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· Is the concept limited to the WTO; how do other international economic institutions, e.g. (...) · How do developing countries interpret the concept, how is it different from notion, such as “policy space”? · How do emerging economies who have gained voice within the WTO understand and apply the concept? · How do these concepts influence thinking about reforming the system generally?
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Score: 544738.67 - https://www.wto.org/english/fo...lic_forum2007_e/session5_e.doc
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Microsoft Word - ATM SG1 WP 12 - High Level Concept ATM SG/1-WP/12 3/06/2014 International Civil Aviation Organization MIDANPIRG ATM Sub Group First Meeting (ATM SG/1) (Cairo, Egypt, 9 - 12 June 2014) Agenda Item 5: Airspace Management Issues MID REGION’S HIGH LEVEL AIRSPACE CONCEPT (Presented by the Secretariat) SUMMARY This paper presents a proposal for a MID Region High Level Airspace Concept. (...) INTRODUCTION 1.1 An airspace concept provides the outline and intended framework of operations within an airspace. (...) Airspace concepts can include details of the practical organization of the airspace and its users based on particular CNS/ATM assumptions, e.g.
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Score: 543872.9 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...nts/2014/ATM%20SG1/WP%2012.pdf
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Microsoft Word - MID PIRG19 - WP49-MID High Level Airspace Concept-ICAO MID Doc 004.docx MIDANPIRG/19 & RASG-MID/9-WP/49 10/02/2022 International Civil Aviation Organization MIDANPIRG/19 and RASG-MID/9 Meetings (Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 14-17 February 2022) Agenda Item 5.7: Air Navigation Planning and Implementation - ATM MID REGION HIGH LEVEL AIRSPACE CONCEPT (HLAC) (Presented by the Secretariat) SUMMARY This paper presents an update on the actions taken as a follow-up to the MIDANPIRG Decision 18/32 related to High Level Airspace Concept (MID Doc 004). (...) INTRODUCTION 1.1 The objective of the MID Doc 004 “MID Region High Level Airspace Concept” is to consolidate the ATM operational requirements agreed upon by MIDANPIRG, in order to provide a generic set of characteristics to be applied by States, which would support the harmonization of the ATM operations in the MID Region. 1.2 The meeting may wish to recall MIDANPIRG Decision 18/32: MIDANPIRG DECISION 18/32: HIGH LEVEL AIRSPACE CONCEPT ACTION GROUP (HLAC AG) That, the High Level Airspace Concept Action Group (HLAC AG), composed of the ATM Focal Points from Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Oman, Saudi Arabia, UAE, IATA and ICAO MID, be established to review and prepare a revised version of the MID Region High Level Airspace Concept (MID Doc 004), by 31 August 2021, for presentation to the ATM SG/7 meeting and endorsement by the MIDANPIRG/19 meeting. (...) What Revised version of the MID Doc 004 Who HLAC AG When 2022 DRAFT MIDANPIRG/19 DECISION 19/XX: HIGH LEVEL AIRSPACE CONCEPT ACTION GROUP (HLAC AG) That, the High Level Airspace Concept Action Group (HLAC AG), composed of the ATM Focal Points from Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Oman, Saudi Arabia, UAE, IATA and ICAO MID, be established to review and prepare a revised version of the MID Region High Level Airspace Concept (MID Doc 004), by 30 September 2022, for presentation to the ATM SG/8 meeting and endorsement by the MIDANPIRG/20 meeting. 3.
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Score: 543740.1 - https://www.icao.int/MID/MIDAN...ID19%20and%20RASGMID9/WP49.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - 06 Workshop Introduction_vJUL13 Workshop Introduction and Working Arrangements Module 6 European Airspace Concept Workshops for PBN Implementation Airspace Concept Workshop 2 Introduction  Actual start of the work  Step-by-step approach  Team composition  Documenter  Present your work Airspace Concept Workshop 3 Workshop Limitations  2,5 day Workshop  Only high level  Curiosity  Compare results  Provide our solution  What are your issues (discussions) Airspace Concept Workshop 4 Round Table  Who are you  Background and experience  What do you expect to get out of this workshop Airspace Concept Workshop 5 Teams  Identify roles and responsibilities  Who will take the lead?  Role play  Documenter  CE and FP will support one of the teams Airspace Concept Workshop 6 Case Study  Setting the scene  Basic data  Think outside the box! (...)  Ask questions  There are no silly questions!! Airspace Concept Workshop 7 Breakout rooms  FP or CE will support and provide data if required  Material available  PC  MAPS  Overhead projector Airspace Concept Workshop 8 ANY QUESTIONS SO FAR?
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Score: 543589.65 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...shop%20Introduction_vJUL13.pdf
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Documentation|Second Global Sustainable Transport Conference | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili 14-16 October 2021, Beijing, China Toggle navigation Home About Programme Documentation » Documentation Related Documents Interagency Report Registration & Logistics Commitments & Partnerships Media » Media Videos Photos Other Events » Side Events Related Events Documentation Conference Documents Programme Concept note for the Conference Beijing Statement UN Journal announcement Frequently asked questions Information Note for the Conference   Invitation Letter to Member States (English)  (French) ( Spanish) Invitation Letter to ECESA Plus members Note Verbale from Protocol and Liaison Service (DGACM) to Member States and UN Agencies on general information and logistics Concept note for Forum on the Role of business in advancing sustainable transport Concept note for Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation for sustainable transport Concept note for Thematic session 1: Sustainable transport, poverty eradication, livelihoods and economic recovery Concept note for Thematic session 2: Sustainable transport and regional development Concept note for Thematic session 3: Sustainable transport and connectivity, including rural areas and countries in special situations Concept note for Thematic session 4: Sustainable transport and green development: climate change mitigation, adaptation and resilience Concept note for Thematic session 5: Policies for sustainable transport Concept note for Thematic session 6: Sustainable transport and sustainable cities General Assembly Resolution A/RES/72/212 - Strengthening the links between all modes of transport to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals   United Nations Donate facebook twitter A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 542663.3 - https://www.un.org/en/node/48741
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He viewed it as a useful concept to complement the traditional concept of security, linking that traditional conceptualization with concepts relating to development and human rights.  (...) Contrary to the traditional concept of security, “human security” had broadened the concept to encompass human rights concerns in the pursuit of security.  (...) The concept of human security was not new and her delegation welcomed the concept’s noble objectives.  
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Score: 542614.65 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2010/ga10944.doc.htm
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Franz Xaver Perrez Head of Section Global Affairs, Federal Office for the Environment, Switzerland IFCS Forum V, Budapest, 26. 9. 2006 Overview: 1.Introduction 2.Background: Origins of the Concept 3.Issues Surrounding the Application of Precaution (a)Elements of the Concept (b)Main “Challenges” (c)Status in International Law 4.Relevant International Instruments 5.Commonalities 6.Conclusions IFCS Forum V, Budapest, 26. 9. 2006 Background: Origins of Precaution • growing appreciation of the scientific uncertainties; • irreversible consequences of not taking a preventive measure; • evolved in national legislation; • internationally, invoked in the early 1980’s; • Rio Declaration (1992) as entry point into international policy IFCS Forum V, Budapest, 26. 9. 2006 Elements of the Concept Rio Principle 15: “In order to protect the environment, the precautionary approach shall be widely applied by States according to their capabilities. (...) IFCS Forum V, Budapest, 26. 9. 2006 Elements of the Concept Rio Principle 15: • protection of the environment; • threat of serious or irreversible damage; • scientific uncertainty; • cost-effectiveness; • does not require, but allow action; • application according to capability IFCS Forum V, Budapest, 26. 9. 2006 Elements of the Concept Stockholm Convention (Art. 1): “Mindful of the precautionary approach as set forth in Principle 15 of the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development, the objective of this Convention is to protect human health and the environment from persistent organic pollutants.” (...) IFCS Forum V, Budapest, 26. 9. 2006 Tools and Approaches for Applying Precaution in the Context of Chemicals Safety: An Introduction Background: Origins of Precaution Elements of the Concept Elements of the Concept Elements of the Concept Elements of the Concept Main Challenges to a Common Understanding Relevant International Instruments in Context of Chemicals Safety General Commonalities with regard to the Concept Conclusions
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Score: 541401.46 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...forums/forum5/perrez_swiss.pdf
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Developing an Implementation Research Proposal Module 3: Planning to conduct the research Six steps in the IR process • Objective • Expected outcomes • Key concepts • Seeking ethical clearance • Project implementation process • Good practices in research Outline of the Presentation Objective Increase your understanding of the planning process for implementing a research project Expected outcomes • Describe the ethical requirements and processes required to successfully submit a project protocol for ethical review • Describe the related ethical processes in a project cycle • Systematically describe the steps taken to implement a research project • Comprehend the value of good practices in the full cycle of a research project After this module you will be able to: Key concept 1: Seeking ethical clearance What are your experiences with seeking ethical approval? (...) Updating and revising the research plan Starting the Implementation Process Include the entire research team in the launch Review: Project goals Objectives Indicators Work plan Key Concept 2: Project Implementation • Documenting the processes • What is happening? (...) • Training of implementers • Pre-testing of instruments • Data management • Recording • Storage • Back up files • Data protection • Data sharing Key Concept 3: Good practices in IR Application of key concepts Example project: Key Findings from an evaluation of the mothers2mothers program in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa Concept 1: Ethical procedures Concept 2: Programme implementation processes Concept 3: Good practices in implementation research
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Score: 541321.44 - https://www.who.int/tdr/public...oolkit/Module3-Slide_Final.pdf
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Access concept note here 18 E 18.00-20.00 UNICEF Morocco and Morocco National Human Rights Council (CNDH - Conseil National des Droits de l'Homme) Opening of art exhibition: Journey of a Young Migrant: Bringing Stories Alive Through Art F 20.30-22.30 Palmeraie A 8.00-10.00 19 B 10.30-12.30 HLPM/UNECA/AUC Synergies Between the High Level Panel on Migration and the Global Compact on Migration Access concept note here 20 C 13.00-15.00 Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development, Tenaganita, Karmojibi Nari, Migrante International, International Migrants Alliance Migrants on death row: Bringing access to justice for migrant workers Access concept note 21 D 15.30-17.30 The Independent Center For Research and Dialogue Initiatives (CIRID), Switzerland and the MENA regional offices, in Partnership with the Republic of Senegal Memories of African Migration between Stillness and Motion Access concept note here 22 E 18.00-20.00 Eritrea, KNOMAD, World Bank A Proposed Systematic Review Framework for the Global Compact on Migration F 20.30-22.30 Diamant A 8.00-10.00 23 B 10.30-12.30 International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD), the International Organization for Migration (IOM), the European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM), the National Center for Competence in Research (nccr-on the move), University of Bern, and OCP Policy Center, with the support of the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) Migration, Trade and Global Economy Access concept note here Access agenda here 24 C 13.00-15.00 Government of Nigeria through its National Commission for Refugees, Migrants and Internally Displaced Persons (NCFRMI) in collaboration with Networks of Civil Society: Civil Society Network on Migration and Development (CSOnetMADE); Pan African Network in Defense of the Rights of Migrants (PANiDMR); Sisters of Notre Dame deNamur (SNDdeN); Curia Generalizia Agostiniana – Augustinians International, Center for Women Studies and Intervention (CWSI) Strengthening State and Non-state Actors' Cooperation and Partnership for the Implementation of the GCM: Experiences from Multiple Actors Collaboration Access concept note Access flyer here 25 D 15.30-17.30 Private sector Partnering with the private sector: The GCM and business Access concept note 26 E 18.00-20.00 OHCHR OHCHR informal discussion with NGOs on human rights in the Global Compact for Migration F 20.30-22.30 Side events on Sunday 9 December at Palmeraie Golf Palace Room Time slot Organizer Event title 1 Atlas 1 A 8.00-10.00 Representatives of CGFNS International, Inc. and the International Centre on Nurse Migration Restoration of Certification of Refugee Health Professionals and Caregivers Access concept note here 2 B 10.30-12.30 UNECA Operationalizing the Global Compact on Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration in Africa 3 C 13.00-15.00 UAE, IOM, Migrant Forum Asia Regional Dimensions in the Implementation, Follow-up and Review of the Global Compact for Migration Access concept note Access discussion paper 4 D 15.30-17.15 Regional Economic Commissions Regional Perspectives on the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration Access concept note Access flyer here 5 E 17.30 - 19.30 OECD, European Commission Immigrant integration in OECD–EU countries: better data for better integration and inclusion policies Access concept note Access flyer here 6 Atlas 2 A 8.00-10.00 the Initiative for Child Rights in the Global Compacts Member States, members of the Initiative on Child Rights in the Global Compacts (including UNICEF and other UN Agencies, Civil society organisations and other agencies/experts) IFRC other stakeholders Children and The Global Compact on Migration: How to translate commitments into action Access concept note B 10.30-12.30 7 C 13.00-15.00 Talent Beyond Boundaries A New Private Sector Talent Strategy and Emerging Solution to Displacement Access concept note Access flyer here 8 D 15.30-17.15 FAO/UNDP/UNHCR/WFP Minimizing the adverse drivers and structural factors that compel people to leave their countries through sustainable development in rural areas of origin 9 E 17.30 - 19.30 PEN International and The International Cities of Refuge Network (ICORN) Access website for info here 10 Oliveraie A 8.00-10.00 The Bahá’í International Community Beyond Migration Policies: Addressing the needs of an interconnected world 11 B 10.30-12.30 The State of Qatar’s Ministry for Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs and Co-Sponsors (TBC): Sri Lanka, a Western country. National Commitment, Inter-Regional Cooperation and Global Partnerships to Achieve Safe Migration 12 C 13.00-15.00 Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship of Canada in collaboration with the International Organization for Migration Innovative Solutions to Enhancing Pathways for Regular Migration Access flyer here (ENG/FR) Access concept note here 13 D 15.30-17.15 IOM (Frank Laczko) • OECD (Jean-Christophe Dumont) • UN DESA (Bela Hovy) • European Commission, Joint Research Center (Peter Bosch) Global programme to strengthen the collection and use of migration data Access concept note 14 E 17.30 - 19.30 • Global Coalition on Migration • Pan Africa Network in Defense of Migrant Rights (PANiDMR) • International Media Support- Voices of Migrants project • UN Agencies- OHCHR (TBD) Changing the Narratives on Migration in Africa: Collaborations between Media, Journalists and Migrant Rights Networks of Civil Society’ Access concept note 15 Roseraie A 8.00-10.00 Centre international de droit comparé de l'environnement (CIDCE) Migrations, Droit, Environnement et Sécurité/ Migration, Law, Environment and security Access concept note here Access flyer here 16 B 10.30-12.30 UNESCO Education and migration: Key lessons from the 2019 Global Education Monitoring Report on migration and displacement Access flyer to report here Access agenda here 17 C 13.00-15.00 UNCTAD/IOM High-level roundtable on Entrepreneurship for Migrants and Refugees From Policy formulation to implementation Access concept note here 18 D 15.30-17.15 Overseas Development Institute (ODI) ; Center for Global Development (CGD) ; London School of Economics (LSE) Institute of Global Affairs (IGA) ; IOM; Contributing Member States From global policy to national and local action: innovative proposals and instruments to maximise the potential of migration to achieve development outcomes Access concept note here 19 E 17.30 - 19.30 Caritas Internationalis, Religions for Peace Partnerships to Ensure Access to Services (Objectives 15 & 16 of the GCM) Access concept note here Access flyer here 20 Orangeraie A 8.00-10.00 Organisation internationale de la Francophonie (OIF) Mise en oeuvre du Pacte Mondial sur les migrations dans l'espace francophone: enjeux, actions et perspectives Access concept note here (FR) Access programme here (FR) 21 B 10.30-12.30 International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) Saving lives and ensuring safe access to basic services: Partnerships in the humanitarian aspects of migration Access concept note Access flyer here C 13.00-15.00 22 D 15.30-17.15 IOM Kickstarting GCM Implementation Access concept note here Access flyer here 23 E 17.30 - 19.30 National Human Rights Council of Morocco (CNDH) The Role of NHRIs in the National Action Plans for the Follow Up and Review of the Global Compact for Migration 24 Palmeraie A 8.00-10.00 Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) in collaboration with its partners: IOM, PDD, the Swiss Government and Government of Germany. Role of International Cooperation and Partnerships in Implementing the GCM - Mechanisms and Best Practices from the IGAD Region’ Access media brief Access flyer here 25 B 10.30-12.30 Special Rapporteur on the human rights of migrants; Quaker United Nations Office - MS TBC Advising for Action: Expert Technical Advice and Guidance for Implementation from the UN Special Procedures and Treaty Bodies Access concept note here 26 C 13.00-15.00 OHCHR Co-organized with Member States (TBC), UNHCR (TBC) and UNODC (TBC) Migrants in vulnerable situations: National practice for admission and stay based on human rights and humanitarian grounds Access concept note Access flyer here 27 D 15.30-17.15 European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) and the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD).
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Score: 541188.7 - https://www.un.org/en/conf/mig...oc/OSRSG-Side-event-Final.xlsx
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Such consideration should be based on criteria that are within the staff member’s control or that have some reasonable nexus to the concept of career service and are applicable to all staff members without distinction; Translated from French Case No. (...) The requirement of two years of service in a D or E duty station has a reasonable nexus to the concept of career service. A strict rotation policy for UNHCR staff both satisfies the Office’s operational Translated from French Case No. (...) Underlines the importance of the concept of career service for staff members performing continuing core functions; ... 3.
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Score: 468613.53 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2012-014e.pdf
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