Home

Resultados 11 - 20 de 807,375 para effective experience. La búsqueda tomó 2.779 segundos.  
Ordenar por fecha/Ordenar por relevancia
LETTER DATED 16 JUNE 2008 FROM THE CHARGÉ D'AFFAIRES A.I. OF THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
One participant with experience of firewood patrols in Darfur stated: “If you want me to fly, first give me wings; then you can say whether I flew well.” (...) • The deterrent effect of prosecution is diminished by judicial weakness or collapse in war- affected countries. (...) Support at the highest levels should be given to effective, path-breaking responses to women’s protection needs.
Idioma:Español
Puntuación: 1453545.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=S/2008/402&Lang=S
Fuente de datos: ods
REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS, ESPECIALLY WOMEN AND CHILDREN, JOY NGOZI EZEILO : ADDENDUM
These small awards highlighted the challenges posed in compensation cases in many countries whereby the majority of those being prosecuted for trafficking tend to be lower-level agents such as recruiters or transporters who have limited assets against which to claim. The experience of Belarus also exemplified other trends found in some countries, such as the large proportion of compensation cases brought through criminal proceedings and the difficulty for civil society groups to obtain disaggregated trafficking-related data and statistics for use in advocating for more effective remedies. (...) It was noted, for example, that in which the way many States had translated their international obligations into domestic legal frameworks had had the effect of impairing many trafficked persons’ right to an effective remedy, including by excluding entire categories of trafficked persons from even the possibility of being recognized as such. (...) In the area of restitution, the experience of a human rights organization seeking remedies on behalf of a Kenyan woman who had been trafficked to Rwanda at the age of 10 for domestic work was presented, demonstrating the complexities of translating restitution into practice in cases where the trafficking experience had been ongoing for decades and the trafficked person had literally lost his or her identity.
Idioma:Español
Puntuación: 1445304.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/17/35/ADD.6&Lang=S
Fuente de datos: ods
REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS, WALTER KALIN : ADDENDUM
• All groups: The overwhelming majority of displaced populations are women and children. They experience particular protection, assistance and reintegration needs, which routinely are overlooked or not addressed with priority. (...) Such campaigns will be most effective when they are developed in consultation with civil society and displaced communities. (...) Local NGOs and researchers as well as a number of international organizations and NGOs have experience and expertise in gathering data about displaced populations and could be enlisted to assist Governments in their data collection efforts. 20.
Idioma:Español
Puntuación: 1444043.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=E/CN.4/2006/71/ADD.1&Lang=S
Fuente de datos: ods
FCCC/SBI/2011/MIS
Specifically, Australia remains cautious about the value of progressing discussions on possible development of a climate risk insurance facility, given the current paucity of detailed risk data for vulnerable countries that is essential to the effective functioning of risk transfer mechanisms, and the lack of clarity around whether a climate risk insurance facility would be the most effective means of addressing risks of climate- related loss and damage in vulnerable countries. (...) Canada believes that the Cancun Agreement strikes an appropriate balance among the interests of Parties through the adoption of a comprehensive package of decisions on a wide range of issues, and represents a significant step in the international effort to reach a fair, effective and comprehensive post-2012 climate change regime. (...) To ensure development of an effective work programme, it is important that Parties agree at the outset on the objective, scope, outcomes and modalities.
Idioma:Español
Puntuación: 1443853.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=FCCC/SBI/2011/MISC.1&Lang=S
Fuente de datos: ods
GENDER AND CLIMATE CHANGE PROPOSAL BY THE PRESIDENT. DRAFT DECISION -/CP.25. ENHANCED LIMA WORK PROGRAMME ON GENDER AND ITS GENDER ACTION PLAN
To enhance the systematic integration of gender considerations into climate policy and action and the application of understanding and expertise to the actions called for under the Lima work programme on gender and its gender action plan, and facilitate outreach, knowledge-sharing and the communication of activities undertaken to enhance gender- responsive climate action and its impacts in advancing women’s leadership, achieving gender equality and ensuring effective climate action. B. Gender balance, participation and women’s leadership 5. (...) F C C C /C P /2 0 1 9 /L .3 G E .1 9 -2 1 5 0 1 5 Table 1 Priority area A: capacity-building, knowledge management and communication Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation A.1 Strengthen capacity-building efforts for governments and other stakeholders in mainstreaming gender in formulating, monitoring, implementing and reviewing, as appropriate, national climate change policies, plans, strategies and action, including nationally determined contributions, national adaptation plans and national communications Leading: Parties, relevant organizations Contributing: national gender and climate change focal points, secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Implementation of capacity- building for developing gender-responsive climate change policy Regional, national A.2 Discuss and clarify the role and the work of the national gender and climate change focal points, including through providing capacity-building, tools and resources, sharing experience and best practices, workshops, knowledge exchange, peer-to-peer learning, mentoring and coaching Leading: secretariat Contributing: national gender and climate change focal points, relevant organizations, Parties SB 52 (2020) In-session workshop Recommendations on the role of the national gender and climate change focal point International Leading: relevant organizations Contributing: secretariat, national gender and climate change focal points Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Provision of capacity-building opportunities, tools and resources Regional, national A.3 Enhance capacity-building for governments and other relevant stakeholders to collect, analyse and apply sex-disaggregated data and gender analysis in the context of climate change, where applicable Leading: relevant organizations Contributing: Parties Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Promotion of tools, guidelines and training Regional, national, local A.4 Strengthen the evidence base and understanding of the differentiated impacts of climate change on men and women and the role of women as agents of change and on opportunities for women Parties, relevant organizations, the research community SB 54 (2021) Submissions on: - Dimensions and examples of the gender- differentiated impacts of climate change - The role of women as agents of change - Opportunities for women International, regional, national F C C C /C P /2 0 1 9 /L .3 6 G E .1 9 -2 1 5 0 1 Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation Secretariat By SB 56 (2022) Synthesis report on the submissions International Invite Parties, relevant organizations, the research community and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to participate in an event to present relevant information upon publication of the Sixth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change By COP 28 (2022) SBI–SBSTA special event International, regional, national A.5 Promote the use of social media, web resources and innovative communication tools to effectively communicate to the public, in particular reaching out to women, on the implementation of the Lima work programme on gender and its gender action plan and on gender equality Leading: Parties, relevant organizations, secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Effective communication through social media, web resources and innovative communication tools International, regional, national Table 2 Priority area B: gender balance, participation and women’s leadership Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation B.1 Promote initiatives for capacity-building in leadership, negotiation and facilitation of negotiation for women delegates, including through webinars and in-session training to enhance women’s participation in the UNFCCC process Leading: Parties, relevant organizations Contributing: secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Workshops, capacity-building initiatives, webinars International, regional, national B.2 Promote travel funds as a means of supporting the equal participation of women in all national delegations at UNFCCC sessions, as well as funds to support the participation of grass-roots local and indigenous peoples’ communities from developing countries, the least developed countries and small island developing States and encourage Parties and relevant organizations to share information on travel funding Leading: Parties Contributing: relevant organizations, secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Mobilization of travel funds to increase women’s participation in the UNFCCC process International, regional, national F C C C /C P /2 0 1 9 /L .3 G E .1 9 -2 1 5 0 1 7 Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation B.3 Invite the Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform Facilitative Working Group to collaborate and co-host a dialogue to discuss advancing the leadership and highlighting the solutions of local communities and indigenous women and ways of enhancing their effective participation in climate policy and action, to the extent that it is consistent with the workplan of the Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform Facilitative Working Group and within existing resources Invite to collaborate: Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform Facilitative Working Group, secretariat Contributing: Parties, relevant organizations SB 57 (2022) Dialogue International, regional Secretariat SB 58 (2023) Dialogue report International Table 3 Priority area C: coherence Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation C.1 Ensure that members of constituted bodies are introduced to gender-related mandates and to the relevance of gender in the context of their work in a consistent and systematic manner Leading: secretariat Contributing: relevant organizations Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) All new members of constituted bodies are introduced to the importance of gender-responsiveness International C.2 Facilitate the exchange of views and best practices of the Chairs of constituted bodies on how to strengthen the integration of the gender perspective into their work, taking into account the synthesis reports on progress in integrating a gender perspective into constituted body processes referred to in paragraph 14(b) of this decision Leading: Chairs of constituted bodies Contributing: secretariat SB 56 (2022) Selection of topics for dialogue International Leading: secretariat Contributing: relevant organizations SB 56 (2022) Compilation of good practices for integrating gender into the work of the constituted bodies International F C C C /C P /2 0 1 9 /L .3 8 G E .1 9 -2 1 5 0 1 Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation Leading: Chairs of constituted bodies Contributing: secretariat SB 58 (2023) Dialogue International Secretariat SB 59 (2023) Dialogue report International C.3 Strengthen coordination between the work on gender considerations of the subsidiary bodies under the Convention and the Paris Agreement and other relevant United Nations entities and processes, in particular the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, as applicable Leading: secretariat Contributing: Parties, constituted bodies, relevant organizations COPs sessions from COP 26 (2020) In-session dialogue on Gender Day focused on one thematic area relevant to the Convention and the Paris Agreement to promote coherence reflecting multidimensional factors International Table 4 Priority area D: gender-responsive implementation and means of implementation Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation D.1 Share experience and support capacity-building on gender budgeting, including on the integration of gender-responsive budgeting into national budgets to advance gender-responsive climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate Parties, secretariat, relevant organizations 31 July 2022 Submissions International Leading: relevant organizations Contributing: Parties, national gender and climate change focal points, secretariat, relevant national finance and budgeting entities, any other relevant entity 2022 Expert group meeting International, regional, national Leading: secretariat Contributing: relevant organizations COP 28 (2022) Gender Day theme International D.2 Raise awareness of the financial and technical support available for promoting the strengthening of gender integration into climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate, including good practices to Leading: secretariat, Parties Contributing: Adaptation Fund, Global Environment Facility, Green Climate Fund, private Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Webinars, communication materials, in-session workshops International, regional, national F C C C /C P /2 0 1 9 /L .3 G E .1 9 -2 1 5 0 1 9 Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation facilitate access to climate finance for grass-roots women’s organizations and indigenous peoples and local communities sector, philanthropic financial institutions, other relevant organizations D.3 Promote the deployment of gender-responsive technological solutions to address climate change, including strengthening, protecting and preserving local, indigenous and traditional knowledge and practices in different sectors and for improving climate resilience, and by fostering women’s and girls’ full participation and leadership in science, technology, research and development Leading: Parties, relevant organizations, constituted bodies Contributing: secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Workshops, capacity- building initiatives, webinars International, regional, national D.4 Support the collection and consolidation of information and expertise on gender and climate change in sectors and thematic areas as well as identifying experts on gender and climate change, as needed, and enhance knowledge platforms on gender and climate change Leading: Parties, relevant organizations Contributing: secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Knowledge and expertise platforms on gender and climate change International, regional, national D.5 Engage women’s groups and national women and gender institutions in the process of developing, implementing and updating climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate, at all levels Parties, relevant organizations Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Engagement of women’s groups and national women and gender institutions in developing and implementing climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate National Parties, relevant organizations Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Peer-to-peer exchange on country experience and needs Regional Parties, relevant organizations Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Open call for submissions to share experience International, national D.6 Exchange information on lessons learned among Parties that have integrated gender into national Parties, relevant organizations 31 March 2020 Submissions on lessons learned International, national F C C C /C P /2 0 1 9 /L .3 1 0 G E .1 9 -2 1 5 0 1 Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate (e.g. information on results, impacts and main challenges), and on the actions that Parties are taking to mainstream gender in any updates thereto, as appropriate Leading: secretariat Contributing: national gender and climate change focal points, relevant organizations SB 52 (2020) In-session workshop on lessons learned and actions taken in any updates International Secretariat SB 53 (2020) Informal workshop report International Leading: relevant organizations Contributing: secretariat, national gender and climate change focal points Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Workshops, dialogues, training expert meetings Regional, national D.7 Enhance the availability of sex-disaggregated data for gender analysis, taking into consideration multidimensional factors, to better inform gender- responsive climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate Leading: relevant organizations, Parties Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Management and availability of sex- disaggregated data for gender analysis in national systems, as appropriate National Table 5 Priority area E: monitoring and reporting Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation E.1 Strengthen the monitoring and reporting on women in leadership positions within the UNFCCC process in the context of the gender composition report referred to in paragraph 14(b) of this decision and including through case studies Secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Inclusion of additional information in gender composition report International E.2 Monitor and report on the implementation of gender-responsive climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate, reported by Parties in regular reports and communications under the UNFCCC process Secretariat COP 28 (2022) COP 30 (2024) Compilation and synthesis report International
Idioma:Español
Puntuación: 1437690.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=FCCC/CP/2019/L.3&Lang=S
Fuente de datos: ods
NOTE VERBALE DATED 2006/03/02 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE KYRGYZ REPUBLIC TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
Paragraph 84 The Kyrgyz judiciary shares the view put forward in the report that judicial candidates must have a high level of relevant professional experience, and candidates for judicial positions in the highest-ranking courts should be required to have a prior judicial experience. Accordingly, the Kyrgyz Supreme Court has proposed amending and supplementing the Constitution to ensure that prospective appointees to the Supreme Court have 10 years’ legal experience, of which at least 5 years must have been spent working in the courts. (...) The aim of the project is to formulate specific proposals to ensure effective access to justice and further develop the institution of the bar in the Kyrgyz Republic.
Idioma:Español
Puntuación: 1432828.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=E/CN.4/2006/G/9&Lang=S
Fuente de datos: ods
REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, ITS CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES, RASHIDA MANJOO :ADDENDUM
Despite the payment of dowry, many women and girls find themselves forced into a life of servitude and experience repeated acts of harassment, intimidation, sexual abuse and violence by their husbands and other family members as part of demands for more dowry. 10. (...) Many victims of sexual violence carry a deep sense of shame, which is further exacerbated by the stigma and exclusion they experience, especially from family members and the community, and which may result in suicide. 13. (...) The stigma that is attached to women who are labelled a “witch”, and the rejection they experience within their communities, leads to various violations and is an obstacle to gaining access to justice.
Idioma:Español
Puntuación: 1432482.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/26/38/ADD.1&Lang=S
Fuente de datos: ods
PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT : INFORMATION / PRESENTED BY THE NETWORK OF AFRICAN NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTIONS ; NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
Of course, one could question whether national human rights institutions will prove effective with internally displaced persons. Their overall performance to date has often left a great deal to be desired. (...) Yet the few success stories do raise the possibility that NHRIs can emerge as effective institutions over a period of time with the support of the domestic and international human rights community. Experience with human rights institutions over the past decade also suggests that in this area of institutional reform one can never predict outcomes.
Idioma:Español
Puntuación: 1432304.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=A/HRC/13/NI/9&Lang=S
Fuente de datos: ods
LETTER DATED 2005/06/27 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF SAUDI ARABIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDFRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
During this conference, we will present our experience in dealing with terrorism, and we also look forward to benefiting from your experiences in this area. (...) This conference seeks to strengthen cooperation between states, elaborate clear views on this issue, and exchange experience and expertise in a bid to arrive at recommendations to serve the international community in combating the phenomenon of terrorism. (...) In addition, the Conference will explore the lessons learned from the experience of states in combating terrorism and the identification of terrorist organizations and their structures.
Idioma:Español
Puntuación: 1422242.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=S/2005/430&Lang=S
Fuente de datos: ods
NOTE VERBALE DATED 20 MAY 2020 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF GERMANY TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
OPINIONES DE LOS GRUPOS PRINCIPALES ORIGINALMENTE DESTINADAS A LA SERIE DE SESIONES DE ALTO NIVEL DEL FNUB 15 Y SU DECLARACIÓN MINISTERIAL 28 8 LISTA DE CUADROS Cuadro 1 Algunas decisiones anteriores de los grupos principales sobre la cuestión de asumir funciones más orientadas a la acción con respecto a los objetivos forestales mundiales y el plan estratégico de las Naciones Unidas sobre los bosques 2017-2030 (adaptado del informe de la reunión de los grupos principales celebrada en Bangkok en enero de 2019) 18 9 LISTA DE RECUADROS Recuadro 1: resumen de los objetivos de la reunión de la Iniciativa 10 Recuadro 2: presentaciones de participantes externos invitados 14 E/CN.18/2020/8 4/66 20-07608 Recuadro 3: Declaración de compromiso respecto de la acción en materia de bosques 24 Recuadro 4: medidas de los grupos principales y la sociedad civil para institucionalizar la participación en la gestión forestal sostenible 26 10 ANEXOS (en inglés) Annex 1: Agenda 31 Annex 2: List of participants 36 Annex 3: MG expectations from the MGI and highlights of their experiences in the past few years 39 (a) Tabulation of MG expectations and highlights of experience 39 (b) Bullet-point notes on each MGs observations on their MGI expectations and their experience 44 Annex 4: MGs and the Quadrennial Programme of Work of the UN Forum on Forests (4POW) for the Period 2021-2024 57 (a) Notes from Expert Group Meeting on the Quadrennial Programme of Work of the UN Forum on Forests (4POW) for the Period 2021-2024 (Geneva 14-15 November 2019) 57 (b) Highlights of individual MG emphasis in their contribution to the 2021-2024 4POW of the UNFF 58 Annex 5: Towards a Common Understanding of Cross-Sectoral Collaboration for Inclusive Forest Landscapes 63 Annex 6: Range of Perceptions by MG groups on importance of forests and on their roles and challenges in managing them 65 LISTA DE ACRÓNIMOS FNUB Foro de las Naciones Unidas sobre los Bosques FNUB 15 15º período de sesiones del Foro de las Naciones Unidas sobre los Bosques GP Grupo principal (de la sociedad, categoría creada en la Conferencia de las Naciones Unidas sobre el Medio Ambiente y el Desarrollo de 1992)1 ODS Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible ONG Organización no gubernamental __________________ 1 Según la Conferencia de las Naciones Unidas sobre el Medio Ambiente y el Desarrollo de 1992, tal como se indica en https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/aboutmajorgroups.html , los grupos principales son los siguientes : las mujeres, la infancia y la juventud, las poblaciones indígenas, los agricultores y los pequeños terratenientes, las organizaciones no gubernamentales, las autoridades locales, los trabajadores y los sindicatos, el comercio y la industria y la comunida d científica y tecnológica.
Idioma:Español
Puntuación: 1418954.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=E/CN.18/2020/8&Lang=S
Fuente de datos: ods