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Livelihood support rejuvenates the activities of farmers affected by the Ebola outbreak | FAO in Sierra Leone | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org FAO in Sierra Leone FAO in Sierra Leone Programmes and projects News Resources Partners Success stories Project list Livelihood support rejuvenates the activities of farmers affected by the Ebola outbreak The declaration of the end of the Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone brought relief to the government and citizens, after a 72 week-long outbreak that has caused over 3 500 deaths and disrupted economic and livelihood activities.
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Score: 1171057.4 - https://www.fao.org/sierra-leo...cted-by-the-ebola-outbreak/en/
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 Page 61 - ITU Journal Future and evolving technologies Volume 2 (2021), Issue 4 – AI and machine learning solutions in 5G and future networks           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 61 - ITU Journal Future and evolving technologies Volume 2 (2021), Issue 4 – AI and machine learning solutions in 5G and future networks P. 61 ITU Journal on Future and Evolving Technologies, Volume 2 (2021), Issue 4 [46] Dipanjan Das, Sandika Biswas, Sanjana Sinha, and [60] Ting‑Chun Wang, Ming‑Yu Liu, Jun‑Yan Zhu, An‑ Brojeshwar Bhowmick. “Speech‑Driven Facial An‑ drew Tao, Jan Kautz, and Bryan Catanzaro. (...) In: (2016). [51] K Prajwal, Rudrabha Mukhopadhyay, Vinay Nam‑ [65] facial keypoint detection. boodiri, and C Jawahar. (...) EL523 (2018); https://doi.org/10.1121/1.5042758. 2018. [57] Gary Storey, Ahmed Bouridane, Richard Jiang, and Chang‑Tsun Li. “Atypical Facial Landmark Localisa‑ [70] Houwei Cao, David Cooper, Michael Keutmann, tion with Stacked Hourglass Networks: A Study on Ruben Gur, Ani Nenkova, and Ragini Verma. 3D Facial Modelling for Medical Diagnosis”.
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Score: 1167279.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...4/files/basic-html/page61.html
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Seru Kepa/ UNDP Papua New Guinea “We must look forward at the opportunities for rejuvenation rather than return. In other words, we must seize the opportunity to broaden Papua New Guinea’s economy away from a dependence on extractives and towards ‘greener’ options,” said Mr Wagener, at the annual business event in celebration of International MSME Day, with the Prime Minister Hon. (...) “UNDP is proud to be working extensively with MSMEs in Papua New Guinea in recognising their potential to drive change by working to empower women and better engage with youth.” ( Read Full Speech ) “We must look forward at the opportunities for rejuvenation rather than return. In other words, we must seize the opportunity to broaden Papua New Guinea’s economy away from a dependence on extractives and towards ‘greener’ options,” UNDP Resident Representative, Mr.
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Score: 1158281 - https://www.undp.org/papua-new...pportunity-greener-economy-png
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134th Inter Parliamentary Union Assembly: Rejuvenating Democracy, Giving Voice to Youth General Assembly Statement Namakando Simamuna; Representative of the Adolescent and Youth Constituency, Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health I wish to express my sincere gratitude for the ambitious tone that the IPU has set to promote rejuvenating democracy and giving voice to youth.
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Score: 1158281 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/media/events/2016/ipu.pdf
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 20 APRIL 2016 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF BANGLADESH TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
And we can start rejuvenating democracy today by giving voice to youth. Citizens of all ages have a role to play in rejuvenating democracy. However, young people are now the majority of the world population. (...) It is our duty to rejuvenate democracy to meet the needs and aspirations of future generations.
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Score: 1154272.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=A/70/888/REV.1&Lang=E
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Facebook Twitter Print Email Digital tools being used to track people as never before, warns UN rights chief 25 June 2020 Human Rights The internet and new digital tools are being manipulated as never before to infringe on people’s right to free assembly, the UN’s top rights official said on Thursday, in a call for a moratorium on the use of facial recognition technology during peaceful demonstrations. (...) This year, people in thousands of cities worldwide took to the streets in the wake of the death in the U.S. of George Floyd, whose death on 25 May in Minneapolis was captured on video, while a police officer knelt on his neck for over eight minutes. More facial recognition In a worrying development, more States are increasingly using facial recognition technology to identify protesters, “sometimes in real time”, said OHCHR’s Peggy Hicks, Director of Thematic Engagement. (...) These risks we know are substantially greater for women and people of colour, raising the likelihood that facial recognition technology may perpetuate and amplify discrimination.”
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Score: 1153718.1 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2020/06/1067112
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David Cunningham TRIAL CHAMBER II ("Trial Chamber") of the International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991 ("the Tribunal"): BEING SEISED OF the "Prosecution’s Sixteenth Motion for Protective Measures for Victims and Witnesses" ("Motion"), filed confidentially by the Office of the Prosecutor ("Prosecution") on 9 May 2003 in which the Prosecution seeks protective measures for one witness, namely BT-64, who is to testify at trial and whose name is identified in the Motion; NOTING that this witness was listed in the "Prosecution’s Eleventh Motion for Protective Measures for Victims and Witnesses", filed confidentially on 26 June 2002, as a Rule 92  bis witness, but that the Prosecution now intends to call this witness to present evidence orally before the Trial Chamber; NOTING that the protective measures sought are the assignment of a pseudonym and facial and voice distortion; NOTING that the Prosecution provides in the Motion as reasons for the request for protective measures the fact that the witness frequently travels to Republika Srpska where the witness has relatives and property, and that to disclose publicly the identity of the witness could threaten his or her security; NOTING the "Addendum to Prosecution’s Eleventh Motion for Protective Measures for Victims and Witnesses" ("Addendum"), filed confidentially by the Prosecution on 12 September 2002 and related to the security assessment in the Municipalities covered by the Indictment; NOTING the standing objections of Counsel for Radoslav Brdjanin ("Accused"), expressed during the hearings of 1 July 2002 1 and 22 November 2002, 2 to testimony being heard in closed session; NOTING that Counsel for the Accused does not object to the assignment of pseudonyms, facial and/or voice distortion; CONSIDERING the Trial Chamber’s duty to analyse the protective measures sought and determine their compatibility with the rights of the Accused, and the Trial Chamber’s duty to balance the right of the Accused to a public hearing against the need to accord appropriate protection to victims and witnesses; CONSIDERING that the protective measures requested strike an appropriate balance between the rights of the Accused and the protection of victims and witnesses; RECALLING that the relevant orders contained in paragraph 65 of the "Decision on Motion by Prosecution for Protective Measures", issued by the Trial Chamber on 3 July 2000, are not limited by date and continue in force throughout the proceedings or until further order; FOR THE FOREGOING REASONS PURSUANT TO Articles 20, 21 and 22 of the Statute of the Tribunal and to Rule 75 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence; HEREBY ORDERS THAT: The witness identified in the Motion as BT 64 shall be referred to by this pseudonym at all times in the course of his or her testimony or whenever referred to in the course of the proceedings whether during the hearing or in documents, including the transcript of the proceedings; The witness identified in the Motion as BT 64 shall testify with the use of screening from the public and the device of facial and voice distortion shall be used in relation to the audio-visual recording and transmission of the testimony of that witness; All hearings to consider the issue of protective measures of this witness shall be held in closed session, and edited records and transcripts of the said session(s) shall be released to the public after review by the Office of the Prosecutor in consultation with the Victims and Witnesses Section; The name, address, whereabouts of and identifying information of this witness shall be sealed and not included in any of the public records of the International Tribunal; To the extent the name, address, whereabouts of, or other identifying data concerning this witness is contained in existing public documents of the Tribunal, that information shall be expunged from those documents; The public and the media shall not photograph, video-record, sketch or in any other manner record or reproduce images of this witness while he or she is in the precincts of the International Tribunal.
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Score: 1151104.1 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/brdanin/tdec/en/030520.htm
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Le rapport fournit notamment des informations détaillées sur l'utilisation de la technologie de reconnaissance faciale, qui permet l'identification, la surveillance et le suivi automatisés des manifestants. (...) En outre, la technologie de reconnaissance faciale risque de perpétuer et d'amplifier la discrimination, notamment à l'encontre des personnes d'ascendance africaine et d'autres minorités. (...) La technologie de reconnaissance faciale dans le cadre de manifestations pacifiques devrait faire l'objet d'un moratoire, jusqu'à ce que les États remplissent certaines conditions, y compris la diligence voulue en matière de droits de l'homme, avant de pouvoir être utilisée.
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Score: 1149442.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/fr/2020/...-protest-bachelet-tells-states
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Un aspecto que el informe destaca particularmente es el uso de la tecnología de reconocimiento facial, que permite la identificación, la vigilancia y el seguimiento automáticos de los manifestantes. (...) Además, la tecnología de reconocimiento facial puede también perpetuar y potenciar la discriminación, incluso en perjuicio de los afrodescendientes y otras minorías. (...) “El reconocimiento facial no debería aplicarse en este contexto de protestas pacíficas sin las salvaguardas esenciales relativas a la transparencia, la protección de datos y la supervisión”. 
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Score: 1149442.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/es/2020/...-protest-bachelet-tells-states
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The Committee may wish to indicate that it is incumbent upon States to demonstrate the use of facial recognition technologies on people participating in demonstration is necessary and proportionate. (...) EU Agency for Fundamental Rights, Facial recognition technology: fundamental rights considerations in the context of law enforcement (2020), page 30. EU Agency for Fundamental Rights, Facial recognition technology: fundamental rights considerations in the context of law enforcement (2020), page 21.
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Score: 1144638.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de.../GCArticle21/TESPRDD_OHCHR.doc
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