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Revised terms of reference for SP visits June 2016 June 2016 Document adopted at the 23rd Annual Meeting of Special Procedures 6 to 10 June 2016, Geneva Twenty-third Annual Meeting of special rapporteurs, representatives, independent experts and chairpersons of working groups of the Human Rights Council Item IV – thematic issues and working methods Revised Terms of Reference for country visits by Special Procedures mandate holders of the United Nations Human Rights Council (based on Appendix V, E/CN.4/1998/45) During country visits, special procedures mandate holders of the United Nations Human Rights Council, as well as United Nations staff accompanying them, should be given the following guarantees and facilities by the Government that invited them to visit its country: (a) Freedom of movement in any part of the country, including facilitation of transport, particularly to restricted areas; (b) Freedom of inquiry, in particular as regards: (i) Contacts with central and local authorities of all branches of government; (ii) Private contacts with representatives of civil society, including non- governmental organizations, other private institutions and the media; (iii) Confidential and unsupervised contact with witnesses and other private persons, including persons deprived of their liberty, considered necessary to fulfil the mandate of the mandate holder; (iv) Access to all prisons, detention centres and places of interrogation as considered necessary by the mandate holder to fulfil his or her mandate; and (v) Full access to all documentary materials relevant to the mandate; (c) Assurance by the Government that no person or group of persons, whether acting in their official or individual capacities, who cooperate, seek to cooperate, or have cooperated with the mandate holder in relation to the mandate, will for this reason suffer intimidation, threats, harassment or punishment, be subjected to judicial proceedings or to any other kind of reprisals by any means whatsoever; assurance that any measures that could deter such cooperation or be perceived as such, will be avoided. These assurances should apply before, during and after the conduct of country visits. (d) Appropriate security arrangements without, however, restricting the freedom of movement and inquiry referred to above; (e) Extension of the same guarantees and facilities mentioned above to the appropriate United Nations staff who will assist the special procedures mandate holder before, during and after the visit.
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Score: 941195.3 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ments/HRBodies/SP/ToRs2016.pdf
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More to explore Page Quality assurance for medicines and nutrition products Ensuring the safety and quality of sensitive products that support children’s healthcare Visit the page Link Global Fund IVD quality assurance policy UNICEF’s procurement of HIV/AIDS, Malaria, Syphilis and Hepatitis B and C test kits is in line with Global Fund IVD quality assurance policy. Visit the site Page Technical standards and requirements Consult the international standards and regulatory frameworks that UNICEF applies to ensure the safety and quality of products for children. Visit the page Page Ethics in UNICEF supply operations UNICEF promotes and maintains the highest level of ethical standards, which are upheld and observed in all our relationships and business activities.
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Score: 937314.8 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/ensuring-quality
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This is a risk-based framework in which office carry out micro-assessment to determine the financial and procurement management capacities of particular partners, and use the results to determine amount and frequency assurance activities. The latter include programmatic visits that assess progress of activities and report any constraints, spot checks of the partner’s financial management, and audits. (...) Also, programmatic visits required by the programme documents were not included in the assurance plan. (...) Assurance activity tracking: The country office maintained an assurance activity tracking sheet that compiled information and recommendations resulting from audits, programme visits and spot checks.
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Score: 932384.5 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...Report-Jordan-audit-report.pdf
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Standards, policy and practice in the field of social work with the focus on quality assurance | UNICEF Skip to main content Kazakhstan Toggle navigation русский Қазақша English Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Kazakhstan EXPLORE UNICEF About us Children of Kazakhstan UNICEF Representative in Kazakhstan UNICEF Deputy Representative in Kazakhstan UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in Kazakhstan Contact us Our partners Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) The policy brief is the result of UNICEF Kazakhstan consultancy on a review of Standards, policy and practice in the field of social work with the focus on quality assurance. For background and more details, see the full report. (...) Author(s) Anita Ramsak Publication date January 2019 Languages Russian, English Download Download file (PDF, 672,10 KB) Related topics Social and economic policy Social skills Kazakhstan More to explore Press release 29 September 2022 Listening to Kazakhstan: Survey Spotlights Challenges Along With Optimism on Economic Prospects Visit the page Press release 12 May 2022 More than 20,000 young Kazakhstanis, including the most vulnerable, have acquired unique business skills Visit the page Press release 31 March 2022 "Heroes of Children": UNICEF photo exhibition opens in Nur Sultan Visit the page Press release 18 February 2022 UNICEF: 2000 Kazakhstani girls will learn how to assemble a nanosatellite Visit the page Footer English language UNICEF Home What we do Stories Press centre Research and reports Vacancies About us Children of Kazakhstan Contact us Partner with UNICEF Related links UNICEF Connect UNICEF Stories Voices of Youth Faces of UNICEF Donate Social Footer Secondary Legal Contact us Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 929019.1 - https://www.unicef.org/kazakhs...l-work-focus-quality-assurance
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It should also be used to determine the type and frequency of assurance activities, including spot checks, programmatic visits, and audits that will be needed for UNICEF to obtain adequate assurance that the cash provided to that partner has been used as intended. (...) The audit noted the following. Scheduling of assurance activity: For spot checks, offices did strive to use the partners’ risk rating (as determined by the micro-assessments, or assumed high risk) to select and schedule programmatic visits. (...) But the assurance plans did not reflect this requirement for additional programmatic visits.
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Score: 923452 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...ACT-at-UNICEF-audit-report.pdf
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Quality Assurance Requirements for Education Products | UNICEF Supply Division Skip to main content Supply Division Toggle navigation Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Supply Division EXPLORE UNICEF About us Supply Catalogue Supply annual reports Work for UNICEF Contact us Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do For suppliers and service providers For governments and partners Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Document Quality Assurance Requirements for Education Products About The following Quality Assurance (QA) Requirements will be required as a minimum for all education items procured by UNICEF. (...) Explore our work Page Procurement services Our technical and market knowledge, cost-effective procurement and transparent processes make us the unparalleled procurement partner to purchase supplies. Visit the page Document Education tender calendar 2022 Find out how suppliers can express their interest in participating in our solicitation process.
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Score: 922314 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...equirements-education-products
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The audit team reviewed the quality of HACT audits and programmatic visits, two major components of the assurance plan. (...) However, the office had not considered how this might change in the risk profile of these three partners, or appropriately adjusted the frequency of assurance activities— particularly with respect to programmatic visits— in its risk-based assurance plan. (...) Ensure micro-assessments and programmatic visits are properly carried out to generate the required assurance over the use of funds and the activities being funded. ii.
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Score: 919010.4 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...Mali%20Country%20Office%20.pdf
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Further, a review of the assurance plan for 2015 showed that it omitted 13 planned programmatic visits and nine spot checks that should have been done, according to the HACT criteria. (...) The office did have an in-house report format for follow-up actions programmatic visits and spot checks. However, the audit found that the recommendations issued had been followed up for only 22 out of 77 assurance activity reports during 2015. (...) Assign accountabilities and establish follow-up mechanisms for recommendations stemming from spot checks and programmatic visits. Responsible staff members: Quality Assurance Officer and Deputy Representative Date by which action will be taken: April 2017 Programme monitoring Programme monitoring is meant to provide assurance that results reported by the partner are accurate.
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Score: 916735.1 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...ountry-Office-audit-report.pdf
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The audit found that a large number of programmatic visits had not been implemented, resulting in insufficient assurance that expected results had been achieved. (...) The office was unable to complete the majority of its planned programmatic visits mainly due to the COVID-19 pandemic that restricted the movement of staff, and because high-risk assurance activities were not prioritized. (...) In exceptional cases when programme visits cannot be carried out, it should minimize the assurance risk through the application of appropriate compensating procedures. ii.
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Score: 914584.3 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...20Kenya%20Country%20Office.pdf
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UN NATIONAL QUALITY ASSURANCE FRAM | Shop.un.org : Official Source for United Nations Books and More Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search form Search Toggle navigation Books Authors Series Subjects Librarians Databases Distributors Educators Catalogue Standing Orders Rights & Permissions Subscriptions Shopping cart You are here Shop » UN NATIONAL QUALITY ASSURANCE FRAM English Subjects(s): Economic and Social Development Region(s): World United Nations National Quality Assurance Frameworks Manual for Official Statistics Author: UN , DESA Publication date: November 2019 Page count: 130 Language(s) in this book: English Sales number: 20.XVII.4 Available Formats $45.00 ISBN: 9789212591285 Add to cart PDF $22.50 ISBN: 9789210044769 Add to cart About the product The United Nations National Quality Assurance Frameworks Manual for Official Statistics was adopted by the Statistical Commission of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations in March 2019, and welcomed as an important contribution for guiding countries in the implementation of a national quality assurance framework, including for new data sources, new data providers, and data and statistics on the Sustainable Development Goal indicators. Building on and replacing the generic template and guidelines adopted in 2012, the Manual contains recommendations on quality assurance for official statistics, the United Nations National Quality Assurance Framework and practical guidance for developing and implementing a national quality assurance framework. The Manual is intended for use by anyone interested in or working on quality assurance of official statistics. RELATED TITLES ABOUT Economic and Social Development OVRCM INQLTY TWRD NEW ECO SOC CON ASIA PFIC DGTAL TRSFMTN RPT 2022 DNGER UNAID GBL AIDS UPDTE 2022 TRANS CORP V29 #2 Back to top Promoting the work and knowledge of the UN through marketing, sales and distribution of publications, data and merchandise Customer Service Contact Us Shipping Policy Returns Policy Special Sales Catalogue About Who We Are Sales Proceeds Visit the Bookshop Tour the UN Follow Us Facebook Twitter Instagram Issuu LinkedIn Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice Fraud Alert × Subscripe
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Score: 903655.3 - https://shop.un.org/books/un-n...l-quality-assurance-fram-88301
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