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Preventing accidental water pollution and its transboundary effects UNECE Convention on the Transboundary Effects of Industrial Accidents . (...) b) Identify your country’s progress stage in prevention (refer to the User- friendly version of the Benchmarks in the implementation of the Convention, Working Area 3) c) Any weaknesses recently identified in prevention d) Has your country started to take any steps in the current reporting period to improve prevention? (...) Prevention - Challenge The ninth reporting round shows that preventive measures is high at the national level.
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Score: 423023.24 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...0of%20Session%201%20_Final.pdf
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Contact us Get Involved Get Involved Preventing human rights violations OHCHR and prevention Share Navigation Blocks OHCHR and prevention Overview About prevention and human rights About early warning and human rights International standards Resolutions Issues in focus Sustaining peace Prevention of human rights violations Prevention of conflict or crisis and building resilience Select Select Navigation Blocks OHCHR and prevention Overview About prevention and human rights About early warning and human rights International standards Resolutions Issues in focus Sustaining peace Prevention of human rights violations Prevention of conflict or crisis and building resilience The goal that every human being should have full enjoyment of their human rights implies that nobody should suffer violations of those rights. (...) In 2018, the Special Rapporteur issued a report looking specifically at the issue of prevention and proposing a framework approach to prevention . (...) Reports OHCHR Study on the role of prevention in the promotion and protection of human rights (A/HRC/43/37) Related documents Preventing Torture: The role of national prevention mechanisms.
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Score: 422931.74 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/preve...enting-human-rights-violations
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Select language Select language English South-East Asia India Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies  About us Home / Emergencies  / Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) / COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha ( Hindi; review ) compiles recent key IPC resources on COVID from scientific journals, WHO guidelines, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare /Government of India guidelines, and trainings and IPC resources. (...) COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha Volume 24, 14 October 2022 COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha Volume 23, 14 July 2022 COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha Volume 22, 29 May 2022 COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha Volume 21, 04 April 2022 COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha  Volume 20, 16 February 2022 COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha Volume 19, 22 December 2021 COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha Volume 18, 5 November 2021 COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha Volume 17, 5 October 2021 COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha Volume 16, 4 September 2021 COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha Volume 15, 2 August 2021 COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha Volume 14, 27 June 2021 COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha Volume 13, 27 May 2021 COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha Volume 12, 14 April 2021 COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha Volume 11, 15 March 2021 COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha Volume 10, 8 February 2021 COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha Volume 9, 5 January 2021 COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha Volume 8, 1 December 2020 COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha Volume 7, 28 October 2020 COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha Volume 6, 15 September 2020 COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha Volume 5, 15 August 2020 COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha Volume 4, 30 June 2020 COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha Volume 3, 21 May 2020 COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha Volume 2, 15 April 2020 COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control Sameeksha Volume 1, 30 March 2020 Quick links Media centre Publications and information resources Photo gallery Regional links Publications Campaigns Help Contact us Scam alert Privacy Integrity Hotline Employment Announcements Cyber security Privacy legal notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 421843.5 - https://www.who.int/india/home...evention-and-control-sameeksha
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OMS 03 - Prevention The need to integrate prevention, care and treatment The 3 by 5 Initiative offers new opportunities as well as new imperatives for strengthening HIV prevention efforts. (...) Coupled with strategies to emphasize safer behaviours of those in treatment (see Box below) there will be a considerable impact and acceleration of HIV prevention. Access to treatment presents challenges and opportunities for prevention. (...) Measurements of the impact of ART on prevention must be initiated immediately, and every effort made in all 3 by 5 countries to ensure that prevention efforts are accelerated.
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Score: 421718 - https://www.who.int/3by5/publi...tions/briefs/en/Prevention.pdf
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WHO | Accelerating HIV prevention in the context of 3 by 5 Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Menu 3 by 5 home About 3 by 5 Country support Capacity building Partnership AIDS medicines and diagnostics service Documents Media centre Accelerating HIV prevention in the context of 3 by 5 The need to integrate prevention, care and treatment The 3 by 5 Initiative offers new opportunities as well as new imperatives for strengthening HIV prevention efforts. (...) The impact of treatment in prevention :There is evidence from Brazil and elsewhere that treatment can synergize and accelerate HIV prevention interventions. (...) Measurements of the impact of ART on prevention must be initiated immediately, and every effort made in all 3 by 5 countries to ensure that prevention efforts are accelerated.
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Score: 421661.4 - https://www.who.int/3by5/publi...ions/briefs/hiv_prevention/en/
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United Nations Office on Genocide Prevention and the Responsibility to Protect English Français Search Search Home About Us The Special Advisers Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide Special Adviser on the Responsibility to Protect The Office Mandate Methodology Strategy Partners FAQ Employment Contact Us Our Work Early Warning Advising and Mobilising Overview Hate Speech Strategy Enhancing Capacity Raising Awareness Advancing R to P implementation Atrocity Crimes Definitions Genocide Crimes Against Humanity War Crimes "Ethnic Cleansing" Legal Framework International Law Genocide Convention Prevention Response Accountability Responsibility to Protect About 15th Anniversary Overview High Level Event UN Secretary-General General Assembly Security Council Human Rights Council Member States Regional Organisations Civil Society Key Documents Media Public Statements Op-eds News Photo exhibition Hate Speech Strategy and Plan of Action International Day #NoToHate campaign Events Publications & Resources Atrocity Crimes Definitions Legal Framework Prevention Response Accountability Prevention Candlelight vigil in Kosovo. (...) Preventing atrocity crimes should be a priority for everyone. (...) Report of the Secretary-General on the prevention of genocide ( A/HRC/41/24 ) Relevant thematic UN Resolutions S/RES/1366 (2001) (on early warning and the prevention of armed conflict) E/CN.4/RES/2005/62 (2005) Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide A/HRC/RES/7/25 (2008) Prevention of genocide A/HRC/RES/22/22 (2013) Prevention of genocide S/RES/2150 (2014) (on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide) A/HRC/RES/28/34 (2015) Prevention of genocide A/RES/69/323 (2015) International Day of Commemoration and Dignity of the Victims of the Crime of Genocide and of the Prevention of This Crime A/HRC/RES/33/19 (2016) Human Rights and Transitional Justice A/HRC/RES/37/26 (2018) Prevention of genocide A/HRC/RES/43/29 (2020) Prevention of genocide UNITED NATIONS Contact Copyright Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Site Index Terms of Use
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Score: 421254.83 - https://www.un.org/en/genocideprevention/prevention.shtml
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What we do The Framework Team is an innovative system-wide initiative based on the principles delineated in the Secretary-General’s 2001 Report on the Prevention of Armed Conflict2, namely that “the primary responsibility for conflict prevention rests with national governments and other local actors,” and the role of the UN is to assist them in the task of building their own mediative capacities and institutions. The need for such support has been reiterated in the Secretary- General’s 2009 Report on Promoting Development Through the Reduction and Prevention of Armed Violence3 which calls for renewed efforts by the UN system to improve conflict- sensitive approaches that develop national capacities to prevent violence. (...) The Secretariat hosts an interactive knowledge management platform for conflict prevention specialists to engage each other and access information pertaining to conflict prevention and peacebuilding.
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Score: 420502.05 - https://www.un.org/en/land-nat...AMEWORK_TEAM_FLYER-2July12.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - Bulgaria Building an effective partnership Building an effective partnership among competent authoritiesamong competent authorities MilenaMilena NovakovaNovakova Head of the Cabinet of the Head of the Cabinet of the Minister of Environment and Minister of Environment and Water, BulgariaWater, Bulgaria HighHigh--level Commitment Meeting level Commitment Meeting Under the Convention of the Under the Convention of the Transboundary Effects of Industrial Accidents Transboundary Effects of Industrial Accidents (14(14--15 December 2005, Geneva)15 December 2005, Geneva) Scope of the presentation • The role of the Ministry of Environment and Water • Available legal tools and their implementation and enforcement • Highlighting the practical aspects of enforcement Sustainable Development and Sustainable Development and Environmental ProtectionEnvironmental Protection •• Pillars of the Sustainable Development Pillars of the Sustainable Development –– Environmental ProtectionEnvironmental Protection –– Social Cooperation and StabilitySocial Cooperation and Stability –– Economic GrowthEconomic Growth •• Better Quality of LifeBetter Quality of Life Ministry of Environment and Ministry of Environment and WaterWater • Leading state authority for environmental protection • Main objective – high level of protection for man and environment and sustainable development • Responsible for the management and control over dangerous substances, incl. major accident risk management • Prevention • Control and Containment • Mitigation • Restoration • Priority within the overall policy towards achieving sustainable development • Human safety and social stability • High level of environmental protection • Economic growth through safer and better performance • Set of preventive, containing and mitigation measures • Legal, technical, administrative requirements • Coordination of the activities of state authorities, industry and public is vital • New Ministry for the state policy in disaster prevention and management since August 2005 Accident prevention, Accident prevention, preparedness and responsepreparedness and response • Convention for the Transboundary Effects of Industrial Accidents • signed 18 March 1993, ratified 12 May 1995 • Directive 96/82/EC • Fully transposed, incl. Directive 2003/105/EC Accident prevention, Accident prevention, preparedness and responsepreparedness and response International LegislationInternational Legislation • Environmental Protection Act • Regulation on major accident prevention • Set framework requirements for accidents prevention • Define competent authorities • Define procedures for cooperation and coordination between the authorities, the operators and the public • Require drafting of on- and off-site emergency plans • Crisis Management Act • Ordinance on accident preparedness and response • Define details for accident preparedness and response Accident prevention, Accident prevention, preparedness and responsepreparedness and response National LegislationNational Legislation Accident prevention, Accident prevention, preparedness and responsepreparedness and response • Ministry of Environment and Water • Technical and Control Authorities • The Ministry of Health • The State Agency for Civil Protection/Ministry of State Policy for the state policy in disaster prevention and management • The National Fire and Emergency Service • The State Agency for Metrology and Technical Surveillance • The regional and local authorities Competent AuthoritiesCompetent Authorities Accident prevention, Accident prevention, preparedness and responsepreparedness and response • Coordination of the preventive measures • Coordinated by the Ministry of environment and water • Common assessment of the documentation of the operator • Common criteria and requirements • Common training of experts • Joint inspections • Common reporting techniques Coordination of prevention, preparedness Coordination of prevention, preparedness and response proceduresand response procedures Accident prevention, Accident prevention, preparedness and responsepreparedness and response CoCo--ordination of prevention, preparedness ordination of prevention, preparedness and response proceduresand response procedures • Coordination of emergency preparedness and response • Coordinated by the National, regional and local committees for crisis management • Chaired by the State Agency for Civil Protection • Participation by all competent authorities • Off-site emergency plans • Jointly drafted and tested • On-site emergency plans • Common criteria for preparation • Joint control and testing International CooperationInternational Cooperation • Based on bi- and multilateral agreements – UNECE • Convention for the Transboundary Effects of Industrial Accidents – European Union • European Commission • Major Accident Hazards Bureau within the JRC – Bilateral Agreements • A number of Countries • Framework provisions for accident prevention, preparedness and response • On national and regional level CONCLUSIONCONCLUSION •• Bulgaria welcomes the internationally supported Bulgaria welcomes the internationally supported assistance programme for the EECCA and SEE assistance programme for the EECCA and SEE countriescountries as a tool for better cooperation and as a tool for better cooperation and coordination in the area of accident prevention, coordination in the area of accident prevention, preparedness and responsepreparedness and response •• Bulgaria expresses Bulgaria expresses willingness to help the countries willingness to help the countries in their efforts to join and implement the Conventionin their efforts to join and implement the Convention •• Bulgaria strongly supports the draft DeclarationBulgaria strongly supports the draft Declaration
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Score: 420482 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...Mpresentations/Partnership.pdf
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PART II Subcommittee on Prevention Article 5 1. The Subcommittee on Prevention shall consist of ten members. (...) No two members of the Subcommittee on Prevention may be nationals of the same State. 6. The members of the Subcommittee on Prevention shall serve in their individual capacity, shall be independent and impartial and shall be available to serve the Subcommittee on Prevention efficiently. (...) The Subcommittee on Prevention shall establish its own rules of procedure.
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Score: 420419.34 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/default/files/cat-one.pdf
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Reaffirms the significance of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide as an effective international instrument for the prevention and punishment of the crime of genocide; 2. (...) Encourages Member States to build their capacity to prevent genocide through the development of individual expertise and the creation of appropriate offices within Governments to strengthen the work on prevention; 4. (...) Welcomes the launch of the appeal by the Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide for the universal ratification of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide on the sixty-ninth anniversary of the Convention and the International Day of Commemoration and Dignity of the Victims of the Crime of Genocide and of the Prevention of This Crime; 7.
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Score: 420167.2 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...on/documents/A-HRC-37-L.44.pdf
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