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In our written submission, based on research Human Rights Watch has done on the ground in 15 countries, we have highlighted a number of areas where climate change and disaster have a distinct impact on women and girls. We hope this submission will be useful to the Committee as you move ahead in the drafting process. I wanted to use my time today to focus on one key issue that underpins all other issues—the right of women and girls to participate in the processes designed to address climate change and disaster. (...) The Committee has a unique opportunity to fight for women’s participation by asking tough questions as every country comes before the Committee for review about how women have participated in processes to plan for climate change and disaster, and how issues of distinct impacts have been handled to local and national planning processes.
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Score: 871879.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...teChange/HumanRightsWatch.docx
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However, in working towards their shared goals, the two programs take distinct approaches and fulfill different roles. PROFOR was created in 1997 and is managed since 2002 by a core team based at the World Bank. It supports analytical work and generates knowledge in the form of lessons learnt and new tools and approaches on key issues within the forest sector, such as forests-poverty linkages. These two distinct yet complimentary roles are the foundation of a two-way partnership between PROFOR and the NFP Facility.
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Score: 871879.6 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/nfp-facility/70256/es/
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However, in working towards their shared goals, the two programs take distinct approaches and fulfill different roles. PROFOR was created in 1997 and is managed since 2002 by a core team based at the World Bank. It supports analytical work and generates knowledge in the form of lessons learnt and new tools and approaches on key issues within the forest sector, such as forests-poverty linkages. These two distinct yet complimentary roles are the foundation of a two-way partnership between PROFOR and the NFP Facility.
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Score: 871879.6 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/nfp-facility/70256/fr/
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If there are two issues that matter most to the global business community… If there are two issues that are inextricably linked and mutually dependent… And if there are two issues that tend to be dealt with in distinct policy worlds… They are trade and climate. For too long, climate and trade policymakers have operated in distinct silos. But the fact is that the structure and evolution of international commerce and the rules underpinning it will make an enormous difference to whether the world be able to get climate change under control. (...) And it is also why I am so pleased to see representatives from governments, civil society and key members of the ICC business network. This is a key moment in the lead-up to both COP26 and MC12 where, incidentally, I will be launching a study ICC has commissioned on how trade rules can accelerate the development of more sustainable and circular business models – one of the many issues we will be discussing today.
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Score: 868760.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/ne...ews21_e/icc-clim_28oct21_e.pdf
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These diverse individual accounts help us to understand the distinct roles of negotiators, Chair and Secretariat, as well as how negotiators sought to balance matters of principle and good policy against simple commercial or political trade-offs. (...) He offers an insider’s account of the distinctive manner in which the EC delegation prepared for and engaged in TRIPS negotiations, and its unique model of engagement with stakeholders and the member states of the European Communities (EC). (...) Jörg Reinbothe reviews the challenges that confronted the European Commission in representing a diverse group of distinct member states at a time of evolution in EC IP law.
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Score: 868497 - https://www.wto.org/english/re.../trips_agree_e/chapter_1_e.pdf
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Jerusalem's cultural heritage - UNESCO decision - Question of Palestine Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: Home About The Committee on Palestinian Rights Division for Palestinian Rights Key Topics Key issues at stake The Quartet History Fast facts The Committee Background Bureau Membership Mandate and Objectives Areas of Activities Working Group Reports Statements Newsletters Events Upcoming Events Committee Meetings International Conferences and Side Events Delegation visits Solidarity Day Capacity Building Programme UNISPAL About UNISPAL Search Document Collection Map Collection Civil Society Overview Responsibilities of Civil Society Partners NGO Action News Get accredited Benefits of accreditation Civil Society Partners UN System FAQ Search for: Home / Jerusalem’s cultural heritage – UNESCO decision Jerusalem’s cultural heritage – UNESCO decision 9 Jerusalem and the implementation of 34 C/Resolution 47 and 177 EX/Decisions 19 and 20 (179 EX/9 and Add.; 179 EX/59) I Implementation of 34 C/Resolution 47 and 177 EX/Decision 19 The Executive Board, 1. (...) Expresses its sincere thanks to the Director-General for his sustained efforts for the safeguarding of the cultural heritage of the Old City of Jerusalem, in compliance with the relevant resolutions and decisions of the General Conference and the Executive Board, and reiterates its concern as to the obstacles and practices affecting the preservation of the distinctive character of the Old City of Jerusalem; 5. Taking note of the declaration by the Director-General concerning Jerusalem at the 172nd session of the Executive Board, which appeals to all parties concerned to respect the outstanding universal value of the Old City of Jerusalem, and to refrain from anything that may jeopardize the distinctive character of the Old City of Jerusalem inscribed on the World Heritage List and on the List of World Heritage in Danger, invites him to pursue his efforts with the authorities concerned in regard to the safeguarding and preservation of the distinctive character of the Old City of Jerusalem; 6.
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Score: 865754.3 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-209969/
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1 Independent Evaluation of the United Nations Road Safety Trust Fund (UNRSF) Secretariat (August 2021) Progress report as of 31 December 2021 # Recommendation Management response Responsibility Target date Status of implementation 1 UNRSF needs to actively promote synergistic collaboration across various participating UN agencies as the means to developing a distinctive competitive advantage, which would emphasize approaching road safety with an inter-sectoral lens critical to the achievement of the SDGs. 1.1 Organize small strategy session/s with key stakeholders for discussing various strategic options that can help UNRSF develop distinctive competitive advantages over other road safety funds. (...) Organize a strategy session with key stakeholders from the PUNOs to discuss various strategic options that can help UNRSF develop distinctive competitive advantages over other road safety funds, this will include a further emphasis on joint project proposals. b. (...) On 16 December 2021, the UNRSF secretariat organized a strategy session with its 11 PUNOs for the Business Plan 2022- 25, which will implement the independent evaluation’s recommendations, including on developing a distinctive competitive advantage. Further consultations with PUNOs and other members of the UNRSF governing bodies are planned on 2 February 2022 and 7 March 2022. b.
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Score: 865040.6 - https://unece.org/sites/default/files/2022-02/PROGRE~2.PDF
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Diapositiva 1 PMNCH 20th Board Meeting Ottawa, 18-19 May 2017 Global Financing Mechanism Update Achieving Greater Efficiencies Through Better Coordination at Country Level Anuradha Gupta, Deputy CEO, Gavi The Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health Secretariat Hosted by the World Health Organization and Board Chaired by Mrs Graça Machel B20-2017-ITEM8a 2 2 The Global Financing Mechanisms • PMNCH’s newest constituency • Comprised of the 3Gs: Gavi, The Global Fund and Global Financing Facility • Together, the 3Gs represent the bulk of global financing for women, children and adolescents • Each has a distinct focus and different approaches but there is high complementarity in support of SRMNCAH • Together, the 3Gs investments at country level lay the foundation for UHC 3 3 Key Areas of Complementary Action  Clarity and consensus at global level: amplify the impact of each other’s investments  Alignment and coordination at country level: opportunities for a holistic needs analysis, integrated planning and monitoring  Domestic resource mobilisation & transition financing: joint advocacy, coordinated efforts for successful transition  Maximising efficiencies: more health for money 4 4 Proposed Tools for Alignment 1. (...) Joint Country Missions 5 5 Thank You Slide Number 1 The Global Financing Mechanisms Key Areas of Complementary Action Proposed Tools for Alignment Slide Number 5
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Score: 864930.9 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/abou...overnance/board/b20_item8a.pdf
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It also aims to promote broadband rollout as the key to greater productivity gains, economic growth and social benefits. It is designed to foster competition and choice in a number of ways: · First, we know that in a converged world, distinctions between different transmission infrastructures are artificial and create disincentives for investment. The new framework will apply to all transmission networks in the same way. No more distinctions between data and voice, between “value added” and “basic” services.
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Score: 860501.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...eg_0504_alison_birkett_abs.doc
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These inputs will address civic engagement promotion as a distinct work stream, but also the strategies deployed to create opportunities for voice and participation in the context of other thematic work streams. (...) For this reason, partnership development is regarded as a distinct and essential component of the interaction between UNDP and the CSAC. 7. (...) CSAC’s specific objectives KEY FOCUS SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE Strategy and policy Provide substantive inputs into the development of key UNDP strategies and policies across UNDP’s three substantive areas of focus: sustainable development pathways, inclusive and effective democratic governance and resilience Civic engagement Advise UNDP on different aspects of its work to promote civic engagement at global, regional and country level, including on the most appropriate strategies to expand and protect civic space as well as ways to strengthen the capacity of key civil society actors Partnership Support UNDP outreach and partnership development efforts by facilitating the creation of appropriate communication channels with key civil society constituencies represented on the Committee at global, regional and country level Advocacy Join hands with UNDP in advocacy efforts on matter of shared concern, including through the organization of joint events, the development of common messages, and the participation of individual Committee members as speakers in UNDP event, or of UNDP staff as speakers in civil society events 9.
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Score: 856936.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ationsDevelopmentProgramme.pdf
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