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FAO - SFM Outils de détails:  Cultural and Spiritual Values of Protected Areas FAO.org english français Español Gestion Durable des Forêts (GDF) Boîte à outils Contexte Modules Outils Cas News Apprentissage en ligne Gateway Enregistrez Tool Details Cultural and Spiritual Values of Protected Areas https://csvpa.org/ This global network of experts concerned with cultural and spiritual values supports protected areas, which aims to promote the appropriate recognition and inclusion of these relevant issues into protected area policies, management and evaluation.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 946247.7 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...ls/tools-details/fr/c/1256240/
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21A/1 International Labour Conference Provisional Record Ninety-fifth Session, Geneva, 2006 TEXT OF THE RECOMMENDATION CONCERNING THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP SUBMITTED BY THE DRAFTING COMMITTEE TEXTE DE LA RECOMMANDATION CONCERNANT LA RELATION DE TRAVAIL PRÉSENTÉ PAR LE COMITÉ DE RÉDACTION 21A Conférence internationale du Travail Compte rendu provisoire Quatre-vingt-quinzième session, Genève, 2006 21A/2 TEXT OF THE RECOMMENDATION CONCERNING THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP The General Conference of the International Labour Organization, Having been convened at Geneva by the Governing Body of the International Labour Office, and having met in its Ninety-fifth Session on 31 May 2006, and Considering that there is protection offered by national laws and regulations and collective agreements which are linked to the existence of an employment relationship between an employer and an employee, and Considering that laws and regulations, and their interpretation, should be compatible with the objectives of decent work, and Considering that employment or labour law seeks, among other things, to address what can be an unequal bargaining position between parties to an employment relationship, and Considering that the protection of workers is at the heart of the mandate of the International Labour Organization, and in accordance with principles set out in the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, 1998, and the Decent Work Agenda, and Considering the difficulties of establishing whether or not an employment relationship exists in situations where the respective rights and obligations of the parties concerned are not clear, where there has been an attempt to disguise the employment relationship, or where inadequacies or limitations exist in the legal framework, or in its interpretation or application, and Noting that situations exist where contractual arrangements can have the effect of depriving workers of the protection they are due, and Recognizing that there is a role for international guidance to Members in achieving this protection through national law and practice, and that such guidance should remain relevant over time, and Further recognizing that such protection should be accessible to all, particularly vulnerable workers, and should be based on law that is efficient, effective and comprehensive, with expeditious outcomes, and that encourages voluntary compliance, and Recognizing that national policy should be the result of consultation with the social partners and should provide guidance to the parties concerned in the workplace, and Recognizing that national policy should promote economic growth, job creation and decent work, and 21A/3 TEXTE DE LA RECOMMANDATION CONCERNANT LA RELATION DE TRAVAIL La Conférence générale de l’Organisation internationale du Travail, Convoquée à Genève par le Conseil d’administration du Bureau international du Travail, et s’y étant réunie le 31 mai 2006, en sa quatre-vingt-quinzième session; Considérant que la législation nationale et les conventions collectives offrent une protection qui est liée à l’existence d’une relation de travail entre un employeur et un salarié; Considérant que la législation et son interprétation devraient être compatibles avec les objectifs du travail décent; Considérant que le droit du travail vise notamment à répondre à ce qui peut être un rapport de force inégal dans la négociation entre les parties à une relation de travail; Considérant que la protection des travailleurs est au cœur du mandat de l’Organisation internationale du Travail, et conforme aux principes énoncés dans la Déclaration de l’OIT relative aux principes et droits fondamentaux au travail, 1998, et à l’Agenda du travail décent; Considérant les difficultés d’établir l’existence d’une relation de travail lorsque les droits et obligations des parties concernées ne sont pas clairs, lorsqu’il y a eu une tentative de déguiser la relation de travail, ou lorsque la législation, son interprétation ou son application présentent des insuffisances ou des limites; Notant qu’il existe des situations dans lesquelles des arrangements contractuels peuvent avoir pour effet de priver les travailleurs de la protection à laquelle ils ont droit; Reconnaissant que les orientations internationales s’adressant aux Etats Membres ont un rôle à jouer pour les aider à assurer cette protection par la législation et la pratique nationales, et que ces orientations devraient rester utiles dans le temps; Reconnaissant en outre que cette protection devrait être accessible à tous, en particulier aux travailleurs vulnérables, et se fonder sur une législation qui soit efficace, effective et de portée générale, rapidement suivie d’effets, et qui encourage son respect spontané; Reconnaissant que la politique nationale devrait être le résultat de consultations avec les partenaires sociaux et devrait fournir des orientations aux parties intéressées sur le lieu de travail; Reconnaissant que la politique nationale devrait promouvoir la croissance économique, la création d’emplois et le travail décent; 21A/4 Considering that the globalized economy has increased the mobility of workers who are in need of protection, at least against circumvention of national protection by choice of law, and Noting that, in the framework of transnational provision of services, it is important to establish who is considered a worker in an employment relationship, what rights the worker has, and who the employer is, and Considering that the difficulties in establishing the existence of an employment relationship may create serious problems for those workers concerned, their communities, and society at large, and Considering that the uncertainty as to the existence of an employment relationship needs to be addressed to guarantee fair competition and effective protection of workers in an employment relationship in a manner appropriate to national law or practice, and Noting all relevant international labour standards, especially those addressing the particular situation of women, as well as those addressing the scope of the employment relationship, and Having decided upon the adoption of certain proposals with regard to the employment relationship, which is the fifth item on the agenda of the session, and Having determined that these proposals shall take the form of a Recommendation; adopts this day of June of the year two thousand and six the following Recommendation, which may be cited as the Employment Relationship Recommendation, 2006. (...) National policy should at least include measures to: (a) provide guidance for the parties concerned, in particular employers and workers, on effectively establishing the existence of an employment relationship and on the distinction between employed and self-employed workers; (b) combat disguised employment relationships in the context of, for example, other relationships that may include the use of other forms of contractual arrangements that hide the true legal status, noting that a disguised employment relationship occurs when the employer treats an individual as other than an employee in a manner that hides his or her true legal status as an employee, and that situations can arise where contractual arrangements have the effect of depriving workers of the protection they are due; (c) ensure standards applicable to all forms of contractual arrangements, including those involving multiple parties, so that employed workers have the protection they are due; (d) ensure that standards applicable to all forms of contractual arrangements establish who is responsible for the protection contained therein; (e) provide effective access of those concerned, in particular employers and workers, to appropriate, speedy, inexpensive, fair and efficient procedures and mechanisms for settling disputes regarding the existence and terms of an employment relationship; (f) ensure compliance with, and effective application of, laws and regulations concerning the employment relationship; and (g) provide for appropriate and adequate training in relevant international labour standards, comparative and case law for the judiciary, arbitrators, mediators, labour inspectors, and other persons responsible for dealing with the resolution of disputes and enforcement of national employment laws and standards. 5. (...) In the context of the transnational movement of workers: (a) in framing national policy, a Member should, after consulting the most representative organizations of employers and workers, consider adopting appropriate measures within its jurisdiction, and where appropriate in collaboration with other Members, so as to provide effective protection to and prevent abuses of migrant workers in its territory who may be affected by uncertainty as to the existence of an employment relationship; (b) where workers are recruited in one country for work in another, the Members concerned may consider concluding bilateral agreements to prevent abuses and fraudulent practices which have as their purpose the evasion of the existing arrangements for the protection of workers in the context of an employment relationship. 8.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 927137.3 - www.ilo.org/public/engl.../relm/ilc/ilc95/pdf/pr-21a.pdf
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Members should recognize the role and capacities of workers’ organizations and other organizations concerned to support and assist victims of forced or compulsory labour. 7. (...) Taking into account their national circumstances, Members should take the most effective protective measures for migrants subjected to forced or compulsory labour, irrespective of their legal status in the national territory, including: (a) provision of a reflection and recovery period in order to allow the person concerned to take an informed decision relating to protective measures and participation in legal proceedings, during which the person shall be authorized to remain in the territory of the member State concerned when there are reasonable grounds to believe that the person is a victim of forced or compulsory labour; 9 c) établir des mécanismes de traitement des plaintes adéquats et accessibles; d) imposer des sanctions adéquates; e) réglementer ou autoriser ces services. 9. (...) Members should take action to strengthen the enforcement of national laws and regulations and other measures, including by: (a) giving to the relevant authorities, such as labour inspection services, the necessary mandate, resources and training to allow them to effectively enforce the law and cooperate with other organizations concerned for the prevention and protection of victims of forced or compulsory labour; (b) providing for the imposition of penalties, in addition to penal sanctions, such as the confiscation of profits of forced or compulsory labour and of other assets in accordance with national laws and regulations; (c) ensuring that legal persons can be held liable for the violation of the prohibition to use forced or compulsory labour in applying Article 25 of the Convention and clause (b) above; and 11 b) l’octroi d’un titre de séjour temporaire ou permanent et l’accès au marché du travail; c) des mesures facilitant le rapatriement sûr et de préférence volontaire.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 927137.3 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...eetingdocument/wcms_248908.pdf
Source de données: un
21A/1 International Labour Conference Provisional Record Ninety-fifth Session, Geneva, 2006 TEXT OF THE RECOMMENDATION CONCERNING THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP SUBMITTED BY THE DRAFTING COMMITTEE TEXTE DE LA RECOMMANDATION CONCERNANT LA RELATION DE TRAVAIL PRÉSENTÉ PAR LE COMITÉ DE RÉDACTION 21A Conférence internationale du Travail Compte rendu provisoire Quatre-vingt-quinzième session, Genève, 2006 21A/2 TEXT OF THE RECOMMENDATION CONCERNING THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP The General Conference of the International Labour Organization, Having been convened at Geneva by the Governing Body of the International Labour Office, and having met in its Ninety-fifth Session on 31 May 2006, and Considering that there is protection offered by national laws and regulations and collective agreements which are linked to the existence of an employment relationship between an employer and an employee, and Considering that laws and regulations, and their interpretation, should be compatible with the objectives of decent work, and Considering that employment or labour law seeks, among other things, to address what can be an unequal bargaining position between parties to an employment relationship, and Considering that the protection of workers is at the heart of the mandate of the International Labour Organization, and in accordance with principles set out in the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, 1998, and the Decent Work Agenda, and Considering the difficulties of establishing whether or not an employment relationship exists in situations where the respective rights and obligations of the parties concerned are not clear, where there has been an attempt to disguise the employment relationship, or where inadequacies or limitations exist in the legal framework, or in its interpretation or application, and Noting that situations exist where contractual arrangements can have the effect of depriving workers of the protection they are due, and Recognizing that there is a role for international guidance to Members in achieving this protection through national law and practice, and that such guidance should remain relevant over time, and Further recognizing that such protection should be accessible to all, particularly vulnerable workers, and should be based on law that is efficient, effective and comprehensive, with expeditious outcomes, and that encourages voluntary compliance, and Recognizing that national policy should be the result of consultation with the social partners and should provide guidance to the parties concerned in the workplace, and Recognizing that national policy should promote economic growth, job creation and decent work, and 21A/3 TEXTE DE LA RECOMMANDATION CONCERNANT LA RELATION DE TRAVAIL La Conférence générale de l’Organisation internationale du Travail, Convoquée à Genève par le Conseil d’administration du Bureau international du Travail, et s’y étant réunie le 31 mai 2006, en sa quatre-vingt-quinzième session; Considérant que la législation nationale et les conventions collectives offrent une protection qui est liée à l’existence d’une relation de travail entre un employeur et un salarié; Considérant que la législation et son interprétation devraient être compatibles avec les objectifs du travail décent; Considérant que le droit du travail vise notamment à répondre à ce qui peut être un rapport de force inégal dans la négociation entre les parties à une relation de travail; Considérant que la protection des travailleurs est au cœur du mandat de l’Organisation internationale du Travail, et conforme aux principes énoncés dans la Déclaration de l’OIT relative aux principes et droits fondamentaux au travail, 1998, et à l’Agenda du travail décent; Considérant les difficultés d’établir l’existence d’une relation de travail lorsque les droits et obligations des parties concernées ne sont pas clairs, lorsqu’il y a eu une tentative de déguiser la relation de travail, ou lorsque la législation, son interprétation ou son application présentent des insuffisances ou des limites; Notant qu’il existe des situations dans lesquelles des arrangements contractuels peuvent avoir pour effet de priver les travailleurs de la protection à laquelle ils ont droit; Reconnaissant que les orientations internationales s’adressant aux Etats Membres ont un rôle à jouer pour les aider à assurer cette protection par la législation et la pratique nationales, et que ces orientations devraient rester utiles dans le temps; Reconnaissant en outre que cette protection devrait être accessible à tous, en particulier aux travailleurs vulnérables, et se fonder sur une législation qui soit efficace, effective et de portée générale, rapidement suivie d’effets, et qui encourage son respect spontané; Reconnaissant que la politique nationale devrait être le résultat de consultations avec les partenaires sociaux et devrait fournir des orientations aux parties intéressées sur le lieu de travail; Reconnaissant que la politique nationale devrait promouvoir la croissance économique, la création d’emplois et le travail décent; 21A/4 Considering that the globalized economy has increased the mobility of workers who are in need of protection, at least against circumvention of national protection by choice of law, and Noting that, in the framework of transnational provision of services, it is important to establish who is considered a worker in an employment relationship, what rights the worker has, and who the employer is, and Considering that the difficulties in establishing the existence of an employment relationship may create serious problems for those workers concerned, their communities, and society at large, and Considering that the uncertainty as to the existence of an employment relationship needs to be addressed to guarantee fair competition and effective protection of workers in an employment relationship in a manner appropriate to national law or practice, and Noting all relevant international labour standards, especially those addressing the particular situation of women, as well as those addressing the scope of the employment relationship, and Having decided upon the adoption of certain proposals with regard to the employment relationship, which is the fifth item on the agenda of the session, and Having determined that these proposals shall take the form of a Recommendation; adopts this day of June of the year two thousand and six the following Recommendation, which may be cited as the Employment Relationship Recommendation, 2006. (...) National policy should at least include measures to: (a) provide guidance for the parties concerned, in particular employers and workers, on effectively establishing the existence of an employment relationship and on the distinction between employed and self-employed workers; (b) combat disguised employment relationships in the context of, for example, other relationships that may include the use of other forms of contractual arrangements that hide the true legal status, noting that a disguised employment relationship occurs when the employer treats an individual as other than an employee in a manner that hides his or her true legal status as an employee, and that situations can arise where contractual arrangements have the effect of depriving workers of the protection they are due; (c) ensure standards applicable to all forms of contractual arrangements, including those involving multiple parties, so that employed workers have the protection they are due; (d) ensure that standards applicable to all forms of contractual arrangements establish who is responsible for the protection contained therein; (e) provide effective access of those concerned, in particular employers and workers, to appropriate, speedy, inexpensive, fair and efficient procedures and mechanisms for settling disputes regarding the existence and terms of an employment relationship; (f) ensure compliance with, and effective application of, laws and regulations concerning the employment relationship; and (g) provide for appropriate and adequate training in relevant international labour standards, comparative and case law for the judiciary, arbitrators, mediators, labour inspectors, and other persons responsible for dealing with the resolution of disputes and enforcement of national employment laws and standards. 5. (...) In the context of the transnational movement of workers: (a) in framing national policy, a Member should, after consulting the most representative organizations of employers and workers, consider adopting appropriate measures within its jurisdiction, and where appropriate in collaboration with other Members, so as to provide effective protection to and prevent abuses of migrant workers in its territory who may be affected by uncertainty as to the existence of an employment relationship; (b) where workers are recruited in one country for work in another, the Members concerned may consider concluding bilateral agreements to prevent abuses and fraudulent practices which have as their purpose the evasion of the existing arrangements for the protection of workers in the context of an employment relationship. 8.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 927137.3 - www.ilo.org/public/fren.../relm/ilc/ilc95/pdf/pr-21a.pdf
Source de données: un
Statement by the Guinea configuration of the Peacebuilding Commission The members of the Guinea configuration of the United Nations Peacebuilding Commission are concerned by the acts of violence committed in the context of the demonstrations on 13 and 14 April 2015.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 923236.9 - https://www.un.org/peacebuildi...tion_guinee150415_fr_et_en.pdf
Source de données: un
Sensibilisation et dialogue Screening of prospective investors and investment proposals Lilongwe Ghana workshop 2017 Online forum for the involvement of women and youth Workshop on women and youth-led agribusinesses in Accra, 1 August 2019 Bonnes pratiques Groupe de travail inter-agence AGRINVEST Changement climatique Global engagement Publications Réunions et nouvelles Projets Statistiques Commerce et marchés  >  Economic and Social Development stream  >  Questions d’actualité  >  Investissement  >  Sensibilisation et dialogue   Séminaire technique sur l’utilisation de principes directeurs pour des nouveaux projets d’investissement agricole Accra (Ghana), les 29 et 30 septembre 2015 Informations sur le séminaire technique:   Compte rendu ( français , anglais )   Communiqué de presse ( anglais ) Toutes les présentations en ligne (en anglais): FAO Trends in FDI in agriculture FAO Impacts of FDI and international voluntary standards   World Bank The practice of responsible investment principles in larger scale agricultural investment   IFAD Practices and lessons from IFAD funded projects in Ghana   Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MOFA)  Agriculture Investment Guide   Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC)   Ghana Commercial Agriculture Project (GCAP)   Ghana Federation of Agricultural Producers (GFAP)   Concerned African Youth Forum Youth Inclusion & Participation    B-BOVID   Global Shea Alliance (GSA)   Miro Forestry Liens connexes Groupe de travail inter-agence Instruments directeurs pour un investissement agricole responsable FIDA CNUCED Banque mondiale Contact M.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 915813.3 - https://www.fao.org/economic/e...lisation/workshop-ghana-fr/fr/
Source de données: un
Guidelines for micro-finance and credit services in support of small-scale fisheries in Asia | Directives volontaires visant à assurer la durabilité de la pêche artisanale dans le contexte de la sécurité alimentaire et de l'éradication de la pauvreté | Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Directives volontaires visant à assurer la durabilité de la pêche artisanale dans le contexte de la sécurité alimentaire et de l'éradication de la pauvreté Généralités Directives sur la pêche artisanale Un nouvel éclairage sur les captures non visibles Mise en œuvre Nouvelles et événements Ressources Partenaires Guidelines for micro-finance and credit services in support of small-scale fisheries in Asia Documents 23/07/2019 The purpose of these guidelines is fourfold: (i) Increase awareness about the financial service needs of small-scale fishers (SSF) for more sustainable and inclusive access to finance; (ii) Guide policy and decision makers in the Asia-Pacific region and elsewhere, to help introduce and incentivize financial services to small-scale fishers, with the ultimate objective to encourage investment in the industry and by doing so influence and strengthen sustainability, ecological and economic viability of these fisheries; (iii) Build capacity among financial service providers, fisherfolk organizations, NGOs, and concerned government agencies, to design and implement financial service products and programmes that suit the needs of small-scale fishing communities and enhance social protection; and (iv) remote financial services that incentivize and reward a responsible and sustainable conduct of fishing, fish processing and marketing operations.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 908508.1 - https://www.fao.org/voluntary-...ources/detail-fr/fr/c/1202903/
Source de données: un
The Security Council shall encourage the development of pacific settlement of local disputes through such regional arrangements or by such regional agencies either on the initiative of the states concerned or by reference from the Security Council.   (...) But no enforcement action shall be taken under regional arrangements or by regional agencies without the authorization of the Security Council, with the exception of measures against any enemy state, as defined in paragraph 2 of this Article, provided for pursuant to Article 107 or in regional arrangements directed against renewal of aggressive policy on the part of any such state, until such time as the Organization may, on request of the Governments concerned, be charged with the responsibility for preventing further aggression by such a state.  
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 896433.6 - https://www.un.org/fr/node/129930
Source de données: un
The guidance provided is relevant to all procurement agencies – government agencies, donor agencies or other organizations and private procurers, regardless of whether the pesticides concerned are for use by farmers or others. Guidelines for retail distribution of pesticides with particular reference to storage and handling at the point of supply to users in developing countries [1988] These guidelines provide information on general precautions and requirements for the storage, handling and transportation of pesticides.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 887275.6 - https://www.fao.org/pest-and-p...des/distribution-and-sales/fr/
Source de données: un
POLICIES OF APARTHEID OF THE GOVERNMENT OF SOUTH AFRICA : REQUEST FOR HEARING
Bryce Hallowell, de l'Association of Concerned Taxpayers* Dumfries (Virginie) En tant que Directeur chargé des politiques de l'Association of Concerned Taxpayers Act, je sollicite l'autorisation de témoigner devant la Commission politique spéciale. (...) Bryce Hallowell, de l'Association of Concerned Taxpayers* Dumfries (Virginie) En tant que Directeur chargé des politiques de l'Association of Concerned Taxpayers Act, je sollicite l'autorisation de témoigner devant la Commission politique spéciale. (...) Le Directeur chargé des politiques de l'Association of Concerned Taxpayers (Signé) D. Bryce HALLOWELL - NA' UNI -- 1 Qu CO Pl s r Digitized by Dag Hammarskjöld Library
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Ponctuation: 854846.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=A/SPC/45/L.3/ADD.6&Lang=F
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