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In this case, additional specific trade concerns can still be included in the agenda of the TBT Committee meeting under "Specific Trade Concerns", provided that Members wishing to raise the relevant concerns have previously informed the Member(s) involved of their intention to do so. However, such concerns will only be addressed after all specific trade concerns contained in the annotated draft agenda have been discussed. 4 5. (...) filename=q:/G/TBT/1R14.pdf&Open=True WTO ANALYTICAL INDEX TBT Agreement – Article 13 (Practice) 4 trade concerns raised in the TBT Committee.9 These annual reviews provide statistical information on the specific trade concerns raised in the TBT Committee and lists the specific trade concerns sorted by date, frequency and the number of Members that have expressed concern.
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Score: 360484.81 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...ons_e/ai17_e/tbt_art13_oth.pdf
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Among them, 31 countries (38 per cent) considered the ageing of the population to be a major concern. The developed countries were most concerned with population ageing. (...) Germany, Japan, the Republic of Korea and Russia have significant concern, while Italy and the United Kingdom indicated minor concern. (...) Half of the countries--Germany, Japan, Republic of Korea and Russia--had major concern with the working-age group (see table 8).
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Score: 360396.04 - https://www.un.org/development...egm_200010_populationpaper.pdf
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Latest developments | Request for Interpretation of the Judgment of 15 June 1962 in the Case concerning the Temple of Preah Vihear (Cambodia v. (...) Thailand) Available in: Original Language Translation (bilingual version) Translation Verbatim record 2013/2 Public sitting held on Monday 15 April 2013, at 3 p.m., at the Peace Palace, President Tomka presiding, in the case concerning the Request for Interpretation of the Judgment of 15 June 1962 in the Case concerning the Temple of Preah Vihear (Cambodia v. (...) Thailand) Available in: Original Language Translation (bilingual version) Translation Verbatim record 2013/6 Public sitting held on Friday 19 April 2013, at 3 p.m., at the Peace Palace, President Tomka presiding, in the case concerning the Request for Interpretation of the Judgment of 15 June 1962 in the Case concerning the Temple of Preah Vihear (Cambodia v.
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Score: 360375.27 - https://www.icj-cij.org/en/case/151
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With climate crisis top public concern, UN’s ActNow campaign steps up public engagement for more sustainable lifestyles - United Nations Sustainable Development Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search SDG Site A-Z Site Index Home About The Sustainable Development Agenda The Sustainable Development Goals: Our Framework for COVID-19 Recovery Decade of Action SDG Moment 2021 A New Social Contract for a New Era Food Systems Summit 2021 Why the SDGs Matter Monitoring and Progress – HLPF Sustainable Development Goals Report Financing for Development UN Secretary-General’s Strategy for Financing the 2030 Agenda United Nations Reform Campaigns Climate Gender Equality Ocean Goals 1-6 Goal 1: End poverty in all its forms Goal 2: Zero Hunger Goal 3: Health Goal 4: Education Goal 5: Gender equality and women’s empowerment Goal 6: Water and Sanitation 7-12 Goal 7: Energy Goal 8: Economic Growth Goal 9: Infrastructure, industrialization Goal 10: Inequality Goal 11: Cities Goal 12: Sustainable consumption and production 13-17 Goal 13: Climate Action Goal 14: Oceans Goal 15: Biodiversity, forests, desertification Goal 16: Peace, justice and strong institutions Goal 17: Partnerships Take Action ActNow.bot Food Challenge ActNow | Food Challenge | Sustainable Recipes ActNow | Food Challenge | Videos Be the Change The Lazy Person’s Guide to Saving the World Partnerships About Partnerships SDGs in Action app SDG Media Compact SDG Publishers Compact SDG Media Zone SDG Action Zone SDG Advocates Climate Advocates News and Media News Featured News Press materials SDG Planning Calendar Goal of the Month Goal of the Month | Archive Download communications materials Videos Learn more Student Resources SDG Book Club SDG Book Club | Archive SDG Media Zone Why the SDGs Matter Search SDG Site A-Z Site Index With climate crisis top public concern, UN’s ActNow campaign steps up public engagement for more sustainable lifestyles With climate crisis top public concern, UN’s ActNow campaign steps up public engagement for more sustainable lifestyles View Larger Image Press release New York, 23 September 2020 – In light of worsening climate impacts around the world and strong public concern about the climate crisis, the United Nations is stepping up engagement of its global audiences, calling on everyone everywhere to turn the recovery from COVID-19 into an opportunity to do things right for the future. (...) The UN’s worldwide consultation on the occasion of the Organization’s 75th anniversary identified the climate crisis and the destruction of the natural environment as the most overwhelming medium- and long-term concerns for people in all regions. A new mobile app in support of ActNow helps people to directly address those concerns.
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Score: 360315.53 - https://www.un.org/sustainable...g/2020/09/act-now-climate-app/
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Then, the third section includes some basic principles concerning the relationship between the Committee and civil society. (...) If no substantive reply is received from the Party concerned after three months or such longer period as may have been specified by the Party concerned, the secretariat sends a reminder to the Party concerned. (...) The Party concerned may also submit comments with respect to the admissibility of the communication.
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Score: 360190.33 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...iance/CC_Guidance_Document.pdf
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Representatives of both the Party concerned and the communicant participated in the formal discussions. (...) The Party concerned denied the allegations of the communication. (...) In this case, the Committee identified that legal issues raised by the communication had already been dealt with by the Committee in light of its deliberations in previous communications concerning compliance by the Party concerned, and decided that summary proceedings would apply.
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Score: 359984.86 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2010/10env_p29e.htm
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IN AGREEING TO MOST OF OUR GROUP’S CONCERNS AND PLIGHTS. MR CHAIR OUR GROUP GOAL WAS TO ARRIVE AT AN OUTCOME THAT CAPTURES AND ADDRESSES THE REALITIES OF WHAT MIGRANTS FACE DURING THEIR MOVEMENTS AND STAY WITHIN AND OUTSIDE THEIR COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN AND THEIR COUNTRIES OF DESTINATIONS, WHILE AT THE SAME TIME ADDRESS THE POPULATION ISSUES AND DYNAMICS AND THE NEW TRENDS IN MIGRATION, INCLUDING MIGRANTS’ CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS. (...) WE WOULD TO REQUEST THROUGH YOU THAT THIS CONCERN BE PUT ON THE OFFICIAL RECORD OF THIS COMMISSION. WE WOULD LIKE TO REITERATE OUR CONCERN THAT PP30 ON REFUGEES HAS BEEN RETAINED IN THE TEXT.
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Score: 359977.9 - https://www.un.org/development...a_pd_2013_cpd46_fiji_item8.pdf
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Permanent Observer Mission of the State of Palestine to the United Nations   البعثـة املراقبة الدائمة لدولة فلسطني األمم لدى املتحدة Statement by Mr Rabii Al Hantouli, First Secretary, at the 46th Session of the Commission on Population and Development before the Action on the draft resolution entitled “New trends in migration: demographic aspects” (New York April 26, 2013): Thank you Mr Chair, I want to reiterate our appreciation for your effort and the hard work done by all the team to try to have a balanced outcome, a text that takes into consideration the concerns of all of us. I will speak about one specific issue and it is operative paragraph 6. (...) Mr Chair, this serious situation is and has been reflected several times in UN reports, including OCHA reports, high UN officials statements in which they clearly declared their serious concerns over forced displacement of Palestinians by the Israeli authorities and called on Israel to respect its obligations as an occupying power under the international law to protect the Palestinian civilian population. (...) It ignores the very rightful inclusion in the text of this serious concern, as was requested several times during the negotiations by the G77, the Arab Group and by the State of Palestine.
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Score: 359977.9 - https://www.un.org/development...6_state_of_palestine_item8.pdf
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MoCI.Admin.Regulation.008 Page 1 of 2 Revised:1/13/14 Administrative Notice MCI/No.008/06/2013 Date: Wednesday, June 12, 2013 Ref: Updated HS Code List for Specific Products specified on IPD List Corresponding Harmonized System (HS) Customs Codes for Products Requiring IPDs (1) Fresh or frozen meat and meat products, including poultry This concerns Chapter 2 of the tariff, Meat and Edible Meat Offal It covers all HS codes under Headings 02.01 through 02.09 (2) Fresh and frozen fish and crustaceans This concerns Chapter 3 of the tariff, Fish and Crustaceans It covers all HS codes under Headings 03.01, 03.02, 03.03, 03.04, 03.06, 03.07, and 03.08 (3) Fresh and frozen vegetables and tubers (excluding canned, preserved, or dried) This concerns Chapter 7 of the tariff, Edible Vegetables and Certain Roots and Tubers It covers all HS codes under Headings 07.01, 07.02, 07.03, 07.04, 07.05, 07.06, 07.07, 07.08, 07.09, 07.10, and 07.14 (4) Fresh fruits and nuts (excluding canned, preserved, or dried) This concerns Chapter 8 of the tariff, Edible Fruit and Nuts It covers all HS codes under Headings 08.01, 08.02, 08.04, 08.05, 08.07, 08.08, 08.09, 08.10, 08.11, and 08.14 In addition, it covers the specific HS codes noted below: o Heading 08.03, including HS codes: 0803.10.10.00, 0803.90.10.00 o Heading 08.06, including HS codes: 0806.10.00.00 (5) Dairy produce, including milk, cream, butter, cheese, and eggs (excluding powder) This concerns Chapters 4 and 21 of the tariff, Dairy Produce/Eggs and Miscellaneous Edibles It covers all HS codes under Headings 04.01, 04.04, 04.05, 04.06, 04.07, and 21.05 In addition, it covers the specific HS codes noted below: o Heading 04.03, including HS codes: 0403.10.10.00, 0403.10.20.00, 0403.10.30.00, 0403.10.90.00, 0403.90.19.00, 0403.90.99.00 o Heading 04.08, including HS codes: 0408.19.00.00, 0408.99.00.00 (6) Bottled water and alcoholic beverages This concerns Chapter 22 of the tariff, Beverages and Spirits It covers all HS codes under headings 22.01 through 22.08 (7) Products of the milling industry, including rice, flour, and starches This concerns Chapter 10 of the tariff, Cereals It covers the specific HS codes noted below: o Heading 10.06, including HS codes: 1006.10.10.00, 1006.10.90.00, 1006.20.00.00, 1006.30.10.10, 1006.30.10.20, 1006.30.10.30, 1006.30.10.40, 1006.30.10.90, 1006.40.00.00 o Heading 11.01, including HS code: 1101.00.00.00 o Heading 11.02, including HS codes: 1102.20.00.00, 1102.90.10.00, 1102.90.90.00 o Heading 11.08, including HS codes: 1108.11.10.00, 1108.11.90.00 (8) Live animals, all types This concerns Chapter 1 of the tariff, Live Animals It covers all HS codes under Headings 01.01, 01.02, 01.03, 01.04, 01.05, and 01.06 (9) Prescription medicines/pharmaceuticals and biological substances This concerns Chapter 30 of the tariff, Pharmaceutical Products It covers all HS codes under Headings 30.01, 30.02, 30.03, 30.04, 30.05, and 30.06 (10) Specialized medical, dental, or veterinary apparatus and equipment MoCI.Admin.Regulation.008 Page 2 of 2 Revised:1/13/14 This concerns Chapter 90 of the tariff, Medical or Surgical Instruments and Apparatus It covers all HS codes under Headings 90.11, 90.12, 90.18, 90.20, 90.21, and 90.22 In addition, it covers the specific HS codes noted below: o Heading 90.19, including HS code: 9019.20.00.00 (11) Inorganic and organic products of the chemical industry, chemical elements, acids, and chemicals (e.g. lead, mercury, sodium, monosodium glutamate, formaldehyde, sulfuric acid), including ozone-depleting substances This concerns Chapters 28 and 29 of the tariff, Inorganic Chemicals and Organic Chemicals It covers all HS codes in Chapter 28 under Headings 28.01 through 28.53 It covers all HS codes in Chapter 29 under Headings 29.01 through 29.42 (12) Fertilizers containing nitrates This concerns Chapter 31 of the tariff, Fertilizers It covers the specific HS codes noted below: o Heading 31.02, including HS codes: 3102.10.00.00, 3102.30.00.00, 3102.40.00.00, 3102.50.00.00, 3102.60.00.00, 3102.80.00.00, 3102.90.00.00 o Heading 31.05, including HS codes: 3105.51.00.00 (13) Petroleum products, including crude and refined oil and petroleum gases This concerns Chapter 27 of the tariff, Mineral Fuels and Mineral Oils It covers all HS codes under Headings 27.09 and 27.11 In addition, it covers the specific HS codes noted below: o Heading 27.10,including HS codes: 2710.12.10.00, 2710.12.21.00, 2710.12.22.00, 2710.12.23.00, 2710.12.24.00, 2710.12.29.00, 2710.19.11.00, 2710.19.12.00, 2710.19.19.00, 2710.19.21.00, 2710.19.22.00, 2710.19.23.00, 2710.19.24.00, 2710.19.25.00, 2710.20.00.00, 2710.91.00.00, 2710.99.00.00 (14) Explosives, pyrotechnics, fireworks, and combustible liquid or gas preparations This concerns Chapter 36 of the tariff, Explosives and Pyrotechnic Products It covers all HS codes under Headings 36.01, 36.02, 36.03, 36.04, 36.05, and 36.06 (15) Military tanks and weapons, arms and ammunition This concerns Chapters 93 and 87, Arms and Ammunition and Vehicles It covers all HS codes in Chapter 93 under Headings 93.01, 93.02, 93.03, 93.04, 93.05, and 93.06, as well as one HS code in Chapter 87 under Heading 87.10: HS code 8710.00.00.00 (16) Hazardous waste (including clinical waste, municipal waste, sewage sludge, and other wastes) This concerns Chapter 38 of the tariff, Miscellaneous Chemical Products It covers all HS codes under Heading 38.25 (17) Building materials (including lime, cement, steel rods, plywood, PVC pipes, sheets of zinc, zinc alloys and ceramic flooring blocks) This concerns specific HS codes in several different areas of the tariff, as noted below In Chapter 25, it covers all HS codes under HS Heading 25.21, 25.22, and 25.23 In Chapter 39, It covers the HS codes 3917.23.10.00 and 3917.23.90.00 In Chapter 44, it covers all HS codes under HS Heading 44.12 In Chapter 69, it covers all HS codes under HS Heading 69.04 In Chapter 72, it covers all HS codes under HS Headings 72.13, 72.14, 72.15, 72.21, 72.22, 72.27, and 72.28 In Chapter 79, it covers the HS codes 7901.20.00.00 and 7905.00.00.00 NewAdministrativeNoticeFurtherReducingIPDs MoCI.New.Admin.Reg.HS.Codes.June2013
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Score: 359943.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/lbr_e/WTACCLBR15_LEG_23.pdf
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Themes: ICT , Internet , Agriculture , Health , Issues of local public concern , Financial management , Financial planning , Entrepreneurship , Income-generation Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 19/11 Workshop on the use of internet to report on three thematic areas of local concern in Sauti FM, Kenya Image: Introduction: On 19 th November 2013, 15 radio journalists (8 men and 7 women) from Sauti FM were trained in Asembo bay, Siaya county, Kenya. The training increased their capacities on the use of internet to report on the three selected areas of local concern: agriculture, health and women empowerment.  Themes: ICT , Internet , Programming , Gender equality , Agriculture , Health , Issues of local public concern , Editorial work , Broadcasting , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 17/11 Workshop to raise capacity to produce programs in three areas of local concern in Sauti FM, Kenya Image: Introduction: From 17 th to 18 th November 2013, 15 radio Sauti staff (8 men and 7 women) were trained in Asembo Bay, Siaya county, Kenya.
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Score: 359923.78 - https://en.unesco.org/radioict/workshop-themes/agriculture
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