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This is often much higher than the recommended safe levels. At nightclubs, discotheques and bars, average sound levels can range from 104 to 112 dB; noise levels at pop concerts may be even higher. (...) Volume can be reduced when listening to personal audio devices by: · Wearing earplugs. When frequenting nightclubs, discotheques, bars, sporting events and other noisy places, use earplugs as hearing protection. (...) The duration can be minimized by: · Having short listening breaks. When going to nightclubs, discotheques, bars, sporting events and other noisy places, people should take short listening breaks to help reduce the overall duration of noise exposure. · Moving away from loud sounds.
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Score: 1526232.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/s...tiative_background_201804.docx
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We visited indoor and outdoor locations in bars/nightclubs, cafes, government buildings, hospitals, restaurants, schools, shopping malls, traditional coffee houses and universities. (...) Smoking was observed in just four (6.0%) of the 67 cafes but in 63 (79.7%) of the 79 bars/nightclubs (Table 1). Among the venues in which any smok- ing was observed, the bars/nightclubs gave the highest median number of observed smokers per venue (Fig. 3). (...) How- ever, compliance appeared to be poor in coffee houses and the dining areas of government buildings and hospitals and very poor in bars/nightclubs. Smok- ing appeared to be especially common in the outdoor locations close to bars/ nightclubs, coffee houses, hospitals, malls and universities.
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Score: 1512774.9 - https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/94/2/15-158238.pdf
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Food and beverage licence 21. Bar licence 22. Nightclub licence 23. Temporary licence 24. Application for a licence under this Part and Part V 25. (...) Bar licence-(1) A bar licence authorises the licensee to sell liquor during prescribed times or at times set out in the licence for consumption on the licensed premises. (2) Regulations may be made to prohibit a licensee of a bar licence from selling liquor of a prescribed kind. (3) The Board shall not issue a bar licence to an applicant whose premises is situated within 50 metres of a hospital, church or school. 22. Nightclub licence-(1) A nightclub licence authorises the licensee to sell liquor during prescribed times or at times set out in the licence for consumption on the prescribed premises. (2) Regulations may be made to prohibit a licensee of a nightclub licence from selling liquor of a prescribed kind. (3) The Board shall not issue a nightclub licence to an applicant whose premises are situated within 50 metres of a hospital, church or school, provided that the applicant’s premises was erected at a time after the hospital, church or school was erected. 23. (...) r=q8b3uige22 2011, No. 13 Liquor 15 (b) where the licensed premises is a bar or nightclub, prominently display at every entrance to the bar or nightclub, a sign prohibiting the entrance of a person under the age of 21. (2) Subsection (1)(a)(i) does not apply to a licensee of a food and beverage licence, provided the selling to and consumption of liquor by a person under the age of 21 is under the supervision of an attending parent. (3) Subsection (1) does not apply to a licensee of a licence to manufacture liquor. 33.
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Score: 1460650.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/sam_e/WTACCSAM29_LEG_1.pdf
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UNDT/2010/034 Page 5 of 18 entertainment in the form of female companionship and a visit to a lap-dancing nightclub. The criminal trial itself and the evidence given by the representative of the two vendors was widely reported in the United States media and internationally. (...) It should be observed straightaway that these cases do not involve the acceptance of “any honour, decoration, gift or remuneration”. However the provision of lavish hospitality could conceivably come under the description of “favour”. 16. (...) The entertainment included dinner, drinks, female company and a visit to a lap-dancing nightclub. Both applicants subsequently identified themselves as the individuals referred to in the representative’s testimony.
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Score: 1431066.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-034.pdf
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Facebook Twitter Print Email In wake of mass shooting, UN rights chief urges US to consider robust gun control 14 June 2016 In the wake of the mass killing of 49 people by a sole gunman in a gay nightclub in Florida, the United Nations human rights chief today urged the leadership of the United States to live up to its obligations to protect its citizens from the “horrifyingly commonplace but preventable violent attacks that are the direct result of insufficient gun control.” (...) “That is the least that is owed to the relatives of all those children, women and men whose lives have been snatched from them by gunmen from a wide variety of backgrounds in the Orlando nightclub, at the Sandy Hook Elementary School, at the Methodist Church in downtown Charleston, and at so many other homes, schools, colleges and other venues across the United States,” he said (...) human rights gun control Related Stories On World Day, UN health agency calls for rapid increase in voluntary blood donations UNICEF warns of growing exploitation risk for refugee and migrant children arriving in Europe UNESCO and ICC join forces to end impunity for destruction of cultural heritage News Tracker: Past Stories on This Issue In wake of deadly Orlando attack, UN officials urge stand against spread of hatred and violent extremism 13 June 2016 Condemning the shooting that occurred early yesterday morning in Orlando, Florida, in which 50 people were reportedly killed and dozens more were injured, United Nations officials have offered deepest condolences to the families and loved ones of those who were murdered while simply enjoying a night out with their friends at a nightclub. Resources Navigate the News Information for Broadcasters UN System Links Media Alert UN Journal Meetings Coverage Audiovisual Library Secretary-General All Statements Official Travels Press Encounters SG Twitter Spokesperson's Office Latest Statements Briefing Highlights Briefing Transcripts Notes to Correspondents Find Us UN News App Facebook Twitter YouTube RSS Contact UN News United Nations Facebook Twitter YouTube Flickr Instagram Pinterest Soundcloud Podcast UN Social Media Donate Footer menu A-Z Site Index Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use Facebook Twitter Print Email
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Score: 1406468.4 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2016/06/532022
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UN Gender Focus: LBTI people and High-Level Meeting on Ending AIDS | | 1UN News Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Language العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Português Kiswahili Other Hindi हिंदी Global UN News Global perspective Human stories Search Search Advanced Search Main navigation Home Africa Americas Asia Pacific Middle East Europe UN Art and Gifts History Corner Topics Peace and Security Economic Development Humanitarian Aid Climate and Environment Human Rights UN Affairs Women Law and Crime Prevention Health Culture and Education SDGs Migrants and Refugees In depth Interviews Features Photo Stories News in Brief The Lid is On UN Gender Focus UN and Africa UN Podcasts Secretary-General Spokesperson All Statements Selected Speeches Press Encounters Official Travels Media UN Video UN Photo Meeting Coverage Media Accreditation Webtv Audio and Subscription Audio Hub Subscribe UN Gender Focus: LBTI people and High-Level Meeting on Ending AIDS UN Gender Focus: LBTI people and High-Level Meeting on Ending AIDS 16 June 2016 UN Gender Focus Download “Huge numbers” of LBTI people “killed and injured around the world” “Huge numbers” of violent hate crimes against lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender and intersex people take place around the world, and official statistics are “probably just the tip of the iceberg. ”That’s according to Charles Radcliffe of the UN Human Rights Office ( OHCHR ), speaking the day after what the UN Secretary-General described as a “horrific attack” on an LGBT nightclub in Orlando, Florida.Authorities in the US said that 49 people had died and 53 were injured during the shooting rampage by a gunman identified as Omar Mateen, a US citizen, of Afghan descent. (...) Presenter: Janie Cangelosi Production Assistant: Sandra Guy Duration: 10’00″ Audio Duration 10' Photo Credit UN Radio/Laura Jarriel Culture and Education General Assembly human rights Law, crime Regions-All Syndication terrorism UN Gender Focus Uncategorized United States Women, children, population AIDS Alejandra Oraa Annie Lennox Florida high-level meeting HIV Latin America LBTI nightclub OHCHR Orlando UN Human Rights Office UN News UN Radio UNAIDS united nations us Venezuela Resources Navigate the News Information for Broadcasters UN System Links Media Alert UN Journal Meetings Coverage Audiovisual Library Secretary-General All Statements Official Travels Press Encounters SG Twitter Spokesperson's Office Latest Statements Briefing Highlights Briefing Transcripts Notes to Correspondents Find Us UN News App Facebook Twitter YouTube RSS Contact UN News United Nations Facebook Twitter YouTube Flickr Instagram Pinterest Soundcloud Podcast UN Social Media Donate Footer menu A-Z Site Index Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 1332875.4 - https://news.un.org/en/audio/2016/06/613952
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Women have been particularly affected. (12.5”) Lela Bakradze, from UN Population Fund UNFPA, says the numbers are worrying. (5.5”) - 2 - PEOPLE IN CHURCH PUBLIC ADS IN STREETS YOUNG PEOPLE IN NIGHTCLUB YOUNG WOMEN DANCE IN NIGHTCLUB YOUNG PEOPLE SIT AT TABLE MAYA TSKRIALASHVILI ON CAMERA LELA BAKRADZE: (English) F “Almost 90 per cent of HIV positive women got their infections through the heterosexual way of transmission.” (7”) NARRATION Georgia, a former Soviet republic, is a country still dominated by religion and tradition.
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Score: 1332875.4 - https://www.un.org/webcast/pdfs/unia1251.pdf
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Facebook Twitter Print Email Condemning Orlando attack, senior UN Advisor gravely concerned by homophobia and islamophobia that followed 17 June 2016 A senior United Nations human rights advisor has condemned the criminal attack that took place at a nightclub in Orlando, Florida, on 12 June, in which 49 people were killed and 53 injured, and expressed grave concern at the outpouring of hatred, homophobia and Islamophobia that followed the incident, which targeted the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community. (...) terror Related Stories Terrorism's challenges focus of Central American meeting - UN refugee agency UN rights experts raise ‘serious concerns’ over detainees at US naval base Over $150,000 raised by UN staff for victims of terror attack against US News Tracker: Past Stories on This Issue In wake of mass shooting, UN rights chief urges US to consider robust gun control 14 June 2016 In the wake of the mass killing of 49 people by a sole gunman in a gay nightclub in Florida, the United Nations human rights chief today urged the leadership of the United States to live up to its obligations to protect its citizens from the “horrifyingly commonplace but preventable violent attacks that are the direct result of insufficient gun control.”
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Score: 1332875.4 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2016/06/532462
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We visited indoor and outdoor locations in bars/nightclubs, cafes, government buildings, hospitals, restaurants, schools, shopping malls, traditional coffee houses and universities. (...) We observed at least one person smoking in 145 venues, most frequently observed in bars/nightclubs (63/79), hospital dining areas (18/79), traditional coffee houses (27/120) and government-building dining areas (5/23).
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Score: 1305855.1 - https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/94/2/15-158238-ab/en/
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CONSIDERATION OF REPORTS SUBMITTED BY STATES PARTIES UNDER ARTICLE 19 OF THE CONVENTION : CONVENTION AGAINST TORTURE AND OTHER CRUEL, INHUMAN OR DEGRADING TREATMENT OR PUNISHMENT : CONCLUDING OBSERVATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE AGAINST TORTURE : LIECHTENSTEIN : ADDENDUM
Accordingly, it is not the case that more than 200 women work in the nightclubs for the entire year, but rather that on average only 20 women work in nightclubs each month, which substantially facilitates the monitoring and assistance of these women. 21. (...) When this Round Table was formed in 2006, a study on the working and living conditions of nightclub dancers in Switzerland1 provided the starting point for the body's work and projects. The study commissioned in 2006 by the non- governmental organization (NGO) "FIZ Advocacy and Support for Migrant Women and Victims of Trafficking" illuminated the context, the origin of the women, the recruitment process, and the problems and grievances relating to nightclub dancers in Switzerland. Since the Liechtenstein nightclub industry is closely linked to its counterpart in Switzerland, the study also reflects the situation in the Liechtenstein nightclubs.
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Score: 1282575.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=CAT/C/LIE/CO/3/ADD.2&Lang=E
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