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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP OF EXPERTS ON PEOPLE OF AFRICAN DESCENT ON ITS 6TH SESSION, GENEVA, 29 JANUARY-2 FEBRUARY 2007
Item 6 (a): The definition of racial profiling and the international framework prohibiting racial profiling 28. (...) Zerrougui A/HRC/4/39 page 7 underlined that there is a difference between racial profiling and criminal profiling. The main difference is that racial profiling relies on race while criminal profiling relies on behaviour. (...) ECRI has chosen to use the notion of racial profiling and not ethnic profiling as this term would be too narrow.
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Score: 590053.37 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=A/HRC/4/39&Lang=E
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DRAFT REVISED GUIDELINES FOR THE PREPARATION OF ECE COUNTRY PROFILES ON HOUSING AND LAND MANAGEMENT
The housing profile studies have been developed by ECE since 1996. (...) Country profile recommendations have resulted in important policy reforms. (...) This information is presented for the use of experts who contribute to country profiles and authorities who use country profiles.
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Score: 588675.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=ECE/HBP/2015/6&Lang=E
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DRAFT REVISED GUIDELINES FOR THE PREPARATION OF ECE COUNTRY PROFILES ON HOUSING AND LAND MANAGEMENT
This note contains information on the purpose and the role of country profiles in facilitating legal, political and infrastructural reforms in ECE countries; the rationale behind the country profiles structure; and the guidelines for the country profiles preparation. The guidelines include information on the procedure for the preparation of the country profiles (section III of this document), the structure and content of country profiles (section IV), and the use of country profiles as a tool to promote reforms in housing and land management (section V). 6. (...) These are summarized in the last chapter of the country profile. 38. Policy recommendations are a key chapter of the country profiles.
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Score: 588548.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=ECE/HBP/2017/5&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON CONTEMPORARY FORMS OF RACISM, RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, XENOPHOBIA AND RELATED INTOLERANCE, MUTUMA RUTEERE
III. Racial and ethnic profiling in law enforcement agencies A. Context 12. Racial profiling has been a long-standing issue of concern for this mandate. (...) Profiling in immigration also limits the ability of victims to travel.
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GE.13-24008 Eco
In a first part, this paper will remind the profiling principles, present the type of information collected through profiling and propose an organisation of the process at the European level. (...) (a) The central point of the organisation is the design of a web platform, the IPT (Interactive Profiling Tool) that will allow the countries to share information on GEG profiled or under profiling, to online update data on these GEG and to access the data on already profiled GEG). (...) (b) Some aspects will benefit from a central management: the definition of the population of GEG to be profiled, the updating of the documentation needed to perform profiling (the ESSnet on profiling will deliver, by the end of 2013, a methodological report and a guidelines for profiling), the organisation of training courses, the definition of criteria and the assessment of the quality of the profiling and the treatment of conflicts between NSIs.
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GE.13-22815 Econo
The housing profile studies have been developed by ECE since 1996. (...) The country profile of Ukraine will be completed in 2013. 4. (...) This information is presented for the use of experts who contribute to country profiles and authorities who use country profiles.
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Score: 588338.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=ECE/HBP/2013/8&Lang=E
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GENERAL RECOMMENDATION NO. 36 (2020) ON PREVENTING AND COMBATING RACIAL PROFILING BY LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS
Defining and understanding racial profiling 13. There is no universal definition of racial profiling in international human rights law. (...) Racial profiling, then, results in discriminatory decision-making. (...) While the term racial profiling is not explicitly referred to in the Convention, this has not impeded the Committee from identifying racial profiling practices and exploring the relationship between racial profiling and the standards set out in the Convention. 23.
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Score: 587282.57 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=CERD/C/GC/36&Lang=E
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PROFILING IN FRANCE: IMPLEMENTATION AND RESULTS
(i) 42 of the largest groups operating in France are already profiled by face to face profiling, with a yearly meeting between groups’ managers and profilers. (...) Box 2 The ESSnet Group on Profiling The ESSnet working group on profiling developed methods for face-to-face profiling of large groups. (...) The data in profiled enterprises will be disseminated for the 101 profiled enterprises together.
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Score: 587153.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=ECE/CES/GE.20/2015/16&Lang=E
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USE OF PROFILING IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR IN SWITZERLAND : NOTE / FROM THE SWISS FEDERAL STATISTICAL OFFICE
PRACTICAL PROFILING ESTABLISHED TO DATE IN SWITZERLAND 1. (...) B. Profiling ensures information is handled uniformly in a federal State 9. (...) D. Profiling makes it possible to handle statistical units 13.
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Score: 586222.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=ECE/CES/GE.42/2009/8&Lang=E
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DISCUSSION PAPER ON RISK PROFILES: A COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT OF THE BASIS FOR CONCLUSIONS BY THE REVIEW COMMITTEE
Appendix 1 to this report provides tabulated data taken from the nine adopted Risk Profiles and the one draft Risk Profile. Data used in the Risk Profiles is grouped by subsection headings according to the listing in Annex E. (...) Understanding current or future safety margins is a critical component of the Risk Profile. 15. Reporting of exposures in toxicology studies varies between and within Risk Profiles. (...) G. Length of Risk Profiles 26. Currently, only two risk profiles (HBB and C-PBDE) have exceeded the 20 page text limit; most have been between 12-18 pages.
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