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The main purpose of this Circular was to set out a model law on certain offences committed on board civil aircraft, in order for ICAO Member States to transpose them into their national legislation.6 1 See ICAO AVSECP/19-IP, IATA informational paper on Unruly/Disruptive Passenger Legislation [hereinafter “IATA on Unruly/Disruptive Passenger Legislation”]. 2 Ibid. 3 Ibid. 4 Ibid. 5 See ICAO, Assembly Resolution A33-4, Adoption of National Legislation on Certain Offences Committed on Board Civil Aircraft (unruly/disruptive passengers). 6 See ICAO, Cir. 288, LE/1, Guidance Material on Legal Aspects of Unruly/Disruptive Passengers (June 2002) [hereinafter “ICAO Circular 288”]. (...) Furthermore, because of jurisdictional issues, it is important that common definitions of unruly/disruptive passenger behaviour be determined and that cooperation exist between Contracting States to ensure that all incidents are dealt with in an appropriate matter.”7 1.6 One ICAO Member State has already recommended that the need to revisit the existing international regime to ensure proper prosecution of unruly/disruptive passengers exists.8 2. (...) LC/34-WP/2-4 - 5 - 2.2.11 Similarly, the Tokyo Convention does not deal with unruly/disruptive passenger incidents that are not in violation of the criminal law of a given territory.
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Score: 676926.1 - https://www.icao.int/secretari...al/LC34_Docs/LC34_wp2-4_en.pdf
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DISCUSSION 2.1 IATA Member Airlines have experienced disruptions and instabilities of the AFTN network specifically from the ICAO Middle East Region to the East African Region. Should a disruption exist with the consequence that ATS-FPLs and FPL associated messages cannot be sent through the AFTN network, this represents a safety concern. 2.2 Brining up the topic to the attention of the local AIS/Communication Centre showed a lack of a clear process to escalate and to identify the location/root cause of the problem that causes the AFTN messaging traffic disruption. 2.3 There seems to be a further issue with a lack of continuously monitoring the status of AFTN messaging connectivity on the ANSP side. It appears that the relevant ATS/AIS Authority is unaware of any problem until an airline raises an issue or complains. 2.4 The IATA Member Airlines request to see a clear process in case of an AFTN message disruption. MIDANPIRG/15-WP/43 - 2 - 3. ACTION BY THE MEETING 3.1 The meeting is invited to: a) discuss the information contained in this paper; and b) establish MID-Region wide processes among all ANSPs in case of the notice of an AFTM message disruption: - to identify the root cause; - to inform all stakeholders of the problem and to conduct investigation to rectify the problem; and - to consider ad-hoc contingency scenarios; - END -
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Score: 675855.86 - https://www.icao.int/MID/MIDAN...5/Working%20Papers/WP%2043.pdf
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Countries also reported disruptions in malaria diagnosis and treatment (46%), tuberculosis case detection and treatment (42%) and antiretroviral treatment (32%). (...) Potentially life-saving emergency services were disrupted in almost a quarter of responding countries. Disruptions to 24-hour emergency room services for example were affected in 22% of countries, urgent blood transfusions were disrupted in 23% of countries, emergency surgery was affected in 19% of the countries.  
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Score: 674238.77 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...rvices-since-covid-19-pandemic
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Immunization, wellness checks and family planning services were selected by most of respondents as services being disrupted during the pandemic. Antenatal care service was considered to be highly disrupted due to COVID-19. The main reason for disruption was due to lockdown restriction and mobility issues.  (...) Reasons for disruption of these services were similar to those of RMNCAH.
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Score: 673420.95 - https://www.unicef.org/pakista...pact-covid-19-rmncahn-services
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Countries reported widespread disruption of many kinds of critical mental health services: Over 60% reported disruptions to mental health services for vulnerable people, including children and adolescents (72%), older adults (70%), and women requiring antenatal or postnatal services (61%). 67% saw disruptions to counseling and psychotherapy; 65% to critical harm reduction services; and 45% to opioid agonist maintenance treatment for opioid dependence. (...) Around three-quarters reported at least partial disruptions to school and workplace mental health services (78% and 75% respectively).   (...) The Organization also urges countries to monitor changes and disruptions in services so that they can address them as required.
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Score: 670710.1 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...s-in-most-countries-who-survey
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Dec 2013 - H O Corrective Action Plan has not been formally provided by the State Libya Dec 2018 Dec 2020 A 2 Annex 11 Para. 2.31 - Development of contingency plan for implementation in the event of disruption or potential disruption of ATS and related supporting services. (...) S Corrective Action Plan has not been formally provided by the State Oman Dec 2018 A Deficiencies in the ATM field QATAR Item No Identification Deficiencies Corrective Action Requirement Facilities/ Services Description Date first reported Remarks/ Rationale for non-elimination Facilities/ Services Executing body Date of completetion Priority for action 1 Annex 11 Para. 2.31 - Development of contingency plan for implementation in the event of disruption or potential disruption of ATS and related supporting services. (...) S Corrective Action Plan has not been formally provided by the State Syria Dec 2018 Dec 2020 B 3 Annex 11 Para. 2.31 - Development of contingency plan for implementation in the event of disruption or potential disruption of ATS and related supporting services.
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Score: 669097.66 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...0VTC/ATM%20SG6%20-%20PPT10.pdf
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Restrictions introduced in response to the pandemic have caused disruptions affecting ports, shipping and supply chains. (...) They also varied by region, level of development, and the state of prior preparedness to shocks and disruptions. UNCTAD’s assessment helps to shed some light on the COVID-19 impacts on key areas of the global and regional maritime transportation systems and ways in which governments and industry have coped with the disruption. (...) Mario Castillo, Chief, Trade and Integration Division, UN-ECLAC 15h15-16:05: COVID-19 and Maritime Transport: Disruptions and Resilience in LAC Mr. Athanasios A.
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Score: 668608.84 - https://www.cepal.org/en/event...s-and-resilience-latin-america
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Since then, however, surveys by UNICEF and WHO reveal that the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in major disruptions to health services that threaten to undo decades of hard-won progress. (...) Without urgent investments to re-start disrupted health systems and services, millions of children under five, especially newborns, could die.” (...) In addition, 63 per cent of countries reported disruptions in antenatal checkups and 59 per cent in post-natal care.
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Score: 668608.84 - https://www.unicef.org/armenia...ating-preventable-child-deaths
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It is a collection of the most relevant news and tweets related to the food value chain disruptions initially caused by the coronavirus pandemic, collected by the media coverage and tweets search engines and freely available on the website to all users. (...) The disruptions take different forms and often concern different stages of the food value chain, from production to processing, packaging, distribution, and so on. The second section contains daily updates on the most substantial food price variations caused by the abovementioned disruptions, and on import/export pattern changes. The third section highlights the measures taken by governments and international organizations to counteract the impacts of the food value chain disruptions on food and livelihood security, living conditions and jobs, especially with regard to the agricultural sectors of developing countries (governmental policy or financial support, for example).
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Score: 668603.4 - https://www.fao.org/datalab/website/web/node/68
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It is a collection of the most relevant news and tweets related to the food value chain disruptions initially caused by the coronavirus pandemic, collected by the media coverage and tweets search engines and freely available on the website to all users. (...) The disruptions take different forms and often concern different stages of the food value chain, from production to processing, packaging, distribution, and so on. The second section contains daily updates on the most substantial food price variations caused by the abovementioned disruptions, and on import/export pattern changes. The third section highlights the measures taken by governments and international organizations to counteract the impacts of the food value chain disruptions on food and livelihood security, living conditions and jobs, especially with regard to the agricultural sectors of developing countries (governmental policy or financial support, for example).
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Score: 668603.4 - https://www.fao.org/datalab/we...te/web/methodology-news-digest
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