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With regards to confidence and transparency in the field of conventional arms in Europe, the Netherlands is a member of the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE). (...) The CFE contributes to greater transparency in the field on conventional arms, since it requires state-parties to permit inspections of 20 % of their ‘objects of verification’. (...) OSCE Document on Stockpiles of Conventional Ammunition Adopted on 19 November, 2003 The Netherlands regularly reports and contributes to OSCE projects in this field. m. OSCE Documents on Principles Governing Conventional Arms Transfers Adopted 25 November, 1993 Information exchange on conventional arms transfers and questionnaire on conventional arms transfers: The Netherlands submits reports on a regular basis.
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Score: 782860.2 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...s-2014-Information-on-CBMs.pdf
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Fifty-fifth session 30 October 2000 SEVENTY-SECOND SESSION FIRST COMMITTEE A/C.1/72/CRP.4 4 October 2017 28 September – 2 November 2017 English only Proposed draft decision relating to the draft indicative timetable for structured discussion of specific subjects on the adopted thematic approach on disarmament and international security agenda items (Items 52(b), 90 to 106) and introduction of draft resolutions and decisions Brazil: draft decision Participation in panel in the Exchange with the High Representative and other High-level Officials Decides to invite the Secretary-General of the Agency for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean (OPANAL) to participate as a member of the panel in the Exchange with the High Representative for Disarmament Affairs and other High-Level Officials on the “Current state of affairs in the field of arms control and disarmament and the role of international organizations with mandates in this field”, to be held on 11 October 2017.
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Score: 781610.94 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/first/72/pdf/a-c1-72-crp4.pdf
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Exchanges of information take place automatically. (...) The portal only provides for a validation of the syntax (message form) and the semantics (message field type). An error in this respect generates an error message to the sender. (...) Technical solution D. Mode of data exchange Asynchronous Data Exchange using Queue Managers Informal document GE.1 No.5 (2012) 7 Asynchronous Data Exchange over MQ Channels Network Architecture Informal document GE.1 No.5 (2012) 8 F.
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Score: 781400.5 - https://unece.org/DAM/trans/bc...nc_tech/documents/id12-05e.pdf
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Such partnerships are necessary to bridge protection gaps, including capacity and resource challenges. UNHCR field offices, interested NGOs and governments are encouraged to use and contribute to the resources in the toolkit. (...) We welcome additional materials and field examples to make the toolkit useful to various resettlement operational contexts. (...) Operational Activities Definitions and FAQ Tools and Training Materials Field Examples Participatory Assessments Identification and Referral of Refugees in Need of Resettlement Definitions and FAQ Tools Training Materials Field Examples Information Sharing, Planning and Advocacy Definitions and FAQ Tools and Training Materials Field Examples Share on Facebook Share on Twitter About Us Emergencies What We Do News and Stories Our Partners Get Involved © UNHCR 2001-2021 Media centre Careers Refworld Contact us Privacy policy Data Report fraud or abuse Terms & conditions of use Frequently Asked Questions Sign up for email updates Follow:
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Score: 780793.7 - https://www.unhcr.org/4ce54a949
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Such partnerships are necessary to bridge protection gaps, including capacity and resource challenges. UNHCR field offices, interested NGOs and governments are encouraged to use and contribute to the resources in the toolkit. (...) We welcome additional materials and field examples to make the toolkit useful to various resettlement operational contexts. (...) Operational Activities Definitions and FAQ Tools and Training Materials Field Examples Participatory Assessments Identification and Referral of Refugees in Need of Resettlement Definitions and FAQ Tools Training Materials Field Examples Information Sharing, Planning and Advocacy Definitions and FAQ Tools and Training Materials Field Examples Share on Facebook Share on Twitter About Us Emergencies What We Do News and Stories Our Partners Get Involved © UNHCR 2001-2021 Media centre Careers Refworld Contact us Privacy policy Data Report fraud or abuse Terms & conditions of use Frequently Asked Questions Sign up for email updates Follow:
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Score: 780793.7 - https://www.unhcr.org/protecti...ent-repository-exchanging.html
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Such partnerships are necessary to bridge protection gaps, including capacity and resource challenges. UNHCR field offices, interested NGOs and governments are encouraged to use and contribute to the resources in the toolkit. (...) We welcome additional materials and field examples to make the toolkit useful to various resettlement operational contexts. (...) Operational Activities Definitions and FAQ Tools and Training Materials Field Examples Participatory Assessments Identification and Referral of Refugees in Need of Resettlement Definitions and FAQ Tools Training Materials Field Examples Information Sharing, Planning and Advocacy Definitions and FAQ Tools and Training Materials Field Examples Share on Facebook Share on Twitter About Us Emergencies What We Do News and Stories Our Partners Get Involved © UNHCR 2001-2021 Media centre Careers Refworld Contact us Privacy policy Data Report fraud or abuse Terms & conditions of use Frequently Asked Questions Sign up for email updates Follow:
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Score: 780793.7 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-my/pr...ent-repository-exchanging.html
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Such partnerships are necessary to bridge protection gaps, including capacity and resource challenges. UNHCR field offices, interested NGOs and governments are encouraged to use and contribute to the resources in the toolkit. (...) We welcome additional materials and field examples to make the toolkit useful to various resettlement operational contexts. (...) Operational Activities Definitions and FAQ Tools and Training Materials Field Examples Participatory Assessments Identification and Referral of Refugees in Need of Resettlement Definitions and FAQ Tools Training Materials Field Examples Information Sharing, Planning and Advocacy Definitions and FAQ Tools and Training Materials Field Examples Share on Facebook Share on Twitter About Us Emergencies What We Do News and Stories Our Partners Get Involved © UNHCR 2001-2021 Media centre Careers Refworld Contact us Privacy policy Data Report fraud or abuse Terms & conditions of use Frequently Asked Questions Sign up for email updates Follow:
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Score: 780793.7 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-ie/pr...ent-repository-exchanging.html
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Such partnerships are necessary to bridge protection gaps, including capacity and resource challenges. UNHCR field offices, interested NGOs and governments are encouraged to use and contribute to the resources in the toolkit. (...) We welcome additional materials and field examples to make the toolkit useful to various resettlement operational contexts. (...) Operational Activities Definitions and FAQ Tools and Training Materials Field Examples Participatory Assessments Identification and Referral of Refugees in Need of Resettlement Definitions and FAQ Tools Training Materials Field Examples Information Sharing, Planning and Advocacy Definitions and FAQ Tools and Training Materials Field Examples Share on Facebook Share on Twitter About Us Emergencies What We Do News and Stories Our Partners Get Involved © UNHCR 2001-2021 Media centre Careers Refworld Contact us Privacy policy Data Report fraud or abuse Terms & conditions of use Frequently Asked Questions Sign up for email updates Follow:
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Score: 780793.7 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-us/pr...ent-repository-exchanging.html
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Such partnerships are necessary to bridge protection gaps, including capacity and resource challenges. UNHCR field offices, interested NGOs and governments are encouraged to use and contribute to the resources in the toolkit. (...) We welcome additional materials and field examples to make the toolkit useful to various resettlement operational contexts. (...) Operational Activities Definitions and FAQ Tools and Training Materials Field Examples Participatory Assessments Identification and Referral of Refugees in Need of Resettlement Definitions and FAQ Tools Training Materials Field Examples Information Sharing, Planning and Advocacy Definitions and FAQ Tools and Training Materials Field Examples Share on Facebook Share on Twitter About Us Emergencies What We Do News and Stories Our Partners Get Involved © UNHCR 2001-2021 Media centre Careers Refworld Contact us Privacy policy Data Report fraud or abuse Terms & conditions of use Frequently Asked Questions Sign up for email updates Follow:
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Score: 780793.7 - https://www.unhcr.org/uk/prote...ent-repository-exchanging.html
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Microsoft PowerPoint - SARD.ppt 1 The Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development (SARD) Initiative People Shaping their Sustainable Futures F1 1992 COAG 19 2000 CSD-8 Dialogue with mandate to continue 2001 2002 WFS- five years later 2002 2002 Adelboden Mountain Conference – SARD Themes WSSD – SARD Initiative launched by FAO DG E-conference, FAO COAG dialogue FAO Council Endorsement 2003 Design & Initial Activities An Emerging Initiative CSD 16 2008 2005 Slide 1 F1 FAO, 03/03/2004 2 Action - Dialogue - Action Farmers NGOs Scientists Governments Other IGOs Ph ot o C re di t:E ar th N eg ot ia tio ns B ul le tin Women Strengthening cooperative relationships and work among Major Groups, governments and intergovernmental organizations Expected Outcomes Good Practice and Good Policy for SARD • Increased capacity of poor rural communities to transition to and implement SARD • Strengthened capacities of Major Group constituencies, institutions and networks to implement SARD practices, programmes and policies Target 2015 – Benchmark 2008 • Concrete contributions to the SARD-related elements in the Millennium Development Goals, Chapter 14 of Agenda 21 and the WSSD Plan of Action 3 SARD Initiative Thematic Areas Improve Access to Productive Resources Promote Good Practices And their Dissemination Foster Fairer Working Conditions Partnership Contributions Local Learning Exchanges Resource Facility SARD Inventory Retrospective Farmer Capacity Building Sustainable Livestock Production Indigenous Rights /Access Workers’ Rights Campaign Contributing Partners Civil Society Partners – Agrifood Network, Ampacta, Centre for Holistic Management, CIRPED, Eco-Earth Alliance, Heifer International, Humane Society US/Humane Society International, IFAP, IFOAM, IFSA, IIRD, IITC, IPSA, IUF, Network of Women in World Agriculture, RODI- Kenya, World Neighbours, among others Supporting Governments – Canada, Germany, Switzerland, USA, Indonesia, Kenya, Nigeria, Philippines, S. Africa, Bolivia, El Salvador, Panama, Tunisia Interested Governments – Australia, France, Finland, Italy, Sweden, Netherlands, Norway Affiliated National Projects – Colombia, Indonesia, Venezuela IGOs – ILO, IFAD, UN Regional Commissions, NEPAD, EU 4 Building Partnerships for Action • Building on Common Objectives among Different Stakeholders • Mediating Unequal Stakeholders for Common Efforts • Facilitating a Transparent Structure for Implementation • Improving Indicators and Ability to Assess Good Practice Take Home Messages • The SARD Initiative is the result of a fully participatory process and builds on the synergistic commitment and ownership of diverse partners and based on an agreed upon set of indicators, values, actions and goals. • Within the context of the key thematic areas of SARD, the Initiative provides an avenue to scale up and replicate proven on the ground experiences while informing good decision making at the national and international level. • By 2008, collection of good practices, pilot exchanges for scaling up, an interactive resource facility and synthesis of results of SARD to inform CSD-16. • By 2015, scale up, replicate and reflect in national and international policies the good practice experiences of SARD. 5 Opportunities to Partner in Good Practice Link an existing project or initiative to share lessons learned and successful case studies that can be scaled up; Share expertise and experiences, services, knowledge and other resources on SARD to community, regional, and national initiatives; Fund, host, or provide expertise for South-South and South- North inter-community and inter-stakeholder learning exchanges and targeted training activities on a demand basis; Offer financial resources in support of community level participation, innovation, pilot testing, scaling-up of demonstrated good practice and participatory approaches and support of the management teams to coordinate these efforts; Offer mechanisms or venues for people, practice and policy linkages. The field IGO Program Design National Project Implementation Global Policy Frame A.Getz-Escudero & C.Lightfoot, 2003 Conventional policy cycle Monitoring &Evaluation 6 The field IGO Program Design National Project Implementation Global Policy Frame A.Getz-Escudero & C.Lightfoot, 2003 Monitoring &Evaluation Evolving CSO roles & perspectives on formulation of policies The field IGO Program Design National Project Implementation Global Policy Frame A.Getz-Escudero & C.Lightfoot, 2003 CSO roles & perspectives on formulation of policies analysis & advocacy, collaboration Monitoring &Evaluation 7 The field IGO Program Design National Project Implementation Global Policy Frame A.Getz-Escudero & C.Lightfoot, 2003 CSO roles & perspectives on formulation of policies Program co-design Monitoring &Evaluation The field IGO Program Design National Project Implementation Global Policy Frame A.Getz-Escudero & C.Lightfoot, 2003 CSO roles & perspectives on formulation of policies Project co-implementation Monitoring &Evaluation 8 The field IGO Program Design National Project Implementation Global Policy Frame A.Getz-Escudero & C.Lightfoot, 2003 CSO roles & perspectives on formulation of policies Participatory learning (PM&E) Monitoring &Evaluation The field IGO Program Design National Project Implementation Global Policy Frame A.Getz-Escudero & C.Lightfoot, 2003 CSO roles & perspectives on formulation of policies Conventional policy cycle and evolving CSO roles co-design Monitoring &Evaluation co-implement co-listen co-analyze co-learn
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Score: 778947.66 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...ntations/sard_presentation.pdf
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