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We are seeking creatives that are forward-thinking with an ambitious attention to detail, a high design aesthetic and awareness of current audiences and where they are. (...) The portfolio should demonstrate creativity of the company in designing a range of documents for different platforms, for various audiences, including for children and adults of different ages, background and ethnicity. The CV of team leader and/or team members should be included. The technical proposal will be evaluated on the criteria outlined in the below table.
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Score: 966189.6 - https://www.unicef.org/eastern...or%20design%20and%20layout.pdf
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This mountainous relief gives rise to a number of eco-zones. From a more aesthetic point of view, such a landscape, dominated by peaks and basins, offers wonderful limitless views. (...) This mountainous relief gives rise to a number of eco-zones. From a more aesthetic point of view, such a landscape, dominated by peak sand basins, offers wonderful limitless views.
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Score: 964515.1 - https://en.unesco.org/biosphere/arab-states/jabal-al-rihane
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Most of them came from Iran region as well as Southeast Asia, including the Chinese celadons of the 13 th century. (...) Other pieces found in the fortress dating from that time included conical bowls decorated with lotus flowers, dishes, and incense-burners. (...) It should be noted that Bahrain has been famous for the unique beauty of its pearls, and for its date-honey that were carried to other regions along the Silk Roads, including China. These elements reveal the important role of Qal’at al-Bahrain fortress in the maritime exchanges between the Arabian Peninsula and other regions.   
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Score: 957154.4 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...ion-warehouse-qalat-al-bahrain
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WU HONGBO UNDER-SECRETARY-GENERAL FOR ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS AND COORDINATOR OF THE SECOND INTERNATIONAL DECADE OF THE WORLD’S INDIGNEOUS PEOPLE --- Opening Statement Second Committee Joint Briefing by UNEP, WIPO, UNESCO and CBD on the implementation of the objectives of the Convention on Biological Diversity, including actions undertaken to promote access to genetic resources and the fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from their utilities and associated traditional knowledge New York, 30 October 2013 Excellencies, Dear Colleagues, Ladies and Gentlemen, Biodiversity is the foundation upon which human civilization has developed and depends. (...) Biodiversity also has ecological, genetic, social, economic, scientific, educational, cultural, recreational and aesthetic values. It plays a critical role in maintaining ecosystems that are the essential foundations for sustainable development and human well-being. (...) I am therefore very pleased to be here for this joint briefing by UNEP, WIPO, UNESCO, UNCTAD and CBD on the implementation of the objectives of the Convention on Biodiversity, including actions undertaken to promote access to genetic resources and the fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from their utilities and associated traditional knowledge.
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Score: 955510.45 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/second/68/wustatement.pdf
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A majority of Indian bicycle manufacturers are currently unable to make and sell the type of bicycles demanded in global markets, which are aesthetically and technically superior, made from lighter materials, allow multiple-speed settings and require several special components. (...) Impact The project interventions expected to facilitate: ENHANCED technical expertise of RDCBSM and the associations and their ability to address industry-wide challenges STRENGTHENING of RDCBSM’s service portfolio and support to the industry, including the testing facilities at RDCBSM EXPANSION of RDCBSM’s and the associations’ institutional linkages with international technical partners and industry actors.
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Score: 952565.6 - https://www.unido.org/our-focu...cycle-and-bicycle-parts-sector
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PROBLEM AREAS IN THE HISTORIC CENTRES OF THE MEDITERRANEAN AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT : BASIC DISCUSSION PAPER / PREPARED BY THE DELEGATION OF GREECE
Guidelines for the preservation of the architectural heritage of Europe were officially established with the Convention for the Protection of the Architectural Heritage of Europe (Granada, Council of Europe, 1985), where the term "heritage" included open spaces and other elements of the immediate and natural environment, besides buildings and monuments. (...) The impact of planning solutions to the complex issues emerging in the historic towns, is felt at all levels - environmental, ecological, cultural, aesthetic, social, economic and even political. That is why, true to the principles of sustainability, planning decisions may in no case be taken arbitrarily and without wider participation. (...) Perhaps the historic centres and their natural surroundings have already been overexploited and their aesthetic and environmental value irreparably damaged?
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Score: 951875.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=HBP/GE.2/R.24&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 2005/05/13 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Dialogue is all at one and the same time, a matter of aesthetics, and ethics and it embodies the truth. Dialogue among civilizations also takes alarm at the diminishing and declining familiarity of recent and upcoming generations with the sources from which thought, culture, poetry and beauty have sprung in our world. (...) Indeed, without Descartes, Spinoza, Kant, Hegel, Schopenhauer, Pascal, Kierkegaard, and Bergson, and without the perennial music of Bach, Beethoven and Mozart, and more generally without paintings, music, sculpture, theater, poetry and other aesthetic products of human perceptiveness and culture what would life turn out to be like? (...) Politics stripped of ethics and aesthetics can never accomplish much to protect human rights, no matter how much it may pretend to do so.
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Score: 950915.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...nsf/get?open&DS=A/60/77&Lang=E
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ELEVENTH REPORT ON INTERNATIONAL LIABILITY FOR INJURIOUS CONSEQUENCES ARISING OUT OF ACTS NOT PROHIBITED BY INTERNATIONAL LAW / BY JULIO BARBOZA, SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR
Thus, one speaks of "service values" and "non-service values"; for instance, the former would include a fish stock that would permit a service such as commercial or recreational fishing, while the latter would include the aesthetic aspects of the landscape, to which populations attach value and the loss of which can cause them displeasure, annoyance or distress. (...) The "characteristic aspects of the landscape" appear to be "values" rather than components of the natural environment and therefore should not be included in its definition. While it is true that these physical characteristics are not created by human beings, such characteristic aspects are in some sense "culturized" objects, since they are worth something in so far as they embody the aesthetic "baggage" of a given population. (...) Article 3 of the 1991 Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty recognizes and attempts to protect "the intrinsic value of Antarctica, including its wilderness and aesthetic values". 9/ A similar mention is also made in the Convention on Biological Diversity, in the first paragraph of the preamble, which reads as follows: "Conscious of the intrinsic value of biological diversity ...".
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Score: 950597.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=A/CN.4/468&Lang=E
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GIFTS TO THE UNITED NATIONS
This bulletin establishes the procedure for referral of offers by private individuals or organizations to the United Nations of decorative gifts, including statuary, paintings, plaque~ and similar objects. 2. vlhile any such gifts might be housed temporarily at Lake Success, it must be borne in mind that eventually they would have to be moved to the permanent headquarters or discarded. 3. Since such objects installed in the permanent headquarters i,rould become an intrinsic part of the general design, it is important that nothing be accepted which would not be in harmony with the architectural and aesthetic outlines. 4. All offers of decorative gifts of any nature shall be referred for acceptance or rejection to the Board of Design, headed by Mr.
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Score: 950518.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc....nsf/get?open&DS=SGB/72&Lang=E
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PROPOSALS AND CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED FROM GOVERNMENTS : AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLE 10 OF THE REVISED DRAFT PROTOCOL AGAINST THE ILLICIT MANUFACTURING OF AND TRAFFICKING IN FIREARMS, THEIR PARTS AND COMPONENTS AND AMMUNITION, SUPPLEMENTING THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION AGAINST TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME / UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND
.: Limited 25 January 2000 Original: English Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime Seventh session Vienna, 17-28 January 2000 Agenda item 5 Consideration of the additional international legal instrument against illicit manufacturing of and trafficking in firearms, their parts and components and ammunition Proposals and contributions received from Governments United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland: amendments to article 10 of the revised draft Protocol against the Illicit Manufacturing of and Trafficking in Firearms, Their Parts and Components and Ammunition, supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime Article 10 Preventing the reactivation of deactivated firearms States Parties that do not recognize a deactivated weapon as a firearm in accordance with domestic law shall take the necessary measures, including the creation of specific criminal offences, if appropriate, to prevent the reactivation of deactivated firearms, consistent with the general principles of deactivation set out below: (a) While retaining, as far as is practicable, the aesthetic outer appearance of the firearm, all essential parts of a firearm are to be rendered permanently inoperable and incapable of being removed for replacement parts or other modifications that might permit the firearm to be reactivated in any way; (b) Arrangements are to be made for deactivation measures to be certified by a designated proof house (or other appropriate authority) to verify that the modifications made to a firearm meet the relevant standard for that type of firearm; (c) Certification by the proof house (or other appropriate authority) must include a clearly visible and identifying mark on the firearm, and issuance of a certificate recording the deactivation that includes the make, model and serial number of the firearm.
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Score: 950044.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=A/AC.254/L.143&Lang=E
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