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Identifier (Business Term: Unique Consignment Reference UCR) 1296: Contract Document. (...) Data Description UNTDED unique 4 digit tag and Dictionary Entry Name UN/EDIFACT (INVOIC) to identify it for customs, statistical or transport purposes. (...) The GS1 system of standards consists of unique global numbering system, bar coding and electronic business communications.
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Score: 940142.3 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA..._TRADE_C_CEFACT_2010_8E_r1.pdf
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While the United Nations contracts companies solely for security services, these same companies are also known to provide military services in other circumstances. (...) The report considers the limitations of these policy tools and makes suggestions on ways and means to ensure an efficient selection and vetting process when employing private security companies. It also examines ways that will ensure that private military and security companies are held accountable for possible human rights violations in the event that these occur. Issued By: Working Group on the use of mercenaries as a means of violating human rights and impeding the exercise of the right of peoples to self-determination Delivered To: 69th session of the General Assembly in 2014 Versions See available official languages Tags Mercenaries Private military and security companies Back to top Our Work The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights is the leading United Nations entity in the field of human rights, with a unique mandate to promote and protect all human rights for all people. © OHCHR 1996-2022 Latest Feature Stories Media Center Meetings & Events Resources Databases Library Publications Connect Contact Us Follow us Work With Us Global Social Channels Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Donate Contact Copyrights Privacy Policy Terms of use
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Score: 939305.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/docum...urity-companies-united-nations
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The ILO, as the global authority on international labour standards, is uniquely placed to support or facilitate such dialogues as part of its overall strategy to promote the uptake of the principles of the MNE Declaration. (...) Depending on the nature of the joint request, the dialogue facilities may be for ILO to: Provide a neutral ground for parties to engage in meaningful dialogue; Provide input during the company-union dialogue as a technical or expert adviser to inform the company-union dialogue; Facilitate dialogue. The company-union dialogue is based on consensus of the parties, and its content shall not be used for any binding procedure.
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Score: 938860.7 - https://www.ilo.org/empent/are...WCMS_572115/lang--en/index.htm
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The ILO, as the global authority on international labour standards, is uniquely placed to support or facilitate such dialogues as part of its overall strategy to promote the uptake of the principles of the MNE Declaration. (...) Depending on the nature of the joint request, the dialogue facilities may be for ILO to: Provide a neutral ground for parties to engage in meaningful dialogue; Provide input during the company-union dialogue as a technical or expert adviser to inform the company-union dialogue; Facilitate dialogue. The company-union dialogue is based on consensus of the parties, and its content shall not be used for any binding procedure.
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Score: 938860.7 - www.ilo.org/tokyo/helpd...WCMS_572115/lang--en/index.htm
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The ILO, as the global authority on international labour standards, is uniquely placed to support or facilitate such dialogues as part of its overall strategy to promote the uptake of the principles of the MNE Declaration. (...) Depending on the nature of the joint request, the dialogue facilities may be for ILO to: Provide a neutral ground for parties to engage in meaningful dialogue; Provide input during the company-union dialogue as a technical or expert adviser to inform the company-union dialogue; Facilitate dialogue. The company-union dialogue is based on consensus of the parties, and its content shall not be used for any binding procedure.
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Score: 938860.7 - https://www.ilo.org/tokyo/help...WCMS_572115/lang--en/index.htm
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Governments have been calling for more concerted action from social media companies to address the problem of terrorist and violent extremist content online. (...) Academic world Universities, think tanks, and independent researchers are uniquely placed to ask probing questions and to conduct methodologically sound research and have important policy roles to play. (...) UN Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy The UN General Assembly adopted by consensus the UN Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy  on 8 September 2006. The strategy is a unique global instrument to enhance national, regional and international efforts to counter terrorism.
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Score: 936353.9 - https://www.un.org/counterterrorism/node/15644
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During his tenure, his team successfully conceptualised and awarded the Requests for Proposal (RFPs) to appoint the Network Company (NetCo) and Operating Company (OpCo) of Singapore’s Next Gen NBN. The Next Gen NBN is globally unique as its open-access model has been designed through a combination of structural and operational separation requirements set out by IDA.
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Score: 936241.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...rin%20S%20Grewal%20-%20Bio.pdf
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Презентация PowerPoint International Centre of Excellence on Sustainable Resource Management (under the aegis of the UNECE) Project of establishment “System of National Audit of International Reserves” Contents Brief project description___________________________________________ The problem that project aims to address_____________________________ Solution_______________________________________________________ Expected outcome of the project____________________________________ The uniqueness of the project______________________________________ The effect of the project on the development of national human capital and on the innovation chain of the country__________________________________ 5 elements to establish a new unified reserves assessment system________________________________________________________ General path map_______________________________________________ 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Brief project description GOALS Main objective for the project is to establish an international centre for the sustainable and harmonious management of natural resources (renewable and non-renewable) OBJECTIVE ▪ Creation of a unified system of independent auditing of natural resources and reserves ▪ Harmonization of national classifications of natural resources of CIS and developing countries on the basis of the UNECE system and Bridging document of the Russian Federation ▪ Ensuring sustainable development of the mineral resource base of CIS countries ▪ Introduction of common standards for valuation and audit of reserves to attract investments for exploration and development of natural resources in CIS countries ▪ Creation of the unified system of accreditation and mutual recognition of experts (competent persons) in the field of subsoil management ICE-SRM was founded by Moscow State University and the Eurasian Union of Experts on Subsoil (EUES), supported by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation and Innopraktika - a non government development institution which mission is to promote the growth of Russian national human capital The problem that project aims to address Russian Federation has two systems for estimation of mineral reserves: one for regulatory purposes and one for financial institutions, investors and subsoil users, based on international classifications (PRMS and SEC for hydrocarbons) and used to value upstream assets, primarily securities issuing companies on foreign exchanges, but not focused on developing social and economic issues The public Russian oil and gas companies conduct annual PRMS and SEC estimations (predominantly an annual technical and economic evaluation of assets when preparing financial statements of traded companies and carrying out valuations) There is a need for the unified reserves estimation system that would combine long-term planning, socio-economic development, environmental issues, and provide opportunities to attract investment. 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Creation of a national audit system for mineral reserves, including: ▪ Development and implementation of reporting standards for auditing hydrocarbon reserves and certification of specialists for major vertically integrated oil companies based on international UNECE standards and Russian classification; ▪ Establishment of an Institute of accredited experts and competent persons recognized by the Russian Federation and the international community; ▪ Introduction of financial reporting based on Russian classification and UNRMS (UN Resource Management System); ▪ Integration of the system of national audit of mineral reserves into the system of Russian State Audit of reserves with implementation of the advantages of both systems: recognition of the results of the state audit of reserves by the state authorities and their use for the purposes of strategic state planning, elimination of affiliation during the assessment of reserves, ensuring rational use of mineral resources, promptness of national audit (annual assessment of reserves in order to make investment decisions) 3. 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Expected outcome of the project Creation and implementation of the UNRMS 02 Mutual recognition of classification based on UNFC and UNRMS 03 One of the purposes of mutual recognition by participating countries the UNFC is the transition to mutual settlements in national currencies Recognition will provide an alternative to PRMS and as well give an opportunity for CIS and developing country members to engage with BRICS banks and international exchanges to enhance their investment potential Creation of the national audit system 01 To create a unified system to ensure the development of society, the state and attract investment in exploration and production, initially for hydrocarbons and subsequently for all minerals based on the Oil & Gas Reserves and Resources Classification of the RF and the UNFC The uniqueness of the project The introduction of UNFC and UNRMS in the CIS and developing countries will give an opportunity: ▪ to evaluate more objectively the potential resource of the CIS countries ▪ to enable the creation and development of additional economic and production connections ▪ to increase energy security of the CIS countries with the formation of important elements of strategic planning The creation of ICE-SRM in Russian Federation and the implementation of the proposed solutions will ensure interstate cooperation between: ▪ CIS and BRICS countries ▪ financial institutions ▪ producing and auditing companies in the field of reserves evaluation and financial reporting based on unified approaches defined by UNFC and UNRMS The effect of the project on the development of national human capital and on the innovation chain of the country For the state ▪ Quality planning ▪ Reliable assessment of the investment attractiveness of commodity companies ▪ Development of the financial market and improvement of the investment climate For the financial regulators For the producing companies For the experts For the partner countries ▪ Confidence (trust, transparency) in the presented reserves estimates ▪ Possibility to compare data on Russian reserves with those of other countries ▪ Involvement of experts in the evaluation of reserves of other countries (including CIS and BRICS countries) to determine their investment attractiveness ▪ Efficiency of decision-making ▪ Reduction of costs, simplification of reserves assessment procedure ▪ Confidence (trust, transparency), full awareness ▪ Unification of rules for provision of information for state expertise and attraction of financing ▪ Decision making based on real data and company perspective ▪ Simplification of the process of approving tax incentives by switching to an annual rapid assessment of profitable reserves and concluding investment agreements on the basis of state-examined Project Technical Documentation (PTD) ▪ Recognition (including international recognition), status ▪ Extensive opportunities / potential for growth ▪ Clear rights and responsibilities (rules of the game) ▪ Establishment of new independent investment decision-making centres ▪ Expansion of the number of highly qualified participants in the assessment of mineral reserves ▪ Creating a competitive environment in the reserves audit segment Five elements are needed to establish a new unified reserves assessment system: The State Commissions (GKZ Rosnedra, CDC Rosnedra) ensure: ▪ balancing the interests of the state and investors ▪ rational use of subsoil resources (approval of development projects). ▪ conducting a reliable examination of reserves, including an independent audit ▪ involvement of accredited experts and competent persons in state expertise ▪ accreditation, maintenance of the Register of Auditors A professional organization of experts ensures that: The Bank of Russia provides: Experts in the field of subsoil management, competent persons ▪ training, certification, accreditation of experts and competent persons ▪ maintain a Register of experts and competent persons ▪ share reputational risks with experts and competent persons ▪ compliance of experts and competent persons with the Code of Ethics ▪ training of new experts ▪ accreditation of auditors ▪ Regulatory regulation for the use of state expertise and auditing of reserves for making decisions on allocation and/or attraction of finances ▪ establishment of rules for disclosure of information by public companies on the Russian stock market ▪ unifying the rules for the provision of reserves valuation data with regard to the needs of the financial market ▪ members of a professional organization ▪ certified, accredited ▪ Comply with the Code of Ethics State commissions, experts, a professional organization, independent consultants and the Bank of Russia A general road map for the creation of the national system for assessing reserves in Russia Events 2020-2021 2022-2023 2024+ Experts and competent persons Legislating the status Amendments to the Law on Subsoil (NLA) Accreditation and the register Involvement for the state appraisal Independent consultants-evaluators Legislating the status Formation of companies of assessors Accreditation of valuation companies Engaging for expertise (audit) Reserves assessment requirements Disclosure of reserves in public reporting Pilot project Evaluation of pilots Annual disclosure of information Credit risk assessment based on the PTD Pilot project Evaluation of pilots Creation of a credit instrument for reserves in Russia FEA approval Engagement with BRICS institutions Improved reporting Promotion of Russian experts Comparison of NRC(National Resource Classification) and PRMS Marketing and Promotion of the Russian Federation NRC Regulation of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation on the involvement of independent consultants in assessing credit risks of commodity companies Amendments to the Regulations of the Bank of Russia 30.12.2014 N 454-П Road map (project) Key challenges Respons. 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 I • Establishment of an inter-ministerial working group. • Inclusion of the Concept in the Russian Federation Government's Priority Project Portfolio, appointment of a project manager, development and approval of a project plan, including a financial plan.
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Score: 935841.8 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...95%D0%9B_210912%20%28en%29.pdf
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Corporate social responsibility ILO and H&M sign unique agreement on sustainable global supply chains in the garment industry New partnership will address industrial relations, wages, capacity building for social partners and skills development in global supply chains of the garment industry. Press release | 15 September 2014 Helena Helmersson (Head of Corporate Social Responsability H&M) with ILO Director-General Guy Ryder GENEVA AND STOCKHOLM - The International Labour Organization (ILO) and H&M have forged a unique partnership to promote sustainable global supply chains in the garment industry. (...) About the ILO : The ILO has governments, employers’ organizations and workers’ organizations from 185 countries worldwide as members. Its unique tripartite structure and global presence means that it is well placed to contribute to sustainable change in global garment supply chains.
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Score: 935780.7 - https://www.ilo.org/beijing/in...WCMS_306151/lang--en/index.htm
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Corporate social responsibility ILO and H&M sign unique agreement on sustainable global supply chains in the garment industry New partnership will address industrial relations, wages, capacity building for social partners and skills development in global supply chains of the garment industry. Press release | 15 September 2014 Helena Helmersson (Head of Corporate Social Responsability H&M) with ILO Director-General Guy Ryder GENEVA AND STOCKHOLM - The International Labour Organization (ILO) and H&M have forged a unique partnership to promote sustainable global supply chains in the garment industry. (...) About the ILO : The ILO has governments, employers’ organizations and workers’ organizations from 185 countries worldwide as members. Its unique tripartite structure and global presence means that it is well placed to contribute to sustainable change in global garment supply chains.
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Score: 935780.7 - www.ilo.org/beijing/inf...WCMS_306151/lang--en/index.htm
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