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The Trial Chamber said that if circumstances altered during the trial, the Prosecution might apply for variation of the order, such variation only to be made for good cause. (...) The Prosecution also applies to the Chamber to vary the number of witnesses and says that it will continue to substitute new witnesses if such become available. (...) Therefore, in the present days, the Trial Chamber must be satisfied that it is in the interest of justice to vary its original order of the 25th July. Put another way, has the Prosecution shown any good cause for the Trial Chamber to vary its original order?
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Score: 925901.5 - https://www.icty.org/en/press/...plete-its-case-milosevic-trial
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Decision on variation of the time limit for presenting evidence | International Criminal Court Aller au contenu principal Trying individuals for genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and aggression EN FR Main navigation Accueil À propos La Cour Organisation La Présidence Les Chambres Le Bureau du Procureur La Défense Les victimes Les témoins Le Greffe Les États parties La coopération La sensibilisation Le Fonds au profit des victimes Bureau du Procureur Situations et affaires Les affaires Les défendants Enquêtes Ouganda République démocratique du Congo Darfour, Soudan République centrafricaine Kenya Libye Côte d'Ivoire Mali République centrafricaine II Géorgie Burundi Bangladesh/Myanmar Afghanistan État de Palestine Philippines Vénézuela I Ukraine Examens préliminaires Guinée Nigéria Vénézuela II Bolivie Nouvelles Documents Documents publics ​Documents publics​ et transcriptions Jugements, Arrêts, décisions et ordonnances Questions hors situations Textes juridiques fondamentaux Rapports Fiches d'information Journal officiel Textes administratifs Bibliothèque des ressources Bibliothèque Outils juridques Informations pratiques Calendrier des audiences Nous contacter Visiter la Cour Fournisseurs S’impliquer #LaJusticeCompte #1MondePlusJuste #AccèsÀLaJustice #ODD16 Partager des récits Ressources Diplomates Universitaires at chercheurs Juristes et conseils Médias La société civile Enseignants et élèves du niveau secondaire Postes vacants Recherche Fil d'Ariane Home Court Record Icc 02 05 01 Decision on variation of the time limit for presenting evidence Decision on variation of the time limit for presenting evidence ICC-02/05-01/20-401 20 mai 2021 | Chambre préliminaire II | Décision Affaire: Le Procureur c. (...) Signaler une erreur Social Media Links Twitter Facebook Instagram Youtube Flickr Tumblr À propos La Cour Comment fonctionne la Cour Organisation États parties La coopération Sensibilisation Le Fonds au profit des victimes Situations et affaires Affaires Défendants Enquêtes Examens préliminaires Documents Textes juridiques fondamentaux Rapports Fiches d'information Journal Officiel Textes Administratifs Bibliothèque des ressources Bibliothèque Tous les enregistrements Arrêts, décision et ordonnance Informations pratiques Postes vacant Calendrier des audiences Nous contacter Visiter la Cour Fournisseurs S’impliquer Footer menu Conditions d'utilisation Confidentialité de l'information
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Score: 925191.2 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/fr/court-record/icc-02/05-01/20-401
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Decision on Prosecution request for variation of Decision on matters related to Defence challenges under Article 69(7) of the Statute | International Criminal Court Skip to main content Trying individuals for genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and aggression EN FR Main navigation Home About The Court Organization Presidency Judicial Divisions Office of the Prosecutor Defence Victims Witnesses Registry State Parties Cooperation Outreach Trust Fund for Victims Office of the Prosecutor Situations and Cases Cases Defendants Investigations Uganda Democratic Republic of the Congo Darfur, Sudan Central Afican Republic Kenya Libya Côte d'Ivoire Mali Central African Republic II Georgia Burundi Bangladesh/Myanmar Afghanistan State of Palestine Republic of the Philippines Venezuela I Ukraine Preliminary Examinations Nigeria Venezuela II ... ⋯ News Documents Court Records All Records Judgments, Decisions and Orders Matter Outside Situations Core Legal Texts Reports Factsheets Official Journal Administrative Issuances Resource Library Library Legal Tools Practical Information Court Calendar Contact Us Visit Us Vendors Get Involved #JusticeMatters #MoreJustWorld #AccessToJustice #SDG16 Share Stories Resources For Academics and Researches Diplomats Legal professionals Media NGOs Teachers and high school students Vacancies Search Breadcrumb Home Court Record Icc 01 12 01 Decision on Prosecution request for variation of Decision on matters related to Defence challenges under Article 69(7) of the Statute Decision on Prosecution request for variation of Decision on matters related to Defence challenges under Article 69(7) of the Statute ICC-01/12-01/18-1160 24 November 2020 | Trial Chamber X | Decision Case: The Prosecutor v. (...) Report an error Social Media Links Twitter Facebook Instagram Youtube Flickr Tumblr About The Court How the Court works Organization State Parties Cooperation Outreach Trust Fund for Victims Situations and Cases Cases Defendants Investigations Preliminary examinations Documents Core Legal Texts Reports Factsheets Official Journal Administrative Issuances Resource Library Library All records Judgments, Decisions and Orders Practical information Vacancies Court calendar Contact us Visit us Vendors Get Involved Footer menu Terms and conditions of use Privacy Policy
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Score: 925191.2 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/court-record/icc-01/12-01/18-1160
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Prosecution’s request for variation of disclosure related time limits | International Criminal Court Aller au contenu principal Trying individuals for genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and aggression EN FR Main navigation Accueil À propos La Cour Organisation La Présidence Les Chambres Le Bureau du Procureur La Défense Les victimes Les témoins Le Greffe Les États parties La coopération La sensibilisation Le Fonds au profit des victimes Bureau du Procureur Situations et affaires Les affaires Les défendants Enquêtes Ouganda République démocratique du Congo Darfour, Soudan République centrafricaine Kenya Libye Côte d'Ivoire Mali République centrafricaine II Géorgie Burundi Bangladesh/Myanmar Afghanistan État de Palestine Philippines Vénézuela I Ukraine Examens préliminaires Nigéria Vénézuela II ... ... Nouvelles Documents Documents publics ​Documents publics​ et transcriptions Jugements, Arrêts, décisions et ordonnances Questions hors situations Textes juridiques fondamentaux Rapports Fiches d'information Journal officiel Textes administratifs Bibliothèque des ressources Bibliothèque Outils juridques Informations pratiques Calendrier des audiences Nous contacter Visiter la Cour Fournisseurs S’impliquer #LaJusticeCompte #1MondePlusJuste #AccèsÀLaJustice #ODD16 Partager des récits Ressources Diplomates Universitaires at chercheurs Juristes et conseils Médias La société civile Enseignants et élèves du niveau secondaire Postes vacants Recherche Fil d'Ariane Home Court Record Icc 02 05 01 Prosecution’s request for variation of disclosure related time limits Prosecution’s request for variation of disclosure related time limits ICC-02/05-01/20-228 10 Décembre 2020 | Bureau du Procureur | Requête Affaire: Le Procureur c. (...) Signaler une erreur Social Media Links Twitter Facebook Instagram Youtube Flickr Tumblr À propos La Cour Comment fonctionne la Cour Organisation États parties La coopération Sensibilisation Le Fonds au profit des victimes Situations et affaires Affaires Défendants Enquêtes Examens préliminaires Documents Textes juridiques fondamentaux Rapports Fiches d'information Journal Officiel Textes Administratifs Bibliothèque des ressources Bibliothèque Tous les enregistrements Arrêts, décision et ordonnance Informations pratiques Postes vacant Calendrier des audiences Nous contacter Visiter la Cour Fournisseurs S’impliquer Footer menu Conditions d'utilisation Confidentialité de l'information
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Score: 925191.2 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/fr/court-record/icc-02/05-01/20-228
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On the continental level (250 m ground resolution), WaPOR allows to see the difference between areas with low and high water productivity and monitor its variations over time to target interventions. Grey areas on the water productivity map are generally in desert conditions, where water productivity is extremely low. (...) Monitoring biomass production trends and spatial variations is valuable for making decisions on agricultural practices to adapt to changing weather conditions. (...) WaPOR applications catalogue Find out examples of WaPOR applications in the field Related links WaPOR Portal With the support of Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                                             Download our App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 924663.8 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...inental-water-productivity/en/
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On the continental level (250 m ground resolution), WaPOR allows to see the difference between areas with low and high water productivity and monitor its variations over time to target interventions. Grey areas on the water productivity map are generally in desert conditions, where water productivity is extremely low. (...) Monitoring biomass production trends and spatial variations is valuable for making decisions on agricultural practices to adapt to changing weather conditions. (...) WaPOR applications catalogue Find out examples of WaPOR applications in the field Related links WaPOR Portal With the support of Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                                             Download our App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 924663.8 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...inental-water-productivity/ru/
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On the continental level (250 m ground resolution), WaPOR allows to see the difference between areas with low and high water productivity and monitor its variations over time to target interventions. Grey areas on the water productivity map are generally in desert conditions, where water productivity is extremely low. (...) Monitoring biomass production trends and spatial variations is valuable for making decisions on agricultural practices to adapt to changing weather conditions. (...) WaPOR applications catalogue Find out examples of WaPOR applications in the field Related links WaPOR Portal With the support of Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                                             Download our App © FAO, 2022
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OTP’s Proposed Amendments (in bold) to Rule 75 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence UNITED NATIONS International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991 IT/254 Date: 4 February 2008 Original: English ____________________________________________________________________ PRACTICE DIRECTION ON PROCEDURE FOR THE VARIATION OF PROTECTIVE MEASURES PURSUANT TO RULE 75 (H) OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE AND EVIDENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNAL FOR ACCESS TO CONFIDENTIAL TRIBUNAL MATERIAL (IT/254) PRACTICE DIRECTION ON PROCEDURE FOR THE VARIATION OF PROTECTIVE MEASURES PURSUANT TO RULE 75 (H) OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE AND EVIDENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNAL FOR ACCESS TO CONFIDENTIAL TRIBUNAL MATERIAL In accordance with Rule 19(B) of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991 (“Rules” and “Tribunal”, respectively), and having consulted with the Bureau, the Registrar and the Prosecutor, I issue this Practice Direction in order to establish a procedure for the variation of protective measures pursuant to Rule 75 (H) of the Rules for access to confidential Tribunal material. --------------------------------- Fausto Pocar President Dated this 4 th day of February 2008 At The Hague The Netherlands IT/254 4 February 2008 2 Submission of Applications 1. (...) IT/254 4 February 2008 3 mailto:CourtAssistants@icty.org IT/254 4 February 2008 4 (b) Any evidence and information provided by the Tribunal shall be kept confidential in accordance with the conditions set out in the decision or order by the Chamber granting the application. (...) UNITED NATIONS ____________________________________________________________________ PRACTICE DIRECTION ON PROCEDURE FOR THE VARIATION OF PROTECTIVE MEASURES PURSUANT TO RULE 75 (H) OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE AND EVIDENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNAL FOR ACCESS TO CONFIDENTIAL TRIBUNAL MATERIAL
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Score: 922632.4 - https://www.icty.org/x/file/Le...actice_Directions/IT_254_e.pdf
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Microsoft Word - RASGPA06IP05 RASG-PA/6 — IP/05 04/06/13 International Civil Aviation Organization Sixth Annual Plenary Meeting of the Regional Aviation Safety Group – Pan America (RASG-PA/6) San Jose, Costa Rica, 27 – 28 June 2013 Agenda Item 7: Other Business PUBLICATION OF ICAO DOCUMENTS: DOC 9365 - MANUAL OF ALL-WEATHER OPERATIONS - THIRD EDITION AND DOC 9976 - FLIGHT PLANNING AND FUEL MANAGEMENT MANUAL (Presented by the Secretariat) SUMMARY ICAO through publication of Doc 9976 - Flight Planning and Fuel Management Manual and Doc 9365 - Manual of All-Weather Operations - Third Edition, adapts to new trends and to the increasingly competitive and demanding international air transport industry conditions allowing operators using technology and risk management to meet increasing operational challenges and thus have the opportunity to receive a return on their investments. (...) It also provides guidance material to assist States, civil aviation authorities, and the operators under their jurisdiction in the development and/or application of prescriptive regulations and performance-based variations to such regulations based on Annex 6, Part I, 4.3.4, 4.3.5, 4.3.6 and 4.3.7. 3.2 Amendment 36 to Annex 6, Part I, ushers in a new era where operators can improve overall operational efficiency and reduce emissions by implementing national regulations based on globalized prescriptive standards or operational variations from such standards based on an individual operator’s ability to achieve target levels of safety performance. 3.3 These variations, with precise guidance, are contingent on the use of hard data and the application of safety risk management principles. 3.4 The challenge remains, however, for civil aviation authorities to appropriately define all of the regulations that allow operators to optimize fuel management while maintaining appropriate flight operations safety margins. (...) Conclusions 4.1 ICAO, through the publication of these manuals, adapts to new trends and to the increasingly competitive international air transport industry market conditions, thus allowing operators using technology and risk management to meet increasing operational challenges and have the opportunity to receive a return on their investments. 4.2 ICAO states that it is only through the disciplined application of the best safety risk management practices that the frequency and severity of aviation occurrences can continue to decline. 4.3 The Meeting is informed that both manuals are available for States in the ICAO restricted portal under the ICAO NET section. 4.4 The Meeting is invited to review both manuals; any comments should be addressed to: The Secretary General International Civil Aviation Organization 999 University Street Montréal, Quebec H3A 2R2 Canada E-mail: icaohq@icao.int — END —
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Score: 920619.3 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...2013/RASGPA06/RASGPA06IP05.pdf
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• Based on 68 studies reporting prevalence up to 2014, we found approximately: • Physical abuse – 42% • Emotional abuse – 37% • Contact sexual abuse – 9% • Neglect- 28% • These estimates are in the middle of wide international ranges, except CSA which is lower than most countries Overall, there is very wide diversity in estimates in China (and the Asian region) • The ranges of Chinese estimates are very wide - • Emotional Abuse: 5% to 75% • Physical Abuse: 5% to 95% • Sexual abuse: from 2% to 20% • Historically, the breadth of estimates in the USA has been much the same Prevalence of emotional abuse in China (%) Surveys from 1988-2014 (Fang et al, 2015) 10 30 50 70 90 Combined Li, 2014 Lu, 2012 Yang, 2012 Zhu, 2012 Ma, 2012 Zhong, 2012 Wang, 2012 Yong, 2011 Gao, 2011 Lin, 2011 Hou, 2010 Dong, 2010 Zhou, 2010 Zhu, 2010 Zeng, 2010 Yan, 2009 Xiao, 2008 Chen, 2008 Chang, 2008 Xie, 2008 Cai, 2008 Ding, 2007 Tao, 2006 Zhao, 2006 Huang, 2006 Chen, 2005 Chen, 2005 Hu, 2005 Yang, 2004 Chen, 2004 Zhao, 2004 Study Emotional abuse – estimates from Chinese surveys Prevalence of physical abuse in China (%) Estimates from surveys,1988-2014; Fang et al, 2015 10 3p 50 70 90 Combined Li, 2014 Chan, 2013 Ma, 2012 Zhu, 2012 Lu, 2012 Zhong, 2012 Wang, 2012 Chou, 2011 Yong, 2011 Lin, 2011 Gao, 2011 Qiu, 2010 Fuh, 2010 Zeng, 2010 Shen, 2009 Yan, 2009 Hester, 2009 Cai, 2008 Yen, 2008 Xiao, 2008 Xiao, 2008 Chen, 2008 Ma, 2007 Ding, 2007 Tao, 2006 Huang, 2006 Chen, 2006 Ye, 2006 Zhao, 2006 Ma, 2005 Chen, 2005 Chen, 2005 Hu, 2005 Yang, 2004 Zhao, 2004 Samuda, 1988 Study Variation in estimates of child physical abuse in China Prevalence of contact sexual abuse in China (%) 5 10 15 20 25 30 Combined Qiu, 2010 Lin, 2011 Ye, 2006 Su, 2008 Sun, 2006 Chan, 2013 Chen, 2006 Chen, 2004 Chen, 2010 Chen, 2006 Gu, 2005 So-kum Tang, 2002 Chen, 2003 Chen, 2004 Chen, 2004 Chen, 2002 Females Study Variation in sexual abuse estimates (Chinese females, from Ji et al, 2013) Prevalence of contact sexual abuse, China (%) 5 10 15 20 25 30 Combined Lin, 2011 Ye, 2006 Su, 2008 Sun, 2006 Chan, 2013 Chen, 2004 Chen, 2010 Chen, 2006 Gu, 2005 So-kum Tang, 2002 Chen, 2003 Chen, 2004 Males Study Estimates of CSA reported by males in China Several relevant implications for bullying research in Asia Key points to consider in designing further studies 1. There is no “true” prevalence statistic that can be applied to a population • (Dunne, Choo, Madrid, Subrahmanian, Rumble, Blight and Maternowska, Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health, 2015). • Our key purpose – for prevention and system intervention - is to understand variation in risk • Risk varies considerably across provinces, cultural groups and social conditions. • Some variation will be real across time, place and social groups; some is due to methodological factors • We should not expect to find “the true prevalence” – all estimates depend on context 2. (...) Include core indicators on bullying and VaC that are adaptable for localised research • The main questionnaire should have a short form (and a resource manual for data collection and analysis) so that localised research is comparable to this national study • This will help to reduce the unacceptably wide variation in accumulated VaC social research that is caused by using tools and methods that are unstandardised Long term view • Up to 2016, in all of Asia, there has not been a single published follow-up study of community-based or random samples that enables a time perspective on VaC and limited information on bullying change oiver time
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Score: 918177.2 - https://violenceagainstchildre...presentation_michael_dunne.pdf
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