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Johannesburg Renewable Energy Coalition (JREC) € 2 million 2004- present DC focus; developing international renewable energy policy, and implementing innovative PP financing mechanism supporting developing country investors; Finland's Energy and Environment Partnership with Central America € 3 million € 4 million 2003-2006 2006-2009 The Energy and Environment Partnership with Central America is an initiative launched by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland, SG-SICA and CCAD during the World Summit in Johannesburg 2002, and the participants are governmental entities and private institutions. (...) A further €285 million was allocated under FP 6 to fund third party involvement in projects related to thematic priorities such as energy and environment. It is often lack of capacity or barriers, which preclude developing country involvement in EU funding applications (such as a lack of software to open files, faulty emails and fax and administrative problems in signing off legal contracts). (...) Issuance of emission reduction units upon verification of implementation and reduction in host country Hosts mainly transition economies All covered under Article 4.6 GEF Global Environment Facility Multi-lateral Supporting the Convention on Biological Diversity and UNFCCC.
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LETTER DATED 11 JULY 2019 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF PORTUGAL TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Address legal, administrative, social, economic, digital and cultural barriers that limit young people’s participation and representation, while enabling the capacities, resources, information, technology, support, space and skills needed to empower youth’s free, active, independent, meaningful, systematic and effective participation, including of diverse youth groups, youth constituencies and those in situations of vulnerability; A/73/949 5/6 19-12164 8. Promote a youth-friendly enabling environment, by respecting public freedoms, including by promoting volunteering opportunities for all young people, in particular youth with disabilities, cross-border youth exchange programmes and encouraging and supporting the establishment of independent youth-led councils and organizations, movements and networks, as well as other forms of youth work and leisure time activities, fostering internal democratic and participatory principles and gender equality, to empower youth as agents of change; 9. (...) Address the social determinants of young people’s health and well-being and promote a healthy environment and universal access to social protection, social services and health-care services, ensuring access to youth-friendly sexual and reproductive health information, education and services , including family planning, and the integration of sexual and reproductive health and rights into youth policies and programmes, as well as ensuring awareness raising on mental health issues and access to youth-friendly mental health services, and services for prevention and treatment of substance abuse; 11. (...) Ensure young people’s access to reliable, understandable youth -friendly information and to information and communications technologies, addressing the digital divide and inequalities including, but not limited to, geography, gender, economic status and language, by accelerating efforts to fully and appropriately integrate them into education and training at all levels, while also supporting young people’s ability to be critical and responsible users and producers of Information and opening spaces for young people to engage in respectful, tolerant, participatory and constructive dialogue and actively contribute to the ongoing digital transformation, and support young people’s initiatives towards developing innovative and sustainable solutions in the fields of science, technology and public policy; 16.
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REPORT ON ESSENTIAL NEEDS FOR, POTENTIAL GAPS IN, BARRIERS TO, AND PROGRESS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE AMENDED NEW DELHI WORK PROGRAMME : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
GE.10-63620 (S) 140211 170211 Órgano Subsidiario de Ejecución 33º período de sesiones Cancún, 30 de noviembre a 4 de diciembre de 2010 Tema 6 del programa provisional Artículo 6
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PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT : INFORMATION PRESENTED BY THE KENYAN NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
In a state where legal aid is not a civil right, where there is no public defender system, it is incumbent that a system be developed that can avail access to legal advice for children. b) Child friendly courts/spaces Although there is no international standard explicitly requiring the establishment of a separate set of courts for children, there is nonetheless an implicit presumption that youth offenders should be dealt with differently from adults, in an understanding environment, and in compliance with the current norms regarding the well-being of the child. The four General Principles of the UNCRC18 should be complied with throughout the juvenile justice system, including during court proceedings.19 In Kenya children have had to be handled by adult courts which operate as ad-hoc children’s courts (by the fact that court 12 Part XIII,of the children’s Act 13 Article 14 of ICCPR 14 Article 14.3(d) and Article 14 of ICCPR 15 Section 186 of the children Act 16 Legal Aid Bill 2012 17 Section 3 of the children’s Act,2001 18 The four principles are; survival and development; participation; best interest of the child; non- discrimination 19 https://www.essex.ac.uk/armedcon/story_id/save_jj_modern_concepts.pdf A/HRC/25/NI/7 GE.14-11753 5 officers convert them to serve as Children’s courts and exclude the general public).20 Ad- hoc courts lack the ambience necessary for a child-friendly environment. The enactment of the Children’s Act highlighted the need for child-specific and dedicated courts in line with the ideal in article 40 of the CRC and article 17 of the ACRWC which encourage the development of child specific systems/forums. (...) The trial court may also have recourse to the options of ordering the discharge of a child (where this is appropriate) or ordering a friendly settlement between the child and victim(s) of the crime or the payment of fines/compensation.
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LETTER DATED 12 SEPTEMBER 2018 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF CHINA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
African members of FOCAC reaffirm their commitment to the one-China principle, and their support for China’s reunification and China’s efforts in resolving territorial and maritime disputes peacefully through friendly consultation and negotiation. China reaffirms its commitment, on the basis of the one-China principle, to growing friendship and cooperation with all African countries and sharing with them its development opportunities. (...) We are determined to take environment-friendly approaches, work together to respond to climate change, protect marine biodiversity, strengthen marine research, develop blue economy, and foster a global ecosystem for green development to protect our common home for human survival and create an environment conducive to the development of small island countries. (...) The two sides will encourage sustainable agriculture and organic farming through enhanced food safety and food security, environment friendly production techniques and efficient management of natural resources which include the use of renewable energy and water savings system to reduce production cost and increase resilience to climate change. 3.1.5 The two sides will work together to improve food security risk management systems and establish an emergency response mechanism and China will support its operationalization.
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PARTICIPATION OF NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS, CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS, INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' ORGANIZATIONS, ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS, THE SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY, THE PRIVATE SECTOR AND PHILANTHROPIC ORGANIZATIONS IN THE INTERNATIONAL MEETING ENTITLED STOCKHOLM+50: A HEALTHY PLANET FOR THE PROSPERITY OF ALL - OUR RESPONSIBILITY, OUR OPPORTUNITY :DRAFT DECISION / SUBMITTED BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
A/76/L.37 2/10 22-02260 Anexo ABB AB AbibiNsroma Foundation Advocacy Network Against Irregular Migration Afeka Tel Aviv Academic College of Engineering AFRICA INSTITUTE FOR ENERGY AFRICA TOURISM AND ENVIRONMENT INITIATIVES African Smart Cities Innovation Foundation (ASCIF) African Youth Initiative on Climate Change – Zimbabwe Afrikagrupperna Alliance for Empowering Rural Communities AlphaZULU Advocates Amazon Watch Sverige American Football For African Mission Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition Arab Youth Climate Movement Qatar LLC (G) ARTPORT_making waves ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights Asian Peoples Movement on Debt and Development Asociación Argentina de Justicia Constitucional Associação Civil Alternativa Terrazul Association des Volontaires pour l’Environnement Sain Association for Solidarity through Humanitarian Imperative Action (AS HIA) International ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONALE VILLES ET PORTS INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS CITIES AND PORTS (AIVP – IACP) Avandis Consulting Axfoundation Basic Education and Employable Skill Training Pakistan Blue Green Future, LLC Bluvest Enterprise Limited Cambridge Zero, University of Cambridge Care About Climate Centre For Social Development Centro Agronómico Tropical de Investigación y Enseñanza (CATIE) Chalmers University of Technology (Gothenburg Centre for Sustainable Development (GMV)) A/76/L.37 22-02260 3/10 Change For Planet Cherish Aid KSK Foundation Círculo Médico de Morón Hurlingham e Ituzaingó Citizens’ Climate International Cleantech21 Foundation Climate Action Network South Asia Climate Leadership Coalition ClimateView Ab Close The Gap Initiative Club de Madrid Collectif des Leaders pour le Développement durable de l ’Afrique College of Diplomatic Studies and International Relations Community Action Against Plastic Waste (CAPWs) Community Jameel CONCITO – Denmark’s Green Think Tank CONCORD Sweden Congolese Alliance for Sustainable Development Conseil des Architectes d’Europe (Consejo de Arquitectos de Europa) Conservation Strategy Fund Consumer Council of Zimbabwe Cornell University Corporación Motum Corporación Serraniagua Council on Energy, Environment and Water Curating Tomorrow Danmission Development Impact Pathfinders Initiative Disaster Reduction and Environment Protection Forum (DRAEPF) Disaster Reduction Nepal (DRN) Doconomy D-OLF HYDROMETRIC NIGERIA LIMITED Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative (DNDi) Earth Advocacy Youth Earth Day Network India Earth Regenerative Project Sierra Leone Earth System Governance Foundation A/76/L.37 4/10 22-02260 Eco friendly Volunteers (ECO-V) Eco Warriors Movement Ecolotrip Eduactive Soc Coop Einride Eko-svest Eloolo Permaculture Initiative ENACT EARTH FOUNDATION End Ecocide Sverige Engineering Association for Development & Environment – EADE Entreprise Forward Environment and Social Development Organization – ESDO Environmental Peacebuilding Association Equity Nepal Equmeniakyrkan Esam AB Everland LLC Faculty of Law Lund University Färnebo folkhögskola FAUTAPO Forbrugerrådet Tænk (The Danish Consumer Council) Föreningen Klimatriksdagen Föreningen Svenska Ekomodernister Forum jeunes et ODD Fossil Free Media Foundations for Tomorrow Framtidsjorden Fridays for Future Brasil Fridays For Future Sierra Leone Fundación Amigos de la Naturaleza Global Choices Global Climate and Health Alliance, un proyecto del Social Good Fund Global Goals Consulting Global Governance Forum Global Shapers Stockholm Global Strategic Institute for Sustainable Development – GSISD A/76/L.37 22-02260 5/10 Global Youth Parliament Tanzania GreenFaith GREENING MUA ENVIRONMENTAL INITIATIVE (GMEI) GREENWAY INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION GreenX Telemechanics Limited Grona Kvinnor H & M Hennes & Mauritz GBC AB Hack for Earth Foundation Haga Initiative Håll Sverige Rent (Keep Sweden Tidy) Hand in Hand Eastern Africa Hand in Hand Sweden Handelsbanken Handelsbanken Liv Försäkringsaktiebolag Heimdall technologies Corp and GBM Project HELPING HAND INTERNATIONAL Hloov India Hot or Cool Institute Human Development and Natural Environment Conservation Centre Humanitarian Organization for Poverty Eradication (HOPE WORLDWIDE – PAKISTAN) IM Swedish Developpment Partner Impact Pointe Consultancy Limited Indigneous Climate Action Ingka Holding Innovea Development Foundation Institute for Degrowth Studies Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM)/Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Instituto Clima e Sociedade Intelisense Multi-Solutions Limited Inter IKEA Services Inter-American Institute on Justice and Sustainability (IIJS, LLC) INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) International Young Leaders Organization (IYLO) International Youth Society Internet of Planet AB (Exponential Roadmap Initiative) ISET Policy Institute A/76/L.37 6/10 22-02260 ISHAKA 2250 it is about us IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute Jamma Children Foundation Japan Civil Society Network on SDGs Just Associates Just Atonement Inc. Karnali Development Service Karolinska Institutet Kayirabwa Chimpanzee Conservancy Association Kijane Pamoja Kikandwa Environmental Association KIYITA FOUNDATION Klimataktion KTH Royal Institute of Technology KUDUMBAM Laboratório do Observatorio do Clima Laudato Si’ Movement Leadership Development Association International LEHO – Ladakh Environment And Health Organisation LSU – Sveriges Ungdomsorganisationer Luleå stift LVMH MOET HENNESSY LOUIS VUITTON Minamata Convention Promotion Network (MICO net) Mistra Center for Sustainable Markets (Misum) at Stockholm School of Economics Mojo Design Studios Mother Earth Project Muhammad Akram & Sons Trading & Investment National Religious Partnership for the Environment Natura &Co Natural Capitalism Solutions Nature Conservation Advocates for Climate Initiative Nature Protection Nepal Nepal Grassroots Development Forum (NGDF) Nepal Sustainable Development Foundation Nigerian Youth Biodiversity Network A/76/L.37 22-02260 7/10 Normative (Meta Mind AB) ODE.systems GmbH Olof Palme International Center Open Society European Policy Institute (OSEPI; parte de las Open Society Foundations) Our Future First Pamoja RDC Parents For Future Austria Parents For Future Deutschland e.V. Parlement des Jeunes Leaders de la Société Civile Guinéenne Peace Without Limits (PWL) International Organization PeaceNexus Foundation PEFC International Plataforma CIPÓ PMU Polestar Protection International Psychologist for sustainable development Psychologists/Psychotherapists for Future Publish What You Pay PUSH Sweden Ragn-Sells Rainforest Foundation Norway Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law Réseau panafricain des jeunes pour la culture de la paix Ride In 971 RIGHT TRACK Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors Roma Active Albania Scania CV AB SECMOL Simul Systems Limited Skanska AB Skift Smart Youth Network Initiative Social Good Peru Social Venture Network A/76/L.37 8/10 22-02260 Solar Impulse Foundation Somali Greenpeace Association SOPKÖKET SSAB Stand Stichting Chloride Free Foundation Stichting World’s Youth for Climate Justice Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) Stockholm University Stora Enso Student Platform for Engineering Education Development (SPEED) Success Capital Organisation Sustainable Campaign Nepal Sustainable Development Sweden AB Sustainable Energy and Enterprise Development for Communities (SEED4Com) Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget SCA Sveriges Blåbandsungdom Sveriges Konsumenter SWECO AB Swedish Fellowship of Reconciliation Swedish Institute for Standards Swedish Red Cross SYSTEMIQ Team Environment Kenya TechSverige Tetra Pak The Australia Institute The B Team The Beijer Institute at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences The ChariTree Foundation The Danish Family Planning Association The Indegenous The Intelligent Indian The Natural Resource Governance Institute The Natural Step International The New Division A/76/L.37 22-02260 9/10 The Polly Foundation The Real Group Academy (The Real Group Inspiration AB) The Sustainability Collaborative The Swedish Climate Policy Council The Swedish Institute of International Affairs The Swedish Peace and Arbitration Society (Svenska Freds- och Skiljedomsföreningen) – SPAS The Uganda National Apiculture Development Organisation (TUNADO) TMG Research GmbH Together To Palestine Tree Aid Trias Uganda Umeå University Union to Union United Nations Association of Tanzania United Nations Association of Uganda UNITED NATIONS ASSOCIATIONS of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana (APUNA) Andhra Pradesh United Nations association United Young Farmers Forum United Youth Initiative Africa Université Saint-Louis – Bruxelles University of Bristol University of Oulu University of Pennsylvania Veritas Global Vi Agroforestry (Vi-skogen) VIDEA – a BC based International Development Education Association Voices of Nuclear Volvo Car Group Volvo Group Wadleigh Productions Ltd Walkbright Charity Organization We Are Forces of Nature We Effect We Mean Business Coalition Wellbeing Economy Alliance (WEAll) Wikimedia Sverige A/76/L.37 10/10 22-02260 WILD Foundation Women Empowerment Against Poverty of Nepal (WEAPoN) Womenite WONDER CARGO PVT LTD World Benchmarking Alliance World Climate Foundation Youth Climate Lab Youth for Peace and Reconciliation ZERO – Association for the Sustainability of the Earth System ZeroMission AB
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE SALE OF CHILDREN, CHILD PROSTITUTION AND CHILD PORNOGRAPHY ON HER VISIT TO ARMENIA : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Those statistics reflect the scope of violence against children in the country, although it is feared that many cases go undetected owing to the lack of child-friendly complaint, reporting and referral mechanisms. (...) The Special Rapporteur encourages the authorities concerned to adopt a new code of criminal procedure that ensures access to justice for children, inter alia through child-friendly legal aid and child-sensitive adjudication (see A/HRC/29/26). 29. (...) Although his office has a generic hotline and helpline (116), it lacks child-friendly reporting and complaint mechanisms. In 2014, UNICEF supported the Human Rights Defender to conduct research and make recommendations for the establishment of an individual complaint mechanism for children. 29 The Special Rapporteur called on the Human Rights Defender to prioritize the monitoring of child rights violations through awareness-raising and the establishment of child- friendly complaint mechanisms.
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PROPOSED WORK PROGRAMME AND BUDGET FOR 2006–2007: CORRIGENDUM
This document is printed on environment friendly paper. NACIONES UNIDAS HSP HSP/GC/20/9/Corr.1 ONU-Hábitat Consejo de Administración del Programa de las Naciones Unidas para los Asentamientos Humanos Distr.
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CLARIFICATION OF THE ANNOTATED PROVISIONAL AGENDA AND ORGANIZATION OF WORK
This document is printed on environment friendly paper. NACIONES UNIDAS HSP HSP/GC/20/1/Add.2 ONU-Hábitat Consejo de Administración del Programa de las Naciones Unidas para los Asentamientos Humanos Distr.
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LETTER DATED 2007/09/20 FROM THE AMBASSADOR AND PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF CUBA TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
In this context, emphasized that respect for the diversity of such systems and approach is a core value which relations and cooperation among States in an increasingly globalizing world should be based on, with the aim of contributing to establishing a peaceful and prosperous world, a just and equitable world order, and an environment conducive to exchanging human experiences; 4. (...) Recognized that respect for cultural diversity and the cultural rights of all contributes to a wider exchange of knowledge and understanding of cultural background, advancing the application and enjoyment of universally accepted human rights throughout the world and fostering stable and friendly relations among peoples and nations worldwide; 6. (...) Recognized the importance of the media in developing a better understanding among all religions, beliefs, cultures and peoples and to facilitate a dialogue among societies, as well as to create an environment conducive to the exchange of human experience and urged to continue their efforts in promoting interfaith and intercultural understanding and cooperation for peace, development and human dignity; 33.
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