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WHO | Spartan Health Sciences University Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Submit Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Global Forums Spartan Health Sciences University The organization is a Health Sciences University whose mission and objectives is to train future physician with the necessary medical knowledge, competent skills and the compassionate attitude for the practice of medicine in the broad community. Member profile The Spartan Health Sciences University was established in January, 1980 and accredited and chartered and licensed in March, 1982 by The Accreditation Authority of the Government of St. (...) Lucia, West Indies. The goals of the University are to – Award a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree which fulfils or exceeds elements of Accreditation.
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Score: 795591.2 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...rtners/member_list/spartan/en/
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.: 613 859-0748 Fax: 613 836-5430 E-mail: os.monkewoch@sympatico.ca Academic: B.Eng. (McGill University), Electrical Engineering (1962) M.A.Sc. (University of Ottawa), Electrical Engineering (1974) Ph.D. (...) Defined the Standards Council of Canada Program of Accreditation for IT&T Laboratories - Canada (PALCAN) Laboratory Accreditation Program (LAP) for IT&T. (...) Technical Assessor (site visit) in the SCC accreditation of a Canadian IT&T testing laboratory - Accredited Laboratory No. 216.
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Score: 794795.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/secu...Canada/canada_cv_Monkewich.doc
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ACCREDITATION OF NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS AND OTHER MAJOR GROUPS TO THE PREPARATORY PROCESS AND THE 3RD UNITED NATIONS WORLD CONFERENCE ON DISASTER RISK REDUCTION : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The Preparatory Committee adopted accreditation criteria and procedures in the document entitled “Suggested arrangements for accreditation and participation in the preparatory process and in the World Conference on Disaster Reduction of relevant non-governmental organizations and other major groups” (A/CONF.224/PC(I)/INF.2). 3. Those non-governmental organizations and other major groups currently not falling under any of the adopted accreditation categories, but wishing to attend and contribute to the Conference and its preparatory process, may apply to the Conference secretariat for accreditation by providing the required information mentioned in document A/CONF.224/PC(I)/INF.2. Such accreditation will be limited solely to the Third United Nations World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction process. 4.
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Score: 792422.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...DS=A/CONF.224/PC(III)/2&Lang=E
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History of the UN’s Official Languages The  history of the UN’s official languages , presented by the Dag Hammarskjöld Library, gives the history of when each of the six official languages of the United Nations became official, beginning in 1946.     Universities Outreach Programme The  Universities Outreach Programme  was established by the Department of General Assembly and Conference Management (DGACM), in order to address the language recruitment and succession planning goals of the United Nations, by giving guidance on language careers at the UN to students.  (...) The days are as follows: Arabic Language Day (18 December ) Chinese Language Day (20 April ) English Language Day (23 April ) French Language Day (20 March ) Russian Language Day (6 June ) Spanish Language Day (23 April)   Main Bodies General Assembly Security Council Economic and Social Council Trusteeship Council International Court of Justice Secretariat Departments / Offices New York Geneva Nairobi Vienna UN System Directory UN System Chart Global Leadership UN Information Centres Resources / Services Emergency information Reporting Wrongdoing UN Journal Documents Guidelines for gender-inclusive language Databases Library UN iLibrary UN Chronicle UN Yearbook Bookshop Publications for sale Maps Media Accreditation NGO accreditation at ECOSOC NGO accreditation at DGC Visitors’ services Exhibits Procurement Employment Internships Model UN Academic Impact UN Archives UN Audiovisual Library How to donate to the UN system Information on COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Africa Renewal UN Action: 11 Facts Key Documents UN Charter Universal Declaration of Human Rights Convention on the Rights of the Child Statute of the International Court of Justice News and Media News Press Releases Briefings Spokesperson Photos UNIfeed Webcast UN in Action Social Media The Essential UN Awake at Night podcast Issues / Campaigns Global Issues Observances Sustainable Development Goals Climate Change UN and Sustainability Action for Peacekeeping (A4P) Global Ceasefire Secretary-General's Call to Action for Human Rights Democracy Rule of Law Refugees and Migrants Action to Counter Terrorism Victims of Terrorism Children and Armed Conflict Violence Against Children (SRSG) Sexual Violence in Conflict Violence Against Women and Girls (Spotlight Initiative) Preventing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Prevention of Genocide and the Responsibility to Protect The Rwanda Genocide The Holocaust The Question of Palestine The Transatlantic Slave Trade Decolonization Messengers of Peace Secretary-General’s Roadmap for Digital Cooperation UN75: 2020 and Beyond Women Rise for All Disability Inclusion Strategy Secretary-General’s Data Strategy Digital Financing Task Force United Nations Donate facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 792167.8 - https://www.un.org/en/node/121653
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History of the UN’s Official Languages The  history of the UN’s official languages , presented by the Dag Hammarskjöld Library, gives the history of when each of the six official languages of the United Nations became official, beginning in 1946.     Universities Outreach Programme The  Universities Outreach Programme  was established by the Department of General Assembly and Conference Management (DGACM), in order to address the language recruitment and succession planning goals of the United Nations, by giving guidance on language careers at the UN to students.  (...) The days are as follows: Arabic Language Day (18 December ) Chinese Language Day (20 April ) English Language Day (23 April ) French Language Day (20 March ) Russian Language Day (6 June ) Spanish Language Day (23 April)   Main Bodies General Assembly Security Council Economic and Social Council Trusteeship Council International Court of Justice Secretariat Departments / Offices New York Geneva Nairobi Vienna UN System Directory UN System Chart Global Leadership UN Information Centres Resources / Services Emergency information Reporting Wrongdoing UN Journal Documents Guidelines for gender-inclusive language Databases Library UN iLibrary UN Chronicle UN Yearbook Bookshop Publications for sale Maps Media Accreditation NGO accreditation at ECOSOC NGO accreditation at DGC Visitors’ services Exhibits Procurement Employment Internships Model UN Academic Impact UN Archives UN Audiovisual Library How to donate to the UN system Information on COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Africa Renewal UN Action: 11 Facts Key Documents UN Charter Universal Declaration of Human Rights Convention on the Rights of the Child Statute of the International Court of Justice News and Media News Press Releases Briefings Spokesperson Photos UNIfeed Webcast UN in Action Social Media The Essential UN Awake at Night podcast Issues / Campaigns Global Issues Observances Sustainable Development Goals Climate Change UN and Sustainability Action for Peacekeeping (A4P) Global Ceasefire Secretary-General's Call to Action for Human Rights Democracy Rule of Law Refugees and Migrants Action to Counter Terrorism Victims of Terrorism Children and Armed Conflict Violence Against Children (SRSG) Sexual Violence in Conflict Violence Against Women and Girls (Spotlight Initiative) Preventing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Prevention of Genocide and the Responsibility to Protect The Rwanda Genocide The Holocaust The Question of Palestine The Transatlantic Slave Trade Decolonization Messengers of Peace Secretary-General’s Roadmap for Digital Cooperation UN75: 2020 and Beyond Women Rise for All Disability Inclusion Strategy Secretary-General’s Data Strategy Digital Financing Task Force United Nations Donate facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 792167.8 - https://www.un.org/en/our-work/official-languages
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DRAFT RESOLUTIONS/DECISIONS PREPARED BY THE COMMITTEE OF PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVES TO THE UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME FOR CONSIDERATION BY THE FIRST SESSION OF THE UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENT ASSEMBLY: ADDENDUM: POLICY ON STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT IN THE UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME
Responsibilities and obligations of accredited stakeholders ............................................. 7 3. (...) Having a national or international scope of activities. 13. Accreditation with the United Nations Economic and Social Council [and/or multilateral environmental agreements] Stakeholders accredited with the United Nations Economic and Social Council [and/or with multilateral environmental agreements having equivalent accreditation criteria] and who provide sufficient proof of such accreditation will receive UNEP accreditation upon request. 14. (...) Responsibilities and obligations of accredited stakeholders 19. All accredited stakeholders shall have the same obligations, which shall include the following: (a) Accredited stakeholders will be expected to act in accordance with the present policy and the relevant rules of procedure for any meeting or session which they attend; (b) Accredited stakeholders will comply with the registration requirements and seating arrangements for any meeting or session which they attend.
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Score: 791648.63 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=UNEP/EA.1/L.1/ADD.1&Lang=E
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Likewise, UN human rights mechanisms including the Universal Periodic Review, Treaty Bodies and the Special Procedures increasingly refer to the Paris Principles and the GANHRI accreditation process, to encourage the establishment and strengthening of fully Paris Principles-compliant NHRIs worldwide. Accreditation takes place under the rules of procedure of the GANHRI’s Sub-Committee on Accreditation (SCA). (...) The Paris Principles focus on six main criteria against which national human rights institutions (NHRIs) can be accredited by the Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions (GANHRI): A broad mandate, based on universal human rights norms and standards; Autonomy from Government; Independence guaranteed by statute or Constitution; Pluralism; Adequate resources; and Adequate powers of investigation.
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Score: 791360.35 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/count...ub-committee-accreditation-sca
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All broadcasts are archived under the UPR country page of the State concerned. Accreditation An NGO in consultative status with ECOSOC planning to attend a session of the Universal Periodic Review Working Group must send a letter of request for accreditation to the Secretariat. (...) Please send the letter of request for accreditation by email to the Secretariat: upraccreditation@ohchr.org. NGOs in need of ‘attestation of accreditation’ for Swiss visa application purposes, should state this explicitly in the letter of request 5 UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW for accreditation.
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Score: 790675.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...acticalGuideCivilSociety_0.pdf
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The foundations of this body of law are the  Charter  of the United Nations and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights , adopted by the General Assembly in 1945 and 1948, respectively.  Since then, the United Nations has gradually expanded human rights law to encompass specific standards for women, children, persons with disabilities, minorities and other vulnerable groups, who now possess rights that protect them from discrimination that had long been common in many societies. Universal Declaration of Human Rights The Universal Declaration of Human Rights  (UDHR) is a milestone document in the history of human rights. (...) The Review is designed to ensure universality and equality of treatment for every country.
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Score: 790647.75 - https://www.un.org/en/global-issues/human-rights
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ROLE OF THE OMBUDSMAN, MEDIATOR AND OTHER NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTIONS IN THE PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The Subcommittee on Accreditation reviewed the accreditation status (applications for re-accreditation) of nine national human rights institutions, in Bolivia (Plurinational State of), Burkina Faso, Colombia, Indonesia, Malawi, Peru, the Philippines, Rwanda and Slovakia. (...) The accreditation of the national human rights institutions of Burkina Faso and Slovakia has lapsed. (...) The Human Rights Commissioner of Azerbaijan was re-accredited A status, following a special review of its accreditation status. 2.
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Score: 790006.15 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/67/288&Lang=E
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