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Mortality Attibutable to Tobacco
Autor: World Health Organization
In 2009, WHO published "Global Heakth Risks: Mortality and burden of disaseatttributable to selected major risks". This report builds on the global estimates provided in that report and provides information by country on the proportion of adult (age 30 years and above) deaths atributable to tobacco by major communicable and non-communicable causes by age and sex. although the report providesdata to 80 years and over, the age groups 30-44, 45-59, 60-69, together withthe summary totalwill be of particular interest to most low and middle income countries whilist many high income countries, especially those whit a relatively aging population may also want examine changes in the higher age groups (70 and above).

The report contains country especific estimates including death rates atributtable to tobacco (per 100,000) and proportion of deaths attributable to tabacco (%). The estimates are organized by global, WHO regions ando countries (in Alphabetical order). Some countries are not included - the most commonreason being that the data for some of these were still under review at the time of printing.
Informe Global Sobre Fraude
Autor: Kroll Advisory Solutions
La Encuesta Anual Global Sobre Fraude, a cargo de Kroll Advisory Solutiones y realizada por Economist Intelligence Unit, encuesto a 839 altos ejecutivos en todo el mundo en una amplia gama de industrias y funciones en julio y agosto de 2012. Donde se cita el análisis de Economist Intelligence Unit en este informe, se titula como tal. Krolltambien realizó su propio análisis de resultados. Como en años anteriores, la encuesta representa una amplia gama de industrias, incluyendo la participación notable de servicios financieros y servicios profesionales; así como la venta al por mayor y al por menor; tecnología , medios y telecomunicaciones; salud y farmacéutica; viaje, ocio y transporte; Bienes de consumo; Construcción, ingeniería e infraestructura; Recursos naturales; y manufacturero. Los encuestados fueron altos ejecutivos, 53 % de estos desempeñando cargos de primera linea. Más de la mitad (52 %) de los participantes representan compañias con ingresos anuales superiores a US$500. Este año la encuesta incluyó una representación de 28 % de Europa, 26 % de norteamérica, 24 % de la región Asia-Pacífico, 13 % de América Latina y 10 % del Medio oriente/Africa.

Global Christianity
Autor: Pew Research Center
The Catholic Church has 1.1 billion adherents worldwide, representing half of the global Christian population.

Brazil has the world?s largest number of Catholics (134 million). There are more Catholics in Brazil alone than in Italy, France and Spain combined. The 10 countries with the largest number of Catholics contain more than half (56%) of the world?s Catholics.
San Pedro Sula (Honduras) la ciudad más violenta del mundo; Juárez, la segunda
Autor: Seguridad Justicia y Paz
El estudio incluye un ranking de las 50 jurisdicciones subnacionales (de de 500 mil habitantes en adelante) más violentas del mundo. Las jurisdicciones subnacionales son las unidades geográfico-administrativas en que una primera instancia se divide un país, ya se llamen departamentos, estados, entidades federativas, unidades federadas, länders o provincias.
Mujeres en la política: 2010
Autor: ONU
Mujeres en la política: 2010
Situación al 1o de enero de 2010

2009 World Survey On The Role og Women in Development
Autor: ONU
The 2009 World Survey on the Role of Women in Development addresses the important theme of ?Women?s control over economic resources and access to financial resources, including microfinance?. The World Survey illustrates the importance of examining women?s access to economic and financial resources in a broad sense, including resources generated at national level through budgets, trade, and development assistance; financial services such as savings, credit, remittance transfers and insurance; employment; land, property and other productive
resources; and social protection.
There are significant development gains to be made in ensuring women?s equitable access to and control over economic and financial resources, including in relation to economic growth, poverty eradication and the well-being of families and communities. The impact of inequality in access to resources represents a global challenge with implications at individual, family, community and national level.
The World Survey makes a timely contribution in the context of the current financial and economic crisis. It points out the need for an appropriate gender-sensitive response to the crisis which minimizes the negative impacts and takes advantage of the opportunity to develop positive trends.
The United Nations must demonstrate leadership in identifying and systematically and effectively addressing discrimination against women in relation to resources. Appropriate responses will facilitate both achievement of gender equality and empowerment of women and economic growth and long term prosperity.
It is my hope that the World Survey will contribute to an improved understanding of gender equality implications of economic development and will guide the design of gendersensitive policy measures that will increase women?s access to and control over economic and financial resources. I commend it to a broad global audience.
In addition to its input to discussions on women and development in the General Assembly in October 2009, the World Survey also constitutes a contribution to the 15-year review of implementation of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action in the Commission on the Status of Women in March 2010 and to the ECOSOC Annual Ministerial
Review, focused on gender equality and empowerment of women, in July 2010.
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