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Author: UNESCO

, nutrition and food technology, home economics and environmental improvement). Th ose programmes should: (a) orientate the special occupational fi eld to raising standards of living, in terms of nutrition, clothing, housing, medical services, the quality of family life and that of the environment; (b) be

In: Standard-Setting at UNESCO

are dealt with in this volume: human rights and economic and social development. First, economic and social development strives best in a climate of freedom and respect for human rights. Where people are free they are more motivated to produce. Secondly, economic and social develop- ment has been

In: Swords Into Plowshares: Building Peace Through the United Nations

assure, through an impartial agency, that the decisions of the Bank man- agement conform to the rule of law and, as a consequence, to achieve an improved level in the morale of stafff members and in the efffijicacy of their service”. Judge Gorman said that these considerations motivated the members of

In: The Development and Effectiveness of International Administrative Law

consultative status of a NGO can be withdrawn or suspended for up to three years on the recommen- dation of the Committee on NGOs if, - an organization clearly abuses its status by acting contrary to the pur- poses and principles of the UN Char- ter, including unsubstantiated or polit- ically motivated acts

In: A Concise Encyclopedia of the United Nations
Author: Klaus Hüfner

relationship with the United Nations in accordance with the provisions of Art. 57 and Art. 63 of the Charter, in order to promote the goals of the United Na- tions as postulated in Article 55 of the Charter: "(a) higher standards of living, full employment, and conditions of eco- nomic and social progress and

In: A Concise Encyclopedia of the United Nations
Author: UNESCO

be diff erent, to consider themselves as diff erent and to be regarded as such. However, the diversity of life styles and the right to be diff erent may not, in any circumstances, serve as a pretext for racial prejudice; they may not justify either in law or in fact any discriminatory practice

In: Standard-Setting at UNESCO
Author: Bengt Domeij

claimed compositions are to be considered as a step further in the direction of the certainly desired situation of compositions being completely free of any infectious viruses which may put life at risk. There is, thus, no requirement as to the men- tioned article of the EPC that the composition has to

In: Pharmaceutical Patents in Europe

property of a particular ethnic group for destruction constitutes the crime of persecution under Article 5 of the Statute. Th is is a particularly important development because it recognizes that cultural and religious property is not to be considered a mere object, but rather part of the living culture

In: Standard-Setting at UNESCO
Author: Klaus Hüfner

provisions of Article 57 and 63 of the Charter, in order to promote the goals of the United Nations as postulated in Ar- ticle 55 of the Charter: “(a) higher standards of living, full employment, and conditions of econom- ic and social progress and development; (b) solutions of international eco- nomic

In: A Concise Encyclopedia of the United Nations
Author: Theo Van Boven

living, including food, clothing and housing; the right to health care; the right to education; and the right to take part in cultural life. All these rights are contained in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and are further defined in the sub- sequent component parts of the Inter- national Bill

In: A Concise Encyclopedia of the United Nations