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A third form of variation I want to mention here is the distinction between export oriented agriculture and agricultural production for the home market. (...) This is also one of the most important distinctions regarding the WTO rules. We need both kinds of agriculture. (...) We need an emphasis on every countries right to produce food for its own consumption, and we need a distinction between production for the home market and production for the export market.
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Score: 750714.16 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...e/symp04_paper5_haskjold_e.doc
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IMAI is a health strategy that addresses the overall health of the patient. One of its most distinctive elements is its focus on the management of chronic disease and prevention rather than just the treatment of acute illness. (...) It is not a fixed package. Key tools to implement IMAI include four outpatient guideline modules: Chronic HIV Care with ARV Therapy, General Principles of Good Chronic Care, Acute Care, and Palliative Care . (...) The IMAI guidelines are based on key clinical symptoms, thus making it a "syndromic" approach.
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Score: 750232.13 - https://www.who.int/3by5/capacity/fs/en/
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The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of lndigenous Peoples is one of the key instruments of the international law of human rights and a landmark document of international law in general. (...) For many decades the United Nations'debates on indigenous peoples concentrated on various studies, which explained, in great detail, the situations of indigenous peoples, their grievances, their struggle and their aspirations. lndigenous peoples have been the most studied and the least understood among the many human groups legitimately claiming their human rights and the recognition of their distinct identities. Therefore the need for an international instrument on the rights of indigenous peoples clearly existed. lam privileged to have had the opportunity, in my then capacity as a human rights expert, member of the Working Group on lndigenous Populations, to take part in the preparation of the Declaration on the Rights of lndigenous Peoples. (...) Today we have every reason to look at the right of indigenous peoples to self-determination as an evolving right, which offered an important platform for appropriate types of political and legal status of indigenous peoples, in accordance with their needs, and, in particular with their right to retain their distinct identity. The land rights of indigenous peoples have to be seen as fundamental and as an asset in the policy making for the protection of the natural environment.
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Score: 749512 - https://www.un.org/esa/socdev/...anniv-undrip/pf12danilo307.pdf
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It allows for direct data queries, time series analyses, area statistics and data download of key variables associated to water and land productivity assessments. (...) Water and land productivity is assessed in a different way for the three spatial levels: On level I (continental level - 250 m ground resolution) , water productivity is monitored in terms of biomass production per hectare per cubic meter of water consumed. A distinction is made between irrigated and rainfed agriculture. (...) Water used for agricultural production is expressed in actual evapotranspiration, where a distinction is made between evapotranspiration originating from precipitation (‘green’ water) and incremental evaporation originating from irrigation (‘blue’ water).
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Score: 749512 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...-introduction/introduction/es/
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NY Special event_One pagerx 3 December 2013 Special Event “Reflections on the International Development Agend a” Addressing the challenges of poverty eradication and sustainable development is a key priority for the global community today. There is increased recognition that neither of these objectives is attainable without sustainable and inclusive economic growth. (...) The Special Event will provide a forum to discuss and exchange views on the challenges and opportunities of embedding ISID in the current discourse from the distinct perspective of those directly involved with the formulation of the new international development agenda. (...) Participants will aim to address the following issu es: • The critical role of ISID in the current international development agenda, particularly with regard to achieving sustainable and inclusive economic growth, job creation and income generation; as well as wider social goals such as related to health and education. • How the Lima Declaration and ISID can enrich the current discussions on the future international development agenda. • Key findings from the Open Working Group on SDGs, especially the recent 5th session on “Sustained and Inclusive Economic Growth and Infrastructure Development and Industrialization” and their implications for UNIDO.
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Score: 748129.1 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...3-11/NY_Special_event_01_0.pdf
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The Araripe Plateau is its main distinction, in terms of relief. The geological heritage of the Geopark is characterized by important geological records from the Lower Cretaceous period between 90 and 150 million years ago, especially in its paleontological content. (...) Among Araripe UNESCO Global Geopark geosites, some have relevant scientific interest, such as the geosites Parque do Pterossauros, Pedra Cariri, and Floresta Petrificada do Cariri. Others are distinct for having, in addition to the geological interest, historical and cultural values, such as the geosites Colina do Horto, Ponte de Pedra, Cachoeira de Missão Velha and Pontal de Santa Cruz; and others for the high ecological interest, such as geosites Riacho do Meio and Batateiras. (...) The miscegenation of various peoples (indigenous, European and African) and the relative isolation of Cariri in relation to major Brazilian cities, created a distinct cultural identity with particular folkloric dances, songs, religious and artistic expressions.
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Score: 748110.55 - https://en.unesco.org/global-geoparks/araripe
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They are likely to have very distinct roles and mandates. Given the very different settings, the interaction between humanitarian and military actors ranges from close cooperation to sheer co-existence. (...) It states that any unintentional consequences of humanitarian assistance should be critically examined – and any potential negative consequences negated. This is distinct distinct distinct distinct from malpractice malpractice malpractice malpractice or collateral damage! (...) It is related to, but distinct from, International Human Rights Law and International Humanitarian Law.
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Score: 745904.2 - https://www.unocha.org/sites/u...the%20Military%20v%201.0_0.pdf
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For global food and agriculture, the Great Recession unfolded as a combination of two distinct crises that followed each other from 2007 to 2009. (...) When referring to the Great Recession, this paper distinguishes two distinct sub-crises, i.e. the global food crisis of 2007-2008 and the global recession of 2009. (...) The five targets that set out the level and ambition of SDG 2, as well as trade itself, often constitute distinct competing policy priorities for governments.
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Score: 745607.9 - https://www.fao.org/ccp/publications/zh/
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Provided is a critique of the World Bank’s influential indicator of working time regulations, which ignores fundamental distinctions in regulations and does not tell us about actual working time. (...) Regarding informal employment, the volume addresses legal and socioeconomic definitions, making the distinction between informality due to the limited scope of legal coverage versus outright illegality. The distinction provides an essential starting point for developing countries to mitigate informality, since labour administration systems are based solely on the legal definitions embodied in a country’s labour code.
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Score: 742654.4 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...uments/article/wcms_090980.pdf
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The socio-economic challenges, opportunities, and institutional legacy among these transition economies share distinct features of innovation policy governance, innovative entrepreneurship support, investment in innovation, industrial policy, as well as demand and supply side tools of innovation policy more broadly. The innovation policy in this sub-region therefore calls for a different approach that is more adapted to the transition context and takes into consideration the above distinct features. Building on its work under the UN Special Programme for Economies of Central Asia (SPECA), in particular the SPECA Innovation Strategy for Sustainable Development and the corresponding Action Plan (2021); the Innovation for Sustainable Development Reviews of Kyrgyzstan (2019), Tajikistan (2015) and Uzbekistan (2022); the work on innovative high-growth enterprises, the sub-regional science, technology and innovation (STI) gap analysis and the handbook on business incubators, UNECE has developed a draft publication on new innovation policy for transition economies of the SPECA sub-region. The publication outlines the key innovation policy challenges common to SPECA countries and points to possible policy solutions, taking into account the specificities of the sub-region and experience from other economies that have successfully underwent the transition to knowledge-based market economies.
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Score: 740976.37 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...0of%20_SPECA_20%20May_2022.pdf
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