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LETTER FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF THE COMITTEE ON CONFERENCES TO THE PRESIDENT OF TH
In introducing the provisional calendar, the Secretary of the Committee on Conferences drew the attention of the Committee to some important guidelines established by the General Assembly and the Economic and Social Council in their resolutions and decisions on the calendar of conferences and meetings, which were also referred to in the preamble to the provisional calendar, specifically in paragraphs 1 (d) and 7 to 13. (...) Information received subsequently will be included in the overall draft biennial calendar of conferences and meetings, which would also take into account any decisions adopted by the Council at its substantive session in July 2009 when it considers the provisional calendar. Any proposals for a change of venue of a subsidiary body from its established headquarters will be reflected in the calendar only after approval by the respective Charter body.
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ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL
Interpreting stat i s t i c s would be fac i l i t a t e d i f the Gregorian Caleadar vere reformed, and i f principles of systematization and rationalization vere adopted to correct the anomalies at present existing i n that calendar; Considering that the advantages of reforming the calendar would extend to a l l branches of human activity; Considering that the Peruvian representative to the United Nations Economic and Social Council proposed the appointment of a Committee of five members of that.body to study the adoption, on 1 January 1950, of a new ceilendar, as drafted by The World Calendar Association, and to take the necessary measures to secure approval of this step by the General Assembly of the United Nations; Considering that the calendar drafted by The World Calendar Associatic the adoption of which i s also under discussion in the united States House of Representatives, as the result of a proposal submitted in January 19^7» makes no great changes i n the traditional calendar used by most countries, but embodies a number of principles, such as the division of the year into twelve months, with each quarterly period containing thirteen weeks, 91 days, and the same number of Sundays and weekdays, so that each year, quarter or week starts on a Sunday and ends on a Saturday, and the introduction of a "Year-end World Holiday" and another similar holiday between Jxxne and July in Leap years; Considering that the date of 1 January 1950 i s recognized as ideal to start the new World Calendar, because that year begins on a Sunday, which woiLLd render easier the transition from one system to the other, and because i t also marks the beginning of the second half of the twentieth century; Considering further that B r a z i l , when giving her opinion of studies carried out by the Committee for Communications and Transit of the League of Nations between 1923 and 1937, ^pon the question of the reform /of the E/1271 Page 3 of the calendar, o f f i c i a l l y declared herself in favour of providing a substitute for the Gregorian Calendar; Considering that the Council, i n i t s resolution 33 of i k July 1937 gave i t s support to the plan for the reform of the calendar dratm up by the League of nations; Considering, l a s t l y , that the Institute's opinion upon the proposal for the reform of the calendar subniitted to the consideration of the United Hâtions has been o f f i c i a l l y requested,, i t hereby RESOLVES Article 1. (...) The Council siso wishes to place on record i t s support for the activities of the United Nations i n connexion with this matter, expressing the hope that a world calendar w i l l be adopted within the shortest possible time. (...) Vihile refraining from expressing an opinion upon the different proposals for calendars already prepared, the Assembly recommends Brazilian statisticians to study the question and the po s s i b i l i t i e s of organizing a propaganda programme to popularize the idea of reforming the calendar and to prepare public opinion for the adoption of whichever new system may be approved.
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ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION FOR CROSS-BORDER ELECTRONIC COMMERCE TRANSACTIONS: TIMELINES
The award shall be rendered promptly and in any event within seven (7) calendar days (with possible extension of additional seven (7) calendar days) after the date for the communication of final submissions (draft article 9(6)). (...) [The neutral may within [five (5)] calendar days after the communication of the award make such corrections on its own initiative.] (...) The ODR provider shall appoint a neutral … to assess the request for annulment within five (5) calendar days (draft article 9 (ter)(2)). 21. That neutral shall render a final decision on the request for annulment within seven (7) calendar days of his or her appointment.
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LETTER DATED 2011/06/30 FROM THE CHAIR OF THE COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCES TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL
In introducing the provisional calendar, the Secretary of the Committee on Conferences drew the attention of the Committee to some important guidelines established by the General Assembly and the Economic and Social Council in their resolutions and decisions on the calendar of conferences and meetings, which were also referred to in the preamble to the provisional calendar. (...) Information received subsequently will be included in the draft calendar of conferences and meetings of the United Nations for the biennium 2012-2013, which will also take into account any decisions adopted by the Council at its substantive session, in July 2011, when it considers the provisional calendar. Any proposals for a change of venue of a subsidiary body from its established headquarters will be reflected in the calendar only after approval by the respective Charter body.
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IMPROVEMENTS IN THE AETNA HEALTH INSURANCE PLAN / FROM THE CONTROLLER
ST/IC/1997/29 Page 6 Plan features Preferred benefits (In-network) Non-preferred benefits (Out-of-network) Current Basic Hospital/ Major Medical Plan Non-emergency use of the emergency room (examples of conditions: skin rash, earache, bronchitis, etc.) 80% 80% after deductible 80% after deductible Acupuncture* (for chronic pain treatments only, services must be rendered by a medical doctor or licensed acupuncturist) 100% after $10 co-payment up to a maximum benefit of $1,000 80% after deductible up to a maximum benefit of $1,000 Not covered Spinal manipulation* 100% after $10 co-payment up to a maximum benefit of $1,000 80% after deductible up to a maximum benefit of $1,000 80% after deductible up to a maximum benefit of $1,000 * Preferred and non-preferred benefits are combined for a maximum of $1,000 per calendar year. /... ST/IC/1997/29 Page 7 Plan features Preferred benefits (In-network) Non-preferred benefits (Out-of-network) Current Basic Hospital/ Major Medical Plan Mental health services In-patient coverage 100% 100% after deductible 100% for first 30 days; additional 30 days at 80% after deductible Maximum 90 days per calendar year* Maximum 90 days per calendar year* Maximum 60 days per calendar year Outpatient coverage 100% up to maximum benefit of $3,216 per calendar year* 80% after deductible up to maximum benefit of $3,216 per calendar year* $134 per visit 80% after deductible up to maximum benefit of $3,216 per calendar year* $134 per visit Crisis intervention 100% up to 3 visits per calendar year* 80% after deductible up to 3 visits per calendar year* 80% after deductible up to 3 visits per calendar year Alcohol/drug abuse In-patient coverage 100% 100% after deductible 100% for first 30 days; additional 30 days at 80% after deductible Maximum 60 days per calendar year* 60 days per calendar year* 60 days per calendar year Lifetime maximum 2 confinements* 2 confinements* 2 confinements Outpatient coverage 100% Up to 60 visits per calendar year* (includes 20 visits* for counselling) 80% after deductible Up to 60 visits per calendar year* (includes 20 visits* for counselling) 80% after deductible Up to 60 visits per calendar year (includes 20 visits for counselling) * Maxima are for the calendar year whether preferred or non-preferred, or a combination of the two (...) ST/IC/1997/29 Page 9 Plan features Preferred benefits (In-network) Non-preferred benefits (Out-of-network) Current Basic Hospital/ Major Medical Plan OTHER BENEFITS Skilled nursing facility 100% up to 365 days per calendar year 100% up to 365 days per calendar year Home health care 100% 320 visits per calendar year (no prior confinement required) 100% for first 200 visits; 80% after deductible for additional 120 visits per calendar year (no prior confinement required) If within 7 days of discharge 100% for first 200 visits; 80% after deductible for additional 120 visits per calendar year. If no prior confinement, 80% after deductible for 80 visits per calendar year Ambulance* 100% 100% Private-duty nursing (restricted benefit on an in-patient basis) 100% up to 70 eight- hour shifts per calendar year 80% after deductible up to 70 eight-hour shifts per calendar year 80% after deductible up to 70 eight-hour shifts per calendar year Hospice care In-patient and outpatient coverage 100% up to 210 days for both in-patient and outpatient services 100% up to 210 days for both in-patient and outpatient services Bereavement counselling 100% up to 5 visits 100% up to 5 visits * There are no preferred (or in-network) providers of these services at the present time
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MECHANISM FOR IMPLEMENTATION REVIEW OF THE EUROPEAN AGREEMENT ON IMPORTANT INTERNATIONAL COMBINED TRANSPORT LINES AND RELATED INSTALLATIONS
The following indicators may be used for assessing the progress in performance: • Average train waiting time at AGTC terminals in a calendar year (calculated for all trains loaded/unloaded at the AGTC terminals during a calendar year in a Contracting Party); • Median train waiting time at AGTC terminals in a calendar year (calculated for all trains loaded/unloaded at the AGTC terminals during a calendar year in a Contracting Party); • Average road vehicle waiting time at AGTC terminals in a calendar year (calculated for all road vehicles loaded/unloaded at the AGTC terminals during a calendar year in a Contracting Party); ECE/TRANS/WP.24/2021/5 7 • Median road vehicle waiting time at terminals in a calendar year (calculated for all road vehicles loaded/unloaded at AGTC terminals during a calendar year in a Contracting Party); • Average train stop time at AGTC gauge interchange stations in a calendar year (calculated for all trains arriving at the AGTC gauge interchange stations during a calendar year in a Contracting Party); • Median train stop time at AGTC gauge interchange stations in a calendar year (calculated for all trains arriving at the AGTC gauge interchange stations during a calendar year in a Contracting Party); • Average train stop time for wagon transfer at stations for exchange of wagons in a calendar year (calculated for all trains with scheduled stops for wagon transfer during a calendar year in a Contracting Party); • Median train stop time for wagon transfer at stations for exchange of wagons in a calendar year (calculated for all trains with scheduled stops for wagon transfer during a calendar year in a Contracting Party); • Average train stop time at AGTC borders in a calendar year (calculated for all trains arriving at the AGTC borders during a calendar year in a Contracting Party); • Median train stop time at AGTC borders in a calendar year (calculated for all trains arriving at the AGTC borders during a calendar year in a Contracting Party); • Average train stop time at AGTC ports in a calendar year (calculated for all trains arriving at the AGTC ports during a calendar year in a Contracting Party); • Median train stop time at AGTC ports in a calendar year (calculated for all trains arriving at the port during a calendar year in a Contracting Party). 34. The following indicators may be used for assessing the performance of trains: • Average moving speed of intermodal trains in a calendar year (calculated for all trains on their routes during a calendar year, time spent at scheduled stops should be excluded); • Relation of intermodal trains delayed beyond 30 min to all intermodal trains during a calendar year (calculated as a number of trains with the given delay and divided by the number of all intermodal trains using the network of a Contracting Party during a calendar year). 35.
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LETTER DATED 2001/06/28 FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCES ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL
In introducing the provisional calendar, the Secretary of the Committee drew the attention to some important guidelines, also referred to in the preamble of the document, set out by General Assembly and Economic and Social Council resolutions and decisions on the calendar of conferences and meetings. (...) The Committee’s Secretary also referred to a number of amendments to the draft calendar, which will be included in E/2001/L.9/Add.1. (...) Therefore, entries 125 in 2002 and 127 in 2003 will be amended in the calendar and reflected accordingly in E/2001/L.9/Add.1.
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DRAFT RESOLUTION ON THE APPOINTMENT OF AN AD-HOC COMMITTEE TO STUDY THE WORLD CALENDAR / PRESENTED BY THE REPRESENTATIVE OF PERU
United Nations ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL Nations Unies CONSEIL ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL Draft Resolution Unrestricted E/291 28 February 19ij7 0 r f g f n a I: Eng 1 I sh on the appointment of an ad-hoc Committee to study !HE WORLD CALENDAR. Presented by the Representative of Peru. W1iEREAS the rev1s1on of the Gregorian Calendar has been for long the subject of study and research on•the part of ex- perts, institutions and international organizations, and sev- eral nations have in principle expressed already their wil- lingness to adopt a new one; WEEREAS it is widely recognized that the present calendar is unsatisfactory for the economic, social, educational, scien- tific and other activities of man; that there exists a general desire to bring about its revision, and that the new calendar should have twelve months and equal quarters, be perpetually the same, with a stable pattern of quarter-years, months, weeks, days and fixed holydays; 1 WHEREAS the World Calendar Association of New York has devoted itself to the study of the calendar, preparing the adequate plans for the adoption of '1HE WORLD CALEtIDAR on January 1st 1950 as the most appropiate date for the trans- ition from the Gregorian Calendar to the new one; WHEREAS the acceptance of nm WORLD CALENDAR per force requires a basic international understanding, prior to the passing of the respective national legislative resolutions; and ~EEREAS this basic international understanding can better be reached through a recommendation of the Economic and Social Council to the General Assembly of the United Nations, according to article 62 of the Charter; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, 1. THAT the Economic and Social Council appoints an ad-hoc Com- mittee of five members to study and pass judgment on the adoption of a new calendar on January 1st 1950, as it is drafted by the World Calendar Association, and which is attached herein; and 2.
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UTILIZATION OF CONFERENCE FACILITIES AND SERVICES AT THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT NAIROBI : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
They differ from the figures presented in earlier reports owing to two factors, namely, (a) improved ability to clarify types of meetings (including calendar and non- calendar meetings) and (b) increased accuracy of reporting based on electronic tools to track utilization of conference resources. (...) Planning and coordination (Table 1) 2. Calendar meetings with interpretation showed fluctuation from the first year of the biennium to the second year, mainly because only one calendar meeting, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), is held in the first year of each biennium, while two Governing Council meetings (UNEP and UN-Habitat) are held in the second year. (...) For non-calendar meetings there is a steady growth (around 10 to 11 per cent) since the establishment of a permanent Interpretation Service in Nairobi in 2001.
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LETTER DATED 2003/06/26 FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCES ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL
GENERAL E/2003/102 15 July 2003 Original: ENGLISH Substantive session of 2003 Geneva, 30 June-25 July 2003 Agenda item 7 (c) Coordination, programme and other questions: calendar of conferences and meetings in the economic, social and related fields Letter dated 26 June 2003 from the Chairman of the Committee on Conferences addressed to the President of the Economic and Social Council In response to the invitation of the Economic and Social Council set forth in its decision 1988/103 of 5 February 1988, the Committee on Conferences met on 26 June 2003 to review the provisional calendar of conferences and meetings for 2004 and 2005 in the economic, social and related fields.1 The Committee welcomed the opportunity to review the provisional calendar of conferences and meetings and to provide, as appropriate, its recommendations thereon to the Council. In introducing the provisional calendar, the Secretary of the Committee on Conferences drew the attention to some important guidelines, also referred to in the preamble of the document, set out by the General Assembly and the Economic and Social Council in their resolutions and decisions on the calendar of conferences and meetings. (...) It was noted that, once the calendar is adopted, no additional meetings representing departures from the biennial cycle would be authorized. 1 E/2003/L.7.
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