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Score: 1185861.6 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...2020/DGPWGLB.2.WP.006.1.en.pdf
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Water transport of logs. - Log rafts should be securely bound in order to prevent the loss of logs and to ensure the safety of other traffic using the waterway. Flags and lights for night travel should be used to identify the front and rear points of the raft clearly in order to avoid collisions. Large rafts should be towed or pushed by boats with sufficient power to control safely the speed and direction of the raft. - To ensure the maximum utilization of harvested timber, logs should be individually branded and tallied in the forest, and the brands and tally sheets should be checked at the landing as well as at the delivery point.
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Score: 1185291.2 - https://www.fao.org/3/v6530e/V6530E0b.htm
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HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATIONS THAT REQUIRE THE COUNCIL’S ATTENTION :WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY EUROPEAN CENTRE FOR LAW AND JUSTICE, THE - CENTRE EUROPEEN POUR LE DROIT, LES JUSTICE ET LES DROITS DE L'HOMME
In order to do so, Pastor Cao had to cross a narrow river which divides the two countries. Crossing the river requires the use of local ferries, which locals have used regularly for 100s of years. The ferries are small rafts which can shuttle 2-3 people at a time. They operate openly and are not subject to any prosecution.
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Score: 1169985.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=A/HRC/40/NGO/156&Lang=E
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PETITION FROM THE BABIMBI BRANCH OF THE UDEFEC CONCERNING THE CAMEROONS UNDER FRENCH ADMINISTRATION
Worse still, the children learn nothing but :passages from plays written centuries ago by Moliere and no teaching is given on indigemus history, or customary ~nd traditional dancing; the children only learn the history of distant countries so that a child who can recite details of the map of France does not know the narre of the river flowing throUgh his _own village. Ecomomic life: The women of Babimbi -ind,ignantly report that their area possesses only 27 kilometres of roads. (...) ~ • section of road linking the Baqimbi area vith Edea baa a death-trap: the ·sanaga~-: That natural hazard is always causing tragedies and the ~omen of Babimbi · have recently lost several of their children there. , 0~ :;-are occasions it is possible:' to cross this great river on: a ferry which. is-hardly worthy of' the' nal'.l'e, · it ls./, more like a raft; this means that the products ·of' the region cannot be exported, which is··the cause of our chief trouble ..
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Score: 1169985.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=T/PET.5/409&Lang=E
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INTRODUCTION 1.1 UN3072, Life-saving appliances, not self-inflating and UN2990, Life-saving appliances, self inflating are assigned to Packing Instruction 905. 1.2 DGP-WG/04-WP/11 pointed out that most cylinders used in life jackets and life rafts are not fitted with a pressure relief device and therefore proposed an amendment to Packing Instruction 905, paragraph a) to delete reference to Packing Instruction 200 which requires such pressure relief devices and replace it with the requirement for the cylinders to conform with the requirements of the appropriate national authority of the country in which they are approved and filled. 1.3 Although the proposal was agreed and the applicable deletion and amended text was shown in the Report of WG/05, the Report of DGP/20 omitted to delete the sentence referring to Packing Instruction 200 and so both sentences were included in the 2007-2008 edition of the Technical Instructions. (...) International Civil Aviation Organization WORKING PAPER DGP-WG/07-WP/44 22/3/07 DGP-WG/07-WP/44 - 2 - 1.4 Although it is likely that most life jacket cylinders and life raft cylinders are either accompanying, or are fitted to, their respective life jackets or life rafts, there are occasions when the cylinders are sent on their own, normally as replacements. (...) Therefore, it appears that most carbon dioxide cylinders for life jackets or life rafts can be carried if they are attached to, or are accompanying, the life-saving equipment, but cannot be carried on their own.
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Score: 1159594.8 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...%2007/DGPWG.07.WP.044.2.en.pdf
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NOTE DATED 52/04/08 FROM THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED STATES ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL TRANSMITTING 6 COMMUNIQUES ISSUED BY THE HEADQUARTERS OF THE UNITED NATIONS COMMAND IN KOREA
One MIG was destroyed r another probably destroyed and t1'1'O more darraged in a late afterr.oon battle north of the Chongchong River. In a forty ..five-minute /clash , • I • S/2592 Page 3 clash twenty-four Sabres exchanGed fire· .,,'11th t,,,e1ve MIG' s . (...) Three platoons probe west of Pukhan River. Light eneI!'Y 'probesrepu1sed northeast of Punchbot'l and east of Nam River. . ". 1. (...) ,ro enemy platoons probed a position west of the Pukhan ,River at 1: 25 A.M. and were forced.. to withdraw at 2:55 A.lvI.
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Score: 1150956.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce....nsf/get?open&DS=S/2592&Lang=E
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Article 3 Establishment of the State frontier of Ukraine Except as otherwise provided by the international treaties concluded by Ukraine, the State frontier of Ukraine shall be established: (1) On land: on the basis of the characteristic points and lines of the terrain or clearly visible landmarks; (2) At sea: along the outer limit of the territorial sea of Ukraine; (3) On navigable rivers: along the midline of the main channel or thalweg of the river; on non-navigable rivers (streams): along their midline or along the midline of the main branch of the river; on lakes and other bodies of water: along a straight line joining the points at which the State frontier of Ukraine intersects the shores of the lake or other body of water. The State frontier of Ukraine passing through a river (stream), lake or other body of water shall not be shifted when there is a change in the contour of its shores or its water level or when there is a deviation of the bed of the river (stream) in either direction; (4) On the reservoirs of hydroelectric power plants and other artificial bodies of water: in accordance with the line of the State frontier of Ukraine which passed through the area before it was flooded; (5) On the railway and highway bridges, dams and other structures passing through the frontier sectors of Page 2 National legislation - DOALOS/OLA - United Nations asdf navigable and non-navigable rivers (streams): along the midline or the technological axis of the said structures, irrespective of the course of the State frontier of Ukraine on the water. (...) Article 9 Crossing of the State frontier of Ukraine Railway, motor-vehicle, marine, river, air and other transport across the State frontier of Ukraine shall be carried on at points of admission established by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, in accordance with the legislation of Ukraine and the international treaties concluded by Ukraine.
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Score: 1148508.4 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/L.../PDFFILES/UKR_1991_Statute.pdf
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1 Dashboard Protection Working Group – COVID-19 Response Coordination Sub-group for Urban Asylum-seekers and Refugees 15 June 2020 Bangkok Prachuab Kanchanaburi Nonthaburi Trat Tak Ranong SraKeaw Suanphulu Population Statistics 2 Risk Communication and Coordination Health Protection and advocacy Financial/in-kind support Detention Detention Centers Key Area of Interventions In person Remote Gender Age Reported Cases Breakdown by Age Gender F 46% 46% 46% 36% 57% 22% 48% 41% 33% 39% 39% M 54% 54% 54% 64% 43% 78% 52% 59% 67% 61% 61% * UNHCR statistics as of 31 May 2020 2 Dashboard Protection Working Group – COVID-19 Response Coordination Sub-group for Urban Asylum-seekers and Refugees 15 June 2020 Risk Communication and Coordination Key Issue Outreach and effective risk and other communication with asylum-seekers and refugees, including in Immigration Detention Centres; effective response coordination amongst partners • Convening the Protection Working Group’s COVID-19 Response and Coordination Sub-group to adapt rapidly to changing needs and ensure an effective coordinated response to the COVID- 19 situation (all Sub-group members) • Ongoing dissemination of COVID-19 prevention and response messages, including on RTG response measures, with asylum-seekers and refugees (AAT, CAP, COERR, HOST Interna- tional, IOM, JRS, UNHCR, UNICEF) • Regular consultations with asylum-seeker and refugee leaders to identify protection gaps (JRS, UNHCR) • Regular community consultations to raise awareness of sexual exploitation and abuse issues, reporting and response mechanisms (UNHCR) • Setting up a new COVID-19 related data, guidelines and materials repository (UNHCR) • Installing new emergency communication channels, including a medical LINE ID and official email account for social unit (COERR, JRS) Health Key Issue Ensure access to COVID-19 healthcare • Medical hotline channels for COVID-19 response, including preliminary screening, information and self-care (COERR) • Close monitoring of positive COVID-19 cases and advocacy to include asylum-seekers and refugees within RTG’s national surveillance, response and planning activities for COVID-19 (COEER, UNHCR) • Maintaining access to Health Information and Referral Desks (COERR, Tzu Chi) • Ongoing supply of medication for asylum-seekers and refugees, including those with serious psychological conditions including in Immigration Detention Centres (COERR, Tzu Chi, UNHCR) • Ongoing provision of psychological counselling for detainees and health screening for children and their primary caregivers prior and after release from Immigration Detention Centers, includ- ing COVID-19 test (IOM) • Providing interpretation and facilitating hospital visits for vulnerable POCs (COERR, JRS, Tzu Chi, UNHCR) Protection and advocacy Key Issue Inclusion of asylum-seekers and refugees in the RTG’s COVID-19 national sur- veillance, response and planning • Continued advocacy on inclusion of POC in the RTG’s national surveillance, response and plan- ning activities (AAT, COERR, JRS, Tzu Chi, UNHCR, UNICEF) • Continued advocacy to encourage RTG to expand the use of alternatives to detention, in particu- lar, for children and their mothers as well as serious medical cases (AAT, IOM, UNHCR, UNICEF) • Ensuring continued delivery of protection services for the most vulnerable (all Sub-group mem- bers) • Revising operating modalities to ensure continued regular and effective protection monitoring, child protection and SGBV case management and effective response to serious protection cases (AAT, CAP, COERR, JRS, UNHCR) • Ongoing registration, refugee status determination and resettlement activities through revised COVID-19 operating modalities, including the use of remote interviewing in Immigration Detention Centres (UNHCR) • Supporting mainstreaming of protection in the work of other pillars (all Sub-group members) • Continued mainstreaming of protection against sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA) in all pro- tection and assistance activities to minimize risks (all Sub-group members) Financial/in-kind support Key Issue Ensuring that basic needs are met during the COVID-19 pandemic • Increased resources for Cash-Based Interventions (CBI) and expansion of CBI beneficiaries to minimize negative economic impact on refugees and asylum-seekers (COEER, JRS, Life Raft, UNHCR) • Provision of Personal Protective Equipment and hygiene materials to POCs, including face masks and alcohol gel (AAT, COEER, IOM, JRS, Tzu Chi, UNICEF) • Provision of emergency food package support, including in Immigration Detention Centers (IOM, JRS, Life Raft, Tzu Chi) • Ongoing Rapid Needs Assessment/Post Distribution Monitoring exercise to assess the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and help inform the development of responses (AAT, COERR, HOST International, IOM, Tzu Chi, UNHCR, UNICEF) Detention Key Issue Promoting access to alternatives to detention while ensuring that conditions of detention are safe • Providing Personal Protective Equipment and Information Education Communication materials pertaining to COVID-19 in detention facilities (ICRC, IOM, UNHCR, UNICEF) • Ensuring continuity of registration, RSD, and durable solutions activities, including through remote interviewing (UNHCR) • Ongoing remote monitoring, protection counselling and interviews (AAT, RRLP, UNHCR) • Advocacy to promote alternatives to detention and ensure that detainees are included in the RTG’s COVID-19 national surveillance, response and planning (IOM, UNHCR, UNICEF) • Ongoing support to provide alternatives to detention (Life Raft)
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Score: 1147659.8 - https://www.unhcr.org/th/wp-co...oard_for_COVID-19-15062020.pdf
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OPINIONS ADOPTED BY THE WORKING GROUP ON ARBITRARY DETENTION AT ITS 85TH SESSION, 12-16 AUGUST 2019 :OPINION NO. 35/2019 CONCERNING CAO SANQIANG (JOHN CAO) (CHINA)
Cao regularly travelled between China and Myanmar, crossing a narrow river that divides the two countries. These journeys used local ferries, as Mr. (...) The source adds that everyone regularly and openly uses the ferries to cross the border river. The ferries are small rafts, which can shuttle two to three people at a time. (...) Cao is rather different in that, as submitted by the source and not rebutted by the Government, he was arrested as he arrived from Myanmar using the river crossing. The Working Group accepts that this could be detention during the commission of a crime since Mr.
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Score: 1147531 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...n&DS=A/HRC/WGAD/2019/35&Lang=E
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NOTE DATED 51/04/25 FROM REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED STATES ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL TRANSMITTING 4 COMMUNIQUES ISSUED BY THE HEADQUARTERS OF THE UNITED NATIONS COMMAND IN KOREA
The only enemy air encouni~red during the day wae a flight of two MIG-type jets which crossed the Yalu River boundary into North Korea. Several F-86 Sabres chased the MIC*s back across the river after a brief engagement. (...) ,,TUESTUIY:'EASTE~'S~ANDAW Tm) divisionUnited States forces along the Imjin River 1.i~~. AttackJng force8 clone-! the central and western fros .cont:tinui; to exert davy iressure a8 Undted Natjsns forces hold their positions 'an aaJ+t to block engy pnqt~ations. (...) :. .'.I : Carrier-basep naval .air~raft,i~licted'heavy"casualties'd;l t eneG Tuesday, attacklng energy troop concentrations and entrenchments along the battle line* . . . / .'
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Score: 1144069.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce....nsf/get?open&DS=S/2108&Lang=E
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