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The Fact-Finding Mission presented a follow-up report on 28 March 2022. (...) The Fact - Finding Mission presented a follow - up report on 28 March 2022 . (...) The Fact-Finding Mission presented a follow-up report on 28 March 2022.
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COVID-19 child and family tracker: Findings | UNICEF Nepal Skip to main content Nepal Toggle navigation English नेपाली Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Nepal Explore UNICEF About Us Contact us Children in Nepal How and where we work Invest in every child Our Partners Parenting Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Report COVID-19 child and family tracker: Findings Tracking the socio-economic impact of COVID-19 on children and families in Nepal UNICEF Nepal/2019/PShrestha Highlights These documents present the findings of a series of periodic household surveys tracking the socio-economic multi-sectoral impact of COVID 19 on children and families in Nepal. (...) Suggested citation : United Nations Children’s Fund, Child and Family Tracker (CFT) , UNICEF, Kathmandu, Nepal, April 2022   Available for download - April 2022 summary - April 2022 findings - Assessing the Secondary Effects of COVID on Families and Children In Nepal - Child and Family Tracker Endline Report - November 2021 findings - Child and Family Tracker - ECDI Survey - August 2021 - Child and Family Tracker special edition: Ward level survey of mayors - July 2021 - Continuing children's education in Nepal during the COVID-19 pandemic - July 2021 findings - Special Survey on Public Health and Social Measures - June 2021 - Rapid Survey on Job and Additional Income Loss - Preliminary findings - January 2021 findings - December 2020 findings - October 2020 findings - August 2020 findings - July 2020 findings -  Baseline findings Author(s) UNICEF Nepal Publication date June 2021 Languages English Download Options Available options Child and Family Tracker - April 2022 - Summary Child and Family Tracker - April 2022 Secondary Effects of COVID on Children and Families - CFT Endline Report COVID-19 child and family tracker - November 2021 findings Child and Family Tracker - ECDI Survey - August 2021 Child and Family Tracker special edition: Ward level survey of mayors - July 2021 Continuing children's education in Nepal during the COVID-19 pandemic COVID-19 child and family tracker - Special Survey on Public Health and Safety Measures COVID-19 child and family tracker - July 2021 findings COVID-19 child and family tracker - Rapid Survey on Job and Additional Income loss - Preliminary findings COVID-19 child and family tracker - January 2021 findings COVID-19 child and family tracker - December 2020 findings COVID-19 child and family tracker - October 2020 findings COVID-19 child and family tracker - July 2020 findings COVID-19 child and family tracker - August 2020 findings COVID-19 child and family tracker: Baseline findings Download file (PDF, 301,28 KB) (PDF, 10,26 MB) (PDF, 1,98 MB) (PDF, 10,21 MB) (PDF, 876,15 KB) (PDF, 1,32 MB) (PDF, 4,88 MB) (PDF, 1,24 MB) (PDF, 2,01 MB) (PDF, 1,13 MB) (PDF, 3,72 MB) (PDF, 2,81 MB) (PDF, 1,04 MB) (PDF, 936,69 KB) (PDF, 1,32 MB) (PDF, 1,44 MB) Related topics Social policy Nepal More to explore Article A village on the rise Education – particularly that of young girls – is helping to bring change to the marginalized Chamar Basti in southern Nepal Read the story Press release 20 July 2018 Increased Investment For Children Needed Today To Ensure That Nepal Reaps Its Demographic Dividends Visit the page Footer UNICEF Home Children in Nepal Invest in every child What we do About Us How and where we work Career Procurement Stories UNICEF South Asia UNICEF Publications UNICEF Data Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Slide 1 iERG 2012 report: findings, conclusions, recommendations 1 Name The iERG 2012 report: Findings Recommendations Conclusions Prof. (...) Devise a global investment framework for women’s and children’s health. iERG 2012 report: findings, conclusions, recommendations iERG 2012 recommendations: 3. (...) Accelerate the uptake and evaluation of eHealth and mHealth technologies. iERG 2012 report: findings, conclusions, recommendations iERG 2012 recommendations: 5.
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Score: 421182.9 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/abou...13-2012_item5a_ierg_report.pdf
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Find out more IIED Turning up the volume financial aggregation for off-grid energy. (...) Find out more ESMAP Funding the Sun: New Paradigms for Financing Off-Grid Solar Companies. (...) Find out more Climate Bonds Initiative Green Securitisation: unlocking finance for small-scale low carbon projects.
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Score: 420798.44 - https://www.undp.org/climate-a...platform/cap-knowledge-library
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For reasons set out in the Judgement, the Appeals Chamber concludes that the Trial Chamber’s findings — with the exception of overturned findings referenced above — as well as the evidence relied upon support a finding that a reasonable trier of fact could have concluded beyond reasonable doubt that Mr. (...) In addition, the Appeals Chamber finds that the Trial Chamber erred in fact in finding that Mr. (...) On the basis of the remaining upheld findings of the Trial Chamber, the Appeals Chamber finds that the aforementioned errors do not impact the Trial Chamber's conclusion on Mr.
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Score: 420147.56 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/z...cm/acjug/en/160630_summary.pdf
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Marzuki Darusman (Indonesia), Chair of the Fact-Finding Mission Ms. Radhika Coomaraswamy (Sri Lanka), Member Mr. (...) Marzuki Darusman, Chairperson of the Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on Myanmar, to the Security Council, 8381st meeting 24 October 2018  Press Briefing by Yanghee Lee, Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Myanmar and Marzuki Darusman, Chair of the UN Fact-finding Mission in Myanmar 24 October 2018  VIDEO FOOTAGE: Fact-finding Mission in Cox’s Bazar, 17-18 July 2018 Video Transcript For further information about the Fact-finding Mission, please contact: myanmarffm@ohchr.org - Information Sheet: International Crimes   Statements Statement to the 42nd session of the Human Rights Council by Marzuki Darusman, Chair of the Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on Myanmar 17 September 2019 English Statement by Mr. (...) In a rare move, the UN’s Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on Myanmar returned to those communities and reported back to them. 03 June 2019 "The truth can be recovered" - the methodology behind fact-finding in Myanmar Human rights experts of the UN fact-finding mission on Myanmar reveal the methodology they used to assess the credibility of allegations against Myanmar authorities. 12 September 2018 Myanmar Fact Finding Mission: accounting for the gravest international crimes The Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on Myanmar found patterns of gross human rights violations and serious violations of international humanitarian law in Kachin, Rakhine and Shan States, amounting to the gravest crimes under international law.
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Score: 419943.07 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/hr-bodies/hrc/myanmar-ffm/index
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The mandate of the Fact-Finding Mission was extended by the Council on 6 October 2020 for an additional two years, until September 2022, through its resolution 45/20   Latest news Fact-Finding Mission on Venezuela concludes field visit near the border with Venezuela English | Español Fact-Finding Mission experts conclude ten-day mission to the United States of America, 9 March 2022 English  |  Español Death in Custody of General Baduel – Statement of the Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela 14 October 2021 English - Español Mandate To investigate gross violations of human rights, including extrajudicial executions, enforced disappearances, arbitrary detention, torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment, including those involving sexual and gender-based violence, committed since 2014; To help to combat impunity and ensure full accountability for perpetrators and justice for victims; To present oral updates on its work during an interactive dialogue at the 46 th and 49 th sessions of the Council; and, To prepare written reports on its findings to be presented to the Council during interactive dialogues at its 48 th and 51 st sessions. 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The Fact-Finding Mission further acknowledges the right to rectification of all persons identified in the Mission’s previous reports, and invite the persons concerned to submit all relevant information and/or documents to this effect.   Members Current Members Marta Valiñas (Chair) Francisco Cox Vial Patricia Tappatá Valdez Former Members Paul Seils Documentation Resolutions Human Rights Council resolution 45/20 : The situation of human rights in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela (mandate extension) 13 October 2020 Human Rights Council Resolution 42/45 : The situation of human rights in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela (Establishment of the mandate) 8 October 2019 Reports/Oral Updates 2022 : Oral Update: Statement by Marta Valiñas, Chair of the Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, at the 49 th session of the Human Rights Council 18 March 2022 English | Español 2021 : Report of the Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela (A/HRC/48/69) 16 September 2021 English | Español Detailed findings of the independent international fact-finding mission on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela (A/HRC/48/CRP.5) 16 September 2021 English | Español Facts and Figures - Report of the Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela 16 September 2021 English Oral Update: Statement by Marta Valiñas, Chairperson of the Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, at the 46 th session of the Human Rights Council 10 March 2021 English | Español 2020 : Report of the Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela (A/HRC/45/33) 25 September 2020 English | Español Detailed findings of the Independent International Fact Finding Mission on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela (A/HRC/45/CRP.11) 25 September 2020 English | Español Correspondence Correspondence of the Independent Fact-Finding Mission to the authorities of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela (2020-2022) Press Releases Venezuelan justice system plays a significant role in the State’s repression of government opponents 16 Septiembre 2021 English | Spanish Human Rights Council President appoints Patricia Tappatá Valdez of Argentina as new member of the Venezuela fact-finding mission 1 September 2021 English Council extends mandate of the Venezuela Fact-Finding Mission for two years, until September 2022 6 october 2020 English | Français Venezuela: UN report urges accountability for crimes against humanity 16 September 2020 English | Español Council closes forty-second regular session, establishes a fact-finding mission on Venezuela 27 September 2019 English | Français Webcast (video) President of Human Rights Council appoints Members of Fact-Finding Mission on Venezuela 2 December 2019 English | Español   Statements Statement by Marta Valiñas, Chair of the Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, at the 49th session of the Human Rights Council English | Español 18 March 2022 Fact-Finding Mission experts conclude ten-day mission to the United States of America - Statement of the Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela English | Español 9 March 2022 Death in Custody of General Baduel – Statement of the Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela English - Español 14 October 2021 Remarks by members of the Fact-Finding Mission on Venezuela at a press conference to launch its second report English 16 September 2021 Statement by Marta Valiñas, Chairperson of the Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, at the 46 th session of the Human Rights Council English | Español 10 March 2021 Statement of Ms Marta Valiñas, Chair of the Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, at the 45th Human Rights Council session Spanish 23 September 2020 Press conference opening remarks by the members of Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela English 16 September 2020   Venezuela fact-finding mission reports to the Human Rights Council's 49th session Justice system in Venzuela Venezuela: UN report urges accountability for crimes against humanity     Contact   Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela Email: ohchr-ffmvenezuela@un.org   FOLLOW US Social Icons 在脸书上关注我们(新窗口) 在推特上关注我们(新窗口) 在YouTube上关注我们(新窗口) 在Flickr上关注我们(新窗口) 在Instagram上关注我们(新窗口) © 2022 United Nations Human Rights Council
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Therefore, we do not address the Article 21.5 Panel’s findings on this issue. These findings of the Article 21.5 Panel are moot, and, thus, of no legal effect.   (...) We note that the Panel made a finding on Article VI:1 of the GATT 1994, and that this finding was consequential to its finding on Article VI:2 of the GATT 1994. (...) The only issue before us is whether we should examine the Panel’s alternative findings. The Panel made these findings on the assumption that it had erred in finding the charge to be an internal charge.
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untitled WT/DS295/AB/R Page 124 VIII. Findings and Conclusions 350. For the reasons set out in this Report, the Appellate Body: (a) upholds the Panel's finding, in paragraph 7.43 of the Panel Report, that the claims in the United States' panel request, which were not "indicat[ed]" in the request for consultations, did not fall outside the Panel's terms of reference; (b) with respect to Economía's injury determination: (i) finds that the Panel did not exceed its terms of reference in concluding, in paragraphs 7.65 and 8.1(a) of the Panel Report, that Economía's use of a period of investigation ending in August 1999 was inconsistent with Articles 3.1, 3.2, 3.4, and 3.5 of the Anti-Dumping Agreement; (ii) upholds the Panel's findings, in paragraphs 7.65 and 8.1(c) of the Panel Report, that Economía's use of a period of investigation ending in August 1999 resulted in a failure to make a determination of injury based on "positive evidence", as required by Article 3.1 of the Anti-Dumping Agreement, and that, as a consequence, Mexico acted inconsistently with Articles 3.2, 3.4, and 3.5 of that Agreement; (iii) upholds the Panel's findings, in paragraphs 7.86 and 8.1(b) of the Panel Report, that, in limiting the injury analysis to the March to August period of 1997, 1998, and 1999, Mexico failed to make a determination of injury that involves an "objective examination", as required by Article 3.1 of the Anti-Dumping Agreement, and that, as a consequence, Mexico acted inconsistently with Article 3.5 of that Agreement; and (iv) upholds the Panel's findings, in paragraphs 7.116 and 8.1(c) of the Panel Report, that Economía's injury analysis with respect to the volume and price effects of dumped imports was inconsistent with Articles 3.1 and 3.2 of the Anti-Dumping Agreement; (c) with respect to Economía's dumping determination: (i) upholds the Panel's findings, in paragraphs 7.145 and 8.3(a) of the Panel Report, that Mexico did not terminate immediately the investigation in respect of Farmers Rice and Riceland because Economía did not exclude WT/DS295/AB/R Page 125 them from the application of the definitive anti-dumping measure, and, therefore, acted inconsistently with Article 5.8 of the Anti-Dumping Agreement; (ii) finds that the Panel did not exceed its terms of reference in concluding, in paragraphs 7.168 and 8.3(b) of the Panel Report, that Economía calculated a margin of dumping on the basis of the facts available for Producers Rice in a manner inconsistent with Article 6.8 of the Anti-Dumping Agreement, read in the light of paragraph 7 of Annex II to that Agreement; (iii) reverses the Panel's findings, in paragraphs 7.200, 7.201, and 8.3(c) of the Panel Report, that, with respect to the exporters that Economía did not investigate, Mexico acted inconsistently with Articles 6.1, 6.10, and 12.1 of the Anti-Dumping Agreement; and (iv) upholds the Panel's findings, in paragraphs 7.200 and 8.3(c) of the Panel Report, that, by applying the facts available contained in the application submitted by the petitioner in calculating the margin of dumping for those United States exporters Economía did not investigate, Mexico acted inconsistently with paragraph 1 of Annex II to the Anti-Dumping Agreement and, therefore, with Article 6.8 of that Agreement; and (d) with respect to the provisions of the Foreign Trade Act of Mexico (the "FTA"): (i) finds that the Panel did not err in considering that a prima facie case had been made out concerning the consistency of the challenged provisions of the FTA with Mexico's obligations under the Anti-Dumping Agreement and the SCM Agreement; (ii) finds that the Panel did not disregard Article 2 of the FTA, or Mexico's argument in relation thereto, in concluding that the challenged provisions of the FTA are mandatory measures; (iii) upholds the Panel's findings, in paragraphs 7.223, 7.225, and 8.5(a) of the Panel Report, that Article 53 of the FTA is inconsistent, as such, with Article 6.1.1 of the Anti-Dumping Agreement and Article 12.1.1 of the SCM Agreement; WT/DS295/AB/R Page 126 (iv) upholds the Panel's findings, in paragraphs 7.242 and 8.5(b) of the Panel Report, that Article 64 of the FTA is inconsistent, as such, with Article 6.8 of the Anti-Dumping Agreement, paragraphs 1, 3, 5, and 7 of Annex II thereto, and Article 12.7 of the SCM Agreement; (v) upholds the Panel's findings, in paragraphs 7.251, 7.260, and 8.5(c) of the Panel Report, that Article 68 of the FTA is inconsistent, as such, with Articles 5.8, 9.3, and 11.2 of the Anti-Dumping Agreement, and Articles 11.9 and 21.2 of the SCM Agreement; (vi) upholds the Panel's findings, in paragraphs 7.269 and 8.5(d) of the Panel Report, that Article 89D of the FTA is inconsistent, as such, with Article 9.5 of the Anti-Dumping Agreement and Article 19.3 of the SCM Agreement; (vii) finds that, in its interpretation of Article 93V of the FTA, the Panel did not fail to fulfil its obligations under Article 11 of the DSU; and (viii) upholds the Panel's findings, in paragraphs 7.297 and 8.5(f) of the Panel Report, that Articles 68 and 97 of the FTA, read together, are inconsistent, as such, with Articles 9.3.2 and 11.2 of the Anti-Dumping Agreement and Article 21.2 of the SCM Agreement. 351.
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