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WHO | Health & environment: tools for effective decision-making Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Menu Health and Environment Linkages Initiative - HELI Priority risks Challenges in decision-making Scientific data and assessment tools Impact assessment Economic assessment Pilot projects Health & environment: tools for effective decision-making The WHO-UNEP Health and Environment Linkages Initiative (HELI): Review of initial findings © World Health Organization and United Nations Environment Programme, 2004 Preface From longstanding to emerging hazards, environmental factors are a root cause of a significant burden of death, disease and disability - globally and particularly in developing countries. (...) However, effective action requires renewed moral commitment to sustainable development and determined political action through international and national partnerships. (...) It can help decision-makers to identify mutually beneficial strategies that simultaneously promote human well-being and environmental protection and development, as well as poverty reduction.
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Score: 1006330.4 - https://www.who.int/heli/publications/brochure/en/
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We reaffirm the importance of the multilateral trading system, now institutionalized by the WTO, as a necessary framework for the beneficial conduct of international trade relations. (...) Moreover, these offers require evaluation to determine the net effect on LDCs, individually and collectively. 8. (...) We are further concerned about the weakness of Africa's participation in the WTO's policy-making processes and at the inadequacy of its representation in the WTO's management structures. 20.
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Score: 1005843.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...nist_e/min98_e/mc98_e/st72.pdf
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Nanotechnology is not a specific determinate homogenous entity, but a collection of diverse capabilities and applications. (...) This could have t he negative effect of making bioweapons cheaper and easier to acquire, eventually making their use more likely; more reliable and controllable, making them more desirable; and more effective thereby increasing their potential impact. (...) Advances in synthetic biology might, however, make them available sooner, and facilitate acquisition of the necessary capabilities.
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Score: 1005607.2 - https://www.un.org/en/chronicl...ecurity-advances-life-sciences
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Nanotechnology is not a specific determinate homogenous entity, but a collection of diverse capabilities and applications. (...) This could have t he negative effect of making bioweapons cheaper and easier to acquire, eventually making their use more likely; more reliable and controllable, making them more desirable; and more effective thereby increasing their potential impact. (...) Advances in synthetic biology might, however, make them available sooner, and facilitate acquisition of the necessary capabilities.
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Score: 1005607.2 - https://www.un.org/en/node/26099
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In the discussion during the project it became clear that much more is needed to make input privacy preservation techniques suitable for application at NSOs. (...) On the other hand, an initial consultation on what is needed to make these use cases a success. The latter relates to the environment in which these use cases will run. (...) With the track Organize a public consultancy, the consultation is first completed and based on the results of the consultation it is determined which next steps are beneficial. For the rest of the year, the working group will focus on those areas where more in-depth research is needed to make input privacy preservation techniques a success.
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Score: 1004960 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...%20Preserving%20Techniques.pdf
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Proposals for the Territories: ./ Leaders within the Territories must carefully determine that it will pursue two and a half to three years for educating its people on the benefits, advantages and disadvantages of self determination and what that mean for the Territory. (...) CONRAD HOWELL - TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS \ ......... ./ Create for itself a standing Constitution Commission that will look at the ever changing needs of its society as it relates to the Constitution, ./ Create a Committee on Foreign Affairs, Diplomatic and/or Protocol office/Committee to begin to focus as become necessary along these lines, ./ Create for itself a Paramilitary core of a size and remit of its own choosing . ./ Ensure alongside these, are institution that become pillars of the Society as they relate to Finances and the Economy, Laws and Education, etc., ./ With the assistance of the United Kingdom and the United Nations, determine the best way forward for its legal tender, and where necessary make tentative or formal agreements for use of the same, ./ Determine a means of measurement visible to all, that the "milestones" have been achieved, and that the Territory has the means to sustain itself throughout its future. (...) Demonstrate recognition of and for the rights of its Territories and their people to Self determination, .:. Work in tandem with the Territory toward this inevitability, .:.
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Score: 1003149.4 - https://www.un.org/dppa/decolo...es/2011_6_dp_conrad_howell.pdf
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As a UN Volunteer, Anja supports the UNHCR’s Refugee Status Determination Unit in Jordan, where she interviews asylum seekers to determine whether they meet the legal criteria to be recognized as refugees according to the 1951 Refugee Convention. Prior to joining UNV, Anja spent more than half a decade processing asylum cases under the Swedish Governmental Refugee Status Determination (RSD), which she found to be a rewarding experience. (...) Striking this balance to key to building healthy, ongoing, beneficial relationships that will yield fruit in the years to come.
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Score: 1002705 - https://www.unv.org/es/node/6435
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As a UN Volunteer, Anja supports the UNHCR’s Refugee Status Determination Unit in Jordan, where she interviews asylum seekers to determine whether they meet the legal criteria to be recognized as refugees according to the 1951 Refugee Convention. Prior to joining UNV, Anja spent more than half a decade processing asylum cases under the Swedish Governmental Refugee Status Determination (RSD), which she found to be a rewarding experience. (...) Striking this balance to key to building healthy, ongoing, beneficial relationships that will yield fruit in the years to come.
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Score: 1002705 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/es/node/6435
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GENERAL A/CONF.191/12 2 July 2001 Original: ENGLISH Third United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries Brussels, Belgium, 14-20 May 2001 BRUSSELS DECLARATION We, the Governments participating in the Third United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries, Gathered here in Brussels in May 2001, the first year of the new millennium, to free our fellow women, men and children from the abject and dehumanising conditions of extreme poverty, Determined to make progress towards the global goals of poverty eradication, peace and development for the least developed countries and their people, Guided by the principles set out in the Millennium Declaration and its recognition that we have a collective responsibility to uphold these principles of human dignity, equality and equity and to ensure that globalisation becomes a positive force for all the world’s people, we commit to working for the beneficial integration of the least developed countries into the global economy, resisting their marginalisation, determined to achieve accelerated sustained economic growth and sustainable development and eradicate poverty, inequality and deprivation, Recognising that the goals set out at the Second United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries have not been reached and that LDCs as a whole remain marginalised in the world economy and continue to suffer from extreme poverty, LDC progress has been undermined by lack of sufficient human, productive and institutional capacity, indebtedness, low levels of domestic and foreign investments, declining trends in ODA flows, severe structural handicaps, falling or volatile commodity prices, HIV/AIDS and for some of them violent conflicts or post-conflict situations, Having adopted a Programme of Action for the Least Developed Countries for the decade 2001-2010, GE.01-51907 UNITED NATIONS A/CONF.191/12 page 2 Declare that: 1. (...) We affirm the commitment to provide the full financing and the speedy and effective implementation of the enhanced HIPC Initiative, which is essential for freeing domestic budgetary resources for poverty reduction. We undertake to make expeditious progress towards full cancellation of outstanding official bilateral debt within the context of the enhanced HIPC Initiative.
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Score: 999532.3 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/m...004/Brussels%20Declaration.pdf
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All licensing and regulation making processes in South Africa are conducted in a transparent manner. (...) Partnership between communities and operators is beneficial as operators will not only be providing the infrastructure, but could also be used to provide the necessary training. (...) Further by the end of the year South Africa will have determined the feasibility of a fourth mobile operator and a Third National Operator (TNO).
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Score: 997655.5 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...butions/South%20Africa_rev.pdf
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