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This research therefore explores the needs of smokers in the pre-contemplation and contemplation/ preparation stages. (...) Throughout this report, descriptions and analysis of ‘contemplators/preparers’ is simplified to ‘contemplators’. (...) Table 2: Profile of focus group sample per country Gender Age Smoking status 1 Male 17–24 Contemplator/preparer 2 Male 25–34 Pre-contemplator 3 Male 35–44 Pre-contemplator 4 Male 45–64 Contemplator/preparer 5 Female 17–24 Pre-contemplator 6 Female 25–34 Contemplator/preparer 7 Female 35–44 Contemplator/preparer 8 Female 45–64 Pre-contemplator at W orld H ealth O rganization on M ay 21, 2010 http://heapro.oxfordjournals.org D ow nloaded from http://heapro.oxfordjournals.org 44 E.
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Score: 1074146.5 - https://www.who.int/fctc/treat...ruments/ArtElevenDevlinTen.pdf
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It proposes: to recommend that the Governing Body invite member States to contemplate ratifying Convention No. 159; that the Working Party (or the LILS Committee) re-examine the status of Convention No. 159 in due course. (...) They recalled their reservations about inviting countries to contemplate ratifying the Convention, as well as the request they had made at the Conference in 1995 for it to be revised. 58. (...) It proposes: to recommend that the Governing Body invite member States to contemplate ratifying Convention No. 150; that the Working Party (or the LILS Committee) re-examine the status of Convention No. 150 in due course.
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Score: 1017562.7 - www.ilo.org/public/engl.../relm/gb/docs/gb268/lils-5.htm
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It proposes: to recommend that the Governing Body invite member States to contemplate ratifying Convention No. 159; that the Working Party (or the LILS Committee) re-examine the status of Convention No. 159 in due course. (...) They recalled their reservations about inviting countries to contemplate ratifying the Convention, as well as the request they had made at the Conference in 1995 for it to be revised. 58. (...) It proposes: to recommend that the Governing Body invite member States to contemplate ratifying Convention No. 150; that the Working Party (or the LILS Committee) re-examine the status of Convention No. 150 in due course.
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Score: 1017562.7 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng.../relm/gb/docs/gb268/lils-5.htm
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Situations when the receipt of free, prior and informed consent, is required This may include: Consideration of the meaning of the common language of articles 10 and 29; Consideration of the terms, free, prior, informed and consent; Consideration of the meaning of “forcibly removed” and “relocation”, as referred to in article 10; Connection between relocation and requirement for compensation/where possible option of return, as referred to in article 10; Consideration of the meaning of, “lands or territories of indigenous peoples”, as referred to in article 29; Examining whether free, prior and informed consent can be achieved in any circumstances; Examples of good practices in contemplation of the rights protected in articles 10 and 29. 4. Situations where consent should be the objective of the consultation This may include: Overarching nature of articles 19 and 32; Consider the meaning of the common language in articles 19 and 32: “Consult and cooperate in good faith”; “Indigenous peoples concerned”; “through their own representative institutions”; “in order to obtain (emphasis added) free, prior and informed consent”; Guidance on representative institutions or decision-making processes; Consideration of required safeguards even if consent is not strictly required, including benefit sharing, establishment of mitigation measures, compensation for any impact, benefit sharing; 3 Exploration of the legislative and/or administrative measures that may affect indigenous peoples within the context of article 19; Examples of good practices in contemplation of the rights protected in articles 19 and 32 above. 5. (...) Reparation/Remedies/Restitution This may include: 4 Consideration of free, prior and informed consent, in the context of the rights contemplated in article 11 (cultural, intellectual, religious and spiritual property); Consideration of forms of redress through effective mechanisms, including restitution within the context of article 11; Requirement for redress to be developed in conjunction with indigenous peoples (article 11); Consideration of the right to redress contemplated in article 28 (1) when indigenous peoples lose their land/territories including restitution, just, fair and equitable compensation for lands/territories/resources traditionally owned/occupied/used confiscated/taken occupied/used/damaged without free prior and informed consent; Consideration of the meaning of compensation within the context of article 28 (2), taking form of lands/territories/resources equal quality, size, legal status/monetary compensation or other redress; Good practice of redress provided in contemplation of the rights protected in articles 11 and 28. 9.
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Score: 989989.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...MRIP/FPIC/StudyConceptNote.pdf
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One can't discuss rural development without contemplating agriculture's central role in it; or to discuss land without contemplating desertification risks; or desertification without contemplating drought; or any of these issues without thinking of how they link to the challenges and opportunities of Africa.
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Score: 981616.4 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/res...y/AM/Business_and_Industry.pdf
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Gazans disabled during conflict contemplate future - WHO article - Question of Palestine Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: Home About The Committee on Palestinian Rights Division for Palestinian Rights Key Topics Key issues at stake The Quartet History Fast facts The Committee Background Bureau Membership Mandate and Objectives Areas of Activities Working Group Reports Statements Newsletters Events Upcoming Events Committee Meetings International Conferences and Side Events Delegation visits Solidarity Day Capacity Building Programme UNISPAL About UNISPAL Search Document Collection Map Collection Civil Society Overview Responsibilities of Civil Society Partners NGO Action News Get accredited Benefits of accreditation Civil Society Partners UN System FAQ Search for: Home / Gazans disabled during conflict contemplate future – WHO article Gazans disabled during conflict contemplate future – WHO article After the conflict, newly disabled Gazans contemplate the future 26 November 2014, Gaza –“According to our culture, I should take care of my elderly mother, but now I am disabled and my husband has died, so my mother will have to take care of me,” said Nahla, a 44-year-old woman who sustained grave injuries in the recent conflict.
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Score: 972332.9 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-206006/
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Decision on Prosecution Motion for Extension of Time Case: IT-98-33-A IN THE APPEALS CHAMBER Before: Judge David Hunt, Pre-Appeal Judge Registrar: Mr Hans Holthuis Decision of: 24 December 2001 PROSECUTOR v Radislav KRSTIC ________________________________________ DECISION ON PROSECUTION MOTION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME ________________________________________ Office of the Prosecutor : Mr Norman Farrell Counsel for the Defence : Mr Neneas Petrusic Mr Tomislav Visnjic   1. As contemplated in the Decision on Application by Appellant to Suspend Briefing Schedule or for Extension of Time, the prosecution has sought an extension of time 1 , from 7 January to 15 January 2002, in which to file its Brief in Reply to the Respondent’s Brief filed by Radislav Krstic ("Krstic") to its appeal against the inadequacy of the sentence imposed upon him 2 . 2. Also as contemplated in that Decision, the basis upon which the Motion is based is that the modified briefing schedule, resulting from the tardiness of the unsuccessful application by Krstic for the relief refused by the Decision, has rendered ineffective the prosecution’s organisation of work prior to the Winter Vacation, and it is unable to meet the new filing date (which coincides with the first day of the new Term).
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Score: 965677.05 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/k...tic/acdec/en/11224BR317208.htm
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UN Special Coordinator Urges Israel, Palestinians to Contemplate Future Carefully Amid Extremism and Displacement in the Middle East - Question of Palestine Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: Home Key Topics Key issues at stake The Quartet History Fast facts The Committee Background Bureau Membership Mandate and Objectives Areas of Activities Reports Statements Newsletters Events Upcoming Events Committee Meetings International Conferences and Side Events Delegation visits Solidarity Day Capacity Building Programme Document Database Search Document Collection Map Collection Civil Society Overview Responsibilities of Civil Society Partners NGO Action News Get accredited Benefits of accreditation Civil Society Partners UN System FAQ Search for: Home / UN Special Coordinator Urges Israel, Palestinians to Contemplate Future Carefully Amid Extremism and Displacement in the Middle East UN Special Coordinator Urges Israel, Palestinians to Contemplate Future Carefully Amid Extremism and Displacement in the Middle East 16 FEBRUARY 2017 SC/12720 7885TH MEETING (AM)   Special Coordinator Urges Israel, Palestinians to Contemplate Future Carefully amid Extremism, Displacement in Middle East Only Two-State Solution Can Meet Legitimate Aspirations of Both Peoples, He Stresses in Briefing to Security Council The Middle East continued to be plagued by extremism, bloodshed and displacement that spread intolerance, violence and religious radicalism far beyond the region, the Secretary-General’s Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process told the Security Council today, urging both the Israeli and Palestinian sides to contemplate carefully the future they envisioned for their respective peoples.
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Score: 962347.2 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-195277/
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. • Purpose / mission statement: To organize the knowledge on sustainable development in order to make it more useful for practitioners and policy makers. Ongoing and contemplated activities • Publications: – “sustainable development insight” Briefs – SD Book series with major Publisher • Communication and coherence: – SD timeline – SD web portal • Sustainable development assessment (SDA), which could contribute to preparation for UNCSD • Annual conference / series of workshops on SD • Capacity-building of developing country institutions Organization • Open partnership to bring together individuals, institutions, and networks engaged in the production and dissemination of knowledge on SD • Multi-centered network organized around working groups and activities • Steering Committee of Founding Members – Annual review and assessment of the work of the Partnership – Guidance on how to achieve the Partnership’s stated goals – Promote the Partnership’s achievements to broader SD community • Secretariat temporarily assigned to UN-DSD – Once the Partnership takes root, secretariat functions can rotate – Some proposals for regional centers • Funding currently being sought from member countries to support SDA, web development, and capacity building SDKP Members • More than 30 confirmed members • Government of Italy • Institutions include: – Boston University – Frederick S. (...) Annual conference / series of workshops on SD • SDKP will organize an annual conference at CSD sessions • For 2010 and 2011, a series of small-size workshops is contemplated to provide input for UNCSD – First small-size workshop on the theme “The challenge of sustainability” to be held in May 2010 – Organized by UN-Division for Sustainable Development with Prof. (...) Partnership webpage: http://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd_aofw_ sdkp/sdkp_index.shtml http://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd_aofw_sdkp/sdkp_index.shtml http://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd_aofw_sdkp/sdkp_index.shtml Sustainable Development Knowledge Partnership (SDKP) Background and objectives Ongoing and contemplated activities Organization SDKP Members Activities: Publications SD timeline SD web portal Sustainable development assessment (SDA) Annual conference / series of workshops on SD Slide Number 11
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Score: 951505.5 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/csd...lowup/presentations/banuri.pdf
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On 16 October 2009, she brought another ex parte motion for an extension of one year, suggesting that negotiations were either underway, needed, or being contemplated. The UNDT on 25 November 2009 rejected her application for a further extension of time. (...) On 16 October 2009, she again sought by an ex parte motion an extension for one year, suggesting in her application that negotiations were either underway, needed, or being contemplated. The UNDT on 25 November 2009 rejected her application for a further extension of time, hence her appeal to UNAT. 14. (...) The evidence about negotiations either being contemplated, needed, or underway was refuted on appeal.
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Score: 949998.6 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...at/judgments/2010-unat-015.pdf
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