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Photo Essay: Documenting my Culture in its Truest Form | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Türkçe Українська UN Chronicle Toggle navigation Home About us Search Chronicle Conversations Archives » Article archives Issue archives Contact Coronavirus (COVID-19) Photo Essay: Documenting my Culture in its Truest Form About the author Wayne Quilliam Wayne Quilliam is recipient of Australia's 2009 National Indigenous Artist of the Year Award and the 2009 Human Rights Media Award. (...) Aboriginal Australia is a progressive modern community that continues its link with the Earth and traditional practices whilst evolving and adapting to twenty-first century culture." -- Wayne Quilliam Wayne Quilliam is recipient of Australia's 
2009 National Indigenous Artist of the Year, awarded in recognition of his continuous service to indigenous people throughout the world. (...) The UN Chronicle is grateful to Mr. Quilliam for his permission to freely reproduce these images in its pages and online.  
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Photo Essay: Documenting my Culture in its Truest Form | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Türkçe Українська UN Chronicle Toggle navigation Home About us Search Chronicle Conversations Archives » Article archives Issue archives Contact Coronavirus (COVID-19) Photo Essay: Documenting my Culture in its Truest Form About the author Wayne Quilliam Wayne Quilliam is recipient of Australia's 2009 National Indigenous Artist of the Year Award and the 2009 Human Rights Media Award. (...) Aboriginal Australia is a progressive modern community that continues its link with the Earth and traditional practices whilst evolving and adapting to twenty-first century culture." -- Wayne Quilliam Wayne Quilliam is recipient of Australia's 
2009 National Indigenous Artist of the Year, awarded in recognition of his continuous service to indigenous people throughout the world. (...) The UN Chronicle is grateful to Mr. Quilliam for his permission to freely reproduce these images in its pages and online.  
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Score: 1256455.9 - https://www.un.org/en/node/26795
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In March 2017, ICAO adopted the aircraft CO2 emissions Standard, which is the first such standard adopted by any global industry and ICAO is grateful to all ICAO States, industry and international organizations working together to make this happen. (...) One of ACT-CORSIA’s key components is the Buddy Partnerships, through which donor States provide tailored assistance to recipient States to support their CORSIA implementation, with a focus on the development and approval of emissions monitoring plans. As of today, more than 15 donor States have been supporting 95 recipient States throughout the - 2 - world. Building upon the successful first phase of CORSIA buddy partnerships, ICAO has started the second phase of CORSIA buddy partnerships that will focus on reporting and verification requirements under the CORSIA.
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Score: 1240452.1 - https://www.icao.int/environme...0%20ICAO%20statement_Final.pdf
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The first key point mentioned is that the Finance Committee wanted the fund raising strategy to be more aggressive in approach, to focus on diversifying, enlarging and solidifying the donor base: • more donors to get involved by giving small amounts, • not to exclude private donors and philanthropists, • encourage such individuals to become Board members as they would identify similar donors, • encourage countries such as China, India, Russia (as recipients) to become donors, • encourage businesses, banks and UN Foundations. (...) The Finance Committee should expect more involvement from Board members in specific areas, (such as Priority Action 1, Knowledge Management) or the receipt of more benefits in kind (especially from recipient countries, for example India), thus opening the door for Resource Mobilization. (...) Specifically, there will be intensive follow up with MacArthur, Norway, Sweden, UK and Netherlands. 4. Grateful for Gates' flexibility on current use of funds, but at present no further commitment for 2010 or 2011. 5.
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Score: 1240452.1 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/abou...ecommitteeminutes_teleconf.pdf
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Gyumi is one of the recipients of this year’s prestigious UN Human Rights Prize, an honorary award given to individuals and organizations in recognition of outstanding achievement in human rights. The award provides an opportunity to give recognition to the achievements of the recipients themselves and to send a clear message to human rights defenders all over the world that the international community is grateful for, and supports, their efforts to promote all human rights for everyone.
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Score: 1240452.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/stori...ner-2018-un-human-rights-prize
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General Courtesies: Grateful and appreciates invite and opportunity to contribute towards making the DCF more relevant and legitimate in thinking through and addressing development challenges; more particularly, achieving the MDGs by 2015. (...) Sector based conditionality can be agreed with recipient countries and applied as prior actions before funding becomes effective; access must not be denied by new conditionality during project implementation. o There is need to prioritise SSA and fragile and vulnerable states; and to urge for increased aid flows; these countries are lagging far behind on MDGs, IADGs and other home grown development aspirations. Yet expectations of their populations remain increasingly high and legitimate. o Recipient countries must commit to global principles, standards and best practices, including EITI for enhancing internal revenues, Paris declaration 4 and IATA for aid effectiveness and transparency; subject themselves to joint PEER reviews on aid effectiveness, etc. o DCF must continue with and build on gains made so far on global consultations.
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Score: 1231324.8 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/j...dcf_statement_sierra_leone.pdf
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Nino Marikina City, is one of the 100 recipients of hygiene kits distributed by UNICEF Philippines in partnership with Red Cross Philippines last August 28, 2020. (...) So when she got word that her family was one of the selected recipients of the hygiene kits, she was grateful for the assistance with the essential supplies they need to protect themselves against the coronavirus. (...) “Since the supplies are limited, we made the selection per sector to represent abused women, solo parents, the elderly who are taking care of their grandchildren, and persons with disabilities.” Most of the recipients are jobless and are beneficiaries of the 4Ps like Jihan’s family.
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Score: 1231324.8 - https://www.unicef.org/philipp...-covid-19-receive-hygiene-kits
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Greater mutual accountability between donors and recipients is imperative in order to enhance the effectiveness of aid. At present accountability is heavily weighted toward donors, i.e. there is need for more accountability by donors toward recipients. • The DAC/ODA peer review process for individual OECD donors should be widened formally to include recipient and other developing-country participation. • Accountability should be enhanced in each recipient country through more systematic monitoring and evaluation of donor performance. (...) Technical assistance is widely seen as ineffective and wasteful by recipients and some donors. Much more TA must be spent on local experts with greater local ownership and orientation, and more potential for local capacity building.
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Score: 1223324.5 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/second/62/rculpeper.pdf
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Contact us Get Involved Get Involved Latest Stories Asma Jahangir, winner, 2018 UN Human Rights Prize 18 December 2018 Share Asma Jahangir, former UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran, is one of the recipients of this year’s prestigious UN Human Rights Prize. (...) It provides an opportunity to give recognition to the achievements of the recipients themselves and to send a clear message to human rights defenders all over the world that the international community is grateful for, and supports, their efforts to promote all human rights for everyone.
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Score: 1209693.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/stori...ner-2018-un-human-rights-prize
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Madam President, South Africa is grateful to UNIDO for the creative initiatives, particularly the Programme for Country Partnership (PCPs) which were piloted on our continent with Ethiopia and Senegal being the recipient countries. (...) Madam President, It is my delegations’ considered view that the convening of the High Level Event on the Third Industrialization Decade for Africa in New York in September 2017 came at an opportune time in bringing together African Heads of State and Government as well as other high level dignitaries and Africa’s development partners to pave way for the implementation of this decade through a broad based, country owned process that leverages on financial and non- financial resources to complement the regional integration process. South Africa is grateful to Africa’s development partners and their constructive engagement through the UNIDO Donors Conference and other fora in supporting the African continent to industrialize with a view to achieving a socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable development thus laying the ground for decent employment, and access to high-quality, safe and affordable manufactured goods that are made within the continent.
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Score: 1209366.8 - https://www.unido.org/api/open...oad/8554880/unido-file-8554880
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