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New date to be inserted. 19 Recommendation (No. 94) concerning Consultation and Co-operation between Employers and Workers at the Level of Undertaking; Recommendation (No. 129) concerning Communications within the Undertaking. 20 Recommendation (No. 130) concerning the Examination of Grievances within the Undertaking with a View to Their Settlement. 21 Convention (No. 29) concerning Forced or Compulsory Labour; Convention (No. 105) concerning the Abolition of Forced Labour; Recommendation (No. 35) concerning Indirect Compulsion to Labour. 22 Recommendation (No. 92) concerning Voluntary Conciliation and Arbitration. GB.294/MNE/2 GB294-MNE-2-2005-07-0095-1-En.doc/v2 13 Annex List of international labour Conventions and Recommendations referred to in the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (adopted by the Governing Body of the International Labour Office at its 204th Session (Geneva, November 1977) as amended at its 279th (November 2000) and 294th Session (November 2005)) Conventions No. 29 concerning Forced or Compulsory Labour, 1930 No. 87 concerning Freedom of Association and Protection of the Right to Organise, 1948 No. 98 concerning the Application of the Principles of the Right to Organise and to Bargain Collectively, 1949 No. 100 concerning Equal Remuneration for Men and Women Workers for Work of Equal Value, 1951 No. 105 concerning the Abolition of Forced Labour, 1957 No. 110 concerning Conditions of Employment of Plantation Workers, 1958 No. 111 concerning Discrimination in Respect of Employment and Occupation, 1958 No. 115 concerning the Protection of Workers against Ionising Radiations, 1960 No. 119 concerning the Guarding of Machinery, 1963 No. 122 concerning Employment Policy, 1964 No. 130 concerning Medical Care and Sickness Benefits, 1969 No. 135 concerning Protection and Facilities to be Afforded to Workers’ Representatives in the Undertaking, 1971 No. 136 concerning Protection against Hazards of Poisoning arising from Benzene, 1971 No. 138 concerning Minimum Age for Admission to Employment, 1973 No. 139 concerning Prevention and Control of Occupational Hazards caused by Carcinogenic Substances and Agents, 1974 No. 142 concerning Vocational Guidance and Vocational Training in the Development of Human Resources, 1975 No. 182 concerning the Prohibition and Immediate Action for the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour, 1999 Recommendations No. 35 concerning Indirect Compulsion to Labour, 1930 No. 69 concerning Medical Care, 1944 No. 90 concerning Equal Remuneration for Men and Women Workers for Work of Equal Value, 1951 GB.294/MNE/2 14 GB294-MNE-2-2005-07-0095-1-En.doc/v2 No. 92 concerning Voluntary Conciliation and Arbitration, 1951 No. 94 concerning Consultation and Co-operation between Employers and Workers at the Level of the Undertaking, 1952 No. 110 concerning Conditions of Employment of Plantation Workers, 1958 No. 111 concerning Discrimination in Respect of Employment and Occupation, 1958 No. 114 concerning the Protection of Workers against Ionising Radiations, 1960 No. 115 concerning Workers’ Housing, 1961 No. 116 concerning Reduction of Hours of Work, 1962 No. 118 concerning the Guarding of Machinery, 1963 No. 119 concerning Termination of Employment at the Initiative of the Employer, 1963 No. 122 concerning Employment Policy, 1964 No. 129 concerning Communications between Management and Workers within the Undertaking, 1967 No. 130 concerning the Examination of Grievances within the Undertaking with a View to Their Settlement, 1967 No. 134 concerning Medical Care and Sickness Benefits, 1969 No. 144 concerning Protection against Hazards of Poisoning arising from Benzene, 1971 No. 146 concerning Minimum Age for Admission to Employment, 1973 No. 147 concerning Prevention and Control of Occupational Hazards caused by Carcinogenic Substances and Agents, 1974 No. 190 concerning the Prohibition and Immediate Action for the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour, 1999 No. 194 concerning the List of Occupational Diseases and the Recording and Notification of Occupational Accidents and Diseases, 2002 No. 195 concerning Human Resources Development: Education, Training and Lifelong Learning, 2004 GB.294/MNE/2 GB294-MNE-2-2005-07-0095-1-En.doc/v2 15 Addendum I List of international labour Conventions and Recommendations adopted since 1977 which contain provisions relevant to the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (adopted by the Governing Body of the International Labour Office at its 238th Session (Geneva, November 1987), as amended at its 264th Session (Geneva, November 1995), and 279th Session (Geneva, November 2000) and 294th Session (Geneva, November 2005)) A number of international labour Conventions and Recommendations containing provisions relevant to the Declaration are referred to in footnotes in the Declaration as well as in an Annex. 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GB.294/MNE/2 16 GB294-MNE-2-2005-07-0095-1-En.doc/v2 List of Conventions and Recommendations adopted since 1977 (inclusive) which contain provisions relevant to the Declaration Number and title of Convention and Recommendation Paragraphs of the Declaration to which the instrument is relevant Conventions No. 148 concerning the Protection of Workers against Occupational Hazards in the Working Environment Due to Air Pollution, Noise and Vibration, 1977 37 No. 154 concerning the Promotion of Collective Bargaining, 1981 9, 50 No. 155 concerning Occupational Safety and Health and the Working Environment, 1981 37 No. 156 concerning Equal Opportunities and Equal Treatment for Men and Women Workers: Workers with Family Responsibilities, 1981 21 No. 158 concerning Termination of Employment at the Initiative of the Employer, 1982 9, 26, 27, 28 No. 161 concerning Occupational Health Services, 1985 37 No. 162 concerning Safety in the Use of Asbestos, 1986 37 No. 167 concerning Safety and Health in Construction, 1988 37 No. 168 concerning Employment Promotion and Protection against Unemployment, 1988 13 No. 170 concerning Safety in the Use of Chemicals at Work, 1990 37 No. 173 concerning the Protection of Workers’ Claims in the event of the Insolvency of their Employer, 1992 28 No. 174 concerning the Prevention of Major Industrial Accidents, 1993 37 No. 176 concerning Safety and Health in Mines, 1995 37 No. 184 concerning Safety and Health in Agriculture, 2001 37 Recommendations No. 156 concerning the Protection of Workers against Occupational Hazards in the Working Environment Due to Air Pollution, Noise and Vibration, 1977 37 No. 163 concerning the Promotion of Collective Bargaining, 1981 52, 55, 56 No. 164 concerning Occupational Safety and Health and the Working Environment, 1981 37 No. 165 concerning Equal Opportunities and Equal Treatment for Men and Women Workers: Workers with Family Responsibilities, 1981 21 No. 166 concerning Termination of Employment at the Initiative of the Employer, 1982 9, 26, 27, 28 No. 169 concerning Employment Policy, 1984 9, 13 No. 171 concerning Occupational Health Services, 1985 37 No. 172 concerning Safety in the Use of Asbestos, 1986 37 No. 175 concerning Safety and Health in Construction, 1988 37 No. 176 concerning Employment Promotion and Protection against Unemployment, 1988 13 No. 177 concerning Safety in the Use of Chemicals at Work, 1990 37 No. 180 concerning the Protection of Workers’ Claims in the event of the Insolvency of their Employer, 1992 28 No. 181 concerning the Prevention of Major Industrial Accidents, 1993 37 No. 183 concerning Safety and Health in Mines, 1995 37 No. 192 concerning Safety and Health in Agriculture, 2001 37 GB.294/MNE/2 GB294-MNE-2-2005-07-0095-1-En.doc/v2 17 Addendum II (adopted by the Governing Body of the International Labour Office at its 277th Session (Geneva, March 2000) The International Labour Conference adopted in June 1998 the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work.
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New date to be inserted. 19 Recommendation (No. 94) concerning Consultation and Co-operation between Employers and Workers at the Level of Undertaking; Recommendation (No. 129) concerning Communications within the Undertaking. 20 Recommendation (No. 130) concerning the Examination of Grievances within the Undertaking with a View to Their Settlement. 21 Convention (No. 29) concerning Forced or Compulsory Labour; Convention (No. 105) concerning the Abolition of Forced Labour; Recommendation (No. 35) concerning Indirect Compulsion to Labour. 22 Recommendation (No. 92) concerning Voluntary Conciliation and Arbitration. GB.294/MNE/2 GB294-MNE-2-2005-07-0095-1-En.doc/v2 13 Annex List of international labour Conventions and Recommendations referred to in the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (adopted by the Governing Body of the International Labour Office at its 204th Session (Geneva, November 1977) as amended at its 279th (November 2000) and 294th Session (November 2005)) Conventions No. 29 concerning Forced or Compulsory Labour, 1930 No. 87 concerning Freedom of Association and Protection of the Right to Organise, 1948 No. 98 concerning the Application of the Principles of the Right to Organise and to Bargain Collectively, 1949 No. 100 concerning Equal Remuneration for Men and Women Workers for Work of Equal Value, 1951 No. 105 concerning the Abolition of Forced Labour, 1957 No. 110 concerning Conditions of Employment of Plantation Workers, 1958 No. 111 concerning Discrimination in Respect of Employment and Occupation, 1958 No. 115 concerning the Protection of Workers against Ionising Radiations, 1960 No. 119 concerning the Guarding of Machinery, 1963 No. 122 concerning Employment Policy, 1964 No. 130 concerning Medical Care and Sickness Benefits, 1969 No. 135 concerning Protection and Facilities to be Afforded to Workers’ Representatives in the Undertaking, 1971 No. 136 concerning Protection against Hazards of Poisoning arising from Benzene, 1971 No. 138 concerning Minimum Age for Admission to Employment, 1973 No. 139 concerning Prevention and Control of Occupational Hazards caused by Carcinogenic Substances and Agents, 1974 No. 142 concerning Vocational Guidance and Vocational Training in the Development of Human Resources, 1975 No. 182 concerning the Prohibition and Immediate Action for the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour, 1999 Recommendations No. 35 concerning Indirect Compulsion to Labour, 1930 No. 69 concerning Medical Care, 1944 No. 90 concerning Equal Remuneration for Men and Women Workers for Work of Equal Value, 1951 GB.294/MNE/2 14 GB294-MNE-2-2005-07-0095-1-En.doc/v2 No. 92 concerning Voluntary Conciliation and Arbitration, 1951 No. 94 concerning Consultation and Co-operation between Employers and Workers at the Level of the Undertaking, 1952 No. 110 concerning Conditions of Employment of Plantation Workers, 1958 No. 111 concerning Discrimination in Respect of Employment and Occupation, 1958 No. 114 concerning the Protection of Workers against Ionising Radiations, 1960 No. 115 concerning Workers’ Housing, 1961 No. 116 concerning Reduction of Hours of Work, 1962 No. 118 concerning the Guarding of Machinery, 1963 No. 119 concerning Termination of Employment at the Initiative of the Employer, 1963 No. 122 concerning Employment Policy, 1964 No. 129 concerning Communications between Management and Workers within the Undertaking, 1967 No. 130 concerning the Examination of Grievances within the Undertaking with a View to Their Settlement, 1967 No. 134 concerning Medical Care and Sickness Benefits, 1969 No. 144 concerning Protection against Hazards of Poisoning arising from Benzene, 1971 No. 146 concerning Minimum Age for Admission to Employment, 1973 No. 147 concerning Prevention and Control of Occupational Hazards caused by Carcinogenic Substances and Agents, 1974 No. 190 concerning the Prohibition and Immediate Action for the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour, 1999 No. 194 concerning the List of Occupational Diseases and the Recording and Notification of Occupational Accidents and Diseases, 2002 No. 195 concerning Human Resources Development: Education, Training and Lifelong Learning, 2004 GB.294/MNE/2 GB294-MNE-2-2005-07-0095-1-En.doc/v2 15 Addendum I List of international labour Conventions and Recommendations adopted since 1977 which contain provisions relevant to the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (adopted by the Governing Body of the International Labour Office at its 238th Session (Geneva, November 1987), as amended at its 264th Session (Geneva, November 1995), and 279th Session (Geneva, November 2000) and 294th Session (Geneva, November 2005)) A number of international labour Conventions and Recommendations containing provisions relevant to the Declaration are referred to in footnotes in the Declaration as well as in an Annex. 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GB.294/MNE/2 16 GB294-MNE-2-2005-07-0095-1-En.doc/v2 List of Conventions and Recommendations adopted since 1977 (inclusive) which contain provisions relevant to the Declaration Number and title of Convention and Recommendation Paragraphs of the Declaration to which the instrument is relevant Conventions No. 148 concerning the Protection of Workers against Occupational Hazards in the Working Environment Due to Air Pollution, Noise and Vibration, 1977 37 No. 154 concerning the Promotion of Collective Bargaining, 1981 9, 50 No. 155 concerning Occupational Safety and Health and the Working Environment, 1981 37 No. 156 concerning Equal Opportunities and Equal Treatment for Men and Women Workers: Workers with Family Responsibilities, 1981 21 No. 158 concerning Termination of Employment at the Initiative of the Employer, 1982 9, 26, 27, 28 No. 161 concerning Occupational Health Services, 1985 37 No. 162 concerning Safety in the Use of Asbestos, 1986 37 No. 167 concerning Safety and Health in Construction, 1988 37 No. 168 concerning Employment Promotion and Protection against Unemployment, 1988 13 No. 170 concerning Safety in the Use of Chemicals at Work, 1990 37 No. 173 concerning the Protection of Workers’ Claims in the event of the Insolvency of their Employer, 1992 28 No. 174 concerning the Prevention of Major Industrial Accidents, 1993 37 No. 176 concerning Safety and Health in Mines, 1995 37 No. 184 concerning Safety and Health in Agriculture, 2001 37 Recommendations No. 156 concerning the Protection of Workers against Occupational Hazards in the Working Environment Due to Air Pollution, Noise and Vibration, 1977 37 No. 163 concerning the Promotion of Collective Bargaining, 1981 52, 55, 56 No. 164 concerning Occupational Safety and Health and the Working Environment, 1981 37 No. 165 concerning Equal Opportunities and Equal Treatment for Men and Women Workers: Workers with Family Responsibilities, 1981 21 No. 166 concerning Termination of Employment at the Initiative of the Employer, 1982 9, 26, 27, 28 No. 169 concerning Employment Policy, 1984 9, 13 No. 171 concerning Occupational Health Services, 1985 37 No. 172 concerning Safety in the Use of Asbestos, 1986 37 No. 175 concerning Safety and Health in Construction, 1988 37 No. 176 concerning Employment Promotion and Protection against Unemployment, 1988 13 No. 177 concerning Safety in the Use of Chemicals at Work, 1990 37 No. 180 concerning the Protection of Workers’ Claims in the event of the Insolvency of their Employer, 1992 28 No. 181 concerning the Prevention of Major Industrial Accidents, 1993 37 No. 183 concerning Safety and Health in Mines, 1995 37 No. 192 concerning Safety and Health in Agriculture, 2001 37 GB.294/MNE/2 GB294-MNE-2-2005-07-0095-1-En.doc/v2 17 Addendum II (adopted by the Governing Body of the International Labour Office at its 277th Session (Geneva, March 2000) The International Labour Conference adopted in June 1998 the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work.
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Decides to consider creating, at the request of any African country emerging from conflict, a limited but flexible and representative ad hoc advisory group at the ambassadorial level, in consultation with all regional groups and the national authorities of the country concerned, drawn from the membership of the Economic and Social Council and its observer States, including representation from the country concerned, and in so doing to take into account the need to include countries that can make a positive contribution to the objectives of such a group; 1 A/52/871-S/1998/318. 2 See Official Records of the General Assembly, Fifty-sixth Session, Supplement No. 3 (A/56/3/Rev.1), chap. (...) Also decides that such an ad hoc advisory group is to examine the humanitarian and economic needs of the country concerned; review relevant programmes of support and prepare recommendations for a long-term programme of support, based on its development priorities, through the integration of relief, rehabilitation, reconstruction and development into a comprehensive approach to peace and stability; and provide advice on how to ensure that the assistance of the international community in supporting the country concerned is adequate, coherent, well-coordinated and effective and promotes synergy; 4. Further decides that in order to carry out its work such an ad hoc advisory group should consult with the authorities of the country concerned and, as both deem necessary, with representatives of relevant national, subregional, regional and international organizations and other actors, as appropriate, according to the rules of procedure and relevant resolutions of the Economic and Social Council, and should make recommendations to the Council for consideration and forwarding to other appropriate and relevant settings; 5.
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2001 United Nations New York, 2001 NOTE The designations employed and the presentation of the material in this publication do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the Secretariat of the United Nations concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries. (...) This historic crossover of an increasing share of older persons and a declining share of children will mark the first time that the number of children and older persons are the same. Concerned by population ageing and a looming pension crisis, many Governments are promoting more self-reliance in income security for older persons and greater family responsibility for providing care. (...) In response to these concerns, the United Nations Population Division, with financial support from the United States National Institute on Aging, organized the Technical Meeting on Population Ageing and Living Arrangements of Older Persons: Critical Issues and Policy Responses, at United Nations Headquarters in New York from 8 to 10 February 2000.
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NO. 882/2004 related to compliance with feed and food law, animal health and animal welfare rules · INformation from Argentina on BSE status · INformation from Argentina on the situation and control of FMD · information from colombia on the situation and control of FMD (G/SPS/GEN/492) · update from canada on the occurrence of avian influenza in british columbia · brazilian bovine and bubaline identification and certification system (sisbov) 3. specific trade concerns (a) new issues · United Arab emirates' and qatar's import restrictions on spanish olive oil – concerns of the ec (b) Issues previously raised · japan's official control restrictions – concerns of new zealand · india's phytosanitary import restrictions – concerns of the ec · japan's restrictions on importation of mangoes – concerns of brazil · European communities' conditions for the importation of bees – concerns of argentina · venezuela's import restrictions on potatoes, garlic and onions – concerns of canada · indonesia's restrictions on importation of meat due to fmd – concerns of argentina · lack of recognition of disease-free status for fmd - concerns of the ec · lack of recognition of disease-free status and of regionalization for classical swine fever – concerns of the ec · general import restrictions due to bse situation – concerns of the ec · ec animal by-product requirements – concerns of the united states · india's restrictions on the importation of live birds, fresh meat and fresh meat products due to avian influenza – concerns of the ec · US decision to delist france from the list of countries authorized to export certain meat and meat products to the US – concerns of the EC · korea's guidelines for maximum residue level testing – concerns of the united states (c) consideration of specific notifications received · Ec'S mrls OF PESTICIDES ON FOOD (g/sps/N/EEC/243) – CONCERNs OF CHINA · INDIA'S NON-NOTIFICATION OF VARIOUS SPS MEASURES – CONCERNS OF THE UNITED STATES (d) information on resolution of issues · Brazil's import requirements for seed potatoes – concerns of canada 4. operation of transparency provisions · chairman's report on informal meeting 5. implementation of special and differential treatment · elaboration of the proposal from canada (g/SPS/w/132/rev.3) 6.
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Henriques) introduced the two documents. 6 Concerning the follow-up to and promotion of the Declaration of Principles concerning Multinationals and Social Policy in 2006-07, several broad areas had been identified as strategic priorities. (...) To this effect, consultations should be held between multinational enterprises, the government and, wherever appropriate, the national employers’ and workers’ organizations concerned. 1 Convention (No. 29) concerning Forced or Compulsory Labour; Convention (No. 87) concerning Freedom of Association and Protection of the Right to Organise; Convention (No. 98) concerning the Application of the Principles of the Right to Organise and to Bargain Collectively; Convention (No. 100) concerning Equal Remuneration for Men and Women Workers for Work of Equal Value; Convention (No. 105) concerning the Abolition of Forced Labour; Convention (No. 111) concerning Discrimination in Respect of Employment and Occupation; Convention (No. 122) concerning Employment Policy; Convention (No. 138) concerning Minimum Age for Admission to Employment; Convention (No. 182) concerning the Prohibition and Immediate Action for the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour; Recommendation (No. 35) concerning Indirect Compulsion to Labour; Recommendation (No. 90) concerning Equal Remuneration for Men and Women Workers for Work of Equal Value; Recommendation (No. 111) concerning Discrimination in Respect of Employment and Occupation; Recommendation (No. 119) concerning Termination of Employment at the Initiative of the Employer; Recommendation (No. 122) concerning Employment Policy; Recommendation (No. 146) concerning Minimum Age for Admission to Employment; Recommendation (No. 169) concerning Employment Policy; Recommendation (No. 189) concerning General Conditions to stimulate Job Creation in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises; Recommendation (No. 190) concerning the Prohibition and Immediate Action for the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour. (...) Multinational enterprises should maintain the highest standards of safety and health, in conformity with national requirements, bearing in mind their relevant experience 10 Recommendation (No. 116) concerning Reduction of Hours of Work. 11 Convention (No. 110) and Recommendation (No. 110) concerning Conditions of Employment of Plantation Workers; Recommendation (No. 115) concerning Workers’ Housing; Recommendation (No. 69) concerning Medical Care; Convention (No. 130) and Recommendation (No. 134) concerning Medical Care and Sickness Benefits. 12 Convention No. 138, Article 1; Convention No. 182, Article 1. 13 Recommendation (No. 194) concerning the List of Occupational Diseases and the Recording and Notification of Occupational Accidents and Diseases.
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Henriques) introduced the two documents. 6 Concerning the follow-up to and promotion of the Declaration of Principles concerning Multinationals and Social Policy in 2006-07, several broad areas had been identified as strategic priorities. (...) To this effect, consultations should be held between multinational enterprises, the government and, wherever appropriate, the national employers’ and workers’ organizations concerned. 1 Convention (No. 29) concerning Forced or Compulsory Labour; Convention (No. 87) concerning Freedom of Association and Protection of the Right to Organise; Convention (No. 98) concerning the Application of the Principles of the Right to Organise and to Bargain Collectively; Convention (No. 100) concerning Equal Remuneration for Men and Women Workers for Work of Equal Value; Convention (No. 105) concerning the Abolition of Forced Labour; Convention (No. 111) concerning Discrimination in Respect of Employment and Occupation; Convention (No. 122) concerning Employment Policy; Convention (No. 138) concerning Minimum Age for Admission to Employment; Convention (No. 182) concerning the Prohibition and Immediate Action for the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour; Recommendation (No. 35) concerning Indirect Compulsion to Labour; Recommendation (No. 90) concerning Equal Remuneration for Men and Women Workers for Work of Equal Value; Recommendation (No. 111) concerning Discrimination in Respect of Employment and Occupation; Recommendation (No. 119) concerning Termination of Employment at the Initiative of the Employer; Recommendation (No. 122) concerning Employment Policy; Recommendation (No. 146) concerning Minimum Age for Admission to Employment; Recommendation (No. 169) concerning Employment Policy; Recommendation (No. 189) concerning General Conditions to stimulate Job Creation in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises; Recommendation (No. 190) concerning the Prohibition and Immediate Action for the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour. (...) Multinational enterprises should maintain the highest standards of safety and health, in conformity with national requirements, bearing in mind their relevant experience 10 Recommendation (No. 116) concerning Reduction of Hours of Work. 11 Convention (No. 110) and Recommendation (No. 110) concerning Conditions of Employment of Plantation Workers; Recommendation (No. 115) concerning Workers’ Housing; Recommendation (No. 69) concerning Medical Care; Convention (No. 130) and Recommendation (No. 134) concerning Medical Care and Sickness Benefits. 12 Convention No. 138, Article 1; Convention No. 182, Article 1. 13 Recommendation (No. 194) concerning the List of Occupational Diseases and the Recording and Notification of Occupational Accidents and Diseases.
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On 18 November 2021, representatives of the communicant of communication ACCC/C/2014/102 submitted comments on the letter of the Party concerned of 8 November 2021. 7. On 24 November 2021, the Acting Chair of the Compliance Committee wrote to the Party concerned addressing the points raised in its letter of 8 November 2021.5 8. (...) Despite being invited, neither the Party 3 ECE/MP.PP/2/Add.8. 4 Letter available at https://unece.org/env/pp/cc/decision-vii8c-concerning-belarus. 5 The then-Acting Chair was elected as Chair of the Compliance Committee at its seventy-third meeting (Geneva (online), 13–16 December 2021). https://unece.org/env/pp/cc/decision-vii8c-concerning-belarus ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2022/5 3 concerned nor representatives of the communicant of communication ACCC/C/2014/102 took part in the session. 13. (...) The Committee finds that, since the Party concerned did not notify the secretariat that it had cancelled Ecohome’s liquidation and reinstated Ecohome’s registration as a public association under the Act of Public Associations by 1 December 2021, the suspension of the special rights and privileges accorded to the Party concerned under the Convention issued to the Party concerned through paragraph 7 (a) of decision VII/8c became effective on 1 February 2022.
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One concern was reported as resolved: specific trade concern no. 334 on Chinese Taipei’s maximum residue levels for ochratoxin A, a toxin produced by mould. (...) Specific trade concerns (Full list in “ PS “ below) Eight new specific concerns including two Russian measures and 11 that had been raised before, including two EU measures , were discussed. (...) Information from members Australia — update on reform of Australia’s biosecurity system including release of draft biosecurity legislation for comments Japan — response to the nuclear plant accident European Union — Bulgaria’s FMD-free status Mexico — information on various matters    Specific trade concerns ( Document ( G/SPS/GEN/204/Rev.12 ) New issues Canada’s delays in finalizing inspection procedures on bovine and poultry meat — concerns of Argentina Russia’s import ban on live animals — concerns of the European Union US restrictions on tomatoes ( G/SPS/N/USA/2019 ) — concerns of Senegal Turkey’s requirements for importation of sheep-meat — concerns of Australia Russia’s barriers related to the listing of EU establishments — concerns of the European Union Japan’s restrictions on shrimp due to anti-oxidant residues — concerns of India Indonesia’s import licensing requirements — concerns of the US (last-minute addition under “other business”) Brazil’s measures on shrimps — concerns of Ecuador (last-minute addition under “other business”)    Issues previously raised (Numbers are “specific trade concerns” numbers in the database http://spsims.wto.org ) Application and modification of the EU regulation on novel foods — concerns of Peru (no. 238) US measures on catfish ( G/SPS/N/USA/2171 ) — concerns of China (no. 289) EU maximum residue levels of pesticides — concerns of India (no. 306) Viet Nam’s ban on offals — concerns of the European Union and the United States (no. 314) EU regulations on cadmium in cocoa — concerns of Ecuador and Colombia (no. 325) China’s quarantine and testing procedures for salmon — concerns of Norway (no. 319) Thailand’s restrictions on table grapes, apples and pears — concerns of South Africa (no.326) Indonesia’s port closure ( G/SPS/N/IDN/53 , ( G/SPS/N/IDN/54 and CORR.1 ) — concerns of china and the European Union (no. 330) Import restrictions due to BSE — concerns of the European Union (no. 193) US risk analysis for the import of queen bees — concerns of Argentina no. 301) Malaysia’s import restrictions on pork and pork products — concerns of the European Union (no.323)   Consideration of specific notifications received (none)    Information on resolution of issues Chinese Taipei’s MRLs for roasted and powdered coffee — concerns of the European Union (no.334) This meeting’s magic number 1 … the number of resolved issues reported in this meeting.
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Communication Received from the United Kingdom Delegation concerning Militia. 26 March 1948 UK/88 89. Communication Received from the United Kingdom Delegation concerning Arab Legion in Palestine. 26 March 1948 UK/89 90. (...) Draft Letter to the Mandatory Power concerning Urgent Outstanding Matters. 7 April 1948 UK/95 96. (...) Kingdom Delegation concerning Palestine Museum. 7 April 1948 UK/98 99.
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