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UNICEF/UN049427/PANJETA/UNICEF BiH Available in: English русский A region that has transformed itself Europe and Central Asia has experienced tremendous change since the collapse of the Soviet Union three decades ago.  (...) Inequalities are deepening in many places the most vulnerable citizens - including children - too often find themselves excluded from the progress experienced by others.    Disadvantaged and excluded children can be found in every part of the region, and these children are the focus of UNICEF’s work across Europe and Central Asia. (...) The most disadvantaged children are too often denied the care and protection experienced by their peers. National systems, such as education, health, child protection and social welfare systems could, and should, meet the needs of every child – including the most vulnerable. 
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Score: 554348.97 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/sit...ildren-europe-and-central-asia
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Some 35 per cent of girls and 17 per cent of boys have experienced sexual violence, 59 per cent of girls and 68 per cent of boys experienced physical violence during their childhoods (2015 Violence Against Children survey). This persists into adulthood as 56 per cent of ever married women and 44 per cent of ever married men have experienced physical, sexual or emotional violence by their spouse or partner. 
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Score: 554348.97 - https://www.unicef.org/uganda/every-child-protection
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Populations classified in Crisis (IPC Phase 3) include poor urban and rural households in the deficit-producing southern region, some parts of the northern, and central districts. These areas experienced floods and later, earlier than normal, tailing off rainfall, leading to localized production shortfalls, which exacerbated slow livelihood recovery from previous seasons and impacts of COVID-19 on remittances. (...) Key drivers Flooding: In northern Malawi, parts of Rumphi and Karonga districts experienced flooding and waterlogging that damaged crops. Dry spells: In southern Malawi, Nsanje and Chikwawa districts, as well as parts of Phalombe, Balaka, Mwanza, Neno, Zomba, and Chiradzulu districts, had localized dry spells and experienced early cessation of rainfall, which resulted in localized below-average production.
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Score: 550206.45 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...ications-details/en/c/1371396/
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1 Aviation Safety Symposium Dakar, Senegal Presentation on the Experience of Sudan (VIPs to be addressed will be included later) 1 First and foremost, I would like to thank the International Civil Aviation Organization and specifically the Air Navigation Bureau of ICAO for inviting Sudan to share its experience with respect to its safety oversight related activities and specifically our experience with regard to the Significant Safety Concern identified during the ICVM of 2011 and we were able to overcome in a relatively short period. 2 I am sure you would agree with me that 10 minutes would not be adequate to present what we have experienced; however, with the objective of telling our story in as much detail as possible, we have prepared a bulletin both in the English and French languages for distribution to the audience and to those who would like to get the whole information. 3 Sudan’s experience with the SSC started the day the ICAO audit team presented its report on its findings relating to the ICVM conducted in Sudan in December 2011. (...) ICAO immediately provided its feedback and implementation started on 15 January 2012. 7 Teams of experts from the technical departments of the SCAA and highly experienced and qualified individuals from the Industry were selected provided with training on certification process. (...) Although we have received several applications, none of the new applicants have been certified yet as they did not satisfy the requirements or are still in the process of doing so. 15 We believe that the efforts made by the SCAA are bearing fruit as, unlike the previous years when there were three to four accidents or serious incidents a year Sudan has experienced no accident or serious incident over the last two years. 16 Currently, the SCAA is focusing its full attention on the sustainability of the system as a whole and over the last two years, it has recruited several highly experienced flight operations inspectors, aircraft airworthiness experts and personnel licensing officers while at the same time addressing findings associated with air navigation services and aerodrome ground aids. 17 As we meet here, Sudan in coordination with ICAO, is hosting the first seminar on the new ICAO Airworthiness Manual, Doc 9760 for the ESAF and MID Regions. 18 Sudan, through its civil aviation authority is committed to maintain a high level of safety oversight system in Sudan as well as support the development of acceptable safety oversight systems in the region.
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Score: 549956.05 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...dan%20-%20SSC%20experience.pdf
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#JournalistsToo: 73 % of women journalists participating in UNESCO/ICFJ survey have experienced online violence in the course of their work Skip to main content Toggle navigation Building peace in the minds of men and women Member states Staff Search form Search Search English English Français Español Main shared menu In brief Introducing UNESCO Mission and Mandate UNESCO House Strategic Transformation Portal Who's Who? (...) Initial results from the survey show that: 73% of women journalists participating in the survey say they have experienced online violence in the course of their work, including threats of physical and sexual violence, along with digital security attacks.   20% of women journalists who responded to the survey say they have been abused and attacked offline in connection with online violence targeting them. (...) The session will feature Carole Cadwalladr, Ranna Ayyub and Ferial Haffajee, three journalists who have experienced and fought back against online hate. To attend the session, register for the event  here . 
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Score: 549956.05 - https://en.unesco.org/news/jou...rvey-have-experienced-online-0
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PORT MORESBY, 20 MAY 2020 - The COVID-19 crisis has prompted an urgent expansion of a counselling helpline used to provide support to people experiencing gender-based violence in Papua New Guinea (PNG).  (...) Located in Port Moresby, helpline counsellors trained by ChildFund provide immediate counselling and referral services for anyone in Papua New Guinea experiencing gender-based violence via a freephone number available nationally.  (...) “The expanded Helpline services will give it a broader role and wider reach: not only will it be providing counselling for those experiencing domestic violence, but also vital health advice around COVID-19 and referring callers to national health services where necessary. 
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Score: 549956.05 - https://www.unicef.org/png/pre...xpand-during-covid-19-pandemic
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The  study , published on Wednesday in The Lancet - an influential peer-reviewed science journal -  was carried out in Ghana, Guinea, Myanmar and Nigeria, and found that 42 percent of the 2,016 women observed had experienced physical or verbal abuse, stigma or discrimination during labour and childbirth.  (...) Some 14 percent of women experienced physical abuse in the form of being slapped, hit or punched, while others experienced non-consensual caesarean sections, and episiotiomies (surgical cuts to the vagina during childbirth) and vaginal examinations.  (...) Some 752 (38 per cent) of the women in the study experienced some form of verbal abuse, whether being shouted at, scolded or mocked.
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Score: 549956.05 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2019/10/1048842
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“It is crucial that the needs of communities experiencing social disintegration are urgently tackled before the tipping point is reached, beyond which effective action becomes impossible,” said Hamid Ghodse, President of the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB), on the release of the board’s annual report . (...) “Although it will be a challenge to meet the needs of these communities experiencing social disintegration and drug problems, the consequences of failure are too high for society and should be avoided at all costs,” Mr. (...) narcotics | drugs | INCB Related Stories Graft plagues global anti-narcotics efforts – UN panel Experienced academic chosen to head UN anti-narcotics panel UN anti-drug conference offers ‘opportunity to chart a better and balanced path’ forward – UN chief News Tracker: Past Stories on This Issue Graft plagues global anti-narcotics efforts – UN panel 2 March 2011 Law and Crime Prevention Corruption is a major impediment in combating illicit drug trafficking, the independent United Nations body tasked with monitoring the production and consumption of narcotics worldwide said today in its annual report, while also warning that the production of synthetic stimulants is growing.
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Score: 549956.05 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2012/02/404952
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12 Top 26 Preliminary Findings Manifestations of online violence 1 Nearly three quarters (73%)7 of our survey respondents identifying as women said they had experienced online violence. 2 Threats of physical violence (identified by 25% of survey respondents) including death threats, and sexual violence (identified by 18%) also plagued the women journalists we interviewed. And these threats radiated: 13% of survey respondents and many interviewees said they had received threats of violence against those close to them, including children and infants. 3 One-fifth (20%)8 of survey respondents identifying as women said they had been attacked or abused offline in connection with online violence they had experienced. A similar proportion of our interviewees also experienced offline abuse associated with online attacks, including the subjects of both of our big data case studies. 4 Racism, religious bigotry, sectarianism, ableism9, homophobia and transphobia intersect with misogyny and sexism to produce significantly heightened exposure and deeper impacts for women experiencing multiple forms of discrimination concurrently, as evidenced by our survey respondents and interviewees, and detailed in our big data case study on Maria Ressa. 5 Black, Indigenous, Jewish, Arab and lesbian women journalists participating in our survey and interviews experienced both the highest rates and most severe impacts of online violence. 6 Online violence against women journalists verges from large-scale attacks or extreme threats at a moment in time, through to the slow burn of networked gaslighting, which involves constant lower level abuse. 7 Expressed as a percentage of 625 woman-identifying respondents who answered this question. 8 Expressed as a percentage of 596 woman-identifying journalists who responded to the question. 9 Discrimination in favour of able-bodied people i.e. those who do not have disabilities. 13 Impacts of online violence 7 Physical threats associated with online violence caused 13% of women survey respondents to increase their physical security; 4% said that they had missed work due to particular concerns about the attacks moving offline and resulting in physical violence.
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Score: 549805.9 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...t/files/the-chilling_top26.pdf
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In Iraq, experienced engineers serving as UN Volunteers are helping refugees return home Skip to main content Zoom MENU Region menu Donate UVP log-in Regions en down en fr es UNV Regional Websites UNV works in 150 countries and territories, deploying UN Volunteers to advance sustainable development at grassroots level. (...) Fifteen UN Volunteers, all experienced engineers, are collaborating with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Iraq to help support the huge reconstruction effort needed in the country. (...) Fifteen UN Volunteers, all experienced engineers, are collaborating with UNDP Iraq to help support the huge reconstruction effort needed in the country.
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Score: 549805.9 - https://www.unv.org/Success-st...e-helping-refugees-return-home
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