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Organizational and procedural matters 3. The forty-fifth session of the Board was held at UNIDO Headquarters, Vienna International Centre, from 27 to 29 June 2017 (five plenary meetings). (...) The Board decided to suspend rule 23, paragraph 3, and Appendix A with regard to the rotation of officers of the Board within a five-year cycle and to elect as President of the forty-fifth session a representative of the States in List C (GRULAC), as the next Group in line for the office. (...) GC.17/3 V.17-05644 10/26 Annex I Decisions adopted by the Board at its forty-fifth session Decision No. Title Page 1 Election of the President of the Industrial development Board 11 2 Utilization of available conference-servicing resources 11 3 Appointment of the Director General 11 4 Terms and conditions of appointment of the Director General 11 5 Annual Report 13 6 Report of the External Auditor for 2016 13 7 Financial situation of UNIDO 14 8 Scale of assessments, 2018-2019 14 9 Working Capital Fund for the biennium 2018-2019 15 10 JIU review of management and administration in UNIDO 15 11 Programme and budgets, 2018-2019 15 12 Medium-term programme framework, 2018-2021 16 13 UNIDO Independent Audit Advisory Committee 18 14 Preparations for the seventeenth session of the General Conference 19 15 Personnel matters 20 16 Appropriate procedures for reviewing the applications of non-governmental organizations for consultative status 21 17 Provisional agenda and date of the forty-sixth session 22 GC.17/3 11/26 V.17-05644 IDB.45/Dec.1 Election of the President of the Industrial Development Board The Industrial Development Board decided to suspend rule 23, paragraph 3, and Appendix A with regard to the rotation of officers of the Board within a five-year cycle and to elect as President of the forty-fifth session a representative of the States in List C (GRULAC), as the next Group in line for the office.
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Organizational and procedural matters 3. The forty-fifth session of the Board was held at UNIDO Headquarters, Vienna International Centre, from 27 to 29 June 2017 (five plenary meetings). (...) The Board decided to suspend rule 23, paragraph 3, and Appendix A with regard to the rotation of officers of the Board within a five-year cycle and to elect as President of the forty-fifth session a representative of the States in List C (GRULAC), as the next Group in line for the office. (...) GC.17/3 V.17-05644 10/26 Annex I Decisions adopted by the Board at its forty-fifth session Decision No. Title Page 1 Election of the President of the Industrial development Board 11 2 Utilization of available conference-servicing resources 11 3 Appointment of the Director General 11 4 Terms and conditions of appointment of the Director General 11 5 Annual Report 13 6 Report of the External Auditor for 2016 13 7 Financial situation of UNIDO 14 8 Scale of assessments, 2018-2019 14 9 Working Capital Fund for the biennium 2018-2019 15 10 JIU review of management and administration in UNIDO 15 11 Programme and budgets, 2018-2019 15 12 Medium-term programme framework, 2018-2021 16 13 UNIDO Independent Audit Advisory Committee 18 14 Preparations for the seventeenth session of the General Conference 19 15 Personnel matters 20 16 Appropriate procedures for reviewing the applications of non-governmental organizations for consultative status 21 17 Provisional agenda and date of the forty-sixth session 22 GC.17/3 11/26 V.17-05644 IDB.45/Dec.1 Election of the President of the Industrial Development Board The Industrial Development Board decided to suspend rule 23, paragraph 3, and Appendix A with regard to the rotation of officers of the Board within a five-year cycle and to elect as President of the forty-fifth session a representative of the States in List C (GRULAC), as the next Group in line for the office.
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The case for the transfer application shall not be heard after the elapse of five years of granting the protection unless the applicant's bad faith is established. (...) However, the protection period for trees shall be twenty five years. (d) The industrial model certificate protection period shall be ten years from the date of filing the application. (...) (c) An invention is deemed industrially applicable if it can be manufactured or used in any type of industry or agriculture, including handicrafts, fishing and services. Article Forty Five: In the application of provisions of this Law, the following shall not be regarded as inventions: (a) Discoveries, scientific theories and mathematical methods.
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Main menu About the ICTR The Genocide The Cases Documents News You are here Home » News News Five Judges Sworn In Press release | Fri, 09/17/2004 Five Judges were sworn in at a ceremony held today at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. (...) There are now eight female judges in the Trial Chambers. The arrival of these five judges will enable the Tribunal to commence trials in two cases involving five accused. (...) The commencement of these trials will bring the number of accused on trial to twenty-five and the number of persons whose trials have either been completed or are in progress to forty-eight.
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Main menu About the ICTR The Genocide The Cases Documents News You are here Home » News News Five Judges Sworn In Press release | Fri, 09/17/2004 Five Judges were sworn in at a ceremony held today at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. (...) There are now eight female judges in the Trial Chambers. The arrival of these five judges will enable the Tribunal to commence trials in two cases involving five accused. (...) The commencement of these trials will bring the number of accused on trial to twenty-five and the number of persons whose trials have either been completed or are in progress to forty-eight.
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If fertility rates have been approximately constant in the recent history of the population in question, if the reported fertilityhistories have not been substantially affected by migration, and if differential mortality accord- ing to the prolificacy of the woman has not had an impor- tant effect on the survival of mothers, the average number of children ever born to women past age forty-five or fifty equals total fertility. MOle precisely, the average number of children ever born per woman aged forty-five to forty- nine equals the total fertility of this cohort of women, which in turn is about the same as the total fertility of the population at the time of the census or survey, provided fertility rates in the population have been approximately constant. (...) In many censuses or demographic surveys the average number of children ever born increases too gradually with age, especially at ages above thirty or thirty-five, and indeed a common feature of many censuses is reported average numbers of children ever born that declinewith age above age forty-five 01 fifty. (...) Romaniuk, and E. van de Walle, The Demography of Tropical Africa (Princeton, Princeton University Press), (in press), chapter III. 31 ever born is very frequently a downward-biased estimate of the cumulative fertility experience of women over thirty or thirty-five, and the average parity of women past age forty-five or fifty, being typically understated, would usually provide an underestimate of total fertility.
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The workshop in Ethiopia is the third in the series of five such events the Division for the Advancement of Women is organizing for national machineries. (...) Venue and participants The five-day event will take place at the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. (...) On the final day, the results of the discussions in the meeting, strategies for the proposed prototype website, and the proposed framework for an e-based network, will be presented in plenary. Participants in the five-day meeting will convene in plenary as well as in working groups.
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During its forty-fifth session, the Committee adopted five statements: on the situation in Haiti (see annex IV), on the inclusion of Afghan women in the process of peacebuilding, security and reconstruction in Afghanistan (see annex V), on its relationship with parliamentarians (see annex VI) as well as with non-governmental organizations (see annex VII) and on the 15-year review of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action (see annex VIII). (...) Results of the Committee’s forty-fourth and forty-fifth sessions A. Reports considered by the Committee 4. (...) The Committee decided that the Secretariat should systematically remind States parties whose reports were five years or more overdue to submit their reports as soon as possible.
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The Chamber found that the Prosecution violated its disclosure obligations with respect to the late disclosure of the Mujkić Documents.53 The Chamber had previously concluded that 46 Forty-Third to Forty-Fifth Decision, para. 33; Fifty-Fifth Decision, para. 12. 47 Fifty-Fifth Decision, para. 12. 48 Forty-Third to Forty-Fifth Decision, para. 33. 49 Forty-Third to Forty-Fifth Decision, para. 33. 50 Forty-Third to Forty-Fifth Decision, para. 33. 51 Forty-Fourth Motion, Annex A, p. 99. 52 P2344 (Witness statement of KDZ020 dated 17 February 2011), para. 53 (under seal). 53 Forty-Ninth and Fiftieth Decision, para. 38; Fifty-Fifth Decision, paras. 10–11. (...) The Chamber found that the Prosecution violated its disclosure obligations with respect to the late disclosure of the Situation Report.61 However, the Chamber having reviewed the 54 Forty-Ninth and Fiftieth Decision, paras. 47–48; Fifty-Fifth Decision, para. 12. 55 Fifty-Fifth Decision, para. 12. 56 T. 12411–12413 (25 February 2011). 57 Forty-Third to Forty-Fifth Decision, para. 34. 58 Forty-Third to Forty-Fifth Decision, para. 35. 59 Forty-Third to Forty-Fifth Decision, para. 35. 60 T. 1259–1262 (15 April 2010). 61 Forty-Seventh Decision, para. 16. 59183 Case No. (...) The Chamber found that the Prosecution violated its disclosure obligations with respect to the late disclosure of the Statement.67 However, the Chamber having reviewed the Statement concluded that the Accused suffered no prejudice as a result of this violation given that its content was not of such significance and that its late disclosure did not have a detrimental impact on his cross-examination of witnesses.68 In reaching that conclusion the Chamber noted that the “Accused has already cross-examined witnesses regarding the arming of Muslims in Zvornik” and that he had an opportunity to elicit the favourable information contained in the Statement through another witness but failed to do so.69 The Chamber has also observed that five of the six witnesses have already testified or been questioned about the extent to which 62 Forty-Seventh Decision, para. 17. 63 Forty-Seventh Decision, para. 17. 64 Forty-Seventh Decision, para. 18. 65 T. 13752–13753, 13758–13759 (21 March 2011). 66 Response, para. 19. 67 Fifty-Ninth Decision, para. 10. 68 Fifty-Ninth Decision, para. 11. 69 Fifty-Ninth Decision, para. 11. 59182 Case No.
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Score: 1032841.4 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/karadzic/tdec/en/120120.pdf
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Review and Appraisal of the Beijing Platform for Action and the Outcome document of the Twenty-third special session of the General Assembly, March 2005 Home | Contact Us   About us Beijing and its Follow-up CSW ECOSOC General Assembly Expert Group Meetings Violence against Women Publications NGO Participation Technical Cooperation First World Conference Second World Conference Third World Conference Fourth World Conference Beijing Declaration Platform For Action Official Documents Statements By Governments Statements by United Nations and Inter-governmental Organizations Statements by Non-governmental Organizations The Platform for Action, DPI Brochure Photo Gallery Five-year Review and Appraisal Beijing+5 and beyond Documents Summaries of panel discussions Responses to Questionnaire Press kit Pre-session briefing Programme of Activities NGO participation Ten-year Review and Appraisal Overview Draft Provisional Agenda Official Documents Resolutions Statements High-Level Events NGO Participation Side/Parallel Events Questionnaire to Member States Responses Expert Group Meetings Regional Processes Relevant Links Beijing at Ten and Beyond Fifteen-year Review and Appraisal National level review of implementation Questionnaire Member States responses Regional 15-year review processes Regional reports Regional meetings Global 15-year review process in the 54th session of the Commission on the Status of Women Overview Documentation Interactive events Outcome Participation Commemoration of the 15th anniversary by the General Assembly Related intergovernmental processes Beijing and its Follow-up > Ten-year Review and Appraisal Ten-year Review and Appraisal of the implementation of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action and the outcome of the twenty-third special session of the General Assembly held during the forty-ninth session of the CSW, from 28 February to 11 March 2005 Background In the Political Declaration adopted in by the United Nations General Assembly at its twenty-third special session in June 2000, Member States agreed to "assess regularly further implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action with a view to bringing together all parties involved in 2005 to assess progress and consider new initiatives, as appropriate, ten years after the adoption of the Beijing Platform for Action". A review and appraisal of the implementation of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action adopted at the Fourth World Conference on Women (Beijing, 1995), and the outcome of the twenty-third special session of the General Assembly (2000), was mandated in the multi-year programme of work of the Commission on the Status of Women for its forty-ninth session in March 2005. The Commission considered two themes: "Review of the implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action and the outcome documents of the twenty-third special session of the General Assembly"; and "Current challenges and forward-looking strategies for the advancement and empowerment of women and girls" The review and appraisal by the Commission focused on implementation at national level and identify achievements, gaps and challenges and provided an indication of areas where actions and initiatives, within the framework of the Platform for Action and the outcome of the special session (Beijing+5), are most urgent to further implementation.    
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