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[footnoteRef:21] The CRPD has also given a new depth to the rights to education, accessibility, equality and non-discrimination, all necessary to ensure meaningful consent and bodily autonomy. [21: Janet Lord and Michael Ashley Stein. (...) In fact, the only way forward is by ensuring the right to bodily autonomy for all and addressing the different systems of oppression. [30: The Nairobi Principles on Abortion, Prenatal Testing, and Disability. Available at https://nairobiprinciples.creaworld.org/] 17. Realizing bodily autonomy in this case means, amongst others, that providers should offer evidence-based information without bias in diagnostic process and treatment.
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Score: 1514549 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...rechos_Sexuales_%28SRI%29.docx
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Tweet URL What is bodily autonomy and must we protect this human right? (...) Their lives are governed by others”, she added, noting that the denial of bodily autonomy is a violation of women and girls’ fundamental human rights. (...) Alarming findings Amongst its findings, the report documented several ways through which bodily autonomy of not only women and girls, but also men and boys, is violated, with factors such as disability worsening the situation. 
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Score: 1494296.7 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2021/04/1089702
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The regulations also appear to have ignored all other natural physical and biological traits as well as social and economic factors that affect sports performance. The lack of evidence that explicitly compares and addresses the impacts of these different factors leads to the conclusion that this may be a targeted and non-objective approach in contravention of non-discrimination standards. (...) Natural physical and biological traits as well as social and economic factors also influence the performance of men athletes. (...) Informed consent’s ethical and legal normative justifications stem from its promotion of the person’s autonomy, self-determination, bodily integrity and well-being. Guaranteeing informed consent is a fundamental aspect of respecting an individual’s autonomy, self-determination and human dignity.
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Score: 1389694.3 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ealth/Letter_IAAF_Sept2018.pdf
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Dietary Energy | Nutrition | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english français Español Nutrition Nutrition assessment Policies and programmes Education Markets Capacity development Dietary Energy Proteins Carbohydrates Dietary Fats Vitamins Minerals Document Archive Dietary Energy The human body requires energy for all bodily functions, including work and other activities, the maintenance of body temperature and the continuous action of the heart and lungs.  (...) Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization, 2004 Food energy- methods of analysis and conversion factors . Report of a Technical Workshop. FAO Food and Nutrition Paper 77.
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Score: 1341854.3 - https://www.fao.org/nutrition/...equirements/dietary-energy/en/
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What type of statistical data are collected on older women, if any, and is it disaggregated by age, gender, and other relevant factors? How are older women defined for the purposes of law, policy and data collection? (...) How do intersectional factors exacerbate the combined effect of ageism and sexism, including the perspective of older LGBTI women, older women with disabilities, older migrant women, older women belonging to indigenous and minority groups, etc.? (...) Number of female victims for the specified criminal acts, criminal act committed in a relationship: (former) spouse or intimate partner, jan-nov 2020 Article Description of classification violation Age Injury Number of victims 115 Manslaughter over 64 aggravated bodily harm 1 death 1 122 Actual Bodily Harm over 64 actual bodily harm 3 123 Aggravated Bodily Harm 54-64 aggravated bodily harm 1 over 64 aggravated bodily harm 1 191 Family Violence 54-64 actual bodily harm 6 over 64 actual bodily harm 4 How to submit your written contribution?
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Score: 1326785.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ia-submission-older_women.docx
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MVD is transmitted by direct contact with the blood, bodily fluids and/or tissues of infected persons or wild animals (e.g., monkeys and fruit bats). (...) Health care workers caring for patients with suspected or confirmed Marburg virus disease should apply standard and transmission-based IPC precautions to avoid any exposure to blood and/or bodily fluids, as well as unprotected contact with the possibly contaminated environment. (...) Raising awareness of the risk factors for Marburg virus disease and the protective measures individuals can take to reduce human exposure to the virus are the key measures to reduce human infections and deaths.
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Score: 1313567.6 - https://www.who.int/emergencie...marburg-virus-disease---guinea
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Damages due to death, bodily injury and mental injury shall be compensable. Damages due to mental injury shall be compensable only if caused by a recognisable psychiatric illness resulting either from bodily injury or from direct exposure to the likelihood of imminent death or bodily injury. 4. (...) If the review referred to in the preceding paragraph concludes that the inflation factor has exceeded 10 per cent, the Depositary shall notify the States Parties of a revision of the limits of liability.
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Score: 1313413.3 - https://www.icao.int/secretari...DCCD2009/doc/DCCD_doc_4_en.pdf
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The Prosecution’s contentions that the Trial Chamber erred with respect to underlying genocidal acts of killings are therefore moot. 2. Causing Serious Bodily or Mental Harm The Prosecution contends that the Trial Chamber improperly added an actus reus element by requiring that the serious bodily or mental harm in question achieve a certain level of destructive impact on the group. (...) Karadžić recognises that the Trial Chamber acknowledged evidence that Bosnian Serb forces caused serious bodily and mental harm to many Bosnian Muslims and/or Bosnian Croats while they were held in multiple detention facilities. He submits, however, that the Trial Chamber then concluded that the evidence of acts of causing serious bodily or mental harm, taken at its highest, did not support a finding that these acts were committed with the intent to destroy the groups.
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Score: 1268123.8 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/k...udgement_summary_rule98bis.pdf
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Trial Chamber I composed of Judges Laïty Kama, presiding, Lennart Aspegren and Navanethem Pillay unanimously found that Rutaganda incurred individual criminal responsibility in particular for having ordered, incited and carried out murders and for causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the Tutsi ethnic group during the genocide in Rwanda in 1994. (...) In sentencing him, the Trial Chamber found that the aggravating factors in the case outweighed the mitigating factors in his favour.
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Score: 1250032.2 - https://unictr.irmct.org/en/node/1813
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Trial Chamber I composed of Judges Laïty Kama, presiding, Lennart Aspegren and Navanethem Pillay unanimously found that Rutaganda incurred individual criminal responsibility in particular for having ordered, incited and carried out murders and for causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the Tutsi ethnic group during the genocide in Rwanda in 1994. (...) In sentencing him, the Trial Chamber found that the aggravating factors in the case outweighed the mitigating factors in his favour.
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Score: 1250032.2 - https://unictr.irmct.org/en/ne...nd-sentenced-life-imprisonment
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