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NOTA VERBAL DE FECHA 7 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2017 DIRIGIDA AL SECRETARIO GENERAL DE LA CONFERENCIA DE DESARME POR LA MISIÓN PERMANENTE DE CHILE - PAROS
A call was made to maintain a responsible behavior by spacefaring nations in outer space and those nations to be transparent in reporting space debris and high-risk entry into orbit and to ensure the dissemination of information on space activities. (...) International Code of Conduct Malta (on behalf of the European Union) stressed that the European Union’s initiative on an International Code of Conduct (ICoC) was endorsed by the GGE and called for increased international cooperation to establish agreed standards of responsible behavior in outer space. Several delegations expressed that the ICoC should only be pursued in the right format with all relevant players and under the right conditions. (...) The EU and European delegations explained and updated the proposal to negotiate a voluntary instrument on responsible behavior in outer space activities. Many delegations emphasized the need to preserve Outer Space for exclusively peaceful purposes and avoid the weaponisation of Outer Space.
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Score: 824940.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...nsf/get?open&DS=CD/2100&Lang=E
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Harassment is unwelcome verbal or physical behavior that unreasonably interferes with work or creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work environment. (...) Staff have a responsibility to communicate clearly to their colleagues, when possible, about behavior they find offensive and would like to be stopped. (...) Mission members should avoid all forms of behavior that could constitute or be interpreted as harassment, and need to take into account prevalent cultural norms.
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Score: 823329.9 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/osagi/pdf/Eradicatingwbg.PDF
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Some progress, flatter trends (15-59) • Need more/better indicators of adolescent health – Have it as target group not bundled with the 15-59 age group – Physical health (dominated by accidents/violence with their own implications for gender differentials in health and mortality – Mental health as a precursor of adult health conditions – Period in life where behaviors are shaped with effects on health (sexual activity and STD’s, smoking, drinking and perhaps diet and physical activity) • Adult women’s health and attention to chronic diseases associated with women’s role/occupations and emerging as important risks that are replacing infectious diseases) – Women health and mother’s health and the connection to mortality in 0-1 Adult health • Target? (...) Mostly centered on – Behaviors/resources to enhance maternal health – Same but for neonatal health and mortality – Conditions that drive exposure to chronic illnesses • Sexual behaviors • Smoking • Alcohol • Diet • Physical activity Where have we seen health promotion and using what tools? • Target areas: – Fam planning: fertility and maternal health – Perinatal behavior (prenatal care, etc… – Vaccination – Screening for STD’s – Substance abuse – Nutritional abuse • Incentive based interventions – Cost-effectiveness problems – Better research focused on behaviors rather than outcomes – Ethical issues involving some (but not all) incentive-based interventions What interventions?
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Score: 823165.2 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...mmary_Alberto%20Palloni%20.pdf
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Women are tempted into non-violent criminal behavior with a great deal of exposure, they are socially known as "mulas", and represent the last link in the criminal organization chain, and the most vulnerable of course. (...) Degrading requisition, to which women are subjugated, consisting in parcial or total nudity while checking private parts of their bodies, are a real example of this behavior. Women are forced to show their body for the examination in a humiliating way.
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Score: 821568.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=A/HRC/23/NGO/8&Lang=E
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WRITTEN STATEMENT SUBMITTED BY THE CHILD FOUNDATION
Like all conscientious nongovernmental organizations across the world, the Child Foundation, as a nongovernmental organization whose main goal and responsibility is to provide poor children with suitable facilities to study, cannot accept the behavior of Israeli officials who have so far shown no sign of remorse and still insist on the continuation of this conflict. (...) However, such measures have failed to bring about any change in Israel’s behavior. We urge the Human Rights Council, especially the fact-finding commission that has been set up following its latest extraordinary session, to investigate especially the deaths of about 500 Palestinian children through disproportionate and intentional targeting of civilian areas by Israel, and pave the way for judicial prosecution of those who have perpetrated these crimes.
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Score: 821568.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=A/HRC/27/NGO/45&Lang=E
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INTERNET DATA COLLECTION AT THE U.S. CENSUS BUREAU : THE CENSUS TAKER SYSTEM : SUPPORTING PAPER / SUBMITTED BY THE U.S. CENSUS BUREAU, UNITED STATES
Research has shown that this consistency has helped users familiarize themselves with the electronic reporting process. B. Logic and Behavior 33. In terms of logic and behavior, simple data checks such as response data types and formats are built-in to CTS. More complex data checks are included by adding a parameter that calls customized logic components or extensions to the CTS default behavior. Branching or skip patterns are easily incorporated into a form; they are also parameter driven and for the most part require no programming knowledge. 34. (...) At the end of the form, a status page lists the unresolved problems in the form; a user can jump directly to each question for correction without having to navigate through the form. 35. All the behavior described above is implemented with server side programs.
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Score: 821490 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=CES/AC.71/2004/10&Lang=E
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Understanding the impact of COVID-19 on caregiving behaviors and vaccine perceptions | UNICEF Lebanon Skip to main content Lebanon Toggle navigation English العربية Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Lebanon EXPLORE UNICEF ABOUT US Who We Are Yukie Mokuo Campaigns Emergencies Lebanon Neighbourhood Profiles Imagine a School Exposure Contact Us Press Centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Report Understanding the impact of COVID-19 on caregiving behaviors and vaccine perceptions COVID19 impact on the lives of children and young boys and girls UNICEF/UN0199452/Khuzaie Highlights This research, used the behavioral drivers model to  understand drivers  why individuals are not continuing to abide by social distancing and mask wearing recommendations, despite high understanding of their benefits and the risks for not engaging in them, while others are abiding by it. (...) In addition to identify the narrative influencing individual’s behaviors and highlight people’s concerns about the COVID-19 vaccines.
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Score: 819297.8 - https://www.unicef.org/lebanon...aviors-and-vaccine-perceptions
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Children do not just imitate their parents or repeat their teachers’ words and behavior, they believe what they to them about themselves.    (...) Reconsidering our parenting methods Disobedience or bad behavior is not the only alarming behavior that should make caregivers reconsider their parenting methods. (...) Include apologizing If the negative behavior affects another person. Example: “If you break someone’s stuff, you have to apologize and help them fix it.”
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Score: 818418.26 - https://www.unicef.org/egypt/raising-younger-children
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JOINT WORKING PAPER. SUBMITTED BY THE ARGENTINE REPUBLIC, THE REPUBLIC OF COSTA RICA, THE REP ECUADOR, THE REP EL SALVADOR, THE REP OF PANAMA, THE STATE OF PALESTINE, THE REP PERU, THE REP PHILIPPINES, THE REP OF SIERRALEONE AND THE EASTER REP OF URUGUAY
(l) States already endeavor to exercise responsible behavior in terms of governing the development of technologies, including advanced weapon systems, but such responsible behavior is absent in armed non-State actors. (...) This element shall explore possible positive obligations with regard to ensuring responsible State behavior in the aspects of developing, utilizing, and deploying advanced weapons and weapon systems.
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Score: 818120.36 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...&DS=CCW/GGE.1/2021/WP.7&Lang=E
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Highlight inappropriate and unacceptable behaviors and remind them of the anti-bullying guidelines and norms established at the school/classroom level. Help them by understanding the reasons behind their bullying behavior (such as problems they face at home, lack of enough attention, exposure to bullying behaviors, etc.). (...) Demonstrate an assertive non-aggressive behavior without causing the offender any harm. What can we do at school to fight bullying?
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Score: 817303.6 - https://www.unicef.org/egypt/bullying/tips-teachers
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