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Whilst the page limit provided in Article 8(2)(a) of the Rules serves the interests of justice in the vast majority of cases, in a case of this magnitude a waiver of the requirement will be appropriate.1 The appeal will raise complex questions of law, the determination of which will impact significantly upon the rights and interests of all professional and higher staff in the Organisation.
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Score: 918635.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...orders/order-unat-2018-310.pdf
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Whilst the page limit provided in Article 8(2)(a) of the Rules serves the interests of justice in the vast majority of cases, in a case of this magnitude a waiver of the 3 of 3 requirement will be appropriate.1 The appeal will raise complex questions of law, the determination of which will impact significantly upon the rights and interests of all professional and higher staff in the Organisation.
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Score: 918635.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...orders/order-unat-2018-309.pdf
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Whilst the page limit provided in Article 8(2)(a) of the Rules serves the interests of justice in the vast majority of cases, in a case of this magnitude a waiver of the requirement will be appropriate.1 The appeal will raise complex questions of law, the 1 Tadonki v.
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Score: 918635.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...orders/order-unat-2018-311.pdf
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The typical images we see in the media often misrepresent the reality that the vast majority of people are rescued and helped by their fellow community members after a disaster. (...) However, they misrepresent the reality that the vast majority of people are rescued and helped by their fellow community members after a disaster.
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Score: 917415 - https://www.unv.org/node/3900/pdf
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FAO's Global Action on Pollination Services for Sustainable Agriculture | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español FAO's Global Action on Pollination Services for Sustainable Agriculture Background Projects Major Initiatives Pollination Database Resources Call for Contributions - Improving Global Agricultural Data (IGAD) Community of Practice Second IGAD Annual Virtual Meeting 2022 | AIMS Save the date: Global Seminar strengthening regulations to protect pollinators from pesticides 23–24 February 2022 | 13:00 -17:30 CET An international survey comparing antimicrobial resistance risk and awareness between beekeepers in Europe, the United Kingdom and North America YUNGA learning and action series – THE POLLINATORS CHALLENGE BADGE Pollination & human livelihoods Pollination is a keystone process in both human managed and natural terrestrial ecosystems. It is critical for food production and human livelihoods, and directly links wild ecosystems with agricultrual production systems. The vast majority of flowering plant species only produce seeds if animal pollination move pollen from the anthers to the stigmas of their flowers. (...) Safeguarding bees safeguards biodiversity: the vast majority of pollinators are wild, including over 20 000 species of bees.
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Score: 909165.3 - https://www.fao.org/pollination/en
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FAO's Global Action on Pollination Services for Sustainable Agriculture | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español FAO's Global Action on Pollination Services for Sustainable Agriculture Background Projects Major Initiatives Pollination Database Resources Save the date: Global Seminar strengthening regulations to protect pollinators from pesticides 23–24 February 2022 | 13:00 -17:30 CET An international survey comparing antimicrobial resistance risk and awareness between beekeepers in Europe, the United Kingdom and North America YUNGA learning and action series – THE POLLINATORS CHALLENGE BADGE Webcast ::: World Bee Day ::: Thursday, 20 May 2021 Pollination & human livelihoods Pollination is a keystone process in both human managed and natural terrestrial ecosystems. It is critical for food production and human livelihoods, and directly links wild ecosystems with agricultrual production systems. The vast majority of flowering plant species only produce seeds if animal pollination move pollen from the anthers to the stigmas of their flowers. (...) Safeguarding bees safeguards biodiversity: the vast majority of pollinators are wild, including over 20 000 species of bees.
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Score: 909165.3 - https://www.fao.org/pollination/en/
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The Chapter consequently completely overlooks the fact that for the vast majority of fisheries the priority is to maintain and strengthen further the exisng well-funconing fisheries management. (...) However, Iceland finds it inexplicable that the dra report ignores the 2/3 majority of fish stocks that are not overfished. This oversight colours the whole chapter, from the fact that there is no menon of the vast majority of fish stocks being sustainably harvested in the “keynote points” at the start of the chapter to the fact that the “outlook” and “gaps” parts toward the end of the chapter do not menon the fact that for the vast majority of fish stocks the overriding priority is to maintain fishing at sustainable levels. (...) However, it is not only also inappropriate to overlook things that are being done well (in parcular when these constute the vast majority of cases) but also inappropriate to present issues as problems when they simply are not problems.
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Score: 908088.5 - https://www.un.org/regularproc...ularprocess/files/iceland2.pdf
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Since the outbreak of the cri- sis up to March 2009, the total support is estimated at a stag- gering $20.8 trillion or 33.5 per cent of the estimated World Gross Product (WGP) for 2008. Th e vast majority of these re- sources comprise government guarantees of toxic assets held by the banking sectors in the United States, Europe and elsewhere. (...) Th e Japanese government has already lent $100 billion of its re- serves to increase the IMF’s lending capacity. Countries with vast amounts of reserves, such as China or some of the major oil ex- porters, could contribute similarly, though this likely will require making suffi cient progress towards governance reform of the IMF to make this politically more acceptable for these countries. (...) Surplus countries with vast amounts of reserves and sovereign wealth funds could similarly allocate some of its resources to regional development banks in order to expand their lending capacity.
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Score: 902738.5 - https://www.un.org/development...ads/sites/45/policybrief13.pdf
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On this background, I would like to raise a few concerns for your serious attention: • The earth is not resource poor, but the resource distribution is unequal, globally as well as domestically. The vast majority of the people, particularly the rural folks and indigenous people, who in fact are the custodians of the natural resources, are deprived of the very resources they have nurtured and cared for, while a small minority commands control over them and exploits them extravagantly and in a manner which means that re-generation is not possible. (...) The effective development of rural resources should accord the highest priority in most LDCs because the vast majority of the population is dependent on natural resources for their livelihoods. • We must realize that internal conflicts and terrorism stem in large part from deprivation and discrimination and the resultant poverty and want. (...) The IMF and WTO should be radically reformed. • Debt servicing poses a major challenge to domestic resource mobilization.
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Score: 902684.6 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/meetings/hl2004/Arjun.Karki.pdf
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Affordable Land and Housing in Asia | UN-Habitat 跳转到主要内容 Top Menu Covid-19 Governance Donors Programmes Media centre Get involved Events 菜单 Main navigation About Us Overview Accountability Donors Evaluation Governance Leadership New Urban Agenda Our Strategy Partners Sustainable Development Goals About Us Megamenu Topics Climate Change Disability Energy Housing Human Rights Land Legislation Local Economic Development Local Governments and Decentralisation Migration Mobility Municipal Finance Planning and Design Public Space Regeneration Regional and Metropolitan Planning Rehabilitation Resilience and Risk Reduction Safety Slum Upgrading Waste Management Water and Sanitation Youth and Livelihoods Topics megamenu Where We Are Africa Region Asia and the Pacific Region Arab States Region Latin America and the Caribbean Region Other countries Africa Region Asia and the Pacific Region Arab States Region Latin America and the Caribbean Region Other Countries Knowledge Best Practices Capacity Building Research and Publications Data and Analytics Knowledge Megamenu Search Go Donate Donors Events Get involved Governance Media centre Partners Affordable Land and Housing in Asia English 中文 Portuguese + Download the response plan + View the COVID-19 Appeal + Join us 首页 affordable land and housing in asia 2 图像 Like 496 Share English 中文 Portuguese 737 视图 59 Downloads 496 Likes In the vast majority of countries land and housing affordability is a critical contemporary challenge. While in different countries and regions the specificities of the challenge vary, the universal truism is that it is becoming increasing difficult for the vast majority of urban residents to obtain and retain adequate and affordable land and housing.  (...) Each volume firstly explores the major trends in housing conditions, availability, quality and tenure modalities.
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Score: 902684.6 - https://unhabitat.org/cn/affor...ble-land-and-housing-in-asia-2
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