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LETTER DATED 29 DECEMBER 2020 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Many Member States cited climate change and environmental degradation as major drivers of global insecurity. In several regions of the world, environmental degradation had caused significant instability. (...) Some delegations emphasized that marginalization and exclusion, of women, young people and minorities in particular, were drivers of violence that could destabilize entire regions. (...) The violation of human rights has been cited by many as one of the main drivers of conflict. The Security Council needs to strengthen synergy with the Human Rights Council.
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نتيجة: 1169608 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/75/708&Lang=A
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ASSESSMENT OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONVENTION: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND KNOWLEDGE
Revision of the national action programme and inclusion of a knowledge-based identification of drivers of desertification, land degradation and drought and their interaction (Global) ................... 22 13. (...) Table 15 Self-assessment of aligned national action programmes (Asia) Subregion Knowledge-based identification and analysis of biophysical and socioeconomic drivers of DLDD Knowledge-based identification and analysis of the interaction between DLDD and climate change and biodiversity Assessmen t of the barriers to SLMa Recommend ations for removing the barriers to SLMa included Data for the indicators available Trends in abundance and distribution of selected species Trend in carbon stocks above and below ground Central Asia n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. (...) Table 17 Self-assessment of aligned national action programmes (Northern Mediterranean) Region Knowledge-based identification and analysis of biophysical and socioeconomic drivers of DLDD Knowledge-based identification and analysis of the interaction between DLDD and climate change and biodiversity Assessment of the barriers to SLMa Recommenda tions for removing the barriers to SLMa included Data for the indicators available Trends in abundance and distribution of selected species Trend in carbon stocks above and below ground Northern Mediterranean (total) 5 5 5 5 5 5 a Sustainable land management.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 1127951.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=ICCD/CRIC(13)/4&Lang=A
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WRITTEN SUBMISSION BY THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND: EQUALITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION (EHRC) - NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
A/HRC/48/NI/9 5 GE.21-13463 implementation of this technology despite evidence that it is more difficult for some people to use it based on the colour of their skin.”27 Concerns have been raised by private hire taxi drivers and couriers that have been publicised in media reporting.28 Many Uber drivers are required to take a real-time photograph of themselves for verification via facial recognition software before accessing the app. The photo is then checked against the driver’s account. Drivers from ethnic minority backgrounds have failed the facial recognition check, and been unable to work as a result. (...) Those most frequently referred to the triage system include Albania, India, Pakistan and 27 New Scientist (2019), UK launched passport photo checker it knew would fail with dark skin. 28 Wired (2021), Couriers say Uber’s ‘racist’ facial identification tech got them fired. 29 ITV (2021), Uber drivers claim they were fired after company's identification software failed to recognise their faces. 30 Joint Council for the Welfare of immigrants (2020), We won!
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 1092583.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=A/HRC/48/NI/9&Lang=A
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LETTER DATED 28 JULY 2017 FROM THE CHARGÉ D'AFFAIRES A.I. OF THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Technical recommendations from the session A/71/999 4/12 17-13677 (a) Promote the sustainable management of land and water use, including in arid and semi-arid areas to mitigate the drivers of sand and dust storms; (b) Identify a new set of standards to prevent and reduce the impact of sand and dust storms on human health in the affected areas; (c) Establish a dust-health early warning system, which would protect human health and save lives; (d) Develop standard methods and models for the quantification of the socioeconomic and environmental impact and risk assessments; (e) Improve research to fill the gaps between scientific findings and operational works. (...) Their impact on achieving sustainable development is therefore significant at the local, regional and global levels. The main drivers for the increase of sand and dust storms, specifically in arid and semi-arid areas, are the drastic changes in annual rainfall, temperature and droughts as a result of climate change and unsustainable land management and water use. (...) Social, economic and environmental impact and costs to: (a) Promote the sustainable management of land and water use, including in arid and semi-arid areas, to mitigate the drivers of sand and dust storms; (b) Identify a new set of standards to prevent and reduce the impact of sand and dust storms on human health in the areas affected; (c) Establish a dust-health early warning system, which would protect human health and save lives; (d) Develop standard methods and models for the quantification of the socioeconomic and environmental impact and risk assessments; (e) Improve research to fill the gaps between scientific findings and operational work.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 1068304.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/71/999&Lang=A
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 21 MARCH 2013 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF TURKEY TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
Another unacceptable and unjustified behaviour of the Greek Cypriot side which occurred during the reporting period, particularly October 2012, involves the difficulties created by the Greek Cypriot police to the drivers of Turkish Cypriot commercial vehicles A/HRC/22/G/20 GE.13-12739 6 (taxis and rent-a-cars) while they were travelling in South Cyprus, usually transferring tourists to and from airports in the South. According to the testimonies of the members of the Turkish Cypriot Tourism and Travel Agents Union, TRNC Rent-a-car Companies’ Union, Turkish Cypriot United Taxi Drivers’ Union and Hoteliers’ Union, the Greek Cypriot policemen started stopping the TRNC registered cars almost every time they are spotted and, instead of routine traffic checks, they did their utmost to create difficulties, intimidate the drivers and their passengers, and go as far as fining the drivers on grounds of not wearing seat belts, despite the fact that they could clearly see that the seat belts of both the drivers and passengers were on. (...) Moreover, it is the testimony of these drivers as well as others that, upon their objections the Greek Cypriot policeman told them that “We will continue with these fines until we get back the money paid by our three policemen to your authorities”, referring to the provocative incident created in the Turkish Cypriot village of Akıncılar in September 2012 by Greek Cypriot policemen who violated the UN buffer zone and the territory of the TRNC unlawfully in pursuit of a Turkish Cypriot vehicle for alleged traffic offenses and who were arrested by Turkish Cypriot police.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 1059770.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=A/HRC/22/G/20&Lang=A
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PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT : WRITTEN SUBMISSION BY THE COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS OF THE PHILIPPINES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
In a recent Systematic Literature Review on Drivers of Violence affecting Children in the Philippines (2015), migration has been identified as one of the drivers of physical, sexual and emotional violence against children. 3. (...) Adjusting to the changes brought about by parental migration, children become susceptible to bullying, poorer social adjustment, constant wish to be with parent and longing for parent’s love, enmeshment and reversal of roles with older children becoming caregivers to their siblings, changing roles of parents, migration perceived as the passport to a better life without thinking of psychological costs, creating a generation that equates money and gifts to show care and love, and increased risk of abuse.”2 Alcohol Use is a Primary Driver of Violence in the Home 4. “There are existing laws that prohibit the sale of alcohol without a permit issued by the local government. (...) لللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللللل A/HRC/34/NI/9 3 GE.17-03135 of VAC since the Systematic Literature Review on Drivers of Violence affecting Children in the Philippines (2015) noted that alcohol use is a primary driver of violence in the home.”3 Information and Communications technology have changed the opportunity, scale, form and impact of exploitation and violence. 5.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 1059447.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=A/HRC/34/NI/9&Lang=A
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PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS - STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE 1: TO IMPROVE THE CONDITION OF AFFECTED ECOSYSTEMS, COMBAT DESERTIFICATION/LAND DEGRADATION, PROMOTE SUSTAINABLE LAND MANAGEMENT AND CONTRIBUTE TO LAND DEGRADATION NEUTRALITY. NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
GE.18-22319(A)  جلنة استعراض تنفيذ االتفاقية الدورة السابعة عشرة 2019كانون الثاين/يناير
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 1025531 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=ICCD/CRIC(17)/2&Lang=A
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON EXTRAJUDICIAL, SUMMARY OR ARBITRARY EXECUTIONS, PHILIP ALSTON :ADDENDUM
The focus of the violence has been on bus drivers in the capital. In 2008, 165 drivers and 12 co-pilots were assassinated. The deaths of five drivers were reported in the first two weeks of 2009 alone. (...) Each assassination sparks protests by other drivers, which in turn paralyses the public transport system and leaves thousands without a way to get to work.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 1003183.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=A/HRC/11/2/ADD.7&Lang=A
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PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS - STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE 2: TO IMPROVE THE LIVING CONDITIONS OF AFFECTED POPULATIONS. NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
Subregion Population, earliest reported year (1000's) People in poverty, earliest reported year (1000's) Population, latest reported year (1000's) People in poverty, latest reported year (1000's) Change in number of people in poverty (1000's) Percentage of people in poverty, earliest reported year (%) Percentage of people in poverty, latest reported year (%) Percentage change in number of people in poverty, earliest vs latest reported (%) Central Africa 95 679 58 713 113 100 64 519 5 806 61 57 10 Eastern Africa 81 762 44 599 92 562 41 002 -3 597 55 44 -8 Northern Africa 145 533 17 167 181 097 31 227 14 060 12 17 82 Southern Africa 148 875 65 453 157 318 71 361 5 908 44 45 9 Western Africa 111 652 58 447 148 790 64 822 6 376 52 44 11 Africa (total) 583 501 244 379 692 868 272 931 28 552 42 39 12 Central Asia 12 548 4 842 14 725 2 635 -2 207 39 18 -46 East Asia 1 374 263 206 139 1 404 618 96 919 -109 221 15 7 -53 Pacific 1 113 327 1127 321 -6 29 28 -2 South Asia 1 129 534 485 498 1 476 517 318 821 -166 677 43 22 -34 South East Asia 190 668 35 056 222 018 25 264 -9 792 18 11 -28 West Asia 117 917 20 610 135 100 22 882 2 272 17 17 11 Asia (total) 2 826 043 752 472 3 254 105 466 842 -285 630 27 14 -38 Andean 41 447 20 599 49 272 13 254 -7 345 50 27 -36 Caribbean 23 531 7 539 24 255 7 397 -143 32 30 -2 Mesoamerica 13 668 3 586 15 152 3 335 -251 26 22 -7 South Cone 195 961 22 223 227 172 7 506 -14 717 11 3 -66 LAC (total) 274 608 53 948 315 851 31 492 -22 456 20 10 -42 NMED (total) 14 259 1 472 13 835 1 490 18 10 11 1 CEE (total) 91 769 9 313 87 453 6 072 -3 242 10 7 -35 Global 3 828 540 1 061 661 4 402 357 779 019 -28 2643 28 18 -27 Notes: LAC = Latin America and Caribbean, NMED = Northern Mediterranean, CEE = Central and Eastern Europe ICCD/CRIC(17)/4 17 GE.18-22577 Table 3 The number of times direct drivers were attributed to global trends in poverty Trend Deforestation Improper management of annual, perennial, scrub and tree crops Urbanization Over- grazing Over- exploitation of vegetation for domestic use Improper soil management Discharges Industrial activities Any other Decreasing 1 0 7 0 0 0 1 8 17 Increasing 9 11 5 5 6 10 1 2 12 Table 4 The number of times that indirect drivers were attributed to global trends in poverty Trend Population pressure Poverty Governance, institutional settings and policies Labour availability Land tenure Education, access to knowledge and support services War and conflict Any other Decreasing 1 3 13 4 3 15 0 5 Increasing 10 19 7 2 9 9 4 6 Table 5 Reported hotspots, brightspots and any other locations in relation to poverty and inequality Region Hotspots Brightspots Any Other Africa 61 16 10 Asia 28 3 5 LAC 38 8 1 NMED 2 0 0 CEE 7 0 1 Global 136 27 17 Notes: LAC = Latin America and Caribbean, NMED = Northern Mediterranean, CEE = Central and Eastern Europe IC C D /C R IC (1 7 )/4 G E .1 8 -2 2 5 7 7 1 8 Proportion of the population below the international poverty line figures Figure 1 Source of information used by reporting country Parties for trends in populations living below the international poverty line IC C D /C R IC (1 7 )/4 1 9 G E .1 8 -2 2 5 7 7 Figure 2 Percentage of total population living below the international poverty line as reported for the latest year by country Parties IC C D /C R IC (1 7 )/4 G E .1 8 -2 2 5 7 7 2 0 Figure 3 Annual average change in the total percentage of the population below the international poverty line for the reported period where country Parties reported for two or more years (note: each period is specific to each country Party). (...) Table 8 The number of times that direct drivers were attributed to global trends in income inequality (Gini index) Trend De- forestation Improper management of annual, perennial, scrub and tree crops Urbanization Over- grazing Over- exploitation of vegetation for domestic use Improper soil management Release of airborne pollutants Disturbance of the water cycle Discharges Industrial activities Any other Decreasing 1 1 4 1 1 1 0 1 0 7 14 Increasing 3 7 6 3 3 3 1 2 2 4 6 Table 9 The number of times that indirect drivers were attributed to global trends in income inequality (Gini index) Trend Population pressure Poverty Governance, institutional settings and policies Labour availability Land tenure Education, access to knowledge and support services War and conflict Any other Decreasing 1 3 11 2 2 8 0 3 Increasing 7 7 8 5 4 11 2 3 G E .1 8 -2 2 5 7 7 2 4 IC C D /C R IC (1 7 )/4 Income inequality (Gini Index) figures Figure 5 Source of information used by reporting country Parties for trends in income inequality in affected areas (Gini index) ICCD/CRIC(17)/4 25 GE.18-22577 Figure 6 Histograms of the latest year of the Gini index and the annual rate of change of the Gini index IC C D /C R IC (1 7 )/4 G E .1 8 -2 2 5 7 7 2 6 Figure 7 Income inequality (Gini index) for the latest reported year IC C D /C R IC (1 7 )/4 2 7 G E .1 8 -2 2 5 7 7 Figure 8 Direction of trends in income inequality for the respective periods reported per country Party.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 980819.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=ICCD/CRIC(17)/4&Lang=A
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REPORT ON THE WORK OF THE AD HOC WORKING GROUP OF THE WHOLE ON THE REGULAR PROCESS FOR GLOBAL REPORTING AND ASSESSMENT OF THE STATE OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT, INCLUDING SOCIOECONOMIC ASPECTS :LETTER DATED 7 SEPTEMBER 2018 FROM THE CO-CHAIRS OF THE AD HOC WORKING GROUP OF THE WHOLE ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
A/73/373 18-14907 15/37 Enclosure Status of each chapter with regard to formation of writing teams Chapter or section Topic Writing team invited Response pending Accepted or refused Submit to Bureau Agreed 1 Summary Group of Experts of the Regular Process collectively 2 Approach to the assessment Lead and co-lead members 3 Scientific understanding 4 Drivers 5 Physical and chemical state of the ocean 6 Biota biodiversity Overview by lead and co-lead members 6A Plankton Yes Yes 6B Invertebrates Yes Yes 6C Fish Yes Yes 6D Marine mammals Partly Partly 6E Marine reptiles Yes Yes 6F Seabirds Yes Yes 6G and 6H Marine plants and macroalgae Partly Yes 7 Habitat biodiversity Overview by lead and co-lead members 7A Sand and mud substrates 7B Rocky substrates and reefs 7C Intertidal zone 7D Atoll and tidal lagoons 7E Tropical and subtropical coral reefs 7F Cold water corals Yes Partly Partly 7G Estuaries and deltas Yes 7H Kelp forests and algal beds Partly Yes 7I Seagrass meadows Partly Yes 7J Mangroves Partly Yes 7K Salt marshes Partly Yes 7L Submarine canyons 7M High-latitude ice Yes Yes 7N Seamounts and pinnacles Partly Yes A/73/373 16/37 18-14907 Chapter or section Topic Writing team invited Response pending Accepted or refused Submit to Bureau Agreed 7O Abyssal plains 7P Open ocean 7Q Ridges, plateaus and trenches 7R Hydrothermal vents and cold seeps Yes Yes 7S Sargasso Sea Yes Yes 8 Human society Overview by lead and co-lead members 8A Coastal communities 8B Human health 8C Maritime industries 8D Maritime culture 9 Climate pressures Overview by lead and co-lead members 9A Ocean physics Yes Yes 9B Ocean chemistry Partly Yes 9C Extreme climate events Partly Yes 10 Nutrient inputs Yes Yes 11 Other inputs Overview by lead and co-lead members 11A Persistent organic pollutants 11B Metals 11C Radioactive substances 11D Pharmaceuticals 11E Atmospheric inputs 11F Hydrocarbons 11G Offshore inputs 11H Contaminant concentrations 12 Solid waste 13 Erosion and sedimentation 14 Infrastructure 15 Capture fisheries Yes Yes 16 Aquaculture 17 Seaweed Partly 18 Desalinization and salt A/73/373 18-14907 17/37 Chapter or section Topic Writing team invited Response pending Accepted or refused Submit to Bureau Agreed 19 Seabed mining 20 Offshore hydrocarbons 21 Noise Yes Yes 22 Renewable energy Yes Yes 23 Marine transport 24 Tourism and recreation 25 Invasive species Yes Yes 26 Marine genetic resources Yes Yes 27 Marine hydrates 28 Cumulative impacts 29 Marine spatial planning Partly 30 Management approaches Yes Yes 31 Overall benefits A/73/373 18/37 18-14907 Annex II Annotated outline for the second world ocean assessment Note by the Joint Coordinators 1.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 968881.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/73/373&Lang=A
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