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Then 2 Member States requested to vote on Roll-call on the motion concerning the adjournment of the debate. 12. 6 Member States voted in favour and 58 voted against the point of order concerning the adjournment of the debate. 13. (...) A certain number of countries requested to not open the debate and consider the draft resolution. 16. 2 Member States requested to vote on Roll-call on whether the Commission should open the debate concerning item 4.3 and related DR. 17. 66 Member States voted for the closing of the debate and 3 for the opening. 18. The session was adjourned at 6.25 p.m DETAILS NEXT MEETING Date 3 November Room II No meeting 3 Hour From: 10 am To: 1 pm Items to be examined Item 4.3 – Implementation of 38 C/Resolution 72 concerning educational and cultural institutions in the occupied Arab territories (39 C/17); Item 7.1 – Summary of the reports received from Member States on the measures taken to implement the 1960 Convention and Recommendation against Discrimination in Education (39 C/24); Item 7.2 – Consolidated report on the implementation by Member States of the 1974 Recommendation concerning Education for International Understanding Cooperation and Peace and Education relating to Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (39 C/25); Item 7.5 – Consolidated report on the implementation by Member States of the 1978 Revised Recommendation concerning the International Standardization of Educational Statistics (39 C/27).
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Score: 511408.1 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...files/2_nov_2nd_ed_summary.pdf
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Microsoft Word - GB298-LILS-8-2007-01-0302-1-En.doc GB298-LILS-8-2007-01-0302-1-En.doc 1 INTERNATIONAL LABOUR OFFICE GB.298/LILS/8 298th Session Governing Body Geneva, March 2007 Committee on Legal Issues and International Labour Standards LILS FOR DECISION EIGHTH ITEM ON THE AGENDA Report of the Joint ILO/UNESCO Committee of Experts on the Application of the Recommendations concerning Teaching Personnel (CEART) 1. The Joint ILO/UNESCO Committee of Experts on the Application of the Recommendations concerning Teaching Personnel (CEART) held its Ninth Session at the ILO in Geneva, 30 October–3 November 2006. (...) At the same time, the practice since 2000 has been for LILS to examine the part of the CEART report dealing with allegations submitted by national and international teachers’ organizations concerning non-observance on the part of governments of provisions of the ILO/UNESCO Recommendation concerning the Status of Teachers, 1966, or the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Recommendation concerning the Status of Higher Education Teaching Personnel, 1997 (also monitored by the CEART). (...) GB.298/LILS/8 2 GB298-LILS-8-2007-01-0302-1-En.doc teachers’ organization, and the Government of the country concerned (Japan) to undertake a mission to examine in more detail the problems related to alleged non-observance of the ILO/UNESCO Recommendations’ provisions, and intends to accept this invitation, a practice inspired by direct contacts procedures of ILO supervisory bodies. 3.
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Score: 511361.57 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...m/gb/docs/gb298/pdf/lils-8.pdf
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Microsoft Word - GB298-LILS-8-2007-01-0302-1-En.doc GB298-LILS-8-2007-01-0302-1-En.doc 1 INTERNATIONAL LABOUR OFFICE GB.298/LILS/8 298th Session Governing Body Geneva, March 2007 Committee on Legal Issues and International Labour Standards LILS FOR DECISION EIGHTH ITEM ON THE AGENDA Report of the Joint ILO/UNESCO Committee of Experts on the Application of the Recommendations concerning Teaching Personnel (CEART) 1. The Joint ILO/UNESCO Committee of Experts on the Application of the Recommendations concerning Teaching Personnel (CEART) held its Ninth Session at the ILO in Geneva, 30 October–3 November 2006. (...) At the same time, the practice since 2000 has been for LILS to examine the part of the CEART report dealing with allegations submitted by national and international teachers’ organizations concerning non-observance on the part of governments of provisions of the ILO/UNESCO Recommendation concerning the Status of Teachers, 1966, or the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Recommendation concerning the Status of Higher Education Teaching Personnel, 1997 (also monitored by the CEART). (...) GB.298/LILS/8 2 GB298-LILS-8-2007-01-0302-1-En.doc teachers’ organization, and the Government of the country concerned (Japan) to undertake a mission to examine in more detail the problems related to alleged non-observance of the ILO/UNESCO Recommendations’ provisions, and intends to accept this invitation, a practice inspired by direct contacts procedures of ILO supervisory bodies. 3.
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Score: 511361.57 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...m/gb/docs/gb298/pdf/lils-8.pdf
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The specified allowance of time may be extended for (10) ten days in case justifications of the incoming applications are not completed. D. Applications concerning non-automatic import licenses related to anesthetic drugs or those drugs with mental effects and items and goods subject to control shall be treated in accordance international rules governing the circulation of these goods. (...) Goods subject to the quantitative restrictions for reasons relating to the execution of programs and government policies concerning economic development. (...) Article 9 The following provisions shall be applied in case of non-automatic import licenses: A. In relation to goods subject to the quantitative restrictions, the concerned body should publish in the Official Gazette the quantity of the quota on the basis of the value or volume, and dates if commencement and termination of the quota, and any change that may occur to them at least before (30) days from the dates of commencement of their implementation.
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Score: 510922.46 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/sau_e/WTACCSAU59A6_LEG_3.pdf
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The Declaration and Platform for Action adopted by the Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing in 1995 recognized that women can face additional barriers to the enjoyment of their human rights because they are indigenous people, and made recommendations concerning the adoption of a declaration on the rights of indigenous people and the translation of laws and information relating to the equal status and human rights of all women into indigenous languages.   (...) In all these circumstances, the Committee made specific recommendations to the States parties concerned to address its concerns.   In 1994, the Human Rights Committee adopted General Comment No. 23 on article 27 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.   (...) Secondly, at the recent first session of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, participants raised a number of critical gender issues in relation to health, education, employment, violence, conflict situations and the multiple dimensions of discrimination against women, and these concerns were reflected in the report to ECOSOC.
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Score: 510882.8 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...ch2002/CH-Indigenous-Aug02.htm
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Four new specific trade concerns were raised, and nine previous issues were again discussed. (...) A database of trade concerns raised is in the WTO’s SPS Information Management System, http://spsims.wto.org .    Information from … Members United States — Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Japan — foot and mouth disease and avian influenza situations and proposed amendments to the Animal Disease and Infection Control Law European Union — information on foot and mouth disease in Bulgaria ( G/SPS/GEN/1072 ) European Union —pesticide residues legislation and the possibility of requesting import tolerances New Zealand — amalgamation of the New Zealand Food Safety Authority and the Ministry Of Agriculture and Forestry ( G/SPS/GEN/1071 ) Belize — presenting its new agricultural health and food safety law Korea — foot and mouth disease and avian influenza situations Observer organizations OIE ( G/SPS/GEN/1073 ) IPPC Codex Others   Specific trade concerns ( G/SPS/GEN/204/Rev.11 ) Import restrictions due to dioxin contamination in Germany — concerns of the European Union Viet Nam’s ban on offals — concerns of the United States Ukraine import restrictions on poultry and poultry products — concerns of Mexico United States import restrictions on chrysanthemums — concerns of Costa Rica Previously raised India’s restrictions due to avian influenza — concerns of the European Union (no. 185) Indonesia’s import restrictions on beef and recognition of the principle of regionalization — concerns of Brazil (no. 305) US food safety modernization act — concerns of China and Jamaica (no. 299) EC regulation no. 1099/2009 of 24 September 2009 — concerns of India (no. 300) Chinese Taipei’s prohibition on ractopamine in beef and pork — concerns of the United States (no. 275) EU maximum residue levels of pesticides — concerns of India (no. 306) Turkey’s restrictions on products derived from biotechnology — concerns of the United States (no. 302) Japan’s prohibition of certain food additives — concerns of India (no. 307) General import restrictions due to BSE — concerns of the European Union (no. 193) Information on resolution of issues Greece’s inspection and testing procedures for imported wheat — concerns of Canada (no. 206) Croatia’s restrictions on poultry meat products — concerns of Chile (no. 311) This meeting’s magic number 5 … actions agreed on private standards   Jargon buster  Place the cursor over a term to see its definition: •  equivalence •  notification •  regionalization •  sanitary and phytosanitary measures •  S&D, STD, special and differential treatment > More jargon: glossary RSS news feeds > Problems viewing this page?
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Score: 510836.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/ne...s_e/news11_e/sps_30mar11_e.htm
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The Division is also assisting States in fulfilling their other obligations of due publicity established by the Convention. These obligations concern all laws and regulations adopted by the coastal State relating to innocent passage through the territorial sea (article 21 (3)) and all laws and regulations adopted by States bordering straits relating to transit passage through straits used for international navigation (article 42 (3)). 28. (...) The notifications are also listed in the Law of the Sea Information Circular, together with other relevant information concerning the discharge by States of the due publicity obligation. (...) Communications adressées aux États Parties en ce qui concerne les obligations de dépôt et de publicité voulue qui leur incombent en vertu de la Convention 30.
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Score: 510806.3 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/L...NDTREATIES/losic/losic29ef.pdf
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[19-GEN]  Draft new Resolution [EMF] - Addressing measurement concerns related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF)   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : WTSA-08 : Temporary Documents (Meeting 2008-10-21) : 19-GEN Recently posted  -  Search Meeting Documents     [19-GEN]  Draft new Resolution [EMF] - Addressing measurement concerns related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF) Format Size Posted English Word   261120 bytes 2008-10-27 [19-GEN]  Arabic Word   164352 bytes 2008-10-27 [19-GEN]  Chinese Word   445440 bytes 2008-10-27 [19-GEN]  Zip (Document)   102918 bytes 2008-10-27 [19-GEN]  Español Word   303616 bytes 2008-10-27 [19-GEN]  Français Word   310784 bytes 2008-10-27 [19-GEN]  Zip (Document)   70561 bytes 2008-10-27 [19-GEN]  Russian Word   219648 bytes 2008-10-27 [19-GEN]    Document : ITU-T WTSA-08  (Study Period 2005)  Temporary Document  19-GEN Title : Draft new Resolution [EMF] - Addressing measurement concerns related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF) Date : 2008-10-25 Source : C4 Access : Restricted to TIES users  [ITU-T] Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  TSB EDH Updated : 2008-10-27  
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Score: 510375.8 - https://www.itu.int/md/T05-WTSA08-081021-TD-GEN-0019/en
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[19-GEN]  Draft new Resolution [EMF] - Addressing measurement concerns related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF)   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : WTSA-08 : Temporary Documents (Meeting 2008-10-21) : 19-GEN Recently posted  -  Search Meeting Documents     [19-GEN]  Draft new Resolution [EMF] - Addressing measurement concerns related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF) Format Size Posted English Word   261120 bytes 2008-10-27 [19-GEN]  Arabic Word   164352 bytes 2008-10-27 [19-GEN]  Chinese Word   445440 bytes 2008-10-27 [19-GEN]  Zip (Document)   102918 bytes 2008-10-27 [19-GEN]  Español Word   303616 bytes 2008-10-27 [19-GEN]  Français Word   310784 bytes 2008-10-27 [19-GEN]  Zip (Document)   70561 bytes 2008-10-27 [19-GEN]  Russian Word   219648 bytes 2008-10-27 [19-GEN]    Document : ITU-T WTSA-08  (Study Period 2005)  Temporary Document  19-GEN Title : Draft new Resolution [EMF] - Addressing measurement concerns related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF) Date : 2008-10-25 Source : C4 Access : Restricted to TIES users  [ITU-T] Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  TSB EDH Updated : 2008-10-27  
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The later fall within the ambit of international relations, while the former relate to internal affairs. (...) Thus, as far as commentary 4 to conclusion 13 is concerned, we note that decisions of such institutions concern internal affairs. (...) Subparagraph c) of paragraph 1 of conclusion 11 should be read together with conclusion 6 on subsequent agreements and subsequent practice in relation to the interpretation of treaties. It would seem prudent to ensure compatibility with previous conclusions by making it clear that this subparagraph is concerned with practice of States, which are not parties to a treaty.
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Score: 510361.33 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth.../statements/ilc/belarus_1e.pdf
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