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However, there is evidence that many of today’s economically insecure groups are experiencing rising insecurity about their position in society— that is, their socio-economic or cultural status relative to other groups. This same evidence suggests that insecurity about one’s position or relative status in society is weakening support among these groups for redistributive economic and social policies. (...) Research from Europe and the US suggests that support for populist political parties and candidates—and a corresponding decline in trust in traditional parties—is indeed attributable to rising economic insecurity.
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Score: 319523.68 - https://www.un.org/development...nsecurity-in-the-covid-19-era/
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The Committee may invite the specialized agencies, the United Nations Children's Fund, and other United Nations organs to submit reports on the implementation of the Convention in areas falling within the scope of their activities; (b) The Committee shall transmit, as it may consider appropriate, to the specialized agencies, the United Nations Children's Fund and other competent bodies, any reports from States Parties that contain a request, or indicate a need, for technical advice or assistance, along with the Committee's observations and suggestions, if any, on these requests or indications; (c) The Committee may recommend to the General Assembly to request the Secretary-General to undertake on its behalf studies on specific issues relating to the rights of the child; (d) The Committee may make suggestions and general recommendations based on information received pursuant to articles 44 and 45 of the present Convention. Such suggestions and general recommendations shall be transmitted to any State Party concerned and reported to the General Assembly, together with comments, if any, from States Parties.
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Score: 240042.9 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...atrocity-crimes/Doc.20_crc.pdf
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In order to ensure that all amendments to documents are known and properly recorded, any suggested alterations shall be made in track changes and provided by email to the Judge by the assigned legal officer.
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Score: 240483.9 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...l_Directions_final_30_July.pdf
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United Nations Open-ended Informal Consultative Process United Nations Open-ended Informal Consultative Process on Oceans and the Law of the Sea In 1999, the General Assembly decided to establish the United Nations Open-ended Informal Consultative Process on Oceans and the Law of the Sea (the Consultative Process) in order to facilitate the annual review by the General Assembly, in an effective and constructive manner, of developments in ocean affairs and the law of the sea by considering the report of the Secretary-General on oceans and the law of the sea and by suggesting particular issues to be considered by it, with an emphasis on identifying areas where coordination and cooperation at the intergovernmental and inter-agency levels should be enhanced (resolution 54/33). (...) Summary of Discussion Panels A and B (in English) for the areas of focus: (a) the protection and preservation of the marine environment, and (b) capacity-building, regional cooperation and coordination and integrated ocean management Complete text of the statements (in English) made by the Under-Secretary-General for Legal Affairs, the Legal Counsel, and the Director of the Division for  Sustainable Development, representing the Department of Economic and Social Affairs 2001 Second meeting A/56/121 A/56/121 2000 First meeting A/55/274 A/55/274 Other documents of the United Nations Open-ended Informal Consultative Process Year Document symbol and title Languages 2011 A/AC.259/21- Contribution to the twelfth meeting of the United Nations Open-ended Informal Consultative Process on Oceans and the Law of the Sea - Submitted by the Pacific small island developing States A/AC.259/21 2011 A/AC.259/20 - Contribution to the twelfth meeting of the United Nations Open-ended Informal Consultative Process on Oceans and the Law of the Sea - Submitted by the European Union A/AC.259/20 2009 A/AC.259/19 - Taking stock: tenth year review of the achievements and shortcomings of the Informal Consultative Process - Submitted by the Group of 77 and China A/AC.259/19 2009 A/AC.259/18 - Contribution to the tenth meeting of the United Nations Open-ended Informal Consultative Process on Oceans and the Law of the Sea - Submitted by the delegation of Nigeria A/AC.259/18 2008 A/AC.259/17 - The treatment of persons rescued at sea: conclusions and recommendations from recent meetings and expert round tables convened by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees  - Report of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees A/AC.259/17 2006 A/AC.259/16 Note verbale dated 19 May 2006 from the Permanent Mission of Canada to the United Nations addressed to the Secretariat, containing the Report of the Scientific Experts Workshop on Criteria for Identifying Ecologically or Biologically Significant Areas beyond National Jurisdiction 6-8 December 2006, Ottawa, Canada English Français Españnol Arabic Chinese Russian 2005 A/AC.259/15 Note verbale dated 27 May 2005 from the Permanent Mission of Pakistan to the United Nations addressed to the Secretariat, containing its inputs on the two areas of focus: (a) fisheries and their contribution to sustainable development; and (b) marine debris (see annex) English Français Español Arabic Chinese Russian 2005 A/AC.259/14 The United Nations Environment Programme and the marine litter challenge A short overview of activities of the United Nations Environment Programme related to addressing the problem of marine litter Submitted by the United Nations Environment Programme , Regional Seas Programme * English Français Español Arabic Chinese Russian 2005 A/AC.259/13 Note verbale dated 18 April 2005 from the Permanent Mission of Costa Rica to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General, conveying to the Secretary-General the document entitled "The bottom line: an investigation of the economic, cultural and social costs of industrial longline fishing in the Pacific and the benefits of sustainable use of marine protected areas" English Français Español Arabic Chinese Russian 2004 A/AC.259/12 Letter dated 24 May 2004 from the Permanent Representative of  Australia to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General - Workshop on the Governance of High Seas Biodiversity Conservation, Cairns , Australia , 16-19 June 2003 (Summary of Discussions and Suggestions for a Way Forward) English Français Español Arabic Chinese Russian 2004 A/AC.259/11 Strengthening of flag State implementation (Submitted by the Secretariat of the International Maritime Organization (IMO)) English Français Español Arabic Chinese Russian 2003 A/AC.259/10 Protection and conservation of vulnerable marine ecosystems in areas beyond national jurisdiction (Submitted by the delegation of Norway ) English Français Español Arabic Chinese Russian 2003 A/AC.259/9 The safety of navigation; for example, capacity-building for the production of nautical charts (Submitted by the delegation of Norway ) English Français Español Arabic Chinese Russian 2003 A/AC.259/8 The Need to Protect and Conserve Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems in Areas beyond National Jurisdiction (Submitted by the delegation of the Netherlands ) English Français Español Arabic Chinese Russian 2003 A/AC.259/7 Marine environment, marine resources and sustainable use: implementing the ecosystem approach (Submitted by the delegation of Norway ) English Français Español Arabic Chinese Russian 2002 A/AC.259/6 Proposal by Norway on Global Resource Information Database (GRID) English Français Español Arabic Chinese Russian 2001 A/AC.259/4 Marine science and the development and transfer of marine technology, including capacity-building (Submitted by the delegation of Norway )  English Français Español Arabic Chinese Russian 2000 A/AC.259/3 Note by the Secretariat on the Report of the first meeting English Français Español Arabic Chinese Russian 2000 A/AC.259/2 List of suggested items which may provide substantial input to the Consultative Process (Submitted by the delegation of Norway ) English Français Español Arabic Chinese Russian 2000 A/AC.259/1 Responsible Fisheries and Illegal, Unregulated and Unreported Fisheries: Moving from Principles to Implementation.
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Score: 350942.2 - https://www.un.org/Depts/los/c...ocess/consultative_process.htm
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For indigenous peoples and ethnic minority groups, the available evidence suggests that wealth and opportunity gaps between them and the ethnic majority are greater in rural than in urban areas. (...) Regional and time trends suggest that declines in inequality are not a systematic outcome of growth and development.
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Score: 329421.31 - https://www.un.org/development...ty-and-inequality-rural-areas/
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They cannot do this if they are literally going to face an onslaught of imported produce more cheaply produced and sometimes not as better produce because of the inclusion of chemicals and pesticides. I therefore want to suggest as I end, that any serious effort at achieving sustainability in our agrifood systems will require a focus and deliberate attention to a number of things: 1) yes, food and healthy lifestyles.
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Score: 320109.72 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u.../10/FSS_statement_Barbados.pdf
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Population ageing is often depicted as a challenge to economic progress and to the sustainability of public budgets, yet available research and data suggest that its economic consequences are not pre-determined, and that when appropriate policies are put in place, population ageing can in fact benefit economic development and economic progress while, at the same time, promoting age-inclusive societies. (...) Preliminary findings of a joint initiative of AARP, OECD and the World Economic Forum to identify and share multigenerational and inclusive workforce practices suggest that employers with age inclusive workforces are more resilient and better positioned to be more successful in a competitive environment. (...) Heterogeneity among older persons is observed in needs, capacities, preferences and health and economic status, among other factors, suggesting that a successful response to population ageing aimed at benefiting from the longevity revolution needs to be multifaceted.
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Score: 414825 - https://www.un.org/development...1/09/longevity-future-of-work/
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The Committee shall report annually, through the Secretary General, to the General Assembly of the United Nations on its activities and may make suggestions and general recommendations based on the examination of the reports and information received from the States Parties. Such suggestions and general recommendations shall be reported to the General Assembly together with comments, if any, from States Parties. (...) However, this shall not be the rule where the application of the remedies is unreasonably prolonged; (b) The Committee shall forward its suggestions and recommendations, if any, to the State Party concerned and to the petitioner. 8.
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Score: 345131.93 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...atrocity-crimes/Doc.9_cerd.pdf
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