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DRAFT REPORT :COMMITTEE FOR PROGRAMME AND COORDINATION, 60TH SESSION, 8 JUNE - 3 JULY 2020 : ADDENDUM
With regard to the global compact on refugees, a delegation noted that, given the legally non-binding nature of the global compact agreement, it would be important for UNHCR to align its activities with the national laws and policies of the af fected States. (...) A delegation emphasized its support for the continued implementation of the compact and the principles that it represented, in particular longer-term self-reliance of refugees, and sought clarification on how support would be provided for those principles, in terms of opportunities, jobs and access to services, at a time when countries would be under greater economic pressure to rebuild after the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. 9. (...) The Committee took note of progress made in support of a comprehensive refugee response model thanks to the implementation of the global compact on refugees, as affirmed by the General Assembly in its resolution 73/151 in December 2018. 19.
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VERBATIM RECORD OF THE 1603RD MEETING, HELD AT UNITED NATIONS HEADQUARTERS, NEW YORK, ON TUESDAY, 13 MAY 1986
Owing to the fact that the provisions of the Compact were in such direct conflict with the nuclear-free provision the Compact did not survive. (...) Again in 1984, a new Compact was agreed upon containing provisions similar to those in the Compact submitted in 1982. (...) This time the Compact was approved by 72 per cent of those voting.
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Score: 961791.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...f/get?open&DS=T/PV.1603&Lang=E
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VERBATIM RECORD OF THE 1693RD MEETING, HELD AT HEADQUARTERS, NEW YORK, ON THURSDAY, 28 MAY 1992
In particular, he has not understood that the military provisions of the Compact are included in the Compact strictly on a contingency basis. (...) But none of those changes would be likely to prompt the United States to negotiate a Compact more acceptable to Palau. Amendment of the Compact before it enters into effect could require renewed congressional approval of the entire package, including previously appropriated funding for the Compact. (...) Because Palau has not implemented the Compact, these road-construction funds are not yet available.
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Score: 961504.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...f/get?open&DS=T/PV.1693&Lang=E
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SECURITY COUNCIL, 74TH YEAR : 8504TH MEETING, TUESDAY, 9 APRIL 2019, NEW YORK
Under current circumstances, the importance of the Global Compact cannot be overemphasized. States Members of the United Nations should embrace the compact in order to send the right signal that we are not closing ourselves off to the refugees that need our collective support. Member States should also embrace both the global compact on refugees and the global compact on migration; denial of either Compact would send the wrong signal to many in despair in refugee camps. (...) I wanted to turn to the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration.
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GLOBALIZATION AND INTERDEPENDENCE : INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT : REPORT OF THE 2ND COMMITTEE : GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 73RD SESSION
Notes the convening of the Intergovernmental Conference to Adopt the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration in Marrakech, Morocco, on 10 and 11 December 2018; 5. Notes also that the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration is the first intergovernmentally negotiated outcome, prepared under the auspices of the United Nations, to cover international migration in all its dimensions; 6. (...) Notes that, with the adoption of the Global Compact, the High-level Dialogue on International Migration and Development shall be repurposed into the International Migration Review Forum, which will serve as the primary intergovernmental global platform for Member States to discuss and share progress on the implementation of all aspects of the Global Compact, including as it relates to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, 21 and with the participation of all relevant stakeholders, and that the Forum is to be held every four years, beginning in 2022; __________________ 20 A/73/286. 21 Resolution 70/1.
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Score: 959502.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=A/73/540/ADD.2&Lang=E
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DRAFT COUNTRY PROGRAMME DOCUMENT FOR THE REPUBLIC OF MONTENEGRO (2007-2011)
In comparison to their male counterparts, women generally have lower access to managerial and leadership positions, and in the current restructuring process women lose more jobs than men. The representation of women in the Parliament and Government of Montenegro remains extremely low, ranging between 11 per cent and 16 per cent. 6. (...) UNDP will enhance its focus on public private partnerships through pilot initiatives, along with implementation of the Global Compact, especially in the development of small hydro plants. (...) Baseline 0; target 2 Global Compact signed. No. of seminars on Global Compact.
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GUAM : WORKING PAPER / PREPARED BY THE SECRETARIAT
As previously reported, the latest available statistics from 2006 show that about 20,000 jobs on the island (approximately 35 per cent of total jobs) are tourism- related.35 40. (...) According to data from the Bureau, significant changes during 2008 included increases of 840 jobs in construction and 270 jobs in the hotel industry, and the loss of 510 jobs in retail and trade.54 The number of jobs in the public sector increased from 15,030 in December 2007 to 15,110 in December 2008.55 61. (...) In order to reimburse Guam, the other Territories and Hawaii for the cost of providing government services for regional immigrants, the federal Government has issued Compact-impact funding. In December 2003, the Compact of Free Association Amendments Act of 2003 was passed, renewing the original Compact of 1986 for another 20 years.
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LETTER DATED 2007/02/01 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF LIECHTENSTEIN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
• Provide governors with terms of reference that include a job description, so that officials understand that they will be evaluated and held accountable for their work (...) Afghanistan’s future rests on the region’s ability to forge a new compact that neutralizes regional and great power rivalries in the region. (...) . • Utilize this Compact to focus on the relationship between Afghanistan and its neighbors, particularly with Pakistan, Iran, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, and China
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VERBATIM RECORD OF THE 1529TH MEETING, HELD AT HEADQUARTERS, NEW YORK, ON FRIDAY, 21 MAY 1982
The United States, in its response. states that the Compact has been translated into the local languages. (...) There is no high school. Jobs are very scarce. The owners of K'\Tajalein have only 130 jobs at the military base. (...) Fourthly, we request that the.United States make not less than 500 additional jobs available to us at the missile range. At this point, the Kwajalein people have only 130 jobs at this gicantic facility.
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Score: 956090.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...f/get?open&DS=T/PV.1529&Lang=E
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ACCOUNTABILITY FRAMEWORK, ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT AND INTERNAL CONTROL FRAMEWORK, AND RESULTS-BASED MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL : CORRIGENDUM
Compliance and Oversight – Financial Regulations and Rules including Procurement Regulations and Rules – Staff Regulations and Rules – Programme Planning, Budgeting, Monitoring and Evaluation rules – Accounting Standards – Monitoring of Delegation of Authority – Audits – New Bid protest system Responsible Parties (Secretariat): – Department of Management – Office of Internal Oversight Services – Management Committee – Vendor Review Committee Responsible Parties (other): – Board of Auditors – Joint Inspection Unit – IAAC ACCOUNTABILITY ARCHITECTURE OF THE UNITED NATIONS SECRETARIAT Performance Statement of expected results: – Legislative mandates – Vision Statements – Strategic Plans – Budgets – Senior Managers’ Compacts – Office and Section workplans – Individual workplans – Human Resources action Plans – Risk registry* Assessment of results: – Management Performance Board’s assessment of senior management performance – Performance appraisal of staff – Senior managers’ compacts – Financial and human resources reporting to Member States – Programme performance report – Evaluation reports Integrity – United Nations Charter – Financial Disclosure – Protection against retaliation – Ethics Training – Conflict Mediation – New system of internal justice – Standards of behaviour in the workplace such as: – Standards of Conduct for International civil servants – Prevention of workplace harassment, Sexual harassment and Abuse of authority Responsible Parties (Secretariat): – Ethics Office – Ombudsman – New system of internal justice Responsible Parties (Secretariat): – Secretary-General – Senior Managers – Management Performance Board – Office of Human Resources Management – Office of Programme Planning, Budget and Accounts Responsible Parties (others): – General Assembly – Security Council – ECOSOC – ACABQ – CPC MANAGEMENT OF RISK* ACHIEVEMENT OF RESULTS TRANSPARENCY A/62/701/Corr.1 3 08-27194 2. 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Annex I Summary of accountability survey results Summary of Accountability Survey Results 3% 1% 1% 2% 0% 0% 1% 0% 1% Do Not Know / Can’t Answer 22% 21% 21% 22% 7% 7% 4% 3% 3% Disagree 28% 21% 22% 24% 9% 10% 9% 5% 5% Neutral / No Opinion 29% 38% 34% 28% 43% 49% 44% 43% 45% Agree 8% 11% 10% 10% 38% 29% 40% 47% 45% Strongly Agree 11% 9% 12% 14% 3% 5% 2% 2% 1% Strongly Disagree My current training opportunities are linked to my desired career goals I have obtained adequate training to support me in my current position I feel that I have access to adequate training opportunities within the UN System TrainingCapacity and Tools I feel that my suggestions about changes or improvements are taken seriously I feel effective in my job Self-efficacy I understand the roles and responsibilities of my supervisor(s) and co-workers I understand the effect that my work has on UN programmes or operations Clarity of Roles Sub-Topic I understand my own role and responsibilities I understand the mission and purpose of my current organizational unit Question Mission Alignment Topic Rating Source: Accountability Framework Survey * Please note that these statements are on a reverse scale Strength Weakness Strongly Agree + Agree Approx 50% Agree + Neutral + Disagree Approx 60% Disagree + Strongly Disagree Approx 50% Key: Source: Accountability Framework Survey A/62/701/Corr.1 08-27194 4 Summary of Accountability Survey Results 4%20%21%23%24%8%I feel the performance appraisal system is taken seriously by my supervisor(s) 1%12%15%19%40%12%I trust my supervisor(s) to fairly evaluate my performance 1%23%33%20%17%6% I feel that management is able to effectively help any underperforming workers to improve their performance or contributions LeadershipMotivation and Performance 2%14%25%23%30%7%I believe that I am appropriately recognized for suggesting new ideas or taking new direction 1%15%23%15%36%10%I feel that I am adequately recognized for my performance Recognition 2%11%26%19%33%8%I have sufficient human resources to do my job 3%9%21%22%37%8%I have sufficient financial resources to do my job Resources 2% 2% 2% Do Not Know / Can’t Answer 23% 21% 21% Disagree 29% 23% 23% Neutral / No Opinion 29% 32% 34% Agree 12% 9% 14% Strongly Agree 6% 13% 5% Strongly Disagree I feel that I may be held responsible for something for which I am not adequately equipped* I feel confident that my supervisor(s) have the appropriate tools and information to make good decisions I feel that I may be held responsible for something that is not in my control* Accountability Capacity and Tools (cont.) 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Sub-Topic QuestionTopic Rating Source: Accountability Framework Survey * Please note that these statements are on a reverse scale Strength Weakness Strongly Agree + Agree Approx 50% Agree + Neutral + Disagree Approx 60% Disagree + Strongly Disagree Approx 50% Key: A/62/701/Corr.1 08-27194 6 Summary of Accountability Survey Results 1%1%3%10%49%36%I generally view change as an opportunity 6%4%17%29%37%7%I believe that my co-workers generally support change 1%1%2%9%53%35% I am generally in support of change, even if it means that the way I do my job or the way that I am appraised changesIndividual Change Readiness 4%11%23%32%26%5%I believe that the UN leadership and management are serious about change 2%13%29%28%25%3%I believe that the reasons for change are adequately communicated to me 2%12%20%27%32%7%I am confident that my supervisor(s) will make good decisions 3%14%26%30%23%5%I generally trust UN leadership and management to make the right decisions concerning change 2%1%4%11%38%44%I generally believe that the UN has been slow to change* 1%1%2%7%37%53%I believe that change in the UN is necessary for the UN to continue to fulfill its mission Change Leadership Change Readiness Do Not Know / Can’t Answer Disagree Neutral / No Opinion AgreeStrongly Agree Strongly DisagreeSub-Topic QuestionTopic Rating Strength Weakness Strongly Agree + Agree Approx 50% Agree + Neutral + Disagree Approx 60% Disagree + Strongly Disagree Approx 50% Key:Source: Accountability Framework Survey * Please note that these statements are on a reverse scale A/62/701/Corr.1 7 08-27194 3.
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