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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON THE EFFECTS OF FOREIGN DEBT AND OTHER RELATED INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS OF STATES ON THE FULL ENJOYMENT OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, PARTICULARLY ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, CEPHAS LUMINA : ADDENDUM
In addition, most creditors have continued to record debt relief as official development assistance (ODA), inflating aid figures and thereby presenting an incorrect picture of the amount of actual aid that can contribute to poverty reduction. Significantly, debt relief has not been accompanied by fresh additional ODA. 26. (...) The overarching objective of the plan, which also serves as the common framework for the Government and its partners in the realization of the Millennium Development Goals, is to contribute to the improvement of the general 30 See IMF, Letter of Intent, (see footnote 27), pp. 42-53. 31 Basic education is defined as primary and secondary education. (...) The effective delivery of quality education has been hampered by several factors, including poor infrastructure, shortage of human and financial resources, underqualified teachers, poor salaries (which are irregularly paid), widespread corruption, lack of transparency and poor management of funds.37 An additional factor is the division of responsibility for education among a number of ministries, leading to lack of coordination and dispersal of already low levels of expertise.38 Educational planning is also hampered by deficits in the baseline data about the present state of the education system.
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Puntuación: 782045.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/20/23/ADD.2&Lang=S
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REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS, WALTER KALIN : ADDENDUM
La lucha contra la impunidad, la exigencia de responsabilidades a los autores de las infracciones y el fin de las luchas en las zonas civiles son factores de capital importancia para impedir nuevos desplazamientos. (...) More sustained missions, the eventual redeployment of staff to the regions and strengthened links with monitoring and protection networks are essential to identify and contribute to addressing serious human rights concerns more systematically, including those related to alleged violations of international human rights and humanitarian law in Mogadishu and other parts of the central and southern regions of Somalia. (...) Activities to strengthen and ensure respect for the rule of law and to enhance access to justice for victims are needed to contribute to the creation of an environment that does not accept impunity as a reality.
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Puntuación: 782045.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/13/21/ADD.2&Lang=S
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, ITS CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES, RASHIDA MANJOO :ADDENDUM
The payment of the dowry, along clan lines and not directly to the family, is another factor that increases such practices. The custom of polygamy may also encourage men to marry several women in order to use them for income generation. 24. (...) The Special Rapporteur was informed of plans to deploy women’s protection advisers within the UNPOS Human Rights Unit10 to monitor, document, report and respond to sexual violence-related violations and protection concerns. This could contribute to providing proper statistics to inform policies and programmes aimed at the eradication of violence against women.
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Puntuación: 782045.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/20/16/ADD.3&Lang=S
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RESPONSES TO THE SET OF QUESTIONS REGARDING POLICIES, EXPERIENCES AND PRACTICES IN THE USE OF SPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FOR GLOBAL HEALTH
El objetivo es proporcionar datos con base empírica en los que sustentar la elaboración de modelos y mapas de riesgos, principalmente en relación con el desarrollo de indicadores de A/AC.105/C.1/117/Add.2 3/9 V.19-11327 determinantes ambientales relacionados con los factores de riesgo de la enfe rmedad de Lyme y las enfermedades transmitidas por mosquitos. (...) El proyecto tiene el objetivo más amplio de utilizar los datos del satélite en combinación con la información ambiental y los factores de riesgo obtenidos de distintas fuentes. (...) • La Agencia Espacial del Canadá y el Organismo de Salud Pública del Canadá están colaborando en la elaboración de un informe, que dirigen conjuntamente, sobre las posibilidades que ofrece la observación de la tierra en relación con la salud pública, titulado “The potential for Earth observation to contribute to public health practice: current activities, challenges and opportunities”.
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Puntuación: 781742.77 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...A/AC.105/C.1/117/ADD.2 &Lang=S
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LETTER DATED 29 JUNE 2020 FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVES OF THE MEMBERS OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Encourages all relevant United Nations agencies, as well as bilateral, regional and multilateral partners to provide the necessary support to contribute to the implementation of the Agreement by the Malian parties, in particular its provisions pertaining to sustainable development; Situation in Central Mali 13. (...) Expresses its full support to the continuation of the implementation of MINUSMA’s adaptation plan, and encourages Member states to contribute to the plan by providing the capabilities needed for its success, particularly air assets; 24. (...) Further authorizes MINUSMA, without impeding on its capacity to implement its priority tasks, to use its existing capacities to assist in implementing the following other tasks in a streamlined and sequenced manner, bearing in mind that priority and secondary tasks are mutually reinforcing: S/2020/613 12/18 20-08599 (a) Quick impact projects To contribute to the creation of a secure environment for quick impact projects in direct support to the implementation of the Agreement in the North or in response to specific needs in the Centre on the basis of strong conflict analysis; (b) Cooperation with Sanctions Committees To assist and exchange information with the Sanctions Committee and the Panel of experts established by resolution 2374 (2017) and to ensure that its activities in Mali are consistent with efforts to promote the implementation of the sanctions measures set forth in this resolution; To assist the 1267/1989/2253 ISIL (Da’esh) and Al-Qaida Sanctions Committee and the Analytical Support and Sanctions Monitoring Team established by resolution 1526 (2004), including by passing information relevant to the implementation of the measures in paragraph 1 of resolution 2368 (2017); Other security presences in Mali and the Sahel region 30.
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Puntuación: 780373.24 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=S/2020/613&Lang=S
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REPORT ON THE WORK OF THE AD HOC WORKING GROUP OF THE WHOLE ON THE REGULAR PROCESS FOR GLOBAL REPORTING AND ASSESSMENT OF THE STATE OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT, INCLUDING SOCIOECONOMIC ASPECTS :LETTER DATED 11 OCTOBER 2021 FROM THE CO-CHAIRS OF THE AD HOC WORKING GROUP OF THE WHOLE ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
A/76/391 21-14229 15/25 (j) To propose arrangements for approval by the Bureau for the peer review of the draft of any assessment(s) or other output; (k) In the light of the comments from the peer review, to agree on a final text of any assessment(s) or other output for submission through its Bureau to the Ad Hoc Working Group of the Whole, and to present that text to the Ad Hoc Working Group of the Whole; (l) To provide input with regard to other activities taking place during the third cycle of the Regular Process, including the development and implementation of the capacity-building programme and the outreach and engagement strategy, as appropriate; (m) To promote engagement among bodies which can contribute to marine assessment, including United Nations agencies, bodies, funds and programmes, other intergovernmental organizations, relevant non-governmental organizations, academic institutions, the scientific community, private-sector bodies and philanthropic organizations, as appropriate; (n) To perform any other tasks assigned to it by the Ad Hoc Working Group of the Whole. (...) Mandate National focal points will, inter alia, facilitate the nomination of experts to the Pool of Experts, promote the exchange and dissemination of information, raise awareness regarding matters relevant to the Regular Process, provide assistance to the organization of workshops and other activities in support of the Regular Process, and contribute to the overall functioning of the Regular Process. (...) A/76/391 21-14229 19/25 The tasks of national focal points include: (a) To facilitate the process of nominating experts to the Pool of Experts, including by: (i) Reaching out to relevant government agencies, national scientific institutions, and other organizations working in ocean-related topics to secure qualified experts to contribute to the preparation of the assessments under the Regular Process, with due regard for gender balance; (ii) Identifying potential experts to fill identified gaps in expertise and reaching out to secure their nominations; (iii) Working to simplify and streamline nomination procedures at the national level in order to reduce delays in nominating experts; (iv) Receiving recommendations of national experts from intergovernmental organizations, non-governmental organizations and others, via the secretariat, for consideration of nomination, and responding in due time; (b) To ensure that their contact details and those of the experts nominated by their State to the Pool of Experts are kept up-to-date in the databases maintained by the secretariat of the Regular Process (c) To promote the exchange and dissemination of information between the Regular Process and stakeholders at the national level, including by: (i) Sharing information received regarding the activities of the Regular Process with stakeholders at the national level; (ii) Sharing information from the national level relevant to the Regular Process (e.g. national and regional assessments related to the marine environment, scientific papers, information regarding relevant activit ies taking place) with the secretariat of the Regular Process; (iii) Contributing to the identification and sharing of information on capacity - building needs and/or opportunities; (iv) Contributing to the development of an outreach and engagement stra tegy for the Regular Process, by providing input upon request regarding national needs and experiences; (d) To raise awareness regarding the Regular Process and promote its outputs at the national level, including by: (i) Sharing information products (e.g., brochures, documents, infographics, posters, videos) related to the Regular Process and its outputs with stakeholders at the national level; (ii) Holding presentations on the Regular Process to stakeholders at the national level, using materials prepared by the secretariat of the Regular Process; (iii) Promoting the World Ocean Assessments at the national level; (iv) Answering questions regarding the Regular Process from stakeholders at the national level and sharing the nature of requests for information with the secretariat of the Regular Process, to aid in the development of standard responses; (v) Providing support to the implementation of the outreach and engagement strategy, upon request and as appropriate, at the national level; A/76/391 20/25 21-14229 (e) To provide assistance in the organization of workshops and other activities in support of the Regular Process, including by: (i) Sharing information regarding the holding of workshops and other activities with stakeholders at the national level; (ii) Nominating experts for participation in workshops and other activities, with due regard for gender balance; (iii) Assisting in the organization of regional workshops, as required; (iv) Disseminating information regarding the outcomes of workshops and other activities at the national level; (v) Providing input for the development and implementation of the capacity - building programme, upon request; (f) To contribute to the overall functioning of the Regular Process, including by: (i) Providing feedback regarding the processes in place; (ii) Providing input for the development of mechanisms, strategies, processes and templates, upon request; (iii) Coordinating participation by stakeholders at the national level in processes and activities conducted in relation to the Regular Process, as appropriate; (iv) Sharing lessons learned and best practices relevant to the Regular Process; (g) To collaborate with other national focal points and focal points of intergovernmental entities, as appropriate, including by: (i) Developing regional or subregional networks of focal points; (ii) Jointly developing information materials in other languages for dissemination at the national levels; (iii) Maintaining exchanges and cooperating with national focal points to other organizations and processes that may have useful insights or experiences that might benefit the Regular Process.
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Puntuación: 780373.24 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/76/391&Lang=S
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ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS : PREVENTION OF DISCRIMINATION : SPECIFIC HUMAN RIGHTS ISSUES : WRITTEN SUBMISSION /BY THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
The potential of human rights to contribute to the practice of public health, and to more equitable health outcomes, is increasingly understood and recognized by policy-makers and practitioners alike. (...) This review aims to contribute to deeper understanding of HIV/AIDS-related stigma and discrimination in the health services. (...) Both of these landmark events and their programmes of action clearly emphasised the need for promoting gender equity and equality, as well as the promotion and protection of human rights in the area of women’s health. WHO’s work contributes to the goals of these programmes of action, and we carry out a number of specific projects to promote gender equality and human rights.
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Puntuación: 780086.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...DS=E/CN.4/SUB.2/2004/45&Lang=S
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FCCC/SBSTA/200
Empirical experience indicates that small scale AR projects contribute to preservation of local and indigenous land tenures and farming systems. (...) The decentralized implementation of small scale AR projects significantly contributes to improvement of microclimate of degraded lands and catchments. These projects also contribute to the restoration of soil productivity of degraded lands without involving direct market payments for soil carbon as monitoring and measurement of changes in the soil carbon is excluded under the simplified methodologies.
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Puntuación: 780086.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...FCCC/SBSTA/2007/MISC.19&Lang=S
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VISIT TO CANADA :REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE IMPLICATIONS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS OF THE ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND MANAGEMENT AND DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES AND WASTES
Chronic exposure to various hazardous substances in Canada contributes tremendously to premature deaths and numerous diseases and disabilities. (...) An opportunity for taking corrective action has been presented through the review of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, which could mandate ministers to establish binding caps on ambient air pollution and enact regulations to safeguard water quality.28 This would contribute towards addressing acute air pollution in hotspots. (...) While health care is available and accessible to many in Canada, it can reduce individuals’ motivation to pursue judicial remedies, which artificially lowers recorded incidences and does not contribute to improvements in prevention or accountability.
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Puntuación: 779505.86 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/45/12/ADD.1&Lang=S
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE SALE OF CHILDREN, CHILD PROSTITUTION AND CHILD PORNOGRAPHY ON HER VISIT TO JAPAN : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Consumerism acts as a pull factor for sexual exploitation of children, for example, in “JK business”. (...) The campaign included a poster by the National Police Agency calling upon school-aged girls to promise not to contribute to child pornography and prostitution. (...) Information and communications technology companies in Japan actively contribute to the fight against child sexual abuse and exploitation online by providing funding, know- how and technology.
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Puntuación: 779316.55 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/31/58/ADD.1&Lang=S
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