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However, recent global discussions on agroecology across its three different dimensions, namely scientific discipline, agricultural practice and political-​social movement, have became more intense and broader. Agroecology is fundamentally different from other approaches to sustainable development. (...) This online series aims to offer the interested public a deeper insight into the fundamentals of agroecology and its potential role in transforming food systems. (...) The whole of the series is structured along with  the 10 Elements of Agroecology , proposed by the FAO. Each element will be discussed in-depth for one lecture, with scientific inputs from researchers from ETH Zurich and partner institutions enriched with actors from society and industry.
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Score: 912714.7 - https://www.fao.org/agroecolog.../database/detail/en/c/1440516/
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Safety management fundamentals 3. Safety Culture II. Developing safety intelligence 1. (...) Safety Management Fundamentals New Chapter dedicated to safety culture to highlight its role as an important enabler of effective safety management implementation 7 Some information about safety data and safety information protection Expanded guidance on the protection of safety data, safety information and related sources 8 State safety oversight (SSO) and the critical elements (CEs) limited to SSP component 3: State safety assurance. Part III, Chapter 1 reflects the SSP with the State safety oversight (SSO) system critical elements (CEs) as the foundation of SSP. The CEs are integrated throughout the components. 9 Focus on relationship between safety management and safety risk management.
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Score: 904453.3 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...d%20Summary%20of%20Changes.pdf
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Business Case Template 1 INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION REGIONAL AVIATION SAFETY GROUP FOR AFRICA-INDIAN OCEAN REGION (RASG-AFI) PROJECT TITLE: Assistance to States in the improvement of their Effective Implementation (EI) of the Critical Elements of a State safety oversight system and attainment of the relevant Abuja safety target. (...) These tools will enhance effective monitoring of OLF activities, and continuously provide updates on the effective implementation rate (EI) in each audit area and/or Critical Element (CE), while ensuring traceability of activities in the processing of tasks carried out in the OLF. (...) MITIGATION OF RISKS/CONSTRAINTS - Active involvement of States by encouraging them to send participants as well as hosting of the training events; - Active involvement of Industry partners in handling some cost elements of the training, provision of FSO – safety support team, etc.
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Score: 884875.9 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...oject%20-%20%20%20Appendix.pdf
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Mendeleev completed his work on “The experience of a system of elements based on their atomic weight and chemical similarity”. He realized that when organizing the known elements by atomic weight, certain types of elements occurred regularly. This system indicated that there is a link between the structure of an element and its properties, and showed gaps between known elements, allowing Mendeleev to predict the existence of elements that were still unknown.
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Score: 880548.4 - https://en.unesco.org/stem/basic-sciences-prize/about
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Taking into account the discussions at the March 2011 Governing Body session, the SRM can be structured and analysed around the following nine elements: – Element 1: Objectives and proposed outcomes. – Element 2: Guiding principles. – Element 3: Framework. – Element 4: Role of the Legal Issues and International Labour Standards (LILS) Section of the Governing Body. – Element 5: Establishment of the tripartite working group. – Element 6: Composition of the tripartite working group. – Element 7: Working methods and terms of reference of the tripartite working group. – Element 8: The selection of standards to be reviewed. – Element 9: Time frames accompanying the reviews. 5. During the discussion in March 2011, there were aspects of some elements (elements 6 and 7) on which there remained outstanding questions, and no consensus was reached on two of the elements, namely: – Element 5: Establishment of the tripartite working group. – Element 8: The selection of standards to be reviewed. 6. (...) Rationale: The composition of the tripartite working group is a fundamental aspect of the SRM and its ability to achieve the outcomes listed under element 1.
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Score: 875156.4 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_166502.pdf
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Employment and enterprise creation is therefore of prime importance. The second element relates to human and worker's rights. The ILO has firmly opposed work in oppressive, abusive and forced conditions. The third critical element in the ILO's approach to development relates to the centrality of participation in social and economic affairs at the enterprise, national and global levels. (...) Without prejudice to that discussion, a number of elements are proposed in the InFocus programme on promoting the Declaration under operational objective 1(a).
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Score: 874795.7 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...elm/gb/docs/gb274/pfa-9-1a.htm
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Employment and enterprise creation is therefore of prime importance. The second element relates to human and worker's rights. The ILO has firmly opposed work in oppressive, abusive and forced conditions. The third critical element in the ILO's approach to development relates to the centrality of participation in social and economic affairs at the enterprise, national and global levels. (...) Without prejudice to that discussion, a number of elements are proposed in the InFocus programme on promoting the Declaration under operational objective 1(a).
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Score: 874795.7 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...elm/gb/docs/gb274/pfa-9-1a.htm
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The prohibited act of persecution has three elements: • Severe deprivation of a fundamental right or rights contrary to international law (actus reus); • Against one or more individuals forming part of an indefinable (or targeted) group or collectivity (actus reus); and • Committed with the intent to discriminate on one of the listed grounds (mens rea). (...) Finally, it examines how international criminal law recognizes and contextualizes the concept of ‘gender’ and its interlinkages with ‘sex’. 9 Severe deprivation of fundamental rights contrary to international law The first element of persecution is a “severe deprivation of fundamental rights contrary to international law” (Art. 7(2)(g)). (...) Identifying Gender Persecution in Conflict and Atrocities 10 Against one or more individuals forming part of an indefinable (or targeted) group or collectivity The second element of persecution focuses on indi- viduals forming part of a targeted sub-set of the civilian population who were severely deprived of a fundamental right “by reason of the identity of the group or collectiv- ity.”
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Score: 866531.1 - https://www.unwomen.org/sites/...conflict-and-atrocities-en.pdf
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RASG-AFI/5 – WP/3.1.3 27/07/2019 Page 1 of 3 INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION FIFTH MEETING OF THE REGIONAL AVIATION SAFETY GROUP FOR AFRICA - INDIAN OCEAN REGION (RASG-AFI/5) (Accra, Ghana, from 29 July to 2 August, 2019) Agenda Item 2: Reports on RASG-AFI Activities Safety Support Team: Fundamentals of Safety Oversight (FSO) (Presented by Secretariat) SUMMARY This paper presents an update on the status of implementation of the activities of the RASG-AFI Safety Support Team (SST) - Fundamentals of Safety Oversight (FSO). (...) RASG-AFI/5 – WP/3.1.3 27/07/2019 Page 2 of 3 1.2 The RASG-AFI, during its second meeting (RASG-AFI/2) held in November 2013, considered and approved the terms of reference for each of these SSTs, taking into account the provisions of the Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP), the ICAO Strategic Objectives and the Abuja Safety Targets. 2. DISCUSSION Fundamentals of Safety Oversight 2.1 One of the near-term objectives specified by the Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP) is for States to achieve at least 60 per cent effective implementation (EI) of the eight critical elements (CEs) of a State safety oversight system by 2017. The AFI safety target was aligned to this global target, requiring States to attain 60% EI, and to have the necessary resources, the legal and regulatory framework and the organizational structure to fulfil effectively their fundamental safety oversight obligations. 2.2 In the near term, AFI States lacking these capabilities are required to endeavour to establish the Critical Elements CE 1 to 5 of a State safety oversight system in order to optimize their ability to ensure the proper implementation of the ICAO SARPs. 2.3 When the SST-FSO was established during the RASG-AFI/1 meeting in 2013, only 14 AFI States had attained 60% EI.
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Score: 866119.7 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...vities%20-%20SST%20-%20FSO.pdf
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RASG-AFI/5 – WP/2.1.2 27/07/2019 Page 1 of 3 INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION FIFTH MEETING OF THE REGIONAL AVIATION SAFETY GROUP FOR AFRICA - INDIAN OCEAN REGION (RASG-AFI/5) (Accra, Ghana, from 29 July to 2 August, 2019) Agenda Item 2: Reports on RASG-AFI Activities Safety Support Team: Fundamentals of Safety Oversight (FSO) (Presented by Secretariat) SUMMARY This paper presents an update on the status of implementation of the activities of the RASG-AFI Safety Support Team (SST) - Fundamentals of Safety Oversight (FSO). (...) RASG-AFI/5 – WP/2.1.2 27/07/2019 Page 2 of 3 1.2 The RASG-AFI, during its second meeting (RASG-AFI/2) held in November 2013, considered and approved the terms of reference for each of these SSTs, taking into account the provisions of the Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP), the ICAO Strategic Objectives and the Abuja Safety Targets. 2. DISCUSSION Fundamentals of Safety Oversight 2.1 One of the near-term objectives specified by the Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP) is for States to achieve at least 60 per cent effective implementation (EI) of the eight critical elements (CEs) of a State safety oversight system by 2017. The AFI safety target was aligned to this global target, requiring States to attain 60% EI, and to have the necessary resources, the legal and regulatory framework and the organizational structure to fulfil effectively their fundamental safety oversight obligations. 2.2 In the near term, AFI States lacking these capabilities are required to endeavour to establish the Critical Elements CE 1 to 5 of a State safety oversight system in order to optimize their ability to ensure the proper implementation of the ICAO SARPs. 2.3 When the SST-FSO was established during the RASG-AFI/1 meeting in 2013, only 14 AFI States had attained 60% EI.
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Score: 866119.7 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...-%20SST%20-%20FSO%20-%20En.pdf
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