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Buscaglia’s term may have been extended if fresh funding of USD 11 million for a new project had been confirmed, the question of whether or not he would be extended is unrelated to his status as a complainant/whistleblower in the OIOS investigation.
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Score: 415706.35 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2012-unat-202.pdf
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Violation of her privacy rights and defamation of character: This includes the decision to state that the Applicant’s claims had been found to be “unsubstantiated” in a press release distributed to every UN staff member working on human rights, the world media, and almost 2 million direct followers of OHCHR on social media.
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Score: 415706.35 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2020-082.pdf
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The number of international migrants world- wide reaches an all-time high  In 2013, the number of international migrants worldwide reached 232 million, up from 175 million in 2000 and 154 million in 1990. (...) Northern America hosted the third largest number of internation- al migrants in 2013 (53 million), followed by Africa (19 million), Latin America and the Caribbean (9 million), and Oceania (8 million) (figure 2). (...) The Russian Federation hosted the second largest number of migrants worldwide (11 million), followed by Germany (10 million), Saudi Arabia (9 million), and the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom (8 million each).
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Score: 413307.23 - https://www.un.org/development..._of_international_migrants.pdf
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“Out” Emigration (legal) Growth Rate (Very Rapid) 296.4 million 4.1 million - 2.4 million 900,000 800,000 -275,000 -225,000 1.0 % U.S. (...) Legal Permanent Resident (LPR) Aliens (11.8 million) 32% Temporary Legal Residents (1.3 million) 3% Unauthorized Migrants (11.1 million) 30% 37.0 Million Foreign-Born in 2005 Legal Status of ImmigrantsLegal Status of Immigrants Naturalized Citizens (former LPRs) (12.8 million) 34% Mexico is Largest Source of Unauthorized, Too Mexico is Largest Source of Unauthorized, Too 11.1 Million in March 2005 Other Latin America -- 22% 2.5 million Africa & Other -- 3% 0.4 million Europe & Canada -- 6% 0.6 million Asia -- 13% 1.5 million Mexico -- 56% 6.2 million Most Unauthorized Arrived Since 1990 Most Unauthorized Arrived Since 1990 11.1 Million in March 2005 (Analytic estimates) 1995-1999 3.2 million -- 29% (650,000 per year) 1990-94 2.2 million -- 20% (440,000 per year) 1980s 1.2 million -- 11% (120,000 per year) 2000-05 4.5 million – 41% (850,000 per year) 0 250 500 750 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 Rise, Peak, Decline, & ?? (...) Citizen Children 3.1 million 64% of kids Adult Women 3.9 million 42% of Adults Adult Men 5.4 million 58% of Adults “Mixed Status” Families Common Among Unauthorized “Mixed Status” Families Common Among Unauthorized 6.6 Million Unauthorized Families No Children 59% 3.9 million families With Only Non-Citizen Children 11% 725,000 families With Both US Citizen & Non-Citizen Children 7% -- 460,000 families (“Mixed”) With Only US Citizen Children 23% 1.5 million families “Mixed” Solo Men 37% 2.4-2.5 million Solo Women 11% -- 730,000 Couples 10% -- 630,000 Other 1.5% -- 90,000 Children of Unauthorized Mostly in “Mixed Status” Families Children of Unauthorized Mostly in “Mixed Status” Families 4.9 Million Children of Unauthorized US Citizen Children with Unauthorized Siblings 13% -- 630,000 children “Mixed” Unauthorized Children Only 24% 1.2 million children Not “Mixed” Unauthorized Children with US Citizen Siblings 13% 620,000 children “Mixed” US Citizen Children Only 51% 2.6 million children “Mixed” 12% 35% 35% 36% 44% 19% 22% 43% 17% 27% 54% 33% 11% 16% 37% 16% 9% 30% Natz.Citz.
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Score: 413189.3 - https://www.un.org/development...iles/unpd_om_200606_passel.pdf
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Africa (25 million), Latin America and the Caribbean (10 million) and Oceania (8 million) combined hosted around 43 million, or 17 per cent, of the global total (figure 1). (...) Saudi Arabia and Germany hosted the second and third largest numbers of migrants (12.2 million each), followed by the Russian Federation (11.7 million), the United Kingdom (8.8 million), the United Arab Emirates (8.3 million), France and Canada (7.9 million each), Australia (7.0 million) and Spain (5.9 million). (...) Migrants from Mexico constituted the second largest “diaspora” in the world (13.0 million), followed by those from the Russian Federation (10.6 million), China (10.0 million), Bangladesh (7.5 million), the Syrian Arab Republic (6.9 million), Pakistan (6.0 million), Ukraine (5.9 million), the Philippines (5.7 million) and the United Kingdom (4.9 million).
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Score: 412069.1 - https://www.un.org/development...020/Jan/un_2017_factsheet5.pdf
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Of the 232 million total foreign-born in 2013, 71 per cent, or 164 million, were born in the South. 2. (...) They accounted for about 19 million foreign-born living in Europe, 16 million in Northern America and 3 million in Oceania. (...) In 2013, the United States hosted some 13 million persons born in Mexico. There were also about 2.2 million foreign-born from China, 2.1 million from India and 2.0 million from the Philippines living in the United States.
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Score: 411148.93 - https://www.un.org/development...south-south_migration_2013.pdf
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In 2019, regionally, Europe hosts the largest number of international migrants (82 million), followed by Northern America (59 million) and Northern Africa and Western Asia (49 million). (...) Germany and Saudi Arabia host the second and third largest numbers of migrants (13 million each), followed by the Russian Federation (12 million), the United Kingdom (10 million), the United Arab Emirates (9 million), France, Canada and Australia (around 8 million each) and Italy (6 million). Concerning their place of birth, one-third of all international migrants originate from only ten countries, with India as the lead country of origin, accounting for about 18 million persons living abroad. Migrants from Mexico constituted the second largest “diaspora” (12 million), followed by China (11 million), the Russian Federation (10 million) and the Syrian Arab Republic (8 million).
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Score: 409041.87 - https://www.un.org/development..._pop_ims2019_press_release.pdf
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A green transition, including a shift to renewable energy, the manufacturing of electric vehicles and construction of energy-efficient buildings, will create 24 million jobs by 2030, far more than the 6 million that could be lost. 2. (...) Jobs in renewable energy reached 11.5 million globally in 2019. 6. Heat stress could reduce total working hours worldwide by 2.2 per cent – a productivity loss equivalent to 80 million full-time jobs — and could cut global gross domestic product by $2.4 trillion in 2030. 7. (...) Solar photovoltaic industries created some 3.8 million jobs in 2019. Other large generators of new jobs in renewable energy were biofuels at 2.5 million jobs, hydropower at close to 2 million jobs and wind at 1.2 million jobs. 9.
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Score: 408557.28 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.un.org/files/fastfacts_jobs.pdf
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UNDESA, New York 18-19 April 2013 State of the world ’s marine fisheries Ecosystem services from oceans Food and water Food and water TransportationTransportation EnergyEnergy Pharmaceutical s Pharmaceutical s Cultural significance Cultural significance Means of social interaction Means of social interaction Shoreline protection Shoreline protection Building materials Building materials Tradeabl e products Tradeabl e products Major changes over last 20 years Rising demand for fish & fishery products Increase in global aquaculture production Growth in world trade of fish & fishery products Global call for responsible governance Fish as food 128 million tonnes Record 18.4 kg/capita 47% from aquaculture Main source of animal protein for 17% population Essential for human health and brain development Global production 156.2 million tonnes total Total value US$217.5 billion Capture : 93.5 million tonnes ¨ marine: 82.4 million ¨ inland : 11.1 million Aquaculture : 62.7 million tonnes Marine capture fisheries 93.5 million tonnes in 2011 8.3 million from Peruvian anchoveta Variations in catch trends Inland fisheries >11 million tonnes Catch statistics poor Resources vulnerable to habitat degradation Contribution to food & nutrition security underestimated Aquaculture Fastest-growing food sector 62.7 million tonnes in 2011 Value US$130 billion China produces >60% total Fishers & fish farmers Major growth in employment Nearly 55 million – mostly small-scale, rural Including secondary sector – over half women 10-12% world’s population depend on fisheries Fishing fleets 4.3 million fishing vessels 74% in marine waters 60% powered by engines • 86% less than 12m • <2% industrial Fish trade & ecolabelling Global trade worth US$ 109 billion 2010 38% exported Developing countries account for over 50% world fish exports Growing demand for certification Major challenges Coastal degradation Overfishing Climate change ...
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Score: 408065.19 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...GRAINGER_UNDESA_April2013_.pdf
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Nearly two thirds of all international migrants live in Europe (76 million) or Asia (75 million). Northern America hosts the third largest number of international migrants (54 million), followed by Africa (21 million), Latin America and the Caribbean (9 million) and Oceania (8 million). (...) Europe added the second largest number of international migrants between 2000 and 2015 (20 million, or 1.3 million per year), followed by Northern America (14 million, or 0.9 million per year) and Africa (6 million, or 0.4 million per year). (...) Other countries with large diasporas include the Russian Federation (11 million), China (10 million), Bangladesh (7 million), and Pakistan and the Ukraine (6 million each).
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Score: 407790.1 - https://www.un.org/development...020/Jan/un_2015_factsheet4.pdf
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