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PROGRESS REPORT ON THE WORK OF THE CONSULTATIVE GROUP OF EXPERTS ON NATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS FROM PARTIES NOT INCLUDED IN ANNEX I TO THE CONVENTION :NOTE : ADDENDUM / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Is it not at all difficult, slightly difficult, moderately difficult, very difficult, or extremely difficult? (a) Identifying qualified in-house staff to manage the national communication team; (b) Identifying qualified in-house technical staff to help prepare the national communication; (c) Identifying qualified in-house administrative staff to help prepare the national communication; (d) Maintaining a consistent technical national communication team to work on two or more national communications; (e) Maintaining a consistent administrative national communication team to work on two or more national communications; (f) Identifying qualified national organizations (e.g. universities, private industry, consultants, associations) to assist with preparing the national communication; (g) Identifying qualified international organizations (e.g. universities, private industry, consultants, associations) to assist with preparing the national communication; (h) Identifying and maintaining consistent staff or outside consultants with specific expertise in preparing GHG inventories; (i) Identifying and maintaining consistent staff or outside consultants with specific expertise in developing programmes containing measures to facilitate adequate adaptation to climate change; (j) Identifying and maintaining consistent staff or outside consultants with specific expertise in developing programmes containing measures to mitigate climate change; (k) Identifying and maintaining consistent staff or outside consultants with specific expertise in completing the national communication section on Other information considered relevant to the achievement of the objective of the Convention. (l) Identifying and maintaining consistent staff or outside consultants with expertise in developing project proposals. 11. (...) (a) Obtaining sufficient and consistent funding for in-house technical staff; (b) Obtaining sufficient and consistent funding for in-house administrative staff; (c) Obtaining sufficient and consistent funding to hire external technical consultants; (d) Obtaining sufficient and consistent funding for purchasing equipment and other resources required to prepare your national communications; (e) Delays due to Allowable Spending Limits; (f) Currency appreciation; (g) Currency depreciation; (h) Identifying and mobilizing sources of funding and co-funding; (i) Delays in disbursement of funds. 2.
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Ponctuation: 984525.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...S=FCCC/SBI/2011/5/ADD.2&Lang=F
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LETTER DATED 29 DECEMBER 2020 FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVES OF THE MEMBERS OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
.: General 29 December 2020 Resolution 2560 (2020) Adopted by the Security Council on 29 December 2020 The Security Council,  Recalling its resolutions 1267 (1999), 1333 (2000), 1363 (2001), 1373 (2001), 1390 (2002), 1452 (2002), 1455 (2003), 1526 (2004), 1566 (2004), 1617 (2005), 1624 (2005), 1699 (2006), 1730 (2006), 1735 (2006), 1822 (2008), 1904 (2009), 1988 (2011), 1989 (2011), 2083 (2012), 2133 (2014), 2161 (2014), 2170 (2014), 2178 (2014), 2195 (2014), 2199 (2015), 2214 (2015), 2249 (2015), 2253 (2015), 2309 (2016), 2322 (2016), 2331 (2016), 2341 (2017), 2347 (2017), 2349 (2017), 2354 (2017), 2368 (2017), 2379 (2017), 2388 (2017), 2396 (2017), 2427 (2018), 2462 (2019), 2482 (2019), Expressing its gravest concern about the presence, ideology, and actions of ISIL and Al-Qaida, and the growing presence of their affiliates around the world, Recalling the importance of Member States fulfilling all of their obligations under the Charter of the United Nations, Emphasizing that sanctions are an important tool under the Charter of the United Nations in the maintenance and restoration of international peace and security, including in support of countering terrorism, Stressing the important role of the 1267/1989/2253 ISIL (Da’esh) and Al-Qaida Sanctions Committee plays in identifying possible cases of non-compliance with the measures pursuant to Resolution 2368 (2017), including its role in determining the appropriate course of action on each case, Recalling the Committee’s position on Recommendations of the Analytical Support and Sanctions Monitoring Team contained in its twenty-sixth report of 26 June 2020 regarding asset-freezing actions and their implementation, Reaffirming the need to combat by all means, in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations and international law, including applicable international human rights law, international refugee law, and international humanitarian law, threats to international peace and security caused by terrorist acts, stressing in this regard the important role the United Nations plays in leading and coordinating this effort, S/2020/1305 3/3 20-17863 Recognizing that development, security, and human rights are mutually reinforcing and are vital to an effective and comprehensive approach to countering terrorism, and underlining that a particular goal of counter-terrorism strategies should be to ensure sustainable peace and security, Recognizing the need to take measures to increase fairness, and the effectiveness of the rules and procedures of the Committee, and reiterating the importance of the Office of the Ombudsperson, 1. Continues to encourage all Member States to more actively submit to the Committee listing requests of individuals, groups, undertakings and entities that meet listing criteria in paragraph 2 of Resolution 2368 (2017), to submit to the Committee additional identifying and other information set out in paragraph 85 of Resolutio n 2368 (2017) in order to keep the ISIL (Da’esh) & Al-Qaida Sanctions List reliable and up-to-date, and to make use of the provisions regarding available exemptions to the measures in paragraph 1 (a) and 81 (a) of Resolution 2368 (2017); 2.
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Ponctuation: 918489.55 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=S/2020/1305&Lang=F
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LETTER DATED 18 DECEMBER 2020 FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVES OF THE MEMBERS OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
S/2020/1254 20-17492 4/6 Annexe In accordance with paragraph 3 of this resolution, the Monitoring Team shall operate under the direction of the Committee and shall have the following responsibilities: (a) To submit, in writing, an annual comprehensive, independent report to the Committee, on implementation by Member States of the measures referred to in paragraph 1 of this resolution, including specific recommendations for improved implementation of the measures and possible new measures; (b) To assist the Committee in regularly reviewing names on the List, including by undertaking travel on behalf of the Committee as a subsidiary organ of the Security Council and contact with Member States, with a view to developing the Committee’s record of the facts and circumstances relating to a listing; (c) To assist the Committee in following up on requests to Member States for information, including with respect to implementation of the measures referred to in paragraph 1 of this resolution; (d) To submit a comprehensive programme of work to the Committee for its review and approval, as necessary, in which the Monitoring Team should detail the activities envisaged in order to fulfil its responsibilities, including proposed travel on behalf of the Committee; (e) To gather information on behalf of the Committee on instances of reported non-compliance with the measures referred to in paragraph 1 of this resolution, including by, but not limited to, collating information from Member States and engaging with related parties, pursuing case studies, both on its own initiative and upon the Committee’s request, and to provide recommendations to the Committee on such cases of non-compliance for its review; (f) To present to the Committee recommendations, which could be used by Member States to assist them with the implementation of the measures referred to in paragraph 1 of this resolution and in preparing proposed additions to the List; (g) To assist the Committee in its consideration of proposals for listing, including by compiling and circulating to the Committee information relevant to the proposed listing, and preparing a draft narrative summary referred to in paragraph 26 of resolution 2255 (2015); (h) To bring to the Committee’s attention new or noteworthy circumstances that may warrant a delisting, such as publicly reported information on a deceased individual; (i) To consult with Member States in advance of travel to selected Member States, based on its programme of work as approved by the Committee; (j) To encourage Member States to submit names and additional identifying information for inclusion on the List, as instructed by the Committee; (k) To consult with the Committee, the Government of Afghanistan, or any relevant Member States, as appropriate, when identifying individuals or entities that could be added to, or removed from, the List; (l) To present to the Committee additional identifying and other information to assist the Committee in its efforts to keep the List as updated and accurate as possible; (m) To collate, assess, monitor and report on and make recommendations regarding implementation of the measures, including by key Afghan government S/2020/1254 5/6 20-17492 institutions and any capacity assistance requirements; to pursue case studies, as appropriate; and to explore in depth any other relevant issues as directed by the Committee; (n) To consult with Member States and other relevant organizations and bodies, including United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) and other United Nations agencies, and engage in regular dialogue with representatives in New York and in capitals, taking into account their comments, especially regarding any issues that might be reflected in the Monitoring Team’s reports referred to in paragraph (a) of this annex; (o) To cooperate closely with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and engage in a regular dialogue with Member States and other relevant organizations, including the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, the Collective Security Treaty Organization, and the Combined Maritime Forces, on the nexus between narcotics trafficking and those individuals, groups, undertakings, and entities eligible for listing under paragraph 1 of resolution 2255 (2015), and report as requested by the Committee; (p) To provide an update to the special report of the Monitoring Team pursuant to resolution 2160 (2014) Annex (p), as part of its regular comprehensive report; (q) To consult with Member States’ intelligence and security services, including through regional forums, in order to facilitate the sharing of information and to strengthen enforcement of the measures; (r) To consult with relevant representatives of the private sector, including financial institutions, to learn about the practical implementation of the assets freeze and to develop recommendations for the strengthening of that measure; (s) To cooperate closely with the ISIL and Al-Qaida Sanctions Committee established pursuant to resolutions 1267 (1999) and 1989 (2011) and other relevant United Nations counter-terrorism bodies in providing information on the measures taken by Member States on kidnapping and hostage-taking for ransom and on relevant trends and developments in this area; (t) To consult with the Government of Afghanistan, Member States, relevant representatives of the private sector, including financial institutions and relevant non-financial businesses and professions, and with relevant international organizations, including the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) and its regional bodies, to raise awareness of the sanctions and to assist in the implementation of the measures in accordance with FATF Recommendation 6 on asset freezing and its related guidance; (u) To consult with the Government of Afghanistan, Member States, relevant representatives of the private sector and other international organizations, including International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the World Customs Organization (WCO), and INTERPOL to raise awareness of and learn about the practical implementation of the travel ban, including the use of advanced passenger information provided by civil aircraft operators to Member States, and assets freeze and to develop recommendations for the strengthening of the implementation of these measures; (v) To consult with the Government of Afghanistan, Member States, international and regional organizations and relevant representatives of the private sector on the threat posed by improvised explosive devices (IEDs) to peace, security and stability in Afghanistan, to raise awareness of the threat and to develop, in line with their responsibilities under paragraph (a) of this annex, recommendations for appropriate measures, to counter this threat; S/2020/1254 20-17492 6/6 (w) To work with relevant international and regional organizations in order to promote awareness of, and compliance with, the measures; (x) To cooperate with INTERPOL and Member States to obtain photographs, physical descriptions and, in accordance with their national legislation, other biometric and biographic data of listed individuals when available for inclusion in INTERPOL-United Nations Security Council Special Notices and to exchange information on emerging threats; (y) To assist other subsidiary bodies of the Security Council, and their expert panels, upon request, with enhancing their cooperation with INTERPOL, referred to in resolution 1699 (2006); (z) To assist the Committee in facilitating assistance in capacity-building for enhancing implementation of the measures, upon request by Member States; (aa) To report to the Committee, on a regular basis or when the Committee so requests, through oral and/or written briefings on the work of the Monitoring Team, including its visits to Member States and its activities; (bb) To study and report to the Committee on the current nature of the threat of individuals, groups, undertakings and entities associated with the Taliban, in constituting a threat to the peace, stability and security of Afghanistan and the best measures to confront it, including by developing a dialogue with relevant scholars, academic bodies and experts according to the priorities identified by the Committee; (cc) To gather information, including from the Government of Afghanistan and relevant Member States, on travel that takes place under a granted exemption, pursuant to paragraph 20 of resolution 2255 (2015), and to report to the Committee, as appropriate; and (dd) Any other responsibility identified by the Committee.
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Ponctuation: 893165 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=S/2020/1254&Lang=F
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STATEMENT /SUBMITTED BY CHRISTIAN CHILDREN'S FUND AND INTERNATIONAL RESCUE COMMITTEE
Notes 1 UNHRC News, « UNHCR chief condemns culture of neglect and denial about violence against women », 24 novembre 2006 . 2 Ibid. 3 Commission de la condition de la femme, « Displaced Women and Girls at Risk: Identifying Risk Factors and Taking Steps to Prevent Abuse », 2006, 1. 4 Ibid. 5 Ibid., 2006, 2. 6 Ibid., février 2006, 4. 7 Fonds chrétien pour les enfants, dossier sur les enfants déplacés, février 2006, 1. 8 Ibid. 9 Commission de la condition de la femme, « Displaced Women and Girls At Risk: Risk Factors, Protection Solutions, and Ressource Tools », février 2006, 5. 10 Comité international de secours, « Emergency Response Initiative: Addressing Sexual Violence in Complex Emergencies » . 11 Commission de la condition de la femme, « Displaced Women and Girls at Risk: Identifying Risk Factors and Taking steps to Prevent Abuse », 2006, 4; Fonds chrétien pour les enfants, « Child Protection Assessment in Eastern Chad », août 2004, 14 et 15; Comité international de secours « Emergency Response Initiative: Addressing Sexual Violence in Complex Emergencies », .
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Ponctuation: 877275 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...n&DS=E/CN.6/2007/NGO/30&Lang=F
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 30 SEPTEMBER 2016 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF GREECE TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
The Treaty establishes the status of the minority, identifying it on the basis of the only common denominator-the Muslim faith- of the three distinct groups that comprise it (Greek citizens of Turkish, Pomak and Roma origin). (...) Once again, we would like to remind in this respect, that Greece abides by the international law, namely the 1923 Treaty of Lausanne, which establishes the status of the minority, identifying it on the basis of the only common denominator, the Muslim faith.
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Ponctuation: 855343.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=A/HRC/33/G/6&Lang=F
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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 EQUALITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION OF GREAT BRITAIN : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Criminal investigations are of course the key to identifying individual perpetrators of torture, or complicity, and must be pursued with rigour. However, as the Special Rapporteur points out in his report: “The independent structure and mandate of commissions of inquiry may also make them well suited for identifying institutional responsibility and proposing reforms.
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Ponctuation: 855343.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=A/HRC/19/NI/3&Lang=F
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REPORT OF THE MARCH 2002 JOINT UNECE/EUROSTAT WORK SESSION ON STATISTICAL METADATA : NOTE / PREPARED BY THE SECRETARIAT
WG2 is developing a conceptual framework for describing statistical CES/2002/23 Annex (English only) page 6 metadata, identifying 5 canonical dimensions (structure, stage, role, form and function). (...) An important aspect in identifying users' needs is to study the context of use. (...) Recommendations (guidelines) should focus on identifying and promoting best practices in this area.
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Ponctuation: 850891.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=CES/2002/23&Lang=F
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LETTER DATED 2007/05/18 ADDRESSED BY THE RECTOR OF THE UNITED NATIONS UNIVERSITY TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
The Group of Experts recognizes and affirms the centrality of the UN human rights special procedures system in identifying and addressing gaps in human rights protection, particularly as regards vulnerable groups and individuals and new threats and challenges. 6. (...) The functions of special procedures include the gathering and analysis of information and trends on emerging and actual human rights issues, acting upon the recommendations of human rights treaty bodies, contributing to the development of international standards, responding to urgent situations referred to them by the Human Rights Council, gathering and reacting to reliable information concerning allegations of human rights violations, reporting on State implementation of human rights obligations, identifying best practices, undertaking country visits, making recommendations for improved enforcement of human rights at the national level and communicating on behalf of victims. 20. (...) The Human Rights Council, in partnership with other UN organs and with appropriate contributions from the special procedures, can play an invaluable role in identifying the human rights dimensions of new threats and challenges to humanity and in the development of responses for dealing with those threats based on international human rights law. 34.
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Ponctuation: 835034.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=A/HRC/5/18&Lang=F
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CASE STUDY OF THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF METHANE-RELATED EVENTS AT COAL MINES IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA : CASE STUDY MINE B : NOTE / BY SECRETARIAT
Tableau 1: Informations sur la mine 1 Nom de la mine Mine B 2 Propriétaire actuel Intentionnellement laissé en blanc 3 Statut Active 4 Emplacement 4.1 Pays États-Unis 4.2 Bassin houiller/région Bassin Est 5 Informations sur la mine Source: Keystone Coal Industry Manual (2005) Année de mise en service 1969 Nombre de salariés 340 Méthode d’exploitation Longue taille/en continu Profondeur de la veine (m) 152-457 6 Informations sur les ressources en charbon Source: Keystone Coal Industry Manual (2005) Veines de charbon exploitées Intentionnellement laissé en blanc Épaisseur moyenne de la veine (m) 0,6-3,0 Minimum Moyenne Maximum Teneur en soufre du charbon produit (%) 0,50 0,75 1,18 Minimum Moyen Maximum Pouvoir calorifique du charbon (KJ/kg) 31 934 34 750 35 427 Type de charbon Bitumineux Marché primaire Production de vapeur, métallurgie Quantité estimative des réserves restantes (millions de tonnes) ND Durée utile probable de la mine 2023 ECE/ENERGY/GE.4/2007/9 page 3 Tableau 2: Données sur la production, la ventilation et le dégazage de la mine B 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Production de charbon (milliers de tonnes/an)a 3 329 2 847 3 200 2 241 1 591 Quantité estimative de méthane émis (milliers de m3/jour)b 453 419 447 396 322 Émissions des systèmes de ventilation (milliers de m3/jour)b 312 218 227 278 226 Quantité estimative de méthane capté (milliers de m3/jour)b 142 201 221 119 96 Émissions spécifiques estimatives (m3/tonne)b 45,1 48,7 46,3 58,4 50,2 Méthane récupéré (milliers m3/jour)c 99,1 159 159 42,5 11,1 a SHA Mine Yearly Reported Production Information, Data Retrieval System. b SEPA, 2004. Identifying Opportunities for Methane Recovery at U.S. (...) March 2005. 7 USEPA, 2004. Identifying Opportunities for Methane Recovery at U.S. (...) -U.) 4,7 28,4 9,1 Taux de rentabilité interne − hypothèse haute 17 % 60 % 27 % Taux de rentabilité interne − hypothèse basse 26 % 81 % 31 % a Gas Turbine, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gas_turbine, et Consumer Energy Council of America, Combustion Turbines, http://www.deforum.org/combustion-turbines.htm. 11 USEPA, 2004. Identifying Opportunities for Methane Recovery at U.S.
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Ponctuation: 835034.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=ECE/ENERGY/GE.4/2007/9&Lang=F
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