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CONCLUDING OBSERVATIONS ON THE COMBINED 4TH TO 6TH PERIODIC REPORTS OF IRAQ : COMMITTEE ON THE ELIMINATION OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN
CEDAW/C/IRQ/CO/4-6 14-25809 2/17 (b) Act No. 23 (2011) on combating illiteracy; (c) Act No. 8 (2011) on domestic violence in the Kurdistan Region. 5. The Committee welcomes the adoption by the State party of the following policies: (a) National Strategy to Combat Violence against Women (2013-2017), in March 2013; (b) Strategy to combat violence against women in the Kurdistan Region (2012-2016), in November 2012; (c) National Plan on Human Rights (2010-2014). 6. (...) The Committee notes the adoption of the National Strategy to Combat Violence against Women in Iraq (2013-2017).
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CONCLUDING COMMENTS - HUNGARY
The Committee notes with satisfaction that the State party is in the process of preparing a draft national strategy to combat trafficking in human beings. 6. The Committee welcomes the measures taken by the State party to prevent cancer among women, in particular the screening programmes for breast, cervical and colon cancer. (...) While noting the ratification by the State party in December 2006 of the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children, supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, and the preparation of a draft national strategy to combat trafficking in humans, the Committee remains concerned about the persistence of trafficking in women and girls in Hungary. 23. (...) The Committee calls upon the State party to accelerate the formulation of its national strategy to combat trafficking in human beings, to ensure the effective implementation, with specified time frames, of all measures taken to combat human trafficking and to ensure that an effective monitoring system is in place to track progress.
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QUADRENNIAL REPORTS FOR THE PERIOD 2005-2008 SUBMITTED BY NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS IN CONSULTATIVE STATUS WITH THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL THROUGH THE SECRETARY-GENERAL PURSUANT TO COUNCIL RESOLUTION 1996/31 : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
In the past four years, the Federation has developed two major programmes jointly with the Government of Cuba and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) (prevention of HIV/AIDS and combating tuberculosis). Working with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), the Federation has designed and developed training courses and printed materials about struggling against sexist stereotypes. The Federation has also developed a project with the World Food Programme to combat anaemia in pregnant women and children in eastern Cuba, which distributes supplies and provides information on iron-fortified food. (...) The guidance houses belong to the Federation and are part of its work in each municipality providing guidance, advice and training in issues such as health, combating violence, education and the law and working in the community and with families and schools.
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Some of the PUI projects which could contribute to the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) include: Enhancing food security       Initiatives to combat zoonotic disease       Providing potable water to underserved communities        Strengthening and developing nuclear energy infrastructure      Interventions focused on mitigation and adaptation efforts related to climate change       Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development       Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss     The IAEA will continue the work of the PUI to further expand the benefits of the peaceful uses of nuclear science and technology in order to contribute to the attainment of the SDGs.  In focus Video 23 March 2017 Taking the Initiative for Peaceful Uses News Bulletin Article 12 January 2022 Virtual School Helps Standardize Drafting Safety Regulations Bulletin Article 06 January 2022 From Soybeans to Cancer Treatment News story 25 June 2021 IAEA Member States Get Special Access to OECD-NEA Nuclear Software and Data News story 21 June 2021 IAEA Launches Workshop Series on Economics of Emerging and Existing Reactor Technologies More news → Video of Panel discussion marking the 10th anniversary of the IAEA Peaceful Uses Initiative (PUI) Panel discussion marking the 10th anniversary of the IAEA Peaceful Uses Initiative (PUI) Member State Briefings Informal Technical Briefing 19 March 2019 Informal Technical Briefing 19 April 2018 Informal Technical Briefing 23 March 2017 Informal Technical Briefing 20 June 2016 Informal Technical Briefing 24 March 2015 10th Anniversary of PUI (November 9, 2020) Remarks by Sweedish Ambassador Ms Kumlin Granit Remarks by Kazakh Ambassador Mr Kairat Umarov Remarks by Indonesian Ambassador Mr Darmansjah Djumala Remarks by U.S.
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CEDAW COMMITTEE: SURINAME - COMBINED FOURTH TO SIXTH PERIODIC REPORTS
To date, Suriname has made significant improvements in the fields of enrolment of women in education, reduction of maternal mortality, combating HIV/AIDS, adoption/revision of legislation and defining and implementing of various national plans, programs and projects. 3. (...) Adoption of national laws • Adoption of the Law to Combat Domestic Violence (2009). This law aims to protect victims of domestic violence at an early stage through a fast procedure. (...) The ratification of the “Palermo Protocol” (2007) to prevent and combat Trafficking in Persons, especially in women and children, is another clear result of the Government ’s commitment to combat human trafficking. 54.
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LIST OF ISSUES IN RELATION TO THE COMBINED INITIAL TO 3RD PERIODIC REPORTS OF THE MARSHALL ISLANDS : COMMITTEE ON THE ELIMINATION OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN : ADDENDUM
This grant awarded the GAD Office for distribution to local partners such as Women United Together Marshall Islands (WUTMI) and Marshall Islands Police Department (MIPD) in order to combat domestic violence (DV) and violence against women (VAW). (...) Once this is set up, WUTMI intends to generate reports from the database for its own and partner use to monitor and evaluate WUTMI’s responses and capabilities to effectively combat violence against women and girls. 28. A Treaty Reporting Workshop for the members of the HRC was held in Majuro, from 23-24 February 2017. (...) Please provide information on how nationwide data is collected, collated, analysed and shared for the purpose of effectively combating gender-based violence against women and girls, including domestic violence, particularly in the outer islands. 55.
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WHO | Building tobacco control skills to help combat noncommunicable diseases in Panama Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Navigation Home Convention Protocol Secretariat Treaty instruments Coordination platform Reporting Media centre Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu News stories Previous years Press releases Media briefings Events Past events Videos Building tobacco control skills to help combat noncommunicable diseases in Panama Panama City, Panama 16 December 2016 A conference convened in Panama aims to promote the prevention of tobacco use in the country and internationally. (...) Tobacco is one of the main contributing factors to the four main types of noncommunicable diseases, which are cardiovascular diseases, cancers, chronic respiratory diseases and diabetes.
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An estimated 66 000 deaths occur annually from melanoma and other skin cancers /2 . The cause of many of these skin cancers is ultraviolet radiation (UV) from the sun. (...) The new package will help children, their families and educators protect children from the risks of developing malignant and non-malignant skin cancers, cataracts and other UV-caused conditions. (...) “The phase-out of the ozone depleting pesticide Methyl Bromide, combating the illegal trade in CFCs and full implementation of the Montreal Protocol in developing countries are all issues that need to be tackled.
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TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE IN NARCOTICS CONTROL
Technical assistance in narcotics control The General Assembly, Considering that, under Chapter IX of the Charter of the United Nations and under the international narcotics treaties, the United Nations exercises respon- sibilities in the field of narcotic drugs, Considering that technical assistance is a means by which countries may be helped to increase the effec- tiveness of their measures to control the production, distribution and use of narcotic drugs, to reduce and eliminate drug addiction and to combat the illicit traffic, Recognizing the particular usefulness of technical as- sistance for those countries with an important problem of drug addiction or illicit traffic, or both, Taking account of the arrangements previously estab- lished by the General Assembly concerning the regular technical assistance programmes and the advisory ser- vices of the United Nations, and concerning the Ex- panded Programme of Technical Assistance, Noting that in many cases narcotics control projects would benefit the international community as much or more than the country receiving technical assistance, and that the effectiveness of the control system em- bodied in the international narcotics treaties would be Resolatione adopled on lhe reporls of the Third Committee IS increased if technical assistance were available to countries which require it, Noting that the specialized agencies concerned-the World Health Organization and the Food and Agri- culture Organization of the United Nations-are ren- dering valuable services to their members in matters within their competence touching questions of narcotics control, 1. (...) International encouragement of scientific research into the control of can- cerous diseases The General Assembly, Considering that cancerous diseases are at present among the diseases most' dangerous to mankind, Recognizing the general desire of all mankind to eliminate wide-spread cancerous diseases, Noting with approval the useful work carried out by the World Health Organization, the International Union against Cancer and national organizations for the control of cancerous diseases, Recognizing further that the national and interna- tional efforts so far undertaken for the control of cancerous diseases have not yielded sufficiently effective results, Wishing to encourage further scientific efforts in this field in all countries and international institutions, 1. (...) Invites the World Health Organization to con- sider, in accordance with article IV of the Agreement between the United Nations and the World Health Organization, what further steps may be taken to encourage efforts in the field of the control of cancerous diseases; 3. Also invites the World Health Organization to seek the full support and scientific advice of the Interna- tional Union against Cancer for this purpose;
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