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Problems may be posed by lead in products that are currently available in a child's environment, such as the dust in homes with leaded paint or certain toys that are either made out of lead (e.g. play jewellery, trinkets) or contain lead (e.g. some plastics or paints). Weathering, peeling, or chipping lead-based paint plays a role in children's exposure, and those with "pica" (tendency to eat soil, paint chips and other materials) may be at particular risk. (...) However, some of the uses of lead which have been phased out may remain in some parts of the world, e.g. in certain paints. The lack of regulations about lead in paint or their poor enforcement, together with increasing international trade may result in health and environmental risks that may go across borders.
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Score: 1036404 - https://www.who.int/phe/news/Lead_in_Toys_note_060807.pdf
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Recent reductions in the use of lead in petrol, paint, plumbing and solder have resulted in a substantial reductions in population-level mean blood lead concentrations. (...) Fact Sheet 31 August 2022 Lead poisoning Countries with legally binding controls on lead paint The Global Health Observatory International Lead Poisoning Prevention Week Short documents for decision makers 21 October 2021 Exposure to lead: a major public health concern, 2nd edition Preventing disease through healthy environments Download Read More Publications All → 30 September 2022 Update on the global status of legal limits on lead in paint, December 2021 The global status of legally binding controls on lead paint is regularly monitored and updated in the WHO Global Health Observatory.An annual report on... (...) Download Read More 6 February 2022 Global Alliance to Eliminate Lead Paint: business plan (‎Addendum) The purpose of this addendum to the business plan of the Global Alliance to Eliminate Lead Paint (also known as the Lead Paint Alliance) is to extend...
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Score: 1035766.1 - https://www.who.int/teams/envi.../health-impacts/chemicals/lead
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MEETING SUMMARY Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety Sixth Session – Forum VI Final Report IFCS/FORUM-VI/07w 10 October 2008 Executive Summary Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety Global Partnerships for Chemical Safety IFCS/FORUM-VI/07w Original: English 10 October 2008 Contributing to the 2020 Goal Forum VI Sixth Session of the Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety Dakar, Senegal 15 – 19 September 2008 ********************** F I N A L R E P O R T Dakar Resolution for Eliminating Lead in Paints Dakar Resolution for Eliminating Lead in Paints The sixth session of the Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety (Forum VI), Having met in Dakar, at the invitation of the Government of Senegal, from 15-19 September 2008, Recognising that lead in paints poses serious risks to human health and the environment, and especially to the health of children, Taking into account that most children exposed to lead live in developing countries and countries with economies in transition, Recognising that household paints sold in developing countries contain lead, Aware that safer and affordable alternatives already exist for lead in paints, Affirming that many consumers especially in developing countries, are unaware of the dangers posed by lead in paints, Noting that the Johannesburg Plan of Implementation of the World Summit on Sustainable Development paragraph 56 (b) supports the phasing out of lead in gasoline, Applauding the important work of the Partnership for Clean Fuels and Vehicles (PCFV) in its implementation of paragraph 56 (b) of the Johannesburg Plan of Implementation of the World Summit on Sustainable Development, Further noting that much progress has being made toward achieving a global phase out of lead in automotive fuels, Recognising that the Johannesburg Plan of Implementation of the World Summit on Sustainable Development in paragraph 57 also calls for the phasing out of lead in lead-based paints and in other sources of human exposure, and calls for work to prevent, in particular, children's exposure to lead and to strengthen monitoring and surveillance efforts and the treatment of lead poisoning, 1. (...) Further decides that such a partnership should be to support the phasing out of lead in lead-based paints; 3. Requests the Forum Standing Committee to establish an ad hoc Working Group following the lead sponsor approach to prepare draft Terms of Reference for a global partnership to be submitted to the second session of the International Conference on Chemicals Management (ICCM-2) for it to consider taking a decision to support concerted action to promote the implementation of the measures contained in the Johannesburg Plan of Implementation of the World Summit on Sustainable Development paragraph 57; 4.
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Score: 1034412.5 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...groups/wg_dakar_lead&paint.doc
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Like the children, the 18-year-old’s painting journey started when she was much younger. (...) As an introvert, Adama says drawing and painting helped her cope with trauma at the height of the conflict. (...) I plan to host more painting sessions to support them and reach more children,’’ she said.
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Score: 1034261 - https://www.unicef.org/nigeria...ental-health-northeast-nigeria
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In addition to the grille at the Embassy exit, the sign on the residence of the Russian Ambassador to the United Kingdom was also daubed with paint. Furthermore, an unidentified individual cycling past the Embassy threw a tin of paint at the wall of the building. (...) A large part of one of the walls of the consular section of the Embassy has been covered with indelible red paint several times. The fence of the consular section building has been repeatedly painted yellow and blue, and on it have been hung dolls and soft toys painted red and photographs of dead children printed from the Internet. (...) One of the protesters threw balloons of red paint at the Embassy residential building next to the fence.
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Score: 1030983.5 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...tion_of_diplomats/russia_e.pdf
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Another elementary school, "Djuro Strugar" in New Belgrade, thanks to UNIQA's donation, shone with a blue colour that was painted with children and the street artist Andrej Josifovski - Pijanista. (...) UNICEF Serbia/2018/Pancic Refugee and migrant children take part in painting the mural. UNICEF Serbia/2018/Pancic Some pupils chose brushes... (...) UNICEF Serbia/2018/Shubuckl Street artist Andrej Josifovski Pijanista helps children paint. UNICEF Serbia/2018/Shubuckl Children with joy participate in painting.
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Score: 1030965.7 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/...es/murals-support-rights-child
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The theme of these two paintings coincides with the values of the United Nations- fairness; justice, peaceful development and ecological protection." Professor Wang Lin Xu has his unique art style, stressing on the ideal combination of the classical and the modern, the emotional and the actual, realistic painting, vivid expression and bold outline, theory and painting skills. His works suggest the kernel of nature with an understanding the nature and makes his art works form an atmosphere of oriental art and modern trend. His paintings of abstract style. Wang’s paintings are not limited to bamboo but touch on landscape, flowers and birds, figure.
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Score: 1030768.1 - https://www.un.org/ungifts/node/3375
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The theme of these two paintings coincides with the values of the United Nations- fairness; justice, peaceful development and ecological protection." Professor Wang Lin Xu has his unique art style, stressing on the ideal combination of the classical and the modern, the emotional and the actual, realistic painting, vivid expression and bold outline, theory and painting skills. His works suggest the kernel of nature with an understanding the nature and makes his art works form an atmosphere of oriental art and modern trend. His paintings of abstract style. Wang’s paintings are not limited to bamboo but touch on landscape, flowers and birds, figure.
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Score: 1030768.1 - https://www.un.org/ungifts/con...lver-powder-paper-mounted-wood
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Recent years have seen a continuous growth in the acceptance of eCommerce, not only B2C (online shopping) but also C2C ( consumer dangerous goods (e.g. aerosol products, paints) by 3. CEPE, the European Council of the Paint, Printing ink and Artists’ Colours Industry, COLIPA, the European Cosmetics Association, and FEA, UPU in January 2011 to suggest allowing shipments of post under strict but workable conditions for both general public, postal services to secure safe shipments for all actors. 4. (...) The side effect being increased illegal shipments of consumer dangerous goods (e.g. aerosol products, paints) by post. CEPE, the European Council of the Paint, Printing ink and Artists’ Colours Industry, COLIPA, the European Cosmetics Association, and FEA, the European Aerosol Fede suggest allowing shipments of certain dangerous goods (aerosols and paints) post under strict but workable conditions for both general public, postal services, shippers ll actors. (...) Recent years have seen a continuous growth in the acceptance of eCommerce, not only eased illegal shipments of CEPE, the European Council of the Paint, Printing ink and Artists’ Colours Industry, the European Aerosol Federation, wrote to (aerosols and paints) by , shippers and companies CEPE/FEA intends to make technical proposals to UPU.
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Score: 1030268.75 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...011/DGPWG.2011.IP.003.2.en.pdf
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Rice Cultivators of Ceylon | United Nations Gifts Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español United Nations Gifts Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home Catalog Art Committee Contact Home Title Rice Cultivators of Ceylon Gift ID:  095G Painted by the 13 year-old artist, Senaka Senanayake of Ceylon this painting shows peasants at work in a rice field in Ceylon.  The painting symbolizes the efforts of a developing country trying to raise standards of living. (...) Donation Date:  December 16, 1965 Medium:  painting Categories:  Painting Donate facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Footer A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 1029238.6 - https://www.un.org/ungifts/node/508
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