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Canadian National Report: Implementation of the Action Plan of the Quebec City Summit of the Americas and the Declaration of Nuevo León for the Period October 2004 to January 2005Canadian National Report: Implementation of the Action Plan of the Quebec City Summit of the Americas and the Declaration of Nuevo León for the Period October 2004 to January 2005
This report highlights activities from October 1st 2004 to January 31st 2005 and updates the October 2004 Canadian National Report
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Canada’s National Report: Implementation of the Fourth Summit of the AmericasCanada’s National Report: Implementation of the Fourth Summit of the Americas
This report highlights a sampling of activities undertaken from January to December 2007. Previous reports are available at the website of the Summit Secretariat of the Organization of American States
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General Assembly Illicit Drug TradingGeneral Assembly Illicit Drug Trading
Canada hopes this strategy will reduce the supply of and demand for illicit drugs within their borders. Canada also urges other countries to use the National Anti-Drug Strategy as a guide to combat the international drug problem
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The Forgotten Wages of WarThe Forgotten Wages of War
What happened to Iraqis was largely ignored. And in Libya, the recent investigation of civilian casualties during nato’s bombing campaign was the first such accounting of what many believed was a largely victimless war
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New Agriculturist Focus on /3 Focus on Alternative livelihoodsNew Agriculturist Focus on /3 Focus on Alternative livelihoods
Economic alternatives to opium in Afghanistan, coca in Peru, tobacco in Bangladesh, cotton in Mali and logging in Indonesia and the Amazon
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The Law and Economics of International Sex SlaveryThe Law and Economics of International Sex Slavery
Although the data do not allow us to infer robust causal inference, the results suggest that criminalizing procuring, or going further and criminalizing buying and/or selling sex, may reduce the amount of trafficking to a country
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The republican path to freedom: How a universal basic income can mitigate global human traffickingThe republican path to freedom: How a universal basic income can mitigate global human trafficking
Conference paper to be presented at the Fourteenth Annual North American Basic Income Guarantee (nabig) Congress
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General Assembly Distr.: GeneralGeneral Assembly Distr.: General
Requests for information were sent to States and other stakeholders. Submissions were received from 24 States, 4 United Nations agencies and other international organizations
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General Assembly Distr.: GeneralGeneral Assembly Distr.: General
Cooperation with the United Nations, its representatives and mechanisms in the field of human rights
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