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2 LC Comments. 1 AR Comment. Approved with substantial changes: 22/5/02. AAP: 23 English   Français Copia Imprimible Oficina del Secretario General Radio- comunicaciones (ITU-R) Normalización (ITU-T) Desarrollo (ITU-D) TELECOM Exposiciones y Foros Miembros Pagina Principal : Publicaciones 2 LC Comments. 1 AR Comment. Approved with substantial changes: 22/5/02. AAP: 23 Comienzo de la página  -  Comentarios  -  Confidencial  -  Copyright © ITU 2001  Reservados todos los derechos Contacto public :  webmaster@itu.int Puesto al dia el 2007-03-30  
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Score: 646847.8 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu...story/h248v2/aa-/index-es.html
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2 LC Comments. 1 AR Comment. Approved with substantial changes: 22/5/02. AAP: 23 English   Español Copie Imprimable Bureau du Secrétaire Général Radio- communication (ITU-R) Normalisation (ITU-T) Développement (ITU-D) Expositions et Forums de TELECOM Membres Home Page : Publications 2 LC Comments. 1 AR Comment. Approved with substantial changes: 22/5/02. AAP: 23 Début de page  -  Commentaires  -  Confidentialité  -  Droit d'auteur © UIT 2001  Tout droits réservés Contact pour cette page :  webmaster@itu.int Mis à jour le 2007-03-30  
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Score: 645866.6 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu...story/h248v2/aa-/index-fr.html
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The screening procedure led to the identification of 3‘Substantial’ risks, and 11 ‘Moderate risks’ resulting in the project having an overall rating of ‘Substantial’ and that the identified social and environmental risks’ impacts are manageable through identified mitigation measures detailed in the Screening Template, included in Annex 9.1. (...) In terms of risks, the SESP identified a total of fourteen risks, ten of which have been assessed as having Moderate significance while three were rated Substantial (and one as low); hence overall SESP risk categorization rating for the project is “Substantial”. (...) Table 5 SES Standards Triggered Overarching Principle / Project-level Standard Rating Human Rights Substantial Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment Moderate Accountability Substantial Standard 1: Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Natural Resource Management Moderate Standard 2: Climate Change and Mitigation Moderate Standard 3: Community Health, Safety and Working Conditions Substantial Standard 4: Cultural Heritage Moderate Standard 5: Displacement and Resettlement Moderate Standard 6: Indigenous Peoples Substantial Standard 7: Labour and working conditions Moderate Standard 8: Pollution Prevention and Resource Efficiency Moderate Number of risks in each risk rating category High 0 Substantial 3 Moderate 10 Low 1 Total number of project risks 14 Overall Project Risk Categorization Substantial The UNDP’s Social and Environmental Screening Procedure (SESP) has resulted in an overall “substantial” risk rating for the project.
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Score: 645530.9 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...326/files/2022-07/Summary.docx
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Unless otherwise provided in an international treaty governing import of the goods in question, goods whose origin cannot be determined under Article 3 and goods whose production involved more than one country shall be deemed to originate in the country where they underwent their last substantial transformation. 3 (a) For the purpose of this Article, the term "substantial transformation" shall mean a substantial and economically justified processing or working in an undertaking equipped for that purpose and resulting in the manufacture of a new product or representing an important stage of manufacture. (b) In the absence of substantial evidence to the contrary, a good manufactured from materials each of which has undergone a change in tariff classification at the four-digit level as a result of incorporation into the good in question shall be deemed to have undergone a substantial transformation. However, a change in tariff classification shall not be regarded as sufficient to indicate "substantial transformation if the classification change results solely from: (i) a change in the use of the goods; (ii) packaging operations such as bottling, wrapping and the like; (iii) the application of the Harmonized System's General Interpretive Rule 2(a) (General Interpretive Rule 2(a) of the CIS Goods Nomenclature of Foreign Economic Activity) with respect to incomplete or unassembled goods; (iv) attaching or connecting together goods such as a computer, monitor, keyboard and mouse to form an assembled whole; or (v) the mere addition of preservatives. 2.
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Score: 644811.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/geo_e/WTACCGEO26_LEG_4.pdf
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("Bizimungu Decision , ,)2, the Prosecution submitted that absent an application containing substantiated allegations of misconduct by Prosecution staff, the Defence should be limited to the topics of the number of such meetings, their dates and duration? As a result, the Trial Chamber ordered the Defence to file such a substantiated application before being allowed to pursue the desired line of cross-examination ("Impugned Order,,).4 2. (...) As regards prejudice to the rights of the Accused, the Prosecution averred that the Impugned Order does not foreclose the Defence pursuing its desired line of cross-examination; it only requires that the Defence file a substantiated allegation of prosecutorial misconduct beforehand. 15 According to the Prosecution, such allegations were not thoroughly substantiated 16 and the excerpt of the interview submitted by the Defence was put forward without consideration of the proper context. 17 III.
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Score: 644094 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/perisic/tdec/en/090708.pdf
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Allegations reported to the Office of Internal Oversight Services in 2017 involving military personnel in peacekeeping and special political missions, by mission (as of 31 December 2017) Nationality of personnel involved Category of personnel and number of subjects Age and number of victims Allegation Allegation reported (description) Investigation/ status Duration of investigation (days)a Results/ outcome Findings Paternity established Interim action Final action Details of action by troop- contributing country Referral for criminal prosecution MINUSCA Burundi MC (2) Adult (2) SE Solicitation of transactional sex OIOS Pending Pending Pending N/A Pending United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A Cameroon MC (2) Child (1) SA Rape TCC Pending Pending Pending N/A Pending identification of personnel involved United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A Cameroon MC (1) Child (1) SA Rape (paternity) OIOS Pending Pending Pending Pending Payments suspended United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A Cameroon MC (1) Adult (1) SE Exploitative relationship (paternity) OIOS Pending Pending Pending Pending Pending identification of personnel involved United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A Cameroon MC (2) Adult (2) SE Transactional sex OIOS 232 Pendingb Pending N/A Payments suspended United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A Democratic Republic of the Congo MC (1) Adult (1) SE Exploitative relationship (paternity) OIOS 122 Substantiated Transactional sex Pending Pending United Nations repatriation (1) TCC pending (1) Pending N/A Congo MC (1) Adult (1) SE Exploitative relationship (paternity) OIOS 220 Pendingb Pending Pending Pending United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A Congo MC (1) Adult (1) SE Exploitative relationship OIOS Pending Pending Pending N/A Payments suspended United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A Congo MC (1) Adult (1) SE Exploitative relationship TCC Pending Pending Pending N/A Payments suspended United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A Congo MC (1) Adult (1) SE Transactional sex OIOS Pending Pending Pending N/A Payments suspended United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A Gabon MC (2) Adult (1) Child (1) SE SA Rape Transactional sex TCC 148 Unsubstantiated Insufficient evidence N/A Payments suspended (reimbursed) Closed N/A N/A 7/23 Nationality of personnel involved Category of personnel and number of subjects Age and number of victims Allegation Allegation reported (description) Investigation/ status Duration of investigation (days)a Results/ outcome Findings Paternity established Interim action Final action Details of action by troop- contributing country Referral for criminal prosecution Mauritania MC (1) Adult (1) SE Exploitative relationship (paternity) TCC 97 Substantiated Exploitative relationship Pending Payments suspended (withheld) United Nations repatriation (1) TCC pending (1) Pending N/A Mauritania MC Child (1) SA Sexual assault TCC 71 Pendingb Pending N/A Pending identification of personnel involved United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A Mauritania MC (3) Adult (2) Child (1) SE SA Rape Exploitative relationship TCC Pending Pending Pending N/A Payments suspended (1) Pending identification of personnel involved (2) United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A Morocco MC (4) Adult (2) Child (2) SA Attempted sexual assault TCC and OIOS 98 Pendingc Pending N/A Pending identification of personnel involved United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A Pakistan MC (3) Adult (1) SA Attempted sexual assault TCC 91 Pendingc Pending N/A Pending United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A MINUSMA Chad MC (1) Adult (1) SE Transactional sex Mission Pending Pending Pending N/A Payments suspended United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A MINUSTAH Guatemala MC (1) Adult SE Transactional sex TCC 90 Unsubstantiated Insufficient evidence N/A Payments suspended (reimbursed) Closed N/A N/A MONUSCO Ghana MC (1) Child (2) SA Sexual assault Other TCC Pending Pending Pending N/A Payments suspended United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A Romania MO (1) Child (1) SA Rape (paternity) OIOS 347 Substantiated Rape No None United Nations repatriation (1) TCC pending (1) Pending N/A Romania MO (1) Adult (1) SE Transactional sex (paternity) OIOS Pending Pending Pending Pending None United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A 8/23 Nationality of personnel involved Category of personnel and number of subjects Age and number of victims Allegation Allegation reported (description) Investigation/ status Duration of investigation (days)a Results/ outcome Findings Paternity established Interim action Final action Details of action by troop- contributing country Referral for criminal prosecution South Africa MC (1) Adult (1) SE Transactional sex TCC 114 Substantiated Sexual exploitation N/A Payments suspended (withheld) United Nations repatriation (1) TCC pending (1) Pending N/A South Africa MC (1) Adult (1) SE Exploitative relationship (paternity) TCC 114 Substantiated Sexual exploitation Pending Payments suspended (withheld) United Nations repatriation (1) TCC pending (1) Pending N/A South Africa MC (1) Adult (1) SE Exploitative relationship (paternity) TCC 96 Substantiated Sexual exploitation Pending None United Nations repatriation (1) TCC pending (1) Pending N/A South Africa MC (1) Adult (2) SE Transactional sex TCC 65 Substantiated Pendingb N/A Payments suspended (withheld) United Nations repatriation (1) TCC pending (1) Pending N/A South Africa MC (1) Adult (1) SE Transactional sex (paternity) TCC 56 Substantiated Sexual exploitation Pending None United Nations repatriation (1) TCC pending (1) Pending N/A South Africa MC (1) Adult (1) SE Exploitative relationship (paternity) TCC Pending Pending Pending Pending Pending United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A South Africa MC (1) Adult (1) SE Exploitative relationship (paternity) TCC Pending Pending Pending Pending Pending United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A United Republic of Tanzania MC (4) Adult (2) Child (2) SE SA Rape Exploitative relationship (paternity) TCC Pending Pending Pending Pending Pending United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A United Republic of Tanzania MC (1) Adult (1) SE Exploitative relationship (paternity) TCC Pending Pending Pending Pending Pending United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A Uruguay MC (8) Adult (2) SE Transactional sex TCC 181 Unsubstantiated Insufficient evidence N/A Payments suspended (reimbursed) Closed N/A N/A UNDOF Fiji MC (1) Adult (2) SE Solicitation of transactional sex TCC Pending Pending Pending N/A Payments suspended United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A UNMIL Ghana MC (1) Adult (1) SE Exploitative relationship (paternity) TCC Pending Pending Pending Pending None United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A 9/23 Nationality of personnel involved Category of personnel and number of subjects Age and number of victims Allegation Allegation reported (description) Investigation/ status Duration of investigation (days)a Results/ outcome Findings Paternity established Interim action Final action Details of action by troop- contributing country Referral for criminal prosecution Nepal MC (1) Adult (1) SA Attempted sexual assault TCC 113 Substantiated Attempted sexual assault N/A Payments suspended (withheld) United Nations repatriation (1) TCC demotion (1) N/A N/A Nigeria MC (1) Adult (1) SE Exploitative relationship (paternity) TCC 255 Substantiated Exploitative relationship Yes Payments suspended (withheld) United Nations repatriation (1) TCC pending (1) Pending N/A Nigeria MC (41) Adult (51) Child (2) SE SA Rape Exploitative relationship (paternity) TCC Pending Pending Pending Pending Pending United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A Pakistan MC (1) Adult (1) SE Exploitative relationship (paternity) TCC and OIOS 108 Pendingc Pending Pending None United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A Philippines (the) MC (1) Child (1) SA Rape (paternity) TCC Pending Pending Pending Pending None United Nations pending TCC pending Pending N/A UNMISS Ethiopia MC (1) Adult (1) SE Transactional sex TCC 93 Unsubstantiated No sexual exploitation and abuse but fraternization N/A None Closed N/A N/A UNVMC El Salvador MO (1) Adult (1) SE Transactional sex Mission 127 Unsubstantiated Insufficient evidence N/A Payments suspended (reimbursed) Closed N/A N/A Paraguay MO (1) Adult (1) SA Other Mission 90 Pendingc Pending N/A Payments suspended United Nations pending TCC pending Pending Pending Abbreviations: (general) MC, military contingent; MO, military observer; N/A, not applicable; OIOS, Office of Internal Oversight Services; SA, sexual abuse; SE, sexual exploitation; TCC, troop-contributing country; (entities) MINUSCA, United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic; MINUSMA, United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali; MINUSTAH, United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti; MONUSCO, United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo; UNDOF, United Nations Disengagement Observer Force; UNMIL, United Nations Mission in Liberia; UNMISS, United Nations Mission in South Sudan; UNVMC, United Nations Verification Mission in Colombia. a For United Nations investigative entities, the duration of investigation is calculated from the date of referral to the entity to the date when the Department of Field Support receives the final investigation report. (...) For the police-contributing country, the duration of the investigation is calculated from the date when the police-contributing country has indicated it will investigate the matter to the date when the Department receives the final investigation report. b Pending additional information from the Member State. 13/23 Breakdown of allegations involving police personnel, 2017 Breakdown Age and number of victims Allegation Investigation Result Total number of allegations 10 Number of subjects involved 23 Sexual abuse 2 OIOS 5 Substantiated 2 Number of victims involved 12 Adult victims (9) Sexual exploitation 8 Mission 5 Unsubstantiated 0 Child victims (3) Included paternity 3 Pending 8 Abbreviation: OIOS, Office of Internal Oversight Services. 14/23 4. (...) Breakdown of allegations involving civilian [United Nations staff and affiliated staff], 2017 Breakdown Age and number of victims Allegation Investigation Result 222 Total number of allegations 75 Unknown 6 OIG 8 Number of subjects involved N/A Sexual abuse 27 OAIS 3 Substantiated 7 Number of victims involved N/A Adult victims (47) Sexual exploitation 42 IGO 18 Unsubstantiated 22 Child victims (31) Paternity - UNICEF 8 Pending 35 Unknown N/A IAIG 2 N/A 11 UNRWA 8 OIOS 2 UN-Women 1 OIGI 3 23/23 5.
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Score: 643956.5 - https://www.un.org/preventing-...easures-data_annexes-final.pdf
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No comment was received during the Additional Review so X.1125 was approved with substantial changes on 13 January 2008 as reflected in AAP-74 (16 January 2008). Comments on Recommendation X.1031 were agreed to be substantial and therefore Recommendation X.1031 went to Additional Review as reflected in AAP-77 (1 March 2008). No comment was received during the Additional Review so X.1031 was approved with substantial changes on 22 March 2008 as reflected in AAP-79 (1 April 2008).
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Score: 643163.2 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2005...2008/com17/results-sept07.html
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A proposed modification shall become effective only where: (a) no Party submits to the Committee a written objection to the proposed modification within 45 days from the date of circulation of the notification of the proposed modification under paragraph 1; (b) all objecting Parties have notified the Committee that they withdraw their objections to the proposed modification; or (c) 150 days from the date of circulation of the notification of the proposed modification under paragraph 1 have elapsed, and the modifying Party has informed the Committee in writing of its intention to implement the modification. Withdrawal of Substantially Equivalent Coverage 6. Where a modification becomes effective pursuant to paragraph 5(c), any objecting Party may withdraw substantially equivalent coverage. (...) (b) Where a modifying Party or objecting Party has invoked the arbitration procedures: (i) notwithstanding paragraph 5(c), the proposed modification shall not become effective before the completion of the arbitration procedures; (ii) any objecting Party that intends to enforce a right to compensation, or to withdraw substantially equivalent coverage pursuant to paragraph 6, shall participate in the arbitration proceedings; (iii) a modifying Party should comply with the results of the arbitration procedures in making any modification effective pursuant to paragraph 5(c); and (iv) where a modifying Party does not comply with the results of the arbitration procedures in making any modification effective pursuant to paragraph 5(c), any objecting Party may withdraw substantially equivalent coverage pursuant to paragraph 6, provided that any such withdrawal is consistent with the result of the arbitration procedures. (...) The Committee shall adopt: (a) arbitration procedures to facilitate resolution of objections under paragraph 2; (b) indicative criteria that demonstrate the effective elimination of government control or influence over an entity's covered procurement; and (c) criteria for determining the level of compensatory adjustment to be offered for modifications made pursuant to paragraph 1(b) and of substantially equivalent coverage under paragraph 6. 1.2 Article XIX:8 1.
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Score: 643163.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...e/ai17_e/gpa2012_art19_oth.pdf
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On the supply side, overall tea prices have been sluggish and have actually declined over the last two decades due largely to substantial increases in production. Consequently, increasing the production of organic tea presents an attractive option for producers. (...) Second, the certification requirements, currently dependent on external sources, increase the costs substantially and almost entirely out of the reach of small producers. (...) Although in export terms their contribution is just over 30 percent, it nevertheless represents a substantial source of foreign earnings for both. With sluggish prices and newer entrants into the market, both face a prospect of losing market shares.
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Score: 641772 - https://www.fao.org/organicag/...a-trust-fund-projects/asie/ar/
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On the supply side, overall tea prices have been sluggish and have actually declined over the last two decades due largely to substantial increases in production. Consequently, increasing the production of organic tea presents an attractive option for producers. (...) Second, the certification requirements, currently dependent on external sources, increase the costs substantially and almost entirely out of the reach of small producers. (...) Although in export terms their contribution is just over 30 percent, it nevertheless represents a substantial source of foreign earnings for both. With sluggish prices and newer entrants into the market, both face a prospect of losing market shares.
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Score: 641772 - https://www.fao.org/organicag/...st-fund-projects/asia-asia/en/
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