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The list of potential candidates must also include experience in legal matters and professional merits; training completed and marks obtained; posts held in State institutions, with dates and duration; research published and teaching experience; and the status or result of complaints and accusations submitted to and dealt with by the authorities over the past five years. 35. (...) The criteria for the selection of Supreme Court justices are as follows: candidates must be Honduran by birth; they must be citizens with all civil rights; they must be licensed lawyers; they must be at least 35 years of age; and they must have at least five years’ experience as a judge or ten years’ experience as a lawyer. 51. (...) The appraisal and selection process also takes into consideration academic qualifications, working experience, publications, languages, probationary periods etc. 75.
语言:中文
得分: 912087.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/23/43/ADD.4&Lang=C
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ELECTION OF MEMBERS OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL ADVISORY COMMITTEE :NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Language English: fluent Chinese: fluent IV. Major experience relevant to the requirements 1. I spent most of my career life in the multilateral arena, covering political, security, social, economic and sustainable development areas. (...) Noor Al-Malki Al-Jehani is a seasoned and accomplished professional with 34 years of experience, including a comprehensive background in managing and leading public and private organizations in the State of Qatar. (...) Other relevant professional experience Electoral Observer for the European Commission • Madagascar (2000); • Palestine (2003); • Nepal (2005).
语言:中文
得分: 911623.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=A/HRC/51/67&Lang=C
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ELECTION OF MEMBERS OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL ADVISORY COMMITTEE - NOTE BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Long standing experience in evaluation of national, intergovernmental, civil society programs and projects. (...) Significant experience as a team leader and manager of multi-country and national level consultancy projects. (...) Long standing experience as negotiator in the Nile Basin and in international environmental negotiations.
语言:中文
得分: 907689.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=A/HRC/30/17&Lang=C
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REPLIES TO THE QUESTIONNAIRE ON NATIONAL PROTECTION SYSTEMS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Question III: What is the experience of the judiciary in drawing upon the provisions of international human rights norms when considering cases before them? (...) Question III: What is the experience of the judiciary in drawing upon the provisions of international human rights norms when considering cases before them? (...) Question III: What is the experience of the judiciary in drawing upon the provisions of international human rights norms when considering cases before them?
语言:中文
得分: 893021.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=E/CN.4/2005/126&Lang=C
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LETTER DATED 7 SEPTEMBER 2016 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF TAJIKISTAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADRESSED TO THE SECRETARY GENERAL
Panelists from different parts of the world with extensive experience in addressing sanitation issues at various levels shared their experience, the challenges encountered and their views on the way forward to achieve target 6.2. (...) In recognition of these outcomes, UNDP pledges that it will build on its five decades of experience supporting countries to achieve their development goals. (...) Participants were encouraged to draw best practices from river basin organizations with demonstrable experience in transboundary water cooperation, such as the OMVS (Organisation pour la Mise en Valeur du fleuve Sénégal) that has forty years of experience in this respect.
语言:中文
得分: 888786.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=A/C.2/71/3&Lang=C
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GUIDANCE FOR DEVELOPING NATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION PLANS FOR THE STOCKHOLM CONVENTION
Consideration should be given to involving all stakeholders, including non- governmental organizations and independent experts having experience on outreach campaigns on chemical risk prevention, and to ensuring free access to information to all interested parties, taking language-specific considerations into account.
语言:中文
得分: 873976.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=UNEP/POPS/COP.2/INF/7&Lang=C
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ELECTION OF MEMBERS OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL ADVISORY COMMITTEE
A/HRC/33/3 6 GE.16-12671 Mona Omar (Egypt) A public figure in the field of women Rights and a regionally renowned career diplomat, with extensive experience representing and coordinating issues of strategic interest on the international, regional and national levels. (...) Acted as special envoy of UNICEF, to advise the members of the Committee during the event, support them in the presentation of the experience, and also to participate directly in the work sessions. (...) A/HRC/33/3 GE.16-12671 23 Follow- up and supervision of the following research: • Working Children and Education in El Salvador, 1998; • New Juvenile Penal Justice, the Experience of El Salvador, 1999; • The Phenomenon of Gangs in El Salvador, 1998.
语言:中文
得分: 873140.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=A/HRC/33/3&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE MEETING OF EXPERTS (PART 1) :MEETING OF THE STATES PARTIES TO THE CONVENTION ON THE PROHIBITION OF THE DEVELOPMENT, PRODUCTION AND STOCKPILING OF BACTERIOLOGICAL (BIOLOGICAL) AND TOXIN WEAPONS AND ON THEIR DESTRUCTION, 1ST MEETING, GENEVA, 10-14 NOVEMBER 2003 ; MEETING OF EXPERTS, GENEVA, 18-29 AUGUST 2003
Strategy for Achieving Meaningful Progress Through Annual Meetings of BWC States Parties, 2003-2005 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.3 United States – National Implementation Measures 2003 BWC Experts Group BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.4 National Measures Adopted by the United States to Implement the Prohibitions Set Forth in the Biological Weapons Convention BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.5 United States – Security of Dangerous Pathogens and Toxins BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.6 Relevant Measures Taken by the United States Relevant to Security and Oversight of Dangerous Pathogens and Toxins BWC/MSP.2003/MX/4(Part I) page 7 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.7/Rev.1 United Kingdom – The Design of National Mechanisms to Maintain the Security and Oversight of Pathogenic Microorganisms and Toxins BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.8 United Kingdom – BTWC Implementing and Penal Legislation: Core Elements BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.9 A Compiled List of the Laws and Regulations in China in Relation to the Implementation of the Biological Weapons Convention BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.10 National Paper prepared by Japan BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.11/Rev.1 Japan – Possible Measures for Strengthening Biosecurity BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.12 Legislation in the Federal Republic of Germany on the Prohibition of Biological Weapons BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.13 Legislation in the Federal Republic of Germany Related to Security and Oversight of Pathogenic Microorganisms and Toxins BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.14 The Netherlands - Preventing unauthorized acquisition of pathogenic agents and toxins: A legal patchwork BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.15 Sweden - Possible Measures for Ensuring Security and Oversight of Work with Microorganisms BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.16 Republic of Korea: National Measures or Legislation to Implement the BTWC: A Conceptual Analysis BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.17 France – Biotechnology, Biological Weapons and Bioterrorism – Notes from a Paris Seminar of 9 April 2003 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.18 France – National Mechanisms to Establish and Maintain Surveillance of Microorganism and Toxins, and Prospects for International Cooperation BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.19 France - Biological Risk and Pathogen Control: Lessons from the Study of Emerging Diseases BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.20 Brazilian Views on the Way Forward BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.21 German Experience with the Catch-All Clause BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.22 German Approaches to Awareness-Raising BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.23 Argentina – National Measures to Implement the Biological Weapons Convention BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.24 German Legislation in the Field of Biological Weapons and Agents BWC/MSP.2003/MX/4(Part I) page 8 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.25 China – National Implementation measures and Biosecurity and Oversight Mechanisms: Practice and Proposals BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.26 Canada – Meeting Bio-Security Challenges: Development of a Canadian Federal Interdepartmental Collaborative Model BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.27 Canadian Measures to Enhance Domestic Laboratory Security for Biological Agents BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.28 Canada’s Biological and Chemical Defence Review Committee: Transparency Model BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.29 The Canadian Counter-Terrorism Technical Center (CTTC) as a Mechanism to Provide Security and Oversight Through Facilities and Equipment BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.30 South Africa: BTWC and Related Legislation BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.31 Domestic Legislation for the BTWC Implementation in the Russian Federation BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.32 National measures on export control adopted by the Russia Federation for implementation of international obligations under the BWC BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.33 Poland – NATO Advanced Research Workshop: “Preparedness against bioterrorism and re-emerging infectious diseases – regional capabilities, needs and expectations in Central and Eastern European countries”, held on 15-18 January 2003 in Warsaw, Poland BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.34 United Kingdom – Managing the Threat from Biological Weapons: Science, Society and Secrecy BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.35 Germany – Coherent National Implementation as a Means to Improve the Effectiveness of the BTWC BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.36 Germany - Measures Relevant to the Security and Oversight of Biological Materials BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.37 German Genetic Engineering Legislation Related to Contained Use BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.38 Australia’s Experience in Educating Industry and Research Institutes about Export Obligations – A Framework for the Biological Sector BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.39 Australia – Model Strategy for Implementing BWC Obligations BWC/MSP.2003/MX/4(Part I) page 9 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.40 National Measures in Ukraine to Control Genetic Modification BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.41 General Information on Sanitary-Epidemiological Surveillance System in Ukraine and Measures Taken to Counteract Possible Bioterrorist Activity in the Context of Events of Autumn 2001 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.42 Procedure to Control Access and Work with Biological Agents and Toxins in Ukraine BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.43 Ukraine – Information on Criminal Responsibility for the Bioterrorist Activity and Activity Aimed at Development of Weapons of Mass Destruction BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.44 Poland’s Legislation Relating to BTWC BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.45 United Kingdom – Practical Implementation and Enforcement: National Infrastructure BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.46 Cuba - Mecanismos Nacionales Para Establecer [只有西班牙文*] y Mantener La Seguridad y La Vigilancia de Microorganismos Pathógenos y Toxinas BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.47 Cuba - Adopción de Medidas Nacionales Necesarias [只有西班牙文*] Para Aplicar Las Prohibiciones Establecidas en la Convención Incluida la Promulgatión de una Legislatión Penal BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.48 Meeting BWC Obligations: Australia’s Experience with Licensing, Accreditation and Authorization of Work with Genetically Modified Organisms BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.49 Meeting BWC Obligations: Australia’s Experience with Facility Planning and Management for Dealing with Genetically Modified Organisms BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.50 Meeting BWC Obligations: Australian Experience with a National Model for Regulating Laboratory Work with Genetically Modified Organisms BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.51 Islamic Republic of Iran – National Implementation Measures BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.52 Malaysia – Legislative Action to Implement the Obligations under the BWC BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.53 Austria – Cooperation with Foreign Missions in Austria: Case Study “Anthrax” * An informal translation into English is attached to the document BWC/MSP.2003/MX/4(Part I) page 10 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.54 Islamic Republic of Iran – National Report on national mechanisms to establish and maintain the security and oversight of pathogenic microorganisms and toxins BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.55 Regulations and guidelines in the Islamic Republic of Iran on national mechanisms to establish and maintain the security and oversight of pathogenic microorganisms and toxins BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.56 Practical aspects of export licensing : Australia’s experience BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.57 Finland’s New Penal Legislation on Biological Weapons and Terrorism BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.58 National legislative and regulatory provisions for the implementation by the Republic of Bulgaria of the prohibitions set forth in the BWC BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.59 Germany – International Regulations for the Safe Transport of Biological Materials BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.60 Mexico – Medidas relatives a la aplicación sobre [只有西班牙文] la Prohibición de las Armas Biológicas BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.61 The Biological Weapons Convention in Thailand BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.62 Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom – BTWC and Related Legislation BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.63 United Kingdom – Issues of Licensing, Accreditation and Authorisation: The Example of the Specified Animal Pathogens Order 1998 (SAPO) BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.64 United Kingdom – Emergency Preparedness and Response BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.65 United Kingdom – Legislation Governing Intangible Technology BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.66 Export Control Legislation in the United Kingdom -- -- -- -- --
语言:中文
得分: 870935.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...WC/MSP.2003/MX/4(PARTI)&Lang=C
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LETTER DATED 7 AUGUST 2009 FROM THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
A/63/946 09-46176 (C)2 附件 Curricula vitae Guy Delvoie Name DELVOIE Surname, other names Guy Lucas, Martin Address Kaubergstraat 14 B- 3051 Sint Joris Weert BELGIUM Telephone 32 16 38 95 58 Cell : 32 485 53 23 55 E-mail guy.delvoie@skynet.be Nationality Belgian Date of birth 20 august 1947 Office Court of appeals of Brussels Address Palais de Justice Place poelaert, B- 1000 Brussels BELGIUM Telephone 32 2 508 66 37 E-mail guy.delvoie@just.fgov.be WORK EXPERIENCE (acquired in full time jobs) • Dates (from – to) April 2007 - present • Name and address of employer Belgian Judiciary – Department of Justice, avenue de Waterloo 115, B-1000 Brussels (...) The applicants appointment in April 2007 to one of the highest judicial offices in Belgium (president of the Brussels Court of appeals, in the Belgian Judiciary only outranked by the position of president of the Supreme Court) gives evidence as to the first requirement above. A solid experience in criminal law has been acquired in the course of a career of almost 30 years within the Belgian Judiciary (see details below) while judging criminal cases on the first instance level as well as in the appellate court and also in the “Cour d’assises” ( jury trial). (...) Authority to try all classes of cases. Extensive experience of teaching advocacy [Grays Inn] and international criminal, humanitarian and human rights issues at universities and conferences/seminars in the Middle East [Iraq, Dubai, Syria, Jordan and Egypt} , Australia [Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Castan Human Rights Centre, Monash University], Europe [including guest lecturer at the Scoula Superiore at the University of Cantania, Sicily] 2007 German Bar Conference, 2008 Chaired meeting of the completion strategies for the ICTY/ICTR, European University at Florence. 2009 Co-chair expert meeting of the Amsterdam Centre of Interdisciplinary Research on International Crimes and Security and the USA for the IBA, British Council and independently.
语言:中文
得分: 866761.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/63/946&Lang=C
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ELECTION TO FILL VACANCY ON THE LTC
Indian Polymetallic Nodules Programme 3 ISBA/11/C/4 Membership in special national and international expert committees (a) Member Secretary of Expert Committee on Environmental Appraisal of Industrial Projects constituted by Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India, in 1988-90; (b) Member Secretary of Expert Committee on Environmental Appraisal of Mining Projects constituted by Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India, in 1991-92; (c) Elected Member of Legal and Technical Commission of International Seabed Authority from 1999 to 2001; (d) Leader of a delegation of scientists for formulation of collaborative work with CGGE, Gelendzhik, Russian Federation; (e) Leader of a delegation of scientists for Implementation of collaborative programme with the Russian Federation on two occasions; (f) Member of high-level expert committee for restructuring of Geological Survey of India constituted by Ministry of Mines; (g) Member of committee constituted by Ministry of Mines for formulation of Offshore Areas Mineral (development and regulation) Act. 2002. Experience • Most of my assignments were in the nature of multi-disciplinary task teams to develop mining and allied projects with frequent opportunities in the shaping of mining policy, regulatory and institutional mechanisms best suited for the purpose. I was involved in decision-making relating to heavy investments in mining projects, infrastructural facilities and technological upgradation. • My experience in the Planning Commission of India provided exposure to planning of the energy section at the national level. (...) • Summing up, my experience for three decades and in different aspects (technological updating and technology transfer, financial and technical appraisal of projects, and analysis and review of international policies) of extractive industry operations in developing countries has provided me with a deep understanding of the latest developments as well as the problems associated with mining projects from the technological, safety, environmental and man management angles. 4 ISBA/11/C/4 Details of experience and level of responsibility Department of Ocean Development (as an Adviser) (29 April 1997-continuing) As Adviser, I am responsible for planning, evaluating, monitoring, coordinating and funding the programmes of national importance in the area of marine non-living resources.
语言:中文
得分: 863869.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=ISBA/11/C/4&Lang=C
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