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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS, ESPECIALLY WOMEN AND CHILDREN, JOY NGOZI EZEILO : ADDENDUM
Session 6: New strategies for supply chain and consumer engagement 18. Discussions held during session 6 focused on new strategies for supply chain engagement and the role of consumers in that this field. (...) Next steps in supply chain engagement 20. During the last session of the consultation, participants looked at the next steps in supply chain engagement and considered the question: “Where do we go from here?” (...) This will include themes of supplier engagement; addressing risks linked to labour brokers; industry and multi-stakeholder engagement, e.g.
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得分: 1027853.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/23/48/ADD.4&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON THE ISSUE OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS AND OTHER BUSINESS ENTERPRISES : ADDENDUM
The representative of Vale highlighted that the mode of engagement of Human Rights Watch had been key in enabling a constructive relationship. (...) Issues and lessons highlighted from engagement through that initiative included: • It is not just about the relationship between Oxfam and the brands. (...) Commenting on the effectiveness of the model for engagement, the representative of IndustriALL observed that local trade unions need to be involved.
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得分: 1022692.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/29/28/ADD.3&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON THE ISSUE OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS AND OTHER BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, JOHN RUGGIE :ADDENDUM
Physical security for the project ..................................................................... 43–46 16 G. Community engagement................................................................................. 47–51 18 H. (...) • Prevention and mitigation plans should be developed by including information and insight gained through community engagement efforts with those who may be adversely impacted. (...) • The parties have agreed that community engagement plans will include engagement with local individuals and communities on issues related to security (see Principle 7).
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得分: 1010114.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/17/31/ADD.3&Lang=C
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LETTER RECEIVED ON 22 JUNE 2021 FROM THE CHARGÉ D’AFFAIRES OF THE PERMANENT MISSION OF ERITREA TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
Eritrea again declares that it does not have any Djiboutian POWs in its custody at present. IV. Engagement and International Cooperation The Principles of Engagement 48. (...) Eritrea’s engagement and Cooperation with the ACHPR 58. Eritrea is continuously engaged with the ACHPR. (...) Accordingly, it emphasizes dignified engagement and cooperation based on genuine partnership.
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得分: 1002144.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=A/HRC/47/G/19&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON THE ISSUE OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS AND OTHER BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, JOHN RUGGIE : ADDENDUM
Transparency. ................................................................................................. 53–57 18 G. Dialogue and engagement. ............................................................................. 58–70 19 H. (...) It is also important to note that while operational-level grievance mechanisms can be important complements to wider stakeholder engagement and collective bargaining processes, they cannot, and should not, be used to substitute for either. (...) But other factors – including other effectiveness criteria discussed in this report, not least, transparency, dialogue and engagement – may be equally, or more, important. Understanding what engenders trust, and building that trust, requires engagement with the affected stakeholders.
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得分: 987933.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/17/31/ADD.1&Lang=C
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LETTER DATED 20 MAY 2021 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF BELGIUM TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
This includes follow up and engagement on Working Group conclusions to urge implementation of recommendations by affected governments and local stakeholders, both virtually and through the resumption of SCWG-CAAC field visits, when such travel becomes possible once again. (...) Third, upholding the CAAC mandate requires transparency and engagement with all relevant actors, including civil society, UNICEF, DPO, the UN Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs (DPPA), and the OSRSG-CAAC. (...) In counterterrorism contexts, child protection staff may also face political opposition to their engagement with armed groups designated as terrorist for the purposes of ending and preventing violations. 18.
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得分: 987861.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/75/896&Lang=C
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REPORT ON THE SECOND INDEPENDENT REVIEW OF THE EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CLIMATE TECHNOLOGY CENTRE AND NETWORK
Indicator of the second PoW: Anticipated number of technologies identified, transferred or deployed as a result of CTCN support e) To what extent did CTCN activities support collaboration and engagement of stakeholders? To what extent did the CTCN support countries: a. at local level: better collaboration and engagement with relevant stakeholders, including local communities and authorities, national planners, the private sector and civil society organizations in the planning and implementation of Technology Mechanism activities? better engagement between NDEs and relevant stakeholders, including by providing guidance and information? (...) Targets of the second PoW: 1. 2-3 facilitated or enabled South-South collaborations per year 2. 4-5 facilitated or enabled RD&D collaborations per year f) To what extent did CTCN activities support engagement and partnership with the private sector?
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得分: 982163.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=FCCC/CP/2021/3&Lang=C
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UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW : INFORMATION PRESENTED BY THE HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION OF MALAYSIA (SUHAKAM) : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
They include: • Establishment of an Internal UPR Follow-up and Monitoring Committee comprising focal officers of various Working Groups/Divisions within the Commission; • Awareness raising on the importance of UPR mechanism and Malaysia’s obligations under the international human rights mechanism; • Engagement with Government agencies and other stakeholders through consultation meetings and briefing sessions; • Promotion of the integrated monitoring system by the Government • Capacity building programmes; • Sharing of best practices and contribution in UPR-related training materials; and • Engagement with regional and international human rights bodies through information exchange and delivery of statements. (...) This will require the Government to ensure appropriate programmes, sufficient resources and necessary engagement with all stakeholders in reaching its goals. 4.3 The Commission is pleased to note the positive progress spearheaded by BHEUU in its preparatory stage of the NHRAP. (...) In this regard, the Commission wishes to accord its appreciation to the OHCHR, the ICC and Asia Pacific Forum of NHRIs (APF) for their support and assistance rendered to the Commission in enhancing its engagement with regional and international human rights systems, particularly in the UPR process.
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得分: 981800.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=A/HRC/18/NI/1&Lang=C
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LETTER DATED 19 APRIL 2017 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF LIECHTENSTEIN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
There was a general consensus among participants that engagement with such actors on the adoption and implementation of action plans was crucial. (...) Self-defence groups posed particular challenges as they were based within the communities, and children tended to move freely within and among them. Third, access for engagement might not be possible owing to logistical or security restrictions, or there might be legal prohibitions against such engagement. (...) Participants also discussed positive examples, wherein conditions had been created for engagement with armed non-State actors. A first example showed how engagement with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia had been achieved A/71/882 S/2017/345 17-06650 (C) 4/8 within the framework of an ongoing, comprehensive peace process with the Government.
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得分: 977050.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/71/882&Lang=C
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PROGRAMME BUDGET FOR THE BIENNIUM 2022-2023. PROPOSAL BY THE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
FCCC/SBI/2021/4 GE.21-05567 25 Annex II Description of long-term, recurring activities (category 2) to be funded from the supplementary budget under the zero real growth and zero nominal growth scenarios [English only] Resource requirements for 2022–2023 Objective, division and activity EUR P staff GS staff Intergovernmental engagement 4 063 000 4.5 4.3 Intergovernmental Support and Collective Progress: enhanced coordination and operational support for Presidency teams 908 000 2 2 Operations Coordination: continued development and further enhancement of the Digital Platform for Climate Change Events 1 859 000 – 1 Legal Affairs: enhanced legal support for presiding officers 500 000 1.5 0.3 Communication and Engagement: oversee and manage mandated activities relating to observer engagement, high-level engagement on climate action, Marrakech Partnership, gender, ACE and other stakeholder engagement activities 796 000 1 1 Intergovernmental processes 9 405 000 13.6 1.4 Adaptation: support for one NWP Focal Point Forum and one NAP Expo and for synthesizing adaptation information for the global stocktake 460 000 – – Mitigation: support for activities relating to the impact of the implementation of response measures and workshops on LT-LEDS 971 000 2.4 0.1 Transparency: support for the MRV and ETF review process (22 review reports of NC8s and BR5s; 21 multilateral assessment summary reports; 40 technical analysis reports on biennial update reports; 40 records on the facilitative sharing of views; 20 reports on the technical analysis of REDD+ results; 15 REDD+ forest reference level technical assessment reports; 44 assessment and review reports on GHG inventories; 35 true-up period review reports; five review reports of biennial transparency reports; one compilation and synthesis report of BR5s; travel and logistics for one annual meeting of lead reviewers of BRs and NCs and for one annual meeting of lead reviewers of GHG inventories; operating costs for developing, implementing and supporting the new training programmes for experts under the ETF) 6 847 000 9.2 1.3 Communication and Engagement: mandated climate action events at COP and annual updates and highlights of thematic and sectoral climate action through events, interviews and publications 1 127 000 2 – Constituted bodies 4 617 000 10.3 2.1 Adaptation: support for travel and logistics for one meeting each of four constituted bodies (the AC, the FWG, the LEG and the WIM Executive Committee) and for one Adaptation Forum by the AC 238 000 – – Mitigation: support for recurring activities in the workplan of the KCI and contingency for any institutional arrangements related to Article 6 of the Paris Agreement 3 034 000 8.6 1.5 Means of Implementation: support for travel and logistics for one meeting each of the SCF and the TEC and for two workshops/thematic dialogues of the TEC 189 000 – – Transparency: support for travel and logistics for one meeting of the CGE and for technical guidance tools and knowledge products on the ETF under the work programme of the CGE 566 000 0.7 0.6 Legal Affairs: support for the full extent of short-term activities of the compliance committees under the Kyoto Protocol and the Paris Agreement 590 000 1 – Enhanced engagement 1 091 000 2.5 0.3 Mitigation: engaging stakeholders through capacity-building to enhance regional action towards the implementation of the Paris Agreement 303 000 0.9 0.1 Transparency: organize and conduct the technical reviews of biennial transparency reports under the ETF 376 000 0.6 0.2 Communication and Engagement: conduct digital communication campaigns for promoting achievements in the UNFCCC process 412 000 1 – Oversight and management 434 000 1 0.4 Legal Affairs: provision of institutional legal review and advice with respect to all activities and operations of the secretariat 434 000 1 0.4 FCCC/SBI/2021/4 26 GE.21-05567 Resource requirements for 2022–2023 Objective, division and activity EUR P staff GS staff Cross-cutting (projects supporting multiple objectives) 1 275 000 2 1 Communication and Engagement: facilitating and supporting implementation of established processes and work related to ACE and gender 1 275 000 2 1 Total (including programme support costs) 20 885 000 33.9 9.5 FCCC/SBI/2021/4 GE.21-05567 27 Annex III Differences between the appropriations in the approved core budget for 2020–2021, the reallocated core budget for 2020– 2021 and the proposed budget for 2022–2023 under the zero real growth and zero nominal growth scenarios [English only] 1. (...) The transfers include moving support for research and systematic observation from the Adaptation division to the cross-cutting Intergovernmental Support and Collective Progress division to ensure greater coherence in the provision of science in support of collective progress, in particular the review of the long-term global goal under the Convention and the global stocktake, as well as to reflect the cross-cutting nature of research and systematic observation, and moving support for enhanced engagement from the Mitigation to the Executive division. 4. (...) FCCC/SBI/2021/4 GE.21-05567 31 Annex V Overview of projects and funding requirements for the Trust Fund for Supplementary Activities for the biennium 2022–2023 under the zero real growth scenario [English only] Project number Project/subproject Resource requirements for 2022–2023 EUR P staff GS staff SB101-000 Intergovernmental engagement 4 922 000 6.1 4.6 SB101-002 Enhanced support for negotiations for SBSTA and CMA agenda items on cooperative approaches and the mechanisms under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement 552 000 1.6 0.3 SB101-003 Consultancies to support the periodic assessment of the Technology Mechanism 113 000 – – SB101-005 Enhanced coordination and operational support for Presidency teams 908 000 2 2 SB101-006 Oversee and manage mandated activities relating to observer engagement, high-level engagement on climate action, Marrakech Partnership, gender, ACE and other stakeholder engagement activities 923 000 1 1 SB101-007 Enhanced legal support for presiding officers 500 000 1.5 0.3 SB101-012 Continued development and further enhancement of the Digital Platform for Climate Change Events 1 858 000 – 1 SB101-009 Enhanced capacity for conferences and workshops 68 000 – – SB102-000 Intergovernmental processes 14 681 000 18.5 3.7 SB102-001 Enhanced support for established work programmes, including the NWP, NAPs and adaptation-related work on transparency and the global stocktake 1 850 000 1.6 0.5 SB102-002 Enhanced support for activities relating to the impact of the implementation of response measures and workshops on LT-LEDS 1 017 000 2.6 0.1 SB102-003 Enhanced support, engagement and outreach in support of the development of the biennial assessment and overview of climate finance flows, including in relation to Article 2, paragraph 1(c), of the Paris Agreement, and determination of the needs of developing countries 1 390 000 1.6 1.2 SB102-004 Full support for the technical reviews of national reports (including REDD+) under the MRV/transparency processes, and training of review experts 8 396 000 10.8 1.9 SB102-005 Enhanced support for the second periodic review under the Convention, the global stocktake, and research and systematic observation 564 000 – – SB102-006 Mandated climate action events at COP and annual updates and highlights of thematic and sectoral climate action through events, interviews and publications 1 128 000 2 – SB102-012 Enhanced support for the intergovernmental process through the provision of authoritative, readily accessible and easily understandable audiovisual recordings 336 000 – – SB200-000 Constituted bodies 15 503 000 19.7 5.3 SB200-001 Support for the full extent of activities envisaged in the workplans of the AC, the FWG, the LEG and the WIM Executive Committee 4 717 000 3.4 1.8 SB200-002 Support for the full extent of activities envisaged in the workplans of the KCI and contingency for any institutional arrangements related to Article 6 of the Paris Agreement 3 172 000 8.7 1.5 SB200-003 Support for the full extent of activities envisaged in the workplans of the SCF, the TEC and the Paris Committee on Capacity-building 1 105 000 2 0.5 SB200-004 Support for developing countries to implement MRV and the ETF, including through the work of the CGE 5 919 000 4.7 1.5 SB200-007 Support for the full extent of activities of the compliance committees under the Kyoto Protocol and the Paris Agreement 590 000 1 – SB300-000 Data and information management 10 286 000 12.4 2.5 SB300-001 Development and enhancement of adaptation-related data portals 875 000 1.7 0.7 FCCC/SBI/2021/4 32 GE.21-05567 Project number Project/subproject Resource requirements for 2022–2023 EUR P staff GS staff SB300-002 Development and enhancement of mitigation-related data portals and data management systems, including an information portal on LT-LEDS and a contingency system for a corresponding adjustment under Article 6, paragraph 2, of the Paris Agreement 92 000 0.3 – SB300-003 Development and enhancement of support for means of implementation data portals, in particular the finance, TT:CLEAR and capacity-building portals 553 000 0.8 0.9 SB300-004 Development of the information hub and related reporting and review systems and tools used under the ETF and streamlining of the existing data management systems and tools used under the current transparency arrangements 2 171 000 1.1 0.1 SB300-006-1 Enhancement of digital communication capabilities for effective engagement with Parties, non-Party stakeholders and the public 2 380 000 6 0.5 SB300-006-2 Participation in climate action globally is enabled, enhanced and recognized through the GCA portal 1 152 000 2 – SB300-007 Enhancement of the elections portal and database 342 000 0.5 0.3 SB300-009 Enhancement and modernization of platforms and strengthening security of infrastructure and platforms 2 373 000 SB300-012 Enhancement of the management of official business records, information and archives of the secretariat and the intergovernmental process 348 000 – – SB400-000 Enhanced engagement 19 502 000 24.4 5.5 SB400-001 Enhanced engagement with respect to climate change impacts, vulnerability and adaptation 221 000 0.4 – SB400-002 Enhanced engagement of stakeholders through capacity-building to enhance regional action towards implementation of the Paris Agreement 7 932 000 8.9 1.1 SB400-003 Enhanced engagement with Parties and other stakeholders to strengthen the capacities of developing countries with respect to the implementation of NDCs and NAPs 2 060 000 0.6 1.4 SB400-004 Additional support and enhanced engagement for the development and implementation of the ETF 3 612 000 2.5 0.5 SB400-006-1 Digital communication campaigns for promoting achievements in the UNFCCC process; and multilingual content for the UNFCCC website, mobile app and so
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得分: 972135.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=FCCC/SBI/2021/4&Lang=C
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