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The housing solution should be inclusive in its service provision, nurture a sense of protection and belonging, and developed through a process that encourages beneficiaries to engage in the aesthetic and functional improvements of the dwelling. Whilst all aspects of adequate housing are interrelated, it is important to be explicit about each aspect, confirming that humanitarian assistance takes into consideration the habitability (adapting to the local housing typologies, in rural or urban contexts), accessibility (for marginalized groups), location, security of tenure and so on. (...) Stable households often become female-headed or single-headed households in displacement whilst youth and men are mobilized to fight. Further, whilst younger generations are likely to leave their place of origin, people with mobility impairments are unable or unwilling to flee their homes and communities. (...) Additional accompaniment activities, such as protection services needs to be offered to people that were already marginalized before the conflict (minority groups, indigenous groups, non-nationals, members of the LGTBQ+ community, and others). Whilst we have guidance for housing and property restitution, the policy and procedural recommendations are not consistently actioned and it is important to also acknowledge the housing status of those who have customary land or property ownership, live in rental accommodation, particularly through the informal shelter market, and all the more those who faced housing insecurity or homelessness before armed conflict.
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Score: 813660.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...-protecting-after-conflict.pdf
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 Confronting the Crisis demand and employment in a reapplication of Keynes’ ideas for our times (Insight 2), whilst also engaging in monetarist responses, the like and scale of which have never been seen before. (...) The IMF notes that policy-makers are now challenged with skillfully navigating between avoiding an early withdrawal of fi scal stimulus that could curtail economic recovery, whilst trying to avoid levels of public debt that could cause concerns about fi scal sustainability11.
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Score: 812854.8 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...s2/web/WebSearch/page0018.html
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However, it became very clear that whilst ITU-T had the outline of the concept, the detailed requirements were elsewhere with other bodies not normally involved in ITU-T activities. (...) SG3’s initial reaction is that whilst there are probably no restrictions they would need to have greater details of any such implementations before making a definitive comment. (...) The international connectivity would need to be sufficient to support adequate international telephone capacity whilst at the same time being able to have a multiplexed broadband capability for Internet connectivity to support programmes such as ‘I am alive’ database access.
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Score: 808749.3 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/wsis-pp/dr/Homan.pdf
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The existence of a declared state of emergency as such shall not be invoked by a State Party as a reason to object to a visit.’ 4. This suggests that whilst a visit may be objected to on grounds of public safety, which might include a medical emergency necessitating quarantine, this could only be a temporary restriction and could not prevent visits to the place of quarantine completely. (...) The SPT recognises that whilst quarantine is imposed for the public benefit it must not result in the ill-treatment of those detained. (...) This may include those individuals and groups who are considered to be at risk of, or being potential carriers of, viruses. 9. Whilst the visiting mandate of an NPM includes places of compulsory quarantine, NPMs must be mindful of the ‘do no harm’ principle when exercising that mandate.
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Score: 808749.3 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...M/2020.03.03-Advice_UK_NPM.pdf
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Madam President, we in the Kingdom of Swaziland believe that whilst this historic conference serves, in part, to remind us of the painful history of the evils of slavery, colonialism, apartheid and human suffering, it is also an opportunity to review the harsh effects of those evils and to take remedial action. One of our categorical imperatives is that, with renewed determination and commitment, we must - at this conference - adopt strategies through which we can mould our present world into one where all people have the sense of belonging - a world of equality as human beings and fraternity - yes, a world free from all forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance. Whilst the possibilities of global conflict seem to have diminished since the end of the cold war era, it is a fact that there has been a corresponding increase in incidences of internal conflicts and crossborder disturbances arising from a variety of causes, including ethnic and religious intolerance. (...) Madam President We believe that planet Earth is big enough for all of us homosapiens regardless of race, creed or colour - to live together in peace because our central bond, the nexus, is our common humanity whilst the other attributes are accidents of biology, history and geography.
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Score: 808749.3 - https://www.un.org/WCAR/statements/swazE.htm
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However, it became very clear that whilst ITU-T had the outline of the concept, the detailed requirements were elsewhere with other bodies not normally involved in ITU-T activities. (...) SG3’s initial reaction is that whilst there are probably no restrictions they would need to have greater details of any such implementations before making a definitive comment. (...) The international connectivity would need to be sufficient to support adequate international telephone capacity whilst at the same time being able to have a multiplexed broadband capability for Internet connectivity to support programmes such as ‘I am alive’ database access.
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Score: 808749.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/E...erland_2005/Les_Homan_wsis.pdf
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The Prosecution did not file an appeal against the sentence whilst the Defence asked that he be acquitted on all grounds. (...) She stressed that the official archives of the Tribunal would remain with the Mechanism for the International Criminal Tribunals until another decision was made by the UN. Jelačić added that whilst the Tribunal’s Information Centers are primarily concerned with providing access to the archives to those most affected by its work, the citizens of the former Yugoslavia, the ICTY is currently working with a number of other international institutions on providing them access to public records of the archives so that they can be used in future projects. (...) He explained that this is done either through requests coming from the region or through their liaison representatives in The Hague. He emphasised that whilst a decision on the future location of the archives is pending, non confidential Court documents are already available to the public electronically.   ***** International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia For more information, please contact our Media Office in The Hague Tel.: +31-70-512-8752; 512-5343; 512-5356 Email: press [at] icty.org ( ) Follow ICTY on Facebook , Twitter and Youtube Contact us   |   Terms and Conditions of Use   |   Privacy Notice
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Score: 808749.3 - https://www.icty.org/mk/node/6714
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The Prosecution did not file an appeal against the sentence whilst the Defence asked that he be acquitted on all grounds. (...) She stressed that the official archives of the Tribunal would remain with the Mechanism for the International Criminal Tribunals until another decision was made by the UN. Jelačić added that whilst the Tribunal’s Information Centers are primarily concerned with providing access to the archives to those most affected by its work, the citizens of the former Yugoslavia, the ICTY is currently working with a number of other international institutions on providing them access to public records of the archives so that they can be used in future projects. (...) He explained that this is done either through requests coming from the region or through their liaison representatives in The Hague. He emphasised that whilst a decision on the future location of the archives is pending, non confidential Court documents are already available to the public electronically.   ***** International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia For more information, please contact our Media Office in The Hague Tel.: +31-70-512-8752; 512-5343; 512-5356 Email: press [at] icty.org ( ) Follow ICTY on Facebook , Twitter and Youtube Contact us   |   Terms and Conditions of Use   |   Privacy Notice
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Score: 808749.3 - https://www.icty.org/sq/node/6714
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Call for Proposals Three Strategic Projects which creates synergies within landscape projects and multi-stakeholders whilst creating social enterprises, and supporting skill development and knowledge management Knuckles Conservation Forest and its Buffer Zone, Colombo Wetlands and Coastal Region from Mannar to Jaffna- Seventh Operational Phase of the Global Environment Facility Small Grants Programme Operational in Sri Lanka The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is the United Nations’ global development network, on the ground in 178 countries. (...) These projects will work at landscape level to assist create synergies within landscape projects and multi-stakeholders whilst creating social enterprises, skill development and knowledge management in the landscape. (...) Within this backdrop, this is a call for proposals from registered Non-Profit Organisations such as registered Non-governmental Organisations, Civil Society Organizations, Non-Profit Academic Organizations and Universities to develop and implement Strategic Projects which create synergies within landscape projects and multi-stakeholders whilst creating social enterprises, skill development and knowledge management in the landscape.
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Score: 808749.3 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...30th%20October%20-%20FINAL.pdf
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Christine Peta said: “instead of putting the lives of children with disabilities on hold, whilst we engage traditional healers and religious prophets to try and “fix” the bodies of children with disabilities, it is best to embrace bodily differences and to support the children to develop to their maximum capacity by in part providing them with appropriate assistive technology which enables them to carry out their daily living activities.”    "Instead of putting the lives of children with disabilities on hold, whilst we engage traditional healers and religious prophets to try and “fix” the bodies of children with disabilities, it is best to embrace bodily differences and to support the children to develop to their maximum capacity." (...) Christine Peta said: “instead of putting the lives of children with disabilities on hold, whilst we engage traditional healers and religious prophets to try and “fix” the bodies of children with disabilities, it is best to embrace bodily differences and to support the children to develop to their maximum capacity by in part providing them with appropriate assistive technology which enables them to carry out their daily living activities.”   
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Score: 808749.3 - https://www.unicef.org/zimbabw...-national-disability-expo-2019
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