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Ten guiding principles for social security pensions International Labour Office The ILO Global Campaign to extend Social Security to all Responding with social security to the crisis Responses: – social security has benn widely used as a means to combat the social and economic consequences of the crisis through prevention of poverty individual consumption smoothing and stabilisation of aggregate demand – acceptance of stabilisation function of social transfers led to extending benefits. – But there are first signs of “consolidation measures“ ... (...) International Labour Office The ILO Global Campaign to extend Social Security to all Pension systems reformed over last decades have to be reviewed, fixed and strengthened Fix existing contributory pension schemes Introduce/strengthen minimum non-contributory guarantees - a social protection floor Combine the two into a rational long-term strategy International Labour Office The ILO Global Campaign to extend Social Security to all Fixing existing schemes Stop undermining trust in public DB schemes by pretending that DC schemes are immune to ageing Enforce efficiency: decrease administrative cost levels Stop wasting public money on providing tax breaks for voluntary private third tier pension schemes Intelligent pension age rules need to be used as stabilisers Improve the unemployment schemes to prevent pensions being used as a substitute Intelligent funding levels in DB pension schemes need to be developed to optimise the economic role of pension schemes Reduce dependency of benefit levels in pension schemes on volatile market performance through: – Shifting the balance in the systems back to DB schemes – Develop DB guarantees for DC schemes – Turn mandatory DC schemes into NDC schemes or guarantee rates of return otherwise International Labour Office The ILO Global Campaign to extend Social Security to all Putting a solid social protection floor in place Basic non-contributory pensions for everybody Non-contributory interventions into the contributory schemes: – Compensating lost-benefit entitlements or refunding contributions for periods of involuntary absence from the labour market – Subsidising contributions of those with lower incomes International Labour Office The ILO Global Campaign to extend Social Security to all Ten guiding principles (1) 1) Universal coverage: Everybody has a right to affordable retirement through pension systems that provide all residents with at least a minimum level of income protection in old age.
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Score: 1031288.3 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...vents/files/bertranou_-oit.pdf
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DAILY JOURNAL - MONDAY, 12 OCTOBER 2015
Marianna Bolshakova, Legal Officers, Office 407 (Fourth Floor). Telephone: +905340303107 or +90905340303111. (...) TRAVEL DATES FOR HEADS OF DELEGATIONS ATTENDING THE HIGH-LEVEL SEGMENT In order to facilitate a smooth arrival and departure of Heads of delegation attending the High-Level Segment of COP 12, delegations are kindly requested to communicate their flight details as well as hotel accommodation to Mrs. (...) In the interest of the smooth running of the meetings, participants need to maintain a normal speed whenever delivering speeches or making statements, so that the provision of the required high quality simultaneous interpretation services can be achieved to the entire satisfaction of all concerned.
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Score: 1029484.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=ICCD/COP(12)/OD/1&Lang=E
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DRAFT SUPPLEMENT 1 TO THE 03 SERIES OF AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 36, PUBLIC SERVICE VEHICLES
Unless otherwise stated, all measurements shall be made when the vehicle is at its unladen kerb mass (MK) (kg) and it is standing on a smooth and horizontal ground surface. If a kneeling system is fitted to the vehicle, it shall not be in operation. 2.25. (...) The maximum slope of the floor in the access passage shall not exceed 5 per cent when the unladen vehicle is standing on a smooth and horizontal surface in its normal condition of travel (in particular: any kneeling device shall not be engaged)." (...) The maximum slope of the step in any direction shall not exceed 5 per cent when the unladen vehicle is standing on a smooth and horizontal surface in its normal condition of travel (in particular: any kneeling device shall not be engaged)."
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Score: 1028566.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=TRANS/WP.29/576&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 52, SMALL CAPACITY PUBLIC SERVICE VEHICLES / TRANSMITTED BY THE SECRETARIAT
The maximum slope of the floor in the access passage shall not exceed 5 per cent when the unladen vehicle is standing on a TRANS/WP.29/GRSG/1999/15 page 3 smooth and horizontal surface in its normal condition of travel (in particular: any kneeling device shall not be engaged).” (...) However, the vertical distance between the gangway surface and the floor of the seating area shall not exceed 35 cm.” (...) The maximum slope of the step in any direction shall not exceed 5 per cent when the unladen vehicle in standing on a smooth and horizontal surface in its normal condition of travel (in particular: any kneeling device shall not be engaged).”
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Score: 1016190.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RANS/WP.29/GRSG/1999/15&Lang=E
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Submission to the Committee for the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Response from Bridge of Hope Armenia to Article 24 General Comment on Inclusive Education Contact: Susanna Tadevosyan, President Bridge of Hope, Armenia 19A Koryun str., 2nd floor, Yerevan 0009, Armenia E-mail: bridge@arminco.com ;  info@bridgeofhope.am Website:  www.bridgeofhope.am/en/ This response is based on research carried out in 2015 by Bridge of Hope, with support from Open Society Foundation Early Childhood Programme and the Enabling Education Network. (...) Bridge of Hope’s research found that some pre-schools and schools have set up their own ad hoc mechanisms for linking with each other to discuss specific learners’ needs and to put in place preparatory activities to ensure a smooth transition to a new school. However, this is not formalised or compulsory and is currently dependent on the will and initiative of individual teachers/school management.
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Score: 1015676 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ducation/BridgeHopeArmenia.doc
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DRAFT OUTLINE FOR COUNTRY MONOGRAPHS ON THE HUMAN SETTLEMENTS SITUATION AND RELATED CURRENT TRENDS AND POLICIES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
. %] Defined as the total investment in housing (in both the formal and informal sectors) as a percentage of gross domestic product. Indicator 5: Floor area per person [.... sq.m.] Defined as the median usable floor area per person last year. (...) (The housing credit portfolio is a measure of the relative size of the housing finance sector and its ability to provide households with the funds necessary to smooth their consumption patterns over time. If housing credit forms only a small part of total credit, it is quite likely that the finance institutions are facing legal or institutional constraints making it difficult for them to meet the demand for housing finance. (...) Adequate financing should be available to smooth housing consumption over time for consumers, and to enable efficient land development and construction for producers.)
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Score: 1015169.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=HBP/R.331&Lang=E
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All public lifts or elevators should have Braille indication of the floors and, if possible, there should be audio-floor indicators or audio description so that persons who are visually impaired will know which floor they are on. (...) All public lifts or elevators should have Braille indication of the floors and, if possible, there should be audio-floor indicators so that persons who are visually impaired will know which floor they are on. (...) There should be an appropriate number of interpreters in order to ensure a good smooth operation. functioning of the proceedings.
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Score: 1012677.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/a...y%20Guidelines%20-%20V9.1.docx
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AMENDMENT OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS ON TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR INLAND NAVIGATION VESSELS (ANNEX TO RESOLUTION NO. 17, REVISED) / TRANSMITTED BY THE GROUP OF VOLUNTEERS
Floorings shall be non-slip and impervious to damp. (...) Berths shall not be directly underneath air vents. 17-6.2 17-2.8.3 Berths shall be not less than 0.30 m above the floor. Where one berth is placed over another, the clear headroom above each berth shall be not less than 0.60 m.30/ Berths shall not be arranged in tiers of more then two. 31/ 17-2.8.4 Berths, including their frames, shall be made of a hard, smooth material protected against corrosion. (...) The pipes shall be durable, with a smooth lining, and shall be fitted with unions for water hydrants on quays. 17-4.5 The filling apertures of potable-water tanks shall be so marked as to warn the user against introducing other liquids. 17-4.6 Pressurized-water cisterns for potable water shall operate only on compressed air of natural composition.
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Score: 1010507.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../WP.3/AC.2/2003/1/ADD.1&Lang=E
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Ground-rules/Steering Note for a smooth VTC 1. Please use a headset with microphone/earpiece for better audio quality for all participants. 2. (...) If you have questions or would like to make a comment in response to the questions outlined on the programme, please use the chat function to ask for the ‘floor’, either posting your questions or letting the moderator know that you would like to make a small intervention. 4. (...) If time permits, the same person can take the floor more than once. 5. For those who were not able to comment (or who feel that they have additional comments to make), written comments can be shared up to 24 hours after the meeting end (to Jibecke.joensson@eeas.europa.eu).
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Score: 1009951.6 - https://www.un.org/peacebuildi...iew_virtual_v23_april_2020.pdf
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AGREEMENT CONCERNING THE ADOPTION OF UNIFORM TECHNICAL PRESCRIPTIONS FOR WHEELED VEHICLES, EQUIPMENT AND PARTS ... REGULATION NO. 36, UNIFORM PROVISIONS CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF LARGE PASSENGER VEHICLES WITH REGARD TO THEIR GENERAL CONSTRUCTION
Unless otherwise stated, all measurements shall be made when the vehicle is at its unladen kerb mass (MK) (kg) and it is standing on a smooth and horizontal ground surface. If a kneeling system is fitted to the vehicle, it shall not be in operation. 2.25. (...) The maximum slope of the floor in the access passage shall not exceed 5 per cent when the unladen vehicle is standing on a smooth and horizontal surface in its normal condition of travel (in particular: any kneeling device shall not be engaged)." (...) The maximum slope of the step in any direction shall not exceed 5 per cent when the unladen vehicle is standing on a smooth and horizontal surface in its normal condition of travel (in particular: any kneeling device shall not be engaged)."
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Score: 1005959.6 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE....1/ADD.35/REV.1/AMEND.1&LANG=E
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