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Bonisiwe admits that she had no choice but to stay with her son’s abusive father as he was supporting them. She eventually left with then two-year-old Mthokozisi and moved to Pretoria to live with a cousin. (...) She soon fell out with her cousin, who kicked them out and she eventually ended up in another abusive relationship. (...) “She was very traumatized,” says Nomsa, one of the social workers handling her case. “Her inability to acquire a birth certificate has only made life worse.”
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Score: 936464 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-ie/ne...isk-gender-based-violence.html
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Bonisiwe admits that she had no choice but to stay with her son’s abusive father as he was supporting them. She eventually left with then two-year-old Mthokozisi and moved to Pretoria to live with a cousin. (...) She soon fell out with her cousin, who kicked them out and she eventually ended up in another abusive relationship. (...) “She was very traumatized,” says Nomsa, one of the social workers handling her case. “Her inability to acquire a birth certificate has only made life worse.”
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Score: 936464 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-us/ne...isk-gender-based-violence.html
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Bonisiwe admits that she had no choice but to stay with her son’s abusive father as he was supporting them. She eventually left with then two-year-old Mthokozisi and moved to Pretoria to live with a cousin. (...) She soon fell out with her cousin, who kicked them out and she eventually ended up in another abusive relationship. (...) “She was very traumatized,” says Nomsa, one of the social workers handling her case. “Her inability to acquire a birth certificate has only made life worse.”
Language:English
Score: 936464 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-my/ne...isk-gender-based-violence.html
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Bonisiwe admits that she had no choice but to stay with her son’s abusive father as he was supporting them. She eventually left with then two-year-old Mthokozisi and moved to Pretoria to live with a cousin. (...) She soon fell out with her cousin, who kicked them out and she eventually ended up in another abusive relationship. (...) “She was very traumatized,” says Nomsa, one of the social workers handling her case. “Her inability to acquire a birth certificate has only made life worse.”
Language:English
Score: 936464 - https://www.unhcr.org/afr/news...isk-gender-based-violence.html
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Bonisiwe admits that she had no choice but to stay with her son’s abusive father as he was supporting them. She eventually left with then two-year-old Mthokozisi and moved to Pretoria to live with a cousin. (...) She soon fell out with her cousin, who kicked them out and she eventually ended up in another abusive relationship. (...) “She was very traumatized,” says Nomsa, one of the social workers handling her case. “Her inability to acquire a birth certificate has only made life worse.”
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Score: 936464 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-ie/ne...stories/2021/12/61b9c3104.html
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“So far, ten local people with children in child labour have been hired and we hope to eventually expand these benefits to more community members in need”, he goes on. (...) During eight months of learning by doing, cooperative members acquired techniques for processing the product and operating the machinery. (...) Optimistic about prospects for further expansion, Ban is considering processing dragon fruit in the future, and also aspires to sell the product in other communes, with a view to eventually export internationally. As the cooperative continues to develop and more local jobs are created, priority will continue to be given to families with children engaged in or at risk of child labour.
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Score: 924710.6 - https://www.ilo.org/hanoi/Info...WCMS_748614/lang--en/index.htm
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MR YOUSSEF HUSSAIN KAMAL MINISTER OF FINANCE, ECONOMY AND COMMERCE CHAIRMAN OF THE FOURTH SESSION OF THE MINISTERIAL CONFERENCE OF THE WTO Your Highness the Emir of the State of Qatar, Your Highness the Crown Prince, Your Highness the Prime Minister, Your Highness the Deputy Prime Minister, Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen, Welcome to Doha It is a great honour for us to host the Fourth Ministerial Conference of the WTO, the Organization that succeeded the GATT in 1995 and acquired a special importance in the last 6 years. (...) We know that some of you have reservations on parts of it, and this is normal, but we have to reach eventually the solutions that satisfy all. The implementation of the Uruguay Round Agreements represents for many developing countries an issue of vital importance.
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Score: 923502.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...st_e/min01_e/wt_min01_11_e.pdf
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Let me recall that the Fellowship was established in 1981 to assist government officials and other professionals from developing States to acquire additional knowledge on the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, in order to promote its wider application, and to enhance specialized experience in maritime affairs and related disciplines. (...) It is therefore critical that awards under this Fellowship are implemented continuously and consistently, including so that States can plan accordingly for the application and eventual release of awardees. This, of course, requires continued and adequate funding.
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Score: 923502.1 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...tatements/poa/14mtg_doalos.pdf
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Human capital acquired by agents of a generation allows them to use technologies of the latest available vintage. (...) This implies that individuals with higher ability have a comparative advantage in acquiring hs. Consequently, the indirect utility enjoyed by acquiring s-type human capital, U s∗t (a) is strictly monotonically increasing in ability a, while Uu∗t does not depend on a. (...) On the other hand, when a substantial share of the population acquires hs, i.e. when the share skilled λ is very high, very large improvements in T are necessary to make even more individuals acquire hs instead of hu.
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Score: 922814.8 - https://www.un.org/development...s_paper_cervellati_nov2008.pdf
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Yet there is no commensurate institutional structure to prevent or respond to such an eventuality. Despite this, as it has been repeatedly stated, the institutional investment in this area is lower than that in nuclear, chemical or radiological response mechanisms. In recent years, we have also seen frequent evidence that other actors, including terrorist organizations, and groups or individuals with malicious intent, have an interest in acquiring weapons of mass destruction, including biological weapons. (...) New techniques, such as gene-editing, as well as the broader dissemination of knowledge, have lowered the technological barriers to acquiring and 3 using biological weapons. Advances in biological science and applicable technology must continue to be carefully monitored within the framework of the BWC, along with related convergent technologies, for example in the digital realm.
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Score: 916769.3 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...ges-Problems-and-Solutions.pdf
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