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The General Assembly considered this item annually at its thirty-sixth to forty-first sessions (resolutions 36/38 , 37/8 , 38/37 , 39/47 , 40/60 and 41/5 ) and biennially since its forty-third session (resolutions 43/1 , 45/4 , 47/6 , 49/8 , 51/11 , 53/14 , 55/4 , 57/36 and 59/3 ). (...) Document: Report of the Secretary-General (resolution 61/5 ) References for the sixty-first session (agenda item 108 (b)) Report of the Secretary-General A/61/256/Add.1 , part five Draft resolution A/61/L.5 and Add.1 Plenary meetings A/61/PV.38 and 39 Resolution 61/5 Related links : United Nations System Asian-African Legal Consultative Organization Source: A/63/100 Quick Links Functions and Powers UN Journal News Key Documents Charter of the United Nations Rules of Procedure Resolutions Related Sites General Assembly President General Assembly Affairs Protocol Resources Documents Search Media Arrangements Delegates' Handbook     Copyright | Terms of Use | Privacy Notice | Site Index | Fraud Alert | Contact Us
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In line with the procedures established by the Board at its forty-fifth session (IDB.45/Dec.16), the Enlarged Bureau of the Board shall review the present applications of, and information on, the NGOs referred to in the annex to the present document at its meeting prior to the forty-ninth session and submit its recommendations to the Bureau of the Board. (...) The General Meeting is held once every five years. The Chairperson calls for the General Meeting which can only be convened with more than two thirds of members present. (...) The Board consists of a chairperson and five members. The Board members serve pro-bono and are elected by the General Assembly, or – if a change in Board composition is warranted in between General Assembly meetings – through co-option by Board members.
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A/S-29/2 Letter dated 12 September 2014 from the Secretary-General to the President of the General Assembly A/S-29/3 Note by the Secretariat on the Framework of action for the follow-up to the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development beyond 2014 A/S-29/4 Note by the Secretariat on Recurrent themes and key elements identified during the sessions of the Commission on Population and Development A/S-29/5 Note by the Secretariat on the Report of the Commission on Population and Development on its forty-seventh session A/S-29/6 Report of the Credentials Committee 69th Session A/69/122 Recurrent themes and key elements identified during the sessions of the Commission on Population and Development A/69/62* Framework of actions for the follow-up to the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development beyond 2014 * Reissued for technical reasons on 28 July 2014. A/INF/69/4/Rev.1 Revised Information note for delegations A/INF/69/4 Information note for delegations A/S-29/5 Note by the Secretariat on the Report of the Commission on Population and Development on its forty-seventh session (see also E/2014/25 Report on the 47th Session of the Commission on Population and Development under 'Economic and Social Council') 68th Session A/68/493 Preparations for the special session of the General Assembly on the follow-up to the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development beyond 2014 67th Session A/RES/67/250 Organization of the special session of the General Assembly on the follow-up to the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development beyond 2014 65th Session A/RES/65/234 Follow-up to the International Conference on Population and Development beyond 2014 21st Special Session A/S-21/7(SUPP) Resolutions and Decisions adopted by the General Assembly during it's twenty-first special session A/CONF.171/13/Rev.1 International Conference on Population and Development - ICPD - Programme of Action Economic and Social Council E/2014/25-E/CN.9/2014/7 Report on the 47th Session of the Commission on Population and Development E/CN.9/2014/3 World demographic trends E/CN.9/2014/4 Framework of action for the follow-up to the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development beyond 2014 E/CN.9/2014/4/Corr.1 Framework of action for the follow-up to the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development beyond 2014 - Corrigendum A/S-29/5 Note by the Secretariat on the Report of the Commission on Population and Development on its forty-seventh session (see also E/2014/25 Report on the 47th Session of the Commission on Population and Development under 'Economic and Social Council') Letters of the President of the General Assembly 02 October 2014 Letter by the President concerning sub-item (b) of Agenda item 13 entitled “Follow-up to the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development 14 August 2014 Revised final list of non-governmental organizations not in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council, civil society organizations, academic institutions, youth groups and the private sector who may participate in the special session 13 August 2014 List of proposed speakers of the five representatives of non-governmental organizations in consultative status with ECOSOC 8 August 2014 Final list of non-governmental organizations not in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council, civil society organizations, academic institutions, youth groups and the private sector who may participate in the special session 30 July 2014 List of non-governmental organizations in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council and list of other relevant non-governmental organizations not in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council, civil society organizations, academic institutions, youth groups and the private sector who may participate in the special session Inputs and contributions ST/ESA/SER.A/354 Concise Report on the World Population Situation 2014 Ten key findings World Population Situation 2014 PowerPoint World Population Situation 2014 Vol.
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Nassir Abdulaziz Al-Nasser, regrets that he could not join you for today’s opening of the Forty-Fifth session of the Commission on Population and Development. (...) In this context, it is important that this forty-fifth session of the Commission would discuss the national experience in population matters focusing on adolescents and youth. (...) Back then, in 1985, young people between the ages of 15 and 24 in the world numbered just under 933 million, compared to over 1.2 billion today. Five out of six of these young people live in the developing world, and this proportion is expected to continue to increase over the coming decades.
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Score: 1030606.9 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...PD45_PGA-opening-statement.pdf
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  FORTY-FIVE/1 24 November 1989 Limited Distribution       CONTRACTING PARTIES Forty-Fifth Session December 1989       INFORMATION CIRCULAR   1. (...) The Chairman has requested that delegates aim not to exceed five minutes, which normally represents about two pages typed in single spacing. (...) The task of the Secretariat, in particular of the interpreters, the Summary Records Officer and the Information Officer, will be greatly facilitated if five copies of the texts are supplied to the Summary Records Officer as long in advance as possible.
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Score: 1024120.3 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/HTM/5-1.RFT.HTM
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Some highlights of the Declaration   Seventeen of the forty-five articles of the Declaration address indigenous culture and how to protect and promote it, by respecting the direct input of indigenous peoples in decision-making, and allowing for resources, such as those for education in indigenous languages and other areas.   Fifteen of the forty-six articles of the Declaration call for indigenous peoples’ participation in all decisions that will affect their lives, including meaningful participation in a democratic polity.  
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Score: 1024084.2 - https://www.un.org/development...genous-peoples-14-years-later/
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Pursuant to its decision 46/101, the Commission held a high-level round table which focused on " Gaps and challenges in measuring progress in the context of the review and appraisal and implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action and the outcome of the twenty-third special session of the General Assembly at the Commission on the Status of Women at its forty-ninth session in 2005 ". The round table was held on Monday, 1 March 2004, at 3 p.m. in the Economic and Social Council Chamber. (...) The following were elected for a term of two years (forty-eighth and forty-ninth sessions, 2004-2005:) Ms. (...) Feride Acar Chairperson, CEDAW   Back to top Press Releases [12 March 2004] WOMEN’S COMMISSION ADOPTS AGREED CONCLUSIONS ON MEN’S ROLE IN ACHIEVING GENDER EQUALITY, WOMEN’S EQUAL PARTICIPATION IN CONFLICT PREVENTION, Concludes 48th Session [11 March 2004] WOMEN’S COMMISSION APPROVES DRAFT RESOLUTION ON PALESTINIAN WOMEN, HOSTAGE-TAKING, AFGHAN WOMEN, INSTRAW [10 March 2004] COMMISSION ON STATUS OF WOMEN HEARS INTRODUCTION OF DRAFT RESOLUTION ON GENDER MAINSTREAMING, REVITALIZATION OF WOMEN’S INSTITUTE [9 March 2004] WOMEN’S COMMISSION HEARS INTRODUCTION OF FIVE DRAFT RESOLUTIONS ON HOSTAGES, PALESTINIAN WOMEN, AFGHAN WOMEN, HIV/AIDS, COMMUNICATIONS [5 March 2004] REVIEW OF 1995 BEIJING ACTION PLAN SHOULD FOCUS ON NATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION, AVOID LENGTHY NEGOTIATIONS, WOMEN’S COMMISSION TOLD [4 March 2004] DELEGATES TO WOMEN’S COMMISSION STRESS NEED TO ENGAGE MALES IN ELIMINATING STEREOTYPES, DISCRIMINATION [3 March 2004] DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS, PEACE PROCESS REQUIRE WOMEN’S EQUAL PARTICIPATION TO SUCCEED, WOMEN’S COMMISSION TOLD [2 March 2004] WOMEN’S EQUAL PARTICIPATION IN PEACE PROCESSES, MEN’S ROLE IN ACHIEVING GENDER EQUALITY ADDRESSED BY WOMEN’S COMMISSION IN TWO PANEL DISCUSSIONS [1 March 2004] ROLE OF MEN, BOYS IN ACHIEVING GENDER EQUALITY, WOMEN’S ROLE IN CONFLICT PREVENTION THEMES FOR WOMEN’S COMMISSION, AS TWO-WEEK SESSION OPENS NGO Participation Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) which are accredited to, and in good standing with, the Economic and Social Council were eligible to designate representatives to attend the session.
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Score: 1023571.1 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/48sess.htm
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From 27 February until 4 March 2015, the Master Trainers and FAO’s own Integrated Livestock-based Livelihoods Support Program (ILBLSP) jointly organized the second RuralInvest training among forty-five local service providers. Through the Livestock and Agricultural Marketing Project (LAMP) and funded by the Global Agricultural and Food Security Program (GAFSP), this project offers assistance to farmers through project proposals developed by the RuralInvest toolkit in Mongolia. (...) Next, in April 2015, the Master Trainers organized a demanding two-day RuralInvest training program for twenty-five lecturers of the School of Economic and Business at the Mongolian University of Life Sciences. (...) In the Yaruu and Tsetsen-Uul counties of the Zavkhan province, two Master Trainers conducted a seminar for fifty-seven local people. Zavkhan is one of five provinces selected by the World Bank project.
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Score: 1022903.6 - https://www.fao.org/support-to...tment/news/detail/en/c/382349/
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In its resolution 1999/55, the Council urged its functional commissions to enhance coordination and complementarity among the five-year reviews. The Council decided to review follow-up by the functional commissions of decisions and recommendations of the Council addressed to them. (...) Council resolution 1999/55, "Integrated and coordinated implementation of and follow-up to major United Nations conferences and summits" Council resolution 1999/55   Action taken by the Commission/ recommendations for further action Operative para. 3: "... encourages the bureaux of the preparatory committees for the forthcoming five-year reviews of the Fourth World Conference on Women and of the World Summit for Social Development to consult with one another to avoid duplication and ensure cross-fertilization of ideas;"   A joint meeting of the bureaux of the two preparatory committees had been planned for mid-October 1999 but was postponed because of the work of the General Assembly; efforts continue to schedule a meeting. (...) The Commission has before it at its forty-fourth session the final assessment of the implementation of the plan.
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Score: 1022754.2 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/ecn6-2000-5.htm
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Aarhus membership climbs to forty: Germany to become 40th Party to environmental rights treaty Site map  Home About UNECE Programmes Information Meetings Contact Us United Nations Economic Commission for Europe Press Release [Index] [Franais] AARHUS MEMBERSHIP CLIMBS TO FORTY: Germany to become 40th Party to environmental rights treaty Geneva, 18 January 2007 -- Germany has become the latest country to ratify the Aarhus Convention on Access to Information, Public Participation in Decision-making and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). (...) Article 20 of the Convention states that the Convention enters into force for a State on the ninetieth day after the date of deposit of the State’s instrument of ratification, at which point it becomes a Party. 2 The UNECE region encompasses the whole of Europe and five Central Asian countries, as well as Canada, Israel and the United States.
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Score: 1019681.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2007/07env_p03e.htm
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