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CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY, 1958
U N I T E D N A T I O N S S E C R E T A R L A T Expired under own terms i INFORMATION CIRCULAR To: Members of the Staff at Headquarters Subject: CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY, 1958 l Friday, 26 December 1953, has been designated as the further day during the Christinas season to be observed as a holiday in addition to Christmas Day. (...) Staff required to work on such days will be compensated in accordance with the normal conditions for holiday wcrk as set forth in Appendix B to Staff Rules 101.1 to 112.8.
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Score: 1235143.75 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=ST/ADM/SER.A/503&Lang=E
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HOLIDAY, 2 JANUARY 1959
U N I T E D N A T I O N S S E C R E T A R I A T Expired under own terms INFORMATION CIRCULAR To: Manners of the Staff at Headquarters Subject: HOLIDAY, 2 JANUARY 1959 The Secretary-General has decided that 2 January 1959 vill be observed as a further holiday during the current Christmas season* Executive and Administrative Officers should ensure that an adequate staff is in attendance on 2 January to deal with any urgent business that may arise* 8taff required to work on this day will be compensated in accordance with \be normal conditions for holiday work as set forth In Appendix B to Staff Rules 101.1 to 112*8. • (Signed) John McDiarmld Acting Director of Personnel ST/AIM/SER.A/5C8 16 December 195 58'30925
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Score: 1233973.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=ST/ADM/SER.A/508&Lang=E
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CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY, 1957
U N I T E D N A T I O N S S E C R E T A R I A T INFORMATION CIRCULAR To: Members of the Staff at Headquarters Christmas Holiday, 1957 Tuesday, 2b December 195?^has been designated as the further day during the Christmas season to be observed as a holiday in addition to Christmas Day. (...) Staff required to. work on such days will be compensated in accordance with the normal conditions for holiday work as set forth in Appendix B to Staff Rules 101.1 to 112.8
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Score: 1232806.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=ST/ADM/SER.A/438&Lang=E
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OFFICIAL HOLIDAYS, DECEMBER 1962
U N I T E D N A T I O N S S E C R E T A R I A T Expired under its own terms To: Members of the Staff at Headquarters From: The Director of Personnel Subject: OFFICIAL HOLIDAYS, DECEMBER 1962 1. In accordance with the provision of Staff Rule 101.3, the Secretary-General has designated one further day during the Christmas season to be observed as the eighth official holiday at Headquarters. 2. Having regard to the special circumstances of work this year, which included the resumed sixteenth session of the General Assembly, the Secretary- General has further decided to afford the staff at Headquarters an additional holiday during the month of December. 3. In order to ensure continued functioning of the Secretariat, Executive Officers will make arrangements to enable staff members in their departments or offices to observe these official holidays on any two out of the following three days: Monday, 2k December, Friday, 28 December, and Monday, 31 December 19 62, subject to the condition that essential services be maintained on all three days.
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Score: 1229423.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=ST/ADM/SER.A/810&Lang=E
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In the meantime, she can enjoy the holidays with her family. Paul Alcantara is a seasonal fishing laborer and construction worker. (...) Before COVID, he made his income as a seasonal fishing laborer from March to June, earning an average of Php 5 000 pesos per trip. (...) To make ends meet, he goes out to sea even during the typhoon season, risking his life. With the MPC he received through this SimEx, he will buy food for his family and maybe even some presents for his children this Christmas.
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Score: 1227733.2 - https://www.fao.org/philippines/news/detail/zh/c/1461115/
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INDICATORS MEASURING THE SUSTAINABILITY OF TOURISM : SEVERAL CONSIDERATIONS AND RESULTS FROM THE AUSTRIAN PERSPECTIVE : SUPPORTING PAPER / SUBMITTED BY STATISTICS AUSTRIA
· For the winter season 2001/2002 this ratio amounted to 1,035 whereas in the summer season 2002 only 32 nights spent per local resident could be reached. Similar discrepancies between summer and winter season are visible in other winter sport resorts like Untertauern, Lech and Ischgl. 44. (...) Regarding the concentration of nights spent during winter season, the importance of winter sport tourism for certain regions becomes evident. 54.
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Score: 1227562.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=CES/2005/30&Lang=E
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In August 2008 Australia announced it would pilot a In August 2008 Australia announced it would pilot a seasonal migration scheme with selected Pacific seasonal migration scheme with selected Pacific countries. (...) Represent 73% of the 6,969 people approved toapproved to that date on that date on ATRsATRs 75 clients had been granted 75 clients had been granted ATRsATRs, and 91% of the , and 91% of the workers were in three regionsworkers were in three regions Some initial reactionsSome initial reactions General sense in NZ amongst officials and General sense in NZ amongst officials and employers that the scheme is working well employers that the scheme is working well Nic MaclellanNic Maclellan’’s s independent assessment has independent assessment has identified some problemsidentified some problems Recent research in Vanuatu by Hammond and Recent research in Vanuatu by Hammond and Connell reports higher incomes appear to be Connell reports higher incomes appear to be focused on development initiatives focused on development initiatives Research on development impacts sponsored by Research on development impacts sponsored by World Bank is cautiously optimistic about scheme World Bank is cautiously optimistic about scheme reaching the poor reaching the poor RSE policyRSE policy Involves three government agencies sharing Involves three government agencies sharing responsibility for delivering the scheme responsibility for delivering the scheme MSD oversees registration of NZ employers and MSD oversees registration of NZ employers and ensures genuine need to recruit overseas labourensures genuine need to recruit overseas labour DoL DoL is responsible for all immigration aspects is responsible for all immigration aspects including compliance and monitoringincluding compliance and monitoring NZAID oversees agreements with Pacific NZAID oversees agreements with Pacific governments concerning recruitment and selection governments concerning recruitment and selection of workers, and monitors development impacts of of workers, and monitors development impacts of scheme on Pacific communitiesscheme on Pacific communities RSE processRSE process Employers seeking accreditation must meet several Employers seeking accreditation must meet several criteria, including paying half of workercriteria, including paying half of worker’’s return s return airfareairfare Once RSE status granted employers need an Once RSE status granted employers need an Agreement to Recruit (ATR) which also has several Agreement to Recruit (ATR) which also has several conditionsconditions Once ATR approved, employer can begin recruiting Once ATR approved, employer can begin recruiting either themselves or through a contractoreither themselves or through a contractor Workers must apply for Seasonal Work Visa offWorkers must apply for Seasonal Work Visa off-- shore and must meet several preshore and must meet several pre--departure criteriadeparture criteria RSE process cont.RSE process cont. Workers can remain in NZ for 7 months in any 11 Workers can remain in NZ for 7 months in any 11 month periodmonth period Workers from Kiribati and Tuvalu can be granted a Workers from Kiribati and Tuvalu can be granted a permit for up to 9 monthspermit for up to 9 months Workers can return in subsequent seasons, subject Workers can return in subsequent seasons, subject to demandto demand Workers cannot transition to residenceWorkers cannot transition to residence Of the 5,079 RSE workers 1,700 from Vanuatu, 1,400 Of the 5,079 RSE workers 1,700 from Vanuatu, 1,400 from Tonga and Samoa and 170 from Kiribati and from Tonga and Samoa and 170 from Kiribati and TuvaluTuvalu PrePre--departure trainingdeparture training A condition of the InterA condition of the Inter--Agency Understandings is Agency Understandings is creation of a workcreation of a work--ready pool and preready pool and pre--departure departure training training Many aspects of work conditions in New Zealand, Many aspects of work conditions in New Zealand, the taxation system, medical insurance etc not the taxation system, medical insurance etc not common in islandscommon in islands The issue of transferring funds The issue of transferring funds ---- not something not something employers in NZ required to organise.employers in NZ required to organise.
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Score: 1226816.2 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...Point_Presentation_Bedford.pdf
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COLLECTION AND DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION ON NATIONAL REQUIREMENTS CONCERNING ROAD TRAFFIC SAFETY : LIST OF ROAD SAFETY CAMPAIGNS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Children simulate road traffic using bicycles, learn traffic regulations, defensive driving and how to protect themselves and others in traffic “Road safety education – education for life” School children between 12-18, their teachers and parents 2003 -- - competition - repetition of a topic used before with same content Strong impact Mission zero accidents “To see and be seen” Private companies, state authorities, all categories of traffic participants 09-11/06 -- - brochures/ posters - seminar/round table - press conference - repetition of a topic used before with different content Medium impact ROMANIA Road safety course for local authorities from four administrative areas Local authority action plans -- Local authorities 17-21/06 -- - press - seminar/round table - press conference a completely new campaign Medium impact SERBIA AND M O N T E- NEGRO Prevention of accidents involving agricultural tractors “Tractor drivers for your safety” Agricultural tractor drivers April Agricultural works season - TV spots; press - radio; - brochures, posters a completely new campaign Strong impact T R A N S/W P.1/2005/9 page 9 Country Topic Goal of Campaign (1 2) Slogan used (7) Target Groups (3) Duration (4) Particular period targeted (5) Means used (6) Other charac- teristics (8) Impact of campaign (9) Technical inspections of vehicles. Increase the technical safety level of motor vehicles “Safe vehicle – safe driving” All drivers 16-21/06, 03-08/11 Beginning of holidays and winter driving season - TV spots; press - radio; - brochures, posters - repetition of a topic used before with different content Medium impact To promote school children’s safety and school bus safety “Safe trip to school; be careful – respect traffic rules” School child ren, drivers in school zones, school bus drivers Whole year Especially at the beginning and end of the school year - TV spots; press - radio; - brochures, posters - repetition of a topic used before with different content Strong impact SLOVAKIA Bus drivers. (...) Emphasis on males 18-34 Enforcement crackdown over three consecutive weekends, once a year Holiday travel July 4th – Labor day, December holiday period - TV info; press - radio; - brochures, posters - Internet - press conference - repetition of a topic used before with same content Strong impact __________
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Score: 1226105.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=TRANS/WP.1/2005/9&Lang=E
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Having considered the communication in accordance with the procedure set out in section VI of the annex to decision I/7 of the Meeting of the Parties, the Committee at its twenty-sixth meeting (15–18 December 2009) found that: (a) As a result of a public authority ignoring a request for environmental information for a period of three months after the submission of the request, by failing to provide the information in the form requested without giving any reasons and by imposing an unreasonable fee for copying the documents, Spain had failed to comply with article 4, paragraphs 1 (b), 2, and 8, of the Convention; (b) As a result of a public authority setting a time frame of 20 days during the Christmas holiday season for the public to examine the documentation and to submit comments in relation to the Urbanization Project UA1, Spain had failed to comply with the requirements of article 6, paragraph 3, referred to in article 7; (c) The failure of the Spanish system of access to justice to provide adequate and effective remedies as shown in that case constituted non-compliance with article 9, paragraph 4. 4. (...) The Committee recommended to the Party concerned, with its agreement, to: (a) Take the necessary legislative, regulatory, and administrative measures and practical arrangements to ensure that: (i) Only reasonable costs, equivalent to the average costs of a photocopy on paper or electronic means (CD-ROM/DVD) were charged for providing access to environmental information to the public at central, regional and local level, with such measures including a review of the Murcia City Council Fees Chart for Services; (ii) Information requests were answered as soon as possible, and at the latest within one month after the request had been submitted, unless the volume and the complexity of the information justified an extension of that period up to two months 2 ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2011/2/Add.7 from the date of the request; and that related legislation was reviewed to provide for an easy and specific procedure to be followed, in the event of a lack of response to a request; (iii) Clear requirements were established for the public to be informed of decision-making processes in an adequate, timely and effective manner, including informing public authorities that entering into agreements relevant to the Convention that would foreclose options without providing for public participation might be in conflict with article 6 of the Convention; (iv) A study be carried out on how article 9, paragraph 4, was being implemented by courts of appeal in Spain; and in case the study demonstrated that the general practice was not in line with the provision at issue, to take appropriate measures to align it to the Convention; (v) Public participation procedures included reasonable time frames for the different phases allowing for sufficient time for the public to prepare and participate effectively, taking into account that holiday seasons as part of such time frames impeded effective public participation; due to the complexity and the need to consult with experts, land use legislation was reviewed to expand the existing time frame of 20 days in the light of the findings and conclusions of the Committee; (vi) Adequate, timely, and effective remedies, including injunctive relief, which were fair, equitable, and not prohibitively expensive were made available at first and second instance in administrative appellate courts for members of the public in environmental matters; and (b) Develop a capacity-building programme and provide training on the implementation of the Aarhus Convention for central, local and regional authorities responsible for Aarhus-related issues, including provincial commissions granting free legal aid, and for judges, prosecutors and lawyers; and to develop an awareness-raising programme on Aarhus rights for the public. 7. (...) Asociación para la Justicia Ambiental, in its comments of 17 March 2011, mentions, inter alia, that the new measures adopted by the Murcia municipality are not sufficient, because information relating to urban planning is not treated as environmental information and therefore its access is more expensive; that the Party concerned has not 6 ECE/MP.PP/C.1/2011/2/Add.7 reviewed the legislation relating to the time frame of 20 days (and not including holiday seasons) in public participation procedures; and that no substantive action has been taken to address the recommendations of the Committee on access to justice. 28.
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A number of simple precautionary measures can help people across Viet Nam to remain safe and healthy during the holiday season,” said Jeffery Kobza, Acting WHO Representative in Viet Nam. (...) However, with the surge in the movement, sale and slaughter of poultry during the Tet holiday, there is a corresponding increase in the risk of avian influenza. (...) These simple practices help to reduce the risk of food poisoning: Always wash hands after going to the toilet and before and after preparing food When preparing meals keep raw and cooked food separate Cook food thoroughly Keep food at safe temperatures Use only safe water and raw materials Road Safety Over the course of the Tet holiday, millions of people will travel on Viet Nam’s roads to be with family and friends.
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Score: 1222287.7 - https://www.who.int/vietnam/ne...-of-the-goat-safe-and-healthyy
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