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The empowerment of women in beneficiary local communities who depend on the forest economy will also be prioritized in future capacity-building projects. (...) The joint Section will sensitize national counterparts on the role that forests can play in poverty alleviation and economic development of vulnerable communities, groups and individuals that depend on forests and forest products, through its general communication work. Any further work on the topic would depend on the outcome of the discussions of the next IPoW 2022-2025 in November 2021.
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Score: 745595.5 - https://unece.org/sites/default/files/2022-02/FOREST~3.PDF
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The discussion provided examples of some synergies between social protection and forestry policies/goals, factors vital for the successful implementation of social protection and forestry policies, and examples of sources of vulnerability among forest dependent people. Here is a summary of your contributions: Social protection and forestry policies: Synergies, issues and examples ·         In India, social protection instruments and other social policies have positively impact forest dependent people. (...) No need for new schemes in India, policy makers should ensure the proper implementation of social protection schemes in remote areas and protect the rights of forest dependent communities. ·         In China, there is an example of strong linkages and synergies between social protection and forestry policy.
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Score: 745386.9 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/i...ion/social-protection-forestry
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The discussion provided examples of some synergies between social protection and forestry policies/goals, factors vital for the successful implementation of social protection and forestry policies, and examples of sources of vulnerability among forest dependent people. Here is a summary of your contributions: Social protection and forestry policies: Synergies, issues and examples ·         In India, social protection instruments and other social policies have positively impact forest dependent people. (...) No need for new schemes in India, policy makers should ensure the proper implementation of social protection schemes in remote areas and protect the rights of forest dependent communities. ·         In China, there is an example of strong linkages and synergies between social protection and forestry policy.
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Score: 745386.9 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/f...ion/social-protection-forestry
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The discussion provided examples of some synergies between social protection and forestry policies/goals, factors vital for the successful implementation of social protection and forestry policies, and examples of sources of vulnerability among forest dependent people. Here is a summary of your contributions: Social protection and forestry policies: Synergies, issues and examples ·         In India, social protection instruments and other social policies have positively impact forest dependent people. (...) No need for new schemes in India, policy makers should ensure the proper implementation of social protection schemes in remote areas and protect the rights of forest dependent communities. ·         In China, there is an example of strong linkages and synergies between social protection and forestry policy.
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Score: 745386.9 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/e...ion/social-protection-forestry
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The discussion provided examples of some synergies between social protection and forestry policies/goals, factors vital for the successful implementation of social protection and forestry policies, and examples of sources of vulnerability among forest dependent people. Here is a summary of your contributions: Social protection and forestry policies: Synergies, issues and examples ·         In India, social protection instruments and other social policies have positively impact forest dependent people. (...) No need for new schemes in India, policy makers should ensure the proper implementation of social protection schemes in remote areas and protect the rights of forest dependent communities. ·         In China, there is an example of strong linkages and synergies between social protection and forestry policy.
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Score: 745386.9 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/i...ion/social-protection-forestry
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Most of the states that possess nuclear weapons and other states that are dependent upon nuclear weapons in their security policies (hereafter, “nuclear-armed states” and “nuclear-dependent states”) have so far refused to participate in the UN negotiating process of prohibiting nuclear weapons. (...) However, it is nonetheless important to prepare for the future accession of those states to the treaty, when they do eventually decide to part with nuclear-dependent policies. 3. The major tasks ahead therefore include, on the one hand, developing a robust treaty to prohibit nuclear weapons in unambiguous terms; and on the other, creating mechanisms to allow the future accession by nuclear-armed states and nuclear-dependent states, so as to engage those states in the process after the establishment of the treaty. (...) Preparing for future accession of nuclear-armed states and nuclear-dependent states 19. Nuclear-armed states and nuclear-dependent states shall only be able to accede to the NWBT after they decide to part with such nuclear-dependent policies, and, in case of nuclear-armed states, after they decide to dismantle all their nuclear arsenals.
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Score: 743809.1 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...F.229%202017%20NGO%20WP.19.pdf
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Empirical testing shows that exports of mineral and metal products do tend to depend on endowments of minerals. They also depend on a scarcity of capital and a lack of professional and technical workers. (...) Over time, and in part due to increasingly freer trade, the advanced nations have increased their dependence on imported minerals. Concerns about this dependence have intensified. (...) While there are many responses and strategies to alleviate the risks associated with import dependence, a main policy response is to attempt to increase domestic production.
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Score: 742875.3 - https://www.wto.org/french/res...tr10_forum_f/wtr10_davis_f.htm
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Empirical testing shows that exports of mineral and metal products do tend to depend on endowments of minerals. They also depend on a scarcity of capital and a lack of professional and technical workers. (...) Over time, and in part due to increasingly freer trade, the advanced nations have increased their dependence on imported minerals. Concerns about this dependence have intensified. (...) While there are many responses and strategies to alleviate the risks associated with import dependence, a main policy response is to attempt to increase domestic production.
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Score: 742875.3 - https://www.wto.org/spanish/re...tr10_forum_s/wtr10_davis_s.htm
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Empirical testing shows that exports of mineral and metal products do tend to depend on endowments of minerals. They also depend on a scarcity of capital and a lack of professional and technical workers. (...) Over time, and in part due to increasingly freer trade, the advanced nations have increased their dependence on imported minerals. Concerns about this dependence have intensified. (...) While there are many responses and strategies to alleviate the risks associated with import dependence, a main policy response is to attempt to increase domestic production.
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Score: 742875.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...tr10_forum_e/wtr10_davis_e.htm
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IT-04-84-R77.5-A 2 28 October 2009 Where: DM represents an applicant's disposable means as calculated under Sections 5-8 of the Registry Policy; ELE represents the estimated living expenses of an applicant, his spouse, his dependants and the persons with whom he habitually resides as calculated under Section 10 of the Registry Policy; C represents the contribution to be made by an applicant to his defence. (...) From the established pool of income and assets, the Registry calculates the applicant's disposable means, according to Sections 5-8 of this policy. From the disposable means, the Registry deducts the estimated living expenses of the applicant's family and dependents during the estimated period in which the applicant will require representation before the International Tribunal. (...) The index includes accommodation and living costs; EE represents additional monthly living expenses of the applicant, his spouse, his dependents and the persons with whom he habitually resides.
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Score: 742812.2 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/c...pt_haxhiu/regdec/en/091028.pdf
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