Home

Results 51 - 60 of 433,766 for vigor charges. Search took 9.656 seconds.  
Sort by date/Sort by relevance
The accused is a medical doctor by profession. He is charged with the crimes of Direct and Public Incitement to commit Genocide, Genocide, Complicity in Genocide, Conspiracy to Commit Genocide, Crimes Against Humanity, and Serious Violations of Article 3 common to the 1949 Geneva Conventions and of Additional Protocol II thereto. (...) "We are determined to continue pursuing vigorously our mandate of rendering justice for the Rwanda genocide", Judge Kama stated.
Language:English
Score: 969686 - https://unictr.irmct.org/en/node/1889
Data Source: un
Western Pacific Australia Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / News releases News releases News from the Western Pacific 2 November 2013 News release Drug-resistant malaria is cause for deep concern, says WHO 28 October 2013 News release Dr Babatunde Olowokure Awarded the “For People’s Health” Medal by Viet Nam’s Ministry of Health 24 October 2013 News release Enhancing HIV/STI prevention and treatment in the Western Pacific 24 October 2013 News release WHO renews call for universal immunization coverage 24 October 2013 News release L’OMS recommande vivement des mesures vigoureuses contre les maladies tropicales négligées 24 October 2013 News release WHO urges vigorous action against neglected tropical diseases 24 October 2013 News release L’OMS renouvelle son appel à réduire la charge des troubles mentaux dans la Région 24 October 2013 News release Protecting patients from substandard and counterfeit medicines 24 October 2013 News release WHO renews calls to tackle the regional mental health burden 24 October 2013 News release Responding to emerging infectious disease threats « 21 22 23 (current) 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 » News from WHO 19 October 2021 Departmental news WHO and Psyon Games teach players how to stay safe from COVID-19 in the Antidote Game 18 October 2021 Statement Statement promoting sport and health 18 October 2021 News release State of Qatar and WHO team up for a healthy and safe FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 18 October 2021 News release Football champion Didier Drogba appointed WHO Ambassador for Sports and Health 15 October 2021 Departmental news Webinar: Policies to develop, attract, recruit and retain health workers in rural and remote areas, and promote gender equality for rural women through health workforce policies 15 October 2021 Departmental news Investing $1 per person per year in hand hygiene could save hundreds of thousands of lives 14 October 2021 News release Tuberculosis deaths rise for the first time in more than a decade due to the COVID-19 pandemic 14 October 2021 Departmental news Eye Care Situation Analysis Tool (ECSAT) launch 14 October 2021 Departmental news WHO calls for better and fairer opportunities for physical activity to improve health 13 October 2021 News release WHO Director-General Bestows Posthumous Award on the Late Henrietta Lacks « 21 22 23 (current) 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 » Quick links Newsroom Emergencies Regional links Data Publications Campaigns Careers Help Contact us Email scams Privacy Integrity Hotline Privacy legal notice © 2022 WHO
Language:English
Score: 969686 - https://www.who.int/australia/news/releases/23
Data Source: un
As the Trial Chamber is 23 aware, this accused was charged in 1995 for actions which occurred at the 24 Keraterm detention camp between May and August of 1992. (...) But the 23 issue for us has been trying to establish what we can prove beyond a 24 reasonable doubt with respect to his participation at Keraterm, and our 25 answer, after the vigorous work that we've put into it in the last few Page 41 1 months, is that we do not now have sufficient evidence to convict him for 2 offences that are the focus of this Tribunal. (...) I have nothing else to say but to support 11 the motion put in by the Prosecution and to ask the Chamber to withdraw 12 the charges against my client. 13 JUDGE MAY: Thank you, Mr.
Language:English
Score: 963261.8 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/banovic/trans/en/020410MH.htm
Data Source: un
As the Trial Chamber is 23 aware, this accused was charged in 1995 for actions which occurred at the 24 Keraterm detention camp between May and August of 1992. (...) But the 23 issue for us has been trying to establish what we can prove beyond a 24 reasonable doubt with respect to his participation at Keraterm, and our 25 answer, after the vigorous work that we've put into it in the last few Page 41 1 months, is that we do not now have sufficient evidence to convict him for 2 offences that are the focus of this Tribunal. (...) I have nothing else to say but to support 11 the motion put in by the Prosecution and to ask the Chamber to withdraw 12 the charges against my client. 13 JUDGE MAY: Thank you, Mr.
Language:English
Score: 963261.8 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/fustar/trans/en/020410MH.htm
Data Source: un
The Prosecutor encourages vigorous debate within her Office, regarding the strengths or weaknesses of the evidence and legal theories which may be applicable to the facts and the evidence. (...) The final position on the viability of any charge against any person is the sole decision of the Prosecutor, who if satisfied that the available evidence is sufficient, then presents an indictment to a judge for confirmation.
Language:English
Score: 954157 - https://www.icty.org/en/press/...ss-statement-office-prosecutor
Data Source: un
The Prosecutor encourages vigorous debate within her Office, regarding the strengths or weaknesses of the evidence and legal theories which may be applicable to the facts and the evidence. (...) The final position on the viability of any charge against any person is the sole decision of the Prosecutor, who if satisfied that the available evidence is sufficient, then presents an indictment to a judge for confirmation.
Language:English
Score: 954157 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/2294
Data Source: un
Western Pacific Republic of Korea Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / News releases News releases © WHO/Yoshi Shimizu © Credits News from the Western Pacific 2 November 2013 News release Drug-resistant malaria is cause for deep concern, says WHO 28 October 2013 News release Dr Babatunde Olowokure Awarded the “For People’s Health” Medal by Viet Nam’s Ministry of Health 24 October 2013 News release Enhancing HIV/STI prevention and treatment in the Western Pacific 24 October 2013 News release WHO renews call for universal immunization coverage 24 October 2013 News release L’OMS recommande vivement des mesures vigoureuses contre les maladies tropicales négligées 24 October 2013 News release WHO urges vigorous action against neglected tropical diseases 24 October 2013 News release L’OMS renouvelle son appel à réduire la charge des troubles mentaux dans la Région 24 October 2013 News release Protecting patients from substandard and counterfeit medicines 24 October 2013 News release WHO renews calls to tackle the regional mental health burden 24 October 2013 News release Responding to emerging infectious disease threats « 21 22 23 (current) 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 » News from WHO 19 October 2021 Departmental news WHO and Psyon Games teach players how to stay safe from COVID-19 in the Antidote Game 18 October 2021 Statement Statement promoting sport and health 18 October 2021 News release State of Qatar and WHO team up for a healthy and safe FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 18 October 2021 News release Football champion Didier Drogba appointed WHO Ambassador for Sports and Health 15 October 2021 Departmental news Webinar: Policies to develop, attract, recruit and retain health workers in rural and remote areas, and promote gender equality for rural women through health workforce policies 15 October 2021 Departmental news Investing $1 per person per year in hand hygiene could save hundreds of thousands of lives 14 October 2021 News release Tuberculosis deaths rise for the first time in more than a decade due to the COVID-19 pandemic 14 October 2021 Departmental news Eye Care Situation Analysis Tool (ECSAT) launch 14 October 2021 Departmental news WHO calls for better and fairer opportunities for physical activity to improve health 13 October 2021 News release WHO Director-General Bestows Posthumous Award on the Late Henrietta Lacks « 21 22 23 (current) 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 » Quick links Newsroom Emergencies Regional links Data Publications Campaigns Careers Help Contact us Email scams Privacy Integrity Hotline Privacy legal notice © 2022 WHO
Language:English
Score: 954157 - https://www.who.int/republicofkorea/news/releases/23
Data Source: un
Western Pacific Japan Home Health Topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / News releases News releases WHO/Yoshi Shimizu © Credits News from the Western Pacific 2 November 2013 News release Drug-resistant malaria is cause for deep concern, says WHO 28 October 2013 News release Dr Babatunde Olowokure Awarded the “For People’s Health” Medal by Viet Nam’s Ministry of Health 24 October 2013 News release Enhancing HIV/STI prevention and treatment in the Western Pacific 24 October 2013 News release WHO renews call for universal immunization coverage 24 October 2013 News release L’OMS recommande vivement des mesures vigoureuses contre les maladies tropicales négligées 24 October 2013 News release WHO urges vigorous action against neglected tropical diseases 24 October 2013 News release L’OMS renouvelle son appel à réduire la charge des troubles mentaux dans la Région 24 October 2013 News release Protecting patients from substandard and counterfeit medicines 24 October 2013 News release WHO renews calls to tackle the regional mental health burden 24 October 2013 News release Responding to emerging infectious disease threats « 21 22 23 (current) 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 » News from WHO 19 October 2021 Departmental news WHO and Psyon Games teach players how to stay safe from COVID-19 in the Antidote Game 18 October 2021 Statement Statement promoting sport and health 18 October 2021 News release State of Qatar and WHO team up for a healthy and safe FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 18 October 2021 News release Football champion Didier Drogba appointed WHO Ambassador for Sports and Health 15 October 2021 Departmental news Webinar: Policies to develop, attract, recruit and retain health workers in rural and remote areas, and promote gender equality for rural women through health workforce policies 15 October 2021 Departmental news Investing $1 per person per year in hand hygiene could save hundreds of thousands of lives 14 October 2021 News release Tuberculosis deaths rise for the first time in more than a decade due to the COVID-19 pandemic 14 October 2021 Departmental news Eye Care Situation Analysis Tool (ECSAT) launch 14 October 2021 Departmental news WHO calls for better and fairer opportunities for physical activity to improve health 13 October 2021 News release WHO Director-General Bestows Posthumous Award on the Late Henrietta Lacks « 21 22 23 (current) 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 » Quick links Newsroom Emergencies Regional links Data Publications Campaigns Careers Help Contact us Email scams Privacy Integrity Hotline Privacy legal notice © 2022 WHO
Language:English
Score: 954157 - https://www.who.int/japan/news/news-releases/23
Data Source: un
Before doing so, in this case, as in any others, the judges will want to satisfy themselves that the local courts are able to try war crimes cases in accordance with the highest international standards. This means vigorously pursuing evidence of crimes and giving victims the opportunity to have their stories heard, providing adequate protection for witnesses, fully respecting the rights of the accused to a fair trial and bringing judgments based on law and not political pressure. (...) However, in this discussion on whether or not the case may be transferred for trial in Croatia, the most important point is completely lost. The indictment charges Mirko Norac with grave crimes. It alleges that Croatian army and police forces attacked the Serbian population in the Medak Pocket, which at the time numbered approximately 400 people.
Language:English
Score: 939117.7 - https://www.icty.org/x/file/Ou...rom_hague/balkan_040609_en.pdf
Data Source: un
. • South Africa is an important tourism market for key Asia Pacific markets such as China, Singapore and Australia • Australasia: a fast-growing emitting market (25.1% ) for South Africa attracting 541,253 tourists in 2012 • Changi Airport is an extremely important hub in the Australasia region and will help in stimulating tourism growth to South Africa thanks to its dense connectivity to China and Australia 1 August 2013 Page 6 6 Aviation and Tourism Synergies but need for improvement Air transport is often perceived as slowing development of travel and tourism – Higher taxes & charges – Lack of air connectivity – Facilitation and border control How to improve and balance benefits of air transport and tourism policies 1 August 2013 Page 7 Proposed joint work programme with UNWTO : 3 priorities • Facilitation (Visa & border control) – Minimum standards • Consumer protection • Aviation and tourism sustainability Avoid duplication in efforts and create a greater synergy in both organizations  T20 recognized synergies between air transport and tourism development  ICAO and UNWTO to cooperate on matters of mutual interest: 1 August 2013 Page 8 ICAO/UNWTO – Joint Statement Joint Statement on Aviation and Tourism signed by ICAO & UNWTO Secretaries General at ATConf/6 Objectives: • Maximize air transport/tourism synergies • Work together on consumer protection • Increase connectivity (e.g. visas and travel ID documents; airport passenger flow management; essential service and tourism development route (ESTDR) • Reduce greenhouse gas emissions • Alleviate taxes, charges and levies on aviation and tourism • Cooperate on the implementation of ATConf/6 recommendations 1 August 2013 Page 9 Value of air cargo for trade and economy Facilitation of air cargo is essential Initiatives by ICAO and WCO • Maintain stability of supply chain • Support economic growth • Enable sustainable development of air transport • Maintain security and flight safety 1 August 2013 Page 10 World international cargo shipment Aviation’s key advantage is speed and average value of goods shipped by air tends to be higher than for other modes. 1 August 2013 Page 11 ATConf/6 highlights & general assessment • Theme: “Sustainability of air transport” provided a relevant platform for discussion • Objectives: Develop guidance and action plan for a global regulatory framework • Preliminary steps: Regional seminars provided a preliminary review of issues and proposals to be discussed • Documentation: Substantive documentation available on website • Attendance: Over 1000 participants from 131 States and 39 Observer organizations • 69 Recommendations: including 40 for ICAO action and 29 for States action • Assessment: Successful event 1 August 2013 Page 12 Agenda Item 1 Item 1: GLOBAL OVERVIEW OF TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS • 1.1 Industry and regulatory developments • 1.2 Other areas of ICAO´s work that may have economic implications (including the economic impact pertaining to the outcome of the High-level Conference on Aviation Security (HLCAS) 1 August 2013 Page 13 Milestone results • Stronger leadership role for ICAO in economic regulation • ICAO leadership role in forging new regulatory tools • Commitment of the global aviation community for increased international integration and harmonization • Cooperation between air transport stakeholders to avoid duplication of efforts • Recommendation for the implementation of a voluntary air transport fund 1 August 2013 Page 14 Agenda Item 2 Item 2: EXAMINATION OF KEY ISSUES AND RELATED REGULATORY FRAMEWORK • 2.1 Market access • 2.2 Air carrier ownership and control • 2.3 Consumer protection • 2.4 Fair competition • 2.5 Safeguards • 2.6 Taxation & other levies on international air transport • 2.7 Economics of airports and air navigation services (including outcome pertaining to economic impact of the Twelfth Air Navigation Conference (ANConf/12) • 2.8 Implementation of ICAO policies and guidance 1 August 2013 Page 15 Market access and fair competition Main recommendations for ICAO (market access): – Develop international agreement to liberalize air cargo services – Develop international agreement to liberalize market access – Continue providing ICAN facility for further liberalization Main recommendations for ICAO (fair competition): – Develop a compendium of competition policies and practices by States and regional bodies – Provide an exchange forum for States for more compatible regulatory approaches 1 August 2013 Page 16 Air carrier ownership and control Main recommendation for ICAO - Develop international agreement to liberalize air carrier ownership and control: • take into account safety and security concerns • principle of reciprocity • gradual and progressive adaptation with safeguards • regional experiences & requirements of various States’ domestic laws & effects on all stakeholders (including labour) 1 August 2013 Page 17 Consumer protection Main recommendation for ICAO: • ICAO should develop high-level, non-prescriptive core principles on consumer protection • appropriate balance between consumers/industry competitiveness • need for States’ flexibility (different social, political and economic characteristics) • consistency with Montréal Convention of 1999 1 August 2013 Page 18 Taxation Main recommendations for ICAO: • collaborate with relevant industry associations to develop analysis and guidance for use by States on the impact of taxes and other levies on air transport • continue to take the necessary measures to enhance States’ awareness of ICAO policies on taxation and vigorously promote application 1 August 2013 Page 19 Economics of airports and air navigation services Main recommendations for ICAO: • multidisciplinary group to develop principles on incentives in Aviation System Block Upgrades (ASBUs) modules • new mechanisms for sustainable funding of oversight functions at State level and development of related guidance material 1 August 2013 Page 20 Continuous work on policies and guidance Main recommendations for ICAO: • Update and keep current ICAO policy and guidance on: – Regulation of international air transport (TASAs, Docs 9587 & 9626 and databases) – Supplement to Doc 9082 to include changes in airport & ANSP commercialization/privatization – Supplement to Doc 8632 – taxation policies 1 August 2013 Page 21 Continuous work on monitoring and analyzing Main recommendations for ICAO: • Monitor developments related to: – Air transport industry – Areas of market access, consumer protection, competition and safeguards – Impediments to sustainable air transport system – Changes in airport and ANSPs commercialization & privatization – Economic oversight funding situations 1 August 2013 Page 22 Promotion, awareness and implementation Main recommendations for ICAO: • Promote & increase awareness of ICAO policies and guidance material on: – Air transport regulation and liberalization – Funding of infrastructure – Policies on taxation, user charges – Governance, management of airports & ANSPs, aviation security related charges – Ratification of Montréal Convention of 1999 • Consider additional ways by which to enhance implementation 1 August 2013 Page 23 Follow-up actions • June 2013: Approval of ATConf/6 recommendations by the ICAO Council • State letter to disseminate outcome and action required by States • Use of ICAN platform and other State-funded seminars • Regular monitoring and updating of relevant ICAO databases • Dissemination of information using ICAO training courses and the website • Regular reporting to States on follow-up actions 1 August 2013 Page 24 Closing All documentation and Conference report on ICAO website (http://www.icao.int.meetings/atconf6/ ) Yellow cover report available in hard copy in all languages Questions and answers… http://www.icao.int.meetings/atconf6/ 1 August 2013 Page 25 © ICAO All rights reserved.
Language:English
Score: 928905 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Docu...GCA/D_ATB_DGCA_July_13.EAP.pdf
Data Source: un