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Seoul, Republic of Korea, 24 April 2008 Presentation by Ms Carolyn Hannan, Director, Division for the Advancement of Women, At the Conference on Women, Money and Power, “Financing for gender equality and the empowerment of women” , Organized by Tempo International - New York, 12 April 2008 "Moving forward on women, gender equality and diabetes" - Presentation by Ms Carolyn Hannan, Director, Division for the Advancement of Women United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs at the Expert Group Meeting on Diabetes, Women and Development Organized by the Global Alliance for Women’s Health (GAWH), WHO and the World Diabetes Foundation - New York, 8 April 2008 "Empowerment of Women: the Global Perspective" - presentation by Ms Carolyn Hannan, Director, Division for the Advancement of Women, United Nations Department for Economic and Social Affairs, At the international conference: “Empowering Professional Women in the Maritime World”, Organized by the World Maritime University - Malmo, Sweden, 2-4 April 2008 "Financing for Gender Equality: Women in Science, Engineering and Technology" - Parallel event held at the CSW 52, Organized by The National Commission of Women in India, the American Chemical Society, the Women’s Humanitarian Network, UN Studies Program, Columbia University and Indian Young Professionals Network - New York, 5 March 2008 Introductory remarks by Ms Carolyn Hannan, Director, Division for the Advancement of Women, United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, at the CSW52 parallel event "Women in cities: Policies and mainstreaming strategies", organized by the Seoul Metropolitan Government and the Seoul Foundation of Women and the Family in collaboration with UNHABITAT - 29 February 2008 Opening remarks by Ms Carolyn Hannan, Director, United Nations Division for the Advancement of Women, at the Third International Helvi Sipilä Seminar - New York, 29 February 2008 Remarks by Ms Carolyn Hannan, Director, UN Division for the Advancement of Women, At the parallel event, Investing in Decent Work for Women, Organized by The International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), Education International (EI), Public Services International (PSI) - New York, 29 February 2008 Remarks by Ms Carolyn Hannan, Director, UN Division for the Advancement of Women At the parallel event FINANCING FOR GENDER EQUALITY: TOOLKIT FOR FOLLOW-UP TO CSW 51, Organized by the NGO Committee on UNICEF, Working Group on Girls, Hardin Room, Church Centre - New York 29 February 2008 Introductory remarks by Ms Carolyn Hannan, Director, United Nations Division for the Advancement of Women, Conversation on women, gender equality and sport, To launch the UN Division for the Advancement of Women publication, “Women 2000 and Beyond: Women, gender equality and sport”, Organized in collaboration with The International Working Group on Women and Sport (IWG) and WomenSport International (WSI). - United Nations, New York, 28 February 2008 Remarks by Ms Carolyn Hannan, Director, Division for the Advancement of Women, UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs, At the parliamentary event organized by the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) and the Division for the Advancement of Women, On the occasion of the 52nd session of the Commission on the Status of Women. - United Nations, New York, 27 February 2008 Opening statement by Ms Carolyn Hannan, Director, Division for the Advancement of Women, United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, at the opening of the fifty-second session of the Commission on the Status of Women - 25 February 2008 Presentation by Ms Carolyn Hannan, Director, Division for the Advancement of Women, NGO Consultation: CSW 52, ”NGO support to the CSW” ,at the New York University - 24 February 2008 Presentation by Ms Carolyn Hannan, Director of the United Nations Division for the Advancement of Women, at the New York Soroptimist Lunch - Saturday 9 February 2008   Contact Us | Sitemap
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Contact us Get Involved Get Involved Arbitrary detention Opinions adopted by the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention at its 91st session Share Navigation Blocks Working Group on Arbitrary Detention Overview About arbitrary detention Mandate International standards Members Annual thematic reports Documents (database) Complaints and urgent appeals Country visits Communications from governments Deliberations Database of the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention Communications by special procedures (database) Opinions adopted by the WGAD About special procedures About special procedures Submitting complaints About country visits Select Select Navigation Blocks Working Group on Arbitrary Detention Overview About arbitrary detention Mandate International standards Members Annual thematic reports Documents (database) Complaints and urgent appeals Country visits Communications from governments Deliberations Database of the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention Communications by special procedures (database) Opinions adopted by the WGAD About special procedures About special procedures Submitting complaints About country visits During its ninetieth first session, held from 6–10 September 2021, the Working Group adopted opinions: Opinion 22/2021 (Uzbekistan) A/HRC/WGAD/2021/22  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 23/2021 (Belarus) A/HRC/WGAD/2021/23  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 24/2021 (United States of America) A/HRC/WGAD/2021/24  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 25/2021 (China) A/HRC/WGAD/2021/25  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 26/2021 (Comoros) A/HRC/WGAD/2021/26  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 27/2021 (Islamic Republic of Iran) A/HRC/WGAD/2021/27  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 28/2021 (República Bolivariana de Venezuela) A/HRC/WGAD/2021/28  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 29/2021 (Islamic Republic of Iran) A/HRC/WGAD/2021/29  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 30/2021 (China) A/HRC/WGAD/2021/30  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 31/2021 (Democratic Republic of Congo) A/HRC/WGAD/2021/31  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 32/2021 (United States of America and United Arab Emirates) A/HRC/WGAD/2021/32  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 33/2021 (Kazakhstan) A/HRC/WGAD/2021/33  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 34/2021 (Saudi Arabia) A/HRC/WGAD/2021/34  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 35/2021 (México) A/HRC/WGAD/2021/35  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 36/2021 (Viet Nam) A/HRC/WGAD/2021/36  (Advance Edited Version Opinion 37/2021 (Pakistan) A/HRC/WGAD/2021/37  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 38/2021 (Turkey) A/HRC/WGAD/2021/38  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 39/2021 (Ecuador) A/HRC/WGAD/2021/39  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 40/2021 (Viet Nam) A/HRC/WGAD/2021/40  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 41/2021 (Cuba) A/HRC/WGAD/2021/41  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 42/2021 (Egypt) A/HRC/WGAD/2021/42  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 43/2021 (Mexico) A/HRC/WGAD/2021/43  (Advance Edited Version) VIEW THIS PAGE IN: Español Tags Arbitrary detention Back to top Our Work The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights is the leading United Nations entity in the field of human rights, with a unique mandate to promote and protect all human rights for all people. © OHCHR 1996-2022 Latest Feature Stories Media Center Meetings & Events Resources Databases Library Publications Connect Contact Us Follow us Work With Us Global Social Channels Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Donate Contact Copyrights Privacy Policy Terms of use
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Unilever Ghana Limited | UN Global Compact All Participants Search Who We Are The SDGs Participation Take Action Engage Locally Explore Our Library About News Sign In Contact Us 14,000 companies + 4,000 non-businesses In this section What is the UN Global Compact Our Mission Our Work Our Participants UN Global Compact Strategy 2021–2023 Company Information Company Unilever Ghana Limited www.unileverghana.com Share Profile Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google+ Type: Company Country: Ghana Sector: Household Goods & Home Construction Ownership: Privately Held Global Compact Status: Active Participant Since 13 October 2006 Principles and Global Goals Addressed in their most recent CoP Next Communication on Progress (CoP) due on: 2023-06-23 Human Rights Labour Environment Anti-Corruption Goal 1 Goal 2 Goal 3 Goal 4 Goal 5 Goal 6 Goal 7 Goal 8 Goal 9 Goal 10 Goal 11 Goal 12 Goal 13 Goal 14 Goal 15 Goal 16 Goal 17 Parent Company Country Company Name United Kingdom Unilever Communication On Progress Published On Title Level 2021-09-24 Communication on Progress Active 28-Jun-2021 Grace Letter N/A 2018-06-22 Unilever Communication on Progress Advanced 2017-06-22 Unilever Communication on Progress Advanced 2016-06-24 Unilever Communication on Progress Advanced 2015-06-26 Unilver UNGC Communication on Progress Advanced 2014-06-27 Communication on Progress Advanced 2014-03-07 Reporting Cycle Adjustment N/A 2013-04-26 Communication on Progress Advanced 2013-01-07 2012 Communication on Progress Active Note: Responsibility for the content of participants' public communication related to the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact and their implementation lies with participants themselves and not with the UN Global Compact. Parent Communication On Progress Published On Title Level 2022-06-23 Communication on Progress Advanced 2021-06-22 Unilever Communication on Progress 2021 Advanced 2020-06-22 Unilever Communication on Progress 2020 Advanced 2019-06-21 Unilever Communication on Progress 2019 Advanced 2018-06-22 Unilever Communication on Progress Advanced 2017-06-22 Unilever Communication on Progress Advanced 2016-06-24 Unilever Communication on Progress Advanced 2015-06-26 Unilever UNGC Communication on Progress Advanced 2014-06-27 Communication on Progress Advanced 2014-03-05 Reporting Cycle Adjustment N/A 2013-04-26 Communication on Progress Advanced 2012-08-10 Communication on Progress Advanced 2012-06-08 Grace Letter N/A 2011-05-12 2011 Communication on Progress Active 2010-05-19 2010 Communication on Progress N/A 2009-05-26 Sustainable Development Report 2008 N/A 2008-06-24 Sustainable Development Report 2007 N/A 2007-07-03 Unilever Sustainable Development Report 2006 N/A 2006-11-27 Environmental & Social Report 2005 N/A 2005-06-25 Unilever Social Report 2004 N/A 2004-05-24 Environmental Report and Summary Social Review 2003 N/A Help us transform the world through business Contribute Today Sign Up for Our Bulletin Have a Question?
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Unilever Vietnam | UN Global Compact All Participants Search Who We Are The SDGs Participation Take Action Engage Locally Explore Our Library About News Sign In Contact Us 14,000 companies + 4,000 non-businesses In this section What is the UN Global Compact Our Mission Our Work Our Participants UN Global Compact Strategy 2021–2023 Company Information Company Unilever Vietnam Share Profile Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google+ Type: Company Country: Viet Nam Sector: Household Goods & Home Construction Ownership: Privately Held Global Compact Status: Active Participant Since 24 April 2008 Principles and Global Goals Addressed in their most recent CoP Next Communication on Progress (CoP) due on: 2023-06-23 Human Rights Labour Environment Anti-Corruption Goal 1 Goal 2 Goal 3 Goal 4 Goal 5 Goal 6 Goal 7 Goal 8 Goal 9 Goal 10 Goal 11 Goal 12 Goal 13 Goal 14 Goal 15 Goal 16 Goal 17 Parent Company Country Company Name United Kingdom Unilever Communication On Progress Published On Title Level 2018-06-22 Unilever Communication on Progress Advanced 2017-06-22 Unilever Communication on Progress Advanced 2016-06-24 Unilever Communication on Progress Advanced 2015-06-26 Unilever UNGC Communication on Progress Details Advanced 2014-06-27 Communication on Progress Advanced 2014-03-07 Reporting Cycle Adjustment N/A 2013-04-26 Communication on Progress Advanced 2013-01-07 2012 Communication on Progress Active Note: Responsibility for the content of participants' public communication related to the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact and their implementation lies with participants themselves and not with the UN Global Compact. Parent Communication On Progress Published On Title Level 2022-06-23 Communication on Progress Advanced 2021-06-22 Unilever Communication on Progress 2021 Advanced 2020-06-22 Unilever Communication on Progress 2020 Advanced 2019-06-21 Unilever Communication on Progress 2019 Advanced 2018-06-22 Unilever Communication on Progress Advanced 2017-06-22 Unilever Communication on Progress Advanced 2016-06-24 Unilever Communication on Progress Advanced 2015-06-26 Unilever UNGC Communication on Progress Advanced 2014-06-27 Communication on Progress Advanced 2014-03-05 Reporting Cycle Adjustment N/A 2013-04-26 Communication on Progress Advanced 2012-08-10 Communication on Progress Advanced 2012-06-08 Grace Letter N/A 2011-05-12 2011 Communication on Progress Active 2010-05-19 2010 Communication on Progress N/A 2009-05-26 Sustainable Development Report 2008 N/A 2008-06-24 Sustainable Development Report 2007 N/A 2007-07-03 Unilever Sustainable Development Report 2006 N/A 2006-11-27 Environmental & Social Report 2005 N/A 2005-06-25 Unilever Social Report 2004 N/A 2004-05-24 Environmental Report and Summary Social Review 2003 N/A Help us transform the world through business Contribute Today Sign Up for Our Bulletin Have a Question?
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Egypt Alexbank Communication On Progress Published On Title Level 2022-05-06 Intesa Sanpaolo Advanced COP Advanced 2021-05-07 Intesa Sanpaolo Advanced COP Advanced 2020-05-08 Intesa Sanpaolo Advanced COP Advanced 2019-05-10 Intesa Sanpaolo Advanced COP Advanced 2018-05-14 2017 Intesa Sanpaolo Consolidated Non Financial Statement (Communication on Progress) Advanced 2017-05-22 Intesa Sanpaolo Communication on Progress 2016 Advanced 2016-05-25 Intesa Sanpaolo Communication on Progress 2015 Advanced 2015-05-29 Intesa Sanpalo Communication on Progress 2014 Advanced 2014-06-10 Communication on Progress Advanced 2013-06-25 Intesa Sanpaolo Communication on Progress Advanced 2012-06-29 Communication on Progress Advanced 2011-07-07 2011 Communication on Progress Advanced 2010-08-06 2010 Communication on Progress N/A 2010-07-21 2010 Communication on Progress N/A 2009-07-02 Intesa Sanpaolo's Adoption of the Global Compact Principles N/A 2008-07-11 Intesa Sanpaolo Social Report 2007 N/A 2006-07-11 Sanpaolo IMI 2006 Communication on Progress N/A 2005-07-05 Sanpaolo IMI 2005 Communication on Progress N/A 2004-07-12 2003 Social Report and initiatives for social and financial inclusion N/A Note: Responsibility for the content of participants' public communication related to the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact and their implementation lies with participants themselves and not with the UN Global Compact.
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Contact us Get Involved Get Involved Arbitrary detention Opinions adopted by the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention at its 93rd session Share Navigation Blocks Working Group on Arbitrary Detention Overview About arbitrary detention Mandate International standards Members Annual thematic reports Documents (database) Complaints and urgent appeals Country visits Communications from governments Deliberations Database of the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention Communications by special procedures (database) Opinions adopted by the WGAD About special procedures About special procedures Submitting complaints About country visits Select Select Navigation Blocks Working Group on Arbitrary Detention Overview About arbitrary detention Mandate International standards Members Annual thematic reports Documents (database) Complaints and urgent appeals Country visits Communications from governments Deliberations Database of the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention Communications by special procedures (database) Opinions adopted by the WGAD About special procedures About special procedures Submitting complaints About country visits During its ninety-third session, held from 30 March-8 April 2022, the Working Group adopted opinions: Opinion 1/2022 (Mexico) A/HRC/WGAD/2022/1  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 2/2022 (Kazakhstan) A/HRC/WGAD/2022/2  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 4/2022 (Israel) A/HRC/WGAD/2022/4  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 6/2022 (China) A/HRC/WGAD/2022/6  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 7/2022 (United States of America) A/HRC/WGAD/2022/7  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 8/2022 (Malaysia and Turkey) A/HRC/WGAD/2022/8  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 9/2022 (China) A/HRC/WGAD/2022/9  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 10/2022 (Nicaragua) A/HRC/WGAD/2022/10  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 12/2022 (Turkey) A/HRC/WGAD/2022/12  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 13/2022 (Viet Nam) A/HRC/WGAD/2022/13  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 18/2022 (Turkmenistan) A/HRC/WGAD/2022/18  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 19/2022 (United Arab Emirates) A/HRC/WGAD/2022/19  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 22/2022 (Sri Lanka) A/HRC/WGAD/2022/22  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 24/2022 (Belarus)  A/HRC/WGAD/2022/24  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 26/2022 (Sweden) A/HRC/WGAD/2022/26  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 28/2022 (Australia) A/HRC/WGAD/2022/28  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 29/2022 (United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia) A/HRC/WGAD/2022/29  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 32/2022 (Australia) A/HRC/WGAD/2022/32  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 33/2022 (Australia) A/HRC/WGAD/2022/33  (Advance Edited Version) Opinion 35/2022 (Viet Nam) A/HRC/WGAD/2022/35  (Advance Edited Version) Tags Arbitrary detention Back to top Our Work The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights is the leading United Nations entity in the field of human rights, with a unique mandate to promote and protect all human rights for all people. © OHCHR 1996-2022 Latest Feature Stories Media Center Meetings & Events Resources Databases Library Publications Connect Contact Us Follow us Work With Us Global Social Channels Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Donate Contact Copyrights Privacy Policy Terms of use
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Finance Engagements Business for Peace Signatories GC 100 Principles and Global Goals Addressed in their most recent CoP Next Communication on Progress (CoP) due on: 2023-06-23 Human Rights Labour Environment Anti-Corruption Goal 1 Goal 2 Goal 3 Goal 4 Goal 5 Goal 6 Goal 7 Goal 8 Goal 9 Goal 10 Goal 11 Goal 12 Goal 13 Goal 14 Goal 15 Goal 16 Goal 17 Parent Company Country Company Name United Kingdom Unilever Communication On Progress Published On Title Level 2018-06-22 Unilever Communication on Progress Advanced 2017-09-05 Unilever's Communication on Progress Active 2017-06-22 Unilever Communication on Progress Advanced 2019-10-03 Communication on Progress Active 2016-06-24 Unilever Communication on Progress Advanced 2015-06-26 Unilever UNGC Communication on Progress Details Advanced 2014-06-27 Communication on Progress Advanced 2014-03-07 Reporting Cycle Adjustment N/A 2013-04-26 Communication on Progress Advanced 2013-01-10 2012 Communication on Progress Active 2011-10-06 2011 Communication on Progress Active 2010-11-10 2010 Communication on Progress N/A 2009-11-13 Communication on Progress 2008 N/A Note: Responsibility for the content of participants' public communication related to the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact and their implementation lies with participants themselves and not with the UN Global Compact. Parent Communication On Progress Published On Title Level 2022-06-23 Communication on Progress Advanced 2021-06-22 Unilever Communication on Progress 2021 Advanced 2020-06-22 Unilever Communication on Progress 2020 Advanced 2019-06-21 Unilever Communication on Progress 2019 Advanced 2018-06-22 Unilever Communication on Progress Advanced 2017-06-22 Unilever Communication on Progress Advanced 2016-06-24 Unilever Communication on Progress Advanced 2015-06-26 Unilever UNGC Communication on Progress Advanced 2014-06-27 Communication on Progress Advanced 2014-03-05 Reporting Cycle Adjustment N/A 2013-04-26 Communication on Progress Advanced 2012-08-10 Communication on Progress Advanced 2012-06-08 Grace Letter N/A 2011-05-12 2011 Communication on Progress Active 2010-05-19 2010 Communication on Progress N/A 2009-05-26 Sustainable Development Report 2008 N/A 2008-06-24 Sustainable Development Report 2007 N/A 2007-07-03 Unilever Sustainable Development Report 2006 N/A 2006-11-27 Environmental & Social Report 2005 N/A 2005-06-25 Unilever Social Report 2004 N/A 2004-05-24 Environmental Report and Summary Social Review 2003 N/A Help us transform the world through business Contribute Today Sign Up for Our Bulletin Have a Question?
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Finance Principles and Global Goals Addressed in their most recent CoP Next Communication on Progress (CoP) due on: 2023-06-23 Human Rights Labour Environment Anti-Corruption Goal 1 Goal 2 Goal 3 Goal 4 Goal 5 Goal 6 Goal 7 Goal 8 Goal 9 Goal 10 Goal 11 Goal 12 Goal 13 Goal 14 Goal 15 Goal 16 Goal 17 Parent Company Country Company Name United Kingdom Unilever Communication On Progress Published On Title Level 2018-06-22 Unilever Communication on Progress Advanced 2017-06-22 Unilever Communication on Progress Advanced 2016-06-24 Unilever Communication on Progress Advanced 2015-06-26 Unilever UNGC Communication on Progress Details Advanced 2014-06-27 Communication on Progress Advanced 2014-03-07 Reporting Cycle Adjustment N/A 2013-04-26 Communication on Progress Advanced 2013-01-10 2012 Communication on Progress Active 2010-07-20 2010 Communication on Progress N/A 2008-07-16 Communication of Progress -2008 N/A 2007-07-18 Communication of Progress -2007 N/A 2007-01-29 COP 2006 N/A 2005-06-22 HLL - Citizen Lever - CSR Communication N/A Note: Responsibility for the content of participants' public communication related to the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact and their implementation lies with participants themselves and not with the UN Global Compact. Parent Communication On Progress Published On Title Level 2022-06-23 Communication on Progress Advanced 2021-06-22 Unilever Communication on Progress 2021 Advanced 2020-06-22 Unilever Communication on Progress 2020 Advanced 2019-06-21 Unilever Communication on Progress 2019 Advanced 2018-06-22 Unilever Communication on Progress Advanced 2017-06-22 Unilever Communication on Progress Advanced 2016-06-24 Unilever Communication on Progress Advanced 2015-06-26 Unilever UNGC Communication on Progress Advanced 2014-06-27 Communication on Progress Advanced 2014-03-05 Reporting Cycle Adjustment N/A 2013-04-26 Communication on Progress Advanced 2012-08-10 Communication on Progress Advanced 2012-06-08 Grace Letter N/A 2011-05-12 2011 Communication on Progress Active 2010-05-19 2010 Communication on Progress N/A 2009-05-26 Sustainable Development Report 2008 N/A 2008-06-24 Sustainable Development Report 2007 N/A 2007-07-03 Unilever Sustainable Development Report 2006 N/A 2006-11-27 Environmental & Social Report 2005 N/A 2005-06-25 Unilever Social Report 2004 N/A 2004-05-24 Environmental Report and Summary Social Review 2003 N/A Help us transform the world through business Contribute Today Sign Up for Our Bulletin Have a Question?
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RESOLUTION ITU-R 57-2 Principles for the process of development of IMT-Advanced (2007-2012-2015) The ITU Radiocommunication Assembly, considering a) that Question ITU-R 229/5 addresses the future development of the terrestrial component of IMT; b) that Recommendation ITU-R M.1645 defines the framework and overall objectives of the future development of IMT-2000 and systems beyond IMT-2000 for the radio access network based on the global user and technology trends, and the needs of developing countries; c) that Resolution ITU-R 56 specifies the nomenclature for the future development of IMT-2000 and systems beyond IMT-2000 through names uniquely associated with the advancement and continuation of International Mobile Telecommunications (IMT); d) that the future development of IMT-2000 and IMT-Advanced is foreseen to address the need for higher data rates than those of currently deployed IMT-2000 systems; e) that, for global operation and economy of scale, which are key requirements for the success of mobile telecommunication systems, it is desirable to agree on a harmonized time-frame for developing common technical, operational and spectrum-related parameters of systems, taking account of relevant IMT-2000 and other experience; f) that maximizing the commonality between IMT-Advanced air interfaces may lead to reduced complexity and a lower incremental cost of multi-mode terminals; g) that consensus-building is used to facilitate agreements within ITU-R, noting a) that pursuant to Article 44 of the ITU Constitution, Member States shall endeavour to apply the latest technical advances as soon as possible; b) that globally harmonized spectrum for IMT-Advanced is desirable; c) that the ITU process for IMT standardization has been essentially beneficial to the development of mobile telecommunications, recognizing a) that ITU-R has policies regarding Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) as expressed in Resolution ITU-R 1 as well as in Administrative Circular CA/148 (dated 15 April 2005), in which “attention is drawn to the importance of early disclosure and declaration of patents in order to avoid potential problems in the approval and eventual application of ITU-R Recommendations”; b) that a consensus-building process should ensure the potential for wide industry support of the radio interfaces that are developed for IMT-Advanced and that there is an expectation that the development of candidate radio interface technologies will take into account the objectives recommended in Recommendation ITU-R M.1645; c) the importance of facilitating global circulation; 2 d) that the IMT-Advanced standardization process should be streamlined to incorporate the latest technology innovations to address user needs; e) that the term “IMT-Advanced” be applied to those systems, system components, and related aspects that include new radio interface(s) that support the new capabilities of systems beyond IMT-20001; f) that ITU is the internationally recognized organization that has sole responsibility to define and to recommend the standards and frequency arrangements for IMT systems, with the collaboration of other relevant organizations such as standard development organizations, universities, industry organizations and with partnership projects, forums, consortia and research collaborations; g) that wireless access technologies that may address some of the capabilities of systems beyond IMT-2000 have been or are being developed for deployment within or prior to the time- frames expressed in Recommendation ITU-R M.1645; h) that adequate spectrum identification on a global basis is a prerequisite for the success of the future development of IMT-2000 and systems beyond IMT-2000, although new technologies might assist in this task; j) that the details related to IMT-2000, future development of IMT-2000 and systems beyond IMT-2000 will be specified in Recommendations and Reports to be developed taking into account the framework established in Recommendation ITU-R M.1645, “Framework and overall objectives of the future development of IMT-2000 and systems beyond IMT-2000”; k) that particular needs of developing countries must be considered with the aim of bridging the existing digital divide, with the objective of facilitating interoperability of different radio interfaces, resolves 1 to develop the Recommendations and Reports for IMT-Advanced, including Recommendation(s) for radio interface specifications; 2 that the development of Recommendations and Reports for IMT-Advanced shall be an ongoing and timely process with defined outputs that take into account developments external to ITU-R; 3 that radio interface technologies that are proposed to be considered for IMT-Advanced shall be developed based on submissions from Member States, Sector Members and Associates of relevant ITU-R study groups, and may additionally be based on submissions invited from external organizations, in accordance with the principles set out in Resolution ITU-R 9; 4 that the process for developing Recommendations and Reports for IMT-Advanced shall give equal opportunity to all proposed technologies to be evaluated against the requirements for IMT-Advanced; 5 that new radio interfaces that are developed over time should be considered for inclusion in IMT-Advanced in a timely fashion, and, if appropriate, that the relevant Recommendations be revised; _______________ 1 As described in Recommendation ITU-R M.1645, systems beyond IMT-2000 will encompass the capabilities of previous systems, and the enhancement and future developments of IMT-2000 that fulfil the criteria in resolves 2 of Resolution ITU-R 56 may also be part of IMT-Advanced. 3 6 that, in light of the above resolves, this process shall include: a) the definition of minimum technical requirements and evaluation criteria, based on the framework and overall objectives of IMT-Advanced, that support the new capabilities expressed in Recommendation ITU-R M.1645, taking into account end-user requirements and without unnecessary legacy requirements; b) an invitation for Members of ITU-R, through a circular letter, to propose candidate radio interface technologies for IMT-Advanced; c) additionally, an invitation to other organizations to propose candidate radio interface technologies for IMT-Advanced, under the scope of liaison and collaboration with such other organizations through Resolution ITU-R 9. In such invitations the attention of these organizations shall be drawn to the current ITU-R Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) policies; d) an evaluation by ITU-R of the radio interface technologies proposed for IMT-Advanced to ensure that they meet the requirements and criteria defined in 6 a) above. Such an evaluation may utilize the principles for interaction of ITU-R with other organizations as detailed in Resolution ITU-R 9; e) consensus-building with the objective of achieving harmonization in response to the considering and recognizing paragraphs of this Resolution and which would have the potential for wide industry support of the radio interfaces that are developed for IMT-Advanced; f) a standardization phase where ITU-R develops the IMT-Advanced radio interface specification Recommendation(s) based on the results of an evaluation report (defined in resolves 6 d)) and of consensus-building (defined in resolves 6 e)) ensuring that the specifications meet the technical requirements and evaluation criteria as defined in 6 a) or 6 g).
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Score: 377650.22 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...es/R-RES-R.57-2-2015-PDF-E.pdf
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United States – The Role of Advance Rulings and Administrative Procedures in TFA Implementation (G/TFA/W/7) • The United States thanks the Committee for considering its communication regarding the role of advance rulings and administrative procedures in implementing the TFA. • We submitted this communication to share the best practices we have learned from our experience in developing, implementing, and maintaining an advance ruling program. (...) The system is supported by consistent and transparent communication within CBP and with traders. • The United States encourages all Members to share their views and experiences concerning advance rulings, including the different scale and practices in their advance rulings programs and the use of advance rulings by their exporters. (...) The US looks forward to working with Members seeking further information in establishing an advance rulings regime or expanding an existing advance rulings program.
Language:English
Score: 376920.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...meet_oct18_statement_usa_e.pdf
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