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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: 960880.2 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/stories/breaking-taboos
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CONSIDERATION OF REPORTS SUBMITTED BY STATES PARTIES UNDER ARTICLE 19 OF THE CONVENTION : CONVENTION AGAINST TORTURE AND OTHER CRUEL, INHUMAN OR DEGRADING TREATMENT OR PUNISHMENT : 2ND PERIODIC REPORTS OF STATES PARTIES DUE IN 1994 : ADDENDUM : AUSTRALIA
The purpose of parliamentary committees is to perform functions which a parliament as a whole is not suited to perform, such as carrying out investigations, hearing witnesses, sifting evidence, discussing matters in detail and formulating findings and recommendations. (...) The establishment of a Police Integrity Commission whose primary functions relate to the detection, prevention and investigation of serious police misconduct. (...) Immigration officers who have responsibility for the location and, where appropriate, the detention of unlawful non-citizens exercise compliance and enforcement functions. These officers are provided with training to ensure that they understand the legal parameters within which searches and detention may be carried out. 74.
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Score: 958480.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=CAT/C/25/ADD.11&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 92/01/28 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF GUATEMALA TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS
It should be noted that its function is an unimportant one, having regard to the fact that it does not have any defined coordination policies vis-à-vis the programmes of the State institutions concerned with the care of children at risk. (...) In the short term, the Juvenile Division of the Government Procurator's Office should have available to it human and material resources to enable it effectively to discharge the functions and responsibilities established by law. 7. (...) NUMBER OF CASES OFFENCES Abuse of authority Abuse of authority and bodily injury Threats Assault Coercion Rape by means of deception Homicide Bodily injury through use of a firearm Bodily injury Abduction Abduction and bodily injury Servitude Illegal traffic in medicines and narcotics 1991 36 4 3 1 1 1 1 4 3 5 2 9 1 1 TOTAL 36 C.
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Score: 957224.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=E/CN.4/1992/80&Lang=E
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CONCLUDING OBSERVATIONS ON THE 3RD PERIODIC REPORT OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC : HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE : ADDENDUM
Number of extremist crimes motivated by the affiliation of the victim with a certain ethnic, racial or other group or the propagation of national or racial hatred in 2015 (Source: Ministry of Interior) Crime 2015 Violence against an individual or a group of people 17 Violence against a state official 1 Defamation of nation, race, ethnic or other groups of people 16 Instigation of hatred towards a group of persons or of restriction of their rights and freedoms 13 Racially motivated murder 0 Racially motivated bodily harm 0 Racially motivated grievous bodily harm 7 Racially motivated extortion 1 Racially motivated damaging another person’s property 7 Racially motivated dangerous threats 3 Racially motivated breaking and entering of a home 1 Racially motivated disorderly conduct 23 Establishment, support and promotion of a movement seeking to suppress human rights and freedoms and expressions of sympathy for such a movement 85 Other racially motivated crimes 1 Number of prosecuted and accused persons for crimes motivated by racial hatred in 2015 (Source: Supreme Prosecutor’s Office) Crime State of process 2015 Violence against an individual or a group of people Prosecuted 22 Charged 20 Defamation of nation, race, ethnic or other groups of people Prosecuted 25 Charged 24 Instigation of hatred towards a group of persons or of restriction of their rights and freedoms Prosecuted 4 Charged 3 Racially motivated murder Prosecuted 0 Charged 0 CCPR/C/CZE/CO/3/Add.3 5 Crime State of process 2015 Racially motivated bodily harm Prosecuted 6 Charged 5 Racially motivated grievous bodily harm Prosecuted 2 Charged 2 Racially motivated extortion Prosecuted 0 Charged 0 Racially motivated damaging another person’s property Prosecuted 3 Charged 3 Establishment, support and promotion of a movement seeking to suppress human rights and freedoms Prosecuted 8 Charged 8 Expressions of sympathy for a movement seeking to suppress human rights and freedoms Prosecuted 57 Charged 47 Denial, impugnation, approval and justification of genocide Prosecuted 3 Charged 3 Number of convicted persons for racially motivated crimes in 2015 (Source: Ministry of Justice) Crime 2015 Violence against an individual or a group of people 9 Defamation of nation, race, ethnic or other groups of people 17 Instigation of hatred towards a group of persons or of restriction of their rights and freedoms 1 Racially motivated murder 0 Racially motivated bodily harm 4 Racially motivated grievous bodily harm 0 Racially motivated extortion 0 Racially motivated damaging another person’s property 7 Establishment, support and promotion of a movement seeking to suppress human rights and freedoms 28 Denial, impugnation, approval and justification of genocide 1 Racially motivated disorderly conduct 23 Racially motivated violence against a public official 0 Racially motivated threatening of a public official 1 Racially motivated dangerous threatening 6 CCPR/C/CZE/CO/3/Add.3 6 Crime 2015 Racially motivated stalking 1 Racially motivated theft 3 Racially motivated breaking and entering of a home 3 Penalties imposed (Source: Ministry of Justice) Penalty 2015 Unsuspended sentence of imprisonment 5 Conditionally Suspended Sentence of Imprisonment 37 Community Service 9 Additional information on the implementation of recommendation No. 11 9. (...) Concerning the initiation of criminal proceedings, the Czech Republic cannot but reiterate its previous statements concerning its criminal law system and its functioning, which is fully in line with the Covenant.
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Score: 956764.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...S=CCPR/C/CZE/CO/3/ADD.3&Lang=E
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These early organ and bodily developments include:   Brain and spine Inner ear Cardiac tissue Genitals Fingernails Liver Eyelids Pancreas Kidneys Cartilage for the hands, feet and limbs Muscles of the mouth, eyes and nose Webbed fingers and toes Lungs Fetal growth can vary significantly for a number of reasons, but during the first trimester, your baby will grow from about 0.64 cm (.25 in) at the end of the first month (smaller than a grain of rice) to around 10 cm (4 in) by the end of week 12 and will weigh around 28 g (1 oz) [Figures from the  Cleveland Clinic ].  (...) Read the story Press release 01 February 2022 Catherine Russell assumes functions as new UNICEF Executive Director Visit the page Footer UNICEF Home What we do Situation for children Where we work Data, Research and Reports Publications Partners Ambassadors and Supporters Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 956099.7 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/sto...ies/your-first-trimester-guide
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CONSIDERATION OF REPORTS SUBMITTED BY STATES PARTIES UNDER ARTICLE 19 OF THE CONVENTION : CONVENTION AGAINST TORTURE AND OTHER CRUEL, INHUMAN OR DEGRADING TREATMENT OR PUNISHMENT : 2ND PERIODIC REPORTS OF STATES PARTIES DUE IN 1995 : GERMANY
Section 340 of the Criminal Code, concerning bodily harm committed in office, is one of the most important of these provisions. (...) In cases of particularly serious bodily harm coming under section 225 subsection 1, the punishment shall be imprisonment of not less than one year, in less serious cases between six months' and five years' imprisonment. (...) Germany, which at present is not a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council, is also, inter alia, supporting the Tribunal in taking up its functions as soon as possible. In this context, the Federal Government welcomes the fact that the Tribunal's criminal prosecution authority has now started its work. 22.
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Score: 946919.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=CAT/C/29/ADD.2&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR THE 04 SERIES OF AMENDMENTS TO UN REGULATION NO. 26 (EXTERNAL PROJECTION FOR PASSENGER CARS)
Paragraph 5.4. shall not apply to the wiper blades (number 4 in Figure 0), or to any supporting members (number 3 in Figure 0) if present, to second holder (number 2.2 in Figure 0) if present, to the functional hinge between the holder head and the holder (number 5 in Figure 0) if present, or to the junction between the main and the second holder (number 6 in Figure 0) if present. (...) Figure 0 - Example of parts distribution 1 – Wiper shaft 1.1 – Protective casing 2 – Holder head 2.1 – Main holder 2.2 – Second holder 3 – Supporting members 4 – Wiper blades 5 – Functional hinge 6 – Junction between the main and second holder" ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRSG/2019/34 3 Insert new paragraphs 12.8. to 12.10., to read: "12.8. (...) The external surface of vehicles shall not exhibit, directed outwards, any pointed or sharp parts or any projections of such shape, dimensions, direction or hardness as to be likely to increase the risk or seriousness of bodily injury to a person hit by the external surface or brushing against it in the event of a collision […].
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Score: 943407.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...RANS/WP.29/GRSG/2019/34&Lang=E
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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: 942841.8 - https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/depression
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CONSIDERATION OF REPORTS SUBMITTED BY STATES PARTIES UNDER ARTICLE 19 OF THE CONVENTION : CONVENTION AGAINST TORTURE AND OTHER CRUEL, INHUMAN OR DEGRADING TREATMENT OR PUNISHMENT : INITIAL REPORTS OF STATES PARTIES DUE IN 1997 : ADDENDUM : LITHUANIA
Article 111. Intentional serious bodily harm, infecting with a disease or causing any other ailment: (a) Intentional serious bodily harm, infecting with a disease or causing any other ailment, which is dangerous to the life of a person or results in the victim’s loss of sight, hearing or any other organ or functions thereof, a mental disease, termination of pregnancy, infection with HIV, also any other health impairment related with the permanent loss of at least one third of the general working capacity, or irretrievable disfigurement of the face shall be punished by imprisonment for a term from two to seven years; (b) The same act committed by a specially dangerous recidivist or by cruel torturing, or grievous bodily harm in relation with the discharge by the victim of his public or civic duty, and infliction of grievous bodily harm to a young child or a person in a helpless state shall be punished by imprisonment for a term from 5 to 10 years. 47. Article 112. Intentional minor bodily harm, infecting with a disease or causing any other ailment: (a) Intentional bodily harm, infecting with a disease or causing any other ailment, which is not dangerous to one’s life and does not develop the after-effects specified in article 111 of this Code, but results in long-term derangement of the functions of any organ or any other long-term disintegration of one’s health or substantial permanent loss of less than one third of the general working capacity shall be punished by imprisonment for a term of up to four years or corrective labour works up to two years; (b) The same act, committed in relation with the discharge by the victim of his public or civic duty or by a specially dangerous recidivist or by cruel torturing, or infliction of minor bodily harm to a young child or a person in a helpless state shall be punished by imprisonment for a term of up to five years. 48. (...) Threatening or violence against an official, a public worker or a citizen discharging public functions: (a) Threatening to kill, inflict grievous bodily harm or to destruct property of an official or public worker, with a view to terminating their official or public activities or to change the character thereof for the benefit of the person threatening, also such threatening to a citizen in relation to his participation in warning, preventing a crime or antisocial offence shall be punished by imprisonment for a term of up to two years, or correctional labour up to one year; (b) Inflicting a minor bodily harm, battery or any other acts of violence against an official or public worker in relation with his official activities or discharge of a public duty, also, against a citizen in relation to his participation in warning, preventing a crime or antisocial offence shall be punished by imprisonment for a term of up to three years or correctional labour up to two years. 58.
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Score: 933999.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=CAT/C/37/ADD.5&Lang=E
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Furthermore, we cannot tolerate the fact that hundreds of children die each day from water-related diseases and poor sanitation, while women and children are denied access to toilet facilities and are unable to safely manage their basic bodily functions.  This represents a denial of their fundamental human rights, and ultimately distort their essential well-being.
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Score: 933599.3 - https://www.un.org/pga/71/2016...-commemorate-world-toilet-day/
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