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. • This document will build on existing initiatives and leadership from across Canada’s food systems: o Canadian companies are deploying innovative and high-impact solutions to reduce and prevent food waste. o Our food and agriculture sector is developing and adopting clean technologies around green energy, energy efficiency, precision agriculture, and the bio-economy. o Canadian livestock producers are global leaders in sustainable production of protein with one of the lowest greenhouse gas emission profiles. Through sustainability assurance programs, Canada’s producers are demonstrating their commitment to further lowering their environmental footprint and making strong socio-economic contributions. • We must break down silos and build partnerships, as demonstrated by our Living Labs Program, which brings together farmers, scientists, and industry to accelerate the development and adoption of sustainable practices and technologies. • We have much to learn from partnerships with Indigenous peoples, who have been safeguarding biodiversity and who have proven the importance of preserving traditional food systems. • Empowering women is a prerequisite for food system transformation, and will result in systems that are more sustainable, equitable and efficient. • Canada has been pleased to work with its partners to maintain the focus on gender equality, and amplify the voices of Indigenous peoples in the Summit process. • The Sustainable Development Goals will not be achieved without an inclusive approach. • Canada recognizes the importance of rules-based trade, science-based international standards and risk-based approaches to improving food security. • We are pleased to see the strong global commitment to scaling proven methods to achieve Zero Hunger. • As we move to implementation, the spirit of collaboration should continue. • Every nation contributes to the development of positive long-term changes.
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Score: 298527.69 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...21/10/FSS_statement_Canada.pdf
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In the context of growing risks, including from COVID-19, climate change and technological innovation, Governments may consider placing a greater focus on threats to economic security while acknowledging concerns about changing social status. (...) Physical, administrative and technological barriers— from discrimination to remoteness to lack of internet access— continue to leave disadvantaged groups critically underserved by health, education and other services. (...) Healthcare systems that utilize new technologies, including telehealth, to bridge delivery gaps will be increasingly essential.
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Score: 245575.93 - https://www.un.org/development...nsecurity-in-the-covid-19-era/
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States Parties shall pursue full implementation of this right and, in particular, shall take appropriate measures: (a) To diminish infant and child mortality; (b) To ensure the provision of necessary medical assistance and health care to all children with emphasis on the development of primary health care; (c) To combat disease and malnutrition, including within the framework of primary health care, through, inter alia, the application of readily available technology and through the provision of adequate nutritious foods and clean drinking-water, taking into consideration the dangers and risks of environmental pollution; (d) To ensure appropriate pre-natal and post-natal health care for mothers; (e) To ensure that all segments of society, in particular parents and children, are informed, have access to education and are supported in the use of basic knowledge of child health and nutrition, the advantages of breastfeeding, hygiene and environmental sanitation and the prevention of accidents; (f) To develop preventive health care, guidance for parents and family planning education and services. 3.
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Score: 72234.84 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...atrocity-crimes/Doc.20_crc.pdf
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No member of the staff of OAJ, not being members of registry staff and information technology staff, shall have access to the email or CCMS filing notification system of the Registry, which shall be under the custody and control of the Registrar at each of the seats of the Tribunal.
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Score: 157174.93 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...l_Directions_final_30_July.pdf
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Topics:  energy renewable energy Also in this issue Women in Conflict Ethiopia: UNFPA calls for the protection and justice for women and girls in Tigray Economic Development Africa Day at HLPF: Post-COVID-19 green recovery needs clean energy, nature-based solutions and digitalization Climate Change COP26 on climate: Top priorities for Africa Youth Youth Profile: Nigerian techie and women’s rights defender Economic empowerment Africa’s strategic priorities to recover better Climate Change Gabon becomes the first African country to receive payment for reducing CO2 emissions Peace and Security UN Secretary-General highlights responsible use of new technologies in counter-terrorism efforts Economic empowerment Digital tools can transform Africa, tackle food insecurity Economic Development How Uber-style trucking business is changing long-haul transport in Africa Climate Change Energy will play a critical role in the success of Africa’s free trade area Economic Development Africa may not meet target on energy, says new UN Economic Commission for Africa report Financing For Development Tackling illicit financial flows, a matter of survival for Africa’s development Health COVID-19 deaths in Africa surge UN Affairs António Guterres secures second term as UN Secretary-General, calls for new era of ‘solidarity and equality’ More from this author AfCFTA: Africa’s transport sector to benefit from free trade Ethiopian Coffee Brands Launch on China’s Largest e-Commerce Platform More from Africa Renewal Act now to end food, energy and finance crisis, Guterres urges world leaders UNEP celebrates 50 years of solving the world's environmental challenges Road to COP27: Why Africa cannot be complacent on energy, climate change UN Environment supports women on energy entrepreneurship in East Africa Health Campaign About Africa Renewal The Africa Renewal information programme provides up-to-date information and analysis of the major economic and development challenges facing Africa today.
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Score: 186733.41 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...y-not-meet-target-energy-study
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This includes the right to maintain, protect and develop the past, present and future manifestations of their cultures, such as archaeological and historical sites, artefacts, designs, ceremonies, technologies and visual and performing arts and literature. 2. (...) Indigenous peoples have the right to maintain, control, protect and develop their cultural heritage, traditional knowledge and traditional cultural expressions, as well as the manifestations of their sciences, technologies and cultures, including human and genetic resources, seeds, medicines, knowledge of the properties of fauna and flora, oral traditions, literatures, designs, sports and traditional games and visual and performing arts.
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Score: 168364.72 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...hts%20indigenous%20peoples.pdf
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Topics:  COVID-19 Vaccine Source:  WHO Africa More from this author Southern Africa faces uptick in COVID-19 cases Over 1 million African children protected by first malaria vaccine Most Read Today Economic Development Act now to end food, energy and finance crisis, Guterres urges world leaders Climate Change Ocean more turbulent than decades ago, says Tanzanian fisherman Economic Development How the Russia-Ukraine conflict impacts Africa Culture and Education Swahili gaining popularity globally Human Rights Remembering the genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda 27 years later Climate Change Push for renewables: How Africa is building a different energy pathway More of interest Southern Africa faces uptick in COVID-19 cases Over 1 million African children protected by first malaria vaccine Africa’s fight against TB: the gains and the challenges More from Africa Renewal Africa’s COVID-19 vaccine uptake increases by 15% WHO announces first technology recipients of mRNA vaccine hub with strong support from African and European partners Africa needs to ramp up COVID-19 vaccination six-fold COVID-19 vaccines: AU, Africa CDC and COVAX call on donors and manufacturers to accelerate access Health Campaign About Africa Renewal The Africa Renewal information programme provides up-to-date information and analysis of the major economic and development challenges facing Africa today.
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Score: 191888.67 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...ise-covid-19-vaccine-shipments
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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: 128187.57 - https://www.un.org/Depts/los/c...ocess/consultative_process.htm
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The NPT is a landmark international treaty whose objective is to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons and weapons technology, to promote co-operation in the peaceful uses of nuclear energy and to further the goal of achieving nuclear disarmament and general and complete disarmament. (...) Initial efforts, which began in 1946, to create an international system enabling all States to have access to nuclear technology under appropriate safeguards, were terminated in 1949 without the achievement of this objective, due to serious political differences between the major Powers. (...) His proposal resulted in 1957 in the establishment of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), which was charged with the dual responsibility of promotion and control of nuclear technology. IAEA technical assistance activities began in 1958.
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Score: 300638.09 - https://www.un.org/en/conferences/npt2020/background
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He emphasized the message of the United Nations Secretary-General, that technology is spreading fanaticism at lightning speed. (...) Noah Gal Gendler; and the Senior Lecturer and Director of Center for Intellectual Property and Information Technology (CIPIT) representing Kenya’s Jewish Community, Dr. (...) Njita added that increased awareness of the power of technology and its proper use was away of addressing contemporary problems of human rights violations.
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Score: 115260.55 - https://www.un.org/en/holocaustremembrance/observance/2019
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