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LETTER DATED 10 OCTOBER 2014 FROM THE CHAIR OF THE SECURITYCOUNCIL COMMITTEE PURSUANT TO RESOLUTIONS 751 (1992)AND 1907 (2009)CONCERNING SOMALIA AND ERITREA ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Naciones Unidas S/2014/726 Consejo de Seguridad Distr. general 13 de octubre de 2014 Español Original: inglés 14-60683 (S) 141014 141014 *1460683* Carta de
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EARLY WARNING SYSTEMS : PILOT STUDIES ON EARLY WARNING SYSTEMS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The County has even identified some interventions to be undertaken as regards strengthening the early warning and preparedness systems. Implementation of the identified interventions will take place after resources are mobilized. ----- 1 Translated from Arabic (ICCD/2003/INFORMAL/2)
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COORDINATION OF SUPPORT FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ACTIVITIES IN RELATION TO MITIGATION ACTIONS IN THE FOREST SECTOR BY DEVELOPING COUNTRIES, INCLUDING INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS : DRAFT CONCLUSIONS / PROPOSED BY THE CHAIRS
Recognizing that in order to coordinate the support for the implementation of the activities and elements referred to in decision 1/CP.16, paragraphs 70, 71 and 73, a number of functions were identified, such as: (a) Strengthen, consolidate and enhance the sharing of relevant information, knowledge, experiences and good practices, at the international level, taking into account national experiences and, as appropriate, traditional knowledge and practices; (b) Identify and consider possible needs and gaps in coordination of support, taking into consideration relevant information communicated under the Convention and other multilateral and bilateral arrangements; (c) Consider and provide opportunities to exchange information between the relevant bodies established under the Convention, other multilateral and bilateral entities financing and funding the activities and elements referred to in decision 1/CP.16, paragraphs 70, 71 and 73 on actions, and support provided and received for these activities; (d) Provide information and views on the elements contained in paragraphs a, b and c above when providing guidance to the operating entities of the financial mechanism of the FCCC/SB/2013/L.5 4 GE.13-71074 Convention, on means to scale up and improve the effectiveness of finance, including results based finance, technology and capacity building needs of developing country Parties, when implementing activities and elements referred to in decision 1/CP.16, paragraphs 70, 71 and 73; (e) Provide information, as requested, to entities including, bilateral, multilateral and private sector entities that finance and implement the activities and elements referred to in decision 1/CP.16, paragraphs 70, 71 and 73, and how these activities, including results-based actions, can be more effectively supported; (f) Encourage other entities providing support, for the activities and elements referred to in decision 1/CP.16, paragraphs 70, 71 and 73, to enhance efficiency, coordination and seek consistency with the operating entities of the financial mechanism of the Convention, as appropriate; (g) Support the development of different approaches, including joint mitigation and adaptation approaches for the integral and sustainable management of forests considering the modalities of finance to be established, as agreed in paragraphs 14-20 of SBSTA 38, with a view to recommending a draft decision to the COP for adoption at its twentieth session; [Option 1 3. Encourages national coordinating entities, Parties and relevant entities financing the activities referred to in decision 1/CP. 16, paragraph 70, to meet periodically and on a voluntary basis, in conjunction with the meetings of the subsidiary bodies in order to fulfil the functions identified in paragraph 2 above; 4. Requests the secretariat, under its guidance, to organize these meetings referred to in paragraph 3 above, subject to the availability of supplementary resources; 5.
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PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT :INFORMATION PRESENTED BY THE PROVEDOR FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AND JUSTICE OF TIMOR-LESTE : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
As a result of the efforts of the PDHJ and the KOMNAS HAM Indonesia, a total of 167 people were identified as persons who have gone missing from Timor-Leste during the years 1975 – 1999. (...) In particular, the PDHJ invites the Working Group on Enforced Disappearances to recommend the Democratic Republic of Timor - Leste to: - Establish a Commission on Missing Persons as recommended by CAVR and CTF - Intensify cooperation at all levels to support the identification of persons who have gone missing during conflict years in Timor-Leste - Make a strong effort to reunite persons, who have been identified as missing, with their families - Open accessible channels of communication for persons who have lost contact with their family or families who have lost contact with a relative as a result of the conflict - Support the work of the PDHJ and KOMNAS HAM Indonesia in these areas through financial and political support - Cooperate with the Republic of Indonesia to enhance communication with the ICRC and other civil society organisations on the issue of disappearances.
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DOCUMENT /SUBMITTED BY THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
WHO’S HEALTH AND HUMAN RIGHTS WORK AREAS WHO is actively strengthening its focus on human rights and has identified three broad areas of work for 2002-3, as follows: 1. (...) WHO’s Corporate Strategy includes among the “Strategic Directions” identified for the WHO Secretariat, “....reducing factors of risk to human health that arise from environmental, economic, social and behavioural causes..... (...) It reflects many of the issues outlined in WHO's written contribution to the Conference.3 It also reflects issues specifically related to stigma, discrimination and HIV/AIDS which were identified at the joint panel event with UNAIDS and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights entitled Exploring the link: HIV/AIDS, stigma, discrimination and racism.
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REVIEW OF THE JOINT IMPLEMENTATION GUIDELINES. DRAFT CONCLUSIONS PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
Any such arrangements should be elaborated in the host Party’s national requirements and procedures and shall be indicated prior to the registration of the JI activity, identified as a condition for the activity’s registration, made publicly available through the secretariat and taken into account and explained by the accredited independent entity during the verification. (...) Any arrangements made by a Party to apply paragraphs 33 and 33 bis above shall be elaborated in the Party’s national requirements and procedures and shall be indicated prior to the registration of the JI activity for which either reductions are to be discounted or units are to be cancelled, identified as a condition for the activity’s registration and made publicly available through the secretariat.] 34. (...) A Party participating in JI shall make publicly available, through the secretariat, information on all baselines that it has approved and activities that it has registered or that it has under consideration for approval or registration. 36. A Party, identified by the JISC in accordance with paragraph 13(e) above as not being in conformity with the mandatory requirements and procedures of JI, shall immediately take action to rectify the identified non-conformities and shall provide written evidence to the JISC to demonstrate that the identified non-conformities have been rectified.
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON MINORITY ISSUES, RITA IZSAK : ADDENDUM
In the 1991 census, these minorities constituted less than 1 per cent of the population; however, 5.5 per cent identified as “Yugoslavs”, and 1.5 per cent are listed as “other”, “undecided” or “unknown”. It is acknowledged that the census significantly undercounted the Roma, many of whom are thought to have identified as Yugoslavs. Only 8,864 self-identified as Roma despite estimates that their actual number may now be as high as 100,000. 5. (...) In Banja Luka, Roma requested a Romani language teacher and received a positive response, however no teacher could be identified. 46. Additional concerns require investigation by competent authorities.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS, ESPECIALLY WOMEN AND CHILDREN, ON HER MISSION TO KUWAIT : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Between 2015 and mid-2016, 13 victims of trafficking for sexual exploitation were identified, most of whom were from Nepal, the Philippines and Sri Lanka. Two of them were children.20 All the victims were identified during a police raid. No cases of trafficking involving stateless persons, refugees or asylum seekers, who are prone to exploitative situations including forced labour, were identified. 45. (...) Given the influx of migrant workers, refugees and asylum seekers and the Kuwaiti immigration policy based on repatriation of undocumented migrants, the Special Rapporteur is concerned that victims of trafficking may not be identified or are misidentified as migrants in irregular situations, resulting in their arrest, detention and deportation.
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THE 38TH MEETING OF THE LEAST DEVELOPED COUNTRIES EXPERT GROUP. REPORT BY THE SECRETARIAT
GE.20-13500 (S) 130721 210721 Órgano Subsidiario de Ejecución 38ª reunión del Grupo de Expertos para los Países Menos Adelantados Informe de la secretaría Resumen La
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS, ESPECIALLY WOMEN AND CHILDREN, JOY NGOZI EZEILO : ADDENDUM
Number of child victims identified................................................................. 12 2. (...) Many victims may be improperly identified. Others do not come forward at all due to social taboos linked to having been trafficked or due to fear of retaliation. (...) The numbers of child victims identified, according to the National Prosecutor’s Office, are shown in table 1.
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