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PROGRAMME OF ACTIVITIES FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL DECADE FOR PEOPLE OF AFRICAN DESCENT : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Definition of racial profiling 3. There are multiple understandings of the notion of profiling. (...) C. Examples of racial profiling of people of African descent 7. Concerns about racial profiling of people of African descent have been expressed in regard to various countries. (...) Racial profiling also represents a missed opportunity to apply more effective strategies.
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Score: 580435.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/73/354&Lang=E
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QUESTION OF THE VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS IN ANY PART OF THE WORLD : WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY THE AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION (ACLU)
RACIAL PROFILING IS A SIGNIFICANT PROBLEM IN THE U.S. (...) THE MYTH ABOUT RACIAL PROFILING There is incontrovertible proof that racial profiling does not give law enforcement officials an advantage in fighting crime. (...) Harris, Profiles in Injustice: Why Racial Profiling Cannot Work (The New Press 2002), at 99. 7 “A Pattern of Suspicion”, April 9, 2004.
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Score: 580161.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=E/CN.4/2005/NGO/201&Lang=E
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PROFILING IN UNITED KINGDOM : NOTE / BY OFFICE FOR NATIONAL STATISTICS BUSINESS, UNITED KINGDOM
The target number of local authorities to be profiled will be 48. III. ANALYSIS OF LOCAL AUTHORITY PROFILING SINCE DECEMBER 2005 6. The table below summarizes all local authority profiling that has taken place since December 2005 when local authority profiling recommenced. The new 2009/2010 profiling criteria has been used to calculate the data below.
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Score: 579996.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=ECE/CES/GE.42/2009/7&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS WHILE COUNTERING TERRORISM, MARTIN SCHEININ
Section II contains an analysis of “profiling” in the context of countering terrorism. The Special Rapporteur provides an explanation of the concept of terrorist profiling and an overview of the different contexts in which law-enforcement agencies have employed terrorist-profiling practices. He assesses the compliance of so-called terrorist-profiling practices with human rights standards and sets out permissible forms of terrorist profiling and possible alternatives to the reliance on terrorist profiles.
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Score: 579234.03 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=A/HRC/4/26&Lang=E
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COMMENTS AND RESPONSES RELATING TO THE DRAFT RISK PROFILE ON CHLORDECONE
The POP Review Committee (POP RC) is assumed to harmonise the different risk profiles as far as necessary. General comments ICCA-WCC The language of the profile throughout (e.g. (...) Risk profile is not meant to become a full quantitative risk assessment. (...) The profile does not make this case and does not address the guidance provided by the POPRC on how to prepare this section of the risk profile.
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Score: 578806.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...NEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/16&Lang=E
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PROCESS TO DEVELOP DRAFT RISK PROFILES
The ad hoc working groups prepared the draft risk profiles in accordance with the risk profile outline set forth in annex IV of document UNEP/POPS/POPRC.1/10 and the standard workplan for the preparation of a draft risk profile set forth in its annex II. (...) UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/14 2 Annex Standard workplan for the preparation of a draft risk profile Weeks Date Activity 1 18 Nov. 2005 Secretariat distributes request for information specified inAnnex E (with proposal and evaluation) to Parties and observers 11 27 Jan. 2006 Deadline for submissions of information to the Secretariat from Parties and observers 8 27 Jan–24 March 2006 Drafter prepares working draft risk profile 5 24 March–28 April 2006 Ad hoc working group considers working draft risk profile and prepares a first draft risk profile for comments 1 9 May 2006 Secretariat distributes draft risk profile requesting comments fromPOPRC, Parties and observers 5 16 June 2006 Deadline for submission of comments on the first draft risk profileto the Secretariat from POPRC, Parties and observers 6 16 June–28 July 2006 Ad hoc working group considers comments and prepares asecond draft risk profile 1 4 Aug. 2006 Secretariat submits draft risk profile to conference services for editing and translation 7 4 Aug. – 25 Sep. 2006 Editing and translation 0 25 Sep. 2006 Secretariat distributes final draft risk profile in languages 6 6–10 Nov. 2006 POPRC-2 Definitions, roles and responsibilities 1. (...) An ad hoc working group is established by the Committee to review a working draft risk profile and to prepare the draft risk profile. The Committee agreed that the chair of any given group could declare that group closed and thereby convert it into a drafting group. __________________
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Score: 577901.03 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...NEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/14&Lang=E
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THE EUROPEAN PROFILING OF MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISE GROUPS AND THE EUROPEAN ENTERPRISE GROUPS REGISTER: CRUCIAL TOOLS FOR IMPROVING (BUSINESS) STATISTICS
ECE/CES/GE.20/2015/12 6 B. Profiling terminology Figure 1 The European profiling of GEGs is implemented according to the following conceptual model: 18. (...) Profiling techniques 21. When profiling GEGs, a distinction can be made regarding their intensities, from “Intensive” to “Light” to "Automatic" profiling. (...) The profiling process described here only refers to the intensive profiling process. 27.
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Score: 577651.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=ECE/CES/GE.20/2015/12&Lang=E
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DISCUSSION PAPER ON THE APPROACH TO THE EVALUATION OF CHEMICALS IN ACCORDANCE WITH ANNEX E TO THE STOCKHOLM CONVENTION
The information requirements for a risk profile have been identified in Annex E to the Convention. (...) At its first meeting, the Committee developed and agreed on an outline of a risk profile.1 The Committee also agreed that the length of a risk profile should be 20 pages and that there should be no annexes to the document. 4. The chapters on “synthesis of information” and “concluding statement” of a risk profile, as risk profiles have been formatted by the POPRC to date, contain critical parts of the summary rationale.
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Score: 577397.75 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...NEP/POPS/POPRC.9/INF/13&Lang=E
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COMMENTS AND RESPONSES RELATING TO THE DRAFT RISK PROFILE ON HEXABROMOBIPHENYL
The POP Review Committee (POP RC) is assumed to harmonise the different risk profiles as far as necessary. General comments ICCA-WCC The language of the profile throughout (e.g. (...) No changes. 2.1 ICCA-WCC The draft risk profile provides absolutely no information on current production, uses or releases. (...) The profile does not make this case and does not address the guidance provided by the POPRC on how to prepare this section of the risk profile.
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Score: 577055.22 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...NEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/17&Lang=E
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PROMOTING THE SHARING OF EXPERTISE IN AND KNOWLEDGE ON FORENSIC DRUG PROFILING : REVISED DRAFT RESOLUTION / [SUBMITTED BY] ARGENTINA, IRELAND AND UKRAINE
Calls upon Member States, where appropriate, to facilitate and encourage cooperation between forensic experts and law enforcement officers and to promote the utilization in their work of information derived from law enforcement agencies and related forensic drug profiling; 3. Also calls upon Member States to share their expertise and knowledge in the field of forensic drug profiling at the global level, as well as their best practices in this field, including information on forensic profiling of drugs seized in clandestine laboratories and in large consignments; 4. (...) Invites international law enforcement organizations, such as the International Criminal Police Organization and the European Police Office, to cooperate with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and Member States in finding compatible and joint solutions for drug profiling and information sharing; 7. Encourages the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime to consider the dissemination of forensic drug profiling, to the extent possible, in regional and national programmes; 8. Invites the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, in cooperation with Member States, to identify current drug-profiling methods and best practices and to examine ways and means of sharing expertise in and knowledge on forensic drug profiling, combined with the information derived from law enforcement agencies, and utilizing this tool at the international level, and encourages Member States and other donors to consider providing extrabudgetary resources for these purposes, in accordance with the rules and procedures of the United Nations; 9.
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Score: 576702.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=E/CN.7/2013/L.3/REV.1&Lang=E
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