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Microsoft PowerPoint - 02182021.Results framework.pptx • Draft PMNCH May 2021 Board Meeting Agenda Objectives Action required by the PMNCH Executive Committee Document Title: EC 02-2021; 04, Draft May 2021 Board meeting objectives and agenda Actions Required: Approve draft objectives and agenda for next Board meeting planned to take place 19-20 May 2021  Provide a status of the COVID-19 situation incl. how well countries have responded to the pandemic. Focus on financing for equity in the COVID pandemic.  Provide an update from the commitment makers (in December 2020), and in particular the five campaign partner countries and understand what is needed from PMNCH constituencies / partners for their implementa-on.  Identify ways in which PMNCH can increase COVID-19 Call to Action Commitments (especially given status of country COVID-19 responses) and the special role of each cons-tuency in this endeavor. Building our common knowledge base regarding financing for equity especially in the COVID-19 pandemic, using this for our collec-ve advocacy.
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REPORT OF THE PANEL ON TROPICAL CYCLONES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
E1226e UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL GENERAL E/ESCAP/1226 10 April 2001 ORIGINAL: ENGLISH ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMISSION FOR ASIA AND THE PACIFIC Fifty-seventh session 19-25 April 2001 Bangkok REPORTS OF REGIONAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL BODIES (Item 10 of the provisional agenda) REPORT OF THE PANEL ON TROPICAL CYCLONES Note by the secretariat The Executive Secretary transmits the report of the Panel on Tropical Cyclones, as submitted, for the information of the Commission. (...) Pakistan reported that efforts were underway, both in national and provincial levels, to undertake disaster awareness programs which was endeavored to result to a more well-coordinated and effective disaster prevention and preparedness strategy. (...) The Panel Members were urged to endeavor to participate in the fifth WMO International Workshop on Tropical Cyclones (IWTC-V) which would be held in Cairns, Australia in early 2002. 6.
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Regrettably, Iranian authorities still do not grant him a visit to Iran and have turned a blind eye to his endeavors as well as that of other UN thematic Rapporteurs. (...) There has been a dramatic spike in public executions in Iran. Over 55 public executions, mainly for drug-related offences and rape, were carried out in 2012, up from 40 in 2011. These include the execution in public of five persons accused of rape, on 27 December 2012, in Yasuj.22 The executions reportedly usually took place in the early hours of the morning and were often attended by large crowds including minors and relatives of the condemned.
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ARMENIA, AZERBAIJAN, BANGLADESH, BELARUS, NICARAGUA, RUSSIAN FEDERATION AND VIETNAM : REVISED DRAFT RESOLUTION : SUPPORTING THE INTERNATIONAL NARCOTICS CONTROL BOARD IN FULFILLING ITS TREATY-MANDATED FUNCTIONS IN COOPERATION WITH MEMBER STATES, AND IN COLLABORATION WITH THE CND AND THE WHO
E/CN.7/2019/L.3/Rev.1 V.19-01914 2/4 mutually reinforcing, balanced, scientific evidence-based and comprehensive approach, Recalling with satisfaction that the three drug control conventions are among the most widely ratified legally binding international instruments, benefiting from near-universal accession, which allow for sufficient flexibility for States parties to design and implement national drug policies according to their priorities and needs, consistent with the principle of common and shared responsibility and applicable international law Welcoming the efforts of Parties to implement and non-parties to apply the three international drug control conventions, recognizing that adherence by all States is essential to the functioning of the international drug control system Recalling that the Members of the Board shall be persons who, by their competence, impartiality and disinterestedness, will command general confidence and during their term of office they shall not hold any position or engage in any activity which would be liable to impair their impartiality in the exercise of their functions and the ECOSOC shall, in consultation with the Board, make all arrangements necessary to ensure the full technical independence of the Board in carrying out its functions, Recalling also that ECOSOC, with due regard to the principle of equitable geographical representation, shall give consideration to the importance of including on the Board, in equitable proportion, persons possessing a knowledge of the drug situation in the producing, manufacturing, and consuming countries, and connected with such countries, Recalling that the Board, in co-operation with governments, and subject to the terms of the Single Convention of 1961, shall endeavor to limit the cultivation, production, manufacture and use of drugs to an adequate amount required for medical and scientific purposes, to ensure the availability for such purposes and to prevent illicit cultivation, production and manufacture of, and illicit trafficking in and use of, drugs, Recalling that all measures taken by the Board under the Single Convention of 1961 shall be those most consistent with the intent to further co -operation of governments with the Board and to provide the mechanism for a continuing dialogue between governments and the Board, which will lend assistance to and facilitate effective national action to attain the aims of this Convention, Recalling further that Article 14 of the Single Convention and Article 19 of the Convention on Psychotropic Substances set out measures by the Board to ensure the execution of the provisions of these Conventions, and Article 22 of the 1988 Convention against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances set out the functions of the Board under that Convention; and noting with appreciation the efforts of the INCB to assist Member States in achieving and protecting the aims of the Conventions Recalling also that the Conventions are respectful of the constitutional, legal and administrative systems of the Parties, in particular with regard to penal provisions, measures to be taken by Parties to prevent and counter illicit traffic in controlled substances, , establishment of national agencies to oversee cultivation of controlled substances, establishment of regional centers for scientific research and education as well as provisions regarding prohibition of advertising of psychotropic substances to general public; Recalling that in the Ministerial Declaration adopted in 2019 in Vienna, Member States noted with concern inter alia persistent and emerging challenges related to the world drug problem, including responses not in conformity with the three international drug control conventions and not in conformity with applicable international human rights obligations, which pose a challenge to the implementation of joint commitments based on the principle of common and shared responsibility E/CN.7/2019/L.3/Rev.1 3/4 V.19-01914 Also noting with concern that the availability of internationally controlled drugs for medical and scientific purposes, including for the relief of pain and suffering, remains low to non-existent in many countries, and highlighting the need to enhance national efforts and international cooperation at all levels to address that situation by promoting measures to ensure their availability and accessibility and address existing barriers in this regard including affordability for medical and scientific purposes, within the framework of national legal systems, while simultaneously preventing their diversion, abuse and trafficking, in order to fulfil the aims and objectives of the three international drug control conventions and recognizing the important role of INCB in this regard, Acknowledging the important treaty-mandated role of the International Narcotics Control Board, as an independent body responsible for monitoring the control of substances pursuant to the three international drug control conventions and assisting Member States in their efforts to implement those conventions implementation Acknowledging also the important treaty-mandated functions entrusted to the Commission, including to amend the Schedules, to call the attention of the INCB to any matters which may be relevant to the functions of the Board, to make recommendations for the implementation of the aims and provisions of the conventions and to draw the attention of non-parties to the conventions to its decisions and recommendations; Underscoring the treaty-mandated functions of the WHO, provides medical and scientific findings and assessments and recommendations to the Commission on Narcotic Drugs on scope of control of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances and recognizing the importance of dialogue between the WHO and the INCB including as appropriate the Expert Committee on drug dependence, with due regard to their independence, within its competence related to the conventions, inter alia on the accessibility and availability of controlled substances for medical and scientific purposes 1. (...) Also invites the Board to continue its endeavors, in cooperation with Member States, UNODC and WHO to ensure the availability of and access to controlled substances for medical and scientific purposes while preventing their diversion. 11.
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PROPOSAL FROM TURKEY TO AMEND THE LIST OF PARTIES INCLUDED IN ANNEX I TO THE CONVENTION. NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
.: General 7 October 2019 English only FCCC/CP/2019/INF.3 2 Note Verbale dated 29 May 2019 from the Republic of Turkey to the Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change proposing an amendment to Annex I to the Convention. 2019/36481099-Berlin BE/23477658 The Embassy of the Republic of Turkey in Germany presents its compliments to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Secretariat and has the honour to convey the proposal to amend the list in Annex I to the Convention by deleting the name of “Turkey”, according to the relevant articles of the Convention and the Rules of Procedure of the Conference of the Paris and its Subsidiary Bodies and kindly requests the Secretariat, in agreement with the President, to communicate Turkey’s proposal to the Parties, to the signatories to the Convention, and for information, to the Depositary. (...) In this respect, combatting climate change and its adverse effects require a global endeavor and cooperation. FCCC/CP/2019/INF.3 6  As a developing country with negligible historical responsibility (1%) in greenhouse gas emissions, Turkey endeavors to tackle climate change with her limited resources
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The AFP encourages the participation of women from its ranks in training endeavors and conferences on such issues in the national and international arena. (...) Local government officials are also encouraged to be involved in this endeavor. Tapping the media may also be enhanced to solicit support from the general public and promote the pivotal role of women in capacity building and their effort to investigate and prosecute firearms trafficking. 1 “Philippine National Police Reform and Reorganization Act of 1998” 2 Section 58 - Prioritization of Women for Recruitment 3 Section 57 – Creation and Functions UNGA Resolution 72/42: “Measures to prevent terrorists from acquiring weapons of mass destruction” On 13 November 2015, Republic Act No. 10697, “An Act Preventing the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction by Managing the Trade in Strategic goods, the Provision of Related Services, and for Other Purposes” otherwise known as the Strategic Trade Management Act (STMA), was signed and enacted into law. (...) In relation to this, the Department of Trade and Industry – Strategic Trade Management Office (DTI-STMO), a bureau under the administrative supervision of the DTI, was designated as the executive and technical arm for the establishment of management systems for the trade in strategic goods pursuant to STMA.
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Vesak Day 2016 | United Nations Office at Nairobi Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español United Nations Office at Nairobi Search form Search Toggle navigation Home Who we are Who we are Office of the Director-General Administrative services Conference Services Security and Safety UN Information Centre UN Agencies in Nairobi UN Resident Coordinator in Kenya Visitors Service News and Media News and Media Multimedia Speeches Videos Home Vesak Day 2016 Vesak Day 2016 unon_dg_remarks_on_vesak_day_2016.docx Your Honor, Judge Vinod Boolell, President of the United Nations Dispute Tribunal, Your Honors, the Judges of the United Nations Dispute Tribunal in Nairobi, New York and Geneva, Ms. Linda Taylor, Executive Director, Office of the Administration of Justice, Principal Registrar and Registrars of the Nairobi, New York and Geneva registries, UN Colleagues, Ladies and Gentlemen, Welcome to the United Nations Office at Nairobi. (...) As the Director-General of UNON, I wish to assure you of my full support to the UNDT in its endeavor to carry out its mandate. I myself have had the “pleasure” of being summoned to appear before the UNDT. (...) I wish all three of you all the best in your future endeavors. [We will have more to say about the three departing judges later].
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Vesak Day 2016 | United Nations Office at Nairobi Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español United Nations Office at Nairobi Search form Search Toggle navigation Home Who we are Who we are Office of the Director-General Administrative services Conference Services Security and Safety UN Information Centre UN Agencies in Nairobi UN Resident Coordinator in Kenya Visitors Service News and Media News and Media Multimedia Speeches Videos Home Vesak Day 2016 Vesak Day 2016 unon_dg_remarks_on_vesak_day_2016.docx Your Honor, Judge Vinod Boolell, President of the United Nations Dispute Tribunal, Your Honors, the Judges of the United Nations Dispute Tribunal in Nairobi, New York and Geneva, Ms. Linda Taylor, Executive Director, Office of the Administration of Justice, Principal Registrar and Registrars of the Nairobi, New York and Geneva registries, UN Colleagues, Ladies and Gentlemen, Welcome to the United Nations Office at Nairobi. (...) As the Director-General of UNON, I wish to assure you of my full support to the UNDT in its endeavor to carry out its mandate. I myself have had the “pleasure” of being summoned to appear before the UNDT. (...) I wish all three of you all the best in your future endeavors. [We will have more to say about the three departing judges later].
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Mercer’s time to be dedicated to this important endeavor if she is elected as a Board member. I personally have known Dr. (...) Sincerely, Stephen Gloyd, MD, MPH Executive Director
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In the context of Austria's endeavors to contribute to the emerging human security network, human rights education is our special focus.   (...) I am pleased to report that endeavors are ongoing in Vienna to enhance the gender break-down in Vienna-based agencies. (...) Countries of comparable profile could give each other feed-back on a voluntary basis on implementation measures and encourage each other to intensify their endeavors to promote equality, development and peace.
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