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REPORT OF THE ASIAN AND PACIFIC CENTRE FOR TRANSFER OF TECHNOLOGY ; (66TH SESS.: 13-19 MAY 2010 : INCHEON, REPUBLIC OF KOREA)
From mid-2002, he stated, APCTT and its member countries had made efforts to establish the Asia-Pacific Traditional Medicine and Herbal Technology Network (APTMNET) in close cooperation with the Hubei Provincial Science and Technology Department in Wuhan, China. Its main aim was to become an information exchange centre for traditional medical and herbal medicinal technology and the development of herbal medicines in the Asia-Pacific region. (...) (f) Expanding the Asia-Pacific Traditional Medicine and Herbal Technology Network (funding being sought) (i) Strengthen APTMNET to promote effective dissemination of information to promote industrial/technical cooperation in traditional medicine in the Asian and Pacific region; and to help member countries that have not yet established a nodal station nor developed one to agreed levels in network architecture, website design, structure of the database, technical standards of the nodal stations, and the role and responsibilities of the project coordinator at the nodal station.
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It reaffirms the enduring relevance of the principle, both as an expression of political commitment and as a guide for action to prevent and halt genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity. The report further assesses the range and impact of implementation efforts under each of the three pillars of the principle, including actions by States to ratify relevant legal instruments and build national resilience to atrocity crimes3; initiatives to assist States in fulfilling their primary responsibility to protect; and efforts by the international community to respond to protection crises. (...) Genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity are defined in international criminal law; ethnic cleansing, while not established as a distinct crime, includes acts that will regularly amount to one of the crimes, in particular genocide and crimes against humanity. 2 responsibility to protect. (...) In light of the ten-year anniversary of the 2005 World Summit, Member States may also wish to discuss how to reaffirm this vital and enduring commitment, in keeping with the Secretary-General's vision for the next decade of the responsibility the protect. 3 The dialogue is intended to facilitate discussion among the United Nations, Member States, regional and sub-regional organisations and civil society, and to emphasize the continued need for a determined and collective approach to protecting populations from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity, as well as their incitement.
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Score: 1098576.5 - https://www.un.org/pga/wp-cont..._Responsibility-to-Protect.pdf
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United Nations Office on Genocide Prevention and the Responsibility to Protect English Français Search Search Home About Us The Special Advisers Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide Special Adviser on the Responsibility to Protect The Office Mandate Methodology Strategy Partners FAQ Employment Contact Us Our Work Early Warning Advising and Mobilising Overview Hate Speech Strategy Enhancing Capacity Raising Awareness Advancing R to P implementation Atrocity Crimes Definitions Genocide Crimes Against Humanity War Crimes "Ethnic Cleansing" Legal Framework International Law Genocide Convention Prevention Response Accountability Responsibility to Protect About 15th Anniversary Overview High Level Event UN Secretary-General General Assembly Security Council Human Rights Council Member States Regional Organisations Civil Society Key Documents Media Public Statements Op-eds News Photo exhibition Hate Speech Strategy and Plan of Action International Day #NoToHate campaign Events Publications & Resources The United Nations Secretary-General General Assembly Security Council Human Rights Council Human Rights Council 29th Session of Human Rights Council. (...) The Human Rights Council also holds Special Sessions to address particularly urgent situations featuring serious violations of human rights and elevated risks of genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing or crimes against humanity. Since 2006 these Special Sessions have considered situations in Burundi, the Central African Republic, Cote d’Ivoire, Darfur, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, Myanmar, the Occupied Palestinian Territory, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, and Syria. (...) In addition, the Human Rights Council has established several Commissions of Inquiry and investigations that address the risk or ongoing commission of genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing or crimes against humanity, as well as accountability for crimes committed, including with respect to Burundi, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Eritrea, Gaza, Lebanon, Libya, Sri Lanka and Syria.
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Score: 1092193.8 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...ion/human-rights-council.shtml
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United Nations Office on Genocide Prevention and the Responsibility to Protect English Français Search Search Home About Us The Special Advisers Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide Special Adviser on the Responsibility to Protect The Office Mandate Methodology Strategy Partners FAQ Employment Contact Us Our Work Early Warning Advising and Mobilising Overview Hate Speech Strategy Enhancing Capacity Raising Awareness Advancing R to P implementation Atrocity Crimes Definitions Genocide Crimes Against Humanity War Crimes "Ethnic Cleansing" Legal Framework International Law Genocide Convention Prevention Response Accountability Responsibility to Protect About 15th Anniversary Overview High Level Event UN Secretary-General General Assembly Security Council Human Rights Council Member States Regional Organisations Civil Society Key Documents Media Public Statements Op-eds News Photo exhibition Hate Speech Strategy and Plan of Action International Day #NoToHate campaign Events Publications & Resources Responsibility to Protect About 15th Anniversary United Nations Member States Regional Organisations Civil Society Key Documents Member States General Assembly discusses Responsibility to Protect. UN Photo/Rick Bajornas The principle of the Responsibility to Protect reaffirms the primary responsibility of the State to protect its population from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity. That responsibility is grounded on well-established legal obligations that entail an obligation not only to punish atrocity crimes but also to prevent them. (...) Several global and regional networks dedicated to preventing genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity have also been established by States in recent years.
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Score: 1092193.8 - https://www.un.org/en/genocideprevention/member-states.shtml
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Script For centuries, herbal doctors have made use of the huge variety of flora carpeting the Kenyan landscape. Now leading scientists from the World Health Organization have commissioned a network of laboratories across Kenya to find out if such herbal cures stand up to modern science. They are hoping they could provide the next cure for malaria.
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Score: 1088213.8 - https://www.who.int/tdr/news/2007/natural-plant-products/en/
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Mohamed Salih Sudan University of Science & Technology Sudan 12.11.2018 Producing Carotenoids and Selenium Enriched Eggs Using Herbal Plants for Nutritional Prevention of Chronic Diseases in Sub-Saharan Africa Recently, a high degree of renewed interest is placed on the nutritional properties of herbal plants, which contain compounds with antioxidant activities such as Vitamin C, Carotenoids, organic selenium (Se) and flavonoids.
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Score: 1088213.8 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/comment/9207
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Comment view | المنتدى العالمي المعني بالأمن الغذائي والتغذية تجاوز إلى المحتوى الرئيسي FAO Header menu إطبع إرسال عن المنظمة في ميدان العمل البلدان الموضوعات المطبوعات المطبوعات الإحصائيات الشراكات English Español Français العربية 中文 Русский المنتدى العالمي المعني بالأمن الغذائي والتغذية المنتدى العالمي المعني بالأمن الغذائي والتغذية Main navigation Homepage معلومات أساسية الأنشطة الموارد أخبار أعضاء المنتدى الشركاء أستاذ دكتور Mohamed Salih Sudan University of Science & Technology السودان 12.11.2018 Producing Carotenoids and Selenium Enriched Eggs Using Herbal Plants for Nutritional Prevention of Chronic Diseases in Sub-Saharan Africa Recently, a high degree of renewed interest is placed on the nutritional properties of herbal plants, which contain compounds with antioxidant activities such as Vitamin C, Carotenoids, organic selenium (Se) and flavonoids.
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Score: 1088213.8 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/ar/comment/9207
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Mohamed Salih Sudan University of Science & Technology Sudan 12.11.2018 Producing Carotenoids and Selenium Enriched Eggs Using Herbal Plants for Nutritional Prevention of Chronic Diseases in Sub-Saharan Africa Recently, a high degree of renewed interest is placed on the nutritional properties of herbal plants, which contain compounds with antioxidant activities such as Vitamin C, Carotenoids, organic selenium (Se) and flavonoids.
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Score: 1088213.8 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/comment/9207
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Comment view | المنتدى العالمي المعني بالأمن الغذائي والتغذية تجاوز إلى المحتوى الرئيسي FAO Header menu إطبع إرسال عن المنظمة في ميدان العمل البلدان الموضوعات المطبوعات المطبوعات الإحصائيات الشراكات English Español Français العربية 中文 Русский المنتدى العالمي المعني بالأمن الغذائي والتغذية المنتدى العالمي المعني بالأمن الغذائي والتغذية Main navigation Homepage معلومات أساسية الأنشطة الموارد أخبار أعضاء المنتدى الشركاء أستاذ دكتور Mohamed Salih Sudan University of Science & Technology السودان 12.11.2018 Producing Carotenoids and Selenium Enriched Eggs Using Herbal Plants for Nutritional Prevention of Chronic Diseases in Sub-Saharan Africa Recently, a high degree of renewed interest is placed on the nutritional properties of herbal plants, which contain compounds with antioxidant activities such as Vitamin C, Carotenoids, organic selenium (Se) and flavonoids.
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Score: 1088213.8 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/ar/comment/9207
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Regarding the concept of “ ethnic cleansing ”, it is worth recalling that, as noted by the United Nations Office on Genocide Prevention and the Responsibility to Protect, “ ethnic cleansing has not been recognized as an independent crime under international law, there is no precise definition of this concept or the exact acts to be qualified as ethnic cleansing .” In fact, neither the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide of 1948 nor the 1998 Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court define “ethnic cleansing”. Thus, in order to avoid any uncertainty, the Holy See suggests that that term not be included in the text. 2.
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Score: 1086801.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...HRBodies/CERD/GC36/HolySee.doc
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