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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, ITS CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES, RADHIKA COOMARASWAMY, SUBMITTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS RESOLUTION 2000/45
The electric batons are used to shock the breasts and genitals of the female practitioners. (...) Her jailers reportedly used electric shock batons on her body and stomped on her feet. (...) She was allegedly beaten almost every day and shocked with electric batons, which left wounds all over her body.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 986820.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...DS=E/CN.4/2001/73/ADD.1&Lang=R
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VISIT TO SPAIN : REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON MINORITY ISSUES
For example, clear and objective assessments of the impact of the different educational models using immersion, bilingual or multilingual teaching that are implemented throughout Spain would be greatly beneficial to dispel inaccurate and unhelpful claims regarding the pedagogical impact of those models on academic performance generally and regarding competence in the national and co-official languages more specifically. (...) The Special Rapporteur was impressed by the Roma parents and activists he met in Seville, who were eloquent in expressing their firm belief in the importance of quality education for their children, by Roma women university graduates, who serve as powerful role models for future generations, by the committed teachers and other officials of the government of Andalusia working tirelessly towards a more inclusive society, and by others who emphasized how necessary it was to challenge and take steps to displace the negative stereotyping that kept dragging down members of the Roma community. 46. (...) The competence of autonomous communities in the fields of education, social services and other areas has led to the adoption of a variety of models and practices in the use of different languages in education and in access to public services, which reflect diverse contexts, populations and expectations. 51.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 984454.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/43/47/ADD.1&Lang=R
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SPECIAL SEGMENT : INTERACTIVE DIALOGUE SESSIONS : CONVENTION TO COMBAT DESERTIFICATION : DRAFT DECISION / SUBMITTED BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES
There is a need for higher- resolution and downscaled regional models, especially in context of adaptation strategies. (...) Many speakers called for better use of economic models and trading strategies, and reiterated that a cost benefit analysis report in the form of a\ “Stern Review” on drylands is much needed. (...) A cost benefit analysis report as well as economic models dealing with carbon accounting and trading strategies should be based on evidenced/based approaches and regional partnerships.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 981887.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=ICCD/COP(9)/L.14&Lang=R
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REPORT OF THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY TO THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
ОРГАНИЗАЦИЯ ОБЪЕДИНЕННЫХ НАЦИЙ РАМОЧНАЯ КОНВЕНЦИЯ ОБ ИЗМЕНЕНИИ КЛИМАТА Distr. GENERAL
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 981131.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=FCCC/CP/2009/9&Lang=R
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REGIONAL CENTRES FOR SPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION (AFFILIATED TO THE UNITED NATIONS) : CURRICULUM ON SATELLITE METEOROLOGY AND GLOBAL CLIMATE
Interpretation of general circulation model results 7. Study of model simulation results from CO2-doubling using general circulation models 8. (...) Verification of different model forecasts over Kazakhstan with the analysis and satellite data 16. (...) Emphasis on the validation of satellite data and their use in numerical models is being introduced in the third course.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 981113.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=A/AC.105/L.238&Lang=R
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PROGRESS ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF DECISION 1/CP.10 : DRAFT CONCLUSIONS / PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
[Invites relevant organizations and other stakeholders to participate in the implementation of the following activities, and to share the outcomes at subsequent sessions of the Subsidiary Body for Imple- mentation, as appropriate:] (a) [Financial resources [to]:] o [Address[ing] the need for additional, sufficient, predictable and sustainable re- sources to facilitate implementation of adaptation actions on the ground;] o [[Support developing countries, in particular the least developed countries and small island developing States, while] Addressing the need for equitable dis- bursement of financial support [to vulnerable countries];] Alternative operative paragraphs: o [Encourages developed country Parties to enhance efforts to improve informa- tion on accessing existing funds for adaptation, including for the implementation of priorities identified in national adaptation programmes of action, national communications and/or other relevant documents;] o [Requests Parties to continue to provide information on available support through, inter alia, the web-based interface on the UNFCCC website;] o [Encourages developed country Parties to continue efforts to enhance access to existing funds for adaptation, including by integrating adaptation into develop- ment cooperation programmes to the extent feasible, disseminating information on modalities for access, and building capacity for the preparation of project pro- posals and for project implementation;] o [Urges Parties included in Annex II to the Convention and relevant international and regional organizations to continue to provide financial and technical support for the implementation by Parties not included in Annex I to the Convention of activities related to addressing the adverse effects of climate change;] (b) [Vulnerability and adaptation assessments:] o [Facilitating the sharing of information and knowledge of best practices and les- sons learned from results of vulnerability and adaptation assessments;] FCCC/SBI/2010/L.7 page 4 alt [Implement actions as a result of South–South information sharing;] o [[Enhancing] activities related to vulnerability and adaptation assessments, in- cluding developing regional climate models, collecting socio-economic data and scenarios, developing relevant tools, promoting and increasing capacity for inte- grated assessments, encouraging the use of multidisciplinary teams, and enhanc- ing targeted packaging and dissemination of climate data and the results of vul- nerability and adaptation assessments;] o [Inviting the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to consider, without prejudice to its ongoing and planned work, preparing a special report on the im- plications of the adverse effects of climate change on vulnerable regions;] Alternative operative paragraphs: o [Encourages Parties to facilitate the sharing of information and knowledge of best practices and lessons learned from results of vulnerability and adaptation as- sessments;] o [Further encourages Parties to enhance efforts to raise awareness and build ca- pacity at the local, national and regional levels to enable planning and prepara- tion for and responses to adaptation, inter alia, to improve the understanding of effective adaptation;] o [Calls on Parties, relevant organizations and stakeholders to enhance activities related to vulnerability and adaptation assessments, including developing re- gional climate models, collecting socio-economic data and scenarios, developing relevant tools, promoting and increasing capacity for integrated assessments, en- couraging the use of multidisciplinary teams, and enhancing targeted packaging and dissemination of climate data and the results of vulnerability and adaptation assessments;] (c) [Adaptation planning and implementation:] o [Providing support for implementation strategies for action plans arising from adaptation assessments, and integrating these into local, sectoral and national de- velopment policies and plans;] alt [Support implementation strategies for action plans arising from adaptation as- sessments; Integrate the implementation strategies into local, sectoral and national develop- ment policies and plans;] o [Develop a ‘NAPA-like’ process to meet the urgent and immediate needs of de- veloping countries not afforded the opportunity under the least developed coun- tries work programme;] o [Ensure that adaptation projects identified through national adaptation pro- grammes of action and ‘NAPA-like’ processes are implemented;] FCCC/SBI/2010/L.7 page 5 o [Support the implementation of adaptation at local, sectoral, national and re- gional levels;] Alternative operative paragraphs: o [Reiterates that action related to adaptation to the adverse effects of climate change should follow an assessment and evaluation process, based on national communications and/or other relevant information, so as to prevent maladapta- tion and to ensure that adaptation actions are environmentally sound and will produce real benefits in support of sustainable development;] o [Urges developing country Parties to enhance national planning for adaptation, including by integrating adaptation into the planning process, disseminating in- formation on, and building upon, lessons learned from the national adaptation programmes of action process, and drawing upon information in national com- munications from Parties and other relevant documents;] o [Further encourages developing country Parties to continue to document their adaptation priorities and needs in relevant national documents and strategies, as appropriate;] o [Encourages developed country Parties to continue providing support for imple- mentation strategies for action plans arising from adaptation assessments, and to integrate these into local, sectoral and national development policies and plans;] (d) [Risk management and risk reduction:] o [[Facilitating the] sharing of information and knowledge of best practices and lessons learned in relation to risk management and risk reduction approaches, and new approaches to risk sharing and risk transfer [, including insurance];] Alternative operative paragraphs: o [Urges Parties to enhance efforts to facilitate the sharing of information and knowledge of best practices and lessons learned in relation to risk management and risk reduction approaches, and new approaches to risk sharing and risk trans- fer [, including insurance];] o [Urges all Parties to promote risk management approaches and other appropriate responses to the adverse effects of climate change, building upon the practical experience of international, regional and national organizations and the private sector, including by disseminating information on best practices and lessons learned;] (e) [Regional collaboration:] o [[Providing resources for] Establish[ing] and/or enhanc[e][ing] the capacity of regional centres to support national-level adaptation activities in the areas of ac- cess to and dissemination of knowledge, technical support and capacity- building;] o [[Promoting] regional and interregional cooperation [and coordination] on all as- pects of adaptation;] FCCC/SBI/2010/L.7 page 6 o [Regional cooperation on adaptation and opportunities for further South–South and North–South cooperation between countries and regional centres specialized in adaptation planning and implementation;] Alternative operative paragraphs: o [Invites Parties to strengthen the engagement of relevant actors and organizations and to promote synergies between relevant processes and the work of interna- tional and regional organizations and the private sector;] o [Invites relevant organizations, institutions, experts and communities to partici- pate in the implementation of activities identified in this decision;] o [Urges relevant organizations, institutions, experts and communities to undertake their own activities, and share the outcomes at agreed sessions of the Subsidiary Body for Implementation, as appropriate;] (f) [Capacity-building, education, training and public awareness:] o [Organizing regional training workshops, [subject to the availability of re- sources,] aimed at enhancing the capacity of developing country Parties to im- plement adaptation;] o [[Promoting] activities relating to capacity-building, education, training and pub- lic awareness, taking into consideration the outcomes of the above-mentioned workshops;] [(g) Transfer of technology for adaptation: o Identify and analyse priority technology needs for adaptation; o Undertake assessments of country-specific technology needs for adaptation; o Promote joint research and development programmes; o Identify barriers to technology transfer, and measures to address these barriers, including through sectoral analysis; o Support access to technology to address needs of developing countries regarding adaptation measures;] (h) [Sharing of information and knowledge;] (i) [Systematic observation:] o [[Providing] support for activities aimed at strengthening national and local net- works in areas of systematic observation and the rescue, archiving, analysis and dissemination of data at the national and regional levels;] Alternative operative paragraphs: o [Encourages Parties to continue to support activities aimed at strengthening na- tional and local networks in areas of systematic observation and the rescue, ar- chiving, analysis and dissemination of data at the national and regional levels;] FCCC/SBI/2010/L.7 page 7 o [Invites Parties and relevant international, regional and national organizations to collaborate and enhance their efforts to build the institutional capacities to col- lect, process and analyse relevant data in order to carry out vulnerability and ad- aptation assessments;] 8. (...) FCCC/SBI/2010/L.7 page 8 o Identifying means by which to engage the private sector in the development of alternative risk transfer mechanisms; (b) [Modelling:] o Disseminating modelling tools and models to Parties not included in Annex I to the Convention, and ensuring increased collaboration on modelling activities on an ongoing basis; o Developing methodologies to assist developing countries in assessing vulnerabil- ity to the impact of the implementation of response measures; o Developing draft guidance documents on how to undertake socio-economic as- sessments of the impact of the implementation of the response measures to be pi- loted in selected countries as a basis for detailed and comprehensive guidance; o Developing, in collaboration with international organizations, methodologies to assess the impacts on developing countries of policies already implemented by Parties included in Annex I to the Convention; o Collaborating with the scientific research community, including the Intergov- ernmental Panel on Climate Change, to improve the quality of models, in particu- lar those that assess the impact of the implementation of response measures on developing countries, with a view to fully addressing this issue in the future work of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change; o Building capacity at the national level to model the impact of the implementation of response measures; (c) [Economic diversification:] o Providing support for the integration of economic diversification into sustainable development strategies; o Exchanging experiences in economic diversification, and lessons learned, with a view to identifying what technical assistance may be needed to develop structural and institutional capacity, and/or to establishing a mechanism to facilitate efforts to achieve economic diversification; o Collaboration by the secretariat with relevant international organizations and the private sector in developed countries on matters relating to economic diversifica- tion; o Building capacity, at the national level, in the area of economic diversification; o Promoting private–public partnerships in various areas to support economic di- versification; o Providing recommendations for encouraging direct investment by and technol- ogy transfer from developed countries to assist in the economic diversification of developing countries; o Addressing the extent to which trade and export barriers affect economic diversi- fication in developing countries; FCCC/SBI/2010/L.7 page 9 14.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 977463.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=FCCC/SBI/2010/L.7&Lang=R
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UPDATING ESTIMATES AT THE MUNICIPAL LEVEL USING POPULATION CENSUSES AND SAMPLE SURVEYS (COLOMBIA)
., & Pérez, A. (2016) Area‐level Spatio‐temporal Small Area Estimation Models. Analysis of Poverty Data by Small Area Estimation, 205–226. (...) Empirical best prediction under unit-level logit mixed models. Journal of official statistics, 32(3), 661–692.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 972609.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...S=ECE/CES/GE.41/2018/11&Lang=R
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OPINIONS ADOPTED BY THE WORKING GROUP ON ARBITRARY DETENTION AT ITS 87TH SESSION, 27 APRIL-1 MAY 2020 :OPINION NO. 5/2020 CONCERNING ALI ISA ALI AL-TAJER AND 19 OTHERS (BAHRAIN)
GE.20-07647 (R) 080920 150920  Совет по правам человека Рабочая группа по произвольным задержаниям
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 966767 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/WGAD/2020/5&Lang=R
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21 August 20
EC, US government EU, USA Renewables, climate change models and projections, carbon sequestration Action Plan on Science and Technology for Sustainable Development Plurilateral Co-operative scientific research on transformational technologies.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 965978.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...FCCC/SBSTA/2006/MISC.10&Lang=R
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LETTER DATED 1 NOVEMBER 2016 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF AZERBAIJAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
.: General 17 November 2016 Russian Original: English A/HRC/34/G/1 2 GE.16-20352 Annex to the letter dated 1 November 2016 from the Permanent Representative of Azerbaijan to the United Nations Office at Geneva addressed to the President of the Human Rights Council Declaration of the V Baku International Humanitarian Forum We, politicians, scholars and representatives of international organizations, culture, civil society and the mass media, who took part in the V Baku International Humanitarian Forum held in Baku, capital of the Republic of Azerbaijan, on 29 to 30 September 2016, Guided by the United Nations Millennium Declaration and taking into account the Resolution of the UN General Assembly of 25 September 2015 on sustainable development until 2030 and the Paris Agreement on climate change of 12 December 2015; Noting that progress has been made in achieving the goals set out in the Millennium Declaration; Highly commending the substantial shifts achieved in recent years in the resolution of many humanitarian problems, in particular in access to education, health care and information and communication technology, in overcoming the “digital divide” and shaping a knowledge-based society; Declaring our commitment to the new broad, ambitious, universal 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and noting the importance of maintaining and increasing human capital; Acknowledging the fundamental significance of human dignity and the principles of the supremacy of the law, justice, equality and respect for racial, ethnic and cultural diversity and considering the increase in human capital the main prerequisite for the achievement of the millennium goals; Calling on everyone to mobilize efforts to achieve the 17 sustainable development goals and to persevere in hitting the 169 targets set for humanity; Considering that there can be no sustainable development without peace and no peace without sustainable development, and calling all countries and peoples to a prompt and fair resolution of the current conflicts in the world; Agreeing with the need for balance in achieving the economic, social, ecological and other components of sustainable development; Realizing that for many countries immense problems requiring the creation of different short-term and long-term programmes still stand on the path of sustainable development; Vigorously condemning escalating conflicts, militant extremism, terrorism and the related humanitarian crises and the forced displacement of people; Noting that despite all attempts to achieve effective intercultural, inte rfaith and inter-civilizational dialogue, manifestations of xenophobia, racism, intolerance and ignorance of the achievements and potential of the policy of multiculturalism remain potent around the world; Expressing our commitment to the policy of gender equality and ensuring the rights of people in vulnerable situations; A/HRC/34/G/1 GE.16-20352 3 Highlighting the fact that the rights of ecological civilization can be affirmed only by taking into account the fundamental principles of humanitarian ethics and with the full mobilization of intellectual, cultural and social potential; Taking into account the huge role of the mass media and information technology in developing humanitarian cooperation; Wishing to mobilize efforts for the reliable preservation of our planet and its natural resources and for ensuring development and the use of technology, taking into consideration climate factors and the need to preserve biodiversity; Recalling that in conditions of globalization the search by the scientific community for appropriate responses to the challenges of the 21st century, the convergence of sciences, innovative technology and biotechnology throw up a wide spectrum of philosophical and ethical problems; Having examined in the course of discussions and broad exchanges of views such aspects of global humanitarian problems as: • different models of multiculturalism: from theory to humanitarian practice • the importance of preserving the human capital in conditions of mass migration as a basis for sustainable development (...) We state that the work of the V Baku International Humanitarian Forum was extremely fruitful and, undoubtedly, made a worthy contribution to the expansion and further development of international humanitarian cooperation; We think that investment in human capital alone is the most important prerequisite in finding effective responses to contemporary challenges, just as it contributes to the improvement of managerial, production, scientific and information and communication technology directed at improving quality of life; We note that the Baku International Multiculturalism Centre, founded on the initiative of the Republic of Azerbaijan, makes an important contribution to the development of the theory and practice of multiculturalism; We attest that significant success has been achieved in Azerbaijan in maintaining and increasing human capital overall, and also amongst such vulnerable groups of the population as refugees and forced migrants, for the effective use of this factor in achieving the goals of sustainable development; We acknowledge that the key humanitarian components of sustainable development are the development of human capital through the integration of cutting edge knowledge and skills, including interdisciplinary ones, in a programme of continuing education and also the expansion of cooperation in this field; We note the ever-growing role of information technology and the mass media in achieving the goals of organizing effective inter-civilizational, intercultural and interfaith dialogue; A/HRC/34/G/1 4 GE.16-20352 We pay special attention to the need to shape ideas of ecological civilization and encourage different movements in support of the introduction of rational models of consumption and production, an attitude of care towards natural resources and awareness of the need to take action on climate change; We understand the importance of a comprehensive exchange of views in interdisciplinary areas among different representatives of the scientific community, including among scholars from the natural and humanitarian sciences, and highly appreciate their efforts in the sphere of the convergence of modern and traditional technology to ensure appropriate responses to the challenges of the 21st century; We call on all international and national structures specializing in humanitarian cooperation to hold regular forums, conferences and round tables aimed at fostering an atmosphere of tolerance and mutual respect and at meeting contemporary global and local challenges; We note the need for this kind of forum to be held once in two years and express our deep gratitude to the President and government of the Republic of Azerbaijan, the Heydar Aliyev Foundation and all the organizers of the V Baku International Humanitarian Forum for creating the conditions for a productive exchange of opinions and elaboration of a common vision of the problem; We consider necessary the adoption of this declaration and its use in reinforcing cooperation in the humanitarian sphere.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 955021.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=A/HRC/34/G/1&Lang=R
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