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Patrick Gordon, UN OCHA accompanied Board Member Mr Rashid Khalikov, Director, Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UN OCHA) Mr. (...) Masahiro Ide, Permanent Mission of Japan accompanied Alternate Soichiro Seki, Director-General for International Affairs, MIC, Japan Mr. (...) Rebecca Mayanja, UCC Uganda accompanied Board Member H.E. Eng. John Nasasira, Minister, Minister of Information and Communications Technology, Uganda Miss Simara Howell, First Secretary, Permanent Mission of Jamaica accompanied H.E.
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Score: 720043.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/I...Executive%20Report%20final.pdf
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The application for revision must be made within 30 calendar days of the discovery of the fact and within one year of the date of the judgement. The brief that accompanies the application for revision and the comments thereon shall not exceed fives pages. (...) The Appeals Tribunal will decide whether to admit the application for interpretation and, if it does so, shall issue its interpretation. The brief that accompanies the application for interpretation and the comments thereon shall not exceed two pages. Article 26 Correction of Judgements Clerical or arithmetical mistakes, or errors arising from any accidental slip or omission, may at any time be corrected by the Appeals Tribunal, either on its own initiative or on the application by any of the parties on a prescribed form. The brief that accompanies the application for correction shall not exceed two pages.
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Score: 719315.23 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...orders/order-unat-2020-391.pdf
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(Draft proposal) Major Divisions, Division A PAID WORK AND RELATED ACTIVITIES (SNA) 1 Paid work and related activities B UNPAID WORK ACTIVITIES (OUTSIDE OF SNA) 2 Unpaid domestic services for own final use within household 3 Unpaid caregiving services to household members 4 Community services and help to other households and volunteer work C PERSONAL ACTIVITIES 5 Learning and study 6 Coexistence and recreational activities 7 Use of communication and media 8 Self-care CAUTAL Major division, division and groups A SNA WORK AND RELATED ACTIVITIES 1 Paid work and related activities 11 Salaried work 12 Work as employer or owner 13 Self-employed 14 Domestic service 15 Unpaid family workers 16 Work for household own-consumption (including subsistence) 17 Seeking employment and related activities 18 Travel related to work CAUTAL Major division, division and groups (cont’d) B UNPAID WORK ACTIVITIES OUTSIDE THE SNA 2 Unpaid domestic activities for own home 21 Food preparation and serving 22 Cleaning and upkeep of dwelling and surroundings 23 Cleaning and care of textiles and footwear 24 Maintenance and small repairs of own home 25 Household management 26 Purchases for the households (including transfers) 27 Plant and pet care 3 Unpaid care of household members 31 Care and support for children under 15 years of age that are household members 32 Care and support for household members between 15 and 59 years of age 33 Care and support for household members 60 years of age and older 34 Care and support for household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence 4 Unpaid services to other households, for the community and voluntary work 41 Support to other households 42 Community activities 43 Unpaid volunteer services CAUTAL Major division, division and groups (cont’d) C PERSONAL ACTIVITIES 5 Learning 51 Learning and study 52 Travel related to learning 6 Coexistence and recreation activities 61 Social Coexistence (family, friends and others) 62 Participating in community cultural/social or sport events 63 Games and other pastime activities 64 Indoor and outdoor sports participation and related courses 7 Use of media and communication 71 Reading books, magazines, newspapers and other materials though any medium 72 Watching television 73 Listening to radio or other audio media exclusively 74 Using computer (video, audio, internet, file downloads) 8 Personal Care and self-maintenance 81 Personal care 82 Physiological activities CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits) A SNA WORK AND RELATED ACTIVITIES 1 Paid work and related activities 11 Salaried work 12 Work as employer or owner 13 Self-employed 14 Domestic service 15 Unpaid family workers 16 Work for household own-consumption (including subsistence) 161 Care of fields, orchards, vegetable patch and other similar 162 Collection of mushrooms, fruit, flowers and other wild agricultural products 163 Raising and care of animals (including fish) and derived products 164 Hunting, fishing, and collection of wild game, except firewood 165 Collection of firewood 166 Hauling water 167 Non-primary activities for own-consuption 168Work in self-construction and other buildings 160Work in other self-consumption household activities 18 Looking for work 19 Travel related to work CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) B UNPAID WORK ACTIVITIES (Outside the SNA) 2 Unpaid work in household chores for own use 21 Preparation and serving of food 211 Cooking and heating of food and beverages, and snack preparation 212 Preparation and conservation of meal ingredients 213 Setting the table, serving of meals and doing the dishes 214 Washing, drying and putting away dishes 215 Washing or cleaning cooking area 216 Purchase of food, including travel 210 Other activities related to food management 22 Cleaning of household and surroundings 221 Cleaning of household interior (sweeping, wiping, dusting, cleaning bathroom, tidying, general cleaning) 222 Care of outdoor (sweep street, patio, garden, garage) 223 Disposal, separating or recycling garbage 220 Other activities related to cleaning dwelling and surroundings CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) 23 Cleaning, care and production of textiles and footwear 231 Washing, loading/unloading and drying clothes by hand or machine 232 Ironing 233 Sorting, folding, storing 234 Mending/repairing of clothes and other textiles 235 Cleaning and polishing shoes 236 Taking to washing and/or ironing and/or repairing clothing or footwear somewhere and picking them up 230 Other activities related to care of textiles and footwear 24 Maintenance, installations and small repairs (house, household goods, vehicles) 241 Maintenance, installations and small repair of dwellings 242 Maintenance and minor repair of own household goods 243 Cleaning, maintenance and minor repairs of vehicles of own use 244 Making or maintenance of furniture, making ornaments or crafts for own home 245 Taking to repair or maintain articles or vehicles of own household 240 Other maintenance, installation and minor repair activities for own household CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) 25 Household management 251 Errands and payment of services 252 Organising documents, budgets and paperwork relating to the home 253 Overseeing household security 250 Other activities related to household management 26 Shopping for the household and its members 261 Purchase of clothing, footwear, utensils, appliances and furniture 262 Purchase of automobiles, land, homes and other estates 260 Other purchasing activities for the household 27 Plant and pet care 271 Care of pets 272 Care of plants in the interior of the home 270 Other plant and pet care CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) 3 UNPAID CAREGIVING SERVICES TO HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS 31 Care and support for children under 15 years of age 311 Personal care and physical attention to children under 15 years of age 3111 Feeding, carrying, putting to bed, bathing, cleaning and entertaining children under 3 years of age 3112 Feeding, bathing and cleaning children between 3 and 6 years of age 3113 Playing and conversing with children under 15 years of age 312 Healthcare to children under 15 years of age 313 Educational and/or learning support for children under 15 years of age 3131 Homework help for children under 15 years of age 3132 Attendance of meeting, festivals or other educational and learning support activities for children under 15 years of age CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) 314 Accompaniment, including transfers to care and support activities for children under 15 years of age 3141 Accompanying, taking and/or picking up from daycare or school children under 15 years of age 3142 Accompanying, taking and/or picking up from some place children under 15 years of age for their healthcare 3143 Accompanying, taking and/or picking up children under 15 years of age from any other place 310 Other care and support activities for children under 15 years of age that are household members CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) 32 Care and support for household members between 15 and 59 years of age 321 Care and support for household members between 15 and 59 years of age 322 Healthcare for household members between 15 and 59 years of age 323 Accompaniment, including transfers to care and support activities for household members between 15 and 59 years of age 3231 Accompanying, taking and/or picking up for healthcare household members between 15 and 59 years of age 3232 Accompanying, taking and/or picking up household members between 15 and 59 years of age 320 Other care and support activities household members between 15 and 59 years of age CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) 33 Care and support for household members over 60 years of age 331 Care and support for household members over 60 years of age 332 Healthcare for household members over 60 years of age 333 Accompaniment, including transfers to care and support activities for household members over 60 years of age 3331 Accompanying, taking and/or picking up for healthcare household members over 60 years of age 3332 Accompanying, taking and/or picking up household members over 60 years of age 330 Other care and support activities household members over 60 years of age CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) 34 Care and support for household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence 341 Personal care and physical attention to household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence 3411 Feeding household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence 3412 Carrying and putting to bed household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence 341 3 Bathing and cleaning household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence 342 Healthcare for household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence 3421 Temporary healthcare for household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence 3422 Permanent healthcare for household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) 343 Accompaniment, including transfers to care and support activities for household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence 3431 Accompanying, taking and/or picking up for healthcare household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence 3432 Accompanying, taking and/or picking up household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence 330 Other care and support activities household members with a disability, chronic diseases or permanent dependence CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) 4 UNPAID WORK FOR OTHER HOUSEHOLDS, FOR THE COMMUNITY AND UNPAID VOLUNTEER WORK 41 Unpaid help to other households 411 Household work for other households 412 Care of persons of other households 410 Other unpaid activities to support other households 42 Unpaid Community work 421 Make unpaid arrangements to provide or improve services for the community 422 Making arrangements to gain support for social programmes 420 Other unpaid activities to support the community 43 Unpaid volunteer work through non-profit institutions 431 Unpaid volunteer work in healthcare 432 Unpaid volunteer work activities in education 430 Other activities related to organized unpaid volunteer work CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) C PERSONAL CARE 5 LEARNING AND STUDY 51 LEARNING AND STUDY 511 Participate in classes, distance education and/or extracurricular education 512 Homework, research and other activities related to education 513 Complementary study activities 510 Other study activities 52 Travel to and from study centres CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) 6 COEXISTENCE, CULTURE , RECREATION AND SPORTS 61 Social Coexistence with family, friends and others 611 Socialising/ coexistence with family, friends and others 612 Attending community, civic and/or religious celebrations 610 Other socialization activities 62 Participating in community cultural, entertainment or sports events 621 Attending cultural events 622 Attending entertainment events 623 Attending sporting events 630 Other activities related to attending culture, entertainment and/or sporting events 63 Games and pastime 631 Engaging in fine arts, graphics, literature or performances 632 Board games, games of chance and other games 630 Other games or pastimes 64 Sport and physical exercise 641 Participation in sports 642 Exercising 640 Other activities related to sports participation and exercise CAUTAL Major Division, Division, Groups, Classes (four digits, cont’d) 7 USE OF MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION 71 Reading a book, magazine, newspaper or other material by any medium 72 Watching television and video exclusively 73 Listening to radio and audio devices exclusively 74 Using the computer (Video and/or audio, internet, file downloads) 8 PERSONAL CARE 81 Personal Care 811 Personal hygiene and care 812 Receiving personal and health/medical care from others (including travel) 813 Activities associated with resting, relaxing, meditating, praying and reflecting 810 Other self-care and maintenance activities 82 Physiological activities 821 Eating and drinking 822 Sleeping CAUTAL CLASSIFICATION ACTIVITIES FOR TIME-USE STATISTICS ICATUS 7 countries Brazil, Chile, Cuba, Mexico (CMAUT), Peru, Venezuela, Uruguay CAUTAL 3 countries Bolivia (CATBOL), Costa Rica, Ecuador ICATUS-CAUTAL 1 country Colombia Do not use a classification 6 countries Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama THANK YOU www.cepal.org/mujer www.cepal.org/oig http://www.cepal.org/mujer http://www.cepal.org/oig
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Score: 713502.7 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...ion_of_time-use_activities.pdf
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The Expert Group carefully considered the various amendment proposals contained in Informal document GE.1 No. 13 (2017). 1. Accompanying document 16. The Expert Group welcomed the revised draft accompanying document contained in Annex I of Informal document GE.1 No. 13 (2017). (...) While considering whether the accompanying document could also be printed by the holder, the Expert Group recalled that, at this stage, it is not foreseen to include any security elements in the accompanying document that would ensure the authenticity of a document printed by customs. (...) With regard to the question of whether customs should stamp the accompanying document at departure, the Expert Group decided that it would be preferable not to stamp it to avoid giving the accompanying document an official nature.
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Score: 713022.56 - https://unece.org/DAM/trans/bc...18/ECE-TRANS-WP30-2018-10e.pdf
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Many-parts compositions for the choir without instrument accompaniment 1 195 20. One- part composition for the choir without instrument accompaniment 3 53 21. (...) Big compositions for the choir without accompaniment 395 29. Small compositions for the choir without accompaniment 112 30. Big choir compositions with instrument accompaniment 280 31. Small compositions for the choir with instrument accompaniment 90 32.
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Score: 713022.56 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/tjk_e/WTACCTJK11A1_LEG_6.pdf
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If a UNICEF staff member wishes to take SLWOP for the purpose of accompanying a spouse who has been employed at a different duty station by another UN organization, this will be granted for the same period and under the same conditions as a SLWOP for the purpose of accompanying a UNICEF staff member (see paragraphs 28 b) and 31). (...) Special Leave Without Pay to Accompany a Spouse Employed Outside UNICEF/UN If a UNICEF staff member wishes to take SLWOP for the purpose of accompanying a spouse who has been employed at a different duty station by a non-UN body, this will be granted for the same period and under the same conditions as a SLWOP for the purpose of accompanying a UNICEF staff member (see paragraphs 28.b) and 31). (...) Employment of Spouses outside UNICEF/UN Employment Authorization Special Leave Without Pay to Accompany a Spouse Employed Outside UNICEF/UN UNICEF Funds IV.
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Score: 710171.14 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/osagi/pdf/UNICEFSEGdls.pdf
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Observations by the Cook Islands in connection with the official deposit of its lists of geographical coordinates of points, accompanied by illustrative maps, for maritime baselines and maritime zones in accordance with the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea The Cook Islands, as a State Party to the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea ("UNCLOS"), assumes legal obligations and exercises all sovereign and jurisdictional entitlements as legal consequence of being such a State Party. As a State Party to UNCLOS, the Cook Islands is presently depositing with the Secretary-General of the United Nations lists of geographical coordinates of points, accompanied by illustrative maps, for all maritime baselines as well as for the territorial sea, contiguous zone, and exclusive economic zone of the Cook Islands, as defined under UNCLOS. (...) The Cook Islands states its understanding that it is not obliged to keep under review the maritime zones reflected in the present official deposit of lists of geographical coordinates of points and accompanying illustrative maps, delineated in accordance with UNCLOS, and that the Cook Islands intends to maintain these maritime zones in line with that understanding, notwithstanding climate change-induced sea-level rise.
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Score: 708473.1 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/L.../DEPOSIT/04ObservationsEng.pdf
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They are members of a team of four ecumenical accompaniers who have been placed in Hebron since February. (...) Coordinated by the WCC, the Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel began in 2002 and has received 270 accompaniers from 14 countries. Its purpose is to support Palestinians and Israelis working for peace by monitoring and reporting violations of human rights and international humanitarian law, offering protection by accompanying local communities in daily activities, and standing in solidarity with the churches and advocating with them for a peaceful end to the occupation.
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Score: 706835.94 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-200626/
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Unofficial Translation Letter Guinea to PBC 25Jan.doc UNOFFICIAL TRANSLATION ----- N°079/MPG/NY/Amb/asd/11 New York, 25 January 2011 Note Verbale The Permanent Mission of the Republic of Guinea to the United Nations presents its compliments to the Chair of the United Nations Peacebuilding Commission and has the honor to transmit herewith a copy of the letter N°009/MAEGE/CAB/CP/2011 dated 24 January 2011 requesting the accompaniment of the Republic of Guinea by the Peacebuilding Commission. (...) Chairperson of the United Nations [OFFICIAL SEAL] Peacebuilding Commission Ministry of Foreign Affairs Republic of Guinea and of Guineans abroad Conakry, 24 January 2011 The Minister N°009/MAEGE/CAB/CP/2011 To His Excellency Ambassador Peter Wittig, Chairperson of the United Nations Peacebuilding Commission NEW YORK Subject: Accompaniment of Guinea by the Peacebuilding Commission Excellency, I have the honor to acknowledge receipt of your letter dated 30 December 2010, in response to a request for accompaniment of the Republic of Guinea by the United Nations Peacebuilding Commission, which you hold the Chairmanship of.
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Score: 697157.5 - https://www.un.org/peacebuildi...t_request_unofficial_trans.pdf
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Ensure that sufficient preparations have been made to ensure the safety and comfort of any escorts who have accompanied the COVID-19 patient, as per the rules and regulations of the referring organisation. (...) Ensure that both the associated patient and the family of the patient (to include any accompanying non-medical escorts) have access to psycho-social support; vi. Regularly liaise with any accompanying escorts, and provide them with logistical support, as per the rules and regulations of the organisation.
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Score: 696138.4 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...st-medevac_support_process.pdf
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