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Standards protecting against harmful practices in the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities With the entry into force of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities came the important paradigm shift from the medical model of disability, viewing persons with disabilities as objects of treatment or passive recipients of aid, to persons with disabilities emerging as subjects of their own rights and active participants and contributors to society. Several rights of the CRPD uphold the rights of women, girls and boys with disabilities in the face of harmful practices:  Article 10- Right to life Every human being has the inherent right to life and persons with disabilities, including newborns, children, women and men, should be protected to ensure the enjoyment of this right on an equal basis with others.  Article 17 – Protecting the integrity of the person Every person with disabilities has a right to respect for his or her physical and mental integrity on an equal basis with others. (...) IDA submission for the joint General Comment/Recommendation of the CRC & CEDAW Committees on harmful practices 8 educators, service providers and others to understand the rights of persons with disabilities, to foster respect for their decisions and to ensure the provision of support for their choices, instead of curtailing them.  Article 8 – Awareness-raising Article 8 requires States Parties to adopt immediate effective and appropriate measures to • raise awareness throughout society, including at the family level, regarding persons with disabilities, and to foster respect for the rights and dignity of persons with disabilities; • combat stereotypes, prejudices and harmful practices relating to persons with disabilities, including those based on sex and age, in all areas of life; • promote awareness of the capabilities and contributions of persons with disabilities.
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Score: 1123870.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...nationalDisabilityAlliance.pdf
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Phytosanitary measures shall mean a set of legal measures against introduction and spreading of organisms harmful in respect of plants and plant products. 6. (...) The State Plant Protection Service shall carry out the following state control of phytosanitary condition of plants, plant products and other objects: 1) implement the regulations of the Phytosanitary Register;. 2) control the imported plants, plant products and other objects; 3) identify harmful organisms; 4) assess the presence of harmful organisms and their spread in the territory of the Republic of Lithuania 3 5) establish the centres of harmful organisms and supervise eradication of said organisms; 6) assess the exported plants, plant products and other objects; 7) apply the prescribed measures to legal and natural persons and enterprises without the status of a legal person that fail to comply with the requirements of this Law and other legal acts necessary for its implementation. 2. (...) It shall be prohibited to import, store, transport, and propagate harmful organisms at any stage of their development. 3.
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Score: 1122606.25 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/ltu_e/WTACCLTU46_LEG_4.pdf
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Types of Harm 17. The LRVs submit that victims suffered multiple forms of harm or a combination of harms including personal, non-personal and harm to property at any one time during the attack on the respective IDP camps. (...) Non Personal Harm ICC-02/04-01/15-1977 07-02-2022 6/13 EC No. (...) The beneficiaries under this modality would be persons who have suffered both personal harm, non-personal harm and harm to property however do not fall in the first beneficiary category. c.
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Score: 1120466.2 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/.../CourtRecords/CR2022_00839.PDF
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Many claims have been dismissed it would be necessary to ensure that the automated because consumers failed to show the harm they decision is subject to some form of human inter- have suffered. vention, where the individual has an opportunity to Whether or not a person has suffered harm is often present their point of view to another human being considered against a counterfactual, i.e., whether the who will consider whether the automated decision person is put in a worse position than if the event had should be revised. not happened. (...) Overall, however, money. Harm may be viewed as conjectural, whereas it is likely that such rights to contest decisions with in some legal systems, plaintiffs must show that they human intervention will be limited to cases where the have in fact suffered injury. 203 input data was incorrect or incomplete, the requisite Theories of harm from personal data being consent of the individual was not obtained, or there obtained unlawfully include risk of fraud or identi- was some other infringement of data protection prin- ty theft, and anxiety the individual may experience ciples. (...) Courts have tended to be more sympathetic 205 While individuals may be protected from pre- to plaintiffs in the case of identity theft due to risk scribed collection, use and sharing of their personal of fraud, or where inaccurate information about a 206 data (particularly sensitive or special categories of person is published. 207 data) and the accuracy and completeness of their In the case of automated decision-making, there data used in automated decisions about them, they are various potential types of harm.
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Score: 1119003.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...t/files/basic-html/page40.html
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INSTRUCTIONS – APPLICATION FOR INDIVIDUAL VICTIM’S PARTICIPATION 3 Are you a victim, or a person acting on behalf of a victim? Throughout the application form, the person that suffered the harm is referred to as the victim. (...) A victim is: • a person who has suffered direct harm as a result of a crime within the jurisdiction of the ICC (direct victim) • a person who suffered harm as a result of crime(s) targeting another person related to them (indirect victim). (...) These crimes can cause physical suffering to a person’s body, emotional or psychological suffering or mental harm, by which a person’s mind is affected because of what he/she has experienced or witnessed.
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Score: 1115193.3 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/...san-AppForm-Guidelines_ENG.pdf
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Who does the victim believe is responsible for these event(s)? 6. What type of personal harm has the victim suffered? Please provide a detailed description of the harm as well as the impact on the individual, family and community level. If a box is ticked, the corresponding harm should be detailed in the description. You may tick more than one box. If you do not have enough space to fully describe the harm, you may use a separate piece of paper on which you shall append your name and signature TYPES OF HARM DESCRIPTION Physical injuries such as: (chronic) pain, wounds, scars, amputation, loss or limited use of a limb, body organ or function.
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Score: 1114922 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/...ationForm-L-V02ENG-fillPDF.pdf
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Who does the victim believe is responsible for these event(s)? 6. What type of personal harm has the victim suffered? Please provide a detailed description of the harm as well as the impact on the individual, family and community level. If a box is ticked, the corresponding harm should be detailed in the description. You may tick more than one box. If you do not have enough space to fully describe the harm, you may use a separate piece of paper on which you shall append your name and signature TYPES OF HARM DESCRIPTION Physical injuries such as: (chronic) pain, wounds, scars, amputation, loss or limited use of a limb, body organ or function.
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Score: 1114922 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/...ApplicationForm-L-ENG-fill.pdf
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Please tick the box “Other” if the person acting on behalf of the organization/institution would like to describe another type of harm suffered. (...) The restitution box should be ticked if the organization/institution alleged property loss as a form of harm suffered and the specific property lost cannot be replaced or compensated for and is still thought to remain in the possession of the accused person. (...) The rehabilitation box should be ticked if persons suffered harm as a result of the crimes perpetrated against the organization/institution.
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Score: 1111133.7 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/...idelines_Organizations_ENG.pdf
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When protecting the right to a healthy environment, States should consider the needs of persons and peoples who are disproportionately affected by or at high risk from environmental harms. (...) Around the world, many women have taken action to protect lands, water, nature, communities, and human rights from environmental harms and climate impacts, often at great personal risk, facing criminalization, silencing, threats, stigmatization, violence, and even death. (...) Ensure the rights of all persons, including women and persons with diverse gender identities, to education with respect for the natural environment 16The Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women recognized in its General Recommendation No. 37 that while gender affects experiences of environmental harm, the gender dimensions of climate change impacts are often not well understood because of limitations in data collection and analysis.
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Score: 1110531.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...nvironmentGenderEqualityKM.pdf
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When protecting the right to a healthy environment, States should consider the needs of persons and peoples who are disproportionately affected by or at high risk from environmental harms. (...) Around the world, many women have taken action to protect lands, water, nature, communities, and human rights from environmental harms and climate impacts, often at great personal risk, facing criminalization, silencing, threats, stigmatization, violence, and even death. (...) Ensure the rights of all persons, including women and persons with diverse gender identities, to education with respect for the natural environment 16The Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women recognized in its General Recommendation No. 37 that while gender affects experiences of environmental harm, the gender dimensions of climate change impacts are often not well understood because of limitations in data collection and analysis.
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Score: 1110531.8 - https://www.unwomen.org/sites/...nment-gender-equality-en_1.pdf
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