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After all, the time to consider critical needs and to establish a response mechanism is not at the time of a disaster. (...) Discussion of the goals and objectives of the committee  Establish goals, objectives, and discuss the idea of a pilot project. (...) Establecimiento de cronogramas y controles  Discutir la próxima reunión  Comentarios de clausura — — — — — — — — — — — — — 7 — ACRP 73 Expected Elements List (expanded, international) Lista de elementos esperados del ACRP 73 (expandida, internacional)  Define purpose and scope  Involve all stakeholders  Secure strong senior level support  Establish protocols and agreements  Establish standard operating procedures (SOP)  Establish and maintain communications channels  Establish minimum equipment list (MEL) o Electrical equipment and personnel o Operational supplement o Maintenance equipment and personnel o Management assistance o Operational backfill  Skills, Knowledge, Abilities  Address liability  Address funding  Address regulatory differences  Establish rapid assessment procedures  Establish request procedures  Relationship development  Exercise assistance and cooperation  After action review program  Definición del propósito y alcance  Involucrar a todas las partes interesadas  Asegurar un apoyo firme del nivel superior  Establecimiento de protocolos y acuerdos  Establecimiento de procedimientos operacionales estandarizados  Establecimiento y mantenimiento de los canales de comunicación  Establecimiento de la lista de equipo mínimo (MEL) o Equipo eléctrico y personal o Suplementos operacionales o Equipo y personal de mantenimiento o Asistencia gerencial o Relleno operacional  Aptitudes, conocimiento, habilidades  Abordar las responsabilidades  Abordar el presupuesto  Abordar las diferencias normativas  Establecer procedimientos de evaluación rápida  Establecer procedimientos de solicitud  Desarrollo de relaciones  Asistencia y cooperación en ejercicios  Programa de revisión posterior a la acción — END/FIN —
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Puntuación: 1113469.2 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...AirportToAirport/LACDOGBil.pdf
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The Work Programme seeks to: 1. Establish consistent regional ATFM planning and operating practices 2. (...) ANI/WG/5 — NE/10 — C2 — No Activity Objective Deliverable Date 4 ATFM Regional Performance Measurement • Establish Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to be measured. (...) The Work Programme seeks to: 1. Establish consistent regional ATFM planning and operating practices 2.
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Puntuación: 1008732.3 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...gs/2019/ANIWG5/ANIWG5-NE10.pdf
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LETTER DATED 26 SEPTEMBER 2019 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF PARAGUAY TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE CHAIR OF THE COMMITTEE : SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION 1540 (2004)
Naciones Unidas S/AC.44/2019/12 Consejo de Seguridad Distr. general 15 de octubre de 2019 Original: español 19-18193 (S) 251119 051219 *1918193* Comité del
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LETTER DATED 3 APRIL 2019 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF TURKEY TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The judicial system should establish an information system and resource centre located in close proximity to the courts. (...) Establish a Court-User Committee in every court. 6. (...) Establish an independent disciplinary body, with lay participation, vested with the power of removal of judges.
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2005/03/24 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF EGYPT TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AND OTHER ORGANIZATIONS AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
The need to provide alternative mechanisms to resolve disputes through: − Arbitration; E/CN.4/2005/G/34 página 8 − Amicable settlement; − Mediation. 11. The need to establish mechanisms to document human rights violations. (...) Launch a dialogue between national human rights institutions and different State bodies in particular, and establish joint programmes run by these institutions and civil society organizations. 8. (...) Invite Arab States which have not already done so to establish national human rights mechanisms, in conformity with United Nations General Assembly resolution 46/124 of 17 December 1991. 3.
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MEETING OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE ON GLOBAL NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEMS, VIENNA, 1 AND 2 NOVEMBER 2006 : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Any change to the principals and/or points of contact should be communicated to the chairperson of the Committee. 8. The Committee may establish, as mutually agreed and on an ad hoc basis, working groups to investigate specific areas of interest, cooperation and coordination and to report at subsequent plenary sessions. (...) Therefore, the Office for Outer Space Affairs will lead a working group to accomplish the following actions: Action C1: Establish the International Committee information portal drawing on contributions from Members, Associate Members and Observers of the Committee. (...) Action D4: Establish a working group to develop a strategy for support by the International Committee of mechanisms to detect and mitigate sources of electromagnetic interference, taking existing regulatory mechanisms into consideration.
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON THE UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW : KIRIBATI : ADDENDUM
No es factible dadas las limitaciones de capacidad y recursos que tiene. 1 Establish a committee to study human rights conventions in order to pave the way for acceding to such conventions (Libyan Arab Jamahiriya). 2 Make a long-term plan for the ratification or accession, step by step, to all core international human rights instruments (Slovenia). 3 Consider the possibility of ratifying other core human rights instruments (Algeria). 4 Ratify all core human rights treaties as soon as possible (Hungary); ratify the other pending universal human rights treaties (Chile). 5 Sign and ratify the ICCPR and the ICESCR (Norway); accede to the core international human rights instruments namely the ICCPR and the ICESCR (Maldives); ratify other principal international human rights instruments, particularly the ICCPR and the ICESR (Slovakia). (...) El Gobierno ya financia la Escuela para Personas con Discapacidad, si bien se trata de una módica aportación. 24 Establish a national human rights institution, accredited by the International Coordinating Committee of National Human Rights Institutions (Germany); establish a national human rights institution in accordance with the Paris Principles (Canada.) 25 Make greater efforts to establish a national institution for human rights and cooperate with the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights and other relevant UN organs, and call on the international community to extend necessary financial support in order to achieve this objective (Libyan Arab Jamahiriya). 26 Promptly establish a National Human Rights Institution that operates in accordance with the Paris Principles, seeking international assistance as necessary (United Kingdom). 27 Consider, with the support of the international community, the establishment of a national human rights institution (Philippines). 28 Seek from the international community and UN specialized agencies the requisite technical assistance to establish a national human rights institution as well as to overcome the challenges and constraints listed in the national report (Algeria). 29 Establish a national institution for human rights in accordance with the Paris Principles, for which seek international technical cooperation if necessary (Mexico). 30 Institute mechanisms to effectively secure the human rights of all its citizens, including awareness- raising activities (Japan). 31 Raise awareness of human rights value and their respect through the media and through educational means, as well as violence against women (Libyan Arab Jamahiriya). 32 Accelerate, as appropriate, the pursuit of the worthy objectives set out in the National Development Plan 2008 – 2011 (Algeria). 33 Extend Government funding to schools for persons with disabilities (Canada). (...) Recomendación 66.4242: Kiribati está dispuesta a estudiar esta recomendación. 34 Establish a comprehensive child labour policy (Germany). 35 Urgently strengthen its commitment to the international human rights system in order to receive specialized help through extending a standing invitation to all Special Procedures (Spain). 36 Consider extending a standing invitation to all special procedures of the Human Rights Council (Latvia). 37 Issue a standing invitation to the Special Procedures (Canada); extend a standing invitation to the Special Procedures mandate holders (Chile). 38 Intensify its efforts to include gender as a discrimination ground in the Constitution (Norway). 39 Amend the Constitution to include sex and gender as prohibited grounds of discrimination (Slovenia).
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ACTIVITIES OF THE GLOBAL ALLIANCE OF NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTIONS IN ACCREDITING NATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE PRINCIPLES RELATING TO THE STATUS OF NATIONAL INSTITUTIONS FOR THE PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS (PARIS PRINCIP
Human Rights Council “A” status institutions (72) Institution Status Year reviewed Asia and the Pacific Afghanistan: Independent Human Rights Commission A October 2007 – A* November 2008 November 2013 – deferred to October 2014 October 2014 – A Australia: Australian Human Rights Commission A 1999 October 2006 May 2011 India: National Human Rights Commission A 1999 October 2006 May 2011 – A* Indonesia: National Human Rights Commission (Komnas HAM) A 2000 March 2007 March 2012* November 2013 – special review in March 2014 March 2014 – A* Jordan: National Centre for Human Rights A April 2006 – (B) March 2007 – (B) October 2007 – A* October 2010 – A November 2015 – deferred to second session of 2016 A/HRC/33/34 GE.16-12213 11 Institution Status Year reviewed Malaysia: Human Rights Commission (SUHAKAM) A 2002 April 2008 – recommended to be accredited B November 2009 – A* October 2010 – A November 2015 – A Mongolia: National Human Rights Commission A 2002 – A(R) 2003 November 2008 November 2013 – deferred to October 2014 October 2014 – A Nepal: National Human Rights Commission A 2001 – A(R) 2002 – A October 2007 – A* November 2008 – A* March 2010 – recommended to be accredited B May 2011 – A November 2012 – October 2014 special review – A maintained New Zealand: Human Rights Commission A 1999 October 2006 May 2011 Philippines: Philippines Commission on Human Rights A 1999 March 2007 – deferred to October 2007 October 2007 March 2012 Qatar: National Committee for Human Rights A October 2006 – (B) March 2009 – A* March 2010 – A* October 2010 – A November 2015 – A Republic of Korea: National Human Rights Commission A 2004 November 2008 March 2014 – deferred to October 2014 October 2014 – deferred to March 2015 March 2015 – deferred to first session of 2016 State of Palestine: Independent Commission for Human Rights A 2005 – A(R) March 2009 – A November 2015 – A Timor-Leste: Provedoria for Human Rights and Justice A April 2008 November 2013 Africa Burundi: Commission nationale indépendante des droits de l’homme A November 2012 Cameroon: National Commission on Human Rights and Freedoms A 1999 October 2006 – (B) March 2010 – A March 2015 – deferred to first session of 2016 A/HRC/33/34 12 GE.16-12213 Institution Status Year reviewed Egypt: National Council for Human Rights A April 2006 – (B) October 2006 – A October 2011 – deferred to November 2012 November 2012 – deferred to May 2013 May 2013 – deferred to November 2013 November 2013 – deferred November 2015 – deferred to second session of 2016 Ghana: Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice A 2001 November 2008 March 2014 Kenya: National Commission on Human Rights A 2005 November 2008 October 2014 – A Malawi: Human Rights Commission A 2000 March 2007 March 2012 – deferred to November 2012 November 2012 – deferred to May 2013 May 2013 – deferred to November 2013 November 2013 – deferred to October 2014 October 2014 – deferred to March 2015 March 2015 – deferred to first session of 2016 Mauritania: Commission nationale des droits de l’homme A November 2009 – (B) May 2011 – A Mauritius: Commission nationale des droits de l’homme A 2002 April 2008 – A* October 2014 – A Morocco: Conseil national des droits de l’homme A 1999 – A(R) 2001 October 2007 – A* October 2010 – A* November 2015 – A Namibia: Office of the Ombudsman A 2003 – A(R) April 2006 May 2011 Nigeria: National Human Rights Commission A 1999 – A(R) 2000 – A October 2006 – A October 2007 – B May 2011 – A Rwanda: National Commission for Human Rights A 2001 October 2007 March 2012 – recommended to be accredited B; given one year to establish compliance with the Paris Principles May 2013 – A Sierra Leone: Human Rights Commission A May 2011 A/HRC/33/34 GE.16-12213 13 Institution Status Year reviewed South Africa: Human Rights Commission A 1999 – A(R) 2000 October 2007 November 2012 Togo: Commission nationale des droits de l’homme A 1999 – A(R) 2000 October 2007 November 2012 – deferred to May 2013 May 2013 – A Uganda: Human Rights Commission A 2000 – A(R) 2001 April 2008 May 2013 – A United Republic of Tanzania: Commission for Human Rights and Good Governance A 2003 – A(R) October 2006 – A October 2011 – A* Zambia: Human Rights Commission A 2003 – A(R) October 2006 October 2011 Americas Argentina: Defensoría del Pueblo A 1999 October 2006 October 2011 Bolivia (Plurinational State of): Defensor del Pueblo A 1999 – (B) 2000 – A March 2007 March 2012 Canada: Canadian Human Rights Commission A 1999 October 2006 May 2011 Chile: Instituto Nacional de Derechos Humanos A November 2012 Colombia: Defensoría del Pueblo A 2001 October 2007 March 2012 – A* Costa Rica: Defensoría de los Habitantes A 1999 October 2006 October 2011 Ecuador: Defensor del Pueblo A 1999 – A(R) 2002 April 2008 – A; recommended to be accredited B; given one year to establish compliance with the Paris Principles March 2009 – A March 2015 – A El Salvador: Procuraduría para la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos A April 2006 May 2011 A/HRC/33/34 14 GE.16-12213 Institution Status Year reviewed Guatemala: Procuraduría de los Derechos Humanos A 1999 – (B) 2000 – A(R) 2002 April 2008 May 2013 – A Haiti: Office for the Protection of Citizens A November 2013 Mexico: Comisión Nacional de los Derechos Humanos A 1999 October 2006 October 2011 Nicaragua: Procuraduría para la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos A April 2006 May 2011 Panama: Defensoría del Pueblo A 1999 October 2006 November 2012 Peru: Defensoría del Pueblo A 1999 March 2007 March 2012 Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of): Defensoría del Pueblo A 2002 April 2008 May 2013 March 2014 – special review in October 2014 October 2014 – special review deferred to March 2015 March 2015 – recommended to be accredited B; given one year to establish compliance with the Paris Principles Europe Albania: People’s Advocate A 2003 – A(R) 2004 November 2008 November 2013 – deferred to October 2014 October 2014 – A Armenia: Human Rights Defender A April 2006 – A(R) October 2006 – A October 2011 – deferred to November 2012 November 2012 – deferred to May 2013 May 2013 – A Azerbaijan: Human Rights Commissioner (Ombudsman) A October 2006 October 2010 – deferred to May 2011 May 2011 – recommended to be accredited B; given one year to establish compliance with the Paris Principles March 2012 – A A/HRC/33/34 GE.16-12213 15 Institution Status Year reviewed Bosnia and Herzegovina: Institution of Human Rights Ombudsmen A 2001 – A(R) 2002 – A(R) 2003 – A(R) November 2009 – recommended to be accredited B; given one year to establish compliance with the Paris Principles October 2010 – A Croatia: Ombudsman A April 2008 May 2013 Denmark: Danish Institute for Human Rights A 1999 – (B) 2001 October 2007 – A November 2012 Finland: Finnish National Human Rights Institution A October 2014 – A France: Commission nationale consultative des droits de l’homme A 1999 October 2007 November 2012 – deferred to May 2013 May 2013 – A Georgia: Public Defender’s Office A October 2007 November 2012 – deferred to May 2013 May 2013 – A Germany: German Institute for Human Rights A 2001 – A(R) 2002 – A(R) 2003 November 2008 November 2013 – deferred to October 2014 March 2015 – deferred to November 2015 November 2015 – A Great Britain (United Kingdom): Equality and Human Rights Commission A November 2008 – A October 2010, special review – A November 2015 – A Greece: National Commission for Human Rights A 2000 – A(R) 2001 October 2007 – A* November 2009 – A* March 2010 – A* March 2015 – deferred to first session of 2016 Hungary: Commissioner for Fundamental Rights A November 2013 – deferred to October 2014 October 2014 – A Ireland: Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission A November 2015 – A Latvia: Ombudsman of the Republic of Latvia A March 2015 – A A/HRC/33/34 16 GE.16-12213 Institution Status Year reviewed Luxembourg: Commission consultative des droits de l’homme A 2001 – A(R) 2002 March 2009 – A* November 2009 – A* October 2010 – A November 2015 – A Netherlands: Netherlands Institute for Human Rights A March 2014 Northern Ireland (United Kingdom): Human Rights Commission A 2001 – (B) May 2011 Poland: Human Rights Defender A 1999 October 2007 November 2012 Portugal: Provedor de Justiça A 1999 October 2007 November 2012 Russian Federation: Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation A 2000 – (B) 2001 – (B) November 2008 – A November 2013 – deferred to October 2014 October 2014 – A Scotland (United Kingdom): Scottish Human Rights Commission A November 2009 – deferred to March 2010 March 2010 – A March 2015 – A Serbia: Protector of Citizens A March 2010 – A March 2015 – A Spain: El Defensor del Pueblo A 2000 October 2007 November 2012 Ukraine: Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights A April 2008 – (B) March 2009 – A March 2014 – deferred to October 2014 October 2014 – A “B” status institutions (29) Institution Status Year reviewed Americas Honduras: Comisionado Nacional de los Derechos Humanos B 2000 October 2007 – (A) October 2010 – special review; recommended to be accredited B; given one year to establish compliance with the Paris Principles October 2011 – B Asia and the Pacific Bangladesh: National Human Rights Commission B May 2011 March 2015 – B A/HRC/33/34 GE.16-12213 17 Institution Status Year reviewed Iraq: High Commission for Human Rights B March 2015 – B Maldives: Human Rights Commission B April 2008 March 2010 Myanmar: Myanmar National Human Rights Commission B November 2015 – B Oman: National Human Rights Commission B November 2013 Sri Lanka: Human Rights Commission B 2000 October 2007 March 2009 Thailand: National Human Rights Commission B 2004 November 2008 November 2013 – deferred to March 2014 March 2014 – deferred to October 2014 October 2014 – recommended to be accredited B; given one year to establish compliance with the Paris Principles November 2015 – B Central Asia Kazakhstan: The Commissioner for Human Rights B March 2012 Kyrgyzstan: The Ombudsman B March 2012 Tajikistan: The Human Rights Ombudsman B March 2012 Africa Algeria: Commission nationale de promotion et de protection des droits de l’homme B 2000 – A(R) 2002 – A(R) 2003 – A March 2009 – B March 2010 – deferred to October 2010 October 2010 – B Chad: Commission nationale des droits de l’homme B 2000 – A(R) 2001 – A(R) 2003 – A(R) November 2009 – B Congo: Commission nationale des droits de l’homme B October 2010 Ethiopia: Ethiopian Human Rights Commission B November 2013 Libya: National Council for Civil Liberties and Human Rights B October 2014 – B A/HRC/33/34 18 GE.16-12213 Institution Status Year reviewed Mali: Commission nationale des droits de l’homme B March 2012 Senegal: Comité sénégalais des droits de l’homme B 2000 October 2007 – A* October 2010 – deferred to May 2011 May 2011 – deferred to October 2011 October 2011 – recommended to be accredited B; given one year to establish compliance with the Paris Principles November 2012 – B Tunisia: Comité supérieur des droits de l’homme et des libertés fondamentales B November 2009 Europe Austria: The Austrian Ombudsman Board B 2000 May 2011 Bulgaria: Commission for Protection Against Discrimination B October 2011 Bulgaria: The Ombudsman B October 2011 Cyprus: Commissioner for Administration and Human Rights B November 2015 – B Norway: Norwegian Centre for Human Rights B 2003 – A(R) 2004 – A(R) 2005 – A(R) April 2006 May 2011 – deferred to October 2011 October 2011 – recommended to be accredited B; given one year to establish compliance with the Paris Principles November 2012 – B Republic of Moldova: Human Rights Centre B November 2009 Slovakia: Slovak National Centre for Human Rights B 2002 – C October 2007 March 2012 – Accreditation lapsed due to non- submission of documentation March 2014 – B Slovenia: Human Rights Ombudsman B 2000 March 2010 Sweden: Equality Ombudsman B May 2011 The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia: The Ombudsman B October 2011 A/HRC/33/34 GE.16-12213 19 “C” status institutions (10) Institution Status Year reviewed Africa Benin: Commission béninoise des droits de l’homme C 2002 Madagascar: Commission nationale des droits de l’homme C 2000 – A(R) 2002 – A(R) 2003 – A(R) April 2006 – status withdrawn October 2006 – C Americas Antigua and Barbuda: Office of the Ombudsman C 2001 Barbados: Office of the Ombudsman C 2001 Puerto Rico (United States of America): Oficina del Procurador del Ciudadano del Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico C March 2007 Asia and the Pacific Hong Kong, China: Equal Opportunities Commission C 2000 Iran (Islamic Republic of): Islamic Human Rights Commission C 2000 Europe Romania: Romanian Institute for Human Rights C March 2007 May 2011 Switzerland: Federal Commission for Women’s Issues C March 2009 Switzerland: Federal Commission against Racism C 1998 – (B) March 2010 – C A/HRC/33/34 20 GE.16-12213 Suspended institutions Institution Status Year reviewed Asia and the Pacific Fiji: Human Rights Commission Suspended Note: The Commission resigned from the then International Coordinating Committee of National Institutions for the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights on 2 April 2007 2000 (A) March 2007 – accreditation suspended; documents to be submitted at October 2007 session 2 April 2007 – The Commission resigned from the then International Coordinating Committee of National Institutions for the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights Africa Niger: Commission nationale des droits de l’homme et des libertés fondamentales Removed Note: Dissolved in February 2010 March 2010 – removed further to its dissolution in February 2010 Americas Paraguay: Defensoría del Pueblo Suspended Note: The Defensoría resigned from the International Coordinating Committee of National Institutions for the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights on 10 July 2014 2003 November 2008 November 2013 – deferred to March 2014 March 2014 – deferred to October 2014 October 2014 – suspended Institutions whose accreditation has lapsed Institution Status Year reviewed Africa Burkina Faso: Commission nationale des droits humains 2002 – A(R) 2003 – A(R) 2005 – B March 2012 – accreditation lapsed due to non-submission of documentation Dissolved institutions Institution Status Year reviewed Europe Belgium: The Centre for Equal Opportunities and Opposition to Racism December 2014 – The institution has been transformed into two separate institutions: The Interfederal Centre for Equal Opportunities and Opposition to Discrimination and Racism, and The Federal Centre for the Analysis of Migration Flows
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QUESTION OF ENFORCED OR INVOLUNTARY DISAPPEARANCES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
E/CN.4/2001/69 página 8 General content (a) The provisions of the convention establish international obligations for the States parties to make the necessary changes in internal law to ensure full compliance with the agreements adopted. (...) The fact that the participant knew or ought to have known about the perpetration of the principal offence cannot alone be enough to establish the intent to instigate or be an accomplice. (...) (i) Article 13 Cases in which there is no request for extradition cannot establish jurisdiction. This is unnecessary, too.
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LAND USE, LAND-USE CHANGE AND FORESTRY: DRAFT CONCLUSIONS PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
OR Net–net with base period Amend to include provisions for how a Party is to establish a base period for forest management over which anthropogenic emissions and removals will be assessed, and how anthropogenic emissions and removals from forest management during the subsequent commitment period will be assessed against the base period. (...) Article 3, paragraph 4 Net–net with forward looking baseline Amend to include provisions for how a Party is to establish a forward-looking baseline for forest management to assess emissions and removals, and how anthropogenic emissions and removals from forest management during the subsequent commitment period will be assessed against the baseline. Amend to establish how the baseline or the emissions and removals in the commitment period will be revised in response to “natural disturbances” and how any such revisions will be monitored and treated in future accounting periods.
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