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With regard to 10 (d), we would like to encourage a reference to the wider spectrum of area based management tools such as integrated coastal zone management, marine spatial planning as well as applying the precautionary and ecosystem approaches. As such, we have proposed a new (d). We would also like to see a rewording of paragraph 10 (c) and have proposed a new 10 (f) 10 (g) and 10 (h) to address, inter alia, issues such as providing technical assistance and capacity 2 building to small scale and artisanal fishers in developing countries as well as developing research capacity and access to technology to ensure access to high seas fishing, which are of critical importance to the Group. 6. (...) Fourth, we would like to propose new sub-paragraphs 11 (g), 11 (j), 11 (m), 11 (n) and 11 (p) which address the issues of (i) the importance of providing the necessary means for the development of sustainable ocean-based economies in accordance with the Addis Ababa Action Agenda; (ii) dedicating greater resources to marine scientific research necessary to increasing our knowledge of the ocean and to better understand the relationship between climate change and the health and productivity of the ocean; (iii) ensuring that persons with disabilities and persons in vulnerable situations are provided with the necessary services to enable their knowledge and information on the conservation and sustainable use of the oceans; (iv) prohibiting certain forms of fisheries subsidies that inter alia contribute to overcapacity and overfishing as well as refraining from introducing further subsidies, while recognising that effective special and differential treatment for developing and least developing countries should be an integral part of the WTO fisheries subsidies negotiation and (v) providing capacity development and technical assistance for developing countries to enable and enhance their access to marine resources . 7.
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Score: 992967.2 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...org/files/3._g77_and_china.pdf
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With regard to 10 (d), we would like to encourage a reference to the wider spectrum of area based management tools such as integrated coastal zone management, marine spatial planning as well as applying the precautionary and ecosystem approaches. As such, we have proposed a new (d). We would also like to see a rewording of paragraph 10 (c) and have proposed a new 10 (f) 10 (g) and 10 (h) to address, inter alia, issues such as providing technical assistance and capacity 2 building to small scale and artisanal fishers in developing countries as well as developing research capacity and access to technology to ensure access to high seas fishing, which are of critical importance to the Group. 6. (...) Fourth, we would like to propose new sub-paragraphs 11 (g), 11 (j), 11 (m), 11 (n) and 11 (p) which address the issues of (i) the importance of providing the necessary means for the development of sustainable ocean-based economies in accordance with the Addis Ababa Action Agenda; (ii) dedicating greater resources to marine scientific research necessary to increasing our knowledge of the ocean and to better understand the relationship between climate change and the health and productivity of the ocean; (iii) ensuring that persons with disabilities and persons in vulnerable situations are provided with the necessary services to enable their knowledge and information on the conservation and sustainable use of the oceans; (iv) prohibiting certain forms of fisheries subsidies that inter alia contribute to overcapacity and overfishing as well as refraining from introducing further subsidies, while recognising that effective special and differential treatment for developing and least developing countries should be an integral part of the WTO fisheries subsidies negotiation and (v) providing capacity development and technical assistance for developing countries to enable and enhance their access to marine resources . 7.
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Score: 992967.2 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...s/2020/03/3._g77_and_china.pdf
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Since discrimination can raise barriers in accessing services that these children need to realize their rights, it is likely that it negatively affects their subjective well-being. (...) This should include accessible learning materials and inclusive curricula, securing assistive technologies, training teachers and administrators, as well as providing accessible infrastructure, recreational spaces, water and sanitation facilities, and transportation. (...) Consult  persons with disabilities and consider the full range of disabilities, as well as the specific needs of children and their families, when providing inclusive services and equitable quality education: Caregiving and family-friendly policies: Promote responsive caregiving, family-friendly policies and prioritize programmes at the community level to enable families to care for their children with disabilities at home, or to provide family-based alternative care settings.
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Score: 981321.4 - https://www.unicef.org/turkiye...-disabilities-are-being-denied
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Since discrimination can raise barriers in accessing services that these children need to realize their rights, it is likely that it negatively affects their subjective well-being. (...) This should include accessible learning materials and inclusive curricula, securing assistive technologies, training teachers and administrators, as well as providing accessible infrastructure, recreational spaces, water and sanitation facilities, and transportation. (...) Consult  persons with disabilities and consider the full range of disabilities, as well as the specific needs of children and their families, when providing inclusive services and equitable quality education: Caregiving and family-friendly policies: Promote responsive caregiving, family-friendly policies and prioritize programmes at the community level to enable families to care for their children with disabilities at home, or to provide family-based alternative care settings.
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Score: 981321.4 - https://www.unicef.org/turkey/...-disabilities-are-being-denied
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YES / NO If YES, please provide further details, web links, or comments that you would like to add: 2. (...) YES / NO If YES, please provide further details, web links, or comments that you would like to add: 6. (...) YES / NO If YES, please provide further details, web links, or comments that you would like to add: 7.
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Score: 979135.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...ility%20Survey%20-%20FINAL.pdf
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Services providing access to audiovisual media services could include websites, online applications, set-top box-based applications, downloadable applications, mobile device-based services including mobile applications and related media players as well as connected television services. ] YES / NO If YES , please provide further details, web links, or comments that you would like to add: Please indicate if these provisions apply only to State Parties or also to the private sector: Laws or regulations encouraging the mass media, including providers of information through the Internet, to make their web-based information and services accessible to persons with disabilities, including e.g. content published in social media platforms? (...) YES / NO If YES , please provide further details, web links, or comments that you would like to add: II. (...) YES / NO If YES (applies to all answers) , please provide further details, web links, or comments that you would like to add: Financial schemes to support the provision of accessible information and communications, as well as of ICT products and services, for persons with disabilities?
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Score: 979135.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...lity%20Survey%20-%20FINAL.docx
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Since discrimination can raise barriers in accessing services that these children need to realize their rights, it is likely that it negatively affects their subjective well-being. (...) This should include accessible learning materials and inclusive curricula, securing assistive technologies, training teachers and administrators, as well as providing accessible infrastructure, recreational spaces, water and sanitation facilities, and transportation. (...) Consult persons with disabilities and consider the full range of disabilities, as well as the specific needs of children and their families, when providing inclusive services and equitable quality education: Caregiving and family-friendly policies: Promote responsive caregiving, family-friendly policies and prioritize programmes at the community level to enable families to care for their children with disabilities at home, or to provide family-based alternative care settings.
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Score: 974679 - https://www.unicef.org/philipp...-are-being-denied-basic-rights
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Since discrimination can raise barriers in accessing services that these children need to realize their rights, it is likely that it negatively affects their subjective well-being. (...) This should include accessible learning materials and inclusive curricula, securing assistive technologies, training teachers and administrators, as well as providing accessible infrastructure, recreational spaces, water and sanitation facilities, and transportation. (...) Consult persons with disabilities and consider the full range of disabilities, as well as the specific needs of children and their families, when providing inclusive services and equitable quality education: Caregiving and family-friendly policies: Promote responsive caregiving, family-friendly policies and prioritize programmes at the community level to enable families to care for their children with disabilities at home, or to provide family-based alternative care settings.
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Score: 974679 - https://www.unicef.org/kosovop...-are-being-denied-basic-rights
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Heidi Mendoza as the Under Secretary-General for OIOS as well as Ms. Jane Holl Lute as Special Coordinator on improving the United Nations response to sexual exploitation and abuse and we look forward to supporting them delivering their given responsibilities. (...) We will examine a number of these elements during the informal consultations. Like the Advisory Committee, the Group stresses the need for adherence to the budgetary discipline as well as existing financial rules and regulations. (...) The Group also takes note of the information on the estimated quantifiable benefit of Umoja implementation in the missions for 2016/2017 and would like to once again stress the need for the Secretary-General to provide accurate and reliable information on the implementation with full justification in the future reports. 16.
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Score: 973862.9 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...land%20(G77%20and%20China).pdf
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So we will listen to them as well. And we would like to have an open, I would say sincere, discussion about our objectives, our aims, what you would like to see from the international community in terms of support, help, and assistance to your endeavors. (...) And all the other activities as government purchases training personnel in the area of ICTs and languages as well. This was provided to all the interested parties alongside with the recommendations. (...) As a result of these analyses, we arrived at certain conclusions, and we provided general recommendations about inclusiveness in the digital society as well as in terms of the individual items.
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Score: 968596.7 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/..._persons_with_disabilities.pdf
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