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CLEARING HOUSE ON TRANSPORT, HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT (THE PEP CLEARING HOUSE) : CONCEPTUAL DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION ARRANGEMENTS / PREPARED BY THE WHO/EUROPE AND UNECE SECRETARIAT IN COOPERATION WITH THE TASK FORCE ON THE CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF THE PEP CLEARING HOUSE
For this purpose, the Clearing House would index documents and websites to enable searches based on two different methods, namely (a) search by keywords (indexes), and (b) search by categories (directories). 23. (...) Therefore, the nodes would only be required to update their own website, and would not need to constantly upload information and data to the Clearing House. This first search method would allow users to search by keyword within pre-selected websites, with the search engine ranking the search results by relevance. (...) Keyword searches might also be a more familiar method for most web users today.
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Score: 437436.7 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE...PEN&DS=ECE/AC.21/2004/3&LANG=E
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PETITION FROM MR. KALIF MAALIN HASSANO AND OTHERS CONCERNING SOMALILAND UNDER ITALIAN ADMINISTRATION
(:nngcrprint) She states that at the time of ·ohe search she was present in tile market and sm.r before the search the arrest of t-laha. (...) Tne search was made between two rm-Ts of police officers and ilalos brandishing their arms. (...) She states that on the_ .occasion .of . the search made at the S.Y .1. Section in Goluen 1 while she 1vas going to draw 's'Oin,e water she met her ·nephew .
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Score: 436978.96 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=T/PET.11/302&Lang=E
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CONCLUDING OBSERVATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE AGAINST TORTURE : HONG KONG SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGION
The HKSAR should ensure that health-care professionals are equipped with the necessary training and information to recognize and detect signs and features that may suggest the occurrence of torture, as well as to provide gender sensitive treatment in legal and medical institutions. Strip search and body cavity search 10. The Committee notes the new Police guidelines in force from 1 July 2008 on the handling of searches of detainees in police custody. While welcoming that, under this revised procedure, a designated officer has to justify the scope and conduct of a search based on objective and identifiable criteria, the Committee is concerned at: (a) The Police Commissioner’s determination that every person in police custody has to be searched every time he or she enters a detention facility maintained by the police, making body searches automatic for all individuals in police custody, irrespective of whether or not there is any objective justification thereto; (b) Allegations of abusive strip searches, including in facilities of the Immigration Department and of the Correctional Services Department; and (c) Allegations of the routine practice of conducting body cavity searches of those entering in prison, despite the fact that Rule 9 of the Hong Kong prison rules only provides for the possibility of conducting such searches. The HKSAR should: (a) Ensure that strip searches for persons in police custody are limited to cases where there is a reasonable and clear justification; if carried out, the search has to be conducted with the least intrusive means and in full conformity with article 16 of the Convention; an independent mechanism to monitor those searches, upon request of the detainee, should also be provided; (b) Establish precise and strict guidelines regulating the strip searches conducted by all law-enforcement officials, including those from the Immigration and Correctional Services Department; if these guidelines are already in place, they should be strictly abided by and their observance consistently monitored; records of searches should be made and all abuses committed should be thoroughly investigated and, if substantiated, punished; and (c) Seek alternate methods to body cavity search for routine screening of prisoners; if such search has to be conducted, it must be only as a last CAT/C/HKG/CO/4 page 5 resort and should be performed by trained health personnel and with due regard for the individual’s privacy and dignity.
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Score: 436832.37 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=CAT/C/HKG/CO/4&Lang=E
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MISSING PERSONS :REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
ICRC and the Missing Persons Search Unit also signed a memorandum of understanding in July 2019. (...) In Mexico, the National Search Commission was created in 2018, the National Search System was reinstated in March 2019, and, to date, 29 states have created State Search Commissions and 25 have established specialized attorney offices on disappearances. 49. (...) As of April 2020, ICRC conducted a search related to the names of more than 2,800 missing persons.
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Score: 436768.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/75/306&Lang=E
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COMMUNICATION NO. 3042/2017: DECISION/VIEWS
First, both States are parties to the International Convention on Maritime Search and Rescue, 1979. Although the Maltese authorities were responsible for the search and rescue maritime area in which the vessel was located, the Italian authorities were exercising de facto control over the Maltese search and rescue area, as Italy is often the only State willing and able to carry out rescue operations in the area. (...) CCPR/C/130/D/3042/2017 5 their respective search and rescue areas, so as to include, in addition to the respective territorial waters of each State, portions of the high seas, with the identification of a single competent search and rescue authority for said area. (...) It notes that under the International Convention on Maritime Search and Rescue, 1979, the responsibility for protecting the lives of persons on board a vessel on the high seas belongs to the competent rescue centre of the State responsible for that search and rescue area.
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Score: 436725.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...=CCPR/C/130/D/3042/2017&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 54/02/15 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF ISRAEL ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Art. 3 Force may at all times be used against any ship attempting to avoid search, where necessary by firing so as to force it to stop and submit to search. (...) Art. 8 - I~ order to facilitate the search formalities: the cargo may be unloaded if the search party deems such a course necessary, or if the rr.aster himself requests it to avoid delay. (...) :hich has already been search~r.i in an Egyptian port ffil:::,y ~,:t be searched a second time in another TI:gyptian port during the same voyage) except where the master has requested that the first search be partial and concluded iu another port.
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Score: 436654.44 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce....nsf/get?open&DS=S/3179&Lang=E
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On 3 June 2019, the Applicant, a Special Advisor at the D-2 level with the United Nations Development Programme (“UNDP”) filed the application in which he contests a “[n]otice of termination of permanent appointment following a two-month extension of the search period without having afforded priority consideration for available posts”. 2.
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Score: 436579 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2020-104.pdf
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NOTE [TRANSMITTING THE 20TH QUARTERLY REPORT ON THE ACTIVITIES OF THE UN MONITORING, VERIFICATION AND INSPECTION COMMISSION, IN ACCORDANCE WITH PARA. 12 OF SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 1284 (1999)]
When searching for a particular word, the search engine also catalogues and analyses other words that appear together with the search word in all other documents. The result set, therefore, would also include documents without the search word, but containing the words that are statistically related to the search word. (...) The UNMOVIC Intranet contains tools for performing detailed searches of the contents of databases: • Interview search system.
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Score: 436539.55 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=S/2005/129&Lang=E
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FOLLOW-UP PROGRESS REPORT ON INDIVIDUAL COMMUNICATIONS :COMMITTEE ON ENFORCED DISAPPEARANCES
The information provided by the State party continues to reflect sporadic, isolated and largely formalistic actions that do not seem to be part of a previously defined search and investigation strategy. Steps taken by family members, close contacts or representatives of the disappeared persons are still crucial to ensuring that searches and investigations move forward. 8. In the vast majority of cases, the authors of requests for urgent action are exasperated by the failure to conduct searches and investigations with due diligence. They find it regrettable that there are no on-site investigations or comprehensive analyses of the available evidence or the information they provide to the authorities responsible for searches and investigations. 9. (...) Any decision to discontinue the search should be taken in a transparent manner and requires the prior and informed consent of the family members, in accordance with principle 7 of the guiding principles for the search for disappeared persons.
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Score: 436503.37 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=CED/C/17/2&Lang=E
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DRAFT MODEL LAW ON SECURED TRANSACTIONS
Article 22. Search results 1. Upon submission of a search request, the Registry must provide a search result that indicates the date and time when the search was performed and: Option A (a) Sets forth all information in each registered notice that contains information matching the search criterion exactly; or (b) Indicates that no registered notice contains information matching the search criterion exactly. (...) Upon request by a searcher, the Registry must issue an official search certificate indicating the search result. 3. A search certificate may be in the form of a written search result issued by the Registry and is proof of its contents in the absence of evidence to the contrary.
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Score: 436485.55 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=A/CN.9/852&Lang=E
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