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In particular, the suspension of judicial activity must be analysed under a strict scrutiny test as the judiciary is a fundamental pillar for the protection and promotion of human rights. (...) Finally, in the context of the declaration of states of emergency, which has led in many countries of the region to the suspension of certain rights and fundamental freedoms, the functioning of independent justice systems, both at the individual and institutional level, is a fundamental component for the control of the legality of the decisions implemented by the different state powers. (...) An adequate appointment and selection process is an essential element that contributes to the independence of justice operators. * * * * *
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Score: 895359.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...nt-statement-A2J-COVID-19.docx
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In particular, the suspension of judicial activity must be analysed under a strict scrutiny test as the judiciary is a fundamental pillar for the protection and promotion of human rights. (...) Finally, in the context of the declaration of states of emergency, which has led in many countries of the region to the suspension of certain rights and fundamental freedoms, the functioning of independent justice systems, both at the individual and institutional level, is a fundamental component for the control of the legality of the decisions implemented by the different state powers. (...) An adequate appointment and selection process is an essential element that contributes to the independence of justice operators. * * * * *
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Score: 895359.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...nt-statement-A2J-COVID-19.docx
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Score: 894328.2 - https://unece.org/statistics/p...nizing-statistical-legislation
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Access to essential medicines is a fundamental element of the right to health | OHCHR Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Resources Resources For Civil society Educators Journalists Members States National institutions and regional mechanisms More Databases Library Publications English العربية 中文 English Français русский Español More + OHCHR Donate Search input field Main Navigation OHCHR What are human rights? (...) Contact us Get Involved Get Involved Latest Stories Health and disability Access to essential medicines is a fundamental element of the right to health 24 March 2017 Share ​​​Health is a fundamental human right and coupled with this is access to affordable medicines and care.
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Score: 894037.2 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/stori...ndamental-element-right-health
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President, While the illicit exploration of natural resources was not mentioned in the final document of the Summit, we hope that during the 60 th session of the General Assembly this issue receives due consideration, since my delegation is of the view that it constitutes a fundamental element for the strategy of prevention and resolution of conflicts. (...) As very well mentioned by the Secretary General in his report "In larger freedom", poverty is not only about development; it is also a matter of security and respect for human rights, which are fundamental to the millennium objectives and goals. (...) In other words, we should not underscore other elements of the reform that we consider no less important, such as the need to improve and render more transparent the working methods of the Council.
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Score: 892256 - https://www.un.org/webcast/ga/60/statements/ang050922eng.pdf
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As agroecology has several concepts and can be perceived in different ways as per its context-specific feature, a set of elements were developed as an analytical tool to support the operationalization of the agroecological transition. By identifying important properties of agroecological systems and approaches, as well as key considerations in developing an enabling environment for agroecology, the 10 Elements of Agroecology are a guide for policymakers, practitioners and stakeholders in planning, managing and evaluating agroecological transitions.   Agroecology for Sustainable Food Systems The  10 Elements of Agroecology  are interlinked and interdependent. 
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Score: 892117.8 - https://www.fao.org/platforms/...reen-production/agroecology/en
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Invites Governments, agencies and organizations of the United Nations system and intergovernmental andnon-governmental organizations to intensify their efforts to disseminate the Declaration and to promoteuniversal respect and understanding thereof, and requests the Secretary-General to include the text of the Declaration in the next edition ofHuman Rights: A Compilation of International Instruments. 85th plenary meeting 9 December1998 ANNEX Declaration on the Right and Responsibility of Individuals, Groups and Organs of Society to Promote and Protect Universally Recognized Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms The General Assembly, Reaffirming the importance of the observance of the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations for the promotion and protection of all human rights and fundamental freedoms for all persons in all countries of the world, Reaffirmingalso the importance of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International2 Covenants on Human Rights as basic elements of international efforts to promote universal respect for and3 observance of human rights and fundamental freedoms and the importance of other human rights instruments adopted within the United Nations system, as well as those at the regional level, Stressingthat all members of the international community shall fulfil, jointly and separately, their solemn obligation to promote and encourage respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms for all without distinction of any kind, including distinctions based on race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status, and reaffirming the particular importance of achieving international cooperation to fulfil this obligation according to the Charter, Acknowledgingthe important role of international cooperation for, and the valuable work of individuals, groups and associations in contributing to, the effective elimination of all violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms of peoples and individuals, including in relation to mass, flagrant or systematic violations such as those resulting from apartheid, all forms of racial discrimination, colonialism, foreign domination or occupation, aggression or threats to national sovereignty, national unity or territorial integrity and from the refusal to recognize the right of peoples to self-determination and the right of every people to exercise full sovereignty over its wealth and natural resources, A/RES/53/144 Page 3 /... Recognizingthe relationship between international peace and security and the enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms, and mindful that the absence of international peace and security does not excuse non-compliance, Reiteratingthat all human rights and fundamental freedoms are universal, indivisible, interdependent and interrelated and should be promoted and implemented in a fair and equitable manner, without prejudice to the implementation of each of those rights and freedoms, Stressingthat the prime responsibility and duty to promote and protect human rights and fundamental freedoms lie with the State, Recognizingthe right and the responsibility of individuals, groups and associations to promote respect for and foster knowledge of human rights and fundamental freedoms at the national and international levels, Declares: Article 1 Everyone has the right, individually and in association with others, to promote and to strive for the protection and realization of human rights and fundamental freedoms at the national and international levels. (...) Article 15 The State has the responsibility to promote and facilitate the teaching of human rights and fundamental freedoms at all levels of education and to ensure that all those responsible for training lawyers, law enforcement officers, the personnel of the armed forces and public officials include appropriate elements of human rights teaching in their training programme.
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Score: 891159.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...rs/Declaration/declaration.pdf
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As agroecology has several concepts and can be perceived in different ways as per its context-specific feature, a set of elements were developed as an analytical tool to support the operationalization of the agroecological transition. By identifying important properties of agroecological systems and approaches, as well as key considerations in developing an enabling environment for agroecology, the 10 Elements of Agroecology are a guide for policymakers, practitioners and stakeholders in planning, managing and evaluating agroecological transitions.  The 10 Elements of Agroecology are interlinked and interdependent. 
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Score: 890965.8 - https://www.fao.org/europe/kno...reenproduction/agroecology/en/
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Business and collective bargaining The 1998 ILO Declaration of Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work affirms the importance of the effective recognition of the right to bargain collectively. The fundamental Convention covering this right is the Right to Organise and Collective Bargaining Convention, 1949 (No. 98) . (...) The right of workers to bargain freely with employers is an essential element in freedom of association. Collective bargaining is a voluntary process through which employers and workers discuss and negotiate their relations, in particular terms and conditions of work.
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Score: 890345 - https://www.ilo.org/empent/are...T_HLP_CB_EN/lang--en/index.htm
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For more information, contact: leadershipandmanagement@unssc.org Objectives Upon successful completion of this course, participants will: Describe the general principles of diplomacy and protocol/etiquette and the current trends in this area; Identify principles and best practices for organizing visits and events, by following simple but fundamental procedures as well as practical aspects of social occasions (invitations, attendance, and seating plans); Recognize the elements which make an event a success or a failure; Explain the principles of protocol and etiquette within the UN family; Develop excellent networking and contact-making skills. Course methodology LANGUAGE English DURATION 4 months from date of receiving login information ENROLL BY 31 Dec 2022 PRICE 500 USD LOCATION ONLINE TARGET Everyone CONTACT leadershipandmanagement@unssc.org ONLINE 01 JAN 2022 - 31 DEC 2022 Fundamentals of DiplomaticFundamentals of Diplomatic ProtocolProtocol CAREER ADVANCEMENT MANAGEMENT Learn more and register at www.unssc.org https://www.unssc.org/courses/fundamentals-diplomatic-protocol-0 mailto:leadershipandmanagement@unssc.org Course methodology This course is delivered online. (...) Cost of participation The $500 fee covers participation in the online course. Fundamentals of Diplomatic Protocol
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Score: 890345 - https://www.unssc.org/print/pdf/commerce_product/238970
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