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Press the Ctrl + F keys of the keyboard to search for text in the list SYMBOL TITLE DATE QRC/1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Consultations Committee (Article XII:4(b)) 04/12/1956 QRC/2 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Meetings of the Consultations Committee in June 1957 23/05/1957 QRC/3 Quantitative Restrictions Consultations Committee - Time-Table for the Consultations in June-July 1957 04/06/1957 QRC/4 Quantitative Restrictions Consultations Committee - Results of the IMF Consultations 07/06/1957 QRC/4/Add.1 Quantitative Restrictions Consultations Committee - Results of the IMF Consultations - Addendum - Sweden - Results of 1956 Consultations under Article XIV, Section 4, of the Fund Agreement - 5 June 1957 12/06/1957 QRC/4/Add.2 Quantitative Restrictions Consultations Committee - Results of the International Monetary Fund Consultations - Addendum - Federal Republic of Germany - Results of 1956 Consultations under Article XIV, Section 4, of the Fund Agreement - 13 June 1957 17/06/1957 QRC/5 Quantitative Restrictions Consultations Committee - Time Table for the Consultations - Modification requested by France 11/06/1957 QRC/6 Quantitative Restrictions Consultations Committee - List of Representatives 11/06/1957 QRC/6/Rev.1 Quantitative Restrictions Consultations Committee - List of Representatives - Revision 24/06/1957 QRC/6/Rev.1/Add.1 Quantitative Restrictions Consultations Committee - List of Representatives - Addendum 24/06/1957 QRC/6/Rev.1/Add.2 Quantitative Restrictions Consultations Committee - List of Representatives - Addendum - Other Contracting Parties 26/06/1957 QRC/7 Quantitative Restrictions Consultations Committee - The Timing of Article XII Consultations with France - Statement by the French Representative on 18 June 1957 20/06/1957 QRC/8 Quantitative Restrictions Consultations Committee - Draft Report on the Consultation under Article XII:4(b) with Denmark 25/06/1957 QRC/9 Quantitative Restrictions Consultations Committee - Draft Report on the Consultation under Article XII:4(b) with Sweden 25/06/1957 QRC/10 Quantitative Restrictions Consultations Committee - Draft Report on the Consultation under Article XII:4(b) with Norway 25/06/1957 QRC/11 Quantitative Restrictions Consultations Committee - Draft Report on the Consultation under Article XII:4(b) with Italy 27/06/1957 QRC/12 Quantitative Restrictions Consultations Committee - Draft Report on the Consultation under Article XII:4(b) with the Kingdom of the Netherlands 27/06/1957 QRC/13 Quantitative Restrictions Consultations Committee - Draft Report on the Consultation under Article XII:4(b) with Greece 28/06/1957 QRC/14 Quantitative Restrictions Consultations Committee - Draft Report on the Consultation under Article XII:4(b) with the Federal Republic of Germany 28/06/1957 QRC/15 Quantitative Restrictions Consultations Committee - Draft Report on the Consultation under Article XII:4(b) with Austria 28/06/1957 QRC/16 Quantitative Restrictions Consultations Committee - Provisional Time-Table for the Consultations in October-November 1957 20/08/1957 QRC/17 Quantitative Restrictions Consultations Committee - Results of the IMF Consultations 16/10/1957 QRC/17/Add.1 Results of the IMF Consultations - Addendum - France - Results of 1957 Consultations under Article XIV, Section 4, of the Fund Agreement 24/10/1957 QRC/17/Add.2 Working Party on Balance of Payments - Results of the IMF Consultations - Addendum - 1. Japan - Results of 1957 Consultations under Article XIV, Section 4, of the Fund Agreement 29/10/1957 QRC/18 Working Party on Balance of Payments - Draft Report on the Consultation under Article XII:4(b) with Finland 05/11/1957 QRC/19 Working Party on Balance of Payments - Draft Report on the Consultations with the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland 02/11/1957 QRC/20 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Twelfth Session - Working Party on Balance of Payments - Draft Report on the Consultation with the Union of South Africa 08/11/1957 QRC/21 Working Party on Balance of Payments - Draft Report on the Consultations with the United Kingdom 07/11/1957 QRC/22 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Twelfth Session - Working Party on Balance of Payments - Draft Report on the Consultations with Ceylon 15/11/1957 QRC/23 Working Party on Balance of Payments - Draft Report on the Consultations under Article XII:4(b) with India 19/11/1957 QRC/24 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Twelfth Session - Working Party on Balance of Payments - Draft Report on the Consultation under Article XII:4(b) with Turkey 18/11/1957 QRC/24/Corr.1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Twelfth Session - Working Party on Balance of Payments - Draft Report on the Consultation under Article XII:4(b) with Turkey - Corrigendum 20/11/1957 QRC/25 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Twelfth Session - Working Party on Balance of Payments - Draft Report on the Consultation under Article XII:4(b) with Japan 20/11/1957 QRC/26 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Twelfth Session - Working Party on Balance of Payments - Draft Report on the Consultation with Pakistan 22/11/1957 QRC/27 Working Party on Balance of Payments - Draft Report on the Consultations with Australia 27/11/1957 QRC/28 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Twelfth Session - Working Party on Balance of Payments - Draft Report on the Consultation under Article XII:4(b) with Brazil 26/11/1957 QRC/29 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Twelfth Session - Working Party on Balance of Payments - Draft Report on the Consultations with New Zealand 28/11/1957 QRC/30 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Twelfth Session - Working Party on Balance of Payments - Draft Report on the Consultation under Article XII:4(b) with France 25/11/1957
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Score: 430028.86 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/q.htm
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Board of Auditors Informal- informal consultations   Informal- informal consultations   3PM – 6PM 3PM – 6PM 3PM – 6PM 3PM – 6PM Informal consultations 150. (...) Administrative & budgetary aspects of financing UNPKOs – Cross-cutting issues     Informal- informal consultations (9 – 9.45AM) Informal- informal consultations (9 – 9.45AM) Informal- informal consultations (9 – 9.45AM) Informal- informal consultations (9 – 9.45AM) Informal- informal consultations (9 – 9.45AM) Informal- informal consultations Informal- informal consultations Informal- informal consultations Informal- informal consultations Informal- informal consultations 1.15-2.45PM 1.15-2.45PM 1.15-2.45PM 1.15-2.45PM 1.15-2.45PM Informal- informal consultations [ CR.E ] 150. Closed PK missions Informal- informal consultations Informal- informal consultations Informal- informal consultations Informal- informal consultations 3PM – 6PM 3PM – 6PM 3PM – 6PM 3PM – 6PM 3PM – 6PM Informal- informal consultations [ CR.E ]       4.30 – 6PM 150.
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Score: 428572.8 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth/73/C5_73_2r_pow.htm
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Slide 1 Public consultations: UK experience Andrew Black Tobacco Programme Manager • Formal public consultations are a useful step in the policy making process • They provide valuable information to support decision making • Used extensively in the UK • Possible sources Government may consider for making policy decisions: – Results of public consultation – Scientific and academic evidence – Legal advice – Political considerations – International obligations – Public opinion • In recent years, the Government has consulted on various tobacco control policy proposals: – Smokefree legislation – Picture health warnings – Tobacco vending machines – Ending tobacco displays in shops • Consultation on tobacco packaging, including standardised packaging, to be published shortly • Consultations on tobacco control proposals generate large numbers of responses • Consultation on the future of tobacco control policy (2008) prompted over 97,000 responses • Opinions tend to be polarised • Through consultation, Government seeks views, evidence and opinions from interested parties • But, is not an opinion poll • Consultations are not necessarily representative of the population – motivated people tend to respond UK's consultation code of practice: • Formal consultation should take place at a stage when there is scope to influence the policy outcome • Consultations should normally last for at least 12 weeks with consideration given to longer timescales where feasible and sensible. • Consultation documents should be clear about the consultation process, what is being proposed, the scope to influence and the expected costs and benefits of the proposals. • Consultation exercises should be designed to be accessible to, and clearly targeted at, those people the exercise is intended to reach. • Keeping the burden of consultation to a minimum is essential if consultations are to be effective and if consultees’ buy-in to the process is to be obtained. • Consultation responses should be analysed carefully and clear feedback should be provided to participants following the consultation. • Officials running consultations should seek guidance in how to run an effective consultation exercise and share what they have learned from the experience. Tobacco packaging consultation: • To be published shortly • Government has an entirely open mind • Any person or organisation with an interest is encouraged to respond • The consultation will seek evidence about the additional public health benefit that standardised packaging might bring, and any unintended consequences • To be published by the Department of Health: – Consultation document – Impact Assessment (IA) – Equality Impact Assessment • Academic evidence review to be published at the same time by the UK Public Health Research Consortium • General questions in consultation document and specific questions in the IA • Ways of responding: – Online consultation portal – Email – Paper based response form • Also expect a large number of postcards and petitions • Awareness raising of consultation • Challenges of analysis • Government will publish an overview of responses to the consultation in due course • Protecting tobacco control from vested interests • "Tobacco Control Plan for England" (published 2011) • To fulfill FCTC obligations (Art 5.3): – In the future, organisations engaging with the Department of Health on tobacco control, for example by responding to consultation exercises, will be asked to disclose any links with, or funding received from, the tobacco industry
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Score: 428094.9 - https://www.who.int/fctc/8-2-E...e_domestic_consultation-UK.pdf
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TBD] Informal-informal consultations [CR. E NLB] SPMs Informal-informal consultations [CR. 8 NLB] Informal-informal consultations [CR. 4 NLB] UNAMID Informal-informal consultations [CR. 5 NLB] TCC Reimbursement 3– 6PM 3– 6PM 3– 6PM 3– 6PM 3– 6PM 6.15 – 9PM 6.15 – 9PM 6.15 – 9PM 6.15 – 9PM 6.15 – 9PM Informal-informal consultations [CR. 5 NLB] Cross-Cutting Informal-informal consultations [CR. 5 NLB] Cross-Cutting Informal-informal consultations [CR. 5 NLB] Support Account Informal-informal consultations [CR. (...) TBD] Informal-informal consultations [CR. TBD] SPM Informal-informal consultations [CR. (...) TBD] Informal-informal consultations [CR. 2062 NLB] UNAMID Informal-informal consultations [CR. 2062 NLB] TCC Informal-informal consultations [CR.
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Score: 427391.3 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...mal-informals_2-27_June%5D.pdf
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In US – Upland Cotton, the Appellate Body was faced with the question whether the scope of the consultations is determined by the written request for consultations or by what actually happens in the consultations. (...) In an addendum to its request for consultations, Korea subsequently sought further consultations with regard to this order. (...) The consultations process i
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Score: 427086.23 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...ions_e/ai17_e/dsu_art4_jur.pdf
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Board of Auditors Informal-informal consultations 136. SPMs Informal-informal consultations   Informal-informal consultations 149. (...) UNISFA Informal-informal consultations 149. RSCE Informal-informal consultations   Informal-informal consultations 152. (...) SPMs Informal-informal consultations   Informal-informal consultations   Informal-informal consultations 134.
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Score: 427037.84 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth/72/C5_72_2r_pow.htm
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Public Consultations Committed to connecting the world عربي 中文 Español Français Русский Search for: ITU About ITU Media Centre Events Publications Statistics Areas of Action Regional Presence Careers General Secretariat Radiocommunication Standardization Development ITU Telecom Members' Zone Join ITU Public Consultations Rollup Image You are here ITU > Home > Consultations Share Page Content 20 ​​​ ​ ITU carries out various public consultations on matters under its mandate to tap into the views and opinions of diverse multistakeholder communities within the ICT ecosystem communities. To more easily access these public consultations we have gathered them here in one place and will continue to add any new consultations that the ITU may carry out in the future. We invite you to participate in our ongoing consultations.​ ​ ​​ Second Online Open Consultation on the Draft Guidelines for utilization of the GCA ​ New!  
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Score: 426732.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/consultations/Pages/default.aspx
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All such requests for consultations shall be notified to the DSB and the relevant Councils and Committees by the Member which requests consultations. (...) In an addendum to its request for consultations, Korea subsequently sought further consultations with regard to this order. (...) Article 4.5 (a) Adequacy of consultations 160.   In EC — Bananas III , the Panel indicated that the function of panels as regards consultations is only to ascertain whether consultations, when required, were held: “Consultations are … a matter reserved for the parties.
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Score: 426254.83 - https://www.wto.org/english/re.../analytic_index_e/dsu_02_e.htm
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Support Account [CR.D] 3PM – __ 3– 6PM 3– 6PM 3– 6PM 3– 6PM Informal-informal consultations Informal-informal consultations Informal-informal consultations Informal-informal consultations Informal-informal consultations [CR.12] 148. (...) Cross- cutting 6.15 – 9PM 6.30 – 9PM 6.30 – 9PM 6.30 – 9PM Informal-informal consultations Informal-informal consultations Informal-informal consultations Informal-informal consultations [CR.12] 148. (...) Support Account 6.15 – 9PM 6.15 – 9PM 6.15 – 9PM 6.15 – 9PM 6.15 – 9PM Informal-informal consultations Informal-informal consultations Informal-informal consultations Informal-informal consultations Informal-informal consultations 6.15 – 8PM [CR.11] 160.MINUSMA (2014/15) 8PM - [CR.11] 154.
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Score: 425856.54 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...formal-informals_1-24_June.pdf
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WHO SHOULD CONDUCT THE CONSULTATIONS? ............................... 18 IX. (...) National Consultations identifi es the main applicable human rights instruments, and discusses the focus and the form of national consultations. To provide guidance to practitioners, this publication further considers various issues important for the conduct of such consultations, including preparations, when and where to consult and for how long, who should conduct the consultations and who should be consulted, protection-related and ethical considerations, reporting and follow-up.
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Score: 425586.3 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...NationalConsultationsTJ_EN.pdf
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