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The library continues to enforce strict adherence to our policy of responding to electronic research and reference questions no later than one hour after the query is received. (...) Building Structural Equity and Inclusion in Open Scholarship practices Watch the recording of the virtual panel discussion that looks at the science-policy-society interface through the lens of open scholarship. 
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Score: 973945.3 - https://www.un.org/hi/node/167956
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The library continues to enforce strict adherence to our policy of responding to electronic research and reference questions no later than one hour after the query is received. (...) Building Structural Equity and Inclusion in Open Scholarship practices Watch the recording of the virtual panel discussion that looks at the science-policy-society interface through the lens of open scholarship. 
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Score: 973945.3 - https://www.un.org/fr/node/167956
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Free Trade Agreements, property and intellectual rights and the development gap: policy dimensions from a Latin American perspective Abstract: The developing countries have recently made great efforts to liberalize their trade and they also have included in their regulatory frameworks strict norms pertaining to the protection of intellectual property (through the International Agreement Trade Related Intellectual Property Issues - TRIPS). However, from an economic development perspective, it is important to take into account that the Intellectual Property Watch imposes restrictions that didn't exist during the industrial evolution of developed countries.
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Score: 973945.3 - https://www.cepal.org/fr/node/21526
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During its initial phase, the project involved women living in the districts most affected by the Coronavirus - like Marneuli and Bolnisi municipalities - and who have had to stay under the strict quarantine restrictions. The sessions include discussions about COVID-19 and allows time for questions and answers. (...) Media contacts Maya Kurtsikidze Communication Specialist, Head of Communication Section UNICEF Georgia Email: mkurtsikidze@unicef.org Multimedia content Watch on YouTube About UNICEF UNICEF promotes the rights and wellbeing of every child, in everything we do.
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Score: 973945.3 - https://www.unicef.org/georgia...ations-pregnant-women-covid-19
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The library continues to enforce strict adherence to our policy of responding to electronic research and reference questions no later than one hour after the query is received. (...) Building Structural Equity and Inclusion in Open Scholarship practices Watch the recording of the virtual panel discussion that looks at the science-policy-society interface through the lens of open scholarship. 
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Score: 973945.3 - https://www.un.org/en/node/167956
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Right of the Lebanese people to self-determination - CHR - NGO statement - Question of Palestine Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: Home About The Committee on Palestinian Rights Division for Palestinian Rights Key Topics Key issues at stake The Quartet History Fast facts The Committee Background Bureau Membership Mandate and Objectives Areas of Activities Working Group Reports Statements Newsletters Events Upcoming Events Committee Meetings International Conferences and Side Events Delegation visits Solidarity Day Capacity Building Programme UNISPAL About UNISPAL Search Document Collection Map Collection Civil Society Overview Responsibilities of Civil Society Partners NGO Action News Get accredited Benefits of accreditation Civil Society Partners UN System FAQ Search for: Home / Right of the Lebanese people to self-determination – CHR – NGO statement Right of the Lebanese people to self-determination – CHR – NGO statement THE RIGHT OF PEOPLES TO SELF-DETERMINATION AND ITS APPLICATION TO PEOPLES UNDER COLONIAL OR ALIEN DOMINATION OR FOREIGN OCCUPATION   QUESTION OF THE VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS IN ANY PART OF THE WORLD    Written statement* submitted by UN Watch, a non-governmental organization in special consultative status          The Secretary-General has received the following written statement which is circulated in accordance with Economic and Social Council resolution 1996/31 (...) Right of the Lebanese People to Self-Determination        The Commission on Human Rights ,   Guided  by the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations, in particular the provisions of Articles 1 and 55 thereof, which affirm the right of peoples to self-determination, and reaffirming the need for the scrupulous respect of the principle of refraining in international relations from the threat or use of force, as specified in the Declaration on Principles of International Law concerning Friendly Relations and Cooperation among States in Accordance with the Charter of the United Nations, adopted by the General Assembly in its resolution 2625 (XXV) of 24 October 1970, Guided also  by the provisions of article 1 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and article 1 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, which affirm that all peoples have the right to self-determination, Guided further  by the provisions of the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action, adopted in June 1993 by the World Conference on Human Rights, and in particular Part I, paragraphs 2 and 3, relating to the right of self-determination of all peoples and especially those subject to foreign occupation, Recalling  all United Nations resolutions that confirm and define the inalienable rights of the Lebanese people, particularly their right to self-determination, Recalling  Security Council Resolution 1583 (2005) of January 28, 2005, which expresses strong support for the territorial integrity, sovereignty and political independence of Lebanon within its internationally recognized boundaries, and under the sole and exclusive authority of the Government of Lebanon, and which calls upon the Government of Lebanon to fully extend and exercise its sole and effective authority throughout the south, including through the deployment of sufficient numbers of Lebanese armed and security forces, to ensure a calm environment throughout the area, including along the Blue Line, and to exert control over the use of force on its territory and from it, Recalling   also  Security Council Resolution 1559 (2004) of 2 September 2004, which effectively rebuked Syria’s illegal interference with Lebanon’s constitutional rules for Presidential elections,    Recalling further  Security Council Resolution 1553 (2004) of 29 July 2004, as well as the statements of the Security Council President concerning the right to sovereignty of the Lebanese people,    Recalling   further  Security Council resolution 520 (1982) of 17 September 1982, which calls for strict respect of the sovereignty, territorial integrity, unity and political independence of Lebanon under the sole and exclusive authority of the Government of Lebanon through the Lebanese Army throughout Lebanon,   Noting  the determination of Lebanon to be free, to exercise control over all Lebanese territory, and to ensure the withdrawal of all non-Lebanese forces from Lebanon,     Reaffirming the right of the Lebanese people to self-determination in accordance with the provisions of the Charter of the United Nations, the relevant United Nations resolutions and declarations, and the provisions of international covenants and instruments relating to the right to self-determination as an international principle and as a right of all peoples in the world, as it is a jus cogens  in international law and a basic condition for achieving freedom for the people of Lebanon,   Mindful  of the unlawful and unconstitutional interference of the Syrian occupation forces in the recent Lebanese presidential elections and underlining  the importance of free and fair elections according to Lebanese constitutional rules devised without foreign interference or influence,   Gravely concerned  at the continued presence of terrorist groups in Lebanon, supported by Syria and Iran, which prevent the Lebanese government from exercising its full sovereignty over all Lebanese territory and its right to self-determination under international law, Reaffirming that Lebanese independence and the end of Syrian occupation will facilitate the dismantling of the Hezbollah terrorist group, an organization that is sponsored by Iran and Syria, and that seeks through violence and terror attacks, including suicide bombing attacks that constitute crimes against humanity and war crimes, to derail the Middle East peace process, 1. (...) Decides  that if the provisional agenda of its sixty-second session includes the item entitled “The right of peoples to self-determination and its application to peoples under colonial or alien domination or foreign occupation”, then it shall consider the situation in occupied Lebanon under that agenda item, as a matter of high priority.   —— Document symbol: E/CN.4/2005/NGO/308 Document Type: Statement Document Sources: Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) , UN Watch Subject: NGOs/Civil Society , Self-determination , Situation in Lebanon Publication Date: 15/02/2005 2019-03-11T20:19:31-04:00 Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!
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Score: 966590.7 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-176435/
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SUMMARY : [UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW] : SAUDI ARABIA / PREPARED BY THE OFFICE OF THE HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 15(C) OF THE ANNEX TO HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL RESOLUTION 5/1
The European Centre for Law and Justice (ECLJ) noted that strict Islamic law governs, and as such, the Saudi Constitution does not permit religious freedom and that even the practice of Islam itself is limited to the strict, Saudi-specific interpretation of Islam. (...) A/HRC/WG.6/4/SAU/3 page 11 31 Amnesty International UPR submission, p. 7. 32 AlKarama for Human Rights UPR submission, pp. 4 and 5. 33 AlKarama for Human Rights UPR submission, p. 6. 34 AlKarama for Human Rights UPR submission, pp. 2 and 3. 35 International Commission of Jurists UPR submission, p. 5. 36 Amnesty International UPR submission, pp. 4 and 5. 37 AlKarama for Human Rights UPR submission, p. 3. 38 AlKarama for Human Rights UPR submission, p. 6. 39 Human Rights Watch UPR submission, p. 1. 40 Jubilee Campaign UPR submission, p. 3, para. 16. 41 Amnesty International UPR submission, p. 4. 42 International Commission of Jurists UPR submission, p. 6. 43 AlKarama for Human Rights UPR submission, p. 5. 44 Human Rights Watch UPR submission, pp. 4 and 5. 45 International Commission of Jurists UPR submission, p. 4. 46 International Commission of Jurists UPR submission, p. 3. 47 International Commission of Jurists UPR submission, p. 4. 48 AlKarama for Human Rights UPR submission, p. 6. 49 Human Rights Watch UPR submission, pp. 4 and 5. 50 Amnesty International UPR submission, p. 5. 51 Amnesty International UPR submission, p. 6. 52 Amnesty International UPR submission, p. 5. 53 AlKarama for Human Rights UPR submission, p. 6. 54 Human Rights Watch UPR submission, pp. 4 and 5. 55 Jubilee Campaign UPR submission, p. 1, para. 5. 56 The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty UPR submission, p. 4. 57 Human Rights Watch UPR submission, p. 5. 58 Human Rights Watch UPR submission, p. 5. 59 Amnesty International UPR submission, p. 6. 60 Human Rights Watch UPR submission, p. 2. 61 Human Rights Watch UPR submission, p. 3. 62 Human Rights Watch UPR submission, p. 3. 63 The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty UPR submission, p. 3. 64 Jubilee Campaign UPR submission, p. 2, para. 10. 65 Reporters without Borders UPR submission, p. 1. 66 Reporters without Borders UPR submission, p. 2. 67 The European Centre for Law and Justice UPR submission, p. 1. 68 The European Centre for Law and Justice UPR submission, pp. 2 and 3. A/HRC/WG.6/4/SAU/3 page 12 69 AlKarama for Human Rights UPR submission, p. 6. 70 International Commission of Jurists UPR submission, p. 4. 71 Amnesty International UPR submission, p. 3. 72 The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty UPR submission, p. 5. 73 Human Rights Watch UPR submission, p. 3. 74 Jubilee Campaign UPR submission, p. 3, paras.17, 18 and 20. 75 Human Rights Watch UPR submission, p. 4. 76 Human Rights Watch UPR submission, p. 3. 77 Human Rights Watch UPR submission, p. 4. 78 Jubilee Campaign UPR submission, p. 1, para. 3. -----
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Score: 965178.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=A/HRC/WG.6/4/SAU/3&Lang=E
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While COVID-19 case numbers have dropped considerably in Fiji over the past months, around the world, they have been rising and we are now watching closely to see the impact of Omicron, the new variant of concern. (...) But if we all do this, we can help protect ourselves, our families and our communities, and also help avoid the strict control measures that are now being re-introduced in other countries.  (...) We all need to keep watching the advice from the Ministry, and be ready to adapt if the advice changes.
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Score: 944724 - https://www.who.int/westernpac...with-covid-19-and-staying-safe
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According to the international organization's "Social Watch" survey, my country is ranked 33rd among 156 states from the perspective of activity index for women. (...) Both these legislations aim at incorporating international standards into national legislation and enacting legal previsions that will strongly protect women's wellbeing and their inalienable rights through introducing strict measures for violators of domestic violence.
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Score: 943469 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/.../documents/ga67/Kazakhstan.pdf
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Then, we clean our cell phones, watches, glasses and other personal effects. In the evening, I always prepare tea infusions with essential oils, ginger and cinnamon. (...) After that, there are times when I have to be strict and stern, and also times where I have to listen to them and be understanding.
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Score: 943469 - https://www.unicef.org/madagas...ina-andriamboavonjy-all-fronts
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