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SUMMARY OF COMMENTS - GENDER EQUALITY
Hungary felt the report to be too detailed, whilst the United States described it as comprehensive. 26. (...) Latvia suggested including the gender parity index of the gross enrolment ratio for each level of education, whilst the UIS suggested adding subject-specific indicators from PISA surveys. 41. (...) The Czech Republic suggested an indicator on women in the army, by their rank, whilst Portugal suggested an indicator on women in religion within this domain. 68.
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The JPO represents the UNDS at the SIDS level and is branded ‘UN’ accordingly. Whilst sponsored by only four UN agencies, all UN agencies working out of the Fiji and Samoa regional hubs5 have the opportunity to benefit from and draw on the services of the JPO network. However, whilst the principles guiding the JPO network are agreed, UN system approaches are sometimes not prioritized over the priorities of the host or sponsoring agency managing that JPO. (...) Different models are being discussed, including strengthened coordination capacity; more agencies contributing to the budget; and review of a viable cost recovery mechanism. 3. Whilst the UN has a commitment to maintaining its UN office country presence and approach, there could be reluctance on the part of some host governments to fully embrace a JPO model if they felt the approach would not allow for a full UN country presence, full capacity and engagement reflecting the unique needs of their SIDS.
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Score: 734369.97 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...nce-office-model-march2016.pdf
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“How will this plan sit with personnel and managers?” Whilst organizational culture should not drive the return to the workplace plan, it should be considered once the overall plan and its components are finalized to guide the speed of return, the amount of flexibility offered, and the overall personnel communication plan. 4. (...) Knowing the vaccination status of all personnel is therefore key to developing a plan that affords maximum flexibility and operational capability whilst also being safe. Vaccination status does not affect access to the workplace – however it does affect what restrictions apply to each group. In general, those who are unvaccinated will need to continue to mask and distance, whilst those who are vaccinated may not need to in certain situations.
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Score: 732543.36 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...or_return_to_the_workplace.pdf
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APPLICATION OF SECURITY PROVISIONS TO EXPLOSIVES, N.O.S
In considering the High Consequence Dangerous Goods List, it is noted that insensitive explosive articles are also excluded from consideration. Whilst the classification recognizes the risk of initiation is lower, the outcome of initiation is the same as for the respective conventional explosive and the potential consequences are no different. (...) Given the potential for misuse of insensitive articles in Hazard Division 1.6, it is difficult to understand why they have not been included in the list. Whilst special conditions may be required to enable initiation, the end result is generally comparable with standard explosives and hence should attract the same level of precautions against loss or theft. (...) Option II provides a mechanism by which relevant substances and articles can be targeted for special precautions but places additional responsibilities on the Competent Authority. Whilst the intention is to ensure consignors/enforcers are alerted to the presence of High Consequence goods, the additional amendments could be argued to be overly complicating the application of Chapter 1.4. 10.
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AMENDMENT TO ANNEX 1, APPENDIX 2 PARAGRAPH 3.2.6 AND THE ATP HANDBOOK
Air change requirements of 40 – 60 and 50 – 90 were proposed for frozen and chilled/heating operation respectively. Whilst the members of WP.11 broadly agreed that sufficient airflow is required for cooling there was less agreement on how much airflow was needed for this. 3. (...) Typically, at frozen temperatures road transport systems operate in “stop-start” mode whilst at chilled they operate continuously. Frozen cargo is less temperature sensitive than chilled cargo. (...) Without a narrow band of temperature control, it is possible to freeze cargo near the supply air whilst simultaneously allowing cargo at the lower door end to heat up enough to allow spoilage.
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Score: 729955.13 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...RANS/WP.11/2020/5/REV.1&Lang=E
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HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATIONS THAT REQUIRE THE COUNCIL'S ATTENTION : JOINT WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY THE NONVIOLENT RADICAL PARTY, TRANSNATIONAL AND TRANSPARTY, THE SOCIETY FOR THREATENED PEOPLES, MOUVEMENT CONTRE LE RACISME ET POUR L'AMITIE ENTRE LES PEUPLES
In another tweet by Mrs Nu'er, at least eight of Professor Tohti's students were also summoned for questioning4, with the whereabouts of 4 unknown, whilst their computers and dormitories had also been searched. (...) The information was revealed by Mrs Nu'er via the uighurbiz.net website, which has consistently been offline since, having reportedly had its administrative account deleted and its memory cleared, whilst searches of his name on social media are blocked6. (...) During 2013, at least 640 people are known to have been arrested in this regard19, whilst new technology has enabled this crackdown to target minority languages20.
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Women’s participation in decision-making continues to be an area of concern here in Africa. Whilst a number of declarations and commitments have been made in this region, the figures do not show any meaningful increase. (...) Successes have been recorded by South Africa, Mozambique and Mauritius – who have more than 30% women in the Cabinet. Whilst numbers still remain a challenge, we also need to look at the quality of participation.
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Score: 729668.9 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...m/eql-men/docs/ST_Ruzvidzo.pdf
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DISCUSSION 2.1 In line with Decision 2/5 – RASG-AFI Activities and Future Work programme requiring RASC to exercise flexibility, at its discretion, on the contents and frequency of its activities whilst taking into account the logical chronology and sequence for effective implementation, the proposed 2016 Activities were developed with a goal to achieve these objectives. 2.2 The frequency of the RASC teleconferences although scheduled as quarterly, may be held at the discretion of the RASC and the proposed programme also provides for flexibility in the frequency and manner in which the activities of the Group and its subsidiary bodies are conducted. 2.3 The proposed 2016 Activities cover those of the RASC, the Safety Support Teams and RASG-AFI regional meetings. (...) CONCLUSION 3.1 In order to optimize resources and to ensure that the activities of the Group are effectively implemented, the RASC will continue to exercise flexibility on the contents and frequency of all planned activities whilst taking into account the immediate overall impact towards achieving the objectives of the Group. 4.
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Score: 729668.9 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...RASG%20AFI/RASG-AFI-3/WP08.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Report Measuring child poverty in Burundi A detailed analysis of the deprivations of children UNICEF Burundi/2019/Prinsloo Highlights How do we measure child poverty? Whilst monetary poverty is crucial, it overlooks non-monetary dimensions, such as nutrition, health/education, water, sanitation, protection, housing, and so on. (...) All these dimensions are essential for the survival and good development of the child One of the key findings using the MODA methodology is that the majority of children in Burundi suffer from several deprivations at the same time.  Whilst using the monetary poverty approach (using the national poverty line of 636,510 BIF per year and per adult) we obtain a child poverty rate of 69%, the multidimensional approach reveals a child poverty rate of 78.2%  Hence, this analysis presents a holistic picture of child poverty in Burundi, and will enable to guide policies and programmes to ensure children have a better childhood and a brighter future.
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Score: 729668.9 - https://www.unicef.org/burundi...easuring-child-poverty-burundi
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Its annual production of electricity from biogas reached 9,628 MWh in 2015, whilst its own consumption amounted to only 6,311 MWh during the same year. (...) It also produces some 2.5 GW of heat for the Aarhus district heating system annually, generates CO2 emissions savings of more than 150 tons per year, whilst recurrent operating costs are an estimated 40 percent lower than in other WWTP facilities.
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Score: 729668.9 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...wastewater_treatment_plant.pdf
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