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Thank you, Mr Chairman. 4 Annex to the United Kingdom’s statement on the topic of the Expulsion of Aliens Whilst not exhaustive, the United Kingdom also wishes to reiterate its concerns in respect of the following specific issues: - The United Kingdom considers the text and scope of draft article 2(a) to refer to persons seeking entry from outside of the State and exclude persons who are refused entry at the border. (...) The United Kingdom will use deprivation of citizenship either to address a fraud in the application for citizenship, or to protect the public, albeit that the grounds for deprivation may also be grounds for expulsion in their own right. - The United Kingdom still has concerns regarding draft article 19. Whilst draft article 19(1)(a) is acceptable, draft article 19(1)(b) is unacceptable in its entirety. (...) The same position would also apply to immigration detainees transferred from Immigration Removal Centres to prisons for security/control reasons. Further, whilst draft article 19(3)(a) is acceptable to the United Kingdom, it considers that it is necessary to amend Article 19(3)(b),to bring the wording of this sub- paragraph into line with draft article 19(2)(a), as follows: “(3)(b) Subject to paragraph 2, detention shall end when the expulsion cannot be carried out within a reasonable period of time, which may be longer where the reasons for delay are attributable to the alien concerned.” - The United Kingdom has significant concerns regarding draft article 20 as currently drafted.
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Score: 779876.07 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...nts/expulsion_of_aliens/uk.pdf
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Most respondents ( 80% ) are concerned about climate changes whilst only 11% think that climate changes are not an issue of sufficient consequence. (...) More than half of them (63%) deem that their lifestyle is impacted upon “to a great extent” by the climate crisis, whilst only 7% of the respondents do not believe that climate changes may influence their lives.  When asked if they believe that climate changes will impact their lives in the future, 86% of the respondents said yes , whilst only 5% responded no . 9% of the questioned youngsters are not sure about this. “ Climate changes are no longer a scenario for the future because these changes are happening now in our country and around the world.
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Score: 779876.07 - https://www.unicef.org/romania...ange-children-and-young-people
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Thank you, Mr Chair. 4 Annex to the United Kingdom’s statement on the topic of the Expulsion of Aliens Whilst not exhaustive, the United Kingdom also wishes to reiterate its concerns in respect of the following specific issues: - The United Kingdom considers the text and scope of draft article 2(a) to refer to persons seeking entry from outside of the State and exclude persons who are refused entry at the border. (...) The United Kingdom will use deprivation of citizenship either to address a fraud in the application for citizenship, or to protect the public, albeit that the grounds for deprivation may also be grounds for expulsion in their own right. - The United Kingdom still has concerns regarding draft article 19. Whilst draft article 19(1)(a) is acceptable, draft article 19(1)(b) is unacceptable in its entirety. (...) The same position would also apply to immigration detainees transferred from Immigration Removal Centres to prisons for security/control reasons. Further, whilst draft article 19(3)(a) is acceptable to the United Kingdom, it considers that it is necessary to amend Article 19(3)(b),to bring the wording of this sub- paragraph into line with draft article 19(2)(a), as follows: “(3)(b) Subject to paragraph 2, detention shall end when the expulsion cannot be carried out within a reasonable period of time, which may be longer where the reasons for delay are attributable to the alien concerned.” - The United Kingdom has significant concerns regarding draft article 20 as currently drafted.
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Score: 779876.07 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...pulsion_of_aliens/16mtg_uk.pdf
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We, the participants of "Mountains 2018," recommend the establishment and implementation of specific management and sustainable development strategies for mountain environments, highlighting: -- Enhancing the awareness and mobilizing urban and rural populations about the importance of mountains; -- Defining, identifying, and mapping out mountains, including data collection and dissemination; -- Boosting research and the generation, adaptation and dissemination of technologies and innovations suitable to their specific conditions; -- Rescuing and appreciating of local knowledge, stimulating exchange of information and promotion of good practices with a view to publicizing and fostering strategic knowledge aimed at improving the quality of life of people living on mountains and of the environmental equilibrium; -- Improving conditions for communication, housing, urbanization, sanitation, accessibility, and sustainable transportation; -- Stimulating mechanisms for management of natural risks; -- Enhancing and spurring sustainable economic activities, as well as those geared to sports, recreation, culture, and management, including local production systems and the production of healthy foodstuffs aiming at food security; -- In order to reach the above goals, it becomes necessary to urgently define programs, institutions, resources, legislation, and other policy tools conducive to responsible actions in mountain environments whilst stimulating a transversal approach; -- Finally, encouraging the Brazilian government and that of other countries to join international initiatives towards the sustainable development of mountains, notably Mountain Partnership. In view of these concerns, the participants of "Mountains 2018" are committed to undertaking and paving the way for initiatives along the above mentioned lines, whilst calling on all sectors of society, including citizens, decision- makers, managers, legislators, public officials, andprivate agents to come together and exert such efforts with the swiftness and effectiveness required by current circumstances.
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Score: 778775.1 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/.../Nova%20Friburgo%20Charter.pdf
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The objective of this side event is to reflect on the challenges that humanitarian organizations face in delivering principled humanitarian assistance to people in need whilst complying with counter-terrorism measures, and to identify concrete measures that could facilitate this task. (...) What are the main risks and challenges that humanitarian organizations face in delivering principled humanitarian assistance to people in need whilst also complying with applicable counter-terrorism measures?
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Score: 778775.1 - https://www.unocha.org/sites/u...Fri_5_Counter-terrorism_CN.pdf
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The February Malawi IPC Chronic Food Insecurity (CFI) analysis found that an additional estimated 4.4 million people face Mild food insecurity, whilst approximately 6.9 million people face No/Minimal chronic food insecurity. (...) Overall for the country, most districts were classified as IPC CFI Level 3 (Moderate), whilst two districts, Nkhatabay and Likoma were classified as IPC CFI Level 2 (Mild).
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Score: 778775.1 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...ications-details/fr/c/1514078/
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PODCAST: The electronic sounds of pan-African collaboration | | UN News Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Português Kiswahili Other Hindi हिंदी Global UN News Global perspective Human stories Search the United Nations Search Advanced Search Home Africa Americas Asia Pacific Middle East Europe UN Art and Gifts History Corner Topics Peace and Security Economic Development Humanitarian Aid Climate and Environment Human Rights UN Affairs Women Law and Crime Prevention Health Culture and Education SDGs Migrants and Refugees In depth Interviews Features Photo Stories News in Brief The Lid is On UN Gender Focus UN and Africa UN Podcasts Secretary-General Spokesperson All Statements Selected Speeches Press Encounters Official Travels Media UN Video UN Photo Meeting Coverage Media Accreditation Webtv Home Africa Americas Asia Pacific Middle East Europe UN Art and Gifts History Corner Topics Peace and Security Economic Development Humanitarian Aid Climate and Environment Human Rights UN Affairs Women Law and Crime Prevention Health Culture and Education SDGs Migrants and Refugees In depth Interviews Features Photo Stories News in Brief The Lid is On UN Gender Focus UN and Africa UN Podcasts Secretary-General Spokesperson All Statements Selected Speeches Press Encounters Official Travels Media UN Video UN Photo Meeting Coverage Media Accreditation Webtv   Subscribe Audio Hub PODCAST: The electronic sounds of pan-African collaboration 19 August 2022 The Lid is On  Download Uganda’s status as a refuge has seen large numbers escaping conflict in neighbouring and nearby countries, in particular South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and living in relative safety. Whilst many are living in refugee camps administered by the UN in the north of the country, such as the Bidi Bidi settlement, others have made their way to the capital, Kampala, and some are making an impact on Uganda’s alternative music scene. Conor Lennon from UN News visited the headquarters of the Nyege Nyege record label in Kampala, which hosts a range of strikingly original artists from several countries, many of whom live on-site and collaborate with other musicians, whilst they develop their style, working towards critical and financial success.
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Score: 778775.1 - https://news.un.org/en/audio/2022/08/1125092
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Individuals are facing online threats and harms from increased fraud, phishing, and extortion whilst ransomware attacks have compromised mission critical systems, such as governments, companies, media facilities, and even the United Nations, including the World Health Organization (WHO). (...) In addition, organizations are facing serious challenges to keep externally - accessed system secure and safe, while making it accessible for their employees to continue to work remotely on their duties. Whilst the picture is challenging, there are lights in the darkness.
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Score: 778775.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/D...urity_Description_6May2020.pdf
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(which may well be the majority of phones on sale within a few years) · Bluetooth is currently used in many devices to link ALDs or car systems to the mobile phone and similar systems such as music players, again interference will be random and unexplained to users Technical Mitigation: Whilst it may be possible to incorporate some form of filtering into Bluetooth systems, for the majority of medical and ALD devices there is neither the physical space nor the battery power available. ______________________ HYPERLINK "http://stakeholders.ofcom.org.uk/consultations/pssr-2014/updated-analysis/" http://stakeholders.ofcom.org.uk/consultations/pssr-2014/updated-analysis/ Whilst I have not personally tested any medical devices I believe the situation will be the same Where mobile phone are using the 2.3-2.4GHz band it is proposed that the phone will synchronise the timing of the 2.3-2.4GHz transmission with the Bluetooth device thus preventing interference.
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Score: 778775.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/j...uments/docs-2015/Doc%20188.doc
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The Arab States Regional E-waste Monitor by ITU and UNITAR/UNU aims to provide an overview of the current e-waste situation in the region, whilst the West Asia 2050 E-waste Outlook by UNEP and UNITAR/UNU provides future projections of electrical and electronic equipment placed on the market and e-waste generation in the region. (...) The launch event will highlight some of the key e-waste statistics observed and projected, whilst providing a platform to expand the discussion based on these findings to stakeholders from across the region.
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Score: 778775.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...ents/2021/E-waste/E-waste.aspx
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