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While the Committee recognizes the negative effects of structural adjustment programmes on certain groups of women, it is concerned at the high incidence of poverty among women. 177. (...) The Committee is concerned that under the current national health plan for 1997-2017, the role of the State in the development of a national health care system consistent with the structural adjustment programmes is minimized. (...) The Committee is concerned at the negative impact on families and the rights of children of structural adjustment projects .
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Score: 843866.2 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...t/table_TB_on_foreign_debt.doc
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Specifications a Conclusion based on current estimated dietary exposure Structural class III 3′,7-Dihydroxy-4′-methoxyflavan 2170 N No safety concern Trilobatin 2171 N No safety concern (±)-Eriodictyol 2172 N No safety concern a N, new specifications. (...) Specifications a Conclusion based on current estimated dietary exposure Structural class I 3-Methylhexanal 2173 N No safety concern 6-Methylheptanal 2174 N No safety concern 6-Methyloctanal 2175 N No safety concern 3,7-Dimethyloctanal 2176 N No safety concern a N, new specifications. (...) Specifications a Conclusion based on current estimated dietary exposure Subgroup ii: Acyclic sulfides with oxidized side-chains Structural class I 1-(Methylthio)-3-octanone 2086 N No safety concern Subgroup iii: Cyclic sulfides Structural class III 4-Methyl-2-propyl-1,3-oxathiane 2089 N No safety concern Subgroup iv: Simple thiols Structural class I 3-Pentanethiol 2083 N No safety concern Subgroup v: Thiols with oxidized side- chains Structural class I 4-Mercapto-3-methyl-2-butanol 2084 N No safety concern Ethyl 2-mercapto-2-methylpropionate 2085 N No safety concern Subgroup vi: Dithiols Structural class III 1,1-Propanedithiol 2087 N No safety concern Subgroup viii: Disulfides with oxidized side-chains Structural class III 1-Methyldithio-2-propanone 2088 N No safety concern a N, new specifications.
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Score: 842667.2 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/.../76th_JECFA_summary_report.pdf
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However, the outcome of the High-Level Meeting on Employment and Structural Adjustment largely dispelled these concerns. 5. (...) Follow-up on the High-Level Meeting on Employment and Structural Adjustment: Activities of the ILO; Proposals concerning a second High-Level Meeting. (...) Effect to be given to resolutions adopted by the International Labour Conference: Resolution concerning social protection and the alleviation of unemployment and poverty and the social dimension of structural adjustment and transition to a market economy; Resolution concerning exposure to and safety in the use of biological agents at work.
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Score: 826497.3 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...s/relm/gb/docs/gb267/esp-4.htm
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However, the outcome of the High-Level Meeting on Employment and Structural Adjustment largely dispelled these concerns. 5. (...) Follow-up on the High-Level Meeting on Employment and Structural Adjustment: Activities of the ILO; Proposals concerning a second High-Level Meeting. (...) Effect to be given to resolutions adopted by the International Labour Conference: Resolution concerning social protection and the alleviation of unemployment and poverty and the social dimension of structural adjustment and transition to a market economy; Resolution concerning exposure to and safety in the use of biological agents at work.
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Score: 826497.3 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...s/relm/gb/docs/gb267/esp-4.htm
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Contributions to this Assembly, WTSA-16, elaborate more on the principles for structuring the ITU-T, and African Member States was concerned of the details of some of these principles, which may need reconsideration. (...) While these are very relevant requirements, however structuring of Study Groups should address more elaborate issues that address the needs and concerns of developing countries. (...) Therefore, African Member States are looking for an ITU-T Study Groups structure that help in developing standards which addresses effectively and promptly the concerns and needs of developing countries.
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Score: 825759.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/w...ived/042ADD19E_as_received.doc
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DEVELOPMENTS OF CONCERN IN THE REPORTING PERIOD The following developments are of concern as they negatively affect the lives of Palestinians and contribute to the consolidation of Israel's presence and control of the occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem. The targeting of Palestinian structures in midst of the pandemic was of serious concern in 202014. (...) Another 13 per cent of the structures in Area C (88) were demolished on the basis of Military Order 1797, which provides a 96-hour notice and very limited grounds for legally challenging a demolition15. 4.3 Military Regulations Concerning the Transfer of Goods In the second half of 2020, the Israeli government increasingly targeted unlicensed structures in the West Bank and East Jerusalem through instrumentalising the ‘Military Regulations Concerning the Transfer of Goods’16.
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Score: 823956.6 - https://www.un.org/unispal/wp-...1/11/EURPTSETTLEDEM_221121.pdf
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Bureau of Statistics, work unit of the Policy Integration Department ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations About the ILO Topics Regions Meetings and events Publications Research Labour standards Statistics and databases Français | Español | FAQs | Contact us     Home page Introduction to occupational classifications   ISCO-08   Structure, definitions and correspondence tables     Eurostat Discussion Forum   ISCO-88   Structure & Definitions Alphabetical Index   ISCO-68   Major, Minor and Unit Groups Publication   ISCO-58   Major, Minor and Unit Groups Publication   Web Discussion Join Web Discussion   Papers and articles       2211 BIOLOGISTS, BOTANISTS, ZOOLOGISTS AND RELATED PROFESSIONALS   Biologists, botanists, zoologists and related professionals conduct research, improve or develop concepts, theories and operational methods, and apply scientific knowledge relating to biology, microbiology, bacteriology, cytology, genetics, zoology, botany and ecology, especially in the fields of medicine and agriculture. Tasks include - (a) conducting research, improving or developing concepts, theories and operational methods in their respective fields; (b) conducting field and laboratory experiments concerning all forms of life by identifying and classifying human, animal, insect or plant specimens, and studying their origin, development, chemical and physical form, structure, composition, and life and reproductive processes; (c) studying and conducting experiments concerning the structure, development and characteristics of micro- organisms such as bacteria or viruses; (d) studying and conducting experiments concerning the factors involved in the origin, development and transmission of hereditary characteristics in human beings, animals or plants; (e) studying all forms of plant life and developing practical applications of this knowledge in fields such as agriculture and medicine; (f) studying all forms of animal life and developing practical applications of this knowledge in fields such as agriculture and medicine; (g) studying and conducting experiments concerning the structure and functions of living cells, and the influence of physical and chemical factors upon normal and abnormal cells; (h) studying inter-relationships of animal and plant life and the environmental factors involved, and giving professional advice to related disciplines; (i) developing industrial, medical and other applications of knowledge in their respective fields; (j) preparing scientific papers and reports; (k) performing related tasks; (l) supervising other workers.
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Score: 822013.4 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...reau/stat/isco/isco88/2211.htm
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Bureau of Statistics, work unit of the Policy Integration Department ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations About the ILO Topics Regions Meetings and events Publications Research Labour standards Statistics and databases Français | Español | FAQs | Contact us     Home page Introduction to occupational classifications   ISCO-08   Structure, definitions and correspondence tables     Eurostat Discussion Forum   ISCO-88   Structure & Definitions Alphabetical Index   ISCO-68   Major, Minor and Unit Groups Publication   ISCO-58   Major, Minor and Unit Groups Publication   Web Discussion Join Web Discussion   Papers and articles       2211 BIOLOGISTS, BOTANISTS, ZOOLOGISTS AND RELATED PROFESSIONALS   Biologists, botanists, zoologists and related professionals conduct research, improve or develop concepts, theories and operational methods, and apply scientific knowledge relating to biology, microbiology, bacteriology, cytology, genetics, zoology, botany and ecology, especially in the fields of medicine and agriculture. Tasks include - (a) conducting research, improving or developing concepts, theories and operational methods in their respective fields; (b) conducting field and laboratory experiments concerning all forms of life by identifying and classifying human, animal, insect or plant specimens, and studying their origin, development, chemical and physical form, structure, composition, and life and reproductive processes; (c) studying and conducting experiments concerning the structure, development and characteristics of micro- organisms such as bacteria or viruses; (d) studying and conducting experiments concerning the factors involved in the origin, development and transmission of hereditary characteristics in human beings, animals or plants; (e) studying all forms of plant life and developing practical applications of this knowledge in fields such as agriculture and medicine; (f) studying all forms of animal life and developing practical applications of this knowledge in fields such as agriculture and medicine; (g) studying and conducting experiments concerning the structure and functions of living cells, and the influence of physical and chemical factors upon normal and abnormal cells; (h) studying inter-relationships of animal and plant life and the environmental factors involved, and giving professional advice to related disciplines; (i) developing industrial, medical and other applications of knowledge in their respective fields; (j) preparing scientific papers and reports; (k) performing related tasks; (l) supervising other workers.
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Score: 822013.4 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...reau/stat/isco/isco88/2211.htm
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Some heavy machinery, also employed for other archaeological activities on the plaza, is used to remove the debris cleared from the pathway, but it operates from areas external to the archaeological structures of the pathway. III. Consultations with the concerned authorities 23. (...) The IAA stated that it had full authority over the area and that all the decisions concerning the archaeological surveys and consolidation of the pathway fell under its sole responsibility, while the Municipality of Jerusalem was in charge of the design and construction work of the new access structure. (...) The mission clearly indicated to all the concerned parties that the heritage value of the Mughrabi pathway, an integral part of the site inscribed on the World Heritage List, cannot be limited to the archaeological structures, but has to include its important cultural, religious and symbolic aspects, and that these should be duly taken into account in any phase of the consolidation and restoration process. 45.
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Score: 816563.6 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-206780/
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Some heavy machinery, also employed for other archaeological activities on the plaza, is used to remove the debris cleared from the pathway, but it operates from areas external to the archaeological structures of the pathway. III. CONSULTATIONS WITH THE CONCERNED AUTHORITIES 23. (...) The IAA stated that it had full authority over the area and that all the decisions concerning the archaeological surveys and consolidation of the pathway fell under its sole responsibility, while the Municipality of Jerusalem was in charge of the design and construction work of the new access structure. (...) The mission clearly indicated to all the concerned parties that the heritage value of the Mughrabi pathway, an integral part of the site inscribed on the World Heritage List, cannot be limited to the archaeological structures, but has to include its important cultural, religious and symbolic aspects, and that these should be duly taken into account in any phase of the consolidation and restoration process. 45.
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Score: 816563.6 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-196393/
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