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The SDS crisis staffs were modelled on similar entities which had existed as part of the defence system of the SFRY and which were designed to take over the functions of municipal and other assemblies in time of war or emergency if they were unable to function. (...) According to these Instructions, the Crisis Staffs were to take over all prerogatives and functions of municipal assemblies, whenever they were not able to convene. (...) Milomir STAKIC participated in the functioning of the Crisis Staff and actively carried out his duties as President.
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Score: 1046809.4 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/s...akic/ind/en/sta-3ai020228e.pdf
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The Ombudsman Act, 1977 also governs the functions and procedures of Office. The Ombudsman investigates complaints made by individuals concerning administrative acts or decisions of Government agencies. (...) Challenges According to section 93 of the Constitution, the principal function of the Ombudsman is to investigate any decision or recommendation made, including any advice given or recommendation made to a Minister, or any act done or omitted by any department of Government or any other authority to which this section applies, or by officers or members of such a department or authority, being action taken in exercise of the administrative functions of that department or authority. (...) The role and functions of the Ombudsman are set out in section 93(1) of the Constitution, which reads as follows: “The principal function of the Ombudsman is to investigate any decision or recommendation made, including any advice given or recommendation made to a Minister, or any act done or omitted by any department of Government or any other authority to which this section applies, or by officers or members of such a department or authority, being action taken in exercise of the administrative functions of that department or authority.” 9 The Equal Opportunity Commission The Equal Opportunity Commission (EOC) was established in 2000.
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Score: 1045645.3 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...States/Trinidad_and_Tobago.pdf
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Muzhda comforted Roqia by telling her that her menstruation cycle is a normal bodily function for adolescent girls and women, as well as a sign of maturity.
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Score: 1044312.7 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/stories/breaking-taboos
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Disinfection of aircraft 2.32 Contracting States shall ensure that where there is contamination of surfaces or equipment of the aircraft by any bodily fluids including excreta, the contaminated areas and used equipment or tools shall be disinfected.
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Score: 1039489.55 - https://www.icao.int/Security/...nnex%209%20Standard%202.32.pdf
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. ▪ The National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) describes a traumatic event as one that is frightening, dangerous or violent that poses a threat to life or bodily integrity. ▪ It is possible that persons experiencing the same traumatic event can have different emotional, cognitive and physical reactions hence the reference to a unique experience. ▪ A traumatic event can impact an individual’s ability to regulate emotions and leave him feeling either overwhelmed/agitated or subdued/disinhibited. A person can have difficulty balancing her fight, fright,and freeze reactions which results in distorting events; feeling threats to life and mental health even when there are none. ▪ Repeated exposure to traumatic events can affect brain development (particularly executive functioning) and health (consider the ACEs studies).
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Score: 1039117.1 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...mons_-_trauma_presentation.pdf
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It can cause the affected person to suffer greatly and function poorly at work, at school and in the family. (...) In some cultural contexts, some people may express their mood changes more readily in the form of bodily symptoms (e.g. pain, fatigue, weakness).  Yet, these physical symptoms are not due to another medical condition.  During a depressive episode, the person experiences significant difficulty in personal, family, social, educational, occupational, and/or other important areas of functioning.  A depressive episode can be categorised as mild, moderate, or severe depending on the number and severity of symptoms, as well as the impact on the individual’s functioning
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Score: 1032885.9 - https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/depression
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In the case of intersex persons, the violation of their right to know the truth about their medical histories, in cases of violations of the right to mental and bodily integrity prevents them from effective access to justice. In order to ensure that LGBTI persons have their right to access to justice guaranteed, member states should: · Abolish any legal provision criminalizing consensual same-sex sexual acts and diverse gender identities and expressions; · Expressly outlaw discrimination, hate speech and hate crimes on the bases of sexual orientation, gender identity and expression or sex characteristics, including through recognition of hatred based on SOGIESC as an aggravating circumstance; · Take all necessary and reasonable steps to protect persons from criminal prosecutions or civil proceedings that are motivated wholly or in part by prejudice regarding SOGIESC;[footnoteRef:3] [3: Yogyakarta Principle no. 8] · Undertake programmes of training and awareness-raising for judges, court personnel, prosecutors, lawyers and others regarding international human rights standards and principles of equality and non-discrimination, including in relation to SOGIESC[footnoteRef:4]. [4: Yogyakarta Principle no. 8] · Ensure, in cases of violations of the right to mental and bodily integrity and SOGIESC-based hate crimes, effective access to remedies, redress, reparation and, where appropriate, psychological support and restorative treatments; · Protect individuals’ right to know the truth about their medical histories, including through full access to accurate medical records.
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Score: 1023316.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/default/files/2022-01/ILGA.docx
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The figures are even more staggering, considering that we know how to make a difference in the lives of these women and girls. 27 years of the ICPD agenda have taught us to put people’s rights first to decide about their sexual and reproductive rights and their bodily autonomy. When people have the ability to make decisions about their own life, body and future, it benefits societies at large. (...) That is why I share this statement with Lisa de Pagter, the Netherlands Youth Ambassador for SRHR, gender equality and bodily autonomy. [Lisa de Pagter] Thank you Kitty.
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Score: 1021703.1 - https://www.un.org/development...ntry_statement_netherlands.pdf
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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. (...) Please provide information on steps taken by the IAAF to uphold the rights of all athletes, including women athletes with differences of sex development, to informed consent, to physical and bodily integrity, and to be free from discrimination, from non-consensual medical treatment, and from torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment 3. (...) Please provide information on the steps taken by the IAAF prior to issuing these regulations to assess and address the concerns about the multiple negative impacts of the regulations on the dignity, health, physical and bodily integrity of elite women athletes with differences of sex development and discriminatory impact on women athletes. 5.
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Score: 1018907.2 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ealth/Letter_IAAF_Sept2018.pdf
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The presence of other persons was sought or utilized, facilitating the commission of the offence or increasing the harm done to the victim. “Attempted bodily injury, conspiracy to inflict bodily injury and incitement to inflict bodily injury shall be punishable. (...) In such cases, the courts may impose a disqualification from exercising family rights and/or from exercising a profession or public function. CRC/C/OPSA/AND/Q/1/Add.1 page 10 “Article 169. (...) It may also impose a disqualification from exercising public functions for up to six years when the guilty person is an authority or public official and has abused his or her position in his or her actions.
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Score: 1016999.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RC/C/OPSA/AND/Q/1/ADD.1&Lang=E
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