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ACTIVITIES OF THE UNITED NATIONS SYSTEM IN IMPLEMENTING THE UNITED NATIONS GLOBAL COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGY : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Организация Объединенных Наций A/72/840* Генеральная Ассамблея Distr.: General 20 April 2018 Russian Original: English 18-06375*
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 1456381.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/72/840&Lang=R
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON THE ISSUE OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS AND OTHER BUSINESS ENTERPRISES : ADDENDUM
The sample of companies for this report was drawn from an original list of almost 500 firms that included: (i) the 103 Global Fortune 500 that responded to the SRSG’s questionnaire; (ii) the nearly 100 companies listed on the Business and Human Rights Resource A/HRC/4/35/Add.4 page 12 Centre’s website as having human rights policies; and (iii) the 512 Global Compact (GC) companies that had submitted a Communication on Progress (CoP) for 2005 or later. (...) The following figures illustrate the composition of our sample by region and by sector.3 3 The percentage of companies from Latin America and Africa participating in the Global Compact is slightly higher than in our sample. Many of those companies have only recently joined the GC and have not yet submitted a CoP or devised their own means of reporting, and thus, they were excluded on the basis that they had little or no publicly available information. (...) While over 50 percent of companies have policies dealing with training, most concern necessary on-the-job training, or promotion within the company, and cannot reliably be characterized as support for the right to work.6 44.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 1293824.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=A/HRC/4/35/ADD.4&Lang=R
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RPT WG TRANSN'L CORPORATIONS / SURVEY CORPORATIONS
More research could be carried out to define a range of company roles/job titles whose incumbents are likely to possess the necessary knowledge to answer on the topics in the survey. (...) In addition to the collaborating partners, those commonly cited by respondents were: United Nations Global Compact, the International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM), IPIECA (the global oil and gas industry association for environmental and social issues), the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI) and the National Business Association of Colombia (ANDI). (...) Examples cited by respondents include: supporting human rights advocacy campaigns; endorsing principles such as the United Nations Global Compact; speaking at third-party events and writing in third-party publications on business and human rights; creating in-house guides on human rights for employees; installing human rights whistleblower systems; undertaking human rights impact assessments, employee capacity building/training on the Guiding Principles, human rights compliance assessments and verification on labour rights; and conducting stakeholder dialogues.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 1278747.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/26/25/ADD.1&Lang=R
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ANNOTATED PROVISIONAL AGENDA FOR THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGIONAL REVIEW OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE GLOBAL COMPACT FOR SAFE, ORDERLY AND REGULAR MIGRATION, BANGKOK, 10–12 MARCH 2021
ANNOTATED PROVISIONAL AGENDA FOR THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGIONAL REVIEW OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE GLOBAL COMPACT FOR SAFE, ORDERLY AND REGULAR MIGRATION, BANGKOK, 10–12 MARCH 2021
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 1254606 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...n&DS=ESCAP/GCM/2021/L.1&Lang=R
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WORK OF THE COMMITTEE OF PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVES DURING THE INTERSESSIONAL PERIOD: DRAFT RESOLUTIONS PREPARED BY THE COMMITTEE OF PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVES
EU + Resolution 25/4: Omnibus Resolution 25/4: “Implement[ation of] {Brazil+}the 2014/2019 Strategic Plan of the United Nations Human Settlements Programme [] {EU+, Brazil+, United States of America+, Uganda-}” The Governing Council, [{PP1}Recalling to its resolution 24/15 of 19 April 2013 by which it approved the strategic plan of UN-Habitat for the period 2014-2019 and its work programme and budget for the biennium 2014-2015; {PP2}Recalling further General Assembly resolution 67/216 of 17 December 2012 and its provisions, which have been reflected as core components of the substantive thematic areas of the strategic plan of UN-Habitat and underlining that, in view of the current rapid urbanization process, the development and promotion of adequate infrastructure and basic services as well as more effective urban planning and design, are of utmost importance for the creation of socially inclusive, resilient, economically prosperous and energy-efficient cities that maximize the benefits of agglomeration economies, minimize the demand for urban mobility and transport, and provide conditions necessary for urban economic growth and job creation; {PP3}Taking note of General Assembly resolution 59/239 of 22 December 2004, calling for the empowerment of non-governmental organizations, including women‟s groups, youth organizations and professional groups, to play a more effective role in the implementation of UN-Habitat‟s mandate; {PP4}Further recalling resolution 20/16 of 8 April 2005 – enhancing the involvement of civil society in local governance, which requests UN-Habitat, and other partners to assist in developing the capacity of civil so that it can play and effective role in local governance; {PP5}Concerned that currently over 50 per cent of the global population lives in cities and that this share will continue to grow with a majority of the urban population currently being below the age of HSP/GC/25/3/Add.1 13 30 and that sustainable urban development, therefore, has become one of the most pressing global challenges of the twenty-first century, and that Governments must consequently pay greater attention and make joint efforts to build greener, more harmonious, equitable, inclusive and environment-friendly cities; {PP6}Recalling the targets set out in the 2000 United Nations Millennium Declaration and the 2001 Declaration on Cities and Other Human Settlements in the New Millennium towards achieving a significant improvement in the lives of at least 100 million slum dwellers by 2020; {PP7}Recognizing that goal 7 of the Millennium Development Declaration has been achieved by improving the living conditions of more than 220 million slum dwellers, surpassing the target of 100 million, but that, in the meantime, an additional 360 million slum dwellers have been added to the global urban population, which calls for new approaches to slum prevention and upgrading; {PP8}Recognizing further that slums are not a stand-alone phenomenon but that they are linked to urban poverty, inequalities and the lack of mixed urban land use as well as inadequate land and housing options, and that slum upgrading must be part of a broader framework of urban and housing policies underpinned by urban planning as a tool to prevent the formation of new slums; {PP9}Welcoming the outcome document of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from 20 to 22 June 2012, entitled “The future we want”, and its commitment to planning and building sustainable cities and other human settlements, while underscoring the need for approaches that enhance overall coherence, reduce fragmentation and overlap, and increase effectiveness, efficiency and transparency, while strengthening coordination and cooperation; {PP10}Recognizing that training, education and capacity building programmes comprise multiple forms of knowledge creation and transfer that are fundamental to the realization of the goals set for the third United Nations Conference on Housing and Urban Development (Habitat III); {PP11}Recalling its resolutions 20/1, 21/6, 22/4, 23/7, 24/11 and 24/12, emphasizing the need for the United Nations Human Settlements Programme and Member States to systematically integrate youth as a partner in sustainable urbanization and as part of national delegations, and to strengthen the role of youth in all parts of the work of UN-Habitat; {PP12}Recognizing General Assembly Resolution A/RES/68/188 on “The rule of law, crime prevention and criminal justice in the United Nations development agenda beyond 2015” and its request to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime to provide substantive contributions to the United Nations Human Settlements Programme with regard to efforts to complement the development of United Nations guidelines on safer cities; {PP13}Recalling its resolution 22/3, which reflected on the relationship between urbanization and climate change and which laid the foundation for UN-Habitat's engagement in addressing the impacts of climate change on cities and other human settlements; {PP14}Also recalling its resolution 24/3 of 19 April 2013 on “Inclusive and sustainable urban planning and elaboration of international guidelines on urban and territorial planning” that requested the Executive Director of the United Nations Human Settlements Programme, in consultation with the Committee of Permanent Representatives, to initiate the elaboration of international guidelines on urban and territorial planning to provide a global framework for improving policies, plans and designs for more sustainable, compact, socially inclusive, better integrated and connected cities and territories, and to present the draft guidelines to the Governing Council at its twenty-fifth session for approval; {PP15}Recalling further resolution 24/3 requesting UN-Habitat to promote responsible planning in Member States through capacity-building and awareness-raising among local governments and with the involvement of people, focusing on the urban poor, to create healthier and sustainable cities, and resolution 24/9, which embraced the paradigm shift elaborated in the Global Housing Strategy and that requested UN-Habitat to achieve the expected outcomes of the Global Housing Strategy through supporting national and local governments and key Partners in formulating, implementing, monitoring and evaluating inclusive national and local housing strategies; {PP16}Recalling its resolution 24/4, which called upon the United Nations Human Settlements Programme to gradually expand the scope of the Water and Sanitation Trust Fund and to rename it the “Urban Basic Services Trust Fund” to increase site servicing in its work programme, including sustainable solutions for water and sanitation, energy, mobility, waste management and drainage; HSP/GC/25/3/Add.1 14 {PP17}Taking note of the World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction (WCDRR) held in Sendai, Japan from 14-19 March 2015, which endorsed the successor agreement to the Hyogo Framework for Action on Disaster Risk Reduction; {PP18}Reiterating its support for the World Urban Forum and recognizing that it is the foremost global arena for interaction among policymakers, local government leaders, non-governmental stakeholders and expert practitioners in the field of human settlements, and expressing its appreciation to the G
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 1235673.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=HSP/GC/25/3/ADD.1&Lang=R
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF MIGRANTS ON HIS MISSION TO NEPAL : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
He encourages Nepal to continue engaging in the negotiations on the global compact, the Colombo Process, the Abu Dhabi Dialogue and the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation, supporting the transition to an ethical recruitment system. (...) In the absence of a decentralized recruitment system, unlicensed sub-agents get involved in assisting migrants in job placements and the relevant processes, including obtaining visas, the necessary administrative approvals, medical clearances and insurance. (...) Labour contracts based on such a model should specify the job description, wages and labour conditions.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 1231678.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/38/41/ADD.1&Lang=R
Источник данных: ods