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When persons protected by the present Convention do not benefit or cease to benefit, no matter for what reason, by the FOURTH GENEVA CONVENTION OF 1949172 Non- renunciation of rights Protecting Powers Substitutes for Protecting Powers Activities of the International Committee of the Red Cross 0031-0330 irl.qxd 2.3.2009 14:20 Page 172 activities of a Protecting Power or of an organization provided for in the first paragraph above, the Detaining Power shall request a neutral State, or such an organization, to undertake the functions performed under the present Convention by a Protecting Power designated by the Parties to a conflict. (...) Whenever in the present Convention mention is made of a Protecting Power, such mention applies to substitute organizations in the sense of the present Article. (...) The obligation of a High Contracting Party to allow the free passage of the consignments indicated in the preceding paragraph is subject to the condition that this Party is satisfied that there are no serious reasons for fearing: a) that the consignments may be diverted from their destination, b) that the control may not be effective, or c) that a definite advantage may accrue to the military efforts or economy of the enemy through the substitution of the above- mentioned consignments for goods which would otherwise be provided or produced by the enemy or through the release of such material, services or facilities as would otherwise be required for the production of such goods.
Idioma:Inglés
Puntuación: 49 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...ity-crimes/Doc.33_GC-IV-EN.pdf
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Its strategic orientation is guided by five focus areas: 1 Food Import Substitution - aim to take advantage of the national market by implementing an import substitution strategy and by linking producers to the tourism industry’s supply chain 2 Export Market Development - through building the capacities of our producers to meet global standards 3 Support for the Blue and Green Economy - as a long-term, sustainable development perspective of The Bahamas. 4 Improvement of Public Services through digitization and professionalization to strengthen institutional capacities; improve intergovernmental collaboration; and provide efficient customer service to the private sector 5 Facilitation of Agricultural Finance and Investment - to support the private agri-food sector development; focusing on enterprises that will provide innovative processes, technology transfer, and linkages with national value chains.
Idioma:Inglés
Puntuación: 151.69 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...1/10/FSS_statement_Bahamas.pdf
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The AHLC underlined that economic development cannot be a substitute for a political solution, but stressed the importance of taking significant steps between now and the next AHLC meeting in September to provide a stronger basis for growing the Palestinian economy in order to maintain the viability of the two-state solution. (...) On this basis the AHLC: Urges the parties to overcome the current impasse and to demonstrate leadership to resolve the conflict on the basis of the two-state solution; While stressing that economic development cannot be a substitute for a political resolution to the conflict, reaffirms its support to developing a sustainable Palestinian economy as a crucial step for becoming a viable, independent, contiguous and sovereign state; Stresses the importance of prioritizing fiscal consolidation of the Palestinian budget by reducing the deficit significantly, while emphasizing the importance of economic growth, private sector investment and job creation for long term sustainability; Emphasizes the great potential in resolving outstanding fiscal issues between the parties by closing fiscal leakages from both sides, and in addressing revenue losses under the current arrangements through a more effective implementation of the Paris Protocol and the Interim Agreement, stressing in particular the importance of resolving the outstanding issue of electricity payments; Commends the parties, particularly the two Finance Ministers, for making serious progress during the past months towards strengthened economic cooperation and closing of some of the fiscal gaps, and urges the parties to deepen their dialogue; Commends the Palestinian Authority for its determined effort to close the fiscal deficit and calls for further implementation of public finance management reforms, in line with the recommendations of the World Bank and the IMF; Welcomes the measures taken by Israel for improving movement of people and goods, and underlines the need to expand them significantly, including improved access for donors, and improve access to markets, resources and materials in order to sustain substantial economic development, particularly in Area C of the West Bank and in Gaza.
Idioma:Inglés
Puntuación: 146.03 - https://www.un.org/unispal/meeting/
Fuente de datos: un
untitled III GENEVA CONVENTION RELATIVE TO THE TREATMENT OF PRISONERS OF WAR OF 12 AUGUST 1949 PART I General Provisions Article 1 Respect for the Convention ....................................................... 91 Article 2 Application of the Convention .................................................. 91 Article 3 Conflicts not of an international character ............................... 91 Article 4 Prisoners of war ......................................................................... 92 Article 5 Beginning and end of application ............................................. 94 Article 6 Special agreements..................................................................... 94 Article 7 Non-renunciation of rights........................................................ 94 Article 8 Protecting Powers ...................................................................... 95 Article 9 Activities of the International Committee of the Red Cross .... 95 Article 10 Substitutes for Protecting Powers .............................................. 95 Article 11 Conciliation procedure .............................................................. 96 PART II General Protection of Prisoners of War Article 12 Responsibility for the treatment of prisoners ........................... 96 Article 13 Humane treatment of prisoners ................................................ 97 Article 14 Respect for the person of prisoners........................................... 97 Article 15 Maintenance of prisoners .......................................................... 97 Article 16 Equality of treatment ................................................................ 97 PART III Captivity SECTION I – Beginning of Captivity Article 17 Questioning of prisoners ........................................................... 98 Article 18 Property of prisoners................................................................. 98 Article 19 Evacuation of prisoners ............................................................. 99 Article 20 Conditions of evacuation. ......................................................... 99 SECTION II – Internment of Prisoners of War CHAPTER I – GENERAL OBSERVATIONS Article 21 Restriction of liberty of movement ........................................... 100 0031-0330 irl.qxd 2.3.2009 14:19 Page 85 Article 22 Places and conditions of internment......................................... 101 Article 23 Security of prisoners.................................................................. 101 Article 24 Permanent transit camps ........................................................... 101 CHAPTER II – QUARTERS, FOOD AND CLOTHING OF PRISONERS OF WAR Article 25 Quarters ..................................................................................... 102 Article 26 Food ........................................................................................... 102 Article 27 Clothing...................................................................................... 102 Article 28 Canteens..................................................................................... 103 CHAPTER III – HYGIENE AND MEDICAL ATTENTION Article 29 Hygiene ...................................................................................... 103 Article 30 Medical attention ....................................................................... 103 Article 31 Medical inspections ................................................................... 104 Article 32 Prisoners engaged on medical duties ........................................ 104 CHAPTER IV – MEDICAL PERSONNEL AND CHAPLAINS RETAINED TO ASSIST PRISONERS OF WAR Article 33 Rights and privileges of retained personnel.............................. 105 CHAPTER V – RELIGIOUS, INTELLECTUAL AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES Article 34 Religious duties .......................................................................... 106 Article 35 Retained chaplains ..................................................................... 106 Article 36 Prisoners who are ministers of religion..................................... 106 Article 37 Prisoners without a minister of their religion ........................... 106 Article 38 Recreation, study, sports and games.......................................... 107 CHAPTER VI – DISCIPLINE Article 39 Administration. (...) Any neutral Power or any organization invited by the Power concerned or offering itself for these purposes, shall be required to act with a sense of responsibility towards the Party to the conflict on which persons protected by the present Convention depend, and PRISONERS OF WAR 95 Protecting Powers Activities of the International Committee of the Red Cross Substitutes for Protecting Powers 0031-0330 irl.qxd 2.3.2009 14:19 Page 95 shall be required to furnish sufficient assurances that it is in a position to undertake the appropriate functions and to discharge them impartially. (...) Whenever in the present Convention mention is made of a Protecting Power, such mention applies to substitute organizations in the sense of the present Article.
Idioma:Inglés
Puntuación: 37.02 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...ty-crimes/Doc.32_GC-III-EN.pdf
Fuente de datos: un
untitled II GENEVA CONVENTION FOR THE AMELIORATION OF THE CONDITION OF WOUNDED, SICK AND SHIPWRECKED MEMBERS OF ARMED FORCES AT SEA OF 12 AUGUST 1949 CHAPTER I General Provisions Article 1 Respect for the Convention ....................................................... 64 Article 2 Application of the Convention .................................................. 64 Article 3 Conflicts not of an international character ............................... 64 Article 4 Field of application .................................................................... 65 Article 5 Application by neutral Powers................................................... 65 Article 6 Special agreements..................................................................... 66 Article 7 Non-renunciation of rights........................................................ 66 Article 8 Protecting Powers ...................................................................... 66 Article 9 Activities of the International Committee of the Red Cross .... 66 Article 10 Substitutes for Protecting Powers .............................................. 67 Article 11 Conciliation procedure .............................................................. 67 CHAPTER II Wounded, Sick and Shipwrecked Article 12 Protection and care .................................................................... 68 Article 13 Protected persons....................................................................... 68 Article 14 Handing over to a belligerent .................................................... 69 Article 15 Wounded taken on board a neutral warship............................. 69 Article 16 Wounded falling into enemy hands........................................... 70 Article 17 Wounded landed in a neutral port ............................................ 70 Article 18 Search for casualties after an engagement ................................ 70 Article 19 Recording and forwarding of information................................ 70 Article 20 Prescriptions regarding the dead............................................... 71 Article 21 Appeals to neutral vessels .......................................................... 71 CHAPTER III Hospital Ships Article 22 Notification and protection of military hospital ships ............. 72 Article 23 Protection of medical establishments ashore............................ 72 Article 24 Hospital ships utilized by relief societies and private individuals of: I. (...) Whenever, in the present Convention, mention is made of a Protecting Power, such mention also applies to substitute organizations in the sense of the present Article. (...) For this purpose, each of the Protecting Powers may, either at the invitation of one Party or on its own initiative, propose to the WOUNDED, SICK AND SHIPWRECKED 67 Substitutes for Protecting Powers Conciliation procedure 0031-0330 irl.qxd 2.3.2009 14:19 Page 67 Parties to the conflict a meeting of their representatives, in particular of the authorities responsible for the wounded, sick and shipwrecked, medical personnel and chaplains, possibly on neutral territory suitably chosen.
Idioma:Inglés
Puntuación: 83.27 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...ity-crimes/Doc.31_GC-II-EN.pdf
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In particular, the obligations contained in articles 10, 11, 12 and 13 shall apply with the substitution for references to torture of references to other forms of cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. 2.
Idioma:Inglés
Puntuación: 54.15 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide.../atrocity-crimes/Doc.6_cat.pdf
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untitled I GENEVA CONVENTION FOR THE AMELIORATION OF THE CONDITION OF THE WOUNDED AND SICK IN ARMED FORCES IN THE FIELD OF 12 AUGUST 1949 CHAPTER I General Provisions Article 1 Respect for the Convention ....................................................... 36 Article 2 Application of the Convention .................................................. 36 Article 3 Conflicts not of an international character ............................... 36 Article 4 Application by neutral Powers................................................... 37 Article 5 Duration of application ............................................................. 37 Article 6 Special agreements..................................................................... 37 Article 7 Non-renunciation of rights........................................................ 38 Article 8 Protecting Powers ...................................................................... 38 Article 9 Activities of the International Committee of the Red Cross .... 38 Article 10 Substitutes for Protecting Powers .............................................. 38 Article 11 Conciliation procedure .............................................................. 39 CHAPTER II Wounded and Sick Article 12 Protection and care .................................................................... 40 Article 13 Protected persons....................................................................... 40 Article 14 Status .......................................................................................... 41 Article 15 Search for casualties. (...) FIRST GENEVA CONVENTION OF 194938 Non- renunciation of rights Protecting Powers Activities of the International Committee of the Red Cross Substitutes for Protecting Powers 0031-0330 irl.qxd 2.3.2009 14:19 Page 38 When wounded and sick, or medical personnel and chaplains do not benefit or cease to benefit, no matter for what reason, by the activities of a Protecting Power or of an organization provided for in the first paragraph above, the Detaining Power shall request a neutral State, or such an organization, to undertake the functions performed under the present Convention by a Protecting Power designated by the Parties to a conflict. (...) Whenever in the present Convention mention is made of a Protecting Power, such mention also applies to substitute organizations in the sense of the present Article.
Idioma:Inglés
Puntuación: 74.78 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...city-crimes/Doc.30_GC-I-EN.pdf
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Chapitre premier RÉSOLUTIONS ADOPTÉES PAR LA CONFÉRENCE Résolution 1 Déclaration et Programme d’action de Beijing 1 La quatrième Conférence mondiale sur les femmes , S’étant réunie à
Idioma:Inglés
Puntuación: 3.73 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/beijing/pdf/BDPfA%20F.pdf
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Article 5 — Appointment of Protecting Powers and of their substitute 1. It is the duty of the Parties to a conflict from the beginning of that conflict to secure the supervision and implementation of the Conventions and of this Protocol by the application of the system of Protecting Powers, including inter alia the designation and acceptance of those Powers, in accordance with the following paragraphs. (...) If, despite the foregoing, there is no Protecting Power, the Parties to the conflict shall accept without delay an offer which may be made by the International Committee of the Red Cross or by any other organization which offers all guarantees of impartiality and efficacy, after due consultations with the said Parties and taking into account the result of these consultations, to act as a substitute. The functioning of such a substitute is subject to the consent of the Parties to the conflict; every effort shall be made by the Parties to the conflict to facilitate the operations of the substitute in the performance of its tasks under the Conventions and this Protocol. 5. (...) Any subsequent mention in this Protocol of a Protecting Power includes also a substitute. Article 6 — Qualified persons 1. The High Contracting Parties shall, also in peacetime, endeavour, with the assistance of the national Red Cross (Red Crescent, Red Lion and Sun) Societies, to train qualified personnel to facilitate the application of the Conventions and of this Protocol, and in particular the activities of the Protecting Powers. 2.
Idioma:Inglés
Puntuación: 76.41 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...city-crimes/Doc.34_AP-I-EN.pdf
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SLT is designed to enhance and complement security risk management systems of SLT partner organisations, not substitute these systems and related arrangements.  
Idioma:Inglés
Puntuación: 136.17 - https://www.un.org/en/node/153387
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