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International human rights law is clear on states’ obligation to prohibit all corporal punishment, including in the home. The Committee on the Rights of the Child consolidated and confirmed these obligations in its General Comment No. 8 (2006) on the right of the child to protection from corporal punishment and other cruel or degrading forms of punishment. (...) As at February 2016, corporal punishment remains lawful in some or all schools in 71 countries and in the home in 150 countries around the world. (...) [footnoteRef:6] In 2012, UNRWA identified corporal punishment in its schools as its second largest integrity concern for that year, with 72 allegations of corporal punishment across its schools.
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Score: 655351.95 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...W/JointGC_CRC_CMW/GIEACPC.docx
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Corporate Capture of the BHR-relevant Discourses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 A. (...) Toward that end, we interrogate and challenge exercises of corporate power that impede access to justice for rights holders negatively impacted by corporate human rights abuses. (...) We view corporate capture as an exercise of corporate power over human rights.
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Score: 655257.37 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de.../files/2022-06/just-ground.pdf
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Thus, a U.S. corporation that makes an S election should not be treated (by other countries) as a per se corporation, since it is not subject to corporate tax by the U.S. On the other hand, the requirement that the entity be taxable as a corporation should not apply to corporations formed in countries that do not have a generally applicable corporate tax. (...) Similarly, an exempt entity could be considered taxable as a corporation if it meets a general definition of corporation in the country’s corporate income tax law.
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Score: 654948.14 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-.../09/8STM_CRP7_TaxArbitrage.pdf
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Questions • How should “corporate capture” and its connection with human rights be defined? What distinguishes legitimate corporate political engagement from undue political influence by businesses which carries human rights risks? (...) (e.g., corporate sponsorship of science and academic research, etc.). • What are specific human rights risks posed by corporate capture to groups such as women and girls, indigenous communities and human rights defenders?
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Score: 654715.53 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...orate-political-engagement.pdf
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OCHA - Corporate products OCHA - Corporate products This is OCHA [ROLAC Brochure - ES] Thumbnail Image: Document:  20201012_Sobre OCHA_2020 SPA (1).pdfPublished Date: 31 Mar 2021Thematic Publication: Corporate productsRelated country/region: Latin America and the Caribbean (ROLAC) Careers at OCHA Thumbnail Image: Document:  Careers at OCHA_Brochure.pdfPublished Date: 03 Feb 2021Thematic Publication: Corporate products This is OCHA [Brochure - JP] Thumbnail Image: Document:  This_is_OCHA_2020_JPN_edited kh ay2.pdfPublished Date: 02 Feb 2021Thematic Publication: Corporate products This is OCHA [Brochure - AR] Thumbnail Image: Document:  This_is_OCHA_2020_AR_This_is_OCHA_2020_AR.pdfPublished Date: 13 Jan 2020Thematic Publication: Corporate productsYear: 2019 This is OCHA [Brochure - FR] Thumbnail Image: Document:  This_is_OCHA_2021_FR_web.pdfPublished Date: 06 Jan 2020Thematic Publication: Corporate productsYear: 2019 OCHA Editorial Style Guide [ES] Thumbnail Image: Document:  OCHA_style_guide_ES.pdfPublished Date: 05 Dec 2019Thematic Publication: Corporate productsYear: 2019 OCHA Editorial Style Guide [FR] Thumbnail Image: Document:  Guide stylistique 2 Version à consulter en ligne.pdfPublished Date: 05 Dec 2019Thematic Publication: Corporate productsYear: 2019 This is OCHA [Brochure - ES] Thumbnail Image: Document:  This_is_OCHA_2021_ES_web.pdfPublished Date: 15 Nov 2019Thematic Publication: Corporate products This is OCHA [Brochure - ZH] Thumbnail Image: Document:  This_is_OCHA_2020_CHI.pdfPublished Date: 18 Dec 2020Thematic Publication: Corporate products This is OCHA [Brochure] Thumbnail Image: Document:  This_is_OCHA_2021.pdfPublished Date: 18 Mar 2021Thematic Publication: Corporate products
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Score: 654425.4 - https://www.unocha.org/taxonomy/term/612/feed
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Main Entry - Corporate Name Manual for Bibliographic Description TAGS 0XX 5XX 1XX 6XX 2XX 7XX 3XX 8XX 4XX 9XX Other Manuals Thesaurus Library Home UN Home   110 MAIN ENTRY - CORPORATE NAME   MARC 21 INDICATORS   Authority-controlled field. (...) When there is more than one corporate body identified with a work, the name of the first body is recorded in tag 110 and the names of up to two additional corporate bodies in tag 710 . For works about a corporate body, tag 610 is used. Note, however, that names of countries as subjects are not 610 corporate subjects but 650 topical geographic subjects.
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Score: 654314.94 - https://www.un.org/depts/dhl/u..._manual/bd/guidelines/g110.htm
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This episode is focused primarily on corporate capture of the United Nations. To view the comic and dedicated background document, please visit: https://www.escr-net.org/comic-series/power-99-stop-corporate-capture mailto:msabella@escr-net.org https://www.escr-net.org/comic-series/power-99-stop-corporate-capture This submission is an opportunity to return to discussions concerning the 20th anniversary of the UN Conference on Sustainable Development in 2012. (...) Are there specific examples of undue corporate influence that has led to government decision-making that negatively impacts human rights? (...) FIAN International issued a comic earlier this year to illustrate how corporate actors are influencing the UNFSS process.10 4.
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Score: 654257.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...Corporate_Capture_Nov_2021.pdf
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Christian.Groves@nteczone.com 27 Goto Yoshinori NTT goto@ansl.ntt.co.jp 28 Yoshida Tadahiko NTT t.yoshida@ntt-at.co.jp 29 Lehmann Leo OFCOM Switzerland Leo.Lehmann@bakom.admin.ch 30 Probst Pierre-Andre OFCOM Switzerland probst-pa@bluewin.ch 31 Luthi Patrick Tandberg patrick.luthi@tandberg.net 32 Okubo Sakae Waseda University okubo@aoni.waseda.jp 33 Koshizuka Noboru YRP Ubiquitous Networking Lab. noboru.koshizuka@ubin.jp 34 Takashima Yoichi YRP Ubiquitous Networking Lab. youichi.takashima@ubin.jp 35 Wu Yongming ZTE Corp. wu.yongming@zte.com.cn 36 Chen Jianyong ZTE Corporation chen.jianyong@zte.com.cn 37 Jiang Ź Liang ZTE Corporation jiang.liang@zte.com.cn 38 Jin Hui ZTE Corporation jinhui@zte.com.cn 39 Li Feng ZTE Corporation li.feng2@zte.com.cn 40 Li Jun ZTE Corporation lijun2@zte.com.cn 41 Li Lanlan ZTE Corporation li.lanlan@zte.com.cn 42 Liu Kaiwen ZTE Corporation Liu.kaiwen@zte.com.cn 43 Luo Jian ZTE Corporation Luo.jian@zte.com.cn 44 Ma Yulong ZTE Corporation ma.yulong2@zte.com.cn 45 Ma Zheng ZTE Corporation ma.zheng@zte.com.cn 46 Peng Yuanjiang ZTE Corporation Peng.yuanjiang@zte.com.cn 47 Shen Can ZTE Corporation shen.can1@zte.com.cn 48 Wang Dong ZTE Corporation wang.dong@zte.com.cn 49 Wang Zhiying ZTE Corporation wang.zhiying@zte.com.cn 50 Wen Wu ZTE Corporation wen.wu@zte.com.cn 51 Zhao Junfeng ZTE Corporation zhao.junfeng@zte.com.cn ____________________________ Contact: Christian Groves NTEC Australia Pty.
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Score: 654232.13 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...-2008/0703_Shenzhen/q1gtd1.doc
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In regard to my approach to corporate governance, to which Mr. S[c]hook had agreed in September, he said, “I don’t buy any of this bullshit … Politicians everywhere control these things.” (...) Working with others over the period December 2006/January 2007, it appeared that the Settlement Agreement would contain language requiring good corporate governance by “relevant Kosovo authorities (...) … At the same time as my outspokenness in favor of international principles of good corporate governance was going unheeded, it was clear that my personal situation was precarious.
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Score: 654221.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-092.pdf
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The aim of the Round Table is to review the pressing corporate governance issues as well as different approaches in addressing causes and consequences of recent corporate scandals in a market-oriented framework. (...) Panellists and delegates will be invited to share their views on corporate governance trends, causes of the recent corporate failures and their economic and financial consequences. (...) Felix Horber , Head of Corporate Governance, Group Legal Services, UBS, Zurich.
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Score: 653690.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...press/pr2004/04ireedd_p01e.htm
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