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AIDE-MEMOIRE ON PROPOSED UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION ON DESTRUCTIVE DIRECT-ASCENT ANTI-SATELLITE MISSILE TESTING. SUBMITTED BY THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
This resolution demonstrates the commitment of the United States to developing transparency and confidence-building measures and norms of responsible behavior for outer space activities that could ultimately lead towards the negotiation of a legally binding agreement limiting destructive direct-ascent anti-satellite missile tests. (...) Rather than add terms like “harmful debris,” which could introduce subjectivity and result in distracting arguments about whether the debris generated by a particular direct-ascent ASAT missile test is “harmful,” the United States instead focused on the behavior that we seek to prevent, not just the outcome. (...) As history has shown, developing a norm of responsible behavior first as a non- binding commitment can eventually lead to its inclusion in future legally binding agreements.
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Score: 885181.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...&DS=A/AC.294/2022/WP.21&Lang=E
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In other words, people’s behaviors are determined by the directive correlation between the individual and his/her environment. (...) The enhancement of effectivities/affordances gives rise to ideal-seeking behavior through the purposeful pursuit of ideals. The future of humanity is increasingly determined by the choices people make and their behavior, because ideal-seeking behavior and choice are intimately related (Ackoff & Emery, 1972).
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Score: 884938.7 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/zh-hans/comment/4164
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In other words, people’s behaviors are determined by the directive correlation between the individual and his/her environment. (...) The enhancement of effectivities/affordances gives rise to ideal-seeking behavior through the purposeful pursuit of ideals. The future of humanity is increasingly determined by the choices people make and their behavior, because ideal-seeking behavior and choice are intimately related (Ackoff & Emery, 1972).
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Score: 884938.7 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/zh-hans/comment/4164
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 Page 132 - Proceedings of the 2018 ITU Kaleidoscope           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 132 - Proceedings of the 2018 ITU Kaleidoscope P. 132 2018 ITU Kaleidoscope Academic Conference As per the ITU-T recommendation X.1157 – “Technical to solve these problems by providing automatic detection of capabilities of fraud detection and response for services suspicious behavior that uses contextual information. The with high assurance level requirements”, behavior profiling idea of using context space model for abnormal activity employs a learning phase that builds profiles of normal detection used by Xiang et al. [15] models both abnormal activity for discrete event sources collected by monitoring and normal behaviors. (...) But for HMM is used to predict anomalous events in specific identifying group behaviors like panicking, convergence or regions of the crowd. (...) The particle movements in the context based abnormal behaviors has been an important video input are captured using optical flow.
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Score: 884938.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page132.html
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PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT :WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY AL BARAEM ASSOCIATION FOR CHARITABLE WORK
Among the most prominent of these problems: Determining the intellectual and moral path: One of the most important problems facing a person at this stage is determining his intellectual path and the moral one, which, as a main factor, entails his behaviors in society, and controls this behavior what a person thinks and imagination, he may be a negative thinking that results in bad morals and vice versa. Drop out of studies: Study is one of the most important factors driving youth to define their goals and know their path, and if the study is dropped, it is necessary, the dispersion of ideas and orientation to anti-moral behaviors as rates increase crime due to not having anything to fill their spare time with benefit, in addition to that young people are exposed to psychological problems if the desire to study is present but for various reasons, he was dropped out.
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Score: 883765.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=A/HRC/45/NGO/151&Lang=E
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It is now more evident than ever before, that we need to change our habits and behaviors to successfully adapt to ecological crises. (...) The value systems and views of communities and individuals towards environmental issues vary; therefore, the motives of why people engage in conservation of the environment also differ. However, behavior research in developing countries or countries that are in the early stages of implementing environmental policies or are often not focused on environmental conservation behavior. (...) Results showed that they engaged relatively similarly in some behaviors, such as picking up their litter in nature, purchasing drinks in reusable packaging, and recycling batteries.
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Score: 882416.3 - https://www.un.org/en/academic...mental-psychology-young-people
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It is now more evident than ever before, that we need to change our habits and behaviors to successfully adapt to ecological crises. (...) The value systems and views of communities and individuals towards environmental issues vary; therefore, the motives of why people engage in conservation of the environment also differ. However, behavior research in developing countries or countries that are in the early stages of implementing environmental policies or are often not focused on environmental conservation behavior. (...) Results showed that they engaged relatively similarly in some behaviors, such as picking up their litter in nature, purchasing drinks in reusable packaging, and recycling batteries.
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Score: 882416.3 - https://www.un.org/en/node/179299
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RACISM, RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, XENOPHOBIA AND RELATED FORMS OF INTOLERANCE, FOLLOW-UP AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE DURBAN DECLARATION AND PROGRAMME OF ACTION : JOINT WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR THE ELIMINATION OF ALL FORMS OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, INTERNATIONAL-LAWYERS.ORG, UNION OF ARAB JURISTS, UNITED TOWNS AGENCY FOR NORTH-SOUTH COOPERATION, INTERNATIONAL EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, INC., WORLD PEACE COUNCIL
States must be reminded of the international treaties that require them to prevent this type of discriminatory behavior. In 1963, the United Nations (UN) Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination was adopted by the General Assembly. (...) Germany In recent years, Germany has seen an intense rise of racist and neo-Nazi behavior. Some demonstrations are even taking place in former concentration camps by challenging the tour guides with holocaust denial, taking selfies in front of crematories, and displaying the Hitler salute. (...) States must hold accountable anyone that is involved in discriminatory behavior. Government officials and politicians, in particular, have an enormous public platform and influence over citizens and it is extremely important for stricter laws and regulations to be implemented so everyone can be held accountable.
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Score: 881682.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=A/HRC/45/NGO/136&Lang=E
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FOLLOW-UP TO THE 4TH WORLD CONFERENCE ON WOMEN AND TO THE SPECIAL SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY ENTITLED "WOMEN 2000 : GENDER EQUALITY, DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE FOR THE 21ST CENTURY" : IMPLEMENTATION OF STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES AND ACTION IN THE CRITICAL AREAS OF CONCERN AND FURTHER ACTIONS AND INITIATIVES : THE ROLE OF MEN AND BOYS IN ACHIEVING GENDER EQUALITY : STATEMENT
Historian Gail Collins explained in her book, AMERICA’S WOMEN, that one of the most important social roles women play in history is “getting men to behave” by channeling their passions and work behaviors in socially productive ways.1 Marriage has served the following purposes in all known human civilizations: • Marriage regulates sexuality, keeping it confined to committed, loving relationships (...) Amato and Fernando Rivera, “Paternal Involvement and Children’s Behavior Problems,” Journal of Marriage and the Family 61 (1999): 375-384. 21 Kyle D. (...) (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1993). 25 Forensic Psychologist Shawn Johnston, quoted in The Pittsburgh Tribune Review, March 29, 1998, from Wade and Sylvester, 2002, p. 106; Anne Hill and June O’Neil, Underclass Behaviors in the United States: Measures and Analysis of Determinants, (New York: City University of New York, 1993). 26 Robert R.
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Score: 880437.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=E/CN.6/2004/NGO/29&Lang=E
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Sayantan Ghosal co-ordinates the interdisciplinary network “Behavior, Structure and Interventions”at the University of Glasgow and is an academic ambassador for the research beacon “Addressing Inequalities”. (...) His research has been cited and discussed in the World Development Report 2015, the New York Times, The Times, The Guardian, The Handbook of Behavioral Economics (in the Chapter on "Behavioral Development Economics" by Kremer, Michael, Gautam Rao, and Frank Schilbach) and the presidential address to the European Economic Association by Eliana le Ferrara. (...) His research has been cited and discussed in the World Development Report 2015, the New York Times, The Times, The Guardian, The Handbook of Behavioral Economics (in the Chapter on "Behavioral Development Economics" by Kremer, Michael, Gautam Rao, and Frank Schilbach) and the presidential address to the European Economic Association by Eliana le Ferrara.
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Score: 880048.9 - en.unesco.org/inclusive...olicylab/users/sayantan-ghosal
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