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Specific aims of the policy include the reduction of unwanted bycatch and of protected species, and increased stakeholder participation. (...) Other goals of the REBYC-II LAC project in Suriname include strengthening collaboration with the Coast Guard to ensure effective fisheries inspections at sea, ensuring correct stakeholder participation in the drafting of a new national fisheries legislation and update of the fisheries management plan, and improving the national fisheries data collection system. (...) This was deemed... 02/07/2020 Tackling sea turtle bycatch in groundfish trawl fisheries in Suriname Unwanted bycatch of sea turtles remains a problem in various types of fisheries in Suriname.
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Score: 1045311.1 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...project-countries/suriname/en/
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The Convention prevents unwanted trade in the chemicals included in the legally binding prior informed consent (PIC) procedure.  (...) Rotterdam Convention provides early warning on dangerous chemicals and prevents the unwanted international trade on certain chemicals. The Rotterdam Convention's approach is to stop problems with hazardous chemicals before they start, by impeding exports of unwanted hazardous chemicals to countries that cannot manage them.
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Score: 1041490.2 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...dam-convention-secretariat/en/
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Republic of Zambia The findings and conclusions in this report are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official position of any partner agency Zambia H-Well Data Highlights Key Demographic Characteristics · Never attended school: 3.9% of females and 5.1% of males aged 13-24 years · Currently attending school: 76.5% of females and 81.3% of males aged 13-17 years · Among those not in school, those who completed less than primary school: 4.3% of females and 3.9% of males aged 13-24 years · Orphaned (double orphan) prior to age 18: 5.1% of females and 4.6% of males aged 13-24 years · Orphaned (single orphan) prior to age 18: 22.8% of females and 18.8% of males aged 13-24 years Sexual Violence Experiences of sexual violence reported by 18-24 year olds: · Any sexual abuse* prior to age 18: 20.3% of females and 10.0% of males · Physically forced or pressured sex prior to age 18: 12.1% of females and 3.8% of males · Unwanted sexual touching prior to 18: 8.0% of females and 4.1% of males · Unwanted attempted sex prior to 18: 8.1% of females and 5.0% of males · Described their first sexual intercourse prior to age 18 as unwanted: 26.2% of females and 5.6% of males Experiences of sexual violence reported by 13-17 year olds: · Any sexual abuse* in the past 12 months: 16.6% of females and 5.6% of males · Experiencing any unwanted sexual touching in the past 12 months: 10.5% of females and 4.2% of males · Experiencing any unwanted attempted sex in the past 12 months: 9.7% of females and 1.7% of males · Experiencing any physically forced or pressured sex in the past 12 months: 2.2% of females and 0.0% of males · First experience of sexual intercourse was unwanted among participants who have had sex: 28.3% of females and 6.8% of males Services for Children Who Experienced Sexual Violence: · Reported receiving services for any incident of sexual abuse* occurring prior to age 18: 0% of females and 7.2% of males · Reported receiving services for any incident of sexual abuse* that occurred in the past 12 months: 2.6% of females and ** of males 13-17 years of age · HIV Testing among those who had experienced sexual abuse* prior to age 18: 58.9% of females and 41.9% of males 13-24 years of age · Any sexual abuse* prior to age 18 and know where to get an HIV test: 82.9% of females and 85.2% of males 13 -24 years of age * Sexual Abuse indicators include: 1) Unwanted Sexual Touching, 2) Attempted Forced Sex (sex did not happen), 3) Forced Sex, and 4) Pressured Sex · Unwanted Sexual Touching: Has anyone ever touched you in a sexual way without your permission, but did not try and force you to have sex? Touching in a sexual way without permission includes fondling, pinching, grabbing, or touching you on or around your sexual body parts. · Unwanted Attempted Sex: Has anyone ever tried to make you have sex against your will but did not succeed?
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Score: 1039977.7 - https://www.unicef.org/zambia/...ia-HWell-Policy-Brief-2015.pdf
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‘An unwanted prison sentence’ for seafarers stuck at home and stranded at sea 6 January 2021 Health Hundreds of thousands of seafarers have been on board for many months longer than planned, stranded at sea due to COVID-19 travel restrictions. (...) "It has a psychological effect, as there is no end in sight. It affects family life a lot more. (...) We didn’t sign up for what felt like an unwanted prison sentence", he says. "I don’t want to go back if I am going to get stuck again for another six months.
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Score: 1038883.8 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2021/01/1081482
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One in five girls aged 18-24 had experienced unwanted sexual touching before the age of 18 (20.2 per cent) compared to 5.6 per cent of boys. (...) Females aged 18-24 years who experienced emotional violence prior to age 18 years were made to feel unwanted by aunts (29.5 per cent) and uncles (20.6 per cent). Fathers (25.0 per cent) and uncles (30.4 per cent) were most likely to make males of the same age group feel unwanted. Females and males aged 13-17 years were mainly made to feel unwanted by grandparents and aunts in the 12 months preceding the survey.1 Violence against children occurs in homes, schools and in the community.
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Score: 1035022.8 - https://www.unicef.org/zimbabw...dolescents%20in%20Zimbabwe.pdf
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ITU-R RA Series Recommendations: New Documents ITU-R RA Series Recommendations: New Documents Recently Posted Recommendations [ RA.1031-3 (12/2021) ] - Protection of the radio astronomy service in frequency bands shared with active services Protection of the radio astronomy service in frequency bands shared with active services [ RA.1750-0 (03/06) ] - Mutual planning between the Earth exploration-satellite service (active) and the radio astronomy service in the 94 GHz and 130 GHz bands Mutual planning between the Earth exploration-satellite service (active) and the radio astronomy service in the 94 GHz and 130 GHz bands [ RA.1237-2 (01/2010) ] - Protection of the radio astronomy service from unwanted emissions resulting from applications of wideband digital modulation Protection of the radio astronomy service from unwanted emissions resulting from applications of wideband digital modulation [ RA.611-4 (03/06) ] - Protection of the radio astronomy service from spurious emissions Protection of the radio astronomy service from spurious emissions [ RA.1513-2 (03/2015) ] - Levels of data loss to radio astronomy observations and percentage-of-time criteria resulting from degradation by interference for frequency bands allocated to the radio astronomy service on a primary basis Levels of data loss to radio astronomy observations and percentage-of-time criteria resulting from degradation by interference for frequency bands allocated to the radio astronomy service on a primary basis [ RA.1630-0 (05/03) ] - Technical and operational characteristics of ground-based astronomy systems for use in sharing studies with active services between 10 THz and 1 000 THz Technical and operational characteristics of ground-based astronomy systems for use in sharing studies with active services between 10 THz and 1 000 THz [ RA.479-5 (05/03) ] - Protection of frequencies for radioastronomical measurements in the shielded zone of the Moon Protection of frequencies for radioastronomical measurements in the shielded zone of the Moon [ RA.1417-1 (12/2013) ] - A radio-quiet zone in the vicinity of the L2 Sun-Earth Lagrange point A radio-quiet zone in the vicinity of the L2 Sun-Earth Lagrange point [ RA.[7/BL/7] (09/2013) ] - A radio-quiet zone in the vicinity of the L2 Sun-Earth Lagrange point A radio-quiet zone in the vicinity of the L2 Sun-Earth Lagrange point [ RA.517-4 (05/06) ] - Protection of the radio astronomy service from transmitters operating in adjacent bands Protection of the radio astronomy service from transmitters operating in adjacent bands [ RA.314-10 (06/03) ] - Preferred frequency bands for radio astronomical measurements Preferred frequency bands for radio astronomical measurements [ RA.1860-0 (01/2010) ] - Preferred frequency bands for radio astronomical measurements in the range 1-3 THz Preferred frequency bands for radio astronomical measurements in the range 1-3 THz [ RA.769-2 (05/2003) ] - Protection criteria used for radio astronomical measurements Protection criteria used for radio astronomical measurements [ RA.1513-1 (05/03) ] - Levels of data loss to radio astronomy observations and percentage-of-time criteria resulting from degradation by interference for frequency bands allocated to the radio astronomy on a primary basis Levels of data loss to radio astronomy observations and percentage-of-time criteria resulting from degradation by interference for frequency bands allocated to the radio astronomy on a primary basis [ RA.611-3 (06/03) ] - Protection of the radio astronomy service from spurious emissions Protection of the radio astronomy service from spurious emissions [ RA.517-3 (06/03) ] - Protection of the radio astronomy services from transmitters operating in adjacent bands Protection of the radio astronomy services from transmitters operating in adjacent bands [ RA.1631-0 (05/03) ] - Reference radio astronomy antenna pattern to be used for compatibility analyses between non-GSO systems and radio astronomy service stations based on the epfd concept Reference radio astronomy antenna pattern to be used for compatibility analyses between non-GSO systems and radio astronomy service stations based on the epfd concept [ RA.1237-1 (06/03) ] - Protection of the radio astronomy service from unwanted emissions resulting from applications of wideband digital modulation Protection of the radio astronomy service from unwanted emissions resulting from applications of wideband digital modulation [ RA.517-2 (03/92) ] - Protection of the radioastronomy service from transmitters in adjacent bands Protection of the radioastronomy service from transmitters in adjacent bands [ RA.611-2 (03/92) ] - Protection of the radioastronomy service from spurious emissions Protection of the radioastronomy service from spurious emissions [ RA.479-4 (10/95) ] - Protection of frequencies for radioastronomical measurements in the shielded zone of the Moon Protection of frequencies for radioastronomical measurements in the shielded zone of the Moon [ RA.1513-0 (03/01) ] - Levels of data loss to radio astronomy observations and percentage-of-time criteria resulting from degradation by interference for frequency bands allocated to the radio astronomy on a primary basis Levels of data loss to radio astronomy observations and percentage-of-time criteria resulting from degradation by interference for frequency bands allocated to the radio astronomy on a primary basis [ RA.314-9 (02/02) ] - Preferred frequency bands for radio astronomical measurements Preferred frequency bands for radio astronomical measurements [ RA.1272-1 (02/02) ] - Protection of radio astronomy measurements above 60 GHz from ground based interference Protection of radio astronomy measurements above 60 GHz from ground based interference [ RA.1417-0 (10/99) ] - A radio-quiet zone in the vicinity of the L2 Sun-Earth Lagrange point A radio-quiet zone in the vicinity of the L2 Sun-Earth Lagrange point [ RA.1272-0 (10/97) ] - Protection of radio astronomy measurements above 60 GHz from ground based interference Protection of radio astronomy measurements above 60 GHz from ground based interference [ RA.1237-0 (02/97) ] - Protection of the radio astronomy service from unwanted emissions resulting from applications of wideband digital modulation Protection of the radio astronomy service from unwanted emissions resulting from applications of wideband digital modulation [ RA.1031-1 (10/95) ] - Protection of the radioastronomy service in frequency bands shared with other services Protection of the radioastronomy service in frequency bands shared with other services [ RA.769-1 (10/95) ] - Protection criteria used for radioastronomical measurements Protection criteria used for radioastronomical measurements [ RA.314-8 (03/92) ] - Preferred frequency bands for radioastronomical measurements Preferred frequency bands for radioastronomical measurements [ RA.1860-0 (01/2010) ] - Preferred frequency bands for radio astronomical measurements in the range 1-3 THz Preferred frequency bands for radio astronomical measurements in the range 1-3 THz [ RA.769-2 (05/2003) ] - Protection criteria used for radio astronomical measurements Protection criteria used for radio astronomical measurements
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Score: 1034888.9 - http://www.itu.int/dms_pages/itu-r/rec/ra/R-REC-RA-RSS.xml
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What are some of the key tools and approaches used by your country/organization in applying precaution (or m Most important tools: - The product control act. §3 Duty to take due care and § 3a) Duty to apply the substitution principle. - The Established criteria for unwanted properties (involving persistence, bioaccumulation and toxicity) - Agreed application of precaution in the chemicals policy. a. (...) Precaution is integrated in the established criteria for unwanted properties of chemicals, thus integrated also in Guidance document used when performing risk assessments prescribes higher Safety factors to be used when the level of information is less. c. (...) What are the most important needs of your country or organization for more effectively applying precaution (or making decisions in the face of uncertainty) and overcoming barriers in chemicals management decision-making?
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Score: 1034751.8 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/documents/forums/forum5/norway.pdf
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PREVENTING SEXUAL HARASSMENT{tc "PREVENTING SEXUAL HARASSMENT"} {autonum} The single most effective deterrent against sexual harassment in the workplace is awareness. (...) They often experience increased stress on the job and their performance may decline. {autonum} An effective awareness programme will discourage offensive behaviour. Nonetheless, once it occurs, the most effective weapon in dealing with sexual harassment is victim empowerment.
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Score: 1033872.8 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/osagi/pdf/UNICEFpolicy.PDF
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It is envisaged that actions taken in this area will support States, especially developing countries including Small Island Developing States (SIDS), by providing assistance to put in place policies and measures to effectively address environmental and biodiversity impacts of fishing operations that have been identified in each particular country context. Actions will be particularly focused on addressing discards, catch of unwanted bycatch of both fish and non-fish, catch by abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) also called ‘ghost fishing’, preventing and reducing ALDFG, improving energy efficiency, and promoting the implementation of best practice measures for the use and management of different types of fishing gear, in particular those most commonly associated with harmful and avoidable impacts on the marine environment, or on marine species.
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Score: 1028451.2 - https://www.fao.org/responsibl...reducing-impact-ecosystems/en/
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This programme, co-funded by the  Global Environment Facility (GEF) , was designed with the objective of minimizing the capture and discard of unwanted catch and bycatch, and the impact of shrimp-trawling on bottom habitat.  (...) A next phase REBYC III project is currently being considered to achieve further reduction of unwanted and incidental bycatch in fisheries of the Caribbean and Latin American region. Whilst previous projects focused on reducing unwanted bycatches in trawl fisheries, the new project will be extended to include other fishing gears.  
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Score: 1027834.3 - https://www.fao.org/responsibl...d-discards/rebyc-programme/en/
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