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Kaurareg peoples are a colonized and a dependent population, st i l l l iving in their own non-self-governing territory, who have been denied: a. natural justice for their inalienable right to exercise self-determination and to promote and protect their cultural heritage, and b. natural justice to their inalienable right to freely choose a legit imate form of self-government in which to create their future Background 1.1. (...) Kaurareg were denied natural justice a second time in 1946 when the UN Secretary General asked member States to identify colonized or dependent populations inhabit ing terri tories under their administration or occupying non-self -governing terri tories. (...) Kaurareg were denied natural justice a third time in 1960 when the United Nations responded to the growing threat and problems created by the evils of colonization.
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Score: 1595214.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...auraregAboriginalLandTrust.pdf
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Rural productive female working hour = 6 colones per hour (US$ 0.68) are calculated considering forty working hours a week on the basis of the rural female salary average (971.54 monthly colones, US$ 111,03). (...) The economic quantification is around 5.000 colones (US$ 566.6) by home. In the rural areas, 74% of the surveyed sample lost goods with an average value of 4.429 colones (US$ 506.2) by home. (...) An economic quantification of the women time dedicated to emergency and rehabilitation tasks is 181.64 colones (US $ 20.75) a day in the urban area and 96 colones (US$ 10.9) by day in the rural area, where the average female salary is lower.
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Score: 1479096.8 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...ge/documents/EP9-2001Nov26.pdf
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The men grouped themselves into social clubs and revolving contributions, characterized by drinking palm wine accompanied with cola-nuts. A British colonizer confessed that, everything in this community was done to the tune of eating and drinking. (...) Things were evolving in the Moko-oh indigenous community, like in the English, German or French communities, until the disruptive forces of colonization were unleashed and the process brought to an abrupt end and the festive life of the Moko-oh people became a night-mere, as they were chased away and deprived of their natural resources and their natural way of life. (...) Colonization did not only disrupt the evolution and development of indigenous medical and health systems; but endeavored and with success to denigrate and relegate them to the background, exulting the convention systems.
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Score: 1389934 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...es/EMRIP/Health/AFTRADEMOP.pdf
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Some Trichoderma strains are able to colonize and grow on roots as they develop. Once they come into contact with roots, they colonize the root surface. If this agent is used for seed treatment, it will probably colonize roots deeply in soil. The other characteristic is that the strains persist for long time in soil. (...) The strain 251 of Paecilomyces lilacinus is a naturally occurring fungus, which is quite effective against nematodes that attack plant roots.
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Score: 1377854.6 - https://www.fao.org/agricultur.../methyl-bromide/alt/bioalt/en/
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Some Trichoderma strains are able to colonize and grow on roots as they develop. Once they come into contact with roots, they colonize the root surface. If this agent is used for seed treatment, it will probably colonize roots deeply in soil. The other characteristic is that the strains persist for long time in soil. (...) The strain 251 of Paecilomyces lilacinus is a naturally occurring fungus, which is quite effective against nematodes that attack plant roots.
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Score: 1377854.6 - https://www.fao.org/agricultur.../methyl-bromide/alt/bioalt/ar/
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Some Trichoderma strains are able to colonize and grow on roots as they develop. Once they come into contact with roots, they colonize the root surface. If this agent is used for seed treatment, it will probably colonize roots deeply in soil. The other characteristic is that the strains persist for long time in soil. (...) The strain 251 of Paecilomyces lilacinus is a naturally occurring fungus, which is quite effective against nematodes that attack plant roots.
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Score: 1377854.6 - https://www.fao.org/agricultur.../methyl-bromide/alt/bioalt/ru/
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Human rights for the colonized Skip to main content English Français Español Русский العربية 中文 Português O’zbek Enter your keywords Search Leave this field blank You must enable JavaScript to view the search results. menu login Member States Staff Intranet UNESCO Building peace in the minds of men and women Toggle navigation In brief Introducing UNESCO Mission and Mandate UNESCO House Strategic Transformation Portal Who's Who? (...) The reflection of frustrations Formulations of human rights naturally tend to reflect the major frustrations of those who make them. (...) He is best known for his book, Soviet Light on the Colonies , published in 1944. 2018-4 About Latest Issue News & Views Online Archives Subscribe Our Team cou_cover_en_4.png Download × Human rights for the colonized Download:  English Français Español Русский العربية 中文 Português Esperanto Sardu Sicilianu Close Subscribe × Human rights for the colonized Subscribe to our mailing list * indicates required Email Address * First Name Last Name Languages English Français Español Русский 中文 العربية Portuguese Email Format html text Close UNESCO applies a zero tolerance policy against all forms of harassment   WWW.UNESCO.ORG Disclaimer of use Access to Information Policy Privacy Policy UNESCO Name & Logo FAQ Environmental and Social Policies Protection of human rights : Procedure 104 Transparency Portal Scam alert Report fraud, abuse, misconduct © UNESCO 2021
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Score: 1376068.2 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/2018-4/human-rights-colonized
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Support for the strengthening of responsible governance of tenure in the Americas | Program of Brazil-FAO International Cooperation | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english Português Español Program of Brazil-FAO International Cooperation Program Summary Projects News Events Resources Courses Partners Consolidation School Feeding Programs in Latin America and the Caribbean More Cotton Without Hunger 2025 Initiative Strengthening of responsible governance of tenure Governance and public policies for sustainable and adequate food systems Strengthening School Feeding Programs in Latin America and the Caribbean Food and Nutritional Security Strengthening the Civil society Agro-Environmental Policies Activation of RAA Public Procurement within Rural Family Farming Rural Extension Technical Assistance Support for the strengthening of responsible governance of tenure in the Americas Since their adoption in May 2012, the Voluntary Guidelines on Responsible Governance of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the context of national food security (The Guidelines), negotiated under the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) by the joint of representatives of the member states, civil society and the private sector, have been used in the Latin America and Caribbean region as a tool to face historical challenges in the governance of tenure, of which the following can be mentioned: unequal access and management of natural resources. the high level of informality in tenure. the particular difficulty of access to natural resources by people from marginalized groups (women, indigenous peoples, youth, small producers). The project In 2017, during the High-Level Meeting on Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in Latin America and the Caribbean, organized by FAO and the National Institute for Colonization and Agrarian Reform (INCRA) of Brazil , the participants highlighted the need to advance on the issues of land administration systems, institutional strengthening, reduction of gender and youth gaps in access to natural resources, and concrete mechanisms of South-South cooperation among countries. In this sense, as an operational response, the trilateral South-South cooperation project ´Support for the strengthening of responsible governance of tenure in America´ was designed, an alliance between the FAO Office for Latin America and the Caribbean, the Agency Brazilian Cooperation (ABC) and the National Institute for Colonization and Agrarian Reform (INCRA). The focus of the activities is to carry out and support implementation activities of the Guidelines at the regional and national levels, as well as to systematize these experiences through a political dialogue committee and to improve the capacity to monitor the implementation of the Guidelines.
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Score: 1371689.1 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...ponsible-governance-tenure/en/
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Support for the strengthening of responsible governance of tenure in the Americas | Program of Brazil-FAO International Cooperation | Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture FAO.org english français Português Español Program of Brazil-FAO International Cooperation Program Summary Projects News Events Resources Courses Partners Consolidation School Feeding Programs in Latin America and the Caribbean More Cotton Without Hunger 2025 Initiative Strengthening of responsible governance of tenure Governance and public policies for sustainable and adequate food systems Strengthening School Feeding Programs in Latin America and the Caribbean Food and Nutritional Security Strengthening the Civil society Agro-Environmental Policies Activation of RAA Public Procurement within Rural Family Farming Rural Extension Technical Assistance Support for the strengthening of responsible governance of tenure in the Americas Since their adoption in May 2012, the Voluntary Guidelines on Responsible Governance of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the context of national food security (The Guidelines), negotiated under the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) by the joint of representatives of the member states, civil society and the private sector, have been used in the Latin America and Caribbean region as a tool to face historical challenges in the governance of tenure, of which the following can be mentioned: unequal access and management of natural resources. the high level of informality in tenure. the particular difficulty of access to natural resources by people from marginalized groups (women, indigenous peoples, youth, small producers). The project In 2017, during the High-Level Meeting on Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in Latin America and the Caribbean, organized by FAO and the National Institute for Colonization and Agrarian Reform (INCRA) of Brazil , the participants highlighted the need to advance on the issues of land administration systems, institutional strengthening, reduction of gender and youth gaps in access to natural resources, and concrete mechanisms of South-South cooperation among countries. In this sense, as an operational response, the trilateral South-South cooperation project ´Support for the strengthening of responsible governance of tenure in America´ was designed, an alliance between the FAO Office for Latin America and the Caribbean, the Agency Brazilian Cooperation (ABC) and the National Institute for Colonization and Agrarian Reform (INCRA). The focus of the activities is to carry out and support implementation activities of the Guidelines at the regional and national levels, as well as to systematize these experiences through a political dialogue committee and to improve the capacity to monitor the implementation of the Guidelines.
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Score: 1371689.1 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...ponsible-governance-tenure/fr/
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Support for the strengthening of responsible governance of tenure in the Americas | Program of Brazil-FAO International Cooperation | Продовольственная и сельскохозяйственная организация Объединенных Наций FAO.org english Português Русский Español Program of Brazil-FAO International Cooperation Program Summary Projects News Events Resources Courses Partners Consolidation School Feeding Programs in Latin America and the Caribbean More Cotton Without Hunger 2025 Initiative Strengthening of responsible governance of tenure Governance and public policies for sustainable and adequate food systems Strengthening School Feeding Programs in Latin America and the Caribbean Food and Nutritional Security Strengthening the Civil society Agro-Environmental Policies Activation of RAA Public Procurement within Rural Family Farming Rural Extension Technical Assistance Support for the strengthening of responsible governance of tenure in the Americas Since their adoption in May 2012, the Voluntary Guidelines on Responsible Governance of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the context of national food security (The Guidelines), negotiated under the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) by the joint of representatives of the member states, civil society and the private sector, have been used in the Latin America and Caribbean region as a tool to face historical challenges in the governance of tenure, of which the following can be mentioned: unequal access and management of natural resources. the high level of informality in tenure. the particular difficulty of access to natural resources by people from marginalized groups (women, indigenous peoples, youth, small producers). The project In 2017, during the High-Level Meeting on Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in Latin America and the Caribbean, organized by FAO and the National Institute for Colonization and Agrarian Reform (INCRA) of Brazil , the participants highlighted the need to advance on the issues of land administration systems, institutional strengthening, reduction of gender and youth gaps in access to natural resources, and concrete mechanisms of South-South cooperation among countries. In this sense, as an operational response, the trilateral South-South cooperation project ´Support for the strengthening of responsible governance of tenure in America´ was designed, an alliance between the FAO Office for Latin America and the Caribbean, the Agency Brazilian Cooperation (ABC) and the National Institute for Colonization and Agrarian Reform (INCRA). The focus of the activities is to carry out and support implementation activities of the Guidelines at the regional and national levels, as well as to systematize these experiences through a political dialogue committee and to improve the capacity to monitor the implementation of the Guidelines.
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Score: 1371689.1 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...ponsible-governance-tenure/ru/
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