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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON THE ENJOYMENT OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS BY OLDER PERSONS, ROSA KORNFELD-MATTE :ADDENDUM
The core of the system is the long-term care allowance, which is a social right in Austria. (...) In 2013, around 5 per cent of Austria’s population received long-term care benefits. The introduction of the long-term care allowance was an important step towards enabling older persons to remain at home as long as possible and to lead independent lives. 67. (...) On 1 January 2012, a comprehensive reform of long-term care benefits entered into force. The reform led to the takeover of the long-term care benefits of the Länder in the legislation and execution at federal level.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 1774247.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/30/43/ADD.2&Lang=R
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ADDITIONAL VIEWS ON WHICH THE CHAIR MAY DRAW IN PREPARING TEXT TO FACILITATE NEGOTIATIONS AMONG PARTIES : SUBMISSIONS FROM PARTIES : ADDENDUM
FCCC/AWGLCA/2010/MISC.2/Add.1 GE.10-60977 17 May 2010 ENGLISH/RUSSIAN ONLY UNITED NATIONS FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE AD HOC WORKING GROUP ON LONG-TERM COOPERATIVE ACTION UNDER THE CONVENTION Tenth session Bonn, 1–11 June 2010 Item 3 of the provisional agenda Preparation of an outcome to be presented to the Conference of the Parties for adoption at its sixteenth session to enable the full, effective and sustained implementation of the Convention through long-term cooperative action now, up to and beyond 2012 Additional views on which the Chair may draw in preparing text to facilitate negotiations among Parties Submissions from Parties Addendum 1. (...) Periodical reviews of the long-term goal (i.e. every five years) should be established thereafter. (...) RMI acknowledges the broad consensus among Parties to establish, as an outcome of the AWG- LCA, a long-term goal of limiting global temperature increases to below 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels, and the clear majority of Parties supportive of a long-term stabilization of - 16 - temperatures at less than 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 1760944.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...WGLCA/2010/MISC.2/ADD.1&Lang=R
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DRAFT REPORT CHAPTER II RECOMMENDATIONS AND DECISIONS B. REPORT OF THE SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL SUBCOMMITTEE ON ITS FIFTY-SIXTH SESSION 9. LONG-TERM SUSTAINABILITY OF OUTER SPACE ACTIVITIES
REPORT OF THE SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL SUBCOMMITTEE ON ITS FIFTY-SIXTH SESSION 9. LONG-TERM SUSTAINABILITY OF OUTER SPACE ACTIVITIES
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 1749070.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...DS=A/AC.105/L.318/ADD.6&Lang=R
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THE TREATMENT OF SPECIAL PURPOSE ENTITIES IN THE NETHERLANDS : NOTE / BY STATISTICS NETHERLANDS
FINANCIAL BALANCE SHEET 4.1 OPENING BALANCE SHEET A Other deposits 18 476 21 735 21 198 25 535 27 448 32 622 32 509 Long term bonds 28 834 27 539 25 320 24 322 25 136 28 053 21 230 Short term loans 200 293 193 916 189 178 180 379 148 445 146 048 177 869 Long term loans 223 095 243 864 237 087 259 772 272 659 285 083 290 279 Shares and other equities 433 183 529 899 522 960 570 620 600 348 689 956 777 348 Other accounts receivable and payable 18 046 26 405 28 165 23 843 22 725 21 226 23 276 Total assets 921 927 1 043 358 1 023 908 1 084 471 1 096 761 1 202 988 1 322 511 L Long term bonds 288 014 300 614 311 601 310 567 302 776 297 943 320 170 Short term loans 79 650 101 209 99 343 107 433 96 089 116 491 127 784 Long term loans 103 303 115 400 110 888 132 075 151 334 186 729 162 984 Shares and other equities 457 005 526 157 499 226 523 515 498 440 568 729 673 716 Other accounts receivable and payable 15 641 18 398 24 578 19 188 16 924 15 918 20 625 Total liabilities 943 613 1 061 778 1 045 636 1 092 778 1 065 563 1 185 810 1 305 279 Total net worth – 21 686 – 18 420 – 21 728 – 8 307 31 198 17 178 17 232 4.2 FINANCIAL ACCOUNT A Other deposits 5 994 – 419 4 283 1 115 4 389 604 24 063 Long term bonds 5 625 19 55 1 511 2 223 – 5 771 6 578 Short term loans 9 655 13 882 – 3 622 – 28 716 – 6 816 34 114 7 185 Long term loans 36 785 14 719 27 650 15 594 8 913 14 627 220 241 Shares and other equities 132 299 2 539 59 930 14 433 35 881 99 495 41 610 Other accounts receivable and payable 6 687 1 408 – 4 068 – 1 086 – 1 649 1 353 – 209 Change in assets 197 045 32 148 84 228 2 851 42 941 144 422 299 468 L Long term bonds 32 297 20 132 25 428 – 5 611 – 10 511 23 696 32 180 Short term loans 27 542 12 155 9 232 – 11 848 18 060 15 374 63 959 Long term loans 18 737 5 438 24 609 23 452 30 932 – 18 433 145 501 Shares and other equities 116 263 – 9 525 31 431 – 589 6 168 120 333 60 831 Other accounts receivable and payable 2 206 4 648 – 5 687 – 2 008 – 1 084 4 604 – 3 729 Change in liabilities 197 045 32 848 85 013 3 396 43 565 145 574 298 742 Changes in financial net worth – – 700 – 785 – 545 – 624 – 1 152 726 Net landing/net borrowing – – 700 – 785 – 545 – 624 – 1 152 726 Statistical discrepancy – – – – – – – 4.3 OTHER CHANGES A Other deposits – 2 735 – 118 54 798 785 – 717 – 779 Long term bonds – 6 920 – 2 238 – 1 053 – 697 694 – 1 052 – 22 Short term loans – 16 032 – 18 620 – 5 177 – 3 218 4 419 – 2 293 – 678 Long term loans – 16 016 – 21 496 – 4 965 – 2 707 3 511 – 9 431 – 6 686 Shares and other equities – 35 583 – 9 478 – 12 270 15 295 53 727 – 12 103 – 25 564 Other accounts receivable and payable 1 672 352 – 254 – 32 150 697 536 Total assets other changes – 75 614 – 51 598 – 23 665 9 439 63 286 – 24 899 – 33 193 L Long term bonds – 19 697 – 9 145 – 26 462 – 2 180 5 678 – 1 469 – 9 546 Short term loans – 5 983 – 14 021 – 1 142 504 2 342 – 4 081 – 283 Long term loans – 6 640 – 9 950 – 3 422 – 4 193 4 463 – 5 312 – 7 397 Shares and other equities – 47 111 – 17 406 – 7 142 – 24 486 64 121 – 15 346 21 057 Other accounts receivable and payable 551 1 532 297 – 256 78 103 1 035 Total liabilities other changes – 78 880 – 48 990 – 37 871 – 30 611 76 682 – 26 105 4 866 Total other changes in net worth 3 266 – 2 608 14 206 40 050 – 13 396 1 206 – 38 059 4.4 CLOSING BLAANCE SHEET A Other deposits 21 735 21 198 25 535 27 448 32 622 32 509 55 793 Long term bonds 27 539 25 320 24 322 25 136 28 053 21 230 27 786 Short term loans 193 916 189 178 180 379 148 445 146 048 177 869 184 376 Long term loans 243 864 237 087 259 772 272 659 285 083 290 279 503 834 Shares and other equities 529 899 522 960 570 620 600 348 689 956 777 348 793 394 Other accounts receivable and payable 26 405 28 165 23 843 22 725 21 226 23 276 23 603 Total assets 1 043 358 1 023 908 1 084 471 1 096 761 1 202 988 1 322 511 1 588 786 L Long term bonds 300 614 311 601 310 567 302 776 297 943 320 170 342 804 Short term loans 101 209 99 343 107 433 96 089 116 491 127 784 191 460 Long term loans 115 400 110 888 132 075 151 334 186 729 162 984 301 088 Shares and other equities 526 157 499 226 523 515 498 440 568 729 673 716 755 604 Other accounts receivable and payable 18 398 24 578 19 188 16 924 15 918 20 625 17 931 Total liabilities 1 061 778 1 045 636 1 092 778 1 065 563 1 185 810 1 305 279 1 608 887 Total net worth – 18 420 – 21 728 – 8 307 31 198 17 178 17 232 – 20 101 ECE/CES/GE.23/2009/10 page 21 Is th e in st itu tio na l u ni t a no Th e en tit ity is a no n- re sid en t e nt ity re sid en t e nt ity ?
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 1739953 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=ECE/CES/GE.23/2009/10&Lang=R
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IDEAS AND PROPOSALS ON THE ELEMENTS CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH 1 OF THE BALI ACTION PLAN :UNITED NATIONS FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE : SUBMISSIONS FROM PARTIES : ADDENDUM
FCCC/AWGLCA/2008/MISC.5/Add.2 (Part II) GE.08-71379 10 December 2008 ENGLISH/RUSSIAN/SPANISH ONLY UNITED NATIONS FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE AD HOC WORKING GROUP ON LONG-TERM COOPERATIVE ACTION UNDER THE CONVENTION Fourth session Poznan, 1–10 December 2008 Agenda item 3 (a-e) Enabling the full, effective and sustained implementation of the Convention through long-term cooperative action now, up to and beyond 2012, by addressing, inter alia: A shared vision for long-term cooperative action Enhanced national/international action on mitigation of climate change Enhanced action on adaptation Enhanced action on technology development and transfer to support action on mitigation and adaptation Enhanced action on the provision of financial resources and investment to support action on mitigation and adaptation and technology cooperation Ideas and proposals on the elements contained in paragraph 1 of the Bali Action Plan Submissions from Parties Addendum Part II CONTENTS (continued from part I) Page 16. (...) TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO Technology Transfer Framework and Modality under the Ad-Hoc Working Group on Long-Term Cooperative Action .................................................................................... 63 (Submission received 6 December 2008) 32. (...) These efforts should be encapsulated by specific long-term and mid-term global goals that firmly based on the available and most updated scientific findings and recommendations, particularly the AR-4 of IPCC, on the basis of equity and in accordance with the principles of common but differentiated responsibilities and respective capabilities.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 1733217.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...8/MISC.5/ADD.2(PART II)&Lang=R
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IDEAS AND PROPOSALS ON THE ELEMENTS CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH 1 OF THE BALI ACTION PLAN :SUBMISSIONS FROM PARTIES
A shared vision, including a long-term global goal............................................... 44 B. (...) Reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation in developing countries (REDD) ............................................................................... 66 C. Shared vision for long-term cooperative action including a long term goal for emission reductions.................................................................................. 70 D. (...) Mid-term targets and deeper long-term commitments for all developed countries, accompanied by a sound approach to enabling and ensuring compliance, are critical factors to achieve necessary global emission reduction.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 1729337.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...FCCC/AWGLCA/2008/MISC.5&Lang=R
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BALANCING THE THREE DIMENSIONS OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: FROM INTEGRATION TO IMPLEMENTATION: NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
Incentives to prioritize short-term gains and private benefits over long-term development and shared prosperity have, however, typically fostered growth paths that are misaligned with sustainable development objectives. 24. (...) At the same time, courageous political leadership — leadership that balances short- term political gains with long-term sustainable and equitable progress — is also needed. (...) The private sector needs to augment its long-term investments in human and natural capital.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 1727267.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=E/ESCAP/FSD(2)/1&Lang=R
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SOLIDARITY WITH AND SUPPORT FOR THE GOVERNMENT AND PEOPLE OF HAITI IN THE AFTERMATH OF THE RECENT EARTHQUAKE :DRAFT RESOLUTION / ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA, BAHAMAS, BARBADOS, BELIZE, DOMINICA, GRENADA, GUYANA, HAITI, JAMAICA, SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS, SAINT LUCIA, SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES, SURINAME AND TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
.: Limited 23 August 2021 Original: English 21-11629 (E) 250821 *2111629* Seventy-fifth session Agenda item 73 (a) Strengthening of the coordination of humanitarian and disaster relief assistance of the United Nations, including special economic assistance: strengthening of the coordination of emergency humanitarian assistance of the United Nations Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago: draft resolution Solidarity with and support for the Government and people of Haiti in the aftermath of the recent earthquake The General Assembly, Guided by the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations, Reaffirming its resolution 46/182 of 19 December 1991, the annex to which contains the guiding principles for the strengthening of the coordination of emergency humanitarian assistance of the United Nations system, as well as all its resolutions on international cooperation on humanitarian assistance in the field of natural disasters, from relief to development, and recalling the resolutions of the humanitarian segments of the substantive sessions of the Economic and Social Council, Reaffirming also Economic and Social Council resolution 2021/18 of 21 July 2021, by which the Council extended the mandate of the Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti to provide advice on the long-term development strategy of Haiti to promote socioeconomic recovery, reconstruction and stability, with particular attention to the need to ensure coherence and sustainability in international support for Haiti, based on the long-term national development priorities, Reaffirming further the principles of humanity, neutrality, impartiality and independence for the provision of humanitarian assistance, Deeply concerned about the devastating effects of the earthquake that struck Haiti on 14 August 2021, followed by the passage of Tropical Storm Grace on 16 August 2021, which have resulted in significant loss of lives, damage to property, displacement of residents and the loss of livelihoods, food security and nutrition, health security and access to social infrastructure, and about the urgent need to restore normal conditions for the population, A/75/L.127 21-11629 2/2 Emphasizing that progress in the recovery and reconstruction of Haiti is crucial to achieving lasting stability, security and socioeconomic development, Reiterating the need for a continued high level of support for and commitment to the immediate humanitarian relief phase, early recovery, rehabilitation, reconstruction and development efforts, including in the medium and long terms, that reflect the spirit of international solidarity and cooperation in addressing the natur al disaster, Recognizing the urgent need to scale up the access to and intensify the administration of vaccines to address the ongoing public health crisis caused by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and to mitigate the risk associated with displaced individuals in enclosed areas, Reiterating the need for the United Nations system to ensure that the humanitarian, early recovery and reconstruction assistance provided is timely, adequate, effective and coherent and coordinated among all humanitarian and development actors, in coordination with and in support of the Government of Haiti, and in accordance with the principles of humanity, neutrality, impartiality and independence, Welcoming the generous assistance that has been pledged and provided by the Caribbean Community and by other States and non-governmental, regional and international organizations, in particular the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency and the United Nations system, to alleviate the devastating effects of this crisis on Haiti, 1. (...) Urges international financial institutions and organizations to continue to contribute generously in their response to deliver immediate relief and to maintain their support for the long-term rehabilitation of Haiti, through prioritizing action to reduce the vulnerability of the country by systematically promoting its long-term socioeconomic development; 4.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 1722886.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=A/75/L.127&Lang=R
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FCCC/AWGLCA/200
Ad hoc Working Group on Long-term Cooperative Action under the Framework Convention B. (...) Long-term goals should be based on the scientific information gathered and processed by the IPCC. (...) Stringent monitoring schemes for guiding the process towards the long-term goals are needed. Provisions for updating and adapting the long-term goals on the basis of new scientific evidence should be established
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 1718625.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...LCA/2009/MISC.4(PART I)&Lang=R
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GE.13-60785 (R)
In keeping with the COP 14 decision that requested the GEF to consider the long-term implementation of the strategic program on technology transfer, the GEF has identified technology transfer as a longer-term priority in the climate change focal area for GEF-5 programming. (...) In response to decision 2/CP.14, the GEF submitted a Long-Term Program on Technology Transfer to COP 16. (...) Under SCCF-A, more than 50 per cent of projects focus explicitly on technology transfer. 33. The progress made in Long-Term Program implementation was reported to COP 17.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 1717542.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=FCCC/SBI/2013/5&Lang=R
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