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Believe in Better – A working paper on young people’s inclusion in accountability processes - Office of the Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations English Français Español Search for: Home Envoy On Youth About the Envoy Envoy on Youth’s Workplan Paid Fellowships Annual Report 2021 Annual Report 2020 Youth2030 About the Strategy Progress Report Tools and Resources Toolkit SDG Accountability Youth SDG Dashboard Sustainable Development Climate Action Education Skills and Employment Innovation Human Rights Gender Equality LGBTIQ+ Advocacy Queer Youth Dialogues Disability Inclusion Political Participation Indigenous Youth Humanitarian Action Engaging Safely at the UN Peace and Security Youth, Peace & Security Agenda High-Level Global Conference Protection in Civic Space Digital Safety Youth Representatives Young Leaders for the SDGs Youth Advisory Group on Climate Change News Get in Touch Youth2030 Pulse Twitter Facebook Instagram TikTok Contact Us Believe in Better – A working paper on young people’s inclusion in accountability processes Believe in Better – A working paper on young people’s inclusion in accountability processes New York, 22 May 2020 Accountability, it can sound quite dry and quite abstract, I know. (...) This is why today we are launching a new working paper, titled “Believe in Better”. It has been developed in partnership between my office and ActionAid Denmark, supported by Restless Development and the Major Group for Children and Youth (MGCY). Believe in Better provides a snapshot of some of the lived experiences of young people around the world, based on their stories and feedback.
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Score: 608858.5 - https://www.un.org/youthenvoy/...n-in-accountability-processes/
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SC-RG5/42 22 October 1996 EUTELSAT comments on Draft Reports from SC-4 and SC-5 Rapporteurs General Comment We believe the two Draft Reports give a clear, comprehensive and fair picture of all issues examined and are well structured and written. (...) That sentence makes clear that the term refers to Intergovernmental Organizations Operating Satellite Systems (IOOSSs), which is the term used in the Convention (Article 23). We believe that the term used in the Convention has been chosen with care. (...) Whilst agreeing with the first sentence as accurately reflecting the substance of our contribution, we however believe the rest of that paragraph misinterprets what we were saying in support of our suggestion.
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Score: 608858.5 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu...7/rsc/sc5/reports2/050_ww6.doc
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"Anything is achievable, if you believe you can" | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Papua New Guinea Who we are What we do Our Impact Get involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our Impact Get involved English Locations Home Papua New Guinea "Anything is achievable, if you believe you can" "Anything is achievable, if you believe you can" March 31, 2022 Elissa says she feels fortunate when requested to travel on mission and to visit duty stations in the provinces. (...) She says that her drive comes down to two things: her children, and always striving for success. “I believe my children reflect my influence as a parent, to guide them through life. (...) “Success is another motivating factor for me, at an early age my late dad instilled in me that anything is achievable if you believe you can, he taught me to always strive for success”.
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Score: 608858.5 - https://www.undp.org/papua-new...ievable-if-you-believe-you-can
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SC-RG5/42 22 October 1996 EUTELSAT comments on Draft Reports from SC-4 and SC-5 Rapporteurs General Comment We believe the two Draft Reports give a clear, comprehensive and fair picture of all issues examined and are well structured and written. (...) That sentence makes clear that the term refers to Intergovernmental Organizations Operating Satellite Systems (IOOSSs), which is the term used in the Convention (Article 23). We believe that the term used in the Convention has been chosen with care. (...) Whilst agreeing with the first sentence as accurately reflecting the substance of our contribution, we however believe the rest of that paragraph misinterprets what we were saying in support of our suggestion.
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Score: 608858.5 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu...7/rsc/sc4/reports2/050_ww6.doc
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Blaskic case: the defence requests issuance of a subpoena to the "Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina" compelling the production of documents "believed exculpatory". Press Release · Communiqué de presse (Exclusively for the use of the media. Not an official document) CC/PIO/162-E The Hague, 28 February 1997 BLASKIC CASE: THE DEFENCE REQUESTS ISSUANCE OF A SUBPOENA TO THE "REPUBLIC OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA" COMPELLING THE PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS "BELIEVED EXCULPATORY" In a motion filed on 28 February 1997, the Counsel for Defendant BLASKIC requested that the Tribunal issues a subpoena duces tecum compelling the production " by the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) of certain documents believed exculpatory (...) that are not otherwise available to the Defence ". According to the latter, " [t]hese documents are believed to be material, relevant and exculpatory to the accused, and therefore crucial for the Defense's adequate preparation for trial ".
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Score: 608858.5 - https://www.icty.org/fr/node/1804
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Blaskic case: the defence requests issuance of a subpoena to the "Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina" compelling the production of documents "believed exculpatory". Press Release · Communiqué de presse (Exclusively for the use of the media. Not an official document) CC/PIO/162-E The Hague, 28 February 1997 BLASKIC CASE: THE DEFENCE REQUESTS ISSUANCE OF A SUBPOENA TO THE "REPUBLIC OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA" COMPELLING THE PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS "BELIEVED EXCULPATORY" In a motion filed on 28 February 1997, the Counsel for Defendant BLASKIC requested that the Tribunal issues a subpoena duces tecum compelling the production " by the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) of certain documents believed exculpatory (...) that are not otherwise available to the Defence ". According to the latter, " [t]hese documents are believed to be material, relevant and exculpatory to the accused, and therefore crucial for the Defense's adequate preparation for trial ".
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Score: 608858.5 - https://www.icty.org/fr/press/...nia-and-herzegovina-compelling
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Chairman, my delegation believes that the Secretary-General' s report provides convincing justification for approving the DC-5 option although we have a few clarifying questions, but we are only one delegation. (...) It is clear that we will not be able to take action on this report during the current session, but we should not allow time to be wasted between now and our next opportunity to address this important issue. We do not believe that we need to explore more options. Rather we believe that we should focus on getting answers to our questions. (...) Chairman, my delegation is keeping an open mind, but we believe that with the facts and analysis we have currently, the DC-5 option is both the most viable and cost effective option.
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Score: 608672.27 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...014-15_LTA_United%20States.pdf
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The multifaceted role we assume when we take up the Presidency has, I believe, prepared us to be at the forefront of efforts to support and promote the United Nations General Assembly and to enhance its capacity to address the myriad issues on the global agenda. (...) This leaves Council members free to help build consensus, to take impartial stances and to garner support for the General Assembly and the United Nations. I believe that in the current international environment, the Council cannot play its role according to a script. (...) I believe that members of the Council might continue to advise the sitting President of their availability to participate in interactive events under the auspices of the General Assembly.
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Score: 608587.7 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/presi...ements/20040204-presidents.pdf
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Introduction If you believe a UNDP-supported project or programme has harmed, or is likely to harm, you, your community, or the environment, you may request help from UNDP’s Social and Environmental Compliance Unit and/or UNDP’s Stakeholder Response Mechanism. Compliance Review – Responding to Concerns Relating to UNDP Social and Environmental Commitments The Social and Environmental Compliance Unit (SECU) investigates complaints from project-affected communities and individuals who believe UNDP has not complied with its social and environmental commitments, and recommends measures to address findings of non-compliance. (...) Any person or community who believes the environment or their wellbeing may be affected by a UNDP-supported project or programme may file a complaint.
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Score: 608338.9 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f.../undp-secu-srm-onepager-en.pdf
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I donate to UNICEF because I believe it is an organisation with a worthy cause. (...) I believe that UNICEF embodies these same values and beliefs. I donate to UNICEF because I believe it is an organisation with a worthy cause.
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Score: 608338.9 - https://www.unicef.org/southaf.../every-child-deserves-be-happy
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