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Comments made by Liechtenstein - Thank you for zero draft, good basis containing most of the important elements; many of our comments suggestions to reshuffle paragraphs to ensure that important elements are properly emphasized - welcome in particular good balance on clearly distinguishing between migrants and refugees on one hand and acknowledging their common challenges on the other - while declaration is not that long, we believe that we can further shorten text, make it more concise and less repetitive: • part 1 might not need to be so detailed, can be combined with what is now part 3 on principles to ensure safety and dignity for displaced persons • part 2 (table of contents) not really needed • if we keep part 2, titles need to be coherent - also suggest to move paras reaffirming for example the 1951 GVA convention to the first part - reaffirm that human rights and fundamental freedoms are applicable to all refugees and migrants - first part should also underline primary responsibility of every state to protect the people living within its boundaries, to respect their rights and freedoms and to create enabling environments - (which leads me to my next point) root causes need to be given much more attention > in first chapter, mention prominently early warning signs, namely human rights violations, preventive measures such as the SG’s initiative “Human Rights Up Front”, timely action by the Security Council and the Code of Conduct regarding Security Council action against genocide, crimes against humanity or war crimes - also on root causes, establish stronger linkages with the 2030 Agenda, and in particular SDG16 - have already said during the last round of informal consultations before the release of the zero draft that we strongly support steering the narrative in a positive direction, however, also need to recognize the effects large movements of migrants and refugees have on infrastructure of countries of destination – both in terms of services and facilities as well as in the social infrastructure - on structure, would suggest to move chapter on commitments for migrants and refugees before the one on migrants, so that we go from the more generally applicable principles to the more specific ones - thank you for first draft on GC on responsibility sharing for refugees, will comment on that during next consultations as we have not yet had time to look at it
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Score: 805976.03 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...6/Liechtenstein_30June2016.pdf
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Freedom of Association and the right to Collective Bargaining are fundamental rights for workers and employers to freely establish and join organizations of their own choosing, without fear of reprisal. Freedom of association and right to collective bargaining are fundamental rights in the workplace and important elements of democracy contributing to sustainable economic and social development. (...) While freedom of association is generally recognized as fundamental human rights and contributes to inclusive growth and development, challenges remain on its application.
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Score: 804888.77 - https://www.ilo.org/manila/are...WCMS_124609/lang--en/index.htm
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Freedom of association and collective bargaining Promoting the Effective Recognition and Implementation of the Fundamental Rights of Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining in the Philippines This project emanates from observations and concerns expressed by the ILO supervisory bodies regarding difficulties in the exercise of the fundamental rights of freedom of association and collective bargaining. (...) Project background This project emanates from observations and concerns expressed by the ILO supervisory bodies regarding difficulties in the exercise of the fundamental rights of freedom of association and collective bargaining. (...) Project strategy The project has three core elements: To increase the capacities of the Government’s labour authorities (Department of Labor and Employment and Philippine Economic Zone Authority), at the local and national level, to be better equipped to promote and realize the rights to freedom of association and collective bargaining.
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Score: 802521.88 - https://www.ilo.org/manila/pro...WCMS_180137/lang--en/index.htm
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Freedom of association and collective bargaining Promoting the Effective Recognition and Implementation of the Fundamental Rights of Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining in the Philippines This project emanates from observations and concerns expressed by the ILO supervisory bodies regarding difficulties in the exercise of the fundamental rights of freedom of association and collective bargaining. (...) Project background This project emanates from observations and concerns expressed by the ILO supervisory bodies regarding difficulties in the exercise of the fundamental rights of freedom of association and collective bargaining. (...) Project strategy The project has three core elements: To increase the capacities of the Government’s labour authorities (Department of Labor and Employment and Philippine Economic Zone Authority), at the local and national level, to be better equipped to promote and realize the rights to freedom of association and collective bargaining.
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Score: 802521.88 - https://www.ilo.org/manila/are...WCMS_180137/lang--en/index.htm
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Aviation security is fundamental to the health and growth of air transport around the world. (...) Ensuring coordination between the USAP, the Coordinated Assistance and Development and technical cooperation projects implies a cohesive, logical and harmonized approach, strengthening each element of the process, from auditing to the implementation of corrective measures and institutional development. (...) The second is to continually monitor and upgrade existing security processes to ensure they are commensurate with the level of threat identified, always keeping in mind the three elements of our strategy, again - preventing, combating and eradicating terrorism involving civil aviation, restoring public confidence in air travel and promoting the health of the air transport industry.
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Score: 801854.8 - https://www.icao.int/Documents...if/OSG_2007_SaudiArabia_en.pdf
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The Draft Articles achieve a good balance between, on the one hand, the imperatives of protecting human rights and facilitating international cooperation and, on the other, the importance of upholding the fundamental principle of State sovereignty and the primary role of the affected State in providing disaster relief assistance. 2 For these reasons, Portugal always defended that the result of this work of the Commission should be translated into an internationally legally binding instrument. (...) Portugal understands that the COVID-19 pandemic could fit this definition, as “a calamitous event”, “resulting in widespread loss of life, great human suffering and distress” and “causing serious disruption of the functioning of society”. 3 As such, we believe that it is timely to reflect on elements for an effective response to the needs of persons affected by this pandemic, including on the basis of the Draft Articles. Among those elements, which could be part of a future convention, could be the importance of ensuring cooperation amongst States, and of States with other relevant actors – such as the United Nations and the components of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, as mentioned in Draft Article 7.
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Score: 800349.1 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...s/disasters/12mtg_portugal.pdf
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But I think they’re missing the most important element in this, which is the public’s trust. Crisis response can be successful only if you are faithful to the fundamental values of your country. And those fundamental values of our very vibrant democracy are openness, transparency and full government accountability.” (...) We have to live with the risk and manage the risk, while ensuring and enabling the people to move about and respecting their fundamental human rights,” said Dr Kang.   Quick links Newsroom Emergencies Regional links Data Publications Campaigns Careers Help Contact us Email scams Privacy Integrity Hotline Privacy legal notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 799322.56 - https://www.who.int/australia/...the-republic-of-korea-response
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But I think they’re missing the most important element in this, which is the public’s trust. Crisis response can be successful only if you are faithful to the fundamental values of your country. And those fundamental values of our very vibrant democracy are openness, transparency and full government accountability.” (...) We have to live with the risk and manage the risk, while ensuring and enabling the people to move about and respecting their fundamental human rights,” said Dr Kang.   Quick links Newsroom Emergencies Regional links Data Publications Campaigns Careers Help Contact us Email scams Privacy Integrity Hotline Privacy legal notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 799322.56 - https://www.who.int/japan/news...the-republic-of-korea-response
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But I think they’re missing the most important element in this, which is the public’s trust. Crisis response can be successful only if you are faithful to the fundamental values of your country. And those fundamental values of our very vibrant democracy are openness, transparency and full government accountability.” (...) We have to live with the risk and manage the risk, while ensuring and enabling the people to move about and respecting their fundamental human rights,” said Dr Kang.   Quick links Newsroom Emergencies Regional links Data Publications Campaigns Careers Help Contact us Email scams Privacy Integrity Hotline Privacy legal notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 799322.56 - https://www.who.int/republicof...the-republic-of-korea-response
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We believe that civil society has a fundamental part to play on DRM by conducting innovative research, convening key stakeholders, sharing challenges and good practices, and holding governmental officials accountable for using additional revenue to fund better social services for children and families. We respectfully request language in this document reflecting the principle of civil society engagement on this essential element of the citizen –state compact. With the recent growth of the Addis Tax Initiative and country-level reporting to meet the Sustainable Development Goals this is an opportune moment to ensure that citizen voices are part of the conversation pressing for inclusive and equitable DRM efforts.
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Score: 799229.35 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...Save-the-Children_7Apr2017.pdf
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