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Clothes don’t make a man, but they make children happy | UNICEF Skip to main content Bosnia and Herzegovina Toggle navigation Bosanski/Hrvatski/Srpski English Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Bosnia and Herzegovina Explore UNICEF About us Ambassadors Contact us Our Representative Our team Press centre Donirajte Main navigation What We Do Research and Reports Stories Take Action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Clothes don’t make a man, but they make children happy During the previous year, UNICEF provided nearly 1000 children with winter and summer shoes and clothing Simona Ruznic UNICEF/Midzic Available in: Bosanski/Hrvatski/Srpski English 15 December 2021 There is an old saying  ‘’Clothes don’t make a man’’, and while we agree that it carries an important wisdom of not judging person’s character by their clothing and outward appearance, nice and warm clothes certainly do make everyone, especially children, happy. (...) UNICEF/Midzic Zaynab*, a mother of five from Jordan, says  how satisfied she is  with all the items her children received: ‘’These clothes are great; they are nice-looking and modern. This is the first time my 6-month-old daughter got appropriate baby clothes.
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CURRICULA VITAE OF CANDIDATES NOMINATED BY NATIONAL GROUPS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
A/63/188 S/2008/504 21 08-44557 6. Visiting professorships Visiting Professor (“Cátedra Simón Bolivar”) at the University of Los Andes (Mérida, Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) 1981 and 1982); Visiting Professor at the Institut des Hautes Études Internationales, University of Paris-II (Panthéon- Sorbonne, sessions of 1988-1989); Visiting Professor at the University of Ferrara, Italy (1983 and 1986); Visiting Professor (elected by the Congregation) of the University of Lisbon (1993); Visiting Professor at Columbia University (1st semester 1998); Visiting Professor at Tulane Law School, Tulane University, New Orleans (1st semester, 1999); Visiting Professor at the Universities of Seville and Deusto (Bilbao, Spain) (1st semester, 2002); Visiting Professor at Washington College of Law, American University (May/June 2003, 2004, 2006); Visiting Professor at the Autonomous University of Madrid/Foundation Ortega y Gasset. 7.
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Report: AHG on coding efficiency improvements ITU - Telecommunications Standardization Sector STUDY GROUP 16 Question 6 Video Coding Experts Group (VCEG) 28th Meeting: Nice, FR, 17-18 October, 2005 Document VCEG-AA06 Filename: VCEG-AA06.doc Question: Q.6/SG16 (VCEG) Source: Thomas Wedi Panasonic R&D Center Germany Monzastr. 4c 63225 Langen, Germany TK Tan NTT DoCoMo, Inc Multimedia Laboratories 3-5, Hikarinooka, Yokosuka, Kanagawa, 239-8536 Japan Tel: Email: Tel: Email: +49 6103 766 1194 Thomas.Wedi@eu.panasonic.com +65 9799 3861 tktan@spg.yrp.nttdocomo.co.jp Title: AHG report – Coding Efficiency Improvements Purpose: Report _____________________________ This contribution reports on the AHG discussions that took place between the Busan meeting and the Nice meeting. (...) This should be clarified during the meeting in Nice. · New ideas to improve coding efficiency On the reflector and during the Geneva meeting new ideas have been discussed that are related to coding efficiency improvements: e.g. blur-compensation and adaptive flipping picture. · Common test conditions: A revised document on common conditions was posted on the reflector and discussed. (...) The adhoc recommends that this document be discussed and refined at the meeting in Nice. File:VCEG-AA06d1.doc Page: 1 Date Printed: 10/17/2005
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Score: 1024562.1 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...eo-site/0510_Nic/VCEG-AA06.doc
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UNITED NATIONS PENSION SYSTEM : NOTE
A/C. 5/45177 English Page 12 Resolution No. 43 Adjustment of Pensions The plenipotentiary Conference of the International Telecommunication Union (Nice, 1989), recalling Resolution No. 61 of the Plenipotentiary Conference (Nairobi, 1982), relating to the adjustment of the level of pensions, having considered the reports of the Administrative Council, the Secretary-General and the lTU Staff Pension Committee, acknol'lledging the concern of the ITU staff about the level of pensions in the present system and possible subsequent changes to it, as well as the potential effects of future monetary fluctuations and inflation, concerned by the fact that no long-term solution has yet been found which satisfies the concerns expressed by the staff on this issue, further concerned by the fact that the pension benefits of ITU staff retiring in any country of the world are not guaranteed at a level equivalent to that prevailing at the base of the system (New York) and by the resulting uncertainties which weigh heavily on the future level of pensions and their consequences for the staff in the professional and higher categories retiring to countries with strong currencies, noting that the United Nations General Assembly has commissioned reviews of staff remuneration, conditions of service and pensions and is to take decisions on these matters by the end of 1990, noting further that interim measures have been taken within the framework of the United Nations common system to reduce the impact of currrency fluctuations cnd that / ... (...) COM5/1 adopted by the ITU Plenipotentiary Conference (Nice, 1989) was transmitted to the United Nations Joint Staff Pension Board (UNJSPB) and the United Nations bodies responsible for conditions of service in the common system; observing that the special session of the UNJSPB held in Rome from 20 to 23 February 1990 acknowledged that the long-term objective would be full income replacement and that the ITU proposal based on the principle of a Pension Purchasing Power Protection Insurance (PPPPI) could provide a valid means of achieving that objective; concerned that due account should be taken, in the decisions to be taken by th~ United Nations General Assembly towards the end of 1990, of the objectives laid down in the ITU proposal, as adopted by its Plenipotentiary Conference (Nice, 1989); noting the persistent concerns of the Union's staff on account of the prevailing climate of insecurity and instability regarding pension levels in the common system, despite the many interventions by all the ITU organs since 1972; reiterates its request to the competent bodies in the common system that a lasting and equitable solution should be found as soon as possible on the question of income replacement, with benefits everywhere comparable to those prevailing at the base of the system (New York), and that to this end the ITU proposal (PPPPI) should be given due consideration; resolve~ to instruct the Secretary-General to bring this Resolution to the attention of the 40th session of the UNJSPB and of the forty-fifth session of the United Nations General Assembly (...) COM5/1 adopted by the ITU Plenipotentiary Conference (Nice, 1989) was transmitted to the United Nations Joint Staff Pension Board (UNJSPB) and the United Nations bodies responsible for conditions of service in the common system; observing that the special session of the UNJSPB held in Rome from 20 to 23 February 1990 acknowledged that the long-term objective would be full income replacement and that the ITU proposal based on the principle of a Pension Purchasing Power Protection Insurance (PPPPI) could provide a valid means of achieving that objective; concerned that due account should be taken, in the decisions to be taken by th~ United Nations General Assembly towards the end of 1990, of the objectives laid down in the ITU proposal, as adopted by its Plenipotentiary Conference (Nice, 1989); noting the persistent concerns of the Union's staff on account of the prevailing climate of insecurity and instability regarding pension levels in the common system, despite the many interventions by all the ITU organs since 1972; reiterates its request to the competent bodies in the common system that a lasting and equitable solution should be found as soon as possible on the question of income replacement, with benefits everywhere comparable to those prevailing at the base of the system (New York), and that to this end the ITU proposal (PPPPI) should be given due consideration; resolve~ to instruct the Secretary-General to bring this Resolution to the attention of the 40th session of the UNJSPB and of the forty-fifth session of the United Nations General Assembly
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HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATIONS THAT REQUIRE THE COUNCIL<U+2019>S ATTENTION : WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY JUBILEE CAMPAIGN
They are filling me with all that I want to eat. They provide a nice place for me to sleep.”10 Despite this video raising hopes of his safety and health, it was confirmed that Pastor Andimi was killed after the Church community was unable to raise the full two million naira ransom price, and due to the fact that Pastor Andimi was relentless in his devotion to God.11 Only a few days following Pastor Andimi’s tragic murder, another video circulated in which 22-year-old University of Maiduguri student Ropvil Daciya Dayep was shot and killed by a child soldier of the Boko Haram-affiliated Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP).12 Before committing the murder, the young child speaks in both Arabic and Hausa, stating that this was an act of revenge against Nigerian Christians, that “we will not stop,” and that “we must avenge bloodshed that has been done like this one….”13 These murders exhibit a recent rise in Islamist violence and murder of Christian individuals. (...) appid=78f8e09004444d718cd7bb763c94f55a A/HRC/43/NGO/15 4 In November 2019, Baroness Caroline Cox visited five villages that fell victim to attacks by Fulani militants, where 116 had collectively been killed.21 Baroness Cox concluded in her report that over 1,000 Christians have been killed since January 2019, in addition to the total of over 6,000 deaths since 2015.22 In speaking with grieving victims of the attacks, the victims describe mutilations, abductions, dismemberments, bombings, rapes of Christian men, women, and young children, as well as the arson, theft, and desecration of churches, farmland, religious materials, and homes.23 The Uppsala Conflict Data Program reports a large increase in violence committed by Fulani militants from 2017 (556 deaths) to 2018 (1302 deaths).24 While there was an observed increase in violence in which Fulani militants were the primary actor, the number of incidents in which Nigerian Christians were the perpetrators or instigators has drastically decreased from 2000 (1853 deaths) to 2018 (36 deaths).25 In January 2020, a series of attacks by Fulani militants on Christian communities led to the deaths of 14 members of the Church of Christ in Nations as well as the deaths of human rights worker Dalyop Solomon Mwantiri, as well as Christian mother Mary Machief and her infant child.26 Recommendations to the Government of Nigeria Jubilee Campaign urges the State of Nigeria to: • Publicly condemn and take actions to prosecute those committing acts of violence against religious groups, such as Fulani militants and Boko Haram militants (...) • Offer support to the victims of the terrorist 21 https://www.hart-uk.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Nigeria-Visit-Final-Report_Nov-2019-1-1.pdf 22 https://www.hart-uk.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Nigeria-Visit-Final-Report_Nov-2019-1-1.pdf 23 https://www.hart-uk.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Nigeria-Visit-Final-Report_Nov-2019-1-1.pdf 24 https://ucdp.uu.se/actor/607 25 https://ucdp.uu.se/actor/607 26 https://www.christianpost.com/news/muslim-fulani-herdsmen-kill-16-christians-in-nigeria-govt-condemned-for- inaction.html
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Advocacy booklet - voices of children on poverty in Trinidad | UNICEF Eastern Caribbean Skip to main content Eastern Caribbean Toggle navigation Global links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Eastern Caribbean Explore UNICEF About us Where We Work Voices Work For Unicef Contact Us Press centre Donate Main navigation What We Do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) A non-poor community was thought to be gated, clean, contained big concrete houses, nice cars, swimming pools, trained dogs, good roads and proper street lighting.
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Score: 1013642.3 - https://www.unicef.org/eastern...ices-children-poverty-trinidad
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Innovative humanitarian solutions | UNICEF Office of Innovation  Skip to main content Office of Innovation  Toggle navigation Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Office of Innovation  Explore the Office of Innovation About us Job vacancies Contact us Press Centre Main navigation What we do Research and Reports Stories Take Action Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max 0B792406-3C90-48E8-AF22-4D48618D699F Created with sketchtool. Search results Innovative humanitarian solutions Document 11/26/2021 Drones for SDGs Toolkit Learn more about UNICEF's work in Drones and how to access and contribute to the Drones for SDGs Toolkit Download file (PDF, 13,67 MB) Link 11/13/2018 The Human-Centred Design Process Questions to ask and activities to pursue when investigating challenges involving people Link 11/13/2018 Demand for Health Services Workbook Applying the Human-Centred approach to demand-related challenges Link 11/13/2018 Digital Interventions for Lasting Impact Explore design that responds to people and the systems that surround them Link 11/09/2018 Un-chained: Experiments and Learnings in Crypto at UNICEF Immerse in the potential era of Blockchain for Development Article 11/18/2015 Budding Designers: Keep Social Impact in Mind Create things that are not only nice to have, but also that people need to have Article 11/13/2015 Human-centered Approaches for Innovation UNICEF Global Innovations Summit Day 1 Footer Office of Innovation Home What we do Research and reports Stories Social Footer Secondary Legal Contact us Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1013642.3 - https://www.unicef.org/innovat...ovative-humanitarian-solutions
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End S1/2014 • Official start of Vision sûreté on 25th June 2014 • 1st cooperation agreement signed on 27th June 2014 with Nice airport • Other interested airports End S1/2014 • Official start of Vision sûreté on 25th June 2014 • 1st cooperation agreement signed on 27th June 2014 with Nice airport • Other interested airports S2/2014 • 1st call for proposal for local projects • First trial at Nice airport • Agreements with 2 other airports -> trials in 2015 S2/2014 • 1st call for proposal for local projects • First trial at Nice airport • Agreements with 2 other airports -> trials in 2015 2015/2016 • Follow-up on local projects • Support from DGAC on local projects • Call for local projects 2015/2016 • Follow-up on local projects • Support from DGAC on local projects • Call for local projects S2 2016 • Analysis and feedback • Recommandations for an improved checkpoint to all the stakeholders S2 2016 • Analysis and feedback • Recommandations for an improved checkpoint to all the stakeholders Ministère de l'Écologie, du Développement durable et de l’Énergie Direction générale de l’Aviation civile A local project : NICE AIRPORT  Technical context (1/2) •October 2014‐ December 2015 •All terminals • Successive tests • Identification of  successful components 1st step Exploratory Phase • January – December 2016 •Refurbished terminal 1 • Simultaneous and  continuous tests • Feedbacks 2nd step Integrated  solution Ministère de l'Écologie, du Développement durable et de l’Énergie Direction générale de l’Aviation civile VISION Strategical axes Potential solutions for 2015  Explosives detection on passengers Traces, security scanners Explosives detection in cabin bags Traces, LEDs type C and D, ACBS, remote screening Detection of intention / tailored security measures to the passenger Behavorial analysis, unpredactibility, lanes with various security levels Involve the passenger in security Improvement of passenger’s preparation and communication Recognize the contribution of  security personnel Ergonomic changes in the screening infrastructure, consider weak signals Consistency Biometric or non biometric identification for passengers, supervision tools Efficiency Remote screening for cabin bags, supervision tools A local project : NICE AIRPORT  Technical context (2/2) Ministère de l'Écologie, du Développement durable et de l’Énergie Direction générale de l’Aviation civile Program values • Experimentations • Technical expertise • Quality control • Regulation • Course of action for R&D • Competitivity • Costs analysis • Throughput • Confidence • Ethics • Passenger services • Individual rights • Effectiveness • Risk analysis/management • Resilience • Shared security objectives with all stakeholders Security AeronauticalValue AnticipationEfficiency Ministère de l'Écologie, du Développement durable et de l’Énergie Direction générale de l’Aviation civile More information on the program ? 
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For further information, visit  UNICEFKidPower.org .   About the finalists: Please visit the  Wearables for Good Challenge  website for profiles on each of the finalists.   (...) For more information about UNICEF visit:  www.unicef.org . Follow us on  Twitter  and  Facebook . For more information about UNICEF’s work in innovation, visit our  website , read our  blog , and follow us on  Twitter .  
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., zauzimao je najvažniju poziciju izvršne vlasti u "ARK". Prema navodima optužnice, Momir Talić je 26. jula 1991. postavljen na du‘nost načelnika štaba/zamjenika komandanta 5. korpusa JNA. (...) Radoslav BRĐANIN uhapšen od strane SFOR-a: 6. jula 1999. prebačen na MKSJ: 6. jula 1999. prvo pojavljivanje pred Sudom: 12. jula 1999., izjasnio se da nije kriv po svim tačkama optužnice; 11. januara 2000. izjasnio se da nije kriv po svim tačkama izmijenjene optužnice Momir TALIĆ uhapšen 25. augusta 1999. u Austriji, od strane austrijskih vlasti prebačen na MKSJ: 25. augusta 1999. prvo pojavljivanje pred Sudom: 31. augusta 1999., izjasnio se da nije kriv po svim tačkama optužnice; 11. januara 2000. izjasnio se da nije kriv po svim tačkama izmijenjene optužnice PODACI O OPTUŽNICI Optužnica ("Krajina") U ispravljenoj verziji četvrte izmijenjene optužnice, koja je podnesena 10. decembra 2001., navodi se da su 1991. godine, vođe Srpske demokratske stranke ("SDS"), preko Kriznih štabova, počeli pripreme za fizičko preuzimanje vlasti u onim opštinama Bosne i Hercegovine u kojima Srbi nisu imali jasnu većinu, kao i za kasniju implementaciju opšteg plana etničkog čišćenja teritorija koje su se smatrale srpskim. (...) Zbog toga su Srbi bili spremni da vrše zločine nad svojim komšijama pod izgovorm da brane srpski narod. TAČKE OPTUŽNICE U optužnici se Brđanin i Talić terete na osnovu individualne krivične odgovornosti (član 7(1) Statuta Međunarodnog suda) i na osnovu krivične odgovornosti nadređenog (član 7(3)) za: genocid (član 4 – genocid; saučešće u genocidu); zločine protiv čovječnosti (član 5 – progoni, istrebljavanje, mučenje, deportacije, nečovječna djela (prisilno preseljavanje)); kršenja zakona i običaja ratovanja (član 3 – bezobzirno razaranje gradova, sela ili naselja ili pustošenje koje nije opravdano vojnom nuždom; razaranje ili hotimično oštećivanje vjerskih institucija); i teške povrede Ženevskih konvencija iz 1949.
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