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LIST OF ISSUES AND QUESTIONS IN RELATION TO THE COMBINED INITIAL, 2ND AND 3RD PERIODIC REPORTS (SUBMITTED IN ONE DOCUMENT) OF MONACO : COMMITTEE ON THE ELIMINATION OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN : ADDENDUM
Six in 2014: (a) One sentence of 10 days (under article 236 of the Criminal Code — violence and assault causing total incapacity for work for more than 8 days); (b) One sentence of 15 days (under article 236 of the Criminal Code — violence and assault causing total incapacity for work for more than 8 days); (c) One sentence of one month (under article 238 — violence or assault causing total incapacity for work for eight days or less); (d) Two sentences of two months (one for breach of article 236 of the Criminal Code — violence and assault causing total incapacity for work for more than eight days and one month for breach of article 167 of the Criminal Code — abuse of a person vested with public authority or entrusted with a public service task or a female police officer); (e) One five-year sentence handed down by the criminal court (article 262 of the Criminal Code — rape). 83. (...) Nine in 2014: (a) One sentence of eight days (under article 238-1 of the Criminal Code — spousal violence without causing total incapacity for work); (b) Three sentences of one month (under article 238 of the Criminal Code — violence and assault causing total incapacity for work for eight days or less); (c) To sentences of two months (one for breach of article 239 of the Criminal Code — violence or assault on a spouse or cohabiting partner causing total incapacity for work for less than eight days — and one for breach of article 238 of the Criminal Code — violence or assault causing total incapacity for work for eight days or less); (d) Two sentences of three months, one of which was suspended with probation for three years with the obligation to pay compensation to the victim (one for breach of article 236 of the Criminal Code — violence and assault causing total incapacity for work for more than eight days — and one for breach of article 167 of the Criminal Code — abuse of a person vested with public authority or entrusted with a public service task); (e) One sentence of eight months suspended with probation for three years with obligations (under article 239 of the Criminal Code — violence or assault against a spouse or cohabiting partner causing total incapacity for work for less than eight days. 85. (...) Three in 2014: (a) Three fines of 800 euros (one for breach of article 236 of the Criminal Code — violence or assault causing total incapacity for work for more than eight days — and two for breach of article 238 of the Criminal Code — violence or assault causing total incapacity for work for eight days or less); (b) One fine of 600 euros (under article 236 of the Criminal Code — violence and assault causing total incapacity for work for more than eight days); (c) One fine of 600 euros (under article 236 of the Criminal Code — violence and assault causing total incapacity for work for more than eight days). 87.
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Score: 926391.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...CEDAW/C/MCO/Q/1-3/ADD.1&Lang=E
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(Income US$2004) 1,425 1,520 3,580 4,408 8,912 10,289 6,587 4,947 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 12,000 FIJI TONGA Less than required Same as required More than required Total Country Fiji: Income and Remittances (US$ 2004) 312 753 1,891 467 244 244 488 228 265 Less than required Same as required More than required Average Income All Remittances Cash Remittances 291 727 1,844 616 358 540527 286 432 Less than required Same as required More than required Average Income All Remittances Cash Remittances Tonga: Income and Remittances (US$ 2004) Remittance Motivations Figure 2 Predicted Transfers and the Subjective Income Gap : Tonga Source: Brown and Jimenez (2008b) 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 -10000 0 10000 20000 30000 Household Subjective Income Gap(US$) P r e d i c t e d T r a n s f e r s ($) Motivations: Regression Results Principal Motivations to RemitPrincipal Motivations to Remit Altruism: $100 decrease in subjective income gap leads to Altruism: $100 decrease in subjective income gap leads to $47$47--$30 remittances increase in Tonga and $8$30 remittances increase in Tonga and $8--$9 in Fiji $9 in Fiji Exchange: $100 increase in subjective income gap leads to Exchange: $100 increase in subjective income gap leads to $11$11--$6 remittances increase in Tonga and $1 in Fiji$6 remittances increase in Tonga and $1 in Fiji Other significant motivators:Other significant motivators: Presence old person increased remittances by U$562 in Presence old person increased remittances by U$562 in Tonga, but not in Fiji Tonga, but not in Fiji Major social ceremony increased remittances by $1518 in Major social ceremony increased remittances by $1518 in Tonga and $354 in Fiji Tonga and $354 in Fiji The number of HHM with medical incapacity for more than The number of HHM with medical incapacity for more than 30 days increased remittances ($300) in Tonga, but had not 30 days increased remittances ($300) in Tonga, but had not significant effect in Fijisignificant effect in Fiji Motivations: Regression Results Remittances by Numbers of Sick in HH Remittances by # of Sick HHM 521 2,429 697 2,680 347 5,302 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 Fiji Tonga U $ R em itt an ce s No sick HHM 1 sick HHM >= 2 sick HHM Remittances and Major Social Ceremonies 475 2,533 1,308 5,265 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 Fiji Tonga U $ R em itt an ce s No Wedding/Funeral Had Wedding/Funeral Uses and Effects of Remittances • How are remittances used? (...) Number of days during the survey year was recordedNumber of days during the survey year was recorded Identified those with more than 30 days of incapacity. Identified those with more than 30 days of incapacity.
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Score: 926107 - https://www.un.org/development...ation_brown_remitt_and_dev.pdf
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Article 14 The contingency covered shall include incapacity for work resulting from a morbid condition and involving suspension of earnings, as defined by national laws or regulations. (...) The periodical payment may be commuted for a lump sum-- (a) where the degree of incapacity is slight; or Myanmar Guide to Comprehensive International Labour Standards on Social Security 27 (b) where the competent authority is satisfied that the lump sum will be properly utilised. (...) Article 38 The benefit specified in Articles 34 and 36 shall be granted throughout the contingency, except that, in respect of incapacity for work, the benefit need not be paid for the first three days in each case of suspension of earnings.
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Score: 925936.5 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...ts/publication/wcms_758462.pdf
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Article 14 The contingency covered shall include incapacity for work resulting from a morbid condition and involving suspension of earnings, as defined by national laws or regulations. (...) The periodical payment may be commuted for a lump sum-- (a) where the degree of incapacity is slight; or Myanmar Guide to Comprehensive International Labour Standards on Social Security 27 (b) where the competent authority is satisfied that the lump sum will be properly utilised. (...) Article 38 The benefit specified in Articles 34 and 36 shall be granted throughout the contingency, except that, in respect of incapacity for work, the benefit need not be paid for the first three days in each case of suspension of earnings.
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Score: 925936.5 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_758462.pdf
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APPENDIX D TO STAFF RULES : PROVISIONAL RULES GOVERNING COMPENSATION TO STAFF MEMBERS IN THE EVENT OF DEATH, INJURY OR ILLNESS ATTRIBUTABLE TO THE PERFORMANCE OF OFFICIAL DUTIES ON BEHALF OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Type and Degree of Incapacity..... •.••. ...•• 8 14. Medical Examination 8 15'. (...) Schedule _'Iermanent Partial Incapacity) Loss or Total Loss of Use Arm Great'toe ••••••••....•..•••.••••.••.•.••...••.•.•• other toe .•••.•.•.••..•..••••.•••.••.•••..•.•..•.. (...) Article 13 - Type and Degree of Inca.pacity The determination of the injury or illness and of the type and degree of incapacity shall be made on the basis of reports obtained from a qualified medical practitioner or practitioners.
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Score: 921180.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=ST/AFS/SGB/94/ADD.1&Lang=E
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The girls and boys to whom this edition of The State of the World’s Children is dedicated are not problems. of incapacity, dependency and difference that are perpetuated by ignorance.
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Score: 919559.2 - https://www.unicef.org/montene.../reports/children-disabilities
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Should the Intern’s absence be for a period of more than three consecutive working days, he/she shall provide a certificate of incapacity from a duly qualified medical practitioner stating the nature and probable duration of his/her incapacity. 24.
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Score: 914271.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...nship/internship-Programme.pdf
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APPENDIX D TO STAFF RULES : PROVISIONAL RULES GOVERNING COMPENSATION IN THE EVENT OF DEATH, INJURY OR ILLNESS ATTRIBUTABLE TO THE PERFORMANCE OF OFFICIAL DUTIES ON BEHALF OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Type and degree of incapacity ••••••••••••••••••• 14. Medical examination ••••.••..••••.•.••.•..••. 15. (...) Article 11.2 In the case of injury or illness resulting in incapacity which is determined by the Secretary-General to be partial: l!!) (...) Type and degree of incapacity The determination of the injury or illnes s and of the type and degree of incapacity shall be made on the basis of reports obtained from a qualified medical practitioner or practitioners.
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Score: 913742.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../STAFF RULES/APPENDIX D&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 3 NOVEMBER 2015 FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY ADDRESSED TO THE CHAIR OF THE 5TH COMMITTEE
Allegations regarding misconduct or incapacity of a judge should be made, in writing, directly to the President of the relevant Tribunal. (...) A complaint shall not be receivable unless it is received within 60 days of the date on which the alleged misconduct or incapacity took place, except as set out in paragraph 4 below. 4. (...) Complaints regarding the misconduct or incapacity of a judge shall contain: (a) The name and address of the complainant; (b) The date and location of the alleged misconduct; (c) The name of the judge against whom the complaint is made; (d) A detailed description of the alleged misconduct or incapacity, including the date on which it took place; a Recusal of judges of the Dispute Tribunal or the Appeals Tribunal is covered in articles 4.9 and 3.9 of the respective statutes of the Tribunals.
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Score: 912117.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=A/C.5/70/9&Lang=E
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ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNAL JUDGEMENT NO. 218 : CASE NO. 211 : TRENCZAK AGAINST THE SECRETARY-GENERAL OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Question of the assessment of the Applicant’s incapacity at 25 per cent.-The plea is time-barred. (...) On 1 March 1961 the Applicant wrote to the Secretary of the ABCC complaining that the determination of twenty-five per cent permanent partial incapacity seemed inadequate in view of the finding of total incapacity contained in Dr. (...) On 17 March 1961 the Secretary replied in part: “Your incapacity was evaluated at 25% in the full understanding of Professor Dr.
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Score: 910448.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=AT/DEC/218&Lang=E
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