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No one underestimates the inherent difficulties that arise during situations of prolonged occupation.  A prolonged occupation strains and stretches the applicable rules, however, the law of belligerent occupation must be fully respected regardless of the duration of the occupation.            (...) Throughout the annals of history, occupation has always been met with armed resistance.   (...) The only viable prescription to end the grave violations of international humanitarian law is to end occupation.           The Security Council has more than once called for ending the occupation.  
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Score: 955733.2 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-203256/
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Calls for legislative amendments Najah Abu Tafesh, head of Occupational Safety and Health Directorate at the Ministry of Labour, said the ministry is working on legislative amendments to include mental health in Jordanian legislation, requiring employers to implement occupational safety and health standards at their establishments. “Development of legislation on workers’ mental health in Jordan necessitates benefiting from experiences of other countries with such legislation,” she said.
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Score: 955111.4 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_840293/lang--en/index.htm
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These procedures reflect a flagrant challenge by Israel, which necessitates your speedy intervention and taking the appropriate measures within your capacity in order to put an end to the Israeli aggressive actions in contravention of the Charter of the United Nations and its resolutions. No doubt Your Excellency will share with me the view that the perpetuation of these Israeli actions will inevitably complicate the efforts to reach a just peace in the area and threaten international peace and security. —– Document symbol: A/32/173 Document Type: Letter Document Sources: General Assembly , League of Arab States (LAS) Country: Iraq , Israel Subject: Agenda Item , Gaza Strip , Occupation , Palestine question , Security issues , Situation in the OPT including Jerusalem Publication Date: 19/08/1977 2019-03-11T21:42:43-04:00 Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!
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Score: 949148 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-184370/
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The intersectionality of discrimination requires collective action to effectively address discrimination based on race, class, gender and gender identity, geography, sexual orientation, occupation, HIV and other health status, among others. This necessitates a concerted multisectoral response, within and beyond the health sector, cutting across the development, rule of law, education, financial and humanitarian agendas.
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Score: 921413 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...015/UNAIDSMeetingStatement.pdf
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In particular, in this volatile environment, the ongoing illegal occupation of the Palestinian territory and worsening situation on the ground cannot be ignored as “business as usual”. (...) President, The humanitarian and economic situation of the two million Palestinians in the Gaza Strip continues to deteriorate and has reached the critical juncture warned of by the UN Country Team in its report “Gaza 2020: A Livable Place?” necessitating urgent humanitarian and political action.
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Score: 921413 - https://www.un.org/unispal/wp-...ment-to-SC-final_21Jan2020.pdf
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Yet, the serious damage to tree roots should be viewed critically necessitating a broader strip road which is a disadvantage especially on slopes due to the greater erosion hazard. 5. (...) A key approach in this context is the legal basis in the form of the Act on Occupational Safety and Health (ArbSchG). Sections 5 and 6 of the ArbSchG commit the entrepreneur to assess workplaces and working techniques in terms of ergonomics, occupational safety and health protection and to document the results of the assessment. (...) More structurally diverse forest stands increase the risks for occupational safety, making communication among individual members of a work team extremely difficult.
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Score: 921290.6 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ions/jc-24/reports/germany.doc
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Yet, the serious damage to tree roots should be viewed critically necessitating a broader strip road which is a disadvantage especially on slopes due to the greater erosion hazard. 5. (...) A key approach in this context is the legal basis in the form of the Act on Occupational Safety and Health (ArbSchG). Sections 5 and 6 of the ArbSchG commit the entrepreneur to assess workplaces and working techniques in terms of ergonomics, occupational safety and health protection and to document the results of the assessment. (...) More structurally diverse forest stands increase the risks for occupational safety, making communication among individual members of a work team extremely difficult.
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Score: 921290.6 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ions/jc-24/reports/germany.pdf
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Gisha reminded that it had petitioned Israel’s High Court of Justice to demand that Israel take immediate steps to ensure supply of the vaccine of the entire Palestinian population under occupation in the West Bank and Gaza. Gisha also lamented that the total number of vaccines available in Gaza still falls far short of what is needed for its two million residents. (...) On 6 April, Peace Now denounced the decision of the Israeli Supreme Court to ask the opinion of the Israeli government on the Sumarin family eviction case in the Palestinian neighbourhood of Silwan in occupied East Jerusalem, because this seemed to signal that these cases are not just a “civil matter” between two private parties debating ownership over a property, but necessitate government involvement. On 5 April, Al-Haq welcomed the rescinding by the United States, on 2 April 2021, of its Executive Order 13928 on ‘Blocking Property of Certain Persons Associated with the International Criminal Court (ICC)’, which had been utilised to place ICC staff under economic sanctions and visa restrictions. (...) J Street said these funding moves are important first steps toward fulfilling commitments made this US administration, and other urgent and necessary steps include reopening diplomatic missions, fully reversing the previous administration’s actions to legitimize Israeli settlements and occupation of Palestinian territory. On 7 April, the Foundation for Middle East Peace (FMEP) held the webinar “Medical Apartheid: COVID Vaccinations Under Occupation” with speakers from Physicians for Human Rights – Israel and Al-Shabaka.
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Score: 916371.9 - https://www.un.org/unispal/ngo-action-news-8-april-2021/
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The multitude of global problems demand a determined and collective response and necessitate the enhancement of the role of the United Nations as the leading mechanism in securing world peace and stability. (...) Twenty-eight years have passed, since the tragic summer of 1974, and the people of Cyprus, both Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots, are still suffering from the terrible consequences of the Turkish invasion and the continuing military occupation of 37% of the Republic's territory. The Government of Cyprus, however, does not want to engage in polemics with Turkey. (...) It will also have to include the fulfillment of the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people through the creation of their own State and the termination of occupation. Most importantly, it will put an end to violence and reinforce the voices of moderation and cooperation.
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Score: 913326.4 - https://www.un.org/webcast/ga/...7/statements/020920cyprusE.htm
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LETTER DATED 2006/07/07 FROM THE PERMANENT OBSERVER OF PALESTINE TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
…towards safeguarding the accomplishments of our people throughout this long struggle and out of loyalty to our martyrs, prisoners and our injured and given that we are still in the a phase of liberation, this necessitates that we formulate a political strategy. (...) The PLO therefore, will remain a broad front and framework and a comprehensive national coalition and the higher political reference for all the Palestinians in the homeland and in the Diaspora. 3- The right of the Palestinian people to resist and to uphold the option of resistance of occupation by various means and focusing resistance in territories occupied in 1967 in tandem with political action, negotiations and diplomacy whereby there is broad participation from all sectors in the popular resistance. 4- To formulate a Palestinian plan aimed at comprehensive political action; to unify Palestinian political discourse on the basis of the Palestinian national goals as mentioned in this document and according to Arab legitimacy and international legitimacy resolutions that grant justice to the Palestinian people maintaining their rights and constants to be implemented by the PLO leadership and its institutions, and the PNA represented in president and government, the national and Islamic factions, the civil society organizations and public figures. (...) There should be freedom of expression through the media, which also applies to any party in opposition to the authority and its decisions in accordance with the law; adherence to the right to peaceful protest and to organize marches, demonstrations and sit-ins on condition that they be peaceful and unarmed and do not attack the property of citizens or public property. 15- The national interest necessitates the need to find the best means of allowing our people and their political forces in the Gaza Strip to participate in the battle for freedom, return and independence while bearing in mind the new situation in Gaza strip as true elevation and power for the steadfastness of our people and on the base of using the struggle methods of resisting the occupation while taking into consideration the higher interests of our people. 16- The need to reform and develop the Palestinian security system in all its branches in a modern manner that allows them to assume their responsibilities in defending the homeland and people and in confronting the aggression and the occupation; their duties also include maintaining security and public order, enforcing laws, ending the state of security chaos and lawlessness, ending the public show of arms and parades and confiscating any weapons that harm the resistance and distort its image or those that threaten the unity of Palestinian society; there is also a need to coordinate and organize the relationship between the security forces and the resistance and organize and protect their weapons. 17- To call on the PLC to continue issuing laws that regulate the work of the security apparatus in its various branches and to work towards issuing a law that bans the exercise of political and partisan action by members of the security services whereby they are required to abide by the elected political reference as defined by law. 18- To work on expanding the role and presence of international solidarity committees and peace-loving groups that support our people in their just struggle against the occupation, settlements and the apartheid wall both politically and locally; to work towards the implementation of the International Court of Justice ruling at The Hague pertaining to the dismantlement of the wall and settlements and their illegitimate presence.
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Score: 908064.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=A/ES-10/345&Lang=E
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