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But Italy and Europe have equally important mission in the international community for two reasons: because it is up to the richer countries to make a concrete contribution to the developing countries; and because wherever the rights of women are stronger and more widespread, there is a greater chance of influencing international policy. (...) Great progress has been made against female genital mutilation in recent international conferences, where a strong opposition to FGM has been voiced by the Governments where these practices are still widespread. I think that this international commitment should be increased and enhanced because the physical integrity of women is not only a specific women's right but rather an inalienable right of all human beings.
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Score: 984918 - https://www.un.org/webcast/csw...5/statements/050301italy-e.pdf
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The theme of this year’s International Youth day observance “mental health matters” is, therefore, timely. The scenario of widespread and persistent unemployment or under-employment may leave young people with a sense of growing despair and hopelessness and in a state of heightened vulnerability. The indications are that mental health difficulties have become widespread among youth in recent years. For instance, in many OECD countries up to one in four young people is affected. (...) In addition, many mental health difficulties can be prevented or reduced if young people are provided with appropriate tools and support to overcome the many challenges of their transition into the labour market. For this reason, the ILO supports the development and implementation of labour market measures that target these young people and are accompanied by support services such as psycho-social and career counselling, as well as coaching during the first period on the job.
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Score: 984918 - www.ilo.org/moscow/news...WCMS_327074/lang--en/index.htm
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The theme of this year’s International Youth day observance “mental health matters” is, therefore, timely. The scenario of widespread and persistent unemployment or under-employment may leave young people with a sense of growing despair and hopelessness and in a state of heightened vulnerability. The indications are that mental health difficulties have become widespread among youth in recent years. For instance, in many OECD countries up to one in four young people is affected. (...) In addition, many mental health difficulties can be prevented or reduced if young people are provided with appropriate tools and support to overcome the many challenges of their transition into the labour market. For this reason, the ILO supports the development and implementation of labour market measures that target these young people and are accompanied by support services such as psycho-social and career counselling, as well as coaching during the first period on the job.
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Score: 984918 - https://www.ilo.org/moscow/new...WCMS_327074/lang--en/index.htm
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In addition, the Chamber finds reasonable grounds to believe that the attack was widespread, given the number of victims and its geographical scope as well as systematic, given that the Security Forces acted in accordance to a pattern by regularly identifying, tracing, locating, arresting and mistreating perceived opponents of the Gaddafi regime. 6. (...) Further, the Chamber finds that there are reasonable grounds to believe that these acts were committed in the context of the above-mentioned widespread and systematic attack against the civilian population, within the meaning of article 7(1) of the Statute. 10. (...) The Chamber finds reasonable grounds to believe that Al-Tuhamy, in his capacity No.
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Score: 981387.9 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/.../CourtRecords/CR2013_03122.PDF
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Analysis of the data from the four samples indicates that there was a widespread belief that vaccines can protect from serious diseases. (...) Analysis of the data from the four samples indicates that there was a widespread belief that vaccines can protect from serious diseases. (...) The findings from all four samples indicate that there was a widespread belief that vaccines can protect from serious diseases.
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Score: 980026.8 - https://www.unicef.org/guyanas...esitancy%20Survey%20Report.pdf
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Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2010;88:472-473. doi: 10.2471/BLT.09.074765 Introduction Patient user charges are widespread in health systems worldwide and are an increasingly controversial aspect of health financing policy. (...) In addition to the adverse effects of unofficial payments on both treatment-seeking behaviour and financial protection for patients, tackling unofficial payments is high on the government’s agenda for several reasons. First, they are considered symptomatic of broader corruption in society, an issue receiving widespread media coverage. (...) Relatively low service usage exacerbates the problem; inpatient admissions were 8.85 per 100 population in 2007 (half the European average), with only 30% of people with injuries or illness actually seeking care. The reason for low utilization is partly because patients are uncertain about what they will be asked to pay, as well as having problems “finding the money for treatment”, according to 65% of women who reported problems accessing care in a national survey. 1 Widespread unofficial payments are the result of much deeper problems in the health system.
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Score: 979658.7 - https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/88/6/09-074765/en/
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Dragan Obrenovic understands that if a trial were held, the Prosecutor would be required to prove the following elements of Article 5 beyond a reasonable doubt: Persecutions a. an armed conflict existed during the time frame of the Indictment It is understood and agreed by Dragan Obrenovic and the OTP that the armed conflict alleged in paragraph 15 of the Indictment is the armed conflict that began on 6 April 1992 and ended with the Dayton Peace Agreement, signed on 14 December 1995. b. there was a widespread or systematic attack directed against a civilian population and, in a manner related to that attack, Dragan Obrenovic committed acts against the civilian population that violated fundamental human rights It is understood and agreed that the widespread or systematic attack on the civilian population of Srebrenica as alleged in paragraph 17 of the indictment and described in paragraphs 18 through 26 of the Indictment includes: (1) the murder of over 7000 Bosnian Muslim men ages 16-60, including some women, children and elderly men, from the period beginning 14 July through 1 November 1995; (2) the cruel and inhuman treatment of Bosnian Muslim civilians, including beatings of civilians in schools and other detention centres in the Zvornik area on 13 through to 16 July 1995; (3) the terrorisation of Bosnian Muslim civilians from Srebrenica and Potocari from 13 to 16 July 1995; and (4) the destruction of personal property and effects of Bosnian Muslim civilians from Srebrenica who were detained and murdered in the Zvornik area. c. (...) It is understood and agreed that one of the reasons Mr. Obrenovic committed the conduct described in the Indictment and herein was because the victims were Bosnian Muslims. d. (...) Obrenovic was aware of the widespread or systematic abuses described in the Indictment and in this agreement and of their effect on the entire population of Bosnian Muslims from the Srebrenica enclave.
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Score: 979658.7 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/o...ustom4/en/annexplea_030520.pdf
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Telephone service available in all population centres; widespread adoption of telephony in business. Profitable licences subject to unprofitable obligations. Stage 3: Mass market take-up Economic (stimulate economy). Widespread residential takeup of telephony; meet all reasonable demands for telecoms. (...) Public payphones have been the traditional method of encouraging widespread access to telecommunications facilities.
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Score: 979251.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/...ublications/wtdr_98/wtdr98.pdf
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Telephone service available in all population centres; widespread adoption of telephony in business. Profitable licences subject to unprofitable obligations. Stage 3: Mass market take-up Economic (stimulate economy). Widespread residential takeup of telephony; meet all reasonable demands for telecoms. (...) Public payphones have been the traditional method of encouraging widespread access to telecommunications facilities.
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Score: 979251.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/...ublications/WTDR_98/wtdr98.pdf
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Telephone service available in all population centres; widespread adoption of telephony in business. Profitable licences subject to unprofitable obligations. Stage 3: Mass market take-up Economic (stimulate economy). Widespread residential takeup of telephony; meet all reasonable demands for telecoms. (...) Public payphones have been the traditional method of encouraging widespread access to telecommunications facilities.
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Score: 979251.4 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu-d/wtdc/wtdc98/doc/143.pdf
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