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The specific categories shown in the boxes in figure 1 are grouped so that: • One would expect many respondents who are in the United States of America legally, as well as those who are undocumented, to choose Box B, and • There is virtually no possibility of anyone deducing which specific category within Box B applies to any individual respondent. a An essential feature of the “Two-Card Follow-Up” method is that follow-up questions must be asked of respondents who choose Box A or Box C, to ensure they have chosen the correct Box. 110 3. (...) Thus, direct information is obtained on all legal immigration statuses. Importantly, these follow-up questions provide a check on the validity of the respondent’s choice of Box A and Box C. (...) In order to estimate irregular migrants with pending applications would require a separate question concerning pending applications for any form of legal status (including, for example, applications for citizenship as well as for a legal permanent resident or landed immigrant status, and other legal statuses (GAO, 2006, p. 67)).
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Score: 767377.15 - https://www.un.org/development...s/unpd-cm6-2007-11-p01_gao.pdf
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Please specify: 5. Is there a legal or equivalent statement endorsed at the highest political level spelling out the government’s commitment to the integrated and coherent implementation of the SDGs? If not, please go to question 11 |_|Yes |_| No |_| Don’t Know 6. If you answered yes to the previous question, has it been endorsed for the whole of government? (...) Please answer below: 9. Has the legal or equivalent statement endorsed at the highest political level (which spells out the government’s commitment to the integrated and coherent implementation of the SDGs) been published?
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Score: 747669.9 - https://unpan.un.org/sites/unp...20Block%201_Questionnaire.docx
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Secondly, the concept paper rightly notes the importance of marine scientific research [, for the promotion and conduct of which ‘a comprehensive legal framework is set out in Part XIII of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea … , creating legal certainty and facilitating its undertaking’ ([19])]. (...) There is also the question of the obligations of States under the Convention in relation to climate change mitigation. …5 For these issues, UN system entities can be variously helpful, and in particular may provide the platform for States and other relevant actors to articulate their views and to contribute in a legally relevant manner to elaboration and harmonization of their obligations. (...) And States are seriously and publicly considering the possibility of requesting advisory opinions related to law of the sea and climate change from the ICJ (led by Vanuatu)11 and ITLOS (led by Antigua and Barbuda, Tuvalu, and Palau in the Commission of Small Island States on Climate Change and International Law).12 Much will depend, of course, on the procedure and politics of framing and arguing the requests, but some will think at the very least the judicial bodies are not unfavourably disposed towards addressing these matters; to quote again from President Hoffmann: 28. … I wish to assure you that the Tribunal also stands ready to assist States in whatever way possible in order to meet new challenges facing the law of the sea, whether by answering new legal questions or through the settlement of disputes arising under new instruments such as an eventual agreement on BBNJ.
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Score: 735077.93 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...nt%20Martins%20Paparinskis.pdf
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Please specify: 5. Is there a legal or equivalent statement endorsed at the highest political level spelling out the government’s commitment to the integrated and coherent implementation of the SDGs? If not, please go to question 11 Yes No Don't know 6. If you answered yes to the previous question, has it been endorsed for the whole of government? (...) Please answer below: 9. Has the legal or equivalent statement endorsed at the highest political level (which spells out the government’s commitment to the integrated and coherent implementation of the SDGs) been published?
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Score: 733852.25 - https://unpan.un.org/capacity-...readiness-assessment-section-1
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For the domain on international partnerships, gathering data on the ratification of international law and international legal instruments related to migration and the inclusion of such international agreements into national laws was recommended as an important question. (...) In addition, several participants called for the inclusion of questions on the percentage of migrants in an irregular legal status in the country, the number of migrants whose status had been regularized, and the number of migrants in temporary work programmes. (...) Consider including access to health, education, decent work, and justice among the measures of migrant integration 3. Include a question on the percentage of migrants with an irregular legal status in the country, the number of migrants whose legal status had been regularized and the number of migrants in temporary job programmes. 4.
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Score: 719549.9 - https://www.un.org/development...workshop_2017-chile_report.pdf
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Score: 717659.77 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...tice/osla/who-osla-helps.shtml
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To contribute, you are invited to respond to the discussion questions below, or pose your own questions to the moderators and other participants. (...) Question 2 . What are the priorities in regard to the further implementation of these five objectives of the the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration? Panelists: Professor Ellen Percy Kraly, Colgate University (Objective 1) Mimouna Esseyed, Moroccan National Human Rights Council (Objective 3) Diego Morales, Director, Litigation & Legal Defense, Legal and Social Studies (CELS) (Objective 7) Richard Wilson, Director, Stop Funding Hate (Objective 17) Martin Seychell, Deputy Director General, International Partnerships, European Commission (Objective 23) Questions and comments from the floor (50 minutes) Responses from the panelists (10 minutes - 2 minutes each) Wrap-up and closing remarks (5 minutes) Azrah Karim Rajput, Senior Policy Officer, Secretariat, United Nations Network on Migration   Related links:  United Nations Network on Migration تبرعوا التذييل شروط الإستخدام بيان الخصوصيات تحذير من عمليات إحتيال أسئلة شائعة حقوق النشر والطبع اتصل بنا دليل الموقع
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Score: 711728.17 - https://www.un.org/development/desa/pd/ar/node/4230
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To contribute, you are invited to respond to the discussion questions below, or pose your own questions to the moderators and other participants. (...) Question 2 . What are the priorities in regard to the further implementation of these five objectives of the the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration? Panelists: Professor Ellen Percy Kraly, Colgate University (Objective 1) Mimouna Esseyed, Moroccan National Human Rights Council (Objective 3) Diego Morales, Director, Litigation & Legal Defense, Legal and Social Studies (CELS) (Objective 7) Richard Wilson, Director, Stop Funding Hate (Objective 17) Martin Seychell, Deputy Director General, International Partnerships, European Commission (Objective 23) Questions and comments from the floor (50 minutes) Responses from the panelists (10 minutes - 2 minutes each) Wrap-up and closing remarks (5 minutes) Azrah Karim Rajput, Senior Policy Officer, Secretariat, United Nations Network on Migration   Related links:  United Nations Network on Migration Faites un don facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Pied de page Conditions d'utilisation Confidentialité de l'information Contactez-nous Courriers frauduleux Droits d'auteur FAQ Index de A à Z
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Score: 711728.17 - https://www.un.org/development...mrf-round-table-4-consultation
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To contribute, you are invited to respond to the discussion questions below, or pose your own questions to the moderators and other participants. (...) Question 2 . What are the priorities in regard to the further implementation of these five objectives of the the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration? Panelists: Professor Ellen Percy Kraly, Colgate University (Objective 1) Mimouna Esseyed, Moroccan National Human Rights Council (Objective 3) Diego Morales, Director, Litigation & Legal Defense, Legal and Social Studies (CELS) (Objective 7) Richard Wilson, Director, Stop Funding Hate (Objective 17) Martin Seychell, Deputy Director General, International Partnerships, European Commission (Objective 23) Questions and comments from the floor (50 minutes) Responses from the panelists (10 minutes - 2 minutes each) Wrap-up and closing remarks (5 minutes) Azrah Karim Rajput, Senior Policy Officer, Secretariat, United Nations Network on Migration   Related links:  United Nations Network on Migration تبرعوا التذييل شروط الإستخدام بيان الخصوصيات تحذير من عمليات إحتيال أسئلة شائعة حقوق النشر والطبع اتصل بنا دليل الموقع
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Score: 711728.17 - https://www.un.org/development...mrf-round-table-4-consultation
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To contribute, you are invited to respond to the discussion questions below, or pose your own questions to the moderators and other participants. (...) Question 2 . What are the priorities in regard to the further implementation of these five objectives of the the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration? Panelists: Professor Ellen Percy Kraly, Colgate University (Objective 1) Mimouna Esseyed, Moroccan National Human Rights Council (Objective 3) Diego Morales, Director, Litigation & Legal Defense, Legal and Social Studies (CELS) (Objective 7) Richard Wilson, Director, Stop Funding Hate (Objective 17) Martin Seychell, Deputy Director General, International Partnerships, European Commission (Objective 23) Questions and comments from the floor (50 minutes) Responses from the panelists (10 minutes - 2 minutes each) Wrap-up and closing remarks (5 minutes) Azrah Karim Rajput, Senior Policy Officer, Secretariat, United Nations Network on Migration   Related links:  United Nations Network on Migration Faites un don facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Pied de page Conditions d'utilisation Confidentialité de l'information Contactez-nous Courriers frauduleux Droits d'auteur FAQ Index de A à Z
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Score: 711728.17 - https://www.un.org/development/desa/pd/fr/node/4230
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