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It reaffirms the enduring relevance of the principle, both as an expression of political commitment and as a guide for action to prevent and halt genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity. The report further assesses the range and impact of implementation efforts under each of the three pillars of the principle, including actions by States to ratify relevant legal instruments and build national resilience to atrocity crimes3; initiatives to assist States in fulfilling their primary responsibility to protect; and efforts by the international community to respond to protection crises. (...) Genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity are defined in international criminal law; ethnic cleansing, while not established as a distinct crime, includes acts that will regularly amount to one of the crimes, in particular genocide and crimes against humanity. 2 responsibility to protect. (...) In light of the ten-year anniversary of the 2005 World Summit, Member States may also wish to discuss how to reaffirm this vital and enduring commitment, in keeping with the Secretary-General's vision for the next decade of the responsibility the protect. 3 The dialogue is intended to facilitate discussion among the United Nations, Member States, regional and sub-regional organisations and civil society, and to emphasize the continued need for a determined and collective approach to protecting populations from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity, as well as their incitement.
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Score: 977179.5 - https://www.un.org/pga/wp-cont..._Responsibility-to-Protect.pdf
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Symptomatic infection in children appears to be uncommon; when it occurs, it is usually mild, although severe cases and few deaths have been reported. (...) WHO guidance on home care for patients with suspected COVID-19 who present with mild symptoms and when managing their contacts is available4. (...) Depending on local testing strategy and capacity, mild and moderate patients may not be tested, and simply advised to self-isolate in either a cohorted community facility or at home.
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Score: 975197.5 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...irus_isolationwardguidance.pdf
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PROPOSAL ON REGULATING VIRUSES
(b) The proportion, in direct progeny, of plants showing symptoms of mild or severe virus diseases should not exceed: • 0 per cent for Pre-Basic TC class • 0.5 per cent for Pre-Basic class. 2. (...) Incorporation of the terms in this glossary signifies their unique use by countries, which have adopted the Standard. Mild virus diseases: Diseases which manifest themselves only by leaf discolorations or mottle (mild mosaic) and may not be easily discernible by visual inspection. The following viruses are usually the causes of mild virus diseases: PVX or PVS. Strains of PVY may be considered mild when observing symptoms only Potato leaf roll disease: A severe virus disease caused by potato leaf roll virus (PLRV).
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Score: 974868.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RADE/C/WP.7/GE.6/2014/7&Lang=E
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CODIFICATION OF HAZARD AND PRECAUTIONARY STATEMENTS : ADDENDUM 1 / TRANSMITTED BY THE REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE EUROPEAN CHEMICAL INDUSTRY COUNCIL (CEFIC) ON BEHALF OF THE PRECAUTIONARY STATEMENTS CORRESPONDENCE WORKING GROUP
- manufacturer/supplier or competent authority may specify a cleansing agent if appropriate. Acute toxicity – dermal (chapter 3.1) 1, 2 ... (...) - if immediate measures such as specific cleansing agent is advised. P322 Specific measures (see ... on this label). (...) - if measures such as specific cleansing agent is advised. ST/SG /A C .10/C .4/2006/8/A dd.1 page 27 Code Response precautionary statements Hazard class Hazard category Conditions for use (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Acute toxicity – oral (chapter 3.1) 1, 2, 3, 4 P330 Rinse mouth.
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Score: 973952.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../AC.10/C.4/2006/8/ADD.1&Lang=E
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United Nations Office on Genocide Prevention and the Responsibility to Protect English Français Search Search Home About Us The Special Advisers Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide Special Adviser on the Responsibility to Protect The Office Mandate Methodology Strategy Partners FAQ Employment Contact Us Our Work Early Warning Advising and Mobilising Overview Hate Speech Strategy Enhancing Capacity Raising Awareness Advancing R to P implementation Atrocity Crimes Definitions Genocide Crimes Against Humanity War Crimes "Ethnic Cleansing" Legal Framework International Law Genocide Convention Prevention Response Accountability Responsibility to Protect About 15th Anniversary Overview High Level Event UN Secretary-General General Assembly Security Council Human Rights Council Member States Regional Organisations Civil Society Key Documents Media Public Statements Op-eds News Photo exhibition Publications & Resources Responsibility to Protect About 15th Anniversary United Nations Member States Regional Organisations Civil Society Key Documents Member States General Assembly discusses Responsibility to Protect. UN Photo/Rick Bajornas The principle of the Responsibility to Protect reaffirms the primary responsibility of the State to protect its population from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity. That responsibility is grounded on well-established legal obligations that entail an obligation not only to punish atrocity crimes but also to prevent them. (...) Several global and regional networks dedicated to preventing genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity have also been established by States in recent years.
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Score: 970638 - https://www.un.org/en/genocideprevention/member-states.shtml
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. • People with Zika virus disease usually have a mild fever, skin rash and conjunctivitis (red eyes) for 2-7 days. • There is no specific treatment or vaccine currently available. • The best way to prevent the disease is by protecting yourself against mosquito bites. • The virus occurs in tropical and subtropical areas with large mosquito populations, and is known to circulate in Africa, the Americas, Asia and the Pacific. • Based on available evidence, the World Health Organisation is not recommending travel restrictions related to Zika virus disease. HEALTH RISKS • For most people, the symptoms are mild but little is yet known about the long term complications of the disease. • The highest health risk appears to be to women who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, as the virus may be linked to an increase in babies born with microcephaly (small heads due to abnormal brain development). • Spread of the virus through blood transfusion and sexual contact has been reported. SYMPTOMS • The incubation period (the time from exposure to symptoms) of Zika is likely to be a few days. • The symptoms – which include fever, skin rashes, conjunctivitis (red eyes), muscle and joint pain, tiredness and headache – are similar to other infections, such as dengue. • The symptoms are usually mild and normally last for 2-7 days. • Seek for medical advice if you think you have symptoms of Zika virus disease.
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Score: 970346.7 - https://www.icao.int/safety/CA...ka/zika-factsheet-air-crew.pdf
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But take a closer look and it becomes evident that some students have mild to moderate impairments.  Patricia is one such student. With mild cerebral palsy, Patricia has difficulties with movement, and struggles to use her motor skills. (...) Today, more than 450 teachers in Sandema are trained in inclusive education, and children in Sandema with mild to moderate disabilities are able to go any of the 83 basic schools in the district. 
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Score: 969905.1 - https://www.unicef.org/ghana/s...se-i-can-learn-patricias-story
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Clinical trials did show some variation in the levels of efficacy against infection and mild disease. But all the COVID-19 vaccines authorized by WHO have a very high rate of efficacy against serious illness and death, which is their main purpose. (...) If you do get COVID-19 after you have been vaccinated, your symptoms are more likely to be mild. What should you expect from the COVID-19 vaccine you receive? (...) You may also experience some mild side effects after you have been vaccinated, such as a sore arm, head or body aches, a mild fever or tiredness.
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Score: 969905.1 - https://www.unicef.org/armenia...re-some-vaccines-better-others
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The government has come up with a guideline that COVID-19 patients with mild symptoms will be asked to stay at home. How do you look at this guideline? (...) There's no need to put people with mild symptoms in hospital beds because they do not need medical attention; they do not need oxygen. The patient will feel like when he/she is suffering from a cold or a mild flu or even less. So these people can do perfectly well by staying at home.
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Score: 969463.9 - https://www.who.int/nepal/news...what-does-who-evidence-tell-us
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REPORT OF THE JOINT MEETING OF THE RID COMMITTEE OF EXPERTS AND THE WORKING PARTY ON THE TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS ON ITS SESSION HELD IN GENEVA FROM 15 TO 18 SEPTEMBER 2008 : ADDENDUM
At the time it had been noted that it would not be easy to reach a decision on broadening the definition of “mild steel”, as the limit values for minimum tensile strength were the same in the definition of mild steel applicable to UN portable tanks (chapter 6.7) and in the definition applicable to RID/ADR tanks (chapter 6.8). At that time, the proposal to tolerate steels considered as mild steels under the EN standards had been rejected as well, and it had been suggested that a proposal to extend the values in the definition of “mild steel” should be submitted to the United Nations Sub-Committee. (...) The adoption of the proposal contained in document ECE/TRANS/WP.15/AC.1/2008/15 was said to be justified by the fact that the current 6.8.2.1.18 favoured steels meeting the RID/ADR definition of “mild steel”, rather than the mild steels of the EN standards, which: (a) Had better strength values; (b) Furthermore, were of equal or higher quality; (c) Did not, however, meet the requirements of the definition of “mild steel” set out in the UN Model Regulations.
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Score: 965751.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...NS/WP.15/AC.1/112/ADD.1&Lang=E
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