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Types of data collected The types of data collected by the national authority, under the following subheadings: a) number of strikes and lockouts; b) number of establishments involved; c) number of workers involved; d) duration; e) amount of time not worked ("time lost"); f) other. (...) Establishments: The method used to measure the number of establishments involved in a strike or lockout, and the definition of an establishment. Workers involved: The method used to estimate the number of workers involved in a strike or lockout; whether separate data are collected concerning workers involved directly and those involved indirectly; the treatment of part-time workers, where they are included, e.g. counted as individuals on the same basis as full-time workers.
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Date Title​​​ (Presented by) Language Doc No. 1 7/11/08 Provisional Agenda Doc No. 2 7/11/08 Provisional Rules of Procedure Doc No. 3 7/11/08 Draft Convention on Compensation for damage to third parties, resulting from acts of unlawful interference involving aircraft Chapter I Principles Article 1 — Definitions Doc No. 4 7/11/08 Draft Convention on Compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties Chapter I Principles Article 1 — Definitions Doc No. 5 27/02/09 Diplomatic Conference (Montréal, 20 April to 2 May 2009) to adopt a convention on compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties (general risks convention) (Presented by the Aviation Working Group) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 6 11/03/09 International Conference on Air Law (Presented by the Latin American Association for Aeronautical and Space Law — (ALADA)) (Available in English and Spanish only)         Doc No. 7 13/03/09 Draft Convention on Compensation for Damage to Third Parties, Resulting from Acts of Unlawful Interference Involving Aircraft (Presented by Germany) Doc No. 8 25/03/09 Comments on the two draft conventions (Presented by Egypt) Doc N° 9 26/03/09 Additional comments received on the two draft conventions (Presented by the Secretariat) Doc N° 9 Addendum No. 1 17/04/09 Addendum No. 1 – Additional comments received on the two draft conventions (Presented by the Secretariat) (Available in English and Russian only)         Doc N° 9 Addendum No. 1 17/04/09 Revision No. 1 20/04/09 Revision No. 1 – Addendum No. 1 – Additional comments received on the two draft conventions (Presented by the Secretariat) Doc No. 10 26/03/09 Convention on Compensation for Damage to Third Parties, Resulting from Acts of Unlawful Interference Involving Aircraft – Joint Industry Paper (Presented by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the International Union of Aerospace Insurers (IUAI), the London & International Insurance Brokers'Association (LIIBA), the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO), the Airports Council International (ACI), the Aviation Security Services Association International (ASSA-I) and the Aviation Working Group (AWG)) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 10 Revision No. 1 20/04/09 Revision No. 1 – Convention on Compensation for Damage to Third Parties, Resulting from Acts of Unlawful Interference Involving Aircraft – Joint Industry Paper (Presented by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the International Union of Aerospace Insurers (IUAI), the London & International Insurance Brokers'Association (LIIBA), the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO), the Airports Council International (ACI), the Aviation Security Services Association International (ASSA-I) and the Aviation Working Group (AWG)) (Available in English, French & Russian only)       Doc No. 11 30/03/09 Proposals on the two draft Conventions (Presented by Uruguay) Doc No. 12 Revised 07/04/09 Revised – Impact of the Proposed Unlawful Interference Convention (ICAO DCCD Doc No. 3) on Aviation Insurance (Presented by the International Union of Aerospace Insurers) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 13 09/04/09 The General Risk Convention: Incidence of Airline — Third Party Deaths and Bodily Injury on the Ground 1954 – 2008 (Presented by the International Union of Aerospace Insurers) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 14 17/04/09 Draft final clauses of the Convention on compensation for damage to third parties, resulting from acts of unlawful interference involving aircraft (Presented by the Secretariat) Doc No. 15 17/04/09 Draft final clauses of the Convention on compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties (Presented by the Secretariat) Doc No. 16 17/04/09 Proposals on the draft conventions (Presented by China) (Available in English and Chinese only)         Doc No. 16 Revision No. 1 20/04/09 Revision No. 1 – Proposals on the draft conventions (Presented by China) Doc No. 17 17/04/09 Convention on compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties (General Risks Convention) (Presented by the International Air Transport Association (IATA)) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 17 Revision No. 1 20/04/09 Revision No. 1 – Convention on compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties (General Risks Convention) (Presented by the International Air Transport Association (IATA)) (Available in English, French, Spanish and Russian only) Note: Revision No. 1 has been received and published in Russian on 23/04/09     Doc No. 18 17/04/09 Draft Convention on compensation for damage to third parties, resulting from acts of unlawful interference involving aircraft, and draft Convention on compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties (Presented by the United Arab Emirates (UAE)) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 18 Revision No. 1 20/04/09 Revision No. 1 – Draft Convention on compensation for damage to third parties, resulting from acts of unlawful interference involving aircraft, and draft Convention on compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties (Presented by the United Arab Emirates (UAE)) Doc No. 19 20/04/09 Proposed text for revised paragraph 8.7 of the draft convention on compensation for damage to third parties, resulting from acts of unlawful interference involving aircraft (Presented by Japan) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 20 20/04/09 Convention on compensation for damage to third parties, resulting from acts of unlawful interference involving aircraft Additional compensation and exclusive remedy (Presented by Japan) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 20 Revision No. 1 4/05/09 Revision No. 1 – Convention on compensation for damage to third parties, resulting from acts of unlawful interference involving aircraft Additional compensation and exclusive remedy (Presented by Japan) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 21 20/04/09 Convention on compensation for damage to third parties, resulting from acts of unlawful interference involving aircraft (Unlawful Interference Convention), and Convention on compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties (General Risks Convention) (Presented by the International Air Transport Association (IATA)) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 22 21/04/09 Compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties arising from acts of unlawful interference or from general risks (Presented by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia) Doc No. 23 22/04/09 Conferencia Internacional sobre Derecho Aeronáutico (Presentado por Paraguay) (Available in Spanish only)           Doc No. 24 23/04/09 Convention on compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties and Convention on compensation for damage to third parties, resulting from acts of unlawful interference involving aircraft (Presented by the Air Crash Victims Families Group)           Doc No. 25 23/04/09 Compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties arising from acts of unlawful interference or from general risks (Presented by the McGill University Institute of Air & Space Law) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 26 23/04/09 Proposed text for insertion of new paragraph [Article 8] or [Article 18] of the draft Convention on compensation for damage to third parties, resulting from acts of unlawful interference involving aircraft (Presented by the Republic of Korea) Doc No. 27 24/04/09 Compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties arising from acts of unlawful interference (Presented by the McGill University Institute of Air & Space Law) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 28 28/04/09 Convention on compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties and Convention on compensation for damage to third parties, resulting from acts of unlawful interference involving aircraft (Presented by Air Crash Victims Families Group) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 29 27/04/09 Compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties (Presented by the McGill University Institute of Air & Space Law) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 30 28/04/09 Report of the Drafting Committee on the Draft Convention on Compensation for Damage Caused by Aircraft to Third Parties (Presented by the Chairman of the Drafting Committee) Doc No. 31 30/04/09 Report of the Credentials Committee (Presented by the Chairman of the Credentials Committee) Doc No. 32 29/04/09 Report of the Preambular Clauses Committee on the Draft Convention on Compensation for Damage Caused by Aircraft to Third Parties (Presented by the Chairman of the Premabular Clauses Committee) Doc No. 33 29/04/09 Report of the Preambular Clauses Committee on the Draft Convention on Compensation for Damage Third Parties, Resulting from Acts of Unlawful Interference Involving Aircraft (Presented by the Chairman of the Premabular Clauses Committee) Doc No. 34 29/04/09 Report of the Drafting Committee on the Draft Convention on Compensation for Damage to Third Parties, Resulting from Acts of Unlawful Interference Involving Aircraft (Presented by the Chairman of the Drafting Committee) Doc No. 35 29/04/09 Draft Convention on Compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties (General Risks Convention) (Presented by the European Commission on behalf of the European Community) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 36 29/04/09 Recommendations of the Aerial Collision Working Group Convention on Compensation for Damage to Third Parties, Resulting from Acts of Unlawful Interference Involving Aircraft Interaction with 1999 Montreal Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules for International Carriage by air, and Other Relevant Law Doc No. 37 30/04/09 Report of the Drafting Committee on the Draft Convention on Compensation for Damage Caused by Aircraft to Third Parties Comments on the Drafting Committee Report (Presented by the Air Crash Victims Families Group) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 38 30/04/09 Report of the Commission of the Whole on the Draft Convention on Compensation for Damage Caused by Aircraft to Third Parties (Presented by the Chairman of the Commission of the Whole) Doc No. 39 1/05/09 Report of the Commission of the Whole on the Draft Convention on Compensation for Damage to Third Parties, Resulting from Acts of Unlawful Interference Involving Aircraft (Presented by the Chairman of the Commission of the Whole) Doc No. 40 1/05/09 Draft Convention on Compensation for Damage to Third Parties, Resulting from Acts of Unlawful Interference Involving Aircraft (Presented by the Chairman of the Commission of the Whole) Doc No. 41 1/05/09 Compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties arising from acts of unlawful interference with aircraft operations or from general risks Closing remarks of the Air Crash Victims Families Group (Presented by the Air Crash Victims Families Group) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 42 1/05/09 Convention on Compensation for Damage Caused by Aircraft to Third Parties Doc No. 43 1/05/09 Convention on Compensation for Damage to Third Parties, Resulting from Acts of Unlawful Interference Involving Aircraft Doc No. 44 1/05/09 Final Act Doc No. 44 Revision No. 1 2/05/09 Revision No. 1 – Final Act TOP OF PAGE ↑ Share this page : Contact ICAO | The United Nations Terms and Conditions | External Resources | Web Support | FAQ © International Civil Aviation Organization
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Score: 365927.34 - https://www.icao.int/secretari.../legal/DCCD2009/Pages/doc.aspx
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The majority of poor people live in rural areas and are involved in agriculture.When given the opportunity, rural people have the ability to contribute significantly to food security and drive rural transformation. The involvement of women and youth are crucial. Perceived and real lack of rural livelihood opportunities push young people to migrate to cities and abroad.  (...) Join the discussion and find out more at: Online forum for the involvement of women and youth in responsible agricultural investment in Ghana     Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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Score: 365633.89 - https://www.fao.org/economic/e...lvement-of-women-and-youth/zh/
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Workers Workers directly involved only. The statistics cover regular paid employees only, including workers absent on sick or annual leave. (...) Types of data collected number of strikes number of workers involved duration time not worked matter in dispute Concepts and definitions Work stoppage A temporary work stoppage effected by a group or groups of workers without the involvement of a trade union of employees. (...) Those resulting from the same case of dispute but occurring simultaneously or at different times in establishments or local workplaces of different enterprises are counted according to the number of different enterprises involved. Workers involved The number of workers involved is the maximum number of workers that took part during the course of the strike, even if some workers participated for only part of the duration.
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Score: 365633.89 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM7/E/SG.html
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The majority of poor people live in rural areas and are involved in agriculture.When given the opportunity, rural people have the ability to contribute significantly to food security and drive rural transformation. The involvement of women and youth are crucial. Perceived and real lack of rural livelihood opportunities push young people to migrate to cities and abroad.  (...) Join the discussion and find out more at: Online forum for the involvement of women and youth in responsible agricultural investment in Ghana     Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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Score: 365633.89 - https://www.fao.org/economic/e...lvement-of-women-and-youth/fr/
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In temporal terms, OHCHR required the involvement to have taken place during the period from 1 January 2018 to 1 August 2019. (...) The direct communication facilitated the exchange of information and offered business enterprises the opportunity to provide views on their alleged involvement in listed activities. In several instances, business enterprises denied any involvement in the listed activities. (...) A number of business enterprises communicated to OHCHR that they were no longer involved in the relevant activity or that the nature of their involvement had fallen outside the scope of the mandate.
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Score: 365581.23 - https://www.un.org/unispal/wp-...ads/2020/02/A.HRC_.43.71-1.pdf
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Workers Workers directly involved only. In addition to regular paid employees, the statistics cover temporary, casual and seasonal workers. (...) Workers involved The number of workers involved is the average of the number of daily absences during the period of the strike or lockout. (...) Duration The duration is measured in workdays from the date the strike or lockout began in the first economic unit involved to the date it terminated in the last one.
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Score: 365476.66 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM7/E/MU.html
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Workers Workers directly involved and workers indirectly involved. As well as regular paid employees, including part-time workers, the statistics cover temporary, casual and seasonal workers. (...) Types of data collected number of strikes and lockouts number of economic units involved matter in dispute method of settlement number of workers involved duration time not worked Concepts and definitions Strike The temporary cessation of work by employees in order to bring pressure on employers to agree to terms. (...) Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays are counted only if the workers involved would normally have worked on these days.
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Score: 365476.66 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM7/E/NL.html
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Score: 365375.66 - https://www.un.org/development...et-involved/2020/06/49440.html
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How are you involved in issues relating to the theme of WTPF-13? (...) Question 3 (for individuals privately or professionally involved in International Internet-related public policy matters) Name, address and e-mail: What is your professional background? (...) If yes, please indicate the URL How are you involved in issues relating to the theme of WTPF-13?
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Score: 364914.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/wtpf-13...ts/expression-of-interest.docx
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