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To pursue this mandate, it will be essential to review and catalogue existing stakeholder initiatives on themes central to the Addis Agenda. (...) Each thematic session will be structured as follows: a) Mapping of the existing initiatives undertaken on the particular theme Questions: - What are the existing perspectives/views on this theme? (...) b) Identifying gaps Questions: - What are the gaps in the existing landscape of work on this theme? - How could this theme benefit from additional work?
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Score: 939682.7 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...t-note-final-1-August-2016.pdf
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WTO | Core themes WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION Home   |  About WTO   |  News & events   |  Trade topics   |  WTO membership   |  Documents & resources   |  External relations Contact us   |  Site map   |  A-Z   |  Search español   français home community public forum wto public forum 2012 core themes WTO PUBLIC FORUM 2012 Core themes The 2012 Public Forum is structured on the basis of three core themes that aim at illuminating the current state of the multilateral trading system. (...) Sessions concerning this theme: 6 , 16 , 18 , 26 , 30 , 33 , 39 , 43    I. (...) Sessions concerning this theme: 8 , 11 , 29 , 36 , 37   II. Addressing 21st century issues Objectives:  To reflect on the existing trade rules and examine how the WTO should adapt to deal  with 21st century challenges, including food security, trade in natural resources and their impact on the environment, the link between trade and jobs, as well as the phenomenon of global supply chains. 
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Score: 936355.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/fo...ic_forum12_e/core_themes_e.htm
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(b) invite relevant subsidiary bodies of UNECE and the secretariat to consider how they may contribute, as appropriate, to the cross-cutting theme of the 70th Commission session within their respective mandates, ongoing work and existing resources, and while making full use of the existing nexuses. (...) (d) ahead of the 70th Commission session, requests the secretariat to assess, based on feedback from subsidiary bodies, their experience with the follow-up to the last theme and preparation for the next theme simultaneously. This should allow the EXCOM to assess the impact of designating and following up on a cross-cutting theme on the work of the relevant subsidiary bodies. ______________________
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Score: 922709.5 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...update%20on%20preparations.pdf
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United Nations ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 109th meeting Geneva, 17 February 2020 Item 7 Informal document No. 2020/4 Draft decision on a cross-cutting theme for the high-level segment of the 69th Commission session of the Economic Commission for Europe Informal document No. 2020/4 2 Note of the Secretariat 1. The Executive Committee of the Economic Commission for Europe is invited to adopt the below draft decision on a cross-cutting theme for the high-level segment of the 69th session of the Economic Commission for Europe. EXCOM decides to: a) designate “Promoting circular economy and sustainable use of natural resources in the UNECE region” as cross-cutting theme for the high-level segment of the 69th Commission session. b) invite relevant subsidiary bodies of UNECE and the secretariat to consider how they may contribute, as appropriate, to the cross-cutting theme of the 69th Commission session within their respective mandates, ongoing work and existing resources, and while making full use of the existing nexuses. c) request the secretariat to prepare a background document on the cross-cutting theme, detailing a number of relevant UNECE activities and their impact, for discussion at the 69th Commission session. d) request the secretariat to conduct a post-session lessons learned survey to review the implications of the practice of designating a cross-cutting theme early in the process, and to present to EXCOM a proposal for the preparation of future Commission sessions taking the survey findings into account. _________________________________
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Score: 916844.3 - https://unece.org/DAM/commissi...ion_on_Cross-cutting_theme.pdf
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Panellists: Germán GONZÁLEZ, Secretary for Food and Nutritional Security, Guatemala – Theme: What are the national experiences with nutrition governance? (...) Marcela LIBOMBO, Director of Food Security Center Ministry of Agriculture, Mozambique Theme: Country accountability mechanism for nutrition Asma LATEEF, Director Bread for World Institute Theme: What does the current monitoring and accountability framework look like? (...) The second is that some outcome and action accountability mechanisms do exist, but they need to be strengthened. It is important to invest more in them, in order to find more and better mechanisms.
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Score: 916665.1 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ts/doc/211114_Roundtable_3.pdf
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Ahead of the 70th Commission session, the secretariat is requested to assess, based on feedback from subsidiary bodies, their experience with the follow-up to the last theme and preparation for the next theme simultaneously. (...) EXCOM requests the secretariat in cooperation with the corresponding Bureaux to actively engage relevant subsidiary bodies of UNECE and the subprogrammes to consider how they may contribute, as appropriate, to the cross-cutting theme of the 70th Commission session within their respective mandates, ongoing work and existing resources and while making full use of the existing nexuses. 5. (...) Delegations are encouraged to submit their suggestions for a cross-cutting theme to the secretariat by 3 September 2021. Engagement of the bureaux in the designation of the cross-cutting theme is welcome. 6.
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Score: 913722.2 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...re%20Commission%20planning.pdf
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This category of the indicator framework is divided into six themes: • Theme A is concerned with the overall policy, legal and regulatory framework for human rights and their relation to the Internet. • Theme B is concerned with freedom of expression. • Theme C is concerned with the right to access information. • Theme D is concerned with freedom of association and with rights to participate in public life. • Theme E is concerned with issues relating to privacy. • Theme F is concerned with economic, social and cultural rights. (...) This category is divided into fve themes: • Theme A is concerned with the overall policy, legal and regulatory framework. • Theme B is concerned with open standards. • Theme C is concerned with open markets. • Theme D is concerned with open content. • Theme E is concerned with open data. (...) Theme D addresses issues of equitable access. Theme E is concerned with content and language.
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Score: 911301 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...ault/files/ui_c2_en_sub080.pdf
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There are six themes in the R and A categories, five themes in the O and X categories, and three themes in the M category. (...) This category is divided into five themes: • Theme A is concerned with the overall policy, legal and regulatory framework. • Theme B is concerned with open standards. • Theme C is concerned with open markets. • Theme D is concerned with open content. • Theme E is concerned with open data. (...) This category is divided into six themes: • Theme A is concerned with the legal and regulatory framework for universal access and related is- sues. • Theme B is concerned with technical and geographic connectivity. • Theme C is concerned with the affordability of networks and services. • Theme D addresses issues of equitable access. • Theme E is concerned with content and language. • Theme F is concerned with capabilities and competencies.
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Score: 903253.3 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...iles/iu_indicators_phase_2.pdf
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The symposium will provide the platform to share the existing knowledge and practical solutions for sustainable management of saline and sodic soils and to discuss the actions needed to upscale good practices and technologies .  (...) NOTE: Please, note that there is no registration fee and participation in the symposium is free.  REGISTER THEMES The Symposium will bring science and policy together to review the status and challenges of salt-affected soils conservation and sustainable use. It will be divided into three main themesTHEME 1 : Assessment, mapping, and monitoring of salt-affected soils;   THEME 2 : Integrated soil-water-crop solutions in rehabilitation and management of salt-affected areas;  THEME 3 : Agenda for action to prevent and rehabilitate salt-affected soils, protect natural saline and sodic soils, and scale-up sustainable soil management practices. 
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Score: 893082.1 - https://www.fao.org/events/glo...d-soils/about-the-symposium/en
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Philippines National Recommendations for the 11th ASEAN Forum on Migrant Labour “Digitalisation to Promote Decent Work for Migrant Workers in ASEAN” 4 September 2018, Hotel Jen, Manila, Philippines The National Preparatory Meeting for the 11th ASEAN Forum on Migrant Labour (11th AFML) was convened on 04 September 2018 in Manila, Philippines, with the theme “Digitalization to Promote Decent Work for Migrant Workers in ASEAN.” (...) During the workshop the following sub-themes and corresponding recommendations were discussed and agreed upon, respectively: Sub-theme 1: Digitalization of migrant labor management The consultation meeting/workshop examined the initiatives in the AMS to leverage technology in managing migrant labour, such as e-governance systems for migration management, digital tools for law enforcement and regulating occupational safety and health. (...) Sub-theme 2: Digital services to migrant workers The consultation meeting/workshop focused on efforts in the AMS to enable migrant workers’ access to digital support services, including comparing and making informed decision on choice of recruitment and remittance channels.
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Score: 891613.3 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_651342.pdf
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