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“Forward-facing seat” means a seat which can be used whilst the vehicle is in motion and which faces towards the front of the vehicle in such a manner that the vertical plane of symmetry of the seat forms an angle of less than + 10° or - 10° with the vertical plane of symmetry of the vehicle. 2.18.3. “Rearward-facing seat” means a seat which can be used whilst the vehicle is in motion and which faces towards the rear of the vehicle in such a manner that the vertical plane of symmetry of the seat forms an angle of less than + 10° or – 10° with the vertical plane of symmetry of the vehicle. 2.18.4. “Side-facing seat” means a seat which can be used whilst the vehicle is in motion and which faces towards the side of the vehicle in such a manner that the vertical plane of symmetry of the seat forms an angle of 90° (+ 10°) with the vertical plane of symmetry of the vehicle.” 2 ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRSP/2010/34 Annex 16, the table, insert a new column “side-facing”, to read: “Annex 16 Minimum requirements for Safety-belts and Retractors Forward facing seating positions Rear facing Seating positions Side-facing Outboard seating positions Centre seating position Vehicle Category Front Other than front Front Other than front M1 … … … … … M2 3.5 t … … … … … M2 3.5 t … … … … … M3 … … … … … Br3,Br4m and Br4Nm … … … … … N1 … … … … … N2 … … … … … N3 … … … … … …” 3 ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRSP/2010/34 II.
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DECISION-MAKING IN A FUTURE BTWC INTERSESSIONAL WORK PROGRAMME / SUBMITTED BY THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NOTHERN IRELAND
The United Kingdom believes that we should agree a list of issues where decisions could be taken on discrete topics at Expert Level Meetings (MXPs) and Meetings of States Parties (MSPs), whilst others would be the preserve of the Eighth Review Conference. (...) ‘Modest’ would mean things like actions that States Parties might take to provide support for Article VII; whilst ‘major’ would be an expansion of the ISU’s mandate. ‘Modest’ would be setting out a format for annual declarations on biodefence comparable to the CWC Article X declarations, whilst ‘major’ would be a requirement for donations of protective equipment to the ISU.
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Score: 724918.95 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=BWC/CONF.VII/WP.10&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 24 JUNE 1982 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF SOUTH AFRICA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
"His clinical state suggested a severe degree of physical assault whilst in custody prior to hospitalisation. “Whilst in hospital he was not permitted to lie free in bed, being handcuffed to the bedframe, this St one stage being by both hands above his head even whilst under constant heavily armed guards at all times.
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Score: 723590.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...nsf/get?open&DS=S/15257&Lang=E
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QUALITY OF EDUCATION Whilst the majority of children accessed some form of education (formal or non-formal), their perception of the education received differed by type of education provided. (...) INSUFFICIENT PROVISION OF HEALTHCARE ON SITE Whilst half of the locations assessed had a nurse present on site, children reported that in three of them the health services provided by nurses were not sufficient. (...) CONCLUSION This situation overview found that whilst most basic services are in place, these services are perceived by many children as failing to address their individualised needs, in relation to protection, education, healthcare, or food.
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Score: 722846.9 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/sit...services_off_site_final_v6.pdf
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FOLLOW UP TO THE CES 2013 SEMINAR
The Conference concluded that providing access to micro-data is a key challenge for all statistical organizations. Whilst some national considerations remain, particularly concerning the legal framework, there has been considerable progress over the last ten years in finding new ways to provide micro-data access to different user groups. 3. (...) Develop a common risk assessment framework for micro-data access 12. Whilst this activity might be of interest to the international statistical community, due to other competing priorities, the Bureau decided to put this on hold, and review the need for this work in two years’ time. (...) This proposal could involve a significant amount of work, and require the creation of an expert group. Whilst this work would clearly be useful, the Bureau decided to review this activity in two years’ time.
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STATEMENT SUBMITTED BY MOTHER'S UNION, A NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION IN CONSULTATIVE STATUS WITH THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL
In the UK, women who look after their children in rural areas, whilst their partners participate in paid employment away from the home, are increasingly isolated, a situation which is exacerbated by the lack of transport , affordable childcare and infrastructure in rural areas. (...) The expectation placed on women and girls to care for family members and children, means it is often women who remain in rural communities where opportunities are limited, whilst men are more likely to migrate to urban areas, in order to seek advancement. (...) Women’s participation in the formal and informal architecture around peacebuilding, whilst invaluable, is seriously lacking, with less than 4% of signatories to peace agreements, between 1992 and 2011, women.
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Score: 722426.86 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...n&DS=E/CN.6/2018/NGO/10&Lang=E
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Visitors were able to sit at the judges’ bench or take the places of the Prosecution or the Defence counsel whilst listening to presentations by ICTY staff on how the Tribunal’s courtrooms operate. An exhibition and a film introduced visitors to the ICTY, whilst question and answer sessions with Judge Alphons Orie and Registrar John Hocking gave visitors insights into the Tribunal’s core activities.
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Score: 721998.8 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/6662
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Visitors were able to sit at the judges’ bench or take the places of the Prosecution or the Defence counsel whilst listening to presentations by ICTY staff on how the Tribunal’s courtrooms operate. An exhibition and a film introduced visitors to the ICTY, whilst question and answer sessions with Judge Alphons Orie and Registrar John Hocking gave visitors insights into the Tribunal’s core activities.
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Score: 721998.8 - https://www.icty.org/en/press/...ibunal-hague-international-day
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Presentation Risk Management in the Inspection Business Risk Management in the Inspection Business UNECE - International Conference On Risk Assessment And Management – 24/25 Nov’09 UNECE - International Conference On Risk Assessment And Management – 24/25 Nov’09 Nov-09 / p.2 Conformity Assessment Bodies (Inspection, Testing Certification) Activities are Aimed at Managing Risk whilst Facilitating Trade Before Shipment: • Documentary checks with analysis of declared goods’ value & HS classification • Visual inspections: quantity & quality • Sampling and testing in laboratories • Risk identification (to define destination inspection scope) • Loading supervision and sealing At Destination: • Documentary checks and review of declared goods value & HS classification • Visual inspections: quantity & quality • Sampling & testing in laboratories • Non intrusive inspections using scanners NB: Conformity Assessment Bodies activities are ruled by the ISO 17000 family of standards. (...) UNECE - International Conference On Risk Assessment And Management – 24/25 Nov’09 Slide Number 1 Conformity Assessment Bodies (Inspection, Testing Certification) Activities are Aimed at Managing Risk whilst Facilitating Trade Additional Services to Manage Risks for the Supply Chain and for the Consumers Other Risk Mitigation Measures Assessed by Conformity Assessment Bodies
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Score: 721998.8 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...Bio/PPTs/christophe_renard.pdf
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This lack of cooperation extends to addressing international obligations on chemicals and the potential development of new laws to address specific issues. Furthermore, whilst the Law also stipulated that cooperation between institutions be dealt with through a Cross-Cutting Committee for Chemical Safety, no guidelines have been drawn up on the rules and procedures on the Committee’s functioning. (...) This will not only give Albania the tools to implement its Law on Chemicals Management, but also aids in the fulfilment of several SDGs. Whilst there is a specific target under SDG 12 on Sustainable Consumption and Production on the sound management of chemicals, chemicals affect almost all aspects of development and, as such, chemicals management is imperative for achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.      
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Score: 721998.8 - https://unece.org/environment-...1819ae-albania-chemical-safety
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