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Turning to the proposed budget for 2022, the Committee considers that, in view of the number of vacant posts and positions, the staffing requests are not fully justified at this stage and that a phased approach should be adopted. 2 Therefore, the Committee recommends for 2022, the approval of the proposed establishment of 13 posts including five posts in the Pension Administration and eight posts in the Office of Investments Management, and against the proposed establishment of nine posts including one posts in the Pension Administration and eight posts in the Office of Investments Management. Similarly, the Committee recommends for 2022, the approval of the proposed conversion of 22 positions into posts including 14 positions in the Pension Administration and eight positions in the Office of Investments Management, and against the proposed conversion of 35 positions including 28 positions in the Pension Administration and seven positions in the Office of Investments Management. (...) Similarly, the Committee recommends for 2022, the approval of the proposed conversion of 22 positions into posts including 14 positions in the Pension Administration and eight positions in the Office of Investments Management, and against th...
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Score: 728104 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...2_Admin_UNJSPF_Chair_ACABQ.pdf
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.  The document records, for internal work planning purposes and to ensure a transparent and measurable process, the position of each instrument in the review process and decisions (including interim decisions) taken by the SRM TWG. (...) The following workplan is intended for internal work planning purposes and to ensure a transparent and measurable process. It records the position of each of those 235 instruments in the SRM TWG’s review process, including interim decisions taken. (...) II) or C.102 (Pt IX), advise on denunciation Next steps: Office follow-up commenced; SRM TWG to reconsider at later meeting Classification: Shelved Information document 1: SRM TWG internal work plan 16 SRM TWG internal workplan: instruments included in the initial programme of work Decisions taken Follow-up initiated & next steps Current classification & position windows and seek reasons for non- ratification Position: SRM TWG waiting for information on action requested 96 Invalidity Insurance (Agriculture) Convention, 1933 (No. 38) October 2016 meeting: Office follow-up to encourage ratification of C.128 (Pt.
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Score: 718012.3 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...enericdocument/wcms_570040.pdf
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The applications of successful candidates will be released to the hiring or occupational group manager. 7.7 For position-specific job openings, up to and including the D-1 level, the hiring manager or occupational group manager shall transmit his/her proposal for one candidate or, preferably, a list of qualified, unranked candidates, including normally at least one female candidate, to the appropriate central review body through OHRM, the local human resources office or the Field Personnel Division of the Department of Field Support. (...) In making such submission, due regard shall be given to candidates with diverse experience, including career mobility. The submission to the Senior Review Group from the head of department/office shall be transmitted to the Chairperson of the Senior Review Group through the Secretary of that body and shall include a comprehensive evaluation of the shortlisted candidates justifying their qualifications and suitability for the position. (...) In the final selection due consideration should also be given to staff members who are victims of malicious acts or natural disasters; serving staff members who have served under the former 200 and 300 series of the Staff Rules; candidates from troop- or police-contributing countries for positions in a peacekeeping operation or Headquarters support account-funded positions in the Department of Peacekeeping Operations, the Department of Field Support and other departments with support account resources; and prior service or employment of candidates in field duty stations, for positions for which relevant field experience is highly desirable, as applicable and as stipulated in General Assembly resolution 63/250. 9.4 Candidates for position-specific job openings up to and including at the D-1 level included in a list endorsed by a central review body other than the candidate selected for the specific position shall be placed on a roster of candidates pre-approved for similar functions at the level of the job opening, which shall be drawn from all duty stations for job openings in the Professional and above categories.
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Score: 717760.45 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...n_System_gender_highlights.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - BCG_Presentation_2018.pptx Summary of Key Points from WHO Position Paper, Cholera Vaccines, August 20171 | Summary of Key Points WHO Position Paper on BCG Vaccine, February 2018 Summary of Key Points from WHO Position Paper, Cholera Vaccines, August 20172 | IntroductionIntroduction This position paper replaces the 2004 WHO position paper on Bacille Calmette-Guérin (BCG) vaccine and the 2007 WHO revised BCG vaccination guidelines for infants at risk for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection. It incorporates recent developments in the field of tuberculosis (TB), provides guidance on the immunization of children infected with HIV, re-emphasizes the importance of the BCG birth dose and outlines the urgent need for research in the development of new vaccines This position paper also includes recommendations for the prevention of leprosy. (...) Summary of Key Points from WHO Position Paper, Cholera Vaccines, August 201711 | WHO PositionWHO Position Children who are HIV-infected should not receive BCG vaccination.
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Score: 714656.15 - https://www.who.int/immunizati...s/PP_BCG_Presentation_2018.pdf
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Minimum standard: within +/- 10% · Data validation (i.e., accuracy and validity of data) through triangulation of data from different sources Testing coverage among pregnant women: Validation target > 95% For HIV Numerator: Number of pregnant women who have been tested (or know their positive status* Denominator: Estimated number of pregnant women *For example, pregnant women who already knew their HIV-positive status before pregnancy are included in the numerator. (...) A live birth or fetal death at >20 weeks of gestation or >500grams (including stillbirth) born to a woman with positive syphilis serology and without adequate syphilis treatment* OR 2. (...) Ideally, maternal syphilis testing should include non-treponemal and treponemal testing 8. The use of treponemal tests only may overestimate pregnant women with new syphilis (pregnant women with previously treated syphilis will have positive test) 9.
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Score: 714340.14 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...Data-assessment-tool-2020.docx
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Works towards the rapid inclusion within its national legislation of the provisions of recently ratified instruments including the Rome Statue (Tunisia); Source of position: A/HRC/25/6 - Para. 135 Supported A41 Constitutional and legislative framework Affected persons: - general 135.10. (...) Intensify efforts against organized crime, including terrorism, and impunity of perpetrators (Norway); Source of position: A/HRC/25/6 - Para. 135 Supported B8 Human rights & counter-terrorism B51 Right to an effective remedy Affected persons: - general 135.170. (...) Review conditions in detention facilities, including the behaviour of police officers working in them, and develop options for the improvement of the prison system, including how to tackle the problem of overcrowding (Germany); Source of position: A/HRC/25/6 - Para. 135 Supported D26 Conditions of detention Affected persons: - persons deprived of their liberty 135.108.
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Score: 711796.63 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...icListOfRecommendations_E.docx
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The Governor of the Bank of the Lao PDR has defined as follows: Article 1 Commercial banks and financial Institutions shall maintain the net foreign exchange positions as follows:  The net open position in any single currency shall not exceed 15 percent of the bank’s unimpaired capital and reserves;  The aggregate net open position in all currencies shall not exceed 20 percent of the bank's unimpaired capital and reserves. Article 2 Definitions 2.1 The term "net open position" means the difference between assets and liabilities in a particular currency, including off-balance sheet commitments. 2.2 The term "net long position" means that the assets in a particular currency exceed the liabilities in that currency, including off-balance sheet commitments. 2.3 The term "net short position" means that the assets in a particular currency are less than the liabilities in that currency, including off-balance sheet commitments. 2.4 The term "aggregate net open position” means the larger of the sum of all net long positions in foreign currencies or the sum of all net short positions in foreign currencies expressed as an absolute value. (...) The net long position in other forms should be handled appropriately.
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Score: 710710.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/lao_e/WTACCLAO3A1_LEG_38.pdf
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While the number of women in public decision-making positions has increased, overall men continue to occupy decision-making positions at all levels. (...) The proportion of female Under Secretary of State positions has increased almost 2 percentage points, from 16 percent in 2008, or 33 women of a total 205 positions, to 17.60 percent in 2013, or 48 women of a total 273 positions. (...) Gender- specific gaps in national laws, including the absence of a comprehensive definition of ‘gender-based discrimination’ contribute to the challenge of addressing discrimination against women, including in appointed and elected positions.
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Score: 710248.93 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...on-Making-and-Politics_Eng.pdf
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Choosing Leadership Roles | 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 Model United Nations Toggle navigation Home Model UN Guide Resources » Sample Documents Research Resources Publications Videos Secretary-General’s Message Real UN Events FAQs Contact Us Choosing Leadership Roles MUN Guide General Assembly Introduction Overview of this Guide How Decisions are Made at the UN UN at a glance History of the United Nations UN Structure Economic and Social Council General Assembly International Court of Justice Secretariat Security Council Trusteeship Council The 4 pillars of the United Nations UN Charter UN Family of Organizations Getting Ready Decisions Before a Conference Agenda, Workplan, Documents and Rules of Procedure Choosing Leadership Roles Leadership Positions in the GA Leadership Positions in the Secretariat Leadership Positions in the Security Council Selecting Candidates for Leadership Positions Oversight of the Conference - Things to Consider Roles and Responsibilities of Elected Officials Delegate Preparation Step-by-Step Outline for Organizing a MUN Formal and Informal Meetings Formal Proceedings Action Phase: Making Decisions Adoption of Agenda and Work Programme Discussion Phase -- General Debate Opening and Closing of Plenary Plenary vs. (...) To a certain extent the number of leadership positions will depend on the size of the conference. That being said, the following list of leadership positions is recommended when doing a simulation that includes these three Organs of the United Nations: Leadership positions to include in General Assembly simulations Leadership positions in the Secretariat to include in General Assembly simulations Leadership positions in Security Council simulations  Selecting candidates for leadership positions Outline MUN Guide General Assembly Introduction Overview of this Guide How Decisions are Made at the UN UN at a glance History of the United Nations UN Structure Economic and Social Council General Assembly International Court of Justice Secretariat Security Council Trusteeship Council The 4 pillars of the United Nations UN Charter UN Family of Organizations Getting Ready Decisions Before a Conference Agenda, Workplan, Documents and Rules of Procedure Choosing Leadership Roles Leadership Positions in the GA Leadership Positions in the Secretariat Leadership Positions in the Security Council Selecting Candidates for Leadership Positions Oversight of the Conference - Things to Consider Roles and Responsibilities of Elected Officials Delegate Preparation Step-by-Step Outline for Organizing a MUN Formal and Informal Meetings Formal Proceedings Action Phase: Making Decisions Adoption of Agenda and Work Programme Discussion Phase -- General Debate Opening and Closing of Plenary Plenary vs.
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Score: 708633.45 - https://www.un.org/en/model-un...ions/choosing-leadership-roles
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Choosing Leadership Roles | 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 Model United Nations Toggle navigation Home Model UN Guide Resources » Sample Documents Research Resources Publications Videos Secretary-General’s Message Real UN Events FAQs Contact Us Choosing Leadership Roles MUN Guide General Assembly Introduction Overview of this Guide How Decisions are Made at the UN UN at a glance History of the United Nations UN Structure Economic and Social Council General Assembly International Court of Justice Secretariat Security Council Trusteeship Council The 4 pillars of the United Nations UN Charter UN Family of Organizations Getting Ready Decisions Before a Conference Agenda, Workplan, Documents and Rules of Procedure Choosing Leadership Roles Leadership Positions in the GA Leadership Positions in the Secretariat Leadership Positions in the Security Council Selecting Candidates for Leadership Positions Oversight of the Conference - Things to Consider Roles and Responsibilities of Elected Officials Delegate Preparation Step-by-Step Outline for Organizing a MUN Formal and Informal Meetings Formal Proceedings Action Phase: Making Decisions Adoption of Agenda and Work Programme Discussion Phase -- General Debate Opening and Closing of Plenary Plenary vs. (...) To a certain extent the number of leadership positions will depend on the size of the conference. That being said, the following list of leadership positions is recommended when doing a simulation that includes these three Organs of the United Nations: Leadership positions to include in General Assembly simulations Leadership positions in the Secretariat to include in General Assembly simulations Leadership positions in Security Council simulations  Selecting candidates for leadership positions Outline MUN Guide General Assembly Introduction Overview of this Guide How Decisions are Made at the UN UN at a glance History of the United Nations UN Structure Economic and Social Council General Assembly International Court of Justice Secretariat Security Council Trusteeship Council The 4 pillars of the United Nations UN Charter UN Family of Organizations Getting Ready Decisions Before a Conference Agenda, Workplan, Documents and Rules of Procedure Choosing Leadership Roles Leadership Positions in the GA Leadership Positions in the Secretariat Leadership Positions in the Security Council Selecting Candidates for Leadership Positions Oversight of the Conference - Things to Consider Roles and Responsibilities of Elected Officials Delegate Preparation Step-by-Step Outline for Organizing a MUN Formal and Informal Meetings Formal Proceedings Action Phase: Making Decisions Adoption of Agenda and Work Programme Discussion Phase -- General Debate Opening and Closing of Plenary Plenary vs.
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Score: 708633.45 - https://www.un.org/en/node/44670
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