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PROGRESS REPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS MEDIATOR ON PALESTINE SUBMITTED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL FOR TRANSMISSION TO THE MEMBERS OF THE UNITED NATIONS : SUPPLEMENT TO PART 3 OF THE PROGRESS REPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS MEDIATOR ON PALESTINE (A/648)
To make it suitable for use by the Arabs, the clothing received is apt to need considerable modification. With the exception of the jacket worn by men, the men's dress, i.e. the vest (sedirah), Persian trousers (shirwal), under- wear and head-dress (eikal) and the women's shirwal, galabieh and tarha are all very different from European-style garments. An appeal was therefore made for a quantity of cloth sufficient to clothe 200,000 persons; it was hoped also that in making up this material, the women refugees "'1ight have something to do, with consequent im- provement of morale. (...) The need for shelter and clothing is imme- diate: every week's delay will mean a progressive death-roll from" exposure.
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Score: 1015637.7 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE...EN&DS=A/689CORR.1(SUPP)&LANG=E
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Household spending on clothing and apparel is discretionary and therefore highly income elastic. Facing an income shock, households can forego buying clothes. A 1.3 per cent decline in US GDP growth during the Global Financial Crisis in 2009 resulted in more than 12 per cent decline in imports of clothing and apparel from the rest of the world. Furthermore, demand for non-essentials like clothing does not necessarily pick up immediately after the crisis.
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Score: 1009911.9 - https://www.un.org/development...nufacturing-exports-from-ldcs/
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ENHANCING THE PRODUCTIVITY AND COMPETITIVENESS OF SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES THROUGH CLUSTERS AND NETWORKS
ESCWA would like to recognize the support of the Lebanese Syndicate of Textiles and the Lebanese Syndicate of Ready Made Clothes in facilitating the implementation of the survey on apparel manufacturing in Lebanon. (...) INTERNATIONAL TRENDS IN TEXTILES AND CLOTHING: CHALLENGES FOR THE ESCWA REGION .................................................................................................... 27 A. (...) In international trade in textiles and clothing, many major exporters, such as Egypt, the Syrian Arab Republic, and, to a lesser extent, Lebanon, are dependent on textiles and clothing for export earnings.
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Score: 1005660.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=E/ESCWA/SDPD/2003/10&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 69/01/07 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF JORDAN ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Commander Shimon Sapir who asked me two questions after which he asked me to take my clothes off. Every time I took an article off, he would order me to take off another, until I suspected the worst , and refused to continue my striptease. (...) Sometimes enormous highly-trained dogs are introduced into your cell. They tear at your clothes and body and expertly snatch at the cloth blindfolding your eyes. (...) Physical torture Within this general environment, which, as can be seen, lends itself to many combinations , physical torture, in the strict sense, is practised on you in one or more of the following styles. It should be remembered, however, that this happens to only a minority of those arrested.
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Score: 1004128.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce....nsf/get?open&DS=S/8961&Lang=E
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These sculptures were likely carried by the inhabitants of the Bengal region to Java, Sumatra, and Burma where their art style and design eventually became popular. A collection of bronze sculptures from Mainamati-Chittagong (in the South East of modern Bangladesh) of the pre-Pala and post-Gupta period determined the existence of a local Centre for Buddhist Art in this region. (...) Hence, Southeast Asian arts and style remain unique because of the use of the local traditions along with Bengal artistic elements.   See also: The Warehouse of Qal’at al-Bahrain Ancient Korean Art and Glassware The Enduring Legacy of Ajanta Paintings Applied Arts and Metalwork Clothing as a Reflection of Socio-economic Status and Regional Differences Madrasas as Universal Centers of Education and Culture The Development of Artistic Textiles  Medieval Alchemy and Chemistry in Central Asia Persian and Arab Musical Influences in Thai Courtly Life The Art of Manuscript Bookmaking along the Silk Roads Paths of New Beliefs Regional Variations in Coinage and the Monetary System Classical Arabic Literature The Transformative Power of Tea The Evolution of Sericulture along the Silk Roads Batik for the World Exhibition at UNESCO Sindhi Aesthetic Impulses and Cultural Expressions Stylistic Origins of Kashmiri Artistic Traditions The Diversity of Cultural Influences in Kushan Art Imitation and Inspiration: The Transformation of Porcelain along the Silk Roads The Art of Kyrgyz Traditional Felt Carpets   This platform has been developed and maintained with the support of: Azerbaijan China Germany Kazakhstan Oman Contact UNESCO Headquarters 7 Place de Fontenoy 75007 Paris, France Social and Human Sciences Sector Research, Policy and Foresight Section Silk Roads Programme silkroads@unesco.org Follow us UNESCO applies a zero tolerance policy against all forms of harassment WWW.UNESCO.ORG Disclaimer of Use Privacy Policy Terms of use Staff
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Score: 1003656.8 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...stic-influences-southeast-asia
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The shoes use a signature paneled, minimal style that uses a specially made mesh. "On" has become known for using a pastel-based color palette. (...) For other parts of "On" shoes, Brunner took inspiration from what he calls "design-free" areas such as nature and physiology: the lines on the shoes visually echo a muscle during effort. You don't put styling over the functionality; you let the aesthetic develop over time. (...) Its design philosophy remains the same. "You don't put styling over the functionality, you let the aesthetic develop over time," Brunner said in a 2020 interview with Highsnobiety.
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Score: 1002966.7 - https://www.wipo.int/hague/en/...s/hague_system_stories_on.html
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LETTER DATED 92/10/05 FROM THE PERMANENT OBSERVER FOR PALESTINE TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE UNDER-SECRETARY-GENERAL FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
Both the detainees and their families sometimes refuse visits which are to take place under humiliating and shameful conditions, in which women and young girls are stripped naked for purposes of searches on "security" grounds in spite of the fact that the procedure for visits, in which the detainees and their visitors are separated by barbed wire or perspex partitions to prevent any physical contact, makes those disgraceful searches both unjustified and illegitimate, particularly when the ladies are treated in a humiliating and sarcastic manner while they are taking off their clothes in compliance with unethical and inhuman orders. (...) Those dark dungeons are situated below old sewage pipes which leak onto the detainees’ bedding and the inmates are allowed to go out into the courtyard, with their arms manacled in old-style iron shackles, only for one hour a day. It has frequently been proposed, to no avail, that this block should be abolished and the isolated detainees returned to their detention centres where they can live among their fellow Palestinian prisoners, since there is no justification for their continued detention in that block for long periods of time sometimes exceeding two years. (...) The detainees are also suffering from overcrowding, limited space available for recreation, a shortage of beds and clothing and restrictions that are imposed on purchases from the canteen, where they are allowed to buy only a specified number of articles.
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Score: 1000575.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=E/CN.4/1993/74&Lang=E
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The manuscript is remarkable in that it records some artistic trends, the convergence and adaptation of certain styles and the first steps in the formation of the style that was later to be known as the early Safavid style, that is to say, the Tabriz school of the first half of the sixteenth century. (...) In principle, the Khamsa provides the most complete picture of the Tabriz style as it developed, although, at the same time, it may be noted that the main components of early Safavid painting are closely linked with both the Turkmen court style and the Herat style of Bihzād. (...) The miniatures in these manuscripts are eclectic: land- scapes in the Qazvin-Mashhad style are to be found alongside classical Herat sixteenth- century compositions; the treatment of human figures, their clothes and, particularly, their faces appears to anticipate the Isfahan style of the seventeenth century even though the paintings are executed in the traditions of the classical Persian miniature of the sixteenth century.
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Score: 1000252.1 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...%20and%20calligraphy%20BIS.pdf
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HUMAN RIGHTS AND SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTSTHE IMPACT OF SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS OF ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS / REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Legislation and other standards and guidelines Right to clothing ..... 1. Existing international standards relating to the right to clothing .......... . 2. Favourable impact of scientific and technological developments on the availability and quality of clothing . . . . . . . . . 3. Problems affecting hwnan ri ghts 4. (...) In the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, the States parties recognize the right of everyone to 11 an adequate standard of living for himself and his family, including adequate food, clothing and housing, and to the continuous improvement of living conditions".
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Score: 997847.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=E/CN.4/1084&Lang=E
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It uses Pipli, an applique art form native to Odisha, in which bright pieces of cloth are sewn together to allow for cheerful and accessible motifs of people and nature. Colour, storytelling and an indigenous style come together, exuding optimism and progress.
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Score: 997839 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi...s/2018/partners-forum-logo.pdf
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