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Annex III Biographical data form of candidates to the Subcommittee on Prevention of Torture (SPT) (Please respect the specified amount of lines when completing this form, i.e. 38 lines maximum) Name and first name: Nika Kvaratskhelia Date and place of birth: 15/12/1982, Sokhumi, Georgia Working languages: Georgian (native), English, Russian Professional background: Lawyer Current position/function: (5 lines maximum) Head of the Department of Prevention and Monitoring at the Office of the Public Defender of Georgia (PDO), responsible for supervising proper discharge of functions of the National Preventive Mechanism (NPM) of Georgia, strategic planning and coordination of the work of the members of the Special Preventive Group, participation as a team leader in preventive visits, supervision over NPM report writing, follow up to the recommendations and representation of the NPM. Educational background: (5 lines maximum) 2007/2008 – LLM in international and European law, Riga Graduate School of Law (OSI scholarship); 2000/2005 – Bachelor Degree in International law, Tbilisi State University; 2004/2005 - training course in international law, Georgian Young Lawyers Association ; Among other, training courses in management, torture prevention, recording bodily injuries, forensic photography, mental health, report writing, communication skills, monitoring security sector, discrimination, sexual orientation and gender identity.
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Score: 1266002.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ions2018/NikaKvaratskhelia.doc
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2 1 Annex II Biographical data form of candidates to the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (Please respect the specified amount of lines when completing this form) Family name and first name: Skenderija Sanja Date and place of birth: 17 October, 1982, Republic of Croatia, Šibenik Place of residence: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republic of Srpska, Laktaši Nationality: Serbian United Nations working languages: English Current position/function: Senior Associate for Family and Child Protection (Five lines maximum) Other main activities on the rights of persons with disabilities: (Ten lines maximum) Monitoring activities from the The Strategy for Improving the Social Position of People with Disabilities in the Republic of Srpska 2017-2026, work on IPA 2 project Mapping needs of Roma and Persons with disabilities, and many other activities related with this topics Educational background, in particular on the rights of persons with disabilities (Five lines maximum) Education in supervision in psychosocial work, Advanced level of training of Cognitive – Behavior Therapy, Bachelor of Psychology, and other trainings Please indicate whether you identify yourself as a person with disability or elaborate on your lived experience related to persons with disabilities. (...) Work on The Strategy for Improving the Social Position of People with Disabilities in the Republic of Srpska 2017-2026, work on drafting the Law on Social Protection and drafting a rulebook under the Law related to the field of social protection, which concerns persons with disabilities List of most recent publications in the field of the rights of persons with disabilities: (Five lines maximum) Publications: Bulletin of social, family and child care 2012 – participation in the drafting of the report, Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of the Republic of Srpska, Banja Luka, 2013 Publications: Bulletin of social, family and child care 2013 – participation in the drafting of the report, Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of the Republic of Srpska, Banja Luka, 2014 Rulebook on the procedure for determining the list of bodily injuries Manual on the Application of the Rulebook on Needs Assessment and Guidance of Children and Youth with Disabilities with instructions for the Bartel test for children, currently in development, and others listed in my CV Sanja Skenderija
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Score: 1264790.2 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...04/CV-Sanja-SKENDERIJA-EN.docx
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The reform of the judiciary and other reforms made it possible to have a well-functioning law enforcement system capable of securing public safety. (...) The system was not really functioning well , an Expert emphasized, and it had to be changed. (...) The reform of the judiciary and other reforms made it possible to have a well-functioning law enforcement system capable of securing public safety.
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Score: 1264000.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/press...re-considers-report-azerbaijan
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Survival at sea: how to act in case of engine failure, use of life jackets and life rafts and floats, hazards of cold exposure, hypothermia, immersion foot, sunburns, salt water boils and sores, bodily functions, dehydration, delirium and mental disturbance and hygiene matters.
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Score: 1248553.1 - https://www.fao.org/fishing-sa...capacity-building/training/en/
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Survival at sea: how to act in case of engine failure, use of life jackets and life rafts and floats, hazards of cold exposure, hypothermia, immersion foot, sunburns, salt water boils and sores, bodily functions, dehydration, delirium and mental disturbance and hygiene matters.
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Score: 1248553.1 - https://www.fao.org/fishing-sa.../capacity-building/training/en
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The key features of this intelligence are summarized as follows: – Thinks and processes by relating, cooperating and communicating with others; – Leaders among peers; – Uncanny ability to sense feelings and intentions of others; – Understands people, mediates conflict. • Bodily-kinaesthetic intelligence: BODY SMART The bodily-kinaesthetic intelligence is the control of one's bodily motions and the capacity to handle objects skilfully. (...) A person who has high bodily-kinaesthetic intelligence is generally good at physical activities such as sports, dancing, acting, and making things. (...) The key features of this intelligence are summarized as follows: – Processes knowledge through bodily sensation; – Excellent fine-motor co-ordination; – Gut feelings about things; – Great at mimicking your best or worst qualities and mannerisms; • Musical/rhythmic Intelligence: MUSIC SMART This intelligence has to do with sensitivity to sounds, rhythms, tones, and music.
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Score: 1226077.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page115.html
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Viewing children and youth within the context of their environment and development continuum, the ICF–CY applies classification codes to hundreds of bodily functions and structures, activities and participation, and various environmental factors that restrict or allow young people to function in an array of every day activities. The rapid growth and changes that occur in first two decades of life were not sufficiently captured in the  International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health  (ICF), the precursor to the ICF–CY. (...) It will ground the picture of children and youth functioning and disability on a continuum within the context of their everyday life and activities.
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Score: 1222316.8 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...e-health-of-children-and-youth
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Summary The Working Group reminds readers of women’s human rights, which include the rights without discrimination to: equality, dignity, autonomy, information, bodily integrity, respect for private life, the highest attainable standard of health, including sexual and reproductive health, and freedom from torture and cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment. The right of a woman or girl to make autonomous decisions about her own body and reproductive functions is at the core of her basic rights to equality, privacy, and bodily integrity.
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Score: 1209628.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/speci...uality-and-reproductive-health
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Since the beginning of 2021, 3,228 (2,544 in 2020) criminal proceedings for criminal offences related to domestic violence have been investigated, of which 69 have been investigated under Article 115 (Premeditated Murder) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine, 71 under Article 121 (Intended Grievous Bodily Injury), 71 under Article 122 (Intended Bodily Injury of Medium Gravity), 1,046 under Article 125 (Intended Minor Bodily Injury), 82 under Article 126 (Battery and Torture), 1,636 under Article 126-1 (Domestic Violence) (1,321 in 2020). (...) During 2021, they drew up 23,762 administrative offence reports under Article 173-2 of the Code of Ukraine on Administrative Offences. 1,212 cases of criminal offences related to domestic violence were registered in the unified register of pretrial investigations, of which there were 8 under Article 122 (Intended Bodily Injury of Medium Gravity); 762 – under Article 125 (Intended Minor Bodily Injury); 383 – under Article 126-1 (Domestic Violence); 50 – under Article 390-1 (Non-compliance with Restrictive Measures or Restrictive Regulations or Non-compliance With the Program for Abusers). (...) In accordance with international standards for the safety of victims of violence against women and domestic violence and the legislation of Ukraine, the Register highlights information on the nature of violence (physical, sexual, psychological, economic), the subject of its commission (spouse, parents, children, guardians, adoptive parents, caregivers, a person who is an adoptive parent, a person who has been granted the status of a foster parent and other persons prone to domestic violence), criminal offences against women (girls). The functionality of the Register with the use of these details allows the selection of information on these parameters, from the moment of a criminal offence registration in the system to the entry into force of a court decision in criminal proceedings.
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Score: 1198545 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ault/files/2021-12/ukraine.pdf
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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. (...) Many more must commit to stepping away from patterns of privilege and dominance that profoundly undercut bodily autonomy, and move towards ways of living that are more fair and harmonious, benefiting us all”, Dr.
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Score: 1194618 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2021/04/1089702
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