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Day 2, Main Stage - SDG Global Festival of Action 2021: A Turning Point For People and Planet (25-26 March) | UN Web TV Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Languages  English English UN Web TV Categories Media Media Stakeouts Press Conferences Meetings & Events Concerts Conferences Economic and Social Council General Assembly High Level Events Human Rights Council Human Rights Treaty Bodies International Court of Justice Security Council Side Events Trusteeship Council News & Features Audiovisual Library of International Law Features Hungry Planet Series (IFAD) Interviews Messages News Stories UN Dag Hammarskjöld Library UN Officials Deputy Secretary-General Secretary-General UN Web TV Live Schedule UN Audiovisual Library UN Photo About Us Categories UN Web TV Live Schedule More × More UN Audiovisual Library UN Photo About Us SDG Global Festival of Action Day 2, Main Stage - SDG Global Festival of Action… 26 March 2021 0:00 Chapter 1 1:00 Chapter 2 10:00 Chapter 3 20:00 Chapter 4 Loading... Day 2, Main Stage - SDG Global Festival of Action 2021: A Turning Point For People and Planet (25-26 March) Categories:  Meetings & Events / Conferences / SDG Global Festival of Action Production Date:  26 Mar 2021 Video Length 09:13:28 Asset Language:  English Summary:  The fifth SDG Global Festival of Action, powered by the UN SDG Action Campaign, finds new ways to inspire, mobilize and connect people and organizations to take action on the SDGs. Description:  The fifth SDG Global Festival of Action, powered by the UN SDG Action Campaign, finds new ways to inspire, mobilize and connect people and organizations to take action on the SDGs.
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Score: 659602.64 - https://media.un.org/en/asset/k13/k13c6n8581
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Day 1, Japan Stage - SDG Global Festival of Action 2021: A Turning Point For People and Planet (25-26 March) | UN Web TV Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Languages  English English UN Web TV Categories Media Media Stakeouts Press Conferences Meetings & Events Concerts Conferences Economic and Social Council General Assembly High Level Events Human Rights Council Human Rights Treaty Bodies International Court of Justice Security Council Side Events Trusteeship Council News & Features Audiovisual Library of International Law Features Hungry Planet Series (IFAD) Interviews Messages News Stories UN Dag Hammarskjöld Library UN Officials Deputy Secretary-General Secretary-General UN Web TV Live Schedule UN Audiovisual Library UN Photo About Us Categories UN Web TV Live Schedule More × More UN Audiovisual Library UN Photo About Us SDG Global Festival of Action Day 1, Japan Stage - SDG Global Festival of Action… 25 March 2021 0:00 Chapter 1 1:00 Chapter 2 10:00 Chapter 3 20:00 Chapter 4 Loading... Day 1, Japan Stage - SDG Global Festival of Action 2021: A Turning Point For People and Planet (25-26 March) Categories:  Meetings & Events / Conferences / SDG Global Festival of Action Production Date:  25 Mar 2021 Video Length 02:18:45 Asset Language:  English Summary:  The fifth SDG Global Festival of Action, powered by the UN SDG Action Campaign, finds new ways to inspire, mobilize and connect people and organizations to take action on the SDGs. Description:  The fifth SDG Global Festival of Action, powered by the UN SDG Action Campaign, finds new ways to inspire, mobilize and connect people and organizations to take action on the SDGs.
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Score: 659602.64 - https://media.un.org/en/asset/k1r/k1r4fh2g4o
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Peoples' partnerships for the planet: Glocal actions for the SDGs, Plenary Sessions, Global Festival of Action for Sustainable Development, 21-23 March 2018, Bonn, Germany | UN Web TV Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Languages  English English UN Web TV Categories Media Media Stakeouts Press Conferences Meetings & Events Concerts Conferences Economic and Social Council General Assembly High Level Events Human Rights Council Human Rights Treaty Bodies International Court of Justice Security Council Side Events Trusteeship Council News & Features Audiovisual Library of International Law Features Hungry Planet Series (IFAD) Interviews Messages News Stories UN Dag Hammarskjöld Library UN Officials Deputy Secretary-General Secretary-General UN Web TV Live Schedule UN Audiovisual Library UN Photo About Us Categories UN Web TV Live Schedule More × More UN Audiovisual Library UN Photo About Us Global Festival of Action for Sustainable Development Peoples' partnerships for the planet: Glocal… 23 March 2018 0:00 Chapter 1 1:00 Chapter 2 10:00 Chapter 3 20:00 Chapter 4 Loading... Peoples' partnerships for the planet: Glocal actions for the SDGs, Plenary Sessions, Global Festival of Action for Sustainable Development, 21-23 March 2018, Bonn, Germany Categories:  Meetings & Events / Conferences / Global Festival of Action for Sustainable Development Production Date:  23 Mar 2018 Video Length 01:24:33 Asset Language:  English Summary:  Description:  Interactive session on Civic Engagement and Communicating the SDGs at a national and local level. The session will provide in-depth analysis of entry-points for civil society engagement with the UN, inspiring stories of national mobilization and a rallying call to action for widening community participation on the 2030 Agenda.
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Score: 659268.4 - https://media.un.org/en/node/170209
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Peoples' partnerships for the planet: Glocal actions for the SDGs, Plenary Sessions, Global Festival of Action for Sustainable Development, 21-23 March 2018, Bonn, Germany | UN Web TV Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Languages  English English UN Web TV Categories Media Media Stakeouts Press Conferences Meetings & Events Concerts Conferences Economic and Social Council General Assembly High Level Events Human Rights Council Human Rights Treaty Bodies International Court of Justice Security Council Side Events Trusteeship Council News & Features Audiovisual Library of International Law Features Hungry Planet Series (IFAD) Interviews Messages News Stories UN Dag Hammarskjöld Library UN Officials Deputy Secretary-General Secretary-General UN Web TV Live Schedule UN Audiovisual Library UN Photo About Us Categories UN Web TV Live Schedule More × More UN Audiovisual Library UN Photo About Us Global Festival of Action for Sustainable Development Peoples' partnerships for the planet: Glocal… 23 March 2018 0:00 Chapter 1 1:00 Chapter 2 10:00 Chapter 3 20:00 Chapter 4 Loading... Peoples' partnerships for the planet: Glocal actions for the SDGs, Plenary Sessions, Global Festival of Action for Sustainable Development, 21-23 March 2018, Bonn, Germany Categories:  Meetings & Events / Conferences / Global Festival of Action for Sustainable Development Production Date:  23 Mar 2018 Video Length 01:24:33 Asset Language:  English Summary:  Description:  Interactive session on Civic Engagement and Communicating the SDGs at a national and local level. The session will provide in-depth analysis of entry-points for civil society engagement with the UN, inspiring stories of national mobilization and a rallying call to action for widening community participation on the 2030 Agenda.
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Score: 659268.4 - https://media.un.org/en/asset/k1e/k1e76m8953
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The SOPs should anticipate all the reasons an individual might approach the Reception desk, from initial reception, assessment of needs, submission and renewal of documents, scheduling of interviews and referral to protection or assistance interventions, and set out the required actions, referral pathways and prioritization procedures. The Registration and Identity Management Officer should ensure reception SOPs benefit from input from all relevant functional units so that reception staff are equipped to provide accurate and up-to-date information to individuals approaching reception and take the appropriate action. Reception SOPs should include process and data-entry requirements: Pre-registration data  to be collected ( see below ); Specific needs codes  to be identified and recorded, and related actions ( see below ); Scheduling procedures to be followed, based on scheduling principles ( see below ); Basic counselling  language and key messages on general issues related to opening hours, appointments, biodata / biometric data processing and sharing, RSD, assistance, documentation, rights and obligations in the country of asylum and other frequently asked questions as well as available services (this information should also be provided in written form); Procedures for receiving, recording and/or referring complaints ; Any other actions. (...) Follow-up processes for identified persons should be established by the respective SOPs and include a specific course of action depending on whether: the individual was already registered in the same country, in which case she or he would not be registered again and would need to be counselled accordingly, or the individual was registered in another country, in which case pre-registration would proceed and SOPs would detail the procedure for contacting the operation in the previous country of asylum, and later transferring the case ownership, modifying the BIMS site and any other necessary actions.
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Score: 659241.3 - https://www.unhcr.org/registra...n-guidance/chapter5/reception/
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In addition, much has been learnt about the mechanism of action and impact of all vaccines. In the context of these developments, and differences in country-specific burden of diseases, it is unlikely that a single, uniform immunisation schedule would now suit all countries. Optimizing immunization schedules Several epidemiological and modelling studies have explored the effect of specific vaccines on child health, but there has been little comprehensive evaluation of vaccination schedules at global or country level. The goal of the Optimizing Immunization Schedules project was thus initiated in 2010 to develop an appropriate process whereby decision-makers in low- and middle-income countries can determine optimal vaccination schedules.
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Score: 659078.12 - https://www.who.int/immunizati...ntation/optimize_schedules/en/
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Microsoft Word - PA-RAST19WP01.docx PA-RAST/19 — WP/01 25/02/15 Nineteenth Pan America — Regional Aviation Safety Team Meeting (PA-RAST/19) Miami, United States, 17 to 18 March 2015 Agenda Item 1: Approval of the Provisional Agenda PROVISIONAL AGENDA AND SCHEDULE OF THE NINETEENTH PAN AMERICA — REGIONAL AVIATION SAFETY TEAM MEETING (Presented by the Secretariat) EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Preliminary Agenda and Schedule for the Nineteenth Pan America — Regional Aviation Safety Team Meeting (PA-RAST/19) are presented at Appendices A and B, respectively. (...) The meeting will convene in plenary with the option for Co-Chairpersons to propose ad-hoc groups to deal with specific matters, if necessary. Action: Members are invited to approve the Provisional Agenda and Schedule for the PA-RAST/19 Meeting as presented in Appendices A and B, respectively. Strategic Objective:  Safety — — — — — — — — — — — RASG-PA PA-RAST/19 — WP/01 APPENDIX A NINETEENTH PAN AMERICA — REGIONAL AVIATION SAFETY TEAM MEETING (PA-RAST/19) PROVISIONAL AGENDA Agenda Item 1: Approval of the Provisional Agenda Agenda Item 2: PA-RAST Action Items Agenda Item 3: Ninth Information Analysis Team Meeting (IAT/09) Report Agenda Item 4: Detailed Implementation Plan (DIP) RE/09 – Specific Training for Pilots and Air Traffic Controllers to Avoid Unstabilized Approaches Agenda Item 5: Safety Enhancement Team (SET) 1 — Loss Of Control-Inflight (LOC-I) Detailed Implementation Plan (DIP) Agenda Item 6: Safety Enhancement Team (SET) 2 — Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT) Detailed Implementation Plan (DIP) Agenda Item 7: Safety Enhancement Team (SET) 3 — Runway Excursion (RE) Detailed Implementation Plan (DIP) Agenda Item 8: RASG-PA Strategic Plan: Proposal to the ESC on Specific Goals Related to CFIT, RE, LOC-I and MAC Reduction Over Time Agenda Item 9: PA-RAST/19 Meeting Action Items Agenda Item 10: PA-RAST/20 Meeting Agenda Item 11: Other Business — — — — — — — — — — RASG-PA PA-RAST/19 — WP/01 APPENDIX B NINETEENTH PAN AMERICA — REGIONAL AVIATION SAFETY TEAM MEETING (PA-RAST/19) PROVISIONAL SCHEDULE Schedule Tuesday 17 March 2015 Schedule Wednesday 18 March 2015 08:45 – 09:00 Registration 09:00 – 09:30 Agenda Item 1 09:00 – 10:15 Agenda Item 6 09:30 – 10:30 Agenda Item 2 10:15 – 10:30 Agenda Item 7 10:30 – 11:00 Break 10:30 – 11:00 Break 11:00 – 12:00 Agenda Item 3 11:00 – 12:00 Agenda Item 7 (cont.) 12:00 – 13:30 Lunch Break 12:00 – 13:30 Lunch Break 13:30 – 14:45 Agenda Item 4 13:30 – 14:30 Agenda Item 8 14:45 – 16:00 Agenda Item 5 14:30 – 15:30 Agenda Item 9 15:30 – 15:45 Agenda Item 10 15:45 – 16:00 Agenda Item 11 — END —
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Score: 658895.9 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...015/PARAST19/PA-RAST19WP01.pdf
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POST JUDGMENT PHASE After the issuance of the judgments, very limited actions remain available. UNAT Judgments are final and binding upon the parties. (...) Parties may also file applications for execution of a Judgment, if actions ordered therein have not occurred. If any of the above-mentioned applications are filed, the opposing party is given a chance to comment on its content. (...) DELIBERATIONS During the scheduled session, the UNAT panel seized of a case engages in closed door private deliberations to reach a decision on the case and draft the Judgment. 8.
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Score: 658814.8 - https://www.un.org/en/internal.../unat/filing-to-judgment.shtml
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It was suggested to clearly define the objective and expected outcome of the meeting taking into account lessons learned from the experience of past CPF donors’ meetings. Key actions to be taken: ▪ Members are invited to provide any input they may have to the draft statement of the CPF Chair on the CPF activities to be delivered under UNFF17 agenda item 3.a.ii. ▪ The Chair in consultation with the secretariat will provide the concept note for the Friends of the CPF meeting to be held on the sidelines of UNFF17 to advance its preparation. (...) Key actions to be taken: ▪ UNFCCC will consult with the UNFCCC COP27 President regarding the possibility to hold the heads of the CPF dialogue on turning the tide on deforestation; ▪ FAO will provide details of the Special Event on Heads of CPF Agencies Dialogue with representatives of Major Groups to be held during the XV WFC. (...) Next meeting and any other business The Chair proposed to hold the next CPF meeting in June/July 2022. Key actions to be taken: ▪ The Chair in consultation with the Vice-Chair and the Secretariat will propose the date and time of the next CPF meeting.
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Score: 658582.3 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...-Summary-report-April-2022.pdf
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Attached is an amended version of New Zealand's draft consolidated Schedule XIII. The amendments have been made in response to comments received from interested contracting parties since the circulation of ScheduLe XIII in GATT document TAR/5. (...) In light of the action that New Zealand has now taken, we would hope it would be possible to proceed with early certification of Schedule XIII - New Zealand. Two copies of the revised version of Schedule XIII - New Zealand are being sent to each contracting party.
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Score: 658369.04 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91210169.pdf
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