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With respect to the needs assessment, the conferencing capacity and the potential market for the United Nations Office at Nairobi conference facilities, the Committee considers that innovative solutions, and competitive cost-reimbursement services need to be taken into consideration, in the elaboration of the project in order to encourage a renewed use of the facilities for events and activities, including those of the Multilateral Environmental Agreements. The Committee also considers that the full impact of the pandemic on United Nations conferencing services is as yet to be determined and trusts that further analysis will be provided regarding the impact, including the challenges, lessons learned and related opportunities, such as those experienced in other duty stations. (...) A comprehensive project assessment would, therefore, present all applicable elements, including estimates of the required resources, anticipated rental income including an assessment of potential market interest, revenue estimates, and capacity and sustainability considerations, as well as explore further the various funding modalities as part of the cost estimates and project assessment.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 1272134.5 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...struction_UNON_Chair_ACABQ.pdf
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This is the fourth major attack since the start of the year against villages populated by Fulani/Peulhs in Bankass cercle including the one that took place on 1st January in Kolougon Peulh in which 37 civilians were killed. (...) The community based armed groups and other armed actors have been carrying out targeted attacks against civilians in the context of the fight against terrorism, committing serious violations and abuses of human rights including killings, destruction of property, arbitrary detention and de facto embargos on villages, restricting movement of civilian populations. (...) Dieng said To prevent further escalation of violence, the Special Adviser urges the Malian government, with the support of the the international community, including MINUSMA to immediately address the current grave upsurge of violence in central Mali and to provide, with no further delay, protection as well as assistance to vulnerable population.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 1190243.75 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...acks%20in%20Central%20Mali.pdf
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This Convention protects workers and other persons in the world of work, including employees as defined by national law and practice, as well as persons working irrespective of their contractual status, persons in training, including interns and apprentices, workers whose employment has been terminated, volunteers, jobseekers and job applicants, and individuals exercising the authority, duties or responsibilities of an employer. 2. (...) Article 3 This Convention applies to violence and harassment in the world of work occurring in the course of, linked with or arising out of work: (a) in the workplace, including public and private spaces where they are a place of work; (b) in places where the worker is paid, takes a rest break or a meal, or uses sanitary, washing and changing facilities; (c) during work-related trips, travel, training, events or social activities; (d) through work-related communications, including those enabled by information and communication technologies; (e) in employer-provided accommodation; and (f) when commuting to and from work. (...) Article 6 Each Member shall adopt laws, regulations and policies ensuring the right to equality and non-discrimination in employment and occupation, including for women workers, as well as for workers and other persons belonging to one or more vulnerable groups or groups in situations of vulnerability that are disproportionately affected by violence and harassment in the world of work.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 1170223.7 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_711570.pdf
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This Convention protects workers and other persons in the world of work, including employees as defined by national law and practice, as well as persons working irrespective of their contractual status, persons in training, including interns and apprentices, workers whose employment has been terminated, volunteers, jobseekers and job applicants, and individuals exercising the authority, duties or responsibilities of an employer. 2. (...) Article 3 This Convention applies to violence and harassment in the world of work occurring in the course of, linked with or arising out of work: (a) in the workplace, including public and private spaces where they are a place of work; (b) in places where the worker is paid, takes a rest break or a meal, or uses sanitary, washing and changing facilities; (c) during work-related trips, travel, training, events or social activities; (d) through work-related communications, including those enabled by information and communication technologies; (e) in employer-provided accommodation; and (f) when commuting to and from work. (...) Article 6 Each Member shall adopt laws, regulations and policies ensuring the right to equality and non-discrimination in employment and occupation, including for women workers, as well as for workers and other persons belonging to one or more vulnerable groups or groups in situations of vulnerability that are disproportionately affected by violence and harassment in the world of work.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 1170223.7 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...eetingdocument/wcms_711570.pdf
Source de données: un
ANNEXE Overview of UNICEF information available on dedicated UNICEF or United Nations Internet websites A great deal of information about UNICEF’s governance, programmes and operations is available on the UNICEF global website (www.unicef.org) and on the individual websites of UNICEF country offices. A selected list of such information, including information that is progressively being made available, is set out below. (...) Information relating to the work of the UNICEF Executive Board and its meetings (including background documentation and decisions) is available on the UNICEF global website under ‘Executive Board documents’. (...) All relevant documentation on the UNICEF budget as approved by the UNICEF Executive Board, including the financial report and audited financial statements, the annual review of the financial situation including source of funding, and the annual report of UNICEF’s Office of Internal Audit, are available on the UNICEF global website under ‘Executive Board documents’.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 1140764.6 - https://www.unicef.org/tunisia...de-divulgation-de-linformation
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Taking into account their national circumstances, Members should take the most effective protective measures to meet the needs of all victims for both immediate assistance and long-term recovery and rehabilitation, such as: (a) reasonable efforts to protect the safety of victims of forced or compulsory labour as well as of family members and witnesses, as appropriate, including protection from intimidation and retaliation for exercising their rights under relevant national laws or for cooperation with legal proceedings; (b) adequate and appropriate accommodation; (c) health care, including both medical and psychological assistance, as well as provision of special rehabilitative measures for victims of forced or compulsory labour, including those who have also been subjected to sexual violence; (d) material assistance; (e) protection of privacy and identity; and (f) social and economic assistance, including access to educational and training opportunities and access to decent work. 10. (...) Members should take measures to ensure that all victims of forced or compulsory labour have access to justice and other appropriate and effective remedies, such as compensation for personal and material damages, including by: (a) ensuring, in accordance with national laws, regulations and practice, that all victims, either by themselves or through representatives, have effective access to courts, tribunals and other resolution mechanisms, to pursue remedies, such as compensation and damages; (b) providing that victims can pursue compensation and damages from perpetrators, including unpaid wages and statutory contributions for social security benefits; (c) ensuring access to appropriate existing compensation schemes; (d) providing information and advice regarding victims’ legal rights and the services available, in a language that they can understand, as well as access to legal assistance, preferably free of charge; and (e) providing that all victims of forced or compulsory labour that occurred in the member State, both nationals and non-nationals, can pursue appropriate administrative, civil and criminal remedies in that State, irrespective of their presence or legal status in the State, under simplified procedural requirements, when appropriate. (...) International cooperation should be strengthened between and among Members and with relevant international and regional organizations, which should assist each other in achieving the effective and sustained suppression of forced or compulsory labour, including by: (a) strengthening international cooperation between labour law enforcement institutions in addition to criminal law enforcement; (b) mobilizing resources for national action programmes and international technical cooperation and assistance; (c) mutual legal assistance; (d) cooperation to address and prevent the use of forced or compulsory labour by diplomatic personnel; and (e) mutual technical assistance, including the exchange of information and the sharing of good practice and lessons learned in combating forced or compulsory labour. 13 d) intensifier les efforts dans le domaine de l’identification des victimes, y compris en définissant des indicateurs du travail forcé ou obligatoire qui pourraient être utilisés par les inspecteurs du travail, les forces de l’ordre, les agents des services sociaux, les agents des services de l’immigration, le ministère public, les employeurs, les organisations d’employeurs et de travailleurs, les organisations non gouvernementales et les autres acteurs concernés.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 1140656.4 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...eetingdocument/wcms_248908.pdf
Source de données: un
The support, services and remedies for victims of gender-based violence and harassment referred to in Article 10(e) of the Convention should include measures such as: (a) support to help victims re-enter the labour market; (b) counselling and information services, in an accessible manner as appropriate; (c) 24-hour hotlines; (d) emergency services; (e) medical care and treatment and psychological support; (f) crisis centres, including shelters; and (g) specialized police units or specially trained officers to support victims. 18. (...) Le mandat des organismes nationaux chargés de l’inspection du travail, de la sécurité et de la santé au travail, et de l’égalité et de la 10 including gender equality, should cover violence and harassment in the world of work. 22. Members should make efforts to collect and publish statistics on violence and harassment in the world of work disaggregated by sex, form of violence and harassment, and sector of economic activity, including with respect to the groups referred to in Article 6 of the Convention.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 1129994.1 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_711575.pdf
Source de données: un
The support, services and remedies for victims of gender-based violence and harassment referred to in Article 10(e) of the Convention should include measures such as: (a) support to help victims re-enter the labour market; (b) counselling and information services, in an accessible manner as appropriate; (c) 24-hour hotlines; (d) emergency services; (e) medical care and treatment and psychological support; (f) crisis centres, including shelters; and (g) specialized police units or specially trained officers to support victims. 18. (...) Le mandat des organismes nationaux chargés de l’inspection du travail, de la sécurité et de la santé au travail, et de l’égalité et de la 10 including gender equality, should cover violence and harassment in the world of work. 22. Members should make efforts to collect and publish statistics on violence and harassment in the world of work disaggregated by sex, form of violence and harassment, and sector of economic activity, including with respect to the groups referred to in Article 6 of the Convention.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 1129994.1 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...eetingdocument/wcms_711575.pdf
Source de données: un
Delegations from Kuwait and Iraq, including the Head of Iraq’s Committee of Financial Experts which is responsible for the oversight of Iraq's oil revenues, addressed the fifteen-member Governing Council at its opening plenary meeting. (...) The Governing Council also considered reports related to the work of the Commission since its last session in October 2020 on various matters, including the current levels of income and the arrangements for ensuring continued deposits into the Commission’s Compensation Fund, and payments towards the Commission’s outstanding compensation award which currently stands at $1.1 billion. (...) The session just concluded was the last session for the delegations of Estonia, Niger, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Tunisia, and Viet Nam, whose terms of office end on 31 December 2021. Further information about the Commission can be found on the United Nations Compensation Commission website located at www.uncc.ch .  
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 1125105.3 - https://www.ungeneva.org/fr/ne...pensation-commission-concludes
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This Recommendation covers: (a) all workers working under all forms or arrangements, and at all workplaces, including: (i) persons in any employment or occupation; (ii) those in training, including interns and apprentices; (iii) volunteers; (iv) jobseekers and job applicants; and 7 I. (...) All persons covered by this Recommendation, including workers living with HIV and their families and their dependants, should be entitled to health services. (...) HIV testing or other forms of screening for HIV should not be required of workers, including migrant workers, jobseekers and job applicants. 26.
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 1122978.1 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...eetingdocument/wcms_142613.pdf
Source de données: un