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IMPLEMENTATION OF ACTIVITIES UNDER THE ESCWA PROGRAMME OF WORK AND OF RECOMMENDATIONS MADE BY THE COMMITTEE ON SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AT ITS TWELFTH SESSION, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMISSION FOR WESTERN ASIA (ESCWA) COMMITTEE ON SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT, THIRTEENTH SESSION, ONLINE, 22-23 SEPTEMBER 2021
It also presents trends in current and new skills and jobs in the Arab region, and the readiness of the labour market for future jobs. 48. (...) The paper outlines the E/ESCWA/C.2/2021/3 14 process that led to the adoption of the Global Compact for Migration, and reviews the principles and objectives of the Compact and its importance for the Arab region. (...) The workshop was based on the outcomes of the Regional Conference on the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, and aimed to raise participants’ awareness of the Compact’s impact on policies in Arab countries, and on ways to participate in the Compact’s implementation and review processes. 67.
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Score: 1114375.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...n&DS=E/ESCWA/C.2/2021/3&Lang=E
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GLOBAL COMPACT FOR SAFE, ORDERLY AND REGULAR MIGRATION :REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Dedicated efforts, including through concrete commitments towards the implementation of the Compact, will be integral to the next phase of realizing the Compact’s vision. (...) Kenya and Portugal adopted Compact-specific national implementation plans. Some States incorporated the Compact into existing frameworks. Others observed that their existing frameworks sufficiently reflected the Compact.
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Score: 1103481.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/76/642&Lang=E
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VERBATIM RECORD OF THE 1571ST MEETING, HELD AT HEADQUARTERS, NEW YORK, ON TUESDAY, 22 MAY 1984
In the end, the administering Power had to sever the Republic of Palau from the Compact of Free Association that it sent to the united States Congress. (...) We have tried to understand the Compact of Free Association. We have read the documents. (...) I believe that the compact was voted on blindly by the Marshallese. I do not believe it was a fair vote.
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Score: 1095525.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...f/get?open&DS=T/PV.1571&Lang=E
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FIRST COUNTRY COOPERATION FRAMEWORK FOR THE MARSHALL ISLANDS (1997-2001)
With the third step-down in Compact funds occurring in 1997, together with a significant external debt and a rapidly growing population, there is a renewed /... (...) Women lag significantly behind men in virtually every aspect of national political and economic life: they have less access to higher education; less control over their reproductive health; a smaller share of the job market, in which they are employed predominantly in subordinate and low-paying jobs; and only token representation in policy-making positions within the Government. (...) External development assistance in the Marshall Islands is dominated by the inflow of funds from the Compact, other United States government programmes, and lease payments for the Kwajalein Missile Range.
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TOWARDS GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS : A PRINCIPLE-BASED APPROACH TO ENHANCED COOPERATION BETWEEN THE UNITED NATIONS AND ALL RELEVANT PARTNERS :REVISED DRAFT RESOLUTION / ALBANIA, ANDORRA, ARMENIA, AUSTRIA, BELGIUM, BULGARIA, CROATIA, CYPRUS, CZECHIA, DENMARK, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, ESTONIA, FINLAND, FRANCE, GEORGIA, GERMANY, GREECE, HUNGARY, IRELAND, ITALY, LATVIA, LITHUANIA, LUXEMBOURG, MALTA, MONACO, MONTENEGRO, NETHERLANDS, NORTH MACEDONIA, POLAND, PORTUGAL, REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA, ROMANIA, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, SPAIN, SWEDEN, SWITZERLAND AND TURKEY
Also welcomes the commitment of the Secretary-General to continuing to retain the integrity and unique role of the United Nations Global Compact, and underlines the importance of integrity measures as taken and advocated by the United Nations Global Compact; 18. (...) Encourages the international community to strengthen global partnerships to foster youth employment and promote frameworks for action, including the Global Jobs Pact of the International Labour Organization, the Global Initiative on Decent Jobs for Youth and the call for action on youth employment, in accordance with national plans and priorities; 24. (...) Recalls that multilateralism is not an option but a necessity, and calls for an enabling environment for partnerships that are aligned with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, in particular with regard to adherence by the private sector to the 10 principles of the United Nations Global Compact, and in addition, inter alia, promotion of investment in quality, reliable, sustainable and resilient infrastructure and decent job creation, as well as aiming for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and negative biodiversity impacts, and for support for the implementation of the United Nations Global Compact strategy 2021–2023, including the United Nations Global Compact Africa strategy 2021–2023 and the United Nations Global Compact small and medium-sized enterprises strategy 2021–2023, which are aimed at raising ambition and achieving stronger private sector engagement, acco untability and partnerships, in support of a sustainable, resilient and inclusive recovery from COVID-19; 33.
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 41ST MEETING : 3RD COMMITTEE, HELD AT HEADQUARTERS, NEW YORK, ON WEDNESDAY, 31 OCTOBER 2018, GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 73RD SESSION
Melfald (Norway) said that the global compact for refugees was a new approach to global refugee response. (...) Fully implementing the compact would help address the new types of refugee movements, and, as a donor, Ireland saw a significant advantage in a compact that was universally affirmed and implemented. (...) The application of the comprehensive refugee response framework, which preceded the adoption of the compact, had shown how important and positive the compact would be.
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Score: 1070699.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=A/C.3/73/SR.41&Lang=E
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FIRST COUNTRY COOPERATION FRAMEWORK FOR THE FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA (1997-2001)
PROPOSED STRATEGY AND THEMATIC AREAS ................. 15 - 20 5 A. Job creation and sustainable livelihoods ......... 16 5 B. (...) External development assistance in the Federated States of Micronesia is dominated by the in-flow of funds from the Compact and other United States programmes. In 1994, Compact flows represented 57 per cent of consolidated government revenues, while total external grants accounted for 65 per cent of revenues. (...) The result has been that although the Compact has substantially raised the standard of living in the Federated States of Micronesia, it has not done so in a sustainable manner. 14.
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TOWARDS GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS : REPORT OF THE 2ND COMMITTEE : GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 68TH SESSION
At the 25th meeting, on 29 October, an introductory statement was made by the Executive Director of the United Nations Global Compact Office (see A/C.2/68/SR.25). (...) Encourages the private sector and the Global Compact Local Networks to join the United Nations Global Compact “Business for Peace” platform and to seek to maximize the beneficial contributions to peace and development while minimizing the risks for and negative impacts on both business and society; “18. (...) Underlines, in this context, the importance of integrity measures as taken and advocated by the United Nations Global Compact; 15. Requests the United Nations Global Compact to promote the Women’s Empowerment Principles and to encourage the Global Compact Local Networks to create awareness of the many ways in which business can promote gender equality in the workplace, marketplace and community; 16.
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IMPROVING URBAN PERFORMANCE : URBAN STRUCTURE AND ECOSYSTEMS : DISCUSSION PAPER / BY ILEANA BUDISTEANU (ROMANIA) AND ANNE SKOVBRO (DENMARK)
Smyth (1996) argued that a compact city policy would possibly have the same social impacts as some urban renewal projects: the disadvantaged would suffer more from the resulting high land prices and this would aggravate social segregation.22 But there are very few research projects linking this issue to the compact city paradigm, and little empirical knowledge highlighting the actual social consequences of a compact city strategy. 44. — Is it possible to create self-contained urban districts in contemporary urban societies, where people change jobs more often? (...) in Jenks, M. et al. (Ed.) The Compact City - A Sustainable Urban Form , pp. 53-65, London: E FN Spon. 21 Burton (2000), “Just or just compact?” (...) (Ed.) The Compact City - A Sustainable Urban Form, pp. 101-113.
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PROVISIONAL SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 17TH MEETING, HELD AT THE PALAIS DES NATIONS, GENEVA, ON THURSDAY, 6 JULY 2006 : ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL, SUBSTANTIVE SESSION FOR 2006, HIGH-LEVEL SEGMENT
The international community was faced with the dilemma that economic growth, while necessary, was not creating sufficient jobs; it must therefore try to strike the right balance between growth and job creation and define to what extent Governments should intervene to create more jobs in order to share the benefits of growth with the poor. (...) He suggested that a new social compact should be defined with a view to providing universal social protection. (...) What was needed was growth together with fair sharing of the benefits of growth; the link between the two was jobs. It was surprising that the United Nations did not focus more on job creation; even ILO concentrated on job standards rather than job creation.
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