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ELECTION OF THE MEMBERS OF THE LEGAL AND TECHNICAL COMMISSION : LIST OF CANDIDATES SUBMITTED BY STATES PARTIES : NOTE : ADDENDUM / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
ISBA/17/C/4/Add.1 11-36305 8 Summary of Work Experience A highly self-motivated team player and effective communicator with demonstrated professional, administrative capabilities and with extensive project management experience. • Commissioner, Department of Geological Survey and Mines (May 2001 to 30 June 2010): Head of Department, and responsible for overall general administration and finance, technical and mineral policy implementation, carrying into effect provisions of the Mining Act and Regulations, and provision of technical advice in mineral sector and geosciences to all levels of public administration. (...) As head of Project Coordination Unit, responsible for contractual relationships with financiers, planning and overall supervision of activities, financial management, procurement and investment promotion. Gained extensive international experience in the mineral sector and represented government at several international investment conferences including the African Mining Investment Conference/Indaba, Cape Town, Mines and Money, London and the PDAC, Toronto (...) Among responsibilities were: overall direction of the project on behalf of the government, including planning, timely and technical execution of activities and outputs, selection of experts, workplans, selection of mineral exploration targets, budgetary management of counterpart funding and preparation activity reports.
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VISIT TO UZBEKISTAN : REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE INDEPENDENCE OF JUDGES AND LAWYERS
The procedure envisaged by the Law with regard to the selection of candidates is extremely cumbersome. In the opinion of the Special Rapporteur, the selection procedure could be made more straightforward by organizing regular competitive selection processes and appointing successful candidates on the basis of their rating in that process. Competitive examinations conducted, at least partly, in a written and anonymous manner represent an important tool in the selection process.13 Mandatory training, including an internship in court, could be provided only to candidates who had been successful in the selection process. 4.
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RPT SR IJL - MISSION TO THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
There is also a real risk that newly appointed judges may feel indebted towards the president of their court. When selection criteria are objective, clear, based on merit, transparent, and well- publicized, public understanding of the process increases and the perception of fair selection or appointments is strengthened. (...) The Special Rapporteur heard claims that, as a result of the current selection and appointment procedures, lawyers interested in entering the judicial profession suffer de facto discrimination and rarely succeed. (...) According to the former Special Rapporteur, the selection of jurors is also problematic (A/HRC/11/41/Add.2, para 26).
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REPORT OF THE OPEN-ENDED INTERGOVERNMENTAL WORKING GROUP ON THE REVIEW OF THE WORK AND FUNCTIONING OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
GE.11-13046 (S) 070611 280611 Consejo de Derechos Humanos Grupo de Trabajo intergubernamental de composición abierta sobre el examen de la labor y el funcionamiento del Consejo de
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REPORT OF THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY ON THE PROGRESS MADE IN CARRYING OUT THE POZNAN STRATEGIC PROGRAMME ON TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The call for proposals provided the background information, procedure for proposal submission, and selection criteria. In addition to the standard criteria for reviewing GEF climate change projects, the Call for Proposal placed emphasis on, among others, consistency of targeted technology with national priorities as identified in the TNAs, national communications to the UNFCCC, or other national policy documents, innovative technologies and mechanisms for technology transfer, as well as highly leveraged projects, including investments from both the public and the private sector, as well as South-South technology transfer and international collaborative projects. (...) Such individual TNA projects help larger countries that need more in-depth and extensive analysis to facilitate technology transfer. (...) Second Round Country Selection 33. The selection process for the second round countries is expected to be completed by October 2010.
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LOCAL MANAGEMENT OF PLANS AND PROJECTS: INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT PREPARATION
As may be seen, both projects have the same objective: to reduce the gap between water supply and demand. The selection (evaluation) of project alternatives for achieving an objective will be discussed later on in this document. (...) The same criteria would apply to the selection of alternatives within a given option: for example, the selection of the best engineering alternative for a capital investment project. (...) The main elements to be included in a project proposal are: i) summary; ii) statement of the needs to be satisfied and project objectives; iii) outputs of the project; iv) review of existing conditions; v) review of project options and selection of the option to be recommended; vi) review of alternatives for the selected project option and selection of the alternative to be recommended; vii) technical description of the recommended alternative; viii) costs and financial arrangements; ix) administrative arrangements, and x) evaluation of the recommended alternative.
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GE.13-70311 (S)
FCCC/SBSTA/2013/L.15 GE.13-70311 7 also make every effort to develop and/or select emission factors (EFs), and collect and select activity data (AD), in accordance with the IPCC good practice. (...) As part of its inventory preparation, each Annex I Party should: (a) Apply category-specific QC procedures for key categories and for those individual categories in which significant methodological and/or data revisions have occurred, in accordance with the 2006 IPCC Guidelines; FCCC/SBSTA/2013/L.15 10 GE.13-70311 (b) Provide for a basic review of the inventory by personnel that have not been involved in the inventory development process, preferably an independent third party, before the submission of the inventory, in accordance with the planned QA procedures referred to in paragraph 19 above; (c) Provide for a more extensive review of the inventory for key categories, as well as for categories where significant changes to methods or data have been made, in accordance with the 2006 IPCC Guidelines; (d) On the basis of the reviews described in paragraph 26(b) and (c) above and periodic internal evaluations of the inventory preparation process, re-evaluate the inventory planning process, in order to meet the established quality objectives referred to in paragraph 24 above. (...) The NIR shall include: (a) Descriptions, references and sources of information for the specific methodologies, including higher-tier methods and models, assumptions, EFs and AD, as well as the rationale for their selection. For tier 3 models, additional information for improving transparency;11 (b) An indication of the level of complexity (IPCC tier) applied and a description of any national methodology used by the Annex I Party, as well as information on anticipated future improvements; (c) For key categories, an explanation if the recommended methods from the appropriate decision tree in the 2006 IPCC Guidelines are not used; (d) A description of the national key categories, as indicated in paragraph 39 above, including: (i) A summary table with the key categories identified for the latest reporting year (by level and trend); (ii) Information on the level of category disaggregation used and the rationale for its use; (iii) Additional information relating to the methodology used for identifying key categories; (e) Information on how and where feedstocks and non-energy use of fuels have been reported in the inventory; (f) Assessment of completeness, including information and explanations in relation to categories not estimated or included elsewhere, and information related to the geographical scope; (g) Information on uncertainties, as requested in paragraph 42 above; (h) Information on any recalculations relating to previously submitted inventory data, as requested in paragraphs 43 to 45 above, including changes in methodologies, sources of information and assumptions, in particular in relation to recalculations made in response to the review process; (i) Information on changes in response to the review process; (j) Information on the national inventory arrangements and changes to the national inventory arrangements, including a description of the institutional arrangements for inventory preparation, as well as information on verification as requested in paragraphs 40 and 41 above and on QA/QC as requested in paragraph 46 above. 51.
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DRAFT DECISION -/CP.17 :REVISION OF THE UNFCCC REPORTING GUIDELINES ON ANNUAL INVENTORIES FOR PARTIES INCLUDED IN ANNEX I TO THE CONVENTION : PROPOSAL / BY THE PRESIDENT
Annex I Parties should also make every effort to develop and/or select emission factors (EFs), and collect and select activity data (AD), in accordance with the IPCC good practice. (...) As part of its inventory preparation, each Annex I Party should: (a) Apply category-specific QC procedures for key categories and for those individual categories in which significant methodological and/or data revisions have occurred, in accordance with the 2006 IPCC Guidelines; (b) Provide for a basic review of the inventory by personnel that have not been involved in the inventory development process, preferably an independent third party, before the submission of the inventory, in accordance with the planned QA procedures referred to in paragraph 19 above; (c) Provide for a more extensive review of the inventory for key categories, as well as for categories where significant changes to methods or data have been made, in accordance with the 2006 IPCC Guidelines; (d) On the basis of the reviews described in paragraph 3(b) and (c) above and periodic internal evaluations of the inventory preparation process, re-evaluate the inventory planning process, in order to meet the established quality objectives referred to in paragraph 24 above. (...) The NIR shall include: (a) Descriptions, references and sources of information for the specific methodologies, including higher-tier methods and models, assumptions, EFs and AD, as well as the rationale for their selection. For tier 3 models, additional information for improving transparency;10 (b) An indication of the level of complexity (IPCC tier) applied and a description of any national methodology used by the Annex I Party, as well as information on anticipated future improvements; 10 Parties should, as applicable, report information on: basis and type of model, application and adaptation of the model, main equations/processes, key assumptions, domain of application, how the model parameters were estimated, description of key inputs and outputs, details of calibration and model evaluation, uncertainty and sensitivity analysis, QA/QC procedures adopted and references to peer-reviewed literature.
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METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES UNDER THE CONVENTION :REVISION OF THE UNFCCC REPORTING GUIDELINES ON ANNUAL INVENTORIES FOR PARTIES INCLUDED IN ANNEX I TO THE CONVENTION : DRAFT CONCLUSIONS / PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
FCCC/SBSTA/2013/L.29/Add.1 GE.13-70855 7 also make every effort to develop and/or select emission factors (EFs), and collect and select activity data (AD), in accordance with IPCC good practice. (...) As part of its inventory preparation, each Annex I Party should: (a) Apply category-specific QC procedures for key categories and for those individual categories in which significant methodological and/or data revisions have occurred, in accordance with the 2006 IPCC Guidelines; FCCC/SBSTA/2013/L.29/Add.1 10 GE.13-70855 (b) Provide for a basic review of the inventory by personnel that have not been involved in the inventory development process, preferably an independent third party, before the submission of the inventory, in accordance with the planned QA procedures referred to in paragraph 19 above; (c) Provide for a more extensive review of the inventory for key categories, as well as for categories where significant changes to methods or data have been made, in accordance with the 2006 IPCC Guidelines; (d) On the basis of the reviews described in paragraph 26(b) and (c) above and periodic internal evaluations of the inventory preparation process, re-evaluate the inventory planning process, in order to meet the established quality objectives referred to in paragraph 24 above. (...) The NIR shall include: (a) Descriptions, references and sources of information for the specific methodologies, including higher-tier methods and models, assumptions, EFs and AD, as well as the rationale for their selection. For tier 3 models, additional information for improving transparency;12 (b) An indication of the level of complexity (IPCC tier) applied and a description of any national methodology used by the Annex I Party, as well as information on anticipated future improvements; (c) For key categories, an explanation if the recommended methods from the appropriate decision tree in the 2006 IPCC Guidelines are not used; (d) A description of the national key categories, as indicated in paragraph 39 above, including: (i) A summary table with the key categories identified for the latest reporting year (by level and trend); (ii) Information on the level of category disaggregation used and the rationale for its use; (iii) Additional information relating to the methodology used for identifying key categories; (e) Information on how and where feedstocks and non-energy use of fuels have been reported in the inventory; (f) Assessment of completeness, including information and explanations in relation to categories not estimated or included elsewhere, and information related to the geographical scope; (g) Information on uncertainties, as requested in paragraph 42 above; (h) Information on any recalculations relating to previously submitted inventory data, as requested in paragraphs 43 to 45 above, including changes in methodologies, sources of information and assumptions, in particular in relation to recalculations made in response to the review process; (i) Information on changes in response to the review process; (j) Information on the national inventory arrangements and changes to the national inventory arrangements, including a description of the institutional arrangements for inventory preparation, as well as information on verification as requested in paragraphs 40 and 41 above and on QA/QC as requested in paragraph 46 above. 51.
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REPLY OF THE GREEK GOVERNMENT TO THE WRITTEN STATEMENT MADE BY THE FEDERATION OF WESTERN THRACE TURKS IN EUROPE, GENEVA, 17 MARCH 2009
The provisions of the Treaty of Athens of 1913, which provided reciprocal and extensive minority rights for over 2 million Ottoman Greek Orthodox and approximately 650,000 Muslims of Greece, which did not embrace at that time the region of Thrace, have been superseded by the subsequent provisions of the Lausanne Peace Treaty of 1923 (Section II). (...) It is strongly believed that because of the benefits of the Law 3536/2007, the preachers and teachers of the Holy Koran will be in a better position to contribute more efficiently to the spiritual needs of their communities. The selection process of the preachers and teachers of the Holy Koran is deliberately presented in a distorted way since the Muftis and Muslim boards of examiners select the competent candidates.
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