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Wherever the architects of neo- liberalism gathered, they were met with massive challenges on the streets. (...) But as the initial site of neo-liberalism's devastating experiment, Latin America was also the first explosive site of anti-neo-liberal rebellion. (...) Could it be that there is a direct correlation between this data and Venezuela's pursuit of an alternative viable market democracy?
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Score: 1546196.6 - https://www.un.org/webcast/ga/59/statements/veneng040924.pdf
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Background Near-Earth objects (NEOs) represent potentially catastrophic threats to our planet.  NEO  is an asteroid or comet, which passes close to the Earth's orbit. (...) The  United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA)   has worked on NEOs for many years, recognising a NEO impact hazard as a global issue demanding an international response.
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Score: 1465344.9 - https://www.un.org/en/node/77066
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Background Near-Earth objects (NEOs) represent potentially catastrophic threats to our planet.  NEO  is an asteroid or comet, which passes close to the Earth's orbit. (...) The  United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA)   has worked on NEOs for many years, recognising a NEO impact hazard as a global issue demanding an international response.
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Score: 1465344.9 - https://www.un.org/en/observances/asteroid-day
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Map of Pacific Islands Australasia and the Pacific Island Countries and Territories Australian GRB story illustrates: the economic and political context is critical in how gender budgeting operates and what can be achieved Nothing stays the same and GRB have to respond strategically to new contexts A ‘strong’ women’s machinery of government that forms contingent alliances is important shouldn’t be made accountable for GRB. Phase 1:Neo-Keynesian policy context Strong equality/reducing inequality policy role of government Organised women’s movement Well resourced women’s machinery of government Institutional power of women’s policy machinery and the building of contingent alliances Phase 2: Restructuring and Neo-liberal policy reform Unravelling of the ‘femocrat’ GRB Restructuring of the public sector along new public management principles Cutbacks in the women’s policy machinery Formal elimination of ‘women’s budget’ processes Discourse of ‘governing for the mainstream’ with women re-positioned as special interest groups Defunding NGO’s critical of the government Phase 3: Maturing neoliberalism Holding operations and the emergence of new forms of engagement Women’s machinery kept on informing the public about gender and the budget (but not called gender budgeting) Refunding, but shifting the women’s policy machinery to the Families and Community Services departments Finding ways to engage- stopping the worst; costs of inequality; performance indicators; whole of government consultations; other spaces? (...) Republic of the Marshall Island (RMI) Samoa (youth/gender sensitive model) Fiji (gender mainstreaming with some direct budgetary engagement) Raise awareness of the gender issues of budgets and programs Foster government accountabilities for the gender impacts of budgets Change resource allocations and policies to promote gender equality Goals of Gender Responsive Budgets (Sharp 2002) Awareness raising was the main achievement Small investments in gender budget work does raise awareness and understanding in government and NGOs of gender issues in budgets and programs Can open the door for changes if there is high level political commitment Fostering accountability mechanisms limited in pilots Participants often recognised the need for changes but often don’t have the authority to press for greater budgetary accountability in relation to gender Can highlight what will be required to change resource allocations This is valuable but the momentum for budgetary changes can quickly dissipate when the donor assistance ceases GRB’s and financing gender equality and women’s empowerment? Engagement with government finances is essential but GRB’s are not a panacea- one component of a multi pronged package A political and economic context which gives priority to equality nurtures GRB’s Need to find more spaces and ways to effectively engage with budgets from a gender perspective in neo-liberal political and economic contexts A strong women’s policy machinery, civil society voices and high level political commitment are ingredients for success Donor funded initiatives need to invest in the potential that exists but also need to have a strategy for assisting in sustaining the process beyond a year or so.
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Score: 1374727.4 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...esentations/Rhonda%20Sharp.pdf
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Achiume also presented her report on racism and combatting the glorification of Nazism, neo-Nazism and related ideologies. She expressed alarm that the territorial aggression in Ukraine had been justified on the purported basis of eliminating neo-Nazism. (...) The use of distorted allegations of neo-Nazism as a pretext to justify territorial aggression was unacceptable and seriously undermined genuine attempts to combat neo-Nazism. (...) The use of distorted allegations of neo-Nazism as a pretext to justify territorial aggression was unacceptable and seriously undermined genuine attempts to combat neo-Nazism.
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Score: 1350058.6 - https://www.ungeneva.org/ar/ne...e-achiume-insiste-sur-lurgente
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. • Airlines have been replacing old models with new quieter aircraft – over 15,000 since 2009 at a cost of $1 trillion Land-use management & planning • Land-use planning has a direct effect on the number of people affected by aircraft noise • Proper land-use planning policies are critical to preserve the noise reductions achieved through the introduction of quieter aircraft Operational measures • Lead to direct environmental benefits – e.g. lower noise operations, flight paths over less-noise sensitive areas and optimum drag profiles • Consultation of all stakeholders • Safety remains the prime consideration Operating restrictions: a “last resort” • Operating restrictions limit the ability of airlines to schedule flights in an optimal manner • They worsen existing capacity constraints and may result in additional congestion Restrictions to be based on certified levels • Recognized in Resolution A39-1, App. E • Principle is important to avoid: – Operators penalized even if they operate quieter aircraft • Example: quota count scheme which assimilates B77X to B77W or NEOs to CEOs – Airlines being penalized even if they comply with all certification/ATC requirements • Example: restriction based on noise levels measured on the ground Take-aways • Authorities must adopt the Balanced Approach to address noise problems in a cost-effective manner • There are other important ICAO policies that must be followed, in particular in Assembly Resolution A39-1
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Score: 1335319.1 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...ichel%20Adam%20Session%202.pdf
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Achiume also presented her report on racism and combatting the glorification of Nazism, neo-Nazism and related ideologies. She expressed alarm that the territorial aggression in Ukraine had been justified on the purported basis of eliminating neo-Nazism. (...) The use of distorted allegations of neo-Nazism as a pretext to justify territorial aggression was unacceptable and seriously undermined genuine attempts to combat neo-Nazism. (...) The use of distorted allegations of neo-Nazism as a pretext to justify territorial aggression was unacceptable and seriously undermined genuine attempts to combat neo-Nazism.
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Score: 1322338.3 - https://www.ungeneva.org/en/ne...e-achiume-insiste-sur-lurgente
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Achiume also presented her report on racism and combatting the glorification of Nazism, neo-Nazism and related ideologies. She expressed alarm that the territorial aggression in Ukraine had been justified on the purported basis of eliminating neo-Nazism. (...) The use of distorted allegations of neo-Nazism as a pretext to justify territorial aggression was unacceptable and seriously undermined genuine attempts to combat neo-Nazism. (...) The use of distorted allegations of neo-Nazism as a pretext to justify territorial aggression was unacceptable and seriously undermined genuine attempts to combat neo-Nazism.
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Score: 1322338.3 - https://www.ungeneva.org/ru/ne...e-achiume-insiste-sur-lurgente
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Achiume also presented her report on racism and combatting the glorification of Nazism, neo-Nazism and related ideologies.  She expressed alarm that the territorial aggression in Ukraine had been justified on the purported basis of eliminating neo-Nazism. (...) The use of distorted allegations of neo-Nazism as a pretext to justify territorial aggression was unacceptable and seriously undermined genuine attempts to combat neo-Nazism. (...) The use of distorted allegations of neo-Nazism as a pretext to justify territorial aggression was unacceptable and seriously undermined genuine attempts to combat neo-Nazism.
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Score: 1322338.3 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/press...ncil-2030-agenda-characterised
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Achiume also presented her report on racism and combatting the glorification of Nazism, neo-Nazism and related ideologies. She expressed alarm that the territorial aggression in Ukraine had been justified on the purported basis of eliminating neo-Nazism. (...) The use of distorted allegations of neo-Nazism as a pretext to justify territorial aggression was unacceptable and seriously undermined genuine attempts to combat neo-Nazism. (...) The use of distorted allegations of neo-Nazism as a pretext to justify territorial aggression was unacceptable and seriously undermined genuine attempts to combat neo-Nazism.
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Score: 1322338.3 - https://www.ungeneva.org/zh/ne...e-achiume-insiste-sur-lurgente
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