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SEVENTH PERIODIC REPORT SUBMITTED BY AUSTRIA UNDER ARTICLE 19 OF THE CONVENTION PURSUANT TO THE SIMPLIFIELD REPORTING PROCEDURE, DUE IN 2019 :CONVENTION AGAINST TORTURE AND OTHER CRUEL, INHUMAN OR DEGRADING TREATMENT OR PUNISHMENT
The accused must be informed of his/her essential rights in relation to the proceeding in the summons, including the right to contact, authorise and discuss matters with a defence counsel. (...) Every application for international protection is evaluated individually. This includes applications filed by persons arriving from a safe country of origin or a safe third country. 92. (...) During the “yellow” phase, an initial medical examination (including an X-ray of the lungs) and an admission interview are carried out in the respective mother tongue.
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Score: 946115.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=CAT/C/AUT/7&Lang=E
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PRESERVATION AND FURTHER DEVELOPMENT OF CULTURAL VALUES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Another major problem is to mske the publie avalte of the social and aesthetic significance of the natu"al environment. (...) UNESCO is promoting the role of aesthetic education as a better means of stimulating appieciation of the val-ues and cultural heritage transnitted, and as an instrunent of anafysis and critical reflection applied to contenporary cultu"al conditions. Resea"ch has shown aesthetic ed.ucation to be one of the nain instrunelts in the process of cultuTal identification wherever indigenous cul-tules have been reduced, over a long period, to the status of "silent cultures".
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Score: 942670.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/31/111&Lang=E
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Plain packaging means branding and promotional information is removed from tobacco packaging and replaced by graphic health warnings, dull color combinations, a brand name and a product and/or manufacturer’s name in standardized font. The aesthetic impact of plain packaging is significant, with studies showing that it has tangible effect on the desirability of tobacco products. As smoking levels decline in high-income countries tobacco companies are increasingly relying on market presence in developing economies, including those of the South-East Asia Region. This presence must be resisted. (...) Though all 11 member countries, including Parties to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, have developed and implemented tobacco control legislation, children, youth and adults continue to be subjected to pro-tobacco messages in media and also encounter product advertising at outlets where tobacco is sold.
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Score: 941563.7 - https://www.who.int/southeasta...aging-to-halt-tobacco-epidemic
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Managing natural resources sustainably and preserving biodiversity in a changing climate | FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia | Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura FAO.org english Русский Español FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia About us Regional Initiatives Knowledge sharing News Events Resources Programmes and projects Partners As countries transition towards more climate-resilient, sustainable agriculture and food systems, FAO supports them through targeted projects and by helping with access to climate finance from the Green Climate Fund, Global Environment Facility, and the Adaptation Fund. Priority actions include promoting the sustainable use of natural resources, biodiversity, climate action, disaster risk reduction and crisis management policies; strengthening capacities in agriculture and climate statistics; improving agro-meteorology services, and early warning systems. (...) Capacity development, strengthening national capacities for sustainable approaches to natural resource management, including landscape approach, agroecology, sustainable land use, genetic resources, water management and climate-smart agriculture. (...) The GIAHS programme recognizes these systems as outstanding landscapes of aesthetic beauty that combine agricultural biodiversity, resilient ecosystems, and valuable cultural heritage.
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Score: 941563.7 - https://www.fao.org/europe/reg...tiatives/natural-resources/es/
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The participants expressed their need for a well-designed social space that extends beyond the borders of the left-over corner, to include an attractive and colorful pedestrian crossing to increase the safety index of the site, and create a shared road where people claim their right to the public space in the neighborhood. (...) In the inauguration event, the women living in the neighborhood showed their excitement to have a well designed public space near their homes: “The design has contributed to enhancing the aesthetics of the old city, and I hope to see other similar interventions in all the neighborhoods of the old city. (...) The Ministry of Women’s Affairs and the Ministry of Social Development are key partners of the HAYA Joint Programme, along with other ministries including the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Justice, and the Ministry of Local Government, and various municipalities, civil society and community-based organisations.
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Score: 941563.7 - https://www.un.org/unispal/wp-...07/UNWOUNHABUNOCDPR_150721.pdf
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Managing natural resources sustainably and preserving biodiversity in a changing climate | FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia | 联合国粮食及 农业组织 FAO.org 中文 english Русский FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia About us Regional Initiatives Knowledge sharing News Events Resources Programmes and projects Partners As countries transition towards more climate-resilient, sustainable agriculture and food systems, FAO supports them through targeted projects and by helping with access to climate finance from the Green Climate Fund, Global Environment Facility, and the Adaptation Fund. Priority actions include promoting the sustainable use of natural resources, biodiversity, climate action, disaster risk reduction and crisis management policies; strengthening capacities in agriculture and climate statistics; improving agro-meteorology services, and early warning systems. (...) Capacity development, strengthening national capacities for sustainable approaches to natural resource management, including landscape approach, agroecology, sustainable land use, genetic resources, water management and climate-smart agriculture. (...) The GIAHS programme recognizes these systems as outstanding landscapes of aesthetic beauty that combine agricultural biodiversity, resilient ecosystems, and valuable cultural heritage.
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Score: 941563.7 - https://www.fao.org/europe/reg...tiatives/natural-resources/zh/
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Managing natural resources sustainably and preserving biodiversity in a changing climate | FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia | Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture FAO.org english français Русский FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia About us Regional Initiatives Knowledge sharing News Events Resources Programmes and projects Partners As countries transition towards more climate-resilient, sustainable agriculture and food systems, FAO supports them through targeted projects and by helping with access to climate finance from the Green Climate Fund, Global Environment Facility, and the Adaptation Fund. Priority actions include promoting the sustainable use of natural resources, biodiversity, climate action, disaster risk reduction and crisis management policies; strengthening capacities in agriculture and climate statistics; improving agro-meteorology services, and early warning systems. (...) Capacity development, strengthening national capacities for sustainable approaches to natural resource management, including landscape approach, agroecology, sustainable land use, genetic resources, water management and climate-smart agriculture. (...) The GIAHS programme recognizes these systems as outstanding landscapes of aesthetic beauty that combine agricultural biodiversity, resilient ecosystems, and valuable cultural heritage.
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Score: 941563.7 - https://www.fao.org/europe/reg...tiatives/natural-resources/fr/
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This report outlines the main features of this specific Zero Hunger Challenge element, including suggested metrics to monitor progress, as a guide to all stakeholders willing to join the challenge. (...) Research questions that need answering include: What is the magnitude and causes of FLW? (...) These crops include grains, roots and tubers, fruits and vegetables, fish, meat, and milk.
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Score: 941012 - https://www.un.org/en/issues/f...s%20or%20waste%20of%20food.pdf
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Migratory birds serve key functions in the interconnected systems that keep nature healthy, including pollination and seed dispersal of crops for human and livestock consumption, pest regulation and as an aesthetic source of pride for cultures across the globe. Migratory birds are increasingly at risk due to the negative consequences of human activity including environmental pollution, toxins, pesticides, electrified power lines, wind turbines, and other physical changes to landscapes and habitats (terrestrial and aquatic). In addition, encroachment from human settlement, agriculture and poaching – be it for subsistence food, a means of income or for high profits in illegal game hunting – are destroying habitat for all wildlife species, including migratory birds. For these reasons, it is imperative that FAO and partner organizations work together to safeguard migratory birds, their migration routes and their habitats.
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Score: 940474.9 - https://www.fao.org/ag/againfo...mes/en/empres/news_140512.html
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Jeju Batdam offers an outstanding vista of agricultural culture in Jeju with beautiful natural landscape, representing aesthetics of Jeju. Protected by Jeju Batdam, called black dragon, agriculture on Jeju Island has survived natural disasters over 1,000 years, but now faces new challenges like farm land arrangement and widespread urbanization. (...) The flora gathers more than one thousand different species on the Island with also amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals and insects integrated to the environment. Jeju Batdam includes a high biodiversity with three different types depending on nearby environments, including Oreum (or hill), Gotjawal (or volcanic forest), stream, wetland, bangdeui and intertidal region. (...) Cultures, value systems and social organizations Stones are part of the Jeju culture with general uses including construction, production, everyday lives, religion, tombstones and play while special use include communication, defense and demarcation.
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Score: 940474.9 - https://www.fao.org/giahs/giah...ystem/detailed-information/fr/
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