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IMPLEMENTATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL COVENANT ON ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS : INITIAL REPORTS SUBMITTED BY STATES PARTIES TO THE COVENANT CONCERNING RIGHTS COVERED BY ARTICLES 6 TO 9, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE 1ST STAGE OF THE PROGRAMME ESTABLISHED BY THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL IN ITS RESOLUTION 1988 (LX) : NICARAGUA
Subsequently, any of the following conclusions may be reached; (a) Justified dismissal; (b) Reinstatement under the terms of article 116 of the Labour Code; (c) Dismissal with indemnity for years of service. (...) Provisions concerning occupational hazards and the reporting of occupational accidents are set forth in articles 82 to 118 and in articles 297 to 301 respectively. 52. In mote specific terms the Labour Code comprises the following legal instruments: 1. (...) In other words, pensions were awarded to workers in various social groups who, because of their outstanding merits or long service, deserved to be protected. It can be seen from the for
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Although the Treaty for the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) had entered into force long ago, nuclear Powers such as the “Zionist entity” still rejected the Treaty and inspections by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).   (...) Second, keeping weapons of mass destruction was not viable or feasible in the long run, and results could be tragic and unpredictable.  (...) Although the NPT had entered into force long ago, disappointments still remained.  For example, nuclear Powers such as the “Zionist entity” still rejected the Treaty and inspections by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). 
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Score: 1470293.75 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-213386/
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The numbers of tourists that go missing are not high in Nepal, but the very fact that the authorities take long to locate missing tourists bother many would-be travelers. (...) If Nepal is not to miss out, first and foremost, the mindset of the current government leadership needs to be broadened to think in terms of IoT. We will not be surprised if the traffic lights that are being purchased by the government to equip Kathmandu’s valley’s intersection are based on technologies of the last century, when they should in fact be based on IoT. (...) The government of Nepal and the new mayors of the Kathmandu and Lalitpur metropolitan cities should also start thinking in terms of IoT, where and when possible, so that both the cities end up becoming truly smart.
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The numbers of tourists that go missing are not high in Nepal, but the very fact that the authorities take long to locate missing tourists bother many would-be travelers. (...) If Nepal is not to miss out, first and foremost, the mindset of the current government leadership needs to be broadened to think in terms of IoT. We will not be surprised if the traffic lights that are being purchased by the government to equip Kathmandu’s valley’s intersection are based on technologies of the last century, when they should in fact be based on IoT. (...) The government of Nepal and the new mayors of the Kathmandu and Lalitpur metropolitan cities should also start thinking in terms of IoT, where and when possible, so that both the cities end up becoming truly smart.
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Score: 1156681 - https://publicadministration.u...Media/ID/1895/Heil-Machine-Age
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ANGUILLA : WORKING PAPER / PREPARED BY THE SECRETARIAT
The surplus will be dedicated to a reserve fund used to help retire long-term government debt and to finance future public sector investment projects. (...) The sector is expected to recover, however, and analysts say long-term growth perspectives are favourable.6 20. (...) The hurricane also interrupted the long-line fisheries development project, which is in part funded by the administering Power’s Department for International Development. 2.
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ECONOMIC SITUATION IN THE ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE REGION (EUROPE, NORTH AMERICA AND THE COMMONWEALTH OF INDEPENDENT STATES), 2013-2014
A similar pattern is likely for the Western European economies, as their long-term growth rates have been quite similar to those of the United States; over the period from 1870 to 2010, United States per capita income increased at an annual rate of 1.9 per cent, while the rate in Germany and France increased at 1.7 per cent. (...) This development has reduced short-term growth and employment by reducing aggregate demand and will likely affect medium- to long-term growth. (...) Uncertainty about whether this is temporary, owing to discouraged workers who are likely to return to the labour force once unemployment falls, or is a permanent long-term structural change due to the ageing of the workforce, has made the conduct of macroeconomic policy more difficult. 41.
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INDICATORS MEASURING THE SUSTAINABILITY OF TOURISM : SEVERAL CONSIDERATIONS AND RESULTS FROM THE AUSTRIAN PERSPECTIVE : SUPPORTING PAPER / SUBMITTED BY STATISTICS AUSTRIA
Therefore, the common understanding of “sustainability” depends on “who” is working with and applying indicators; there are as many definitions of sustainability as there are researchers and organizations dealing with the term:4 · “To be sustainable, development must improve economic efficiency, protect and restore ecological systems, and enhance the well-being of all peoples.” (The International Institute for Sustainable Development, IISD) · “Sustainable Development is our long-term cultural, economic, and environmental health and vitality.”
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY OFFICIAL RECORDS, 48TH SESSION : 67TH PLENARY MEETING, WEDNESDAY, 1 DECEMBER 1993, NEW YORK
Nuclear proliferation and an arms race cast long shadows over the Middle East, and dangerous Muslim fanatics threaten to bring a dark age to the region. (...) The Declaration of Principles, however, is only the beginning in the long search for permanent peace in the Middle East. (...) The time has come to look beyond short-term considerations. We must have a clear vision of the future.
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ASSISTANCE TO STUDENT REFUGEES FROM NAMIBIA, ZIMBABWE AND SOUTH AFRICA : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Stud.ent refugees vho are attending school or university receive a clothing al-lowance, pocket-moneye textbook al-J.owance and, during vacatione a subsistence a.l-l-oi"lance. For Zimbabvean stud.ents who wish te continue their studies i.n Botsvanait is thought that, by a reallocation of avail-able funds, they coul-d. be provided with a small travel allowance which woul-d enabl-e them to visit their femilies in Zimbabwe at least orlce a yeare d.uring the holid.ays. (...) The avarding agency usually paysr in add.ition to tuition, board.ing and alfovances both d.uring the scholastic term and- the vacation period.s. l+8. A11 refugees may avail themselves of the country's health facil-ities. (...) The Governmenthas arready purchaseiL one farm for the resettlement of the refugees an6 isnlnnnino *n -"-:hase more 1and. in the same area to settle more families and theirwv y4r \l-ivestock. 90' rn visiting the areae the nission noted. that a temporary school had beenconstructed-" The frrnds for the construction were provided by CARITAS, Switzerlan6,vhich also provicled- textbooks, teaching aids and school furnishings anl has helpe6to meet the salaries of teaching staff" The enrolment at the school- was 273pupils" The construction of a more permanent structure is includ.ed. in thelong-term plans for the settlement as is also the exnansion nf rwo existing school-s in the area. 9l-' During a979, UNHCR continued. to provid.e additional emergency need.s for nevarrivals to the area in the way of c1othing, blankets, d-omestic utensils,agricultural equipment and. need.s.
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY OFFICIAL RECORDS, 58TH SESSION : 1ST COMMITTEE, 11TH MEETING, MONDAY, 20 OCTOBER 2003, NEW YORK
In the course of three meetings, the experts analysed a large volume of documentation and information accumulated in recent years and evaluated in broad terms the various subject areas, exploring possible solutions and proposing practical suggestions without losing sight of the political circumstances surrounding the Register. (...) As the world witnessed in 2002, when terrorists using MANPADs narrowly missed bringing down a plane full of vacationers in Kenya, this weapon threatens the safety of civil aviation and can kill or injure innocent civilians.
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