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Cole: First, let me point out what we believe the youths have—ideas. However, there must be a match between their ideas and access to innovations. (...) Once the government sets policies that allow you to take an idea, channel it through some territory and through that territory that idea hits this huge market, it’s done. (...) Let’s first of all create the environment that helps their ideas to fertilize. What cooperation are you getting from policy makers?
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I scooped the water out with my t-shirt.” Daouda’s boat was eventually rescued by the Italian Coast Guard and he had been held in the migrant registration centre on the Italian island of Lampedusa for five days when he spoke to a monitoring team from the UN Human Rights Office. (...) “This is not just when they first get off the boat but in the centres. You have children who have been there for months, you have adults that are in vulnerable situations who have no idea what the future holds.”
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Score: 1030270.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/stori...ms-they-await-uncertain-future
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SDGia is a global impact accelerator programme engaging private sector and government since 2019. News Innovative ideas in vocational training competed at Educathon Read more News Pride Week 2022: a potential stepping-stone for enhancing LGBTQI+ rights protection in Georgia Read more News District Commissioner’s Office of Nickerie receives boat, boating gear and PPE To support the Nickerie community, the GCCA+ Phase 2 Project, funded by the European Union (EU) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Suriname, hand...
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Score: 1030270.9 - https://www.undp.org/turkiye/n...a-implementation-phase-marches
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To prepare for the discussion, delegations are invited to refer to the report of the Secretary-General on global economic governance and development (A/67/69). http://undocs.org/A/67/69 http://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/docs/advreport2013.asp mailto:padova@un.org http://undocs.org/E/2012/45 Official meetings General Assembly Main Committees Fifth Committee General Assembly United Nations Commission on International Trade Law Working Group IV (Electronic Commerce) Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions Informal consultations on draft proposals convened by permanent missions General Assembly Informal informal consultations on the draft resolution entitled “The United Nations in global economic governance” (under agenda item 118 (b)) (convened by the Permanent Mission of Chile) Other meetings Group of 77 (on Second Committee and related matters) Group of 77 (on Fifth Committee matters) African Group (on Second Committee and related matters) Group of Landlocked Developing Countries (at the ambassadorial level) Other activities Official launch of the 2013 Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction –– From Shared Risk to Shared Value: The Business Case for Disaster Risk Reduction (organized by the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR)) Seminar on “Democracy and building resilient communities” (co-organized by the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) and the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (International IDEA)) Briefing on “Draft decision on the proposed dates for the Third International Conference on Small Island Developing States (SIDS) 2014” (organized by the Permanent Mission of Samoa) Briefing by the High Representative for the Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries and Small Island Developing States on “The deliberations of the Expert Group Meeting on the Significance of Marine Science and Technology for SIDS and the Importance of Capacity Building and Marine Technologies Transfer to Support the Sustainable Development of SIDS” (co-organized by the Office of the High Representative for the Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries and Small Island Developing States (UN-OHRLLS) and the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)) Press conferences Forthcoming official meetings Thematic debate entitled “Sustainable development and climate change: Practical solutions in the energy-water nexus” Main Committees Fifth Committee General Assembly General Assembly Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals Committee on Contributions United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea Meeting of States Parties General Assembly Security Council Peacebuilding Commission Central African Republic configuration Economic and Social Council Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues Committee for Programme and Coordination United Nations Children’s Fund Executive Board Executive Board of the United Nations Development Programme, the United Nations Population Fund and the United Nations Office for Project Services Executive Board of the United Nations Development Programme, the United Nations Population Fund and the United Nations Office for Project Services Executive Board of the United Nations Children’s Fund Forthcoming informal consultations on draft proposals convened by permanent missions General Assembly Informal informal consultations on the draft resolution entitled “The United Nations in global economic governance” (under agenda item 118 (b)) (convened by the Permanent Mission of Chile) Informal consultations on the draft resolution on the causes of conflict and the promotion of durable peace and sustainable development in Africa (under agenda item 63 (b)) (convened by the Permanent Mission of Egypt) Forthcoming other activities UNITAR workshop on “Structure, drafting and adoption of United Nations resolutions” Panel discussion on “Advancing social integration and intergenerational solidarity” (on the occasion of the International Day of Families) (co-organized by the Department of Public Information (DPI)) and the Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA)) Presentation on “International Year of Light 2015” (co-organized by the Permanent Mission of Mexico and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)) Briefing by the Deputy Minister of Environment of Poland on “Preparation process and negotiations objectives of the Conference of Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP 19) (Warsaw, 11–22 November 2013)” (organized by the Permanent Mission of Poland) Presentation on “Peace Boat outreach session for permanent missions: Unlocking the potential for partnerships” (co-organized by the Permanent Mission of El Salvador and Peace Boat) Panel discussion on “Freedom from fear and freedom from want –– How can a post-2015 agenda can address the twin challenges of the twenty-first century: Recommendations emerging from a global conversation” (organized by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) and sponsored by the Permanent Mission of Tunisia) Launch of the publication “Who Will Be Accountable?
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Duley is currently on a three-month assignment with UNHCR, documenting Europe’s refugee crisis as part of his broader project. “The idea is to look at the long term. What happens to people 10, 20, 30 years after a war is over?” (...) Then he gets out of the boat and says, ‘You’re the photographer with no legs!’” (...) One Syrian man had fallen from the boat, he was later rescued by volunteer Spanish Lifeguards.
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Score: 1028758.8 - https://www.unhcr.org/gr/en/33...-focuses-lens-on-refugees.html
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However, the competition from the Portuguese boats led the Arabs and Omanis to substitute the stronger nailing for sewing in the construction of their ships. (...) They in turn brought the idea to mainland Greece where the technique of stamping flat, circular and two-sided coins developed. (...) Later, the use of paper money, first developed in China in the Eleventh Century ce, was adopted by the Mongols after their conquest of China in 1264. They introduced the idea throughout their massive empire, including the lands of Central Asia and Iran.
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Score: 1027643.9 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...20necessities%20of%20trade.pdf
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Of course, it could also arise from the use of inappropriate or inefficient methods in any sub-system in a food system starting from a cultivated field, poultry farm, a fishing boat to how food is used at home. Would it not be a good idea to think about the best use of the system after we have agreed on its whole structure in a separate discussion?
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Score: 1024703.3 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/fr/comment/9268
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Of course, it could also arise from the use of inappropriate or inefficient methods in any sub-system in a food system starting from a cultivated field, poultry farm, a fishing boat to how food is used at home. Would it not be a good idea to think about the best use of the system after we have agreed on its whole structure in a separate discussion?
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The paramount concern of all actors must be the human rights of the people who have embarked on their desperate voyage out of fear and need, and I welcome your ideas for how to ensure that this is the top priority. (...) A number of boats were pushed back as they reached the shores of neighbouring countries.  (...) I am also dismayed that in Australia , people on boats intercepted at sea are sent to detention centres where conditions are inadequate.
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. © UNHCR/Adrienne Surprenant By Don Murray in Bangui, the Central African Republic  |  03 December 2019   |   Español   |   Français   |   عربي It was as joyous a boat trip as they will ever take. The passengers sang cheerfully from the moment the launch left the dock in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. (...) Minister for Humanitarian Action and National Reconciliation Virginie Baïkoua (left) and UN High Commission for Refugees Filippo Grandi (centre) greet refugees returning to Bangui, Central African Republic. © UNHCR/Adrienne Surprenant A boat carrying 200 voluntary returnees from the Democratic Republic of the Congo arrives in Bangui, the Central African Republic © UNHCR/Adrienne Surprenant Central African returnees wave as the boat carrying them back to their homeland leaves Zongo in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, November 2019. © UNHCR/Adrienne Surprenant Returnee Marie Josephat Bemba (left) smiles on reaching Bangui with her daughters and grand daughter (...) Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Related news and stories view more Stories Brick by brick: Students' policy ideas to help refugees make their way to the real UN News Releases UN High Commissioner for Refugees calls for immediate end to Ukraine war, which has uprooted over 10 million people News Releases News comment: Without international solidarity, Ukraine's displacement crisis could turn into catastrophe News Releases UNHCR NEWS COMMENT on the Australia - New Zealand refugee deal News Releases UN High Commissioner for Refugees appeals for global engagement to address Afghanistan's needs News Releases Eleven years on, mounting challenges push many displaced Syrians to the brink About Us Emergencies What We Do News and Stories Our Partners Get Involved © UNHCR 2001-2022 Media centre Careers Refworld Contact us Privacy policy Data Report fraud or abuse Terms & conditions of use Frequently Asked Questions Sign up for email updates Follow:
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