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With this new instrument, each State Party commits “never, under any circumstances... to develop, test, produce, manufacture, otherwise acquire, possess or stockpile nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices”.  (...) Together with Brazil, Ireland, Mexico, Nigeria and South Africa, Austria formed a group of highly committed States which played an important role in the conduct of negotiations and their eventual success.  Eventually, negotiations led to the adoption of the treaty in July 2017 and its entry into force.
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Score: 868422.5 - https://www.ungeneva.org/es/ne...-des-armes-nucleaires-une-base
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With this new instrument, each State Party commits “never, under any circumstances... to develop, test, produce, manufacture, otherwise acquire, possess or stockpile nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices”.  (...) Together with Brazil, Ireland, Mexico, Nigeria and South Africa, Austria formed a group of highly committed States which played an important role in the conduct of negotiations and their eventual success.  Eventually, negotiations led to the adoption of the treaty in July 2017 and its entry into force.
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Score: 868422.5 - https://www.ungeneva.org/en/ne...-des-armes-nucleaires-une-base
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Young  women  have  infection  rates  that  are  twice  as   high  as  men  of  the  same  age.6     • Among  the  58  percent  of  all  unpaid  workers  or  eventually  one  of  the  estimated  two  billion  working-­‐age  adults  who  are   neither  working  in  jobs  nor  looking  for  work,  the  majority  of  whom  are  women.7,  8     Or,  the  same  girl  could  become  the  potent  agent  that  unlocks  intergenerational  poverty  and  inequity.   (...)       • Global  and  Local  Economics     o If  young  Nigerian  women  had  the  same  employment  rate  as  young  men,  the  country  would  add  $13.9  billion  to  the   GDP  annually.9  Approximately  $3.4  billion  could  be  added  to  Kenya’s  gross  income  each  year  if  all  1.6  million   adolescent  girls  in  Kenya  completed  secondary  school  and  its  220,098  adolescent  mothers  were  employed  instead  of   pregnant  so  early  in  their  lives.10   o Closing  the  joblessness  gap  between  girls  and  boys  would  yield  an  increase  in  GDP  of  up  to  1.2  percent  in  one  year.11   o One  extra  year  of  secondary  education  increases  a  girls’  eventual  income  by  10  to  20  percent.12   o Investing  in  girls  ignites  a  future  multiplier  effect.   (...)         • Do  the  Maths  and  Reap  an  Extraordinarily  High  Return  on  Investment:    Educate  Girls     o Ensure  all  adolescent  girls  benefit  from  compulsory,  quality  basic  education  through  lower  secondary  school,  which   enables  them  to  meet  measurable  learning  standards  and  acquire  relevant  skills.   • Marry  Common  Sense  with  Good  Policy  and  Legal  Enforcement:    End  Child  Marriage   o Child  marriage  undermines  nearly  every  current  MDG  and  likely  future  development  goals.  
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Score: 868422.5 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi.../adolescent_girls_post2015.pdf
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Taking disability inclusion further Put it in writing Equal opportunities for all Plan for every eventuality Think outside the business Start networking Tell others what you're doing Put it in writing Prove you’re committed to disability inclusion by making it company policy . (...) Disaggregation of data by sex will help identify different impacts on women with disabilities as compared to men with disabilities. Plan for every eventuality Someone in your business could acquire a disability or mental health condition while working for you.
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Score: 868422.5 - https://www.ilo.org/infostorie...in-win-of-disability-inclusion
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This could have t he negative effect of making bioweapons cheaper and easier to acquire, eventually making their use more likely; more reliable and controllable, making them more desirable; and more effective thereby increasing their potential impact. (...) While it is theoretically possible for non-state actors to develop a synthetic biology or nanobiotechnology-based approach to acquire or use biological weapons, such a scenario is highly unlikely for the foreseeable future. (...) In this context, however, it is important to note that any application of synthetic biology and nanobiotechnology for acquiring or using biological weapons would be covered under the terms of the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC).
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Score: 863368 - https://www.un.org/en/chronicl...ecurity-advances-life-sciences
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The body in charge of the regulation of the natural monopolies shall exercise control over:  Any transactions, as a result of which a subject of a natural monopoly acquires the right of ownership of capital goods, which are not designed for the production (realization) of the goods (works, services), in respect of which the regulation procedures in accordance with this Law are applied;  Investments, made by a subject of a natural monopoly into the production (realization) of goods (works, services) in respect of which the regulation procedures in accordance with this Law are not applied;  Sales, leasing or other transactions, as a result of which an economic entity acquires the right of possession and use of the part of the capital goods of a subject of a natural monopoly, which are designed for the production (realization) of the goods (works, services), in respect of which the regulation procedures in accordance with this Law are applied. (...) A person or a group of persons, who, as a result of the acquisition of shares in the authorized capital of a subject of a natural monopoly or as a result of other transactions, including contracts of agency, trusteeship agreements and contracts of pledge, have acquired more than 10 per cent of the total number of the voting shares, which constitute the authorized capital of a subject of a natural monopoly, should notify the body in charge of the regulation of the natural monopolies, within a period of three days from the date of the acquisition, of these developments, as well as of all other cases of changing the number of the voting shares, which belong to them. A subject of a natural monopoly, which has acquired in the authorized capital of another economic entity more than 10 per cent of the total number of the voting shares, shall bear the same responsibility.
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Score: 863368 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/tjk_e/WTACCTJK14A1_LEG_1.pdf
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This could have t he negative effect of making bioweapons cheaper and easier to acquire, eventually making their use more likely; more reliable and controllable, making them more desirable; and more effective thereby increasing their potential impact. (...) While it is theoretically possible for non-state actors to develop a synthetic biology or nanobiotechnology-based approach to acquire or use biological weapons, such a scenario is highly unlikely for the foreseeable future. (...) In this context, however, it is important to note that any application of synthetic biology and nanobiotechnology for acquiring or using biological weapons would be covered under the terms of the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC).
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Score: 863368 - https://www.un.org/en/node/26099
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“With volunteerism,” he writes, “you are offering your skills and labour free of charge,” while with innovative volunteerism you do something with your skills that connects the dots or fills the gaps in agro-productivity and you realize economic benefits eventually. Mr. Munang lists insufficient electricity, hunger, climate change, rapid urbanization and inequality as Africa’s top challenges. (...) At times the book reads like an autobiography; the author details his upbringing in his native Cameroon and the sacrifices he made to acquire a PhD in the UK. He weaves childhood stories into the text to illustrate some of the more complex aspects of climate change.
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Score: 856037.9 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...-power-innovative-volunteerism
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She says she remembers desperately looking for her mother amid the rubble. Eventually, she, her sister and her brothers were rescued and taken to their grandparents` house in Agjabadi district, but she still lived in fear, amid the thunder of artillery guns from the nearby fighting. (...) Conflict leads to the destruction of three pillars of a child's life – a healthy diet, acquiring knowledge from adults, and development through games, says Azerbaijani psychologist Azad Isazade.
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Score: 856037.9 - https://www.unicef.org/azerbai...t-we-would-remain-under-rubble
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Two elaborate forms were implemented that later acquired considerable prestige, eventually being recognized as classic structures of Arabic poetry: the marthiya , strictly reserved for funeral elegies, and quasida (the ode), which served as the framework for the development of this poetry due to its unity of style and tone.
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Score: 856037.9 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...on-classical-arabic-literature
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