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Thank you 18 very much. 19 Well, let's look at the position of the Defence. What are the 20 guarantees we are dealing -- talking about here? You said that the 21 Government of Croatia at first said -- provided guarantees but then 22 decided to withdraw these guarantees. Are you going to contact the 23 government to ask for further guarantees or new guarantees? Or do you 24 think -- or how do you think we should go about this issue? (...) I can perhaps try once again to obtain such guarantees. And 16 if the Chamber can wait with a decision on the motion, I could perhaps try 17 once again to obtain the guarantees from the government and provide the 18 Chamber with the guarantees as soon as possible.
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Score: 624181 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/ljubicic/trans/en/041125SC.htm
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article The Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumer Affairs Council adopts European Child Guarantee EPSCO has adopted the European Commission proposal on establishing a European Child Guarantee DSoldo/UNICEF Available in: Hrvatski English The Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumer Affairs Council (EPSCO) has adopted the Commission proposal on establishing a European Child Guarantee. The aim of the recommendation is to prevent and combat social exclusion of children in need by guaranteeing access to a set of key services, thereby also helping to uphold the rights of the child by combating child poverty and fostering equal opportunities. (...) The Child Guarantee puts into practice Principle 11 of the European Pillar of Social Rights, on childcare and support for children.
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Score: 624123.2 - https://www.unicef.org/croatia...dopts-european-child-guarantee
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The Expert Group might wish to guide the secretariat on how to resolve the following discrepancies: 1. Declaration - Guarantee 27. Figure 1.17 of the eTIR Functional specifications shows that a declaration can refer to multiple guarantees. This is confirmed in the definitions of the messages in Chapter 2.5, Informal document GE.1 No.6 (2020) 5 e.g. in message E9, the cardinality of the guarantee is 0..unbounded. However, Figure 1.18 show that a TIR operation refers to one and only one guarantee. (...) Informal document GE.1 No.6 (2020) 6 Annex I Revised error code list (CL99) CL99 Code Name Description 100 Bad Message The message is invalid and there is no additional precision on the error 101 Missing Parameter A required parameter is missing in the message 102 Invalid Domain Value Parameter A parameter is outside a defined list of accepted values 103 Malformed Date A parameter holding a date cannot be properly converted 151 Condition C001 failure The condition C001 is not fulfilled 152 Condition C002 failure The condition C002 is not fulfilled 154 Condition C004 failure The condition C004 is not fulfilled 155 Condition C005 failure The condition C005 is not fulfilled 158 Condition C008 failure The condition C008 is not fulfilled 200 Bad State The state of an internal object is invalid and there is no additional precision on the error 201 Guarantee not acceptable The guarantee is not in a state that allow to accept it 202 Holder status exception The state of the holder is not what it should have been to realize the current operation 203 Guarantee not cancellable The state of the guarantee does not allow for cancellation 204 Guarantee already registered The guarantee has already been registered 205 Guarantee already cancelled The guarantee is already cancelled or the request to cancel it has already been sent 210 Operation already started The operation is already started 211 Operation already terminated The operation is already terminated 212 Operation already discharged The operation is already discharged 213 Operation not yet started The operation is not yet started 220 Declaration not yet received The operation cannot start because the declaration was not received 299 Duplicate message The same message was already received from the same source 300 Bad Operation An invalid operation was performed and there is no additional precision on the error 301 Guarantee not found The guarantee was not found in the database 302 Guarantee chain not found The guarantee chain was not found in the database 303 Guarantee type not found The guarantee type was not found in the database 304 Customs Office not found The customs office was not found in the database 305 Country not found The country was not found in the database 306 Control type not found The control type was not found in the database 320 Holder/Guarantee mismatch The holder id parameter and the guarantee reference parameter do not match what is recorded in the database 321 Holder not authorized The holder is not authorized in the International TIR Data Bank (ITDB) Informal document GE.1 No.6 (2020) 7 CL99 Code Name Description 330 Guarantee chain not authorized The guarantee chain is not authorized in the database 331 Guarantee chain/Guarantee mismatch The guarantee chain code parameter and the guarantee reference parameter do not match what is recorded in the database 332 Guarantee type/Guarantee mismatch The guarantee type parameter and the guarantee reference parameter do not match what is recorded in the database 400 eTIR Problem An internal error in the eTIR international system occurred and there is no additional precision on the error Informal document GE.1 No.6 (2020) 8 Annex II Draft interface for the ITDB customs offices database 2.5.1 Classes (English Only) s.
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Score: 623919.7 - https://unece.org/DAM/trans/bc...ch/documents/2020/id20-06e.pdf
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In the meantime, if an unregistered guarantee is used for a TIR transport, customs administrations can use the web services or consult the web application developed by the guarantee chain; Informal document GE.1 No.9 (2018) 11 1.2.1.2 Cancel guarantee Potential problems: (a) The guarantee chain system is not functioning; (b) The connection between the guarantee chain system and the eTIR international system is broken; (c) The eTIR international system is not functioning. (...) Fallbacks: (a) (a) To request the status of a guarantee, customs authorities can consult the web application developed by the guarantee chain. (...) (b) (a) To request the status of a guarantee, customs authorities can use the web services or consult the web application developed by the guarantee chain.
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Score: 623878.96 - https://unece.org/DAM/trans/bc...ch/documents/2018/id18-09e.pdf
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Twitter YouTube Facebook LinkedIn Flickr Instagram RSS feeds ILO home About the ILO Newsroom News EU-wide youth guarantees: ILO at the ready ... Youth employment crisis EU-wide youth guarantees: ILO at the ready The ILO will cooperate with the European Commission in tackling the employment crisis facing young people, including through youth guarantee schemes. (...) Youth guarantees can be effective in reducing unemployment and discouragement among young people." (...) If well-designed and targeted, the youth guarantees can reach disadvantaged youth and keep them connected to the labour market,” adds Berar Awad.
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Score: 622950.3 - https://www.ilo.org/global/abo...WCMS_209283/lang--en/index.htm
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PowerPoint Presentation Error Codes TIR Secretariat – GE.1 30th, 18-19 September 2019  Context – Problem – Proposal  Taking a step back  Error Families  Validation of message/parameters  Workflow related problems  Other functional problems  eTIR internal problems  New Error Codes Proposal  Example  Benefits Outline 2  Context – experience acquired after several years of implementation of the eTIR international system through different pilots and the recent investment in IT staff  Problem – The current code list for error codes (CL99) is not adapted to an effective error reporting mechanism  Proposal – Design a new code list for error codes that would be specific to the eTIR international system Context – Problem – Proposal 3  eTIR specific Code lists are common in the Reference Model:  CL08 – Seal type code  CL09 – Reply type code  CL14 – Indicator  CL17 – Amendment code  CL22 – Guarantee status  CL23 – Holder status  CL24 – Control result code  CL25 – Control type code  CL26 – Message types  CL27 – Termination type code Taking a step back 4  Objective: validate the message request against the eTIR Specifications  The structure of the message Examples with I1 – Accept Guarantee: • If there is no Guarantee element (which is mandatory) • If the message is malformed • If the sender is not authorized to send a message to the eTIR international system  The type and length of the parameters Example with I7 – Record Advance TIR Data: • If the SequenceNumeric of the ConsignmentItem is not an Integer Example with I1 – Accept Guarantee: • If the ID of the guarantee element is above 35 characters Error Families Validation of message/parameters 5  Objective: validate the sequence of the messages as per established workflows Examples with I11 – Terminate TIR Operation: • It can only be accepted if there is a TIR operation that has been started Examples with the Guarantee workflow: Error Families Workflow related problems 6  Objective: validate any other type of functional and business rules  Pre-requisites Examples with I9 – Start TIR Operation: • The guarantee must already exist • The guarantee must have been accepted  Verifications during the treatment of the message Examples with I9 – Start TIR Operation: • The holder must be authorized  Verification of the Rules and Conditions (from the eTIR Specifications) Error Families Other functional problems 7  Objective: catch any internal error and always return a response  Components of the eTIR international system not available • The database is not available • The ITDB is not available • The message archiving system is not available  Rejection from the Database based on its constraints, not handled (yet) in the code  Unknown issues (bugs) Error Families eTIR internal problems 8  New Error Code list: CL28  Based on Error Codes best practices (HTTP Return Codes)  Three digits for all error codes (0-99 are not used)  A code range for each Error Family. Ex: 100-199 for the validation of messages  With a default error for each family  A comprehensive list of errors will gradually be assembled New Error Codes Proposal 9 Code Range Description Default Code 1XX (100-199) Validation of the message and its parameters 100 - Bad Message 2XX (200-299) Workflow related problems 200 - Bad State 3XX (300-399) Other functional problems 300 - Wrong Operation 4XX (400-499) eTIR Internal Problems 400 - eTIR Problem  Several types of errors can be returned from a request  With I1: Accept Guarantee  If the ReferenceID is missing, we have a validation error: code returned 1XX  If the guarantee is already “In Use”, we have a guarantee workflow error: code returned 2XX  If the holder is excluded / not active, we have a functional error: code returned 3XX  If everything else is correct but the database cannot be updated with the new guarantee status, the eTIR international system has an internal problem: code returned 4XX Example 10  Specific error codes to the eTIR international system  Much easier for stakeholders to implement their interconnection with eTIR and treat problems  Will facilitate the support given from the TIR Secretariat to the Customs Authorities  A consistent error scheme: 3 digits for all errors and default values  A semantic value added with the code ranges for the different error families  New code list (CL28) could be mapped with the existing error codes list (CL99) Benefits 11 Sébastien Galtier For the IT Team of the TIR Secretariat UNECE 18-19/09/2019, Budapest Thank you!
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Score: 622789.6 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...cuments/2019/Galtier190919.pdf
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Castillo about the EU Child Guarantee Regina M. Castillo, UNICEF Representative in Croatia talks about pilot programme Testing of the Child Guarantee implemented in seven countries Read the story Article Workshops Growing Up Together Count Us In Plus in Medjimurje “In the workshops, we spend quality time with children and watch how they learn and develop!” Read the story Photo Essay Access to expert support for every child! The EU Child Guarantee aims to guarantee every child and every parent access to experts and key services, no matter who they are or where they live See the story Page The EU Child Guarantee: Breaking the cycle of disadvantage Phase III of the Preparatory action for the EU Child Guarantee Visit the page Report EU Child Guarantee: Programmatic Update June 2021 n initiative of the European Commission for every child See the full report Article EPSCO has adopted EU Child Guarantee EU Child Guarantee was unanimously adopted by EPSCO Read the story Photo Essay “Krenimo zajedno” ECEC Play Hub and Toy Library The aim of EU Child Guarantee programme is to ensure that no child, regardless of the conditions they live in, feels excluded or unable to do something See the story Page Earthquakes in Croatia UNICEF response and how to get involved Visit the page Press release 30 December 2020 Help children affected by earthquakes! (...) Visit the page Page Childhood Guardians Find out how to become a regular UNICEF donor Visit the page Press release 21 January 2022 Education has a key role in building a more just and prosperous society Visit the page Page Results for children 2021 Find out what UNICEF and donors have achieved for the youngest in 2021 Visit the page Article Series of dedicated webinars within EU Child Guarantee Child and Adolescent Participation webinar Read the story Article Point of access to early childhood intervention Pilot-programme EU Child Guarantee emphasizes the importance of access to early childhood intervention services Read the story Load more items What we do Programme Early child development Why the first three are the most important for the development of every child Explore our work Programme How we support children with disabilities Children with disabilities need support from the society in which they grow up Explore our work Programme Support to families I have learned a number of simple ways to make both me and my child happy.
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Score: 622789.6 - https://www.unicef.org/croatia/en
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The forum gave to the young people the opportunity to share their views on the implementation of the Council Recommendation on the European Child Guarantee with government representatives. What the young researchers have found so far, you can see and hear in the following video: UNICEF Bulgaria/2022 Child participation With support from the National Network for Children, children and young people from the three districts where the “European Child Guarantee” is being piloted in Bulgaria - Burgas, Sliven and Stara Zagora - are engaged in the implementation of the pilot project. They conduct their own research on the main topics of the Child Guarantee - access to quality healthcare, education, childcare, decent housing and adequate nutrition, which will be presented and discussed at national and local level. (...) Related topics Youth Youth engagement Adolescent and youth participation Youth media Bulgaria More to explore Article Working together as a Team for Alex Alex's story is part of the pilot implementation of the European Child Guarantee in Bulgaria Read the story Article 30 kindergartens - prepared for children with disabilities Staff of pilot kindergartens are participating in trainings under the project for pilot testing of the EU Child Guarantee in Bulgaria Read the story Article 330 vulnerable families supported by EU Child Guarantee A total of 21 additional social workers and assistants were employed with the different social services for prevention and support of children and families Read the story Document Pilot testing of the EU “Child Guarantee” in Bulgaria Brochure with information on Phase III of the Preparatory Action Get the document Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports News and stories Take action About UNICEF Situation of the children in Bulgaria Ambassadors Champions for the children Child rights Partners Campaigns Шампиони за децата Donate Social Footer Secondary Contact Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 622335.5 - https://www.unicef.org/bulgari...opean-child-guarantee-bulgaria
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Roche USAID DCA 1 Unlocking Credit to Spur Energy Investments: The Development Credit Authority Ed Roche Office of Development Credit US Agency for International Development Commission for Sustainable Development 15 May 1, 2007 2 Domestic Credit Provided by the Banking Sector (as a percentage of GDP) 161% 79% 48% High-income Middle-income Low-Income Importance of Credit 2 3 Impact of Credit Guarantees Risk Perception Collateral Requirements Longer-term Financing Importance of Credit 4 • True private sector risk-sharing • Leverages local capital and financial resources • 50% guarantees reduce Moral Hazard • Sustainability Development Credit Authority (DCA) Guiding Principles 3 5 • Additionality; Guarantor of Last Resort • Demonstration Effect • DCA most effective when linked to TA or Policy Reform Guiding Principles Development Credit Authority (DCA) 6 DCA Guarantees Worldwide The DCA portfolio of 158 guarantees spans 46 countries. (...) Africa (Reg.) 1 Asia & Near East (10) Bangladesh 1 Egypt 2 India 4 Indonesia 1 Jordan 2 Morocco 11 Philippines 2 Sri Lanka 1 Vietnam 3 West Bank/Gaza 1 Europe & Eurasia (14) Albania 1 Armenia 3 Bosnia 4 Bulgaria 6 Croatia 2 Georgia 4 Kazakhstan 2 Kosovo 1 Kyrgyzstan 1 Moldova 7 Romania 1 Russia 3 Serbia 1 Ukraine 3 Latin AmericaLatin America & Caribbean (12)& Caribbean (12) Ecuador 3 El Salvador 2 Grenada 1 Guatemala 5 Haiti 2 Honduras 6 Jamaica 3 Mexico 2 Nicaragua 5 Panama 1 Peru 8 Regional 2 Portfolio 4 7 DCA Guarantees by Sector $188Agriculture $292SME $1,112TOTAL $6Education $6Health $27Environment $58Energy $70Water $105Infrastructure $151Housing $210Microfinance FY2006 (in $ M)Sector 1% 0% 2% 5% 6% 9% 14% 17% 19% 27% Portfolio 8 Energy infrastructure financed in a variety of ways… • Traditional – Grants – Loans – Bonds • Less Traditional – Microfinance Financing energy effectively and efficiently requires using all of these methods and more 5 9 Examples of credit support USAID Loan Portfolio Guarantee ESCO/ End User ESCO/ End User ESCO/ End User Identified Lender Increasing Access to Finance – Energy Efficiency 10 Examples of credit support USAID Loan Portfolio Guarantee Energy SME Community/ End User Operating contract/ Concessionaire Identified Lender Increasing Access to Finance – Energy Access 6 11 Bond Investors Funds USAID Bond Guarantee Bonds Utility Projects Bond Issuance – System Expansion & Upgrading Examples of credit support 12 Special Purpose Vehicle (The Special Purpose Vehicle pools government grants and private funds to on-lend to a group of low to high creditworthy utilities) Government/ DonorLender Grant or other supportFunds USAID Guarantee Debt Service LoanLoan Loan Utility Utility Utility Pooled Loan Facility Examples of credit support 7 13 Microfinancing Household Connections Examples of credit support Households without electricity Connection Loan for Connection Repayment of loan once connected and receiving electricity Installs Household Connection USAID Loan Guarantee Lender Repayment Loan Electric Utility (1st identifies potential households) Microfinance Institution 14 Concessionaire Examples of credit support LoanUSAID Loan (Portable) Guarantee Repayment Operator/Green IPP (Un) Identified Lender 8 15 • Private financing is the final hurdle – Critical precursor: Reliable revenue flow – Utilities must improve management, governance and political support for tariffs • Financing must allocate risks efficiently – Grants and soft loans are not ends but means • Financing should be considered for all energy markets, not only utilities Conclusion
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Score: 622335.5 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev/csd/csd15/lc/usaid_dca.pdf
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Guidelines Guidelines to analyze the performance of national youth guarantees The aim of these guidelines is to provide member States with a template framework for the collection and analysis of monitoring data on all the policy areas of the Youth Guarantee. This template uses, as far as possible, the indicators designed by the European framework for monitoring and evaluating the Youth Guarantee and provide suggestions on how to exploit existing administrative and household-based data for analyzing progress. Type: Report Date issued: 07 December 2015 Download: Guidelines to analyze the performance of national youth guarantees pdf - 1.4 MB Tags: youth employment, youth unemployment, youth Regions and countries covered: Europe, Global Tools A A+ A++ Print Share this content in See also Project EC-ILO Action on the Youth Guarantee Web pages Youth Employment in the European Union European Commission - Youth Guarantee ILO's Youth Employment website © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 622286.8 - https://www.ilo.org/employment...WCMS_544348/lang--en/index.htm
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