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Elementary school Grade Total IV V VI VII VIII Number of students. 1341 1595 1769 1966 1869 8540 % in grade 53% 61% 70% 79% 83% 69% High school Grade Total I II III IV Number of students 1484 1664 1621 1388 6157 % in grade 69% 74% 77% 77% 74% Students who have experienced at least one form of GBV 23 19 11 44 6 34 23 40 Taking clothes off by force Encroachment of privacy Physical sexual harassment Vulgar bodily movement Boys Girls Prevalence of specific forms of GBV, elementary school, in % 16 18 40 19 43 5 21 51 14 39 Taking clothes off by force Encroachment of privacy Sexual objectification Exposed to pornography Vulgar bodily movement Young men Young women Prevalence of specific forms of GBV, in high schools, in% Gender of those who perpetrate GBV • When students were asked about their experience of GBV, they were also asked about the gender and age of perpetrators (male or female, peers or teachers). • Boys constitute the majority of those who perpatrated GBV against other boys and girls alike.
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Score: 914319.2 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/...%20violence%20in%20schools.pdf
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 2444TH MEETING, HELD ON WEDNESDAY, 19 JUNE 1996 : INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 48TH SESSION, EXTRACT FROM THE YEARBOOK OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 1996, VOL 1
Yankov that the words "such as mutila- tion, severe bodily harm" were superfluous and should be deleted. 63. (...) First, he would be in favour of dropping the words "such as mutilation and severe bodily harm". Secondly, he was not in favour of adding a reference to fundamental human rights. (...) TOMUSCHAT said that he was against the idea of deleting the words "such as mutilation and se- vere bodily harm" because such a deletion would make the text too vague.
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Score: 914075 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=A/CN.4/SR.2444&Lang=E
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ROMANIA: PERIODIC REPORT
In this context, the Ministry of Justice together with the Romanian Ombudsman drew up the draft of the legislative act to amend Law no. 35/1997 on the organization and functioning of the Romanian Ombudsman. As far as the setting up of the aforementioned mechanism and the beginning of its activity are concerned, Romania shall endeavor to comply with the deadline of August, 2014. (...) To ensure the proper organization and functioning of every place of detention under the National Administration of Penitentiaries, such places are subject to routine, occasional, unannounced, thematic and specialized inspections and checks. (...) This is done either ex officio or on the basis of intimations or complaints and evaluates, verifies, and controls the implementation of legal provisions and internal rules, the application of the prison regime and preventive measures for the protection of the rights of persons deprived of liberty, and respect for the rights belonging to vulnerable groups, the prevention of irregularities, abuses and situations of risk, as well as other matters concerning the organization and functioning of detention places. 2 Art. 39 Law no. 275/2006. 3 Art. 15 of the Regulation to enforce the Law no.275/2006.
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Score: 909437.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=CAT/C/ROU/2&Lang=E
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CONSIDERATION OF REPORTS SUBMITTED BY STATES PARTIES UNDER ARTICLE 40 OF THE COVENANT : INTERNATIONAL COVENANT ON CIVIL AND POLITICAL RIGHTS : ARMENIA : ADDENDUM
The death happened from serious disorder of vitally important functions of the brain, resulting from the brain injury. (...) Death was caused by acute disorder of vitally important functions of the brain. 84. Detailed bills of incoming and outgoing calls of G. (...) Harutyunyan’s receiving the bodily
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Score: 908935.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=CCPR/C/ARM/Q/2/ADD.1&Lang=E
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INFORMATION RECEIVED FROM PARAGUAY ON FOLLOW-UP TO THE CONCLUDING OBSERVATIONS ON ITS 7TH PERIODIC REPORT :COMMITTEE AGAINST TORTURE
Since 2017, the Paraguayan State has done its utmost to ensure that the mechanism has sufficient resources to carry out its functions and has sought to reverse the cuts of the last four years by bringing its budget back up to at least the amount initially allocated to it in its first year of operation (2013) and to remove potential obstacles to the budget’s implementation. 2. (...) • Case No. 53/18 “Unnamed defendant, bodily injury in the performance of public duties”; currently in the investigative stage (...) • Case No. 152/18 “Unnamed defendant, bodily injury in the performance of public duties in Kurusu de Hierro”, under investigation by Unit 2.
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Score: 908903.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=CAT/C/PRY/FCO/7&Lang=E
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WRITTEN REPLIES BY THE GOVERNMENT OF LATVIA TO THE LIST OF ISSUES (CAT/C/LVA/Q/2) TO BE TAKEN UP IN CONNECTION WITH THE CONSIDERATION OF THE 2ND PERIODIC REPORT OF LATVIA (CAT/C/38/ADD.4) : CONVENTION AGAINST TORTURE AND OTHER CRUEL, INHUMAN OR DEGRADING TREATMENT OR PUNISHMENT
During the period of time from January 1, 2006, until August 1, 2007, 2 persons have been found guilty and convicted for committing criminal offences envisaged in Article 125, paragraph 2, subparagraph 4 of the Criminal Law (inflicting intentional serious bodily injury attaining the level of torment or torture); 4 persons have been found guilty and convicted for committing criminal offences envisaged in Article 130, paragraph 3 of the Criminal Law (regularly inflicting intentional light bodily injury with purpose to torture); 1 person has been found guilty and convicted for committing criminal offence envisaged in Article 338, paragraph 3 of the Criminal Law (inflicting intentional serious bodily injury to a military subordinate). 23. (...) Article 10 Question 13 With respect to the training activities organised by the Latvian Judicial Training Centre, please provide updated information on the type and content of training conducted in the period 2005-2006 and the number of judges and court staff and other representatives of legal professions (civil and military) that participated in training, disaggregated by level and function. How has the effectiveness of these training activities been evaluated? (...) Please provide information on the characteristics and function of the police oversight bodies, in particular with respect of their independence from police authorities.
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Score: 908449.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=CAT/C/LVA/Q/2/ADD.1&Lang=E
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Development of technical guidance Technical guidance, mobilization of social science networks Technical guidance for international travel and transport agencies (ICAO, IMO, UNWTO) 10 Zika virus response technical challenges and WHO guidance Technical Challenge Communicating Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) Guidance on Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health Activity Mapping and Coordination WHO guidance Communicate evidence-based SRHR messages to affected populations and recommend country responses Guidance on antenatal, intrapartum and postpartum care in the context of Zika virus infection and on management of infants with microcephaly Mapping research, monitoring, policy and program activities on SRHR and providing technical support for strengthening coordination of existing and future undertakings 11 Zika virus research and development R&D Activity Vaccine development Development of therapies Diagnostics Blood products Vector Control WHO progress to date ▪ Mapping of the current efforts to develop candidate vaccines ▪ Initiation of consultations to establish Target Product Profiles ▪ Strengthening of regulatory capacities ▪ Mapping of current landscape including anti-virals, host-directed therapeutics, immune products, and other therapeutic interventions ▪ Mapping of Diagnostics tests under development including PCR and serology ▪ Initiation of work to establish Target Product Profiles to guide developers ▪ Issuance of a call to submit candidate tests to WHO emergency listing procedure (EUAL) ▪ Preparation of guidance for blood banks on Zika testing Enablers ▪ Advancing the agenda on data and sample sharing ▪ Mapping the current landscape of novel approaches: biological and genetic 12 Zika virus research and development continued R&D Activity Facilities’ readiness Women’s and health workers perceptions Persistence of Zika virus in bodily fluids WHO progress to date ▪ Assessment of facilities readiness to provide immediate access to contraception, safe abortion and post-abortion care (PAC) to women as part of the Zika emergency response ▪ Social science research on women’s and health workers perceptions of pregnancy risk and consequent decisions making on contraceptive use, PAC and safe abortion to delay or avoid pregnancy in the context of Zika epidemic ▪ Cohort studies of women and men to determine presence and persistence of Zika virus in semen and other bodily fluids and association with pregnancy outcomes 13 1 Includes acute event in protracted crisis situation ERF Function Transformative Change Performance Target Zika Performance Description Zika Performance Leadership ▪ Incident Manager identified and given agreed delegated responsibilities within 24 hours of grading; ‘HC-certified’ WR (HC/WR) in all protracted crises ▪ Incident Manager (Ian Clark) identified within 24 hours of grading Information ▪ Health situation analysis published within 72hrs for Acute events ▪ Standardized weekly SitRep published for all graded emergencies: single format for all emergencies ▪ Sit rep published 5 days after grading Coordination / Planning ▪ Joint operations plan within 5 days for all acute, graded emergencies; updated 6 monthly in protracted. ▪ Joint Operations plan to be completed by 10 days (near to final draft already reviewed extensively by partners) Core Services ▪ Initial disbursement of emergency funds of up to $500K USD within 24 hours ▪ Non-roster staff and consultants recruited within 3 days and deployed within 5 days1 ▪ PAHO received $2.3M within 24 hours of request ▪ N/A Operations Support & Logistics ▪ All staff and consultants fully operational (accommodation, office space, transport, computer, phone, connectivity) within 24hrs of arriving in-country ▪ Minimum essential emergency supplies distributed to points of service within 72 hours ▪ N/A Health Operations ▪ All essential health services provided to minimum standards, as per Sphere ▪ N/A Zika Performance Metrics on Transformative Changes to WHO Emergency Processes: ERF functions On Target Not on target but improved from previous Needs improvement 14 WHO and other materials available: WHO Strategic Response Framework and Joint Operations Plan: http://webitpreview.who.int/entity/emergencies/zika-virus/strategic-response.pdf WHO has issued questions and answers on women in the context of microcephaly and Zika virus disease, in English and Portuguese: English version: http://www.who.int/features/qa/zika-pregnancy/en/ Portuguese version: http://who.int/features/qa/zika-pregnancy/pt/ The most recent issue of the weekly Zika Situation Report was published on 12 February 2016: http://www.who.int/emergencies/zika-virus/situation-report/12-february-2016/en/ http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/204371/1/zikasitrep_12Feb2016_eng.pdf WHO has published a Zika Virus timeline, which summarizes the spread of Zika infection, country by country, from the earliest discovery in 1947 to the latest information as of 7 February 2016. 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Score: 906891.2 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...ika-member-states-briefing.pdf
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Impacts of soil pollution on key soil functions Soil pollution causes a chain of degradation processes in soil, jeopardizing its ability to provide ecosystem services. (...) Impact of soil contaminants on human health Contaminants in soil have widespread effects on organs and systems, producing a wide variety of health outcomes, from acute to chronic diseases, leading to severe development issues, changes in bodily functions, and premature death. Contaminants tranfer to the food chain Contaminated plants and soil organisms lead to potentially hazardous accumulations in animals higher in the food web such as grazing animals, birds and ultimately transferred to humans. (...) French | Spanish | Chinese | Russian | Arabic   Other languages:  German  | Georgian | Catalan Soil functions Soils deliver 11 key ecosystem services that enable life on Earth.
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Score: 906491.8 - https://www.fao.org/global-soi...ces/communication-material/es/
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Impacts of soil pollution on key soil functions Soil pollution causes a chain of degradation processes in soil, jeopardizing its ability to provide ecosystem services. (...) Impact of soil contaminants on human health Contaminants in soil have widespread effects on organs and systems, producing a wide variety of health outcomes, from acute to chronic diseases, leading to severe development issues, changes in bodily functions, and premature death. Contaminants tranfer to the food chain Contaminated plants and soil organisms lead to potentially hazardous accumulations in animals higher in the food web such as grazing animals, birds and ultimately transferred to humans. (...) French | Spanish | Chinese | Russian | Arabic   Other languages:  German  | Georgian | Catalan Soil functions Soils deliver 11 key ecosystem services that enable life on Earth.
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Score: 906491.8 - https://www.fao.org/global-soi...ces/communication-material/fr/
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