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Han Seung-soo, President of the 56th Session of the General Assembly, at the Debate on “Causes of conflict and the promotion of durable peace and sustainable development in Africa” Before inviting representatives of the Member States to speak on this important agenda item, I wish to make several observations on the urgent need for the international community to support the African states in their efforts to achieve durable peace and sustainable development. (...) NEPAD draws its strength from the determination of Africans to overcome underdevelopment and marginalization. (...) I urge the United Nations System to provide maximum support for African states and to help foster a productive and mutually beneficial partnership between Africa and the international community and civil society, including the private sector.
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Score: 1091680 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/presi...statements/20011203-africa.pdf
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Now is the time to be crystal clear: we will prioritize clean cooking and call on member states, multilateral institutions, private sector, finance and civil society to join us in making clean cooking a priority, because: ➢ Clean cooking is beneficial for climate change and clean air. ➢ Clean cooking saves lives. ➢ Clean cooking is good for gender and development. (...) Prioritize access to clean cooking in national planning and policies, including energy planning, COVID economic recovery planning, and Nationally Determined Contributions to the Paris Agreement. 3. Provide international support to clean cooking transitions that reflect diverse users' needs and market conditions, including through making clean cooking a priority in climate finance. 4.
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Score: 1091680 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...n_clean_cooking_30july2021.pdf
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The present chapter focuses on how to enable the scientific and technological community, which includes, among others, engineers, architects, industrial designers, urban planners and other professionals and policy makers, to make a more open and effective contribution to the decision-making processes concerning environment and development. It is important that the role of science and technology in human affairs be more widely known and better understood, both by decision makers who help determine public policy and by the general public. (...) The public should be assisted in communicating their sentiments to the scientific and technological community concerning how science and technology might be better managed to affect their lives in a beneficial way. By the same token, the independence of the scientific and technological community to investigate and publish without restriction and to exchange their findings freely must be assured.
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Score: 1091680 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd_aofw_mg/mg_scietechcomm.shtml
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The international community must adopt a clear-cut position in this regard so that the process of self-determination will not run contrary to the principles of sovereignty and territorial integrity of a state. (...) The assistance is many faceted and they particularly make great contribution to the process of Georgia's democratic transformation. (...) In closing, let me stress again that it is the dialogue and cooperation that should determine the fate of the men-kind. For this purpose we need the UN of wide, coherent and determined capabilities.
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Score: 1088853.9 - https://www.un.org/webcast/ga/.../statements/011116georgiaE.htm
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Microsoft Word - Factsheet_Risk Assessment Adaptation Planning_20200309.docx 1 ICAO CAEP AVIATION AND CLIMATE CHANGE FACTSHEET (2020) Risk Assessment Methodologies and Adaptation Planning Risk Assessment Methodologies Before developing a climate change adaptation strategy or plan, it is first necessary to carry out a climate change risk assessment to determine what assets are vulnerable to climate change. This is an analysis of impacts and probabilities, to determine “what can happen?”, “how likely is an impact?” (...) This may include incorporating climate risk considerations into planning and organisational decision- making so as to better define the problem from a corporate or enterprise perspective.
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Score: 1087950.4 - https://www.icao.int/environme...nd%20Adaptation%20Planning.pdf
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For purposes of the alternative provision, paragraph 6 provides rules for determining whether a person is closely related to an enterprise and whether an individual is closely related to another individual. (...) A person is considered to be closely related to an enterprise if either one possesses directly or indirectly more than 50 per cent of the beneficial interests in the other or if a third person possesses directly or indirectly more than 50 per cent of the beneficial interests in both the person and the enterprise. (...) The above explanations concerning the meaning of “beneficial owner” make it
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Score: 1085570.1 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...icle12A_technical-services.pdf
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The purpose of this OIS is to accelerate the implementation of regional ATFM/Collaborative Decision Making (CDM) through the capabilities offered in the CADENCE OIS. (...) This section describes a unique opportunity to implement a free multi-nodal cloud based ATFM/CDM system in the MID region that is based on proven success in other areas of the world. 3.2 In the event that regional members determine the CADENCE OISs functionality, transparency and common platform meet the needs of the MID Region, one of the first steps would be to identify the body(ies) responsible to serve as the Regional Implementation Group (RIG). The ICAO MID already has a strong regional ATM sub-group (SG) and ATFM Task Force (TF) with an appropriate structure and state/ANSP participation that could effectively serve this function. 3.3 The MID ATM SG and ATFM TF could therefore determine what operational information would be beneficial to share on the OIS. 3.4 The CADENCE offered, free OIS platform, is capable of sharing a wide variety of operational information.
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Score: 1084565.1 - https://www.icao.int/MID/MIDAN...ASGMID9/IP%207%20-%20CANSO.pdf
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SECURITY OF PROPERTY 11 (1) For the avoidance of doubt, there is extended to every foreign investor granted an approval certificate under this Act the following guarantees: (a) there will be no compulsory acquisition of the property of the investor in Vanuatu except in accordance with due process of law and upon payment of just compensation; (b) subject to compliance with the law, there is an absolute entitlement to remit beyond Vanuatu: (i) earnings and expatriate capital; (ii) payments necessary to meet payments of principal, interest, service charges and similar liabilities on foreign loans and the cost of other foreign obligations relating to the investment; (iii) compensation received in accordance with paragraph (a); (c) the right to dispose of part or all of an investor’s interest in the foreign enterprise to any person including a citizen of Vanuatu or another investor or intending investor in the foreign enterprise subject only to the second mentioned investor being a fit and proper person as determined by the Board upon application by the second mentioned investor. - 13 - (2) Unless the parties have agreed otherwise, a dispute regarding the amount of compensation to be paid to a foreign investor may be submitted to the Supreme Court for an order as to the amount of just compensation payable. (3) The Supreme Court has jurisdiction to hear and determine a dispute. (...) APPEAL FROM BOARD’S DECISION 13 (1) A person dissatisfied with all or part of the Board’s decision or any conditions imposed may within 14 days of being notified request the Board to reconsider its decision or the imposition of the conditions and the Board must within 14 days of the request reconsider its decision and notify the person of the outcome of that reconsideration and the reasons therefor. (2) A person who remains dissatisfied with the outcome of the Board’s reconsideration may appeal to the Supreme Court against the decision or the imposition of any conditions and the Supreme Court has jurisdiction to hear and determine an appeal brought under this subsection. - 14 - PART 3 FOREIGN INVESTMENT BOARD PURPOSE OF PART 14 This Part establishes the Foreign Investment Board. (...) REGULATIONS 28 The Minister may make regulations, not inconsistent with this Act, for all matters necessary to give effect to this Act.
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Score: 1080918.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...cc_e/vut_e/WTACCVUT8_LEG_2.pdf
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A-5 AVIATION WEATHER RISK MANAGEMENT 23 – 27 July 2018 This course is designed to equip you with knowledge and skills to determine how hazards and risks from adverse weather conditions impact flight operations, and ways to manage these risks. (...) WHAT IS COVERED  Impact of Weather on Aviation Operations  Effects and cost of weather to aviation  New trends in occurrence causation and weather-related mishaps  Current Weather Safety Nets  Weather information status and aviation weather system  ICAO Annex 3; World area forecast system  Tropical cyclone warning and volcanic ash advisory centres  Safety and quality initiatives  Weather Decision-making  Naturalistic decision-making and plan continuation error  Threat/error management and situational awareness  Facilitating and improving decisions  Weather Risk Management Systems  Aviation weather hazards and risks  Weather risk profile for your operation  Weather risk management process, monitoring and review  Weather risk control system  Climatology and Weather Patterns  Weather-related risks  Global climatology and weather patterns  Regional weather risks and weather risks with station climatology  Improving meteorology in route manuals  Investigation of Weather Occurrences  Weather investigations to support safety management systems (SMS) and safety performance  Event assessment process and “Weather Package” in data collection  Collection of human factors data and analysis of meteorological data  ICAO Doc 9756 Part III  Proactive Forecasting Systems for Supporting Decision-making  Effect of weather forecasting on commercial aviation  Decision-making in the cockpit, dispatch, tower, etc.  Tactical weather decision aids and code grey forecasting system  Storm readiness programmes  Procedures for dispatching aircraft and coping with weather WHO SHOULD ATTEND This course is beneficial to personnel who use weather information for operational, investigation and safety purposes from civil aviation administrations, airlines, air navigation service providers, airport authorities, investigation agencies and meteorology agencies. (...) This interactive and practical course will also guide you in making capability-implementation decisions, developing a business case to support investment decisions and communicating the value impact of the ASBU framework.
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Score: 1070984.8 - https://www.icao.int/safety/ng...20Aviation%20Professionals.pdf
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AFI SECFAL Plan-SC/5/2017-DP/05 25/05/2017 English Version MATRIX OF SECURITY AND FACILITATION PROJECTS IN AFRICA (2016-2019) Title of project Donor State / Organization Beneficially States Project Objective Duration Expected outcome/ Impact Comment 1. (...) AFI SECFAL Plan-SC/5/2017-DP/05 25/05/2017 English Version MATRIX OF SECURITY AND FACILITATION PROJECTS IN AFRICA (2016-2019) Title of project Donor State / Organization Beneficially States Project Objective Duration Expected outcome/ Impact Comment 2. (...) P3S SECURITY France Senegal Other Countries to be determined in 2017 and 2018 Training 2 Years Certification Nc 4.
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Score: 1070523.8 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/AFIS...ts%20in%20Africa-17May2017.pdf
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