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For instance, mandatory thermal building codes are key to
ensure a market robust enough for the private sector to invest in the manufacture of
local thermal building insulation.
(...) The objective also seeks to use the updated TNA
Handbook and provide feedback to fine-tune methodologies through and iterative process.
27. Key areas of the UNEP TNA project progress, summarized from an update submitted
by the Agency, include the following:
(a) Thirty-six countries are participating in the TNA project. (...) Out of the projects approved under the LDCF, an estimated 60 per
cent have distinct components aimed at technology transfer. Under SCCF-A, more than 50
per cent of projects focus explicitly on technology transfer.
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58. Key elements of national responsibility for IDPs in the Americas include:
Raising national awareness of the plight of IDPs
59. (...) Data should be disaggregated by age, gender and other key indicators, so
that the specific needs of adolescents, women heads of household, the elderly, indigenous
persons and ethnic groups can be adequately addressed. (...) The adoption of a national policy on internal displacement is a distinct, though
complementary, measure to the enactment of national legislation.
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It provides social security and protection to
residents, and is distinct from other systems in that it is universal and tends to cover all
persons living in Sweden regardless of their situation. (...) He welcomes the
adoption after his visit of an action plan for the 2030 Agenda, defining the key political
measures to be implemented in this respect during the period 2018–2020.6
12. (...) Sweden has been a long-time key actor in humanitarian assistance; for example, in
2016, it was the seventh largest donor in the world, providing close to 2.7 per cent of global
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17 See www.business-humanrights.org/en/key-findings-from-the-database-of-attacks-on-human-rights-
18 See www.pdac.ca/docs/default -source/priorities/public-affairs/csr-national-roundtables-
background.pdf? (...) The Working Group learned that Global Affairs Canada
provides its trade officers posted overseas with training on key corporate social responsibility
issues relating to the extractive sector. (...) The guidelines refer companies
to the 2014 corporate social responsibility strategy as a key reference point. A more explicit
reference to the Guiding Principles and to respect for human rights would also be useful.
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The SFM/REDD+ Program is a key element of many MFA projects, developing a
range of environmental benefits in addition to GHG mitigation benefits. (...) Rigorous monitoring and/or measuring systems are key for results-based finance for mitigation in the forest sector.
particular, this program will strengthen the capacities of key stakeholders in LDCs to effectively carry out
subsequent stages of the NAP process.
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The plan of action defines a long-term vision of
Bolivia as a country grounded on social justice and dignity, while setting out key strategic
objectives in the fight against racism and discrimination for the period 2012 - 2015.
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Decree 6040 of 2007 recognizes the existence of distinct traditional peoples and
communities, and establishes that their rights must be guaranteed and respected. (...) The Palmares Foundation, a public institution under the Ministry of Culture (Law 7.668
of 1988), is mandated to formulate, promote and implement programmes and projects which
recognize, preserve and promote the contribution of African cultures to Brazilian society. It
plays a key role in raising awareness about religious intolerance through seminars and by
providing financial and technical support.
35. (...) In Dos Palmares Quilombo, although the local Quilombo community had successfully
claimed title to their lands, a prison placed near the community without their consent has
brought negative social and environmental impacts, with sewage from the prison polluting the
river, a key water source and source of livelihood for the community.
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The balance, which is rarely free of conflict, is
a primary focus of the present report, although other key developments and issues are also
raised. Conscious of the need to find workable solutions, the Special Rapporteur focuses
her report on reviewing the sectoral legislation regulating natural resource investments in
Norway, Sweden and Finland, and offers recommendations for measures that should be
taken to ensure that the three States are not out of step with contemporary human rights
(...) Community members expressed concern to the Special Rapporteur that the
proposed mining activities would destroy key areas within their traditional territory that are
indispensable for the continued pursuit of their traditional livelihood. (...) Finland is also home to a distinct Sami group, the Skolt Sami. A separate law, the
includes provisions on their rights in the Skolt native area, a part of the Sami
native area in the municipality of Inari.
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E. Ten key principles .......................................................................................... 15–16 7
II. (...) This guide identifies 10 key Principles to help integrate the management of human
rights risks into investment project contract negotiations between host State entities and
foreign business investors.
2. (...) A/HRC/17/31/Add.3
E. Ten key principles
15. This guide identifies 10 Principles to help States and business investors integrate
management of human rights risks into investment project contract negotiations, together
with their key implications as well as a recommended checklist for negotiations.