanica, Prozor, Mostar, Ljubuški, Stolac and Čapljina between mid-January 1993 and April 1994. (...) The civilian population, which had more than doubled to some 55,000 as a result of the ethnic cleansing of Muslims from West Mostar and other locations, was subjected to constant sniping and shelling and forced to live under extremely harsh conditions. (...) While these six accused have been held accountable for this campaign of ethnic cleansing, more senior- and mid-level officials and commanders must still be brought to justice for these crimes.
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Score: 1165775.9 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/11141
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The Tribunal’s indictment charges the accused with leading a plan to ethnically cleanse Bosnian Muslims and other non-Croats from territories that they claimed as part of Herceg-Bosna with a view to joining them to a "Greater Croatian" state. (...) The indictment alleges that the accused resorted to violence and criminal acts to achieve their plan to ethnically cleanse Herceg-Bosna of its Bosnian Muslim and non-Croat population. (...) They were also involved in securing the Republic of Croatia’s assistance in order to further their plans to ethnically cleanse Western Bosnia. The indictment sets out a chronology of the major incidents of ethnic cleansing that began in the spring and early summer of 1992.
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Score: 1165775.9 - https://www.icty.org/x/file/Ou...rom_hague/balkan_040407_en.pdf
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HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS CALLS FOR IMMEDIATE END TO ETHNIC CLEANSING IN KOSOVO | OHCHR Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Resources Resources For Civil society Educators Journalists Members States National institutions and regional mechanisms More Databases Library Publications English العربية 中文 English Français русский Español More + OHCHR Donate Search input field Main Navigation OHCHR What are human rights? (...) Contact us Get Involved Get Involved Latest Media Center Press releases Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS CALLS FOR IMMEDIATE END TO ETHNIC CLEANSING IN KOSOVO 30 April 1999 Share Related Statements Holocaust rememberance day Press releases Default title Press releases Default title HR/99/34 30 April 1999 High Commissioner for Human Rights Mary Robinson called today for an immediate end to ethnic cleansing in Kosovo and for a return to diplomacy and peacemaking. Reporting to the Commission on Human Rights on the situation in Kosovo, the High Commissioner said that unless diplomacy succeeds, the province will be thoroughly cleansed of ethnic Albanians. Mrs. Robinson said that from the reports of deliberate destruction of the homes of the Kosovar Albanians, the destruction of their property and the looting of their personal belongings, it was hard to avoid the conclusion of "a pattern of ethnic cleansing carried out with cold-blooded determination".
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Score: 1165775.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/press...te-end-ethnic-cleansing-kosovo
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The Appeals Chamber confirmed that this criminal plan was implemented through the ethnic cleansing of Bosnian Muslims from their homes and communities across several municipalities, including Gornji Vakuf, Jablanica, Prozor, Mostar, Ljubuški, Stolac and Čapljina between mid-January 1993 and April 1994. (...) The civilian population, which had more than doubled to some 55,000 as a result of the ethnic cleansing of Muslims from West Mostar and other locations, was subjected to constant sniping and shelling and forced to live under extremely harsh conditions. (...) While these six accused have been held accountable for this campaign of ethnic cleansing, more senior- and mid-level officials and commanders must still be brought to justice for these crimes.
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Score: 1165775.9 - https://www.icty.org/en/press/...dgement-in-the-case-prosecutor
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REPORT ON THE ASIAN AND PACIFIC CENTRE FOR TRANSFER OF TECHNOLOGY ; ESCAP COMMISSION SESSION (60TH SESS.: 22-28 APRIL 2004 : SHANGHAI, CHINA)
Several technical cooperation among developing countries programmes were organized in IT-related fields and in the areas of food processing, herbal medicine and bamboo. With a view to promoting entrepreneurship development in IT-related areas, the Centre has evolved a curriculum on venture management and pilot tested short training courses for selected countries, such as China and the Republic of Korea. (...) In view of the interest and importance of technologies for herbal medicine in countries of the region, APCTT is establishing the Asia-Pacific Network for Traditional and Herbal Medicines in close cooperation with the Hubei Provincial Science and Technology Department and the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology with the participation of institutions from other member countries. The Network seeks to become an information exchange centre for traditional medical and herbal medicinal technology in the Asian and Pacific region and an e-business centre for the production and commercialization of traditional herbal medicine.
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USING SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION TO CLOSE THE GAP ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL 3, GOOD HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
Another example is the development of affordable traditional and herbal medicines that can help to ensure more inclusive health coverage and create new export products. The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) science, technology and innovation policy review of Ghana found that 60 per cent of the population used traditional and herbal medicines. Although the science, technology and innovation policy review on traditional and herbal medicines was published in 2011, the issues outlined in this section are still relevant for the health-care system of Ghana and possibly applicable to the situation in other countries. 19 The challenges in developing traditional and herbal medicines into an industry included a low level of research and development, a low level of testing of traditional and herbal medicines products, limited infrastructure, difficulty in investing in upgrading of production processes and limited policy support and protection for traditional and herbal medicines. (...) In its resolution 58.28 on e-health, the World Health Assembly stressed that e-health was “the cost-effective and secure use of information and communications technologies in support of health and health-related fields, including health-care services, health surveillance, health literature, and health education, knowledge and research”. 13 https://www.nature.com/articles/s41591-020-1011-4. 14 https://www.nature.com/articles/s41591-020-1011-4. 15 Contribution from the Russian Federation (available at: https://unctad.org/system/files/non-official- document/CSTD_2020-21_c26_H_Russia_ru.pdf). 16 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2214109X20300747. 17 https://jech.bmj.com/content/74/10/861. 18 https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.07.23.20160234v2 19 For an updated study on traditional and herbal medicines in Ghana, see Essegbey GO and Awuni S, 2016, chapter 5, Herbal Medicine in the Informal Sector of Ghana, in Kraemer-Mbula E and Wunsh- Vincent S (eds.), The Informal Economy in Developing Nations – The Hidden Engine of Innovation?
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PROMOTING INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN RESPONDING TO NEW PSYCHOACTIVE SUBSTANCES : DRAFT RESOLUTION / AUSTRALIA, DENMARK, JAPAN, PERU, AND NEW ZEALAND
. ** On behalf of the States members of the United Nations that are members of the European Union. 2 V.12-51096 E/CN.7/2012/L.2 Recalling its resolution 48/1 of 11 March 2005, on promoting the sharing of information on emerging trends in the abuse of and trafficking in substances not controlled under the international drug control conventions, Recalling also its resolution 53/11 of 12 March 2010, on promoting the sharing of information on the potential abuse of and trafficking in synthetic cannabinoid receptor agonists, Recalling further the functions mandated to the World Health Organization, under the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs of 19611 as amended by the 1972 Protocol2 and the Convention on Psychotropic Substances of 1971,3 to provide technical recommendations to the Commission with regard to assessing the potential liability for abuse and ill effects of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances, Welcoming the 2011 report of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime entitled “Synthetic cannabinoids in herbal products”, which provides a comprehensive review and valuable recommendations in response to synthetic cannabinoids, Acknowledging the success of the global Synthetics Monitoring: Analyses, Reporting and Trends (SMART) programme of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in improving understanding of the synthetic drug problem through monitoring the illicit manufacture, use of and trafficking in synthetic drugs, including emerging synthetic substances, and noting the progress in implementation of that approach, Acknowledging also the work of States members of the European Union, together with the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction, in developing effective processes for addressing new psychoactive substances, including an early warning system and risk assessment methodologies, 1. (...) Requests the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime to provide an update to its 2011 report entitled “Synthetic cannabinoids in herbal products”, addressing a wider range of new psychoactive substances, in addition to synthetic cannabinoids; 13.
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See WHO guidance on Vitamin and mineral requirements in human nutrition . Are there any herbal teas or herbal supplements that may help prevent or cure COVID-19? (...) There is currently no evidence to support the use of herbal teas or herbal supplements to prevent or cure COVID-19.    
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Score: 1157354.2 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...d-19-food-safety-and-nutrition
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