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UN Search عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español   Home Contact us FAQs UN-Water Water for Life Decade ON THE DECADE About the Decade Decade's Milestones THE DECADE'S CAMPAIGN You make the Decade! (...) Information brief on Alternative Dispute Resolution [ - 533] This brief provides information on Alternative Dispute Resolution methods: what are the key approaches and techniques? (...) The brief also highlights some conditions for success and some examples. >> Conference Home About the Conference >> Organizers >> Key questions >> Expected outcomes >> Agenda >> Participants Conference background >> International Year and WWD 2013 >> UN initiatives on water cooperation >> UN Water Convention >> UN Watercourses Convention >> Challenges for water cooperation >> Addressing cooperation: tools and mechanisms >> Mediation and dispute resolution mechanisms >> Alternative Dispute Resolution Approaches Sessions and Cases >> Water cooperation: nations and stakeholders >> Water cooperation in rural areas >> Water cooperation in cities >> Interview questions for case study presenters Side events >> World Water Day 2013 >> World Water Week 2013 >> The UN Global Compact >> Intensively developed aquifers >> Stakeholders platforms in Spain >> Field visits Resources >> Cases on water cooperation >> Conference daily >> Conference flyer >> Conference interviews >> Conference poster >> Information briefs >> Presentations from participants >> UN water cooperation reports >> Video interviews with participants >> Video recording of sessions >> Water cooperation in the media >> Web banners Copyright | Terms of use | Privacy notice | Site Index | Fraud alert | Help no google analytics no google analytics no google analytics
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Special Envoy Martin Griffiths, the senior UN official facilitating the talks, said that the resumption of the political process, after two-and-a-half years, is an “important milestone” and the presence of the two delegations shows that they are ready to work together. (...) Resumption of the political process, is an “important milestone” and the presence of the two delegations shows that they are ready to work together – UN envoy Griffiths, as ‘milestone’ talks get underway in #Sweden ▶️ https://t.co/5CmzuuvFbK #Yemen #UNNewsStory @OSE_Yemen pic.twitter.com/H0ueAa60xy — UN News (@UN_News_Centre) December 6, 2018 UN chief urges ‘flexibility’ Secretary-General António Guterres welcomed the consultations and urged the parties to make progress “by exercising flexibility and engaging in good faith and without pre-conditions”.   (...) “The coming days are a milestone, it is an important event, a significant event, do not waver, let none of us waver in spite of the challenges we may face.
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Score: 1063838.7 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2018/12/1027821
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The adoption of the Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products on 12 November was a significant milestone. This sets out the rules for combating illegal trade through supply chain control and international cooperation. (...) A process was established for further developing policy options and recommendations on Article 17 and 18, which concerns economically sustainable alternatives to tobacco growing, in time for the next session.
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Score: 1060253.3 - https://www.who.int/fctc/cop/sessions/fifth_session_cop/en/
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Responsibilities: The CAG will oversee the consultation process, and review and synthesize comments received from the PMNCH members’ and the broader RMNCH+A community on the updated Global Strategy through its January to September 2015 development and consultation process. Milestones in the CAG process will be determined in coordination with the Global Strategy’s own development process, to be finalized by the end of 2014. (...) The proposed constitution of the CAG is as follows and subject to constituency ability to put representatives forward: • Youth Non-Governmental Organization (1 representative + alternate) • Non-Governmental Organizations (1 representative + alternate) • Academic, Research and Training Institutes (1 representative + alternate) • Donors and Foundations (1 representative + alternate) • Health Care Professional Associations (1 representative + alternate) • Multilateral Organizations (1 representative + alternate) • Partner Countries (2 representatives+ 2 alternates to include individual countries or networks, unions of countries, for example the Africa Union or H4+) • Private Sector (1 representative + alternate) • Representative of the UN Secretary-General’s Office • Invited observers, as may be appropriate Each constituency is able to select an alternate to their member as well, in the event that the named member is not available for any particular meeting. Alternates are invited to join the Secretariat Hosted by the World Health Organization and Board Chaired by Mrs Graça Machel Page 3 of 3 CAG meetings.
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Score: 1057736.3 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/abou...c_meeting_february2015_042.pdf
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An important milestone for women, peace and security | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Nav toggle Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved Global Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved Locations Home Blog An important milestone for women, peace and security An important milestone for women, peace and security Posted November 10, 2020 Asako Okai UN Assistant Secretary-General and Director, UNDP Crisis Bureau   The 20 th anniversary of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 (UNSCR 1325) on women, peace and security marks an important milestone for the Decade of Action, to deliver the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. (...) UNDP is also assisting, through the ‘Women’s Rapid Action and Mobilization Platform’, female mediators and grassroots activists, to pioneer peace education and conflict mediation, develop alternative narratives, tackle misinformation, hate, discrimination and the corruption of faith-based learning.
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Score: 1056984 - https://www.undp.org/blog/impo...stone-women-peace-and-security
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How babies learn through play | UNICEF Parenting Skip to main content Parenting Toggle navigation Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Parenting QUICK LINKS About COVID-19 guide for parents Developmental milestones Mini parenting master classes Parenting inspiration Partners Sign up Main navigation Child Development Child Care Health Food and nutrition Search area has closed. (...) Alison Gopnik, Ph.D.: The answer seems to be that imagining alternative worlds and being able to think about the world differently than it actually is one of the most powerful capacities human beings have as adults. (...) Find out why it's the most important language in the world Watch now Footer UNICEF Parenting Child development Developmental milestones Child care Food and nutrition Health COVID-19 guide for parents About UNICEF Parenting Discover more about UNICEF Where we work Take action for children Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1053755 - https://www.unicef.org/parenti.../how-babies-learn-through-play
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ITU Members agree to new milestones for non-geostationary satellite deployment - ITU Hub This website will offer limited functionality in this browser. (...) Skip to content About ITU Radiocommunication Standardization Development Menu News Publications Membership Open site search × ITU User Account News Publications Membership About ITU Radiocommunication Standardization Development Search the site Search Close search form ITU Members agree to new milestones for non-geostationary satellite deployment Home News ITU Members agree to new milestones for non-geostationary satellite deployment ITU Members agree to new milestones for non-geostationary satellite deployment News 30 Jan 2020 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share via URL Delegates representing ITU Member States have agreed at the  World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-19)  in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, to adopt an innovative new milestone-based approach for the deployment of  non-geostationary satellite  (NGSO) systems in specific radio-frequency bands and services. (...) Close ITU Members agree to new milestones for non-geostationary satellite deployment Close Please fill in the form below to get your copy.
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Score: 1051094.9 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2020/0...ationary-satellite-deployment/
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That’s why UNICEF is helping the government to end the placement of children in large institutions and to transform institutions to support community based family like alternatives. One of the alternatives for children who cannot grow up in a family, is a small group home, like the one in Berovo. For the past nine years, it’s provided children a safe and caring family like environment and serves as a model for community based alternatives to care in a large-scale institution. How does the Small Group Home in Berovo replicate family life? (...) “Becoming more responsible is an important milestone for them, as they will have to be able to do well on their own, once they turn 18 years of age,” Krzhoska says.
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Score: 1047439.1 - https://www.unicef.org/northma...ldren-sense-love-and-belonging
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Impact-level indicators Impact indicators Baseline Milestones (2025) Goals target Disaggregation categories Means of verification 1. (...) Goal Area-level (outcome) indicators Outcome indicators Baseline Milestones (2025) Goals target Disaggregation categories Means of verification 1. (...) Goal Area-level (outcome) indicators Outcome indicators Baseline Milestones (2025) Goals target Disaggregation categories Means of verification 1.
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Score: 1046409.3 - https://www.unicef.org/executi...egic_Plan_2022-2025-EN-ODS.pdf
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. ● Countries improved partnership with stakeholders and mobilized resources for activities on WASH in HCFs (KGZ, TJK) ● Countries used available tools (education posters, guidelines, information for schools) to strengthen WASH and in particular hygiene in schools reopening during the COVID19 pandemic Main achievements: Contributing to the global agenda ● Increased number of countries in the region were able to provide estimates for WASH services in schools and healthcare facilities as part of the JMP reporting https://washdata.org/sites/default/files/2020 -08/jmp -2020-wash-schools.pdf ● Work under the Protocol and case study examples of several countries was included in the Global Progress Report on WASH in Health Care Facilities: Fundamentals First https://washdata.org/sites/default/files/2020-12/WHO-UNICEF-2020-wash-in-hcf.pdf ● Progress also presented at the WHA side event “Meeting the Challenge of COVID-19: Achieving Sustainable WASH-safe Health Care Facilities in the 2020s” in May 2020. https://washdata.org/sites/default/files/2020-08/jmp-2020-wash-schools.pdf https://washdata.org/sites/default/files/2020-12/WHO-UNICEF-2020-wash-in-hcf.pdf Lessons learnt for future work a) Need for alternative and flexible ways of delivering capacity building and implementation activities b) Need for strengthening attention on WASH from other sectors and increase cross-sectorial collaboration to integrate WASH as a strong basis for IPC, outbreak preparedness, patient safe ty and occupational health c) Need for review national monitoring and surveillance systems and take actions to harmonise with SDG 6 monitoring efforts d) Even more need for sound and empiric data to inform improvement work and more efficient use of available data Plans for future work in this area: priority milestones Subregional workshop on WinS (Co-hosted by Belarus 22-24 June 2021 Virtual format) Finalise a report of baseline assessment of WASH in HCFs in HUN, MDA, TJK (2021) Support the national assessment of WASH in HCFs in GEO and MNE (2021) Regional evidence report on WASH in health-care facilities (2022) Surveillance tool for WASH in health-care facilities(2022 ) Thank you for your attention! Institutional Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Objectives for WinS for 2020-2022 Objectives for WinHCF for 2020-2022 The COVID-19 context Status of activities Main achievements: Country work progress Main achievements: Contributing to the global agenda Lessons learnt for future work Plans for future work in this area: priority milestones Thank you for your attention!
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Score: 1041279.3 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...st%20WASH_Marta%20Vargha_0.pdf
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