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Seventy-second meeting of the Aarhus Convention Compliance Committee | UNECE Skip to main content English Advanced Search   Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Housing & Land Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos More options Environment Policy - All Environmental Policy About Committee on Environmental Policy Environment for Europe Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Environmental Performance Reviews Conventions and Protocols Education for Sustainable Development Transport, Health and Environment Greening the economy in the pan-European region Environment and Gender Meetings and Events Publications Press Releases Contact us Seventy-second meeting of the Aarhus Convention Compliance Committee Seventy-second meeting of the Aarhus Convention Compliance Committee Environmental Policy Public Participation 18 - 21 October 2021 Geneva Switzerland Information for delegates Document title ENG FRE RUS Provisional agenda for the Committee’s 72nd meeting (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/11) PDF PDF PDF Provisional timeline for the Committee’s 72nd meeting (version 17.10.2021) PDF - - Findings and recommendations with regard to submission ACCC/S/2015/2 concerning compliance by Belarus (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/13) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2013/90 concerning compliance by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/14) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2013/98 concerning compliance by Lithuania (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/15) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2014/105 concerning compliance by Hungary (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/16) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2014/112 concerning compliance by Ireland (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/17), advance edited copy PDF     Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2014/118 concerning compliance by Ukraine (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/18) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2014/120 concerning compliance by Slovakia (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/19) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2014/124 concerning compliance by the Netherlands (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/20) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2015/128 concerning compliance by the European Union (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/21) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2015/130 concerning compliance by Italy (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/22) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2015/131 concerning compliance by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/23) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2015/134 concerning compliance by Belgium (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/24) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2016/137 concerning compliance by Germany (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/25), advance edited copy PDF     Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2016/138 concerning compliance by Armenia (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/26) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2016/142 concerning compliance by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/27) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2016/143 concerning compliance by Czechia (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/28) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2016/144 concerning compliance by Bulgaria (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/29) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2017/147 concerning compliance by the Republic of Moldova (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/30) PDF PDF PDF ABOUT UNECE Mission Executive Secretary Organizational Structure OPPORTUNITIES Vacancies Internship Programme RESOURCES Statistical Database Evaluations Follow UNECE Facebook Twitter Contact us Flickr Rss Youtube Instagram © United Nations Economic Commission for Europe | Terms and Conditions of Use | Privacy Notice Contact us
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Seventy-second meeting of the Aarhus Convention Compliance Committee | UNECE Skip to main content English Advanced Search   Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Housing & Land Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos UNECE Environment Policy Events and meetings More options Meetings & Events (default menu) Meetings & Events Practical Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Environment Policy - All Environmental Policy About Committee on Environmental Policy Environment for Europe Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Environmental Performance Reviews Conventions and Protocols Education for Sustainable Development Transport, Health and Environment Greening the economy in the pan-European region Environment and Gender Meetings and Events Publications Press Releases Contact us Seventy-second meeting of the Aarhus Convention Compliance Committee Environmental Policy Public Participation 18 - 21 October 2021 Geneva Switzerland Information for delegates Document title ENG FRE RUS Provisional agenda for the Committee’s 72nd meeting (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/11) PDF PDF PDF Provisional timeline for the Committee’s 72nd meeting (version 17.10.2021) PDF - - Findings and recommendations with regard to submission ACCC/S/2015/2 concerning compliance by Belarus (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/13) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2013/90 concerning compliance by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/14) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2013/98 concerning compliance by Lithuania (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/15) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2014/105 concerning compliance by Hungary (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/16) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2014/112 concerning compliance by Ireland (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/17), advance edited copy PDF     Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2014/118 concerning compliance by Ukraine (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/18) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2014/120 concerning compliance by Slovakia (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/19) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2014/124 concerning compliance by the Netherlands (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/20) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2015/128 concerning compliance by the European Union (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/21) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2015/130 concerning compliance by Italy (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/22) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2015/131 concerning compliance by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/23) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2015/134 concerning compliance by Belgium (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/24) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2016/137 concerning compliance by Germany (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/25), advance edited copy PDF     Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2016/138 concerning compliance by Armenia (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/26) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2016/142 concerning compliance by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/27) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2016/143 concerning compliance by Czechia (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/28) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2016/144 concerning compliance by Bulgaria (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/29) PDF PDF PDF Findings and recommendations with regard to communication ACCC/C/2017/147 concerning compliance by the Republic of Moldova (ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2021/30) PDF PDF PDF ABOUT UNECE Mission Executive Secretary Organizational Structure OPPORTUNITIES Vacancies Internship Programme RESOURCES Statistical Database Evaluations Follow UNECE Facebook Twitter Contact us Flickr Rss Youtube Instagram © United Nations Economic Commission for Europe | Terms and Conditions of Use | Privacy Notice Contact us
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Score: 363065.65 - https://unece.org/environmenta...onvention-compliance-committee
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Convention (No. 119) concerning the Guarding of Machinery, 1963. Convention (No. 122) concerning Employment Policy, 1964. (...) Recommendations Recommendation (No. 35) concerning Indirect Compulsion to Labour, 1930. Recommendation (No. 69) concerning Medical Care, 1944. (...) Recommendation (No. 115) concerning Workers' Housing, 1961. Recommendation (No. 116) concerning Reduction of Hours of Work, 1962.
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Score: 362929.25 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...relm/gb/docs/gb274/mne-1-1.htm
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Convention (No. 119) concerning the Guarding of Machinery, 1963. Convention (No. 122) concerning Employment Policy, 1964. (...) Recommendations Recommendation (No. 35) concerning Indirect Compulsion to Labour, 1930. Recommendation (No. 69) concerning Medical Care, 1944. (...) Recommendation (No. 115) concerning Workers' Housing, 1961. Recommendation (No. 116) concerning Reduction of Hours of Work, 1962.
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Score: 362929.25 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...relm/gb/docs/gb274/mne-1-1.htm
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If any of these claim the standards are EU standards, then WTO members should take this up with Brussels, the EU said. Otherwise the concerns should be raised with the non-governmental organizations concerned, it said. (...) These are some of the trade concerns raised in the meeting: Australia’s import restrictions on New Zealand apples — concerns of New Zealand EU EUREP/GAP requirements for bananas — concerns of St. Vincent and the Grenadines US import procedures for fruits and vegetables — concerns of the EU Japan’s import restrictions on EU exports of animal and plant products — administrative procedures — concerns of the EU Mexico’s restrictions on US poultry — concerns of the US Chinese Taipei’s BSE-related import restrictions on non-ruminant products — concerns of the us EU’s geographical BSE risk assessment classification of India — concerns of India Japan’s import requirements for Indian mangoes — concerns of India Thailand’s FDA rule 11 — concerns of the US India’s non-notification of food regulations — concerns of the US Panama’s inspection regime — meat products — concerns of Costa Rica Argentina’s import restrictions on semen and bovine embryos due to BSE — concerns of the EU Japan’s restrictions on US beef — concerns of the US Brazil’s lack of recognition of regionalization and disease-free status for classical swine fever — concerns of the EU Australia’s import restrictions on EU pig meat and pig meat products — concerns of the EU Venezuela’s import permit procedures for potatoes, meat and onions — concerns of Canada Australia’s restrictions on table grapes — concerns of Chile EU requirements for wood packaging material — concerns of the US US phytosanitary import restrictions (including schlumbergera and other plants in growing media) — concerns of the EU United Kingdom’s proposed regulations for piper methysticum (kava-kava) — concerns of Fiji Lifting of import restrictions on EU exports of bovine and bovine products — information from the EU (resolved) Bahrain, Oman and Kuwait’s ban on EU exports of pomace olive oil — information from the EU (resolved) A few others were added under “other business”. back to top    Find out more … WTO website SPS gateway WTO documents (To search for documents cited here, insert the document number in the “symbol” field) Chairperson: Mr Gregg Young, US
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Score: 362917.77 - https://www.wto.org/english/news_e/news05_e/sps_june05_e.htm
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These countries say the onus is on the proponents of non-trade concerns to show that the existing provisions, which were the subject of lengthy negotiations in the Uruguay Round, are inadequate for dealing with these concerns in targeted, non-trade distorting ways. (...) Developing countries concerned about food security support the stockpile proposal. (...) back to top August 2004 framework: non-trade concerns  The framework’s introduction confirms that non-trade concerns will be taken into account.    
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Score: 362903.56 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...ric_e/negs_bkgrnd17_agri_e.htm
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Internal Audit and Investigations Group IAIG Activity Report for 2016 Annex 6 Key areas for improvement identified in audit reports Key areas for improvement identified in IAIG internal audit reports in 2016 include: a) Finance, with recommendations made concerning: authorization of project expenditure; management of operational advances and cash suppliers; compliance with the receipting process; implementing controls to prevent, detect and mitigate fraud in the ERP system; segregation of duties; and governance, control, risk management and reporting of the treasury function in UNOPS; b) Procurement, with recommendations made concerning: compliance with delegation of authority requirements; standardization of the background checking procedure for suppliers; monitoring for red flags of collusion and corruption in the procurement process; contract management; segregation of duties; duplicated suppliers in the ERP system; and verification and validation of suppliers data; c) Human resources, with recommendations made concerning: review of office organizational structure; guidance on transfers of offices; reconciliation of data of all personnel migrated to the new ERP system; procedures for handling changes to payroll data; integration between the recruitment system and ERP system; guidance on hiring personnel of retirement age; and monitoring for red flags of contracts being issued to retirees or pension recipients; d) Project management, with recommendations made concerning: formal authorization for budget reallocations; consistent integration of risk management in all projects; discrepancies between scope of works and actual works completed; timely closure of projects; and adherence to UNOPS environmental management and health and safety policies; e) Information technology, with recommendations made concerning: implementation of an entity-wide change management process; implementation of segregation of duties matrix; review of access rights; and periodic performance of a fraud risk assessment on the ERP system; f) General administration, with recommendations made concerning: proper asset management; proper fuel and fleet management; inventory and records of assets; and guidance on the treatment of small value assets; g) Partnerships, with recommendations made concerning: portfolio diversification planning; business acquisition strategic planning; and policies and procedures concerning hosting arrangements and trust funds; and h) Security, with recommendations made concerning: business continuity and disaster recovery plans; and attendance at security management team meetings. Key areas for improvement identified in IAIG project audit reports in 2016 include: a) Project/grant management, with recommendations made concerning: compliance with reporting requirements; the adequacy of project oversight by project steering committees; the existence of effective risk management strategies; the need for clear reporting structures; the declaring of conflict of interest; and the publicizing of grant opportunities; b) Finance and enterprise resource planning processes, with recommendations made concerning: getting refunds of VAT from local governments; maintenance of supporting documents with regards to expenditures; reporting to stakeholders and payments made outside of contract periods; c) Procurement, with recommendations made concerning: compliance with procurement procedures; the application of procurement procedures; and procurement planning; d) Human resources, with recommendations made on management continuity; e) General administration (asset management), with recommendations made on the reporting of non-expendable property; and f) General administration (information management), with recommendations made concerning the maintenance of documentation.
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Score: 362872.27 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f.../DPOPS2017-3_%20Annex%206.docx
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Implementation of the agreement (a) Information from members (i) Activities of members · Update from Canada on an occurrence of BSE · Information from Argentina on the situation and control of FMD · Revised import risk analysis handbook and the quarantine and market access Conference 2003 – Information from Australia (b) Specific trade concerns (i) New issues · Korea's implementation of guidelines for increased maximum residue level testing – Concerns of the United States (G/SPS/N/KOR/123) · Separate Customs Territory of Taiwan, Penghu, Kinmen and Matsu's (Chinese Taipei) restrictions on potatoes – Concerns of New Zealand · Chinese Taipei's requirements for heat treatment for meat and bone meal in poultry – Concerns of the United States (ii) Issues previously raised · Japan's official restrictions – Concerns of New Zealand (G/SPS/R/30, paras. 61-63; G/SPS/R/29, paras. 55-57 and G/SPS/GEN/204/Rev.3, p.77) · Brazil's import requirements for seed potatoes – Concerns of the European Communities (G/SPS/GEN/204/Rev.3, p.20) · Venezuela's restrictions on imports of garlic and onions – Concerns of Argentina (G/SPS/R/30, paras. 36-38; G/SPS/R/29, paras. 53-54 and G/SPS/GEN/204/Rev.3, p.118) · Japan's restrictions on importation of mangoes – Concerns of brazil (G/SPS/R/30, paras. 34 and 35) · EC animal by-product requirements – Concerns of the United States (G/SPS/R/30, paras.47-49 and G/SPS/R/29, paras. 40-45) · Trinidad and Tobago's import restrictions on pork sausages and other pork products – Concerns of Argentina (G/SPS/R/30, paras. 45-46; G/SPS/R/29, paras. 65-66 and G/SPS/GEN/204/Rev.3, p.105) · US policy on regionalization of EC member States with regard to classical swine fever – Concerns of the European Communities (G/SPS/GEN/204/Rev.3, p.110) · Indonesia's restrictions on importation of agricultural products due to FMD – Concerns of Argentina (G/SPS/GEN/204/Rev.3, p.73) · Colombia's import restrictions on bovine meat due to FMD – Concerns of Argentina (G/SPS/R/30, para. 44; G/SPS/R/29, paras. 74-75 and G/SPS/GEN/204/Rev.3, p.32) (c) Consideration of specific notifications received · EC food and feed controls – Concerns of the united states (G/SPS/N/EEC/191 and Add.1) · EC sanitary conditions for the importation of live material for apiculture from third countries – Concerns of Argentina (G/SPS/N/EEC/208) · Revision of the standards and specifications for foods and additives under Japan's food sanitation law – Concerns of China (G/SPS/N/JPN/104) · Germany's measures on coffee – Concerns of Colombia (G/SPS/N/DEU/9 and Add.1) · US implementation of the international standard for phytosanitary measures on wood packaging (ISPM 15) – Concerns of Argentina (G/SPS/N/USA/705) · EC maximum levels of aflatoxins in corn and sampling of contaminants in food – Concerns of Argentina (G/SPS/N/EEC/209 and G/SPS/N/EEC/210) · China's phytosanitary risk evaluation – Concerns of Argentina (G/SPS/N/CHN/20 and Add.1) (d) Any other matters related to the operation of transparency provisions · EC harmonization of ten new member states SPS regulations (G/SPS/GEN/426) · Communication from Mexico (G/SPS/W/136) · Matters relating to the special meeting on the operation of SPS enquiry points (G/SPS/GEN/425, G/SPS/GEN/429 and G/SPS/GEN/430) 3.
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Score: 362737.48 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...p_e/sps_e/agenda_30oct03_e.doc
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Raising an issue as a specific trade concern can be an important way of gathering support. (...) During 2000 and 2001, 58 percent of all trade concerns brought to the Committee’s attention were raised by developing countries, concerning measures applied or proposed by developed countries or other developing countries. (...) The last figure shows who the respondents were, that is the countries whose measures were causing concern to other Members. For a summary of specific trade concerns, click here .
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Score: 362651.83 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...s_agreement_cbt_e/c4s5p1_e.htm
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Special measures shall be adopted as appropriate for safeguarding the persons, institutions, property, labour, cultures and environment of the peoples concerned. 2. Such special measures shall not be contrary to the freely-expressed wishes of the peoples concerned. 3. (...) In applying national laws and regulations to the peoples concerned, due regard shall be had to their customs or customary laws. 2. (...) Adequate procedures shall be established within the national legal system to resolve land claims by the peoples concerned. Article 15 1. The rights of the peoples concerned to the natural resources pertaining to their lands shall be specially safeguarded.
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Score: 362629.98 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...bal%20Peoples%20Convention.pdf
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