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Osei stated in his interview to the investigators: “In Dungu we get random emails from people unknown making false allegations against staff members of which we suspect people. (...) The report refers to the habit prevailing in the region of people sending malicious messages. This is what the report mentions: It is important to mention that some malicious people have now the habit of sending anonymous emails to the higher MONUSCO hierarchy in order to spoil the reputation of other staff. (...) Because a non-MONUSCO staff cannot have the e-mail addresses of the people copied at all levels (emphasis added). Testimony of Mr.
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Score: 853625.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-022.pdf
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Changing how we think, feel and act towards age and ageing 3. Deliver integrated care and primary health services responsive to older people 4. (...) Changing how we think, feel and act towards age and ageing 2. Ensure that communities foster the abilities of older people 3. (...) Changing how we think, feel and act towards age and ageing 2. Ensure that communities foster the abilities of older people 3.
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Score: 849192.5 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...Mapping%20SDG_Decade_MIPAA.pdf
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AgingPeople_in_PrisonHR_campaign1 Aging People in Prison Human Rights Campaign MISSION: To advocate, educate, and lobby for the release of aging people in prison. VISION: For aging people in prison to be released, returned to their families, and to rebuild families, communities, and society ORGANIZATIONAL PURPOSE: Work towards having the human rights of aging people recognized; in order for them to be released and returned to families to begin the process of reintegration and rebuilding communities and a more humane society. Platforms: Parole · Modify Parole Boards and Processes across the nation to reflect a more civilian inclusive parole process. · Advocate for more use of release mechanisms already in place: geriatric/medical parole, compassionate release, clemency, etc. · Local governmental authority to monitor, appoint, and terminate parole commissioners. · Local governmental authority to utilize release mechanisms on behalf of aging people in prison from their state, cities, districts, etc. · Push to limit the length of time a victim impact can be used to contribute to parole decisions Age · Advocate raising the age of elderly people in prison to 50 years old · Recognize illness and length of time served in prison as contributing factors to premature aging of a prisoner · Release elders in prison automatically in their 3rd, 4th, 5th or 6th decade of imprisonment. · Release elders in prison automatically in their 60s and above Punishment Paradigm to Human Rights Paradigm · The prisoner’s crime after 3-6 decades or more is no longer the original crime sentenced for, but the length of time itself spent in prison by the prisoner. · The extreme sentencing of people to decades in prison; resulting in a massive elderly prisoner population within America. · Aging people in prison result in a massive family and community breakdown generationally. · Aging people in prison result in the separation of parents and grandparents from their children and grandchildren. · Aging people in prison creates a cycle of generational incarceration. · Aging people in prison creates several generations of children literally growing up with no parents in their human development. · The maximum sentence of prison terms in Europe is 25 years for the worst of crimes. · The International Criminal Court has no death penalty for world leaders accused of mass genocides of thousands of people. · The International Criminal Court sentences world leaders accused of mass genocides of thousands of people to no more than 20 years in prison, most convicted do no more than 15 years in a prison. · A human made of flesh and blood is not made to exist in concrete and steel for decades inside of a prison. · The human brain is not made to absorb the cognitive, mental, and physiological impact of serving decades in a structure made of concrete and steel. · Aging people in prison of African descent extend from the legacy of slavery and the 13th amendment which places them in the punishment paradigm. · Aging people in prison of African descent is an extension of the enslavement selling process where the mother, father, and children are separated and sent to governmental managed institutions. · Aging people in prison is a violation of the 8th amendment. · Aging people in prison negates their human rights.
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Score: 846088 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ople_in_PrisonHR_campaign1.doc
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Brussels, 1st June 2016 AGE response to OHCHR questionnaire on article 5 of the UNCRPD In this paper AGE Platform Europe (AGE), as the largest representative organisation of older people at European level brings the views of our members that directly represent more than 40 million older people across the EU. (...) Answer to 3rd question of OHCHR questionnaire: Structural discrimination against older people with disabilities While not all older people are persons with disabilities, the likelihood of acquiring a disability increases with age. (...) AGE members report the fragmentation of policies for people with disabilities of working age and those that are eligible for old age pension 8.
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Score: 843651.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...n/NGOs/AGE_platform_europe.pdf
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Age Friendly Ireland provides guidance to the Alliances as they engage and consult widely with older people. (...) Through an Alliance’s Age Friendly Strategy, participating service providers and businesses become accountable to each other, and to older people, for the age-friendly actions they take. (...) Age Friendly is an international movement encouraging towns and cities to create age friendly spaces in which older people can live and grow old in their communities.
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Score: 842595.4 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...iles/2021-03/Ireland_CN_EN.pdf
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Osei stated in his interview to the investigators: “In Dungu we get random emails from people unknown making false allegations against staff members of which we suspect people. (...) … The report refers to the habit prevailing in the region of people sending malicious messages. This is what the report mentions: It is important to mention that some malicious people have now the habit of sending anonymous emails to the higher MONUSCO hierarchy in order to spoil the reputation of other staff. (...) Because a non-MONUSCO staff cannot have the e-mail addresses of the people copied at all levels (emphasis added).
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Score: 841779.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2017-UNAT-741.pdf
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Context & Enabling Environment for Participation on Ageing Praiseworthy: Good Cooperation with the Focal Point on Ageing and the UNFPA support Active Ageing Networks Local Public Authorities Active Ageing Initiative Groups Community members OLDER PEOPLE Community Participation Model Participatio n/advocac y/policy dialogue Developin g Policy & Advocacy Plans to address needs Empower ment & Capacity building Raising Awareness of/Sensitiz ing Local Authorities on needs Participat ion in decision making Mapping of needs and services for OP Self-help, Peer-to- peer support Community mobilizatio n Public Policy monitoring /implemen tation of needs Protecting the rights of older people in Moldova and supporting work on mainstreaming ageing into public policies through policy analysis and policy dialogue. Analyse existing policies and legislation in the areas relevant to older people and ageing Respond to policy consultation process on emerging polices related to older people and ageing Strengthen capacity of the members of the Platform on Active Ageing in the area of policy work Consolidate and develop internal functioning mechanisms of the Platform Advocacy activities with the relevant government ministries to support integration of the needs of older people in public policies. (...) Gaps and Recommendations Gaps • Insufficient Human Resources at government level to implement ageing perspectives. • Poor communication and coordination on ageing issues of the Ministry's departments and cross Ministerial cooperation that limits meaningful participation of CSOs and older people • Not all government officials have sufficient capacity to mainstream ageing into public policies. • There is no Coordination Group on Ageing that would include the Ageing CSOs or older people and government • There are no regular Platforms for Policy Dialogue (spaces for meetings with the government) • The policy development based on MIPAA recommendation are implemented largely civil society, the role of the Ministry should be more proactive Recommendations • Continue to increase awareness about ageing and rights of older people at all levels of the government as the older people are still being treated as consumers of benefits • Ageing should be a matter of all ministries and government structures not just the Focal Point on Ageing and capacity should be built on mainstreaming ageing of all officials • Create a Coordination Group on Ageing and a functional National Committee/Council on Ageing and establish Councils of Elderly under local public administration. • Develop Regular Policy Dialogue Platforms/spaces with participation of government officials, CSOs & OP • Involve older people in consultations on policy design and policy monitoring (promote social accountability). • Continue collaboration with civil society and continue strengthening the mini- grants programme within the MHL&SP.
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Score: 841337.3 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...Sorocan-Republic-Moldova_0.pdf
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TILDA  is  a  10  year  longitudinal  study  of  a  representative sample of 8,000 people aged 50 years and over on a periodic basis.    (...) In 2010, Ireland had the ninth highest employment rate for people aged 55‐64  in the EU  in 2010 at  50% (EU average of 46.3%). 58.1% of men and 42% of women aged 55‐64 were employed  in 2010.  (...) Projections suggest that there will be less than two people in Ireland of working age to every person  aged 65 or over by the middle of the century, compared to almost six people of working age to every  person  aged  65  or  over  today.   
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Score: 839686.1 - https://unece.org/DAM/pau/age/country_rpts/IRL_report.pdf
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More than 3,8 million and 280.000 people respectively are beneficiaries of both active ageing programmes. (...) That is the most important policy dealed with ageing. Its scope is broader than older people, but more than 80% of persons in depedency situation who need long term care are 65+ people. (...) (www.policia.es) dealed with people who live alone. Population ageing are not officialy included in school/education curricula.
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Score: 839660.2 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul.../files/2021-03/Spain_CN_EN.pdf
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By 2050, the world’s population of people aged 60 years and older will double (2.1 billion). (...) As people age, they are more likely to experience several conditions at the same time. (...) Other people experience significant declines in capacities at much younger ages.
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Score: 839219.7 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...heets/detail/ageing-and-health
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