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Faites un don Votre contribution Devenez partenaire Passez à l’action Portez-vous volontaire Restez informé(e) Enseigner aux réfugiés L’enseignement de la thématique des réfugiés Recherche UNHCR Recherche UNHCR Fermer la recherche   Accueil Les couturiers réfugiés se sont orientés vers la fabrication de masques et d’équipements de protection Près de trois semaines après que le Kenya a confirmé son premier cas de coronavirus le 13 mars dernier, le gouvernement a publié une directive obligeant tous les habitants à porter des masques de protection faciale dans les lieux publics. Du jour au lendemain, les masques en tissu réutilisables sont devenus l’accessoire le plus convoité du pays. 5 Mai 2020 Un tailleur réfugié fabrique des masques de protection faciale au Samir's Design Shop_One dans le camp de Kakuma au Kenya. (...) Il a également donné des masques de protection faciale aux réfugiés et aux habitants de la région qui n’avaient pas les moyens d’en acheter dans sa boutique. « Nous vivons dans une communauté avec de nombreux autres réfugiés et il sera difficile de dire qui a le virus et qui ne l’a pas », a déclaré Samir. « La distanciation sociale n’est tout simplement pas possible dans les camps. (...) Comme de plus en plus de pays conseillent ou demandent à leurs citoyens de porter des masques de protection faciale pour freiner la propagation du coronavirus, des tailleurs et des artisans réfugiés à travers le monde entier intensifient leur aide: Fatouma, une réfugiée malienne, utilise une machine à coudre pour fabriquer des masques de protection faciale dans un atelier à Niamey. © HCR Un réfugié fabrique des équipements de protection personnels dans l'entreprise sociale malaisienne Earth Heir. © Earth Heir Rachid Ibrahim, un tailleur syrien qui vit maintenant à Seddiner See près de Potsdam en Allemagne, coud des masques pour soutenir sa communauté locale dans la lutte contre le coronavirus. © HCR / Fatima Ibrahim Partager sur Facebook Partager sur Twitter   Consultez également Je n’ai jamais baissé les bras car l’éducation, c’est « mon premier mari » Une initiative lancée par un réfugié permet de fournir de l’énergie propre aux résidents d’un camp au Kenya H&M fait don de vêtements aux personnes contraintes de fuir À propos Activités Situations d’urgence Actualités & médias Campagnes Que pouvez-vous faire ?
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Score: 1144638.6 - https://www.unhcr.org/be/29313...equipements-de-protection.html
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THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY IN THE DIGITAL AGE :REPORT OF THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
Live facial recognition technology permits real-time identification of individuals, as well as their targeted surveillance and tracking. (...) Recording, analysing and retaining facial images of individuals without their consent constitute interference with their right to privacy. By deploying facial recognition technology in public spaces, which requires the collection and processing of facial images of all persons captured on camera, such interference is occurring on a mass and indiscriminate scale.90 45.
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Score: 1144046.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=A/HRC/51/17&Lang=E
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By memorandum of 9 June 2021, CCU/UNOG informed the Applicant that DHMOSH had reviewed his claim for compensation due to facial scarring and determined that he had sustained no PLF due to facial scarring resulting from the incident. (...) DHMOSH’s determination on PLF for facial scarring falls within a medical assessment of the Applicant’s claim. 62. (...) Based on DHMOSH’s determination that the Applicant had sustained no PLF due to facial scarring, the ABCC did not consider the Applicant’s claim any further.
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Score: 1142660.45 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2022-097.pdf
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Accordingly, the Chamber grants P-1167 in-court protective measures in the form of the use of a pseudonym, facial and voice distortion, as well as use of private sessions and closed sessions. 2. (...) Accordingly, the Chamber grants P-2161 in-court protective measures in the form of the use of a pseudonym, facial and voice distortion, as well as use of private sessions and closed sessions. 3. (...) Accordingly, the Chamber grants P-2563 in-court protective measures in the form of the use of a pseudonym, facial and voice distortion, as well as use of private sessions and closed sessions. 4.
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Score: 1142648 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/...rtRecords/0902ebd180264719.pdf
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Live capturing image systems for following purposes are also welcomed: for border inspection process working under environmentally harsh conditions; and/or for children’s application and/or border inspection. 3. Facial Matching Algorithms Algorithms that can be used to verify facial images at travel document application or border control. (...) Photo Quality Assessment Systems Assessment systems that can be utilized to judge whether a facial photo submitted by travel document applicants is compliant with the photo specifications provided in ICAO Doc 9303 and appropriate ISO standards. 5. Image Manipulation Detection Systems Image manipulation detection systems that can be utilized for inspection of submitted facial photos by travel document applicants in order to prevent attacks such as morphing. 6.
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Score: 1140467.8 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...014-RFI-GeneralInformation.pdf
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WRITTEN SUBMISSION BY THE STATE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM: EQUALITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION (EHRC) AND THE NORTHERN IRELAND HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION (NIHRC) - NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
Policing, data retention, and facial recognition technology Following EHRC’s submission to the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Privacy, the ECtHR has ruled on Catt v the United Kingdom.19 The ECtHR found that the UK Government violated the right to privacy (Article 8 ECHR) of the applicant and while there was a pressing need to collect the personal data about the applicant, there was no pressing need to retain it. (...) The use of automated facial recognition in policing, and its impact on privacy rights, has become an increasing concern in recent years. In August 2020, the Court of Appeal found that there were ‘fundamental deficiencies’ in the legal framework governing the use of automated facial recognition, and that its use was in breach of the right to privacy (Article 8 ECHR), the Data Protection Act 2018 and the Public Sector Equality Duty.20 The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has previously stated21 that data protection law sets high standards in relation to the use of Live Facial Recognition (LFR) in a law enforcement context and when used in public places.
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Score: 1139455.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=A/HRC/47/NI/2&Lang=E
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Such investigative methods as Facial Recognition; Gait analysis present new challenges that warrant scrutiny. Facial Recognition has been the subject of significant legal debate in England and further abroad. (...) Whether these databases are for fingerprints, DNA, facial images or other data, it has now been established that there should be a presumption in favour of deletion of such information unless cause can be shown to retain it.
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Score: 1133583.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...h-human-rights-commission.docx
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UNICEF/Syria/2020/Kaisanieh Muhannad, 18, and Fatima, 17, are trainees on a sewing course in the UNICEF-supported youth center in Jaramana, Rural Damascus, participating in a social initiative aiming to produce 5000 facial masks for children and families. “I dropped out of school in Grade 6 and since then I haven’t done anything with my life. (...) Ahmad, 18 UNICEF/Syria/2020/Kaisanieh Ahmed, 18, trainee in a sewing course in a UNICEF supported youth center in Jaramana/Rural Damascus, while participating in a social initiative aiming to produce 5000 facial masks. A few weeks ago, as restrictions eased, the centre reopened its door while adhering to precautionary measures including daily sterilization of the centre, a reduction in the number of trainees per classroom, strict physical distancing and wearing masks. (...) UNICEF/Syria/2020/Kaisanieh Majd, 17, is one of the trainees on a sewing course in the UNICEF-supported youth center in Jaramana, Rural Damascus, participating in a social initiative aiming to produce 5000 facial masks for children and families. “I dropped out of school in Grade 8 and worked as a waiter in a small restaurant to support my family, but I felt like I wasn’t going anywhere.
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Score: 1133583.5 - https://www.unicef.org/syria/s...covid-19-children-and-families
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Esta emissão filatélica é composta por dois selos, um deles com o valor facial de 0,53€ e outro com o valor facial de 0,91€.
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Score: 1132839.1 - www.ilo.org/lisbon/sala...WCMS_733278/lang--pt/index.htm
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Esta emissão filatélica é composta por dois selos, um deles com o valor facial de 0,53€ e outro com o valor facial de 0,91€.
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Score: 1132839.1 - https://www.ilo.org/lisbon/sal...WCMS_733278/lang--pt/index.htm
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