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UNICEF’s concept of basic life-saving skills includes training of core competencies leading to self-awareness, self-management, relationship skills, social awareness and responsible decision-making, which eventually lead to post-conflict reconstruction and social development. (...) Lusine Aghabekyan, psychologist and trainer at Parenting School UNICEF Armenia/2021/Biayna Mahari “I learned new methods and acquired new skills in working with children and adolescents. (...) In a chemistry class, I always strive for my students to not only learn the correct formulas, but also acquire skills, such as communication, goal-setting or decision-making, that will help them to further explore the subject."
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Score: 916769.3 - https://www.unicef.org/armenia...cted-nagorno-karabakh-conflict
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However, trainings and courses enable us to formalize much of the knowledge we acquire from practice and enrich it through existing theoretical frameworks and functional models. (...) Courses where knowledge or skills acquired can be directly applied to your work to improve your results should be your number one choice. (...) Learning is a habit, acquire it. If we don’t learn, eventually our approach gets gradually obsolete and so becomes our knowledge.
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Score: 913848.8 - https://www.undp.org/fr/tunisi...-away-your-learning-objectives
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“The main objectives of rehabilitation are getting rid of behaviours that bear acquired after being in contact with humans and strengthening their natural instincts,” explains Gurielidze.   (...) “The messages are often very touching,” she says, “they make you think that though it will take time, our attitudes towards animals will eventually change.” Worldwide, the BIOFIN programme aims to direct additional finance towards global and national biodiversity needs.
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Score: 909171.8 - https://www.undp.org/georgia/stories/learning-be-wild
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These representatives tent to rule in their own way, and eventually, the Greeks lost their position in these regions after decades of cohabitation and cultural interactions. However, all these influences exchanged went on, and all the knowledge acquired and the cities built remain part of our common heritage.  
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Score: 909171.8 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...ow-greek-presence-central-asia
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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: 909171.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...st_e/min01_e/wt_min01_11_e.doc
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While seeking to optimize the timing and approach to HIV treatment in infants and children who have already been infected, WHO has made new recommendations with the objective of reducing and eventually eliminating new HIV infections in children. Approximately 400 000 infants acquire HIV infection each year as a result of mother-to-child transmission.
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Score: 909171.8 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi...00720_who_newhivapproaches/en/
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I-News Youth leaders tell ILO they need “jobs”, but express optimism for the future Youth leaders from around the world told the annual conference of the International Labour Organization (ILO) they need “jobs”, but expressed optimism that their efforts would eventually result in employment, more equitable societies and decent work. News | 10 June 2011 GENEVA (ILO News) – Youth leaders from around the world told the annual conference of the International Labour Organization (ILO) they need “jobs, jobs”, but expressed optimism that their efforts would eventually result in employment, more equitable societies and decent work. (...) Suarez Santos said the key feature of youth was their capacity for innovation and risk-taking, so the challenge was how to give them more opportunities to acquire experience to have good prospects for the future, and contribute to society.
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Score: 905123.5 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_157390/lang--en/index.htm
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It would suffice, in our view, that the commentary explain how the activities of non-governmental actors may eventually contribute to collecting the evidence of practice referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 of Draft Conclusion 4 [5] or ascertaining such practice. (...) However, ascertaining when the treaty parties acquired the sense of being under legal obligation to extend the treatment required by the treaty also to non-parties to the treaty and having the right to require the same treatment from these states is a problem in itself. (...) We encourage the Special Rapporteur and the Commission to further reflect on this matter and eventually formulate additional paragraphs of conclusion 11, building on these elements.
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Score: 903324.9 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...statements/ilc/czech_rep_2.pdf
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Born in Namibia, then part of South Africa, he did not acquire nationality at birth because at the time neither of his parents had citizenship or permanent residency in the country. (...) His parents were both British Overseas Citizens – a class of nationality granted under limited circumstances to people connected with former British colonies – and his father subsequently acquired full British citizenship. Paul was issued a British passport in India in 2007. Believing he had acquired British citizenship, he then surrendered his Indian citizenship in line with Indian law.
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Score: 897561.7 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-my/ne...tortuous-road-recognition.html
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Born in Namibia, then part of South Africa, he did not acquire nationality at birth because at the time neither of his parents had citizenship or permanent residency in the country. (...) His parents were both British Overseas Citizens – a class of nationality granted under limited circumstances to people connected with former British colonies – and his father subsequently acquired full British citizenship. Paul was issued a British passport in India in 2007. Believing he had acquired British citizenship, he then surrendered his Indian citizenship in line with Indian law.
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Score: 897561.7 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-ie/ne...tortuous-road-recognition.html
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