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Excludes: parts of footwear, such as heels, soles, etc., purchased by households with the intention of undertaking the repair themselves (03.2.1); polishes, creams and other shoe- cleaning articles (05.6.1); repair (09.3.2) or hire (09.4.1) of game-specific footwear (ski boots, football boots, golfing shoes and other such footwear fitted with ice-skates, rollers, spikes, studs, etc.). 04 HOUSING, WATER, ELECTRICITY, GAS AND OTHER FUELS 04.1 ACTUAL RENTALS FOR HOUSING Rentals normally include payment for the use of the land on which the property stands, the dwelling occupied, the fixtures and fittings for heating, plumbing, lighting, etc., and, in the case of a dwelling let furnished, the furniture. Rentals also include payment for the use of a garage to provide parking in connection with the dwelling. The garage does not have to be physically contiguous to the dwelling; nor does it have to be leased from the same landlord. (...) Includes: video-game software; video-game computers that plug into a television set; video- game cassettes and video-game CD-ROMs.
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Score: 1678271.5 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...u/stat/download/cpi/coicop.pdf
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Particular rentals of furnished dwelling The code indicates Particular rentals of furnished dwelling. (...) Clubs and gambling houses The code indicates Clubs and gambling houses. Gamings and bets (casinos; races; lotto) The code indicates Gamings and bets (casinos; races; lotto).
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Score: 1669366 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...EU_TaxExemptionReason_D09B.xsd
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Statistisches Bundesamt, 02/2013 - 3 - 04 Housing, water, electricity, gas and other fuels ...................................................................... 317,29 041 Rentals for housing including rental value of owner-occupied housing . ................................... 209,93 0411 Rentals for housing including rental value of owner-occupied housing . ................................... 209,93 043 Maintenance and repair of the dwelling ................................................................................. 8,10 0431 Materials for the maintenance and repair of the dwelling ........................................................ 3,98 0432 Services for the maintenance and repair of the dwelling ......................................................... 4,12 044 Water supply and miscellaneous services relating to the dwelling ........................................... 31,07 0441 Water supply ......................................................................................................................... 7,92 0442 Refuse collection ................................................................................................................... 6,87 0443 Sewage disposal ................................................................................................................... 9,79 0444 Other services relating to the dwelling ................................................................................... 6,49 045 Electricity, gas and other fuels ............................................................................................... 68,19 0451 Electricity .............................................................................................................................. 26,21 0452 Gas ....................................................................................................................................... 14,46 0453 Liquid fuels ........................................................................................................................... 11,11 0454 Solid fuels ............................................................................................................................ 1,05 0455 Central heating, district heating and others ............................................................................ 15,36 05 Furniture, lighting equipment, appliances and other household equipment ........................... 49,78 051 Furniture, lighting equipment, carpets and other floor coverings ............................................. 19,76 0511 Furniture and lighting equipment ........................................................................................... 17,30 0512 Carpets and other floor coverings .......................................................................................... 1,65 0513 Repair of furniture, lighting equipment and floor coverings ..................................................... 0,81 052 Household textiles ................................................................................................................ 3,55 0520 Household textiles ................................................................................................................ 3,55 053 Household appliances ........................................................................................................... 9,58 0531 Major household appliances whether electric or not ............................................................... 6,85 0532 Small electric household appliances ...................................................................................... 2,28 0533 Repair of household appliances ............................................................................................. 0,45 054 Glassware, tableware and other semi-durables and durables ................................................. 3,50 0540 Glassware, tableware and other semi-durables and durables ................................................. 3,50 055 Tools and appliances for house and garden ........................................................................... 5,42 0551 Motor-driven tools and appliances ......................................................................................... 1,75 0552 Gardening tools, equipment and other semi-durables and durables ....................................... 3,67 056 Goods and services for housekeeping .................................................................................... 7,97 0561 Non-durable goods for housekeeping .................................................................................... 5,06 0562 Domestic services and household services ............................................................................ 2,91 06 Health care ........................................................................................................................... 44,44 061 Medical products, appliances and equipment ........................................................................ 19,68 0611 Pharmaceutical products (without such for animals) .............................................................. 10,40 0612 Other medical products ......................................................................................................... 1,20 0613 Therapeutic appliances and equipment ................................................................................. 8,08 062 Outpatient services ............................................................................................................... 18,24 0621 Medical services ................................................................................................................... 10,47 0622 Dental services ..................................................................................................................... 5,57 0623 Paramedical services ............................................................................................................. 2,20 Consumer price index of Germany – Weighting Pattern Base year 2010 SEA -CPI1) Item Weighting in per mill 1) Classification of Receipts and Expenditure of Households adapted to the requirements of Consumer Price Index. Statistisches Bundesamt, 02/2013 - 4 - 063 Hospital services ................................................................................................................... 6,52 0630 Hospital services ................................................................................................................... 6,52 07 Transport .............................................................................................................................. 134,73 071 Purchase of vehicles ............................................................................................................. 32,61 0711 Motor cars (excluding campers) ............................................................................................. 29,57 0712 Motorcycles .......................................................................................................................... 1,18 0713 Bicycles ................................................................................................................................ 1,86 072 Goods and services for vehicles ............................................................................................. 79,31 0721 Spare parts and accessories for vehicles ................................................................................ 7,02 0722 Fuels and lubricants for vehicles ............................................................................................ 38,75 0723 Maintenance and repair of vehicles ....................................................................................... 18,62 0724 Other services for vehicles ..................................................................................................... 14,92 073 Transport services ................................................................................................................. 22,81 0731 Passenger transport by railway .............................................................................................. 6,95 0732 Passenger transport by road .................................................................................................. 1,22 0733 Passenger transport by air ..................................................................................................... 2,90 0734 Passenger transport by waterway ........................................................................................... 0,68 0735 Combined passenger transport services ................................................................................. 10,60 0736 Other purchased transport services ....................................................................................... 0,46 08 Communication ..................................................................................................................... 30,10 081 Postal and courier services .................................................................................................... 2,35 0810 Postal and courier services .................................................................................................... 2,35 082 Telephones and other communication devices ....................................................................... 1,70 0820 Telephones and other communication devices ....................................................................... 1,70 083 Telecommunication services .................................................................................................. 26,05 0830 Telecommunication services .................................................................................................. 26,05 09 Recreation, entertainment and culture .................................................................................. 114,92 091 Audio-visual, photographic and information processing equipment and accessories ............... 16,29 0911 Radio and television sets, video players/recorders and the like .............................................. 5,50 0912 Photographic and cinematographic equipment, optical instruments and accessories .............. 1,83 0913 Information processing equipment ........................................................................................ 5,76 0914 Recording media ................................................................................................................... 2,69 0915 Repair of audio-visual, photographic and information processing equipment .......................... 0,51 092 Other durables for recreation and culture ............................................................................... 2,10 0921 Campers and caravans .......................................................................................................... 1,40 0922 Musical instruments incl. accessories .................................................................................... 0,70 093 Other goods and services for recreation and gardening .......................................................... 20,97 0931 Games, toys and hobby goods ............................................................................................... 5,65 0932 Goods and services for sport, camping and recreation ............................................................ 2,30 0933 Products and non-durables for gardening ............................................................................... 7,09 0934 Pets, incl. semi-durables and non-durables ............................................................................ 4,14 0935 Veterinary and other services for pets .................................................................................... 1,79 Consumer price index of Germany – Weighting Pattern Base year 2010 SEA -CPI1) Item Weighting in per mill 1) Classification of Receipts and Expenditure of Households adapted to the requirements of Consumer Price Index. Statistisches Bundesamt, 02/2013 - 5 - 094 Recreational and cultural services .......................................................................................... 33,22 0941 Sporting and recreational services ......................................................................................... 7,74 0942 Cultural services .................................................................................................................... 15,86 0943 Games of chance ................................................................................................................... 9,62 095 Newspapers, books and stationery ........................................................................................ 15,51 0951 Books ................................................................................................................................... 6,39 0952 Newspapers and periodicals .................................................................................................. 6,59 0953 Miscellaneous printed matter ................................................................................................ 0,79 0954 Stationery and drawing materials ........................................................................................... 1,74 096 Package holidays .................................................................................................................. 26,83 0960 Package holidays .................................................................................................................. 26,83 10 Education ............................................................................................................................. 8,80 101 Services of pre-primary and primary education ....................................................................... 2,57 1010 Services of pre-primary and primary education ....................................................................... 2,57 102 Services of secondary education ............................................................................................ 1,34 1020 Services of secondary education ............................................................................................ 1,34 104 Services of tertiary education ................................................................................................. 3,92 1040 Services of tertiary education ................................................................................................. 3,92 105 Education services not definable by level ............................................................................... 0,97 1050 Education services not definable by level ............................................................................... 0,97 11 Accommodation and restaurant services ............................................................................... 44,67 111 Catering services ................................................................................................................... 34,23 1111 Restaurants, cafés, street sale and the like ............................................................................ 29,92 1112 Canteens .............................................................................................................................. 4,31 112 Accommodation services ....................................................................................................... 10,44 1120 Accommodation services ....................................................................................................... 10,44 12 Miscellaneous goods and services ........................................................................................ 70,04 121 Personal care ........................................................................................................................ 22,54 1211 Hairdressing services and other services for personal care ..................................................... 9,95 1212 Electrical appliances for personal care ................................................................................... 0,46 1213 Other articles and products for personal care ......................................................................... 12,13 123 Personal effects n.e.c. ........................................................................................................... 5,71 1231 Jewellery, clocks and watches ................................................................................................ 3,57 1232 Other personal effects ........................................................................................................... 2,14 124 Social protection services ...................................................................................................... 11,35 1240 Social protection services ...................................................................................................... 11,35 125 Insurance services ................................................................................................................ 22,78 1252 Insurance services connected with the dwelling ..................................................................... 1,93 1253 Insurance services connected with health .............................................................................. 10,43 1254 Insurance services connected with transport .......................................................................... 6,31 1255 Other insurance services ....................................................................................................... 4,11 126 Financial services n.e.c. ......................................................................................................... 2,92 1262 Other financial services ......................................................................................................... 2,92 127 Other services ....................................................................................................................... 4,74 1270 Other services ....................................................................................................................... 4,74 Consumer Price Index of Germany Weighting pattern for base year 2010 01 Food and non-alcoholic beverages 02 Alcoholic beverages and tobacco 03 Clothing and footwear 04 Housing, water, electricity, gas and other fuels 05 Furniture, lighting equipment, appliances and other household equipment 06 Health care 07 Transport 08 Communication 09 Recreation, entertainment and culture 10 Education 11 Accommodation and restaurant services 12 Miscellaneous goods and services
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Score: 1597624.3 - www.ilo.org/ilostat-fil...NEW/E/DEU_CPI_Weights-2013.pdf
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Non-productive or personal activities Study Socialization Participation in cultural, entertainment or sporting events Hobbies, games and other pass-times Sport and physical exercise Mass Media Use Self-care CAUTAL CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK Update. (Draft proposal) Major Divisions, Division A PAID WORK AND RELATED ACTIVITIES (SNA) 1 Paid work and related activities B UNPAID WORK ACTIVITIES (OUTSIDE OF SNA) 2 Unpaid domestic services for own final use within household 3 Unpaid caregiving services to household members 4 Community services and help to other households and volunteer work C PERSONAL ACTIVITIES 5 Learning and study 6 Coexistence and recreational activities 7 Use of communication and media 8 Self-care CAUTAL Major division, division and groups A SNA WORK AND RELATED ACTIVITIES 1 Paid work and related activities 11 Salaried work 12 Work as employer or owner 13 Self-employed 14 Domestic service 15 Unpaid family workers 16 Work for household own-consumption (including subsistence) 17 Seeking employment and related activities 18 Travel related to work CAUTAL Major division, division and groups (cont’d) B UNPAID WORK ACTIVITIES OUTSIDE THE SNA 2 Unpaid domestic activities for own home 21 Food preparation and serving 22 Cleaning and upkeep of dwelling and surroundings 23 Cleaning and care of textiles and footwear 24 Maintenance and small repairs of own home 25 Household management 26 Purchases for the households (including transfers) 27 Plant and pet care 3 Unpaid care of household members 31 Care and support for children under 15 years of age that are household members 32 Care and support for household members between 15 and 59 years of age 33 Care and support for household members 60 years of age and older 34 Care and support for household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence 4 Unpaid services to other households, for the community and voluntary work 41 Support to other households 42 Community activities 43 Unpaid volunteer services CAUTAL Major division, division and groups (cont’d) C PERSONAL ACTIVITIES 5 Learning 51 Learning and study 52 Travel related to learning 6 Coexistence and recreation activities 61 Social Coexistence (family, friends and others) 62 Participating in community cultural/social or sport events 63 Games and other pastime activities 64 Indoor and outdoor sports participation and related courses 7 Use of media and communication 71 Reading books, magazines, newspapers and other materials though any medium 72 Watching television 73 Listening to radio or other audio media exclusively 74 Using computer (video, audio, internet, file downloads) 8 Personal Care and self-maintenance 81 Personal care 82 Physiological activities CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits) A SNA WORK AND RELATED ACTIVITIES 1 Paid work and related activities 11 Salaried work 12 Work as employer or owner 13 Self-employed 14 Domestic service 15 Unpaid family workers 16 Work for household own-consumption (including subsistence) 161 Care of fields, orchards, vegetable patch and other similar 162 Collection of mushrooms, fruit, flowers and other wild agricultural products 163 Raising and care of animals (including fish) and derived products 164 Hunting, fishing, and collection of wild game, except firewood 165 Collection of firewood 166 Hauling water 167 Non-primary activities for own-consuption 168Work in self-construction and other buildings 160Work in other self-consumption household activities 18 Looking for work 19 Travel related to work CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) B UNPAID WORK ACTIVITIES (Outside the SNA) 2 Unpaid work in household chores for own use 21 Preparation and serving of food 211 Cooking and heating of food and beverages, and snack preparation 212 Preparation and conservation of meal ingredients 213 Setting the table, serving of meals and doing the dishes 214 Washing, drying and putting away dishes 215 Washing or cleaning cooking area 216 Purchase of food, including travel 210 Other activities related to food management 22 Cleaning of household and surroundings 221 Cleaning of household interior (sweeping, wiping, dusting, cleaning bathroom, tidying, general cleaning) 222 Care of outdoor (sweep street, patio, garden, garage) 223 Disposal, separating or recycling garbage 220 Other activities related to cleaning dwelling and surroundings CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) 23 Cleaning, care and production of textiles and footwear 231 Washing, loading/unloading and drying clothes by hand or machine 232 Ironing 233 Sorting, folding, storing 234 Mending/repairing of clothes and other textiles 235 Cleaning and polishing shoes 236 Taking to washing and/or ironing and/or repairing clothing or footwear somewhere and picking them up 230 Other activities related to care of textiles and footwear 24 Maintenance, installations and small repairs (house, household goods, vehicles) 241 Maintenance, installations and small repair of dwellings 242 Maintenance and minor repair of own household goods 243 Cleaning, maintenance and minor repairs of vehicles of own use 244 Making or maintenance of furniture, making ornaments or crafts for own home 245 Taking to repair or maintain articles or vehicles of own household 240 Other maintenance, installation and minor repair activities for own household CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) 25 Household management 251 Errands and payment of services 252 Organising documents, budgets and paperwork relating to the home 253 Overseeing household security 250 Other activities related to household management 26 Shopping for the household and its members 261 Purchase of clothing, footwear, utensils, appliances and furniture 262 Purchase of automobiles, land, homes and other estates 260 Other purchasing activities for the household 27 Plant and pet care 271 Care of pets 272 Care of plants in the interior of the home 270 Other plant and pet care CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) 3 UNPAID CAREGIVING SERVICES TO HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS 31 Care and support for children under 15 years of age 311 Personal care and physical attention to children under 15 years of age 3111 Feeding, carrying, putting to bed, bathing, cleaning and entertaining children under 3 years of age 3112 Feeding, bathing and cleaning children between 3 and 6 years of age 3113 Playing and conversing with children under 15 years of age 312 Healthcare to children under 15 years of age 313 Educational and/or learning support for children under 15 years of age 3131 Homework help for children under 15 years of age 3132 Attendance of meeting, festivals or other educational and learning support activities for children under 15 years of age CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) 314 Accompaniment, including transfers to care and support activities for children under 15 years of age 3141 Accompanying, taking and/or picking up from daycare or school children under 15 years of age 3142 Accompanying, taking and/or picking up from some place children under 15 years of age for their healthcare 3143 Accompanying, taking and/or picking up children under 15 years of age from any other place 310 Other care and support activities for children under 15 years of age that are household members CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) 32 Care and support for household members between 15 and 59 years of age 321 Care and support for household members between 15 and 59 years of age 322 Healthcare for household members between 15 and 59 years of age 323 Accompaniment, including transfers to care and support activities for household members between 15 and 59 years of age 3231 Accompanying, taking and/or picking up for healthcare household members between 15 and 59 years of age 3232 Accompanying, taking and/or picking up household members between 15 and 59 years of age 320 Other care and support activities household members between 15 and 59 years of age CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) 33 Care and support for household members over 60 years of age 331 Care and support for household members over 60 years of age 332 Healthcare for household members over 60 years of age 333 Accompaniment, including transfers to care and support activities for household members over 60 years of age 3331 Accompanying, taking and/or picking up for healthcare household members over 60 years of age 3332 Accompanying, taking and/or picking up household members over 60 years of age 330 Other care and support activities household members over 60 years of age CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) 34 Care and support for household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence 341 Personal care and physical attention to household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence 3411 Feeding household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence 3412 Carrying and putting to bed household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence 341 3 Bathing and cleaning household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence 342 Healthcare for household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence 3421 Temporary healthcare for household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence 3422 Permanent healthcare for household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) 343 Accompaniment, including transfers to care and support activities for household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence 3431 Accompanying, taking and/or picking up for healthcare household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence 3432 Accompanying, taking and/or picking up household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence 330 Other care and support activities household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) 4 UNPAID WORK FOR OTHER HOUSEHOLDS, FOR THE COMMUNITY AND UNPAID VOLUNTEER WORK 41 Unpaid help to other households 411 Household work for other households 412 Care of persons of other households 410 Other unpaid activities to support other households 42 Unpaid Community work 421 Make unpaid arrangements to provide or improve services for the community 422 Making arrangements to gain support for social programmes 420 Other unpaid activities to support the community 43 Unpaid volunteer work through non-profit institutions 431 Unpaid volunteer work in healthcare 432 Unpaid volunteer work activities in education 430 Other activities related to organized unpaid volunteer work CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) C PERSONAL CARE 5 LEARNING AND STUDY 51 LEARNING AND STUDY 511 Participate in classes, distance education and/or extracurricular education 512 Homework, research and other activities related to education 513 Complementary study activities 510 Other study activities 52 Travel to and from study centres CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) 6 COEXISTENCE, CULTURE , RECREATION AND SPORTS 61 Social Coexistence with family, friends and others 611 Socialising/ coexistence with family, friends and others 612 Attending community, civic and/or religious celebrations 610 Other socialization activities 62 Participating in community cultural, entertainment or sports events 621 Attending cultural events 622 Attending entertainment events 623 Attending sporting events 630 Other activities related to attending culture, entertainment and/or sporting events 63 Games and pastime 631 Engaging in fine arts, graphics, literature or performances 632 Board games, games of chance and other games 630 Other games or pastimes 64 Sport and physical exercise 641 Participation in sports 642 Exercising 640 Other activities related to sports participation and exercise CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) 7 USE OF MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION 71 Reading a book, magazine, newspaper or other material by any medium 72 Watching television and video exclusively 73 Listening to radio and audio devices exclusively 74 Using the computer (Video and/or audio, internet, file downloads) 8 PERSONAL CARE 81 Personal Care 811 Personal hygiene and care 812 Receiving personal and health/medical care from others (including travel) 813 Activities associated with resting, relaxing, meditating, praying and reflecting 810 Other self-care and maintenance activities 82 Physiological activities 821 Eating and drinking 822 Sleeping CAUTAL CLASSIFICATION ACTIVITIES FOR TIME-USE STATISTICS ICATUS 7 countries Brazil, Chile, Cuba, Mexico (CMAUT), Peru, Venezuela, Uruguay CAUTAL 3 countries Bolivia (CATBOL), Costa Rica, Ecuador ICATUS-CAUTAL 1 country Colombia Do not use a classification 6 countries Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama THANK YOU www.cepal.org/mujer www.cepal.org/oig http://www.cepal.org/mujer http://www.cepal.org/oig
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Score: 1503487.9 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...ion_of_time-use_activities.pdf
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These will be broadcast in the arenas where the games will be played and on the television channels broadcasting the games. Information booths will also be displayed in the arenas in the four cities hosting the games: Ankara, Istanbul, Izmir and Kayseri. A Declaration for road safety, signed by officials of UNECE, FIBA, TBF and TNP, will be displayed in the arenas to invite the players of the various teams to join the campaign and declare: “We play and drive by the rules” “We play and drive by the rules” “We play and drive by the rules”. (...) According to the results, information on the net value of goods produced for own consumption and of services from owner-occupied dwellings is collected by half of the 46 respondents.
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Score: 1446122.2 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...2010/UNECE_weekly_2010-387.pdf
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. - Internet for new cars, used cars; fees in respect of personal transport equipment (weekly and annual vignettes; Low-cost airlines tickets; telephone, telefax equipment and the like (mobile phones); fixed phone services; mobile phone services; personal computers and accompanying equipment; pre-recorded recording media; games, toys and hobbies (computer game and video game); books; Package holidays; financial services n.e.c. (...) In cases when the respondent is tenant or landlords, the price development of the current dwelling is observed for the whole term of the contract (current or old tenancy). When firms are the respondents then prices comprise current as well as new tenancy. For each dwelling the price is calculated once in a year and is observed the following 11 months.
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Score: 1407293.3 - www.ilo.org/ilostat-fil...R_CPI_Descriptions%20-2013.pdf
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In accordance with Social Dwellings Construction Protocol and the Supplementary Protocol signed between TOKI and Ministry of Family and Social Policy General Directorate of Social Benefits in 2009 and 2011, it was planned to provide economically deprived persons without any social security with dwellings by means of repayment method. (...) In addition, various facilitating measures were taken in Property Ownership Law No. 634 for the project revision of the dwellings where PwDs reside (Art. 19). Furthermore, Real Estate Tax Law authorized the Council of Ministers for reducing or cancelling out the taxes of real estate that belong to PwDs provided that they possess only one dwelling smaller than 200 square meter. (...) In the event that the children’s playgrounds are three or more, one is made as “non-handicapped game group”. TOKI also has set standards for the landscapes of its projects.
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Score: 1401799.2 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...isabilities/States/Turkey.docx
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON ADEQUATE HOUSING AS A COMPONENT OF THE RIGHT TO AN ADEQUATE STANDARD OF LIVING, AND ON THE RIGHT TO NON-DISCRIMINATION IN THIS CONTEXT, RAQUEL ROLNIK
International events and housing rights: a focus on the Olympic Games”, COHRE, 2007. 21 “2012 Home Games”, op cit, p. 14. 22 Ibid. 23 “One world, whose dream? Housing rights violations and the Beijing Olympic Games”, COHRE, 2008, p. 6. 24 “Hosting the 2012 Olympic Games: London’s Olympic preparations and housing rights concerns”, 2001, COHRE, p. 31. 25 “2012 Home Games”, op. cit., p. 13. 26 Ibid., p. 16. 27 “Cracks in the foundation”, Pivot Legal Society, September 2006, p. 1, 3. (...) Games are held every two years, alternating between summer and winter Olympic Games.
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Score: 1343415.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=A/HRC/13/20&Lang=E
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This includes the enhancement of mobility, the cleansing of contaminated areas, the development of waste management and sanitation, the provision of social and cultural infrastructure, and the construction of new dwellings, or the rehabilitation of the existing ones, that may increase the availability of housing stock in host cities. (...) Numerous past experiences have shown that redevelopment projects adopted in preparation for the games often result in extensive human rights violations, particularly of the right to adequate housing. (...) Report: Mega-events and the right to housing (2010) In the report, the Special Rapporteur discusses the impact of major international sports events (mega-events) on the realization of the right to adequate housing, in particular, the positive and negative legacy of hosting the Olympic Games and the Football World Cup. She provides an overview of the practices and procedures of the International Olympic Committee and International Association of Football Federations, especially on their bidding and selection process for host cities and countries.
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Score: 1309235.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/speci...nts-and-right-adequate-housing
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. > Crèches, education and rehabilitation, game and activity rooms alongside study rooms shall be made available for children. > Additionally, the interiors shall be complemented with kitchens, storerooms, warehouses, laundry rooms, drying rooms, pressing rooms and other places which could be needed. > Air conditioning of the buildings shall be designed in view of their physical circumstances and the climate of their location. > Shelters shall be furnished to create an easy and free atmosphere with the warmth of a home, paying regard to the specific needs of women and children for their comfort. (...) In accordance with Social Dwellings Construction Protocol and the Supplementary Protocol signed between TOKI and MoFSP General Directorate of Social Benefits in 2009 and 2011, it was planned to provide economically deprived persons without any social security with dwellings by means of repayment method. (...) In addition, various facilitating measures were taken in Property Ownership Law No. 634 for the project revision of the dwellings where PwDs reside (Art. 19). Furthermore, Real Estate Tax Law authorized the Council of Ministers for reducing or cancelling out the taxes of real estate that belong to PwDs provided that they possess only one dwelling smaller than 200 square meter.
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Score: 1288509 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...s/Housing/RightLife/Turkey.pdf
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