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Declaration on the Human Rights of Individuals who are not nationals of the country in which they live Adopted by General Assembly resolution 40/144 of 13 December 1985 The General Assembly , Considering that the Charter of the United Nations encourages universal respect for and observance of the human rights and fundamental freedoms of all human beings, without distinction as to race, sex, language or religion, Considering that the Universal Declaration of Human Rights proclaims that all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights and that everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in that Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status, Considering that the Universal Declaration of Human Rights proclaims further that everyone has the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law, that all are equal before the law and entitled without any discrimination to equal protection of the law, and that all are entitled to equal protection against any discrimination in violation of that Declaration and against any incitement to such discrimination, Being aware that the States Parties to the International Covenants on Human Rights undertake to guarantee that the rights enunciated in these Covenants will be exercised without discrimination of any kind as to race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status, Conscious that, with improving communications and the development of peaceful and friendly relations among countries, individuals increasingly live in countries of which they are not nationals, Reaffirming the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations, Recognizing that the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms provided for in international instruments should also be ensured for individuals who are not nationals of the country in which they live, Proclaims this Declaration: Article 1 For the purposes of this Declaration, the term "alien" shall apply, with due regard to qualifications made in subsequent articles, to any individual who is not a national of the State in which he or she is present.
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Score: 553489.94 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...ho%20are%20not%20nationals.pdf
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And importantly, they require States to participate and share national-level best practices of provision of justice and remedies to victims which respect, protect and fulfil their rights. 3 I am privileged to be the first UN Victims’ Rights Advocate. However, I am conscious that the recognition of the dignity and rights of victims is not new.
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Score: 686076.37 - https://www.un.org/preventing-...iles/general/vra_statement.pdf
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Gradually, we need to progress to health-conscious dietary practices from mere taste preferences or cultural habits.
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Score: 663375.1 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...21/10/FSS_statement_Bhutan.pdf
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Recognising the important significance of the Protocol for the Prohibition of the Use in War of Asphyxiating, Poisonous or Other Gases and of Bacteriological Methods of Warfare, signed at Geneva on 17 June 1925, and conscious also of the contribution which the said Protocol has already made, and continues to make, to mitigating the horrors of war, Reaffirming their adherence to the principles and objectives of that Protocol and calling upon all States to comply strictly with them, Recalling that the General Assembly of the United Nations has repeatedly condemned all actions contrary to the principles and objectives of the Geneva Protocol of 17 June 1925, Desiring to contribute to the strengthening of confidence between peoples and the general improvement of the international atmosphere, Desiring also to contribute to the realisation of the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations, Convinced of the importance and urgency of eliminating from the arsenals of States, through effective measures, such dangerous weapons of mass destruction as those using chemical or bacteriological (biological) agents, Recognising that an agreement on the prohibition of bacteriological (biological) and toxin weapons represents a first possible step towards the achievement of agreement on effective measures also for the prohibition of the development, production and stockpiling of chemical weapons, and determined to continue negotiations to that end, Determined, for the sake of all mankind, to exclude completely the possibility of bacteriological (biological) agents and toxins being used as weapons, Convinced that such use would be repugnant to the conscience of mankind and that no effort should be spared to minimise this risk, Have agreed as follows: ARTICLE I Each State Party to this Convention undertakes never in any circumstances to develop, produce, stockpile or otherwise acquire or retain: 1. microbial or other biological agents, or toxins whatever their origin or method of production, of types and in quantities that have no justification for prophylactic, protective or other peaceful purposes; 2. weapons, equipment or means of delivery designed to use such agents or toxins for hostile purposes or in armed conflict.
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Score: 511154.74 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...onv%20biological%20weapons.pdf
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Her interests focus on digital diplomacy, women’s empowerment, social entrepreneurship, new technologies and innovation in education and employment. Being a conscious global citizen she conducted many independent photography projects, most recently for a backpacking trip through 13 countries aimed at highlighting socially relevant issues in Iran and Pakistan.  
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Score: 178650.2 - https://www.un.org/development...egates-at-70th-ga-session.html
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Microsoft Word - Document1 Declaration on the Protection of Women and Children in Emergency and Armed Conflict Proclaimed by General Assembly resolution 3318 (XXIX) of 14 December 1974 The General Assembly , Having considered the recommendation of the Economic and Social Council contained in its resolution 1861 (LVI) of 16 May 1974, Expressing its deep concern over the sufferings of women and children belonging to the civilian population who in periods of emergency and armed conflict in the struggle for peace, self-determination, national liberation and independence are too often the victims of inhuman acts and consequently suffer serious harm, Aware of the suffering of women and children in many areas of the world, especially in those areas subject to suppression, aggression, colonialism, racism, alien domination and foreign subjugation, Deeply concerned by the fact that, despite general and unequivocal condemnation, colonialism, racism and alien and foreign domination continue to subject many peoples under their yoke, cruelly suppressing the national liberation movements and inflicting heavy losses and incalculable sufferings on the populations under their domination, including women and children, Deploring the fact that grave attacks are still being made on fundamental freedoms and the dignity of the human person and that colonial and racist foreign domination Powers continue to violate international humanitarian law, Recalling the relevant provisions contained in the instruments of international humanitarian law relative to the protection of women and children in time of peace and war, Recalling , among other important documents, its resolutions 2444 (XXIII) of 19 December 1968, 2597 (XXIV) of 16 December 1969 and 2674 (XXV) and 2675 (XXV) of 9 December 1970, on respect for human rights and on basic principles for the protection of civilian populations in armed conflicts, as well as Economic and Social Council resolution 1515 (XLVIII) of 28 May 1970 in which the Council requested the General Assembly to consider the possibility of drafting a declaration on the protection of women and children in emergency or wartime, Conscious of its responsibility for the destiny of the rising generation and for the destiny of mothers, who play an important role in society, in the family and particularly in the upbringing of children, Bearing in mind the need to provide special protection of women and children belonging to the civilian population, Solemnly proclaims this Declaration on the Protection of Women and Children in Emergency and Armed Conflict and calls for the strict observance of the Declaration by all Member States: 1.
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Score: 642128.03 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...20women%20armed%20conflict.pdf
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Educate ourselves, our families, and our networks through formal and informal channels, including social media, on the impacts that we as individuals and as a collective society have on the climate through daily lifestyle choices; 3. Innovate climate-conscious solutions to local and global challenges and support scaling of sustainable products for widespread use; 4. (...) Shift our diets to be plant-forward and climate conscious, reducing meat consumption and demanding reforms in food production industries as appropriate; 12.
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Score: 734837.7 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u..._climate_compact_uncsc2019.pdf
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Hereby, we the youth pledge to: Raise awareness in our own communities about policy that is detrimental to the health of our planet and promote policy which works to confront the main causes of the climate crisis; Educate ourselves, our families, and our networks through formal and informal channels, including social media, on the impacts that we as individuals and as a collective society have on the climate through daily lifestyle choices; Innovate climate-conscious solutions to local and global challenges and support scaling of sustainable products for widespread use; Advance the widespread education of women and girls, understanding that doing so is a critical step in combating climate change; Be mindful of the effects of our consumption, compounded in the manufacturing, transport, storage, sales, use, and disposal of products; Implement the 6Rs: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Repair, Rethink, and Refuse in order to fulfill a net-negative carbon future to reverse environmental degradation; Use our purchasing power to encourage businesses to prioritize sustainable models and environmental well-being over short-term profits; Prioritize environmentally friendly mobility options; influence relevant governing bodies to center the “Avoid, Shift, and Improve” framework in their building of sustainable local mobility systems and infrastructure; Properly dispose of waste, and advocate for improved waste management infrastructure;  Avoid single-use plastic products and packaging to reduce the accumulation of waste;  Shift our diets to be plant-forward and climate conscious, reducing meat consumption and demanding reforms in food production industries as appropriate;  Call attention to the environmental harms caused by factory farming and unsustainable agricultural practices; opt for local food and support sustainable producers;  Caution against the toxic composition and limit our use of certain cosmetic, personal care, cleaning, and menstrual hygiene products, thereby reducing their contribution to pollution and ozone depletion;  Reduce consumption of products that exacerbate deforestation and urge our governments to improve forest ecosystem health and reforest desertified land;  Protect forests and rainforests, which produce large amounts of oxygen, from fires and destruction;  Use renewable sources of energy such as hydropower, solar, wind, geothermal, and biomass when accessible; divest from fossil fuels, mining, and other businesses that profit at the expense of our planet;  Commit to conserving current energy reserves and sources through sparing usage only when necessary, effectively reducing carbon output and protecting energy security;  Invest in climate solutions and green jobs, ensuring our industrial transition toward a net-negative economy is just, equitable, and does not leave people and communities behind;  Integrate climate-resilient infrastructures and business models to reduce the effects of natural disasters;  Support organizations that strive to reduce negative impact on the environment while actively engaging in innovative and sustainable practices;  Actively participate in climate-related political processes, maximizing the voice of the people and challenging the influence of profiteers; urge political representatives to understand the pressing nature of the climate crisis and support policies that promote the health of our planet;  Condemn laws and regulations that deny environmental justice to and disproportionately affect marginalized groups; call attention to the disproportionate effects of climate emergencies on developing countries, especially the Least Developed Countries;  Mobilize to remedy the disproportionate effects of resource depletion, environmental degradation, and pollution on vulnerable populations, such as indigenous peoples;  Foster inclusion when addressing the pledges in this Compact, realizing that collaboration within and between communities is crucial in ending the climate crisis;  Acknowledge all forms of life on Earth, understanding that we are all interconnected in the global ecosystem.
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Score: 708855.96 - https://www.un.org/en/node/58646
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