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Committee on Information | Meetings Coverage and Press Releases Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Meetings Coverage and Press Releases Search the United Nations Search Advanced Search Toggle navigation Home Secretary-General Latest Press Releases Press Conferences General Assembly Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases Security Council Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases Press Conferences Economic and Social Council Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases International Court of Justice Committee on Information Committee on Information 18 May 2021 PI/2294 Closing Session, Committee on Information Approves Texts Addressing Disinformation, Increasing Assistance for Infrastructure, Capabilities in Developing Countries The Committee on Information, which oversees the work of the Department of Global Communications, concluded its annual session today with the adoption of its report to the General Assembly, which includes two resolutions for formal adoption by the 193-nation organ. 27 April 2021 PI/2293 Delegates in Information Committee Call for Expanded United Nations Multilingual Communications Strategy to End Rapid Spread of Disinformation Worldwide The Committee on Information continued its annual session today, as delegates decried the epidemic of disinformation spreading around the world faster than the COVID-19 virus and tasked the United Nations with strengthening multilingual strategic communications to inoculate populations against this harmful trend. 26 April 2021 PI/2292 COVID-19 Infodemic ‘Immediate Test Case’ for Global Communications Department’s Vision of Peaceful, Equitable World, Under-Secretary-General Tells Information Committee The massive spread of misinformation and disinformation and surge of hate speech that has coalesced to undermine global public health during the COVID-19 crisis presents an “immediate test case” for the United Nations Department of Global Communications and its vision of a world thriving in peace, dignity and equality, its chief told the Committee on Information today, as delegates began their annual session. 4 September 2020 PI/2288 Concluding Session, Information Committee Approves Draft Resolutions Focusing on Press Freedom, United Nations Global Communications Policies, Activities The Committee on Information closed its annual session during a videoconference meeting today, approving two hallmark draft resolutions, one focused on core questions of press freedom and the second laying out its requests and expectations for the newly reformed Department of Global Communications. 10 May 2019 PI/2259 Committee on Information Concludes Forty-Second Session, Approving 2 Draft Resolutions by Consensus Closing its annual session today, the Committee on Information approved two draft resolutions, the second of which also stresses that Member States should refrain from using information and communications technology in contravention of international law, including the Charter of the United Nations. 1 May 2019 PI/2258 Resource Mobilization by Member States Can Play Key Role in Telling World about Work of United Nations, Under-Secretary-General Tells Committee on Information The Department of Global Communications is counting on Member States to help it accelerate the pace of modernization and improve the ways it informs the world about the work of the United Nations in an era of challenge for multilateralism, the Committee on Information heard today. 30 April 2019 PI/2257 Speakers Argue Over Special Information Programme Addressing Question of Palestine, as Information Committee Session Continues As the Committee on Information entered the second day of its forty-first session today, speakers took opposing stances on the Special Information Programme on the Question of Palestine — which the Department of Global Communications oversees — while also spotlighting the potential negative impact of fake news on international relations. 29 April 2019 PI/2256 Reforms by Newly Named Department of Global Communication Aim at Outreach ‘for Impact’, Under-Secretary-General Tells Committee on Information The newly named Department of Global Communications is instilling a culture of collaboration and innovation and undertaking measures to create broader public engagement needed to tackle global challenges, the Under-Secretary-General for Global Communications told the Committee on Information today as it opened its forty-first session. 11 May 2018 PI/2231 Committee on Information Concludes Fortieth Session with Approving 2 Draft Resolutions for General Assembly’s Consideration Closing its fortieth session today, the Committee on Information approved two draft resolutions, the second of which emphasized the need to promote multilingualism, bridge the digital divide and maintain the use of traditional media. 2 May 2018 PI/2229 Speakers Urge Department to Amplify Voices, Meet Communication Needs of World’s Most Marginalized Communities, as Information Committee Session Continues Expressing concern about widening global inequality and deepening divides between peoples, speakers addressing the Committee on Information today urged the Department of Public Information to position itself as a critical resource for — and advocate of — the world’s most marginalized communities, as the 115‑member body entered the second day of its fortieth session. 1 May 2018 PI/2228 Department Undergoing Review, Reform to Create Rapid, Integrated Communications, Under-Secretary-General Tells Committee on Information at Opening Session The Department of Public Information was undergoing a process of “review and reform” of how it communicated United Nations values in a world where trust in major institutions was increasingly difficult to maintain, and “fake” stories competed with legitimate news for public attention, the Committee on Information heard today as it opened its fortieth session. 5 May 2017 PI/2202 Committee on Information Approves Two-Part ‘Omnibus’ Draft Resolution Highlighting Multilingualism, Digital Divide, Traditional Media, as Session Concludes Acting without a vote today, the Committee on Information closed its thirty-ninth session by approving a two-part draft resolution, the second of which emphasized the need to promote multilingualism, bridge the digital divide between developed and developing countries, and maintain the use of traditional media, among other topics. 25 April 2017 PI/2200 Department Must Continue to Disseminate Factual, Impartial Information, Delegates Stress as Committee on Information Continues 2017 Session Against a backdrop of spiking extremism, proliferating “fake news” and an increasingly fragmented global media space, the Department of Public Information must continue to disseminate factual, impartial information, in accordance with the United Nations Charter principles of sovereignty and non-interference in the internal affairs of States, speakers stressed today, as the Committee on Public Information continued its annual session. 24 April 2017 PI/2199 Department Harnessing News Platforms, Worldwide Information Network to Tell Compelling United Nations Story, Acting Head Tells Committee on Information The Department of Public Information was harnessing its multilingual news platforms, worldwide network of information centres and outreach efforts to communicate compelling United Nations stories to a global public increasingly accessing news through tablets and mobile platforms, its Acting Head told the Committee on Information today. 6 May 2016 PI/2168 Closing Session, Information Committee Approves Draft Texts Calling for Increased Multilingualism, Communications Capabilities of Developing Countries Closing its thirty-eighth session this afternoon, the Committee on Information unanimously approved a report relaying two draft resolutions to the General Assembly, with a focus as in years past on increased multilingualism and support for the communications capabilities of developing countries. 28 April 2016 PI/2164 Department of Public Information Seeking New Ways to Enhance Multilingual Reach, Impact, Says Under-Secretary-General, as Committee Concludes Debate Inclusivity, multilingualism and a balance between new and traditional forms of communications were critical in the work of the Department of Public Information, especially around the Sustainable Development Goals, Under-Secretary-General for Public Information Cristina Gallach said today, as the Committee on Information concluded its general debate. 27 April 2016 PI/2163 Speaker Calls for Striking Balance between Digital, Traditional Communication Platforms, as Committee on Information Continues General Debate New technological platforms should be leveraged by the Department of Public Information, the lead communications body of the United Nations, bearing in mind the digital divide that still existed in many parts of the world, speakers told the Committee on Information today. 26 April 2016 PI/2162 Sustainable Development Goals, Refugee Crisis among Department’s Key Focus Areas, Under-Secretary-General Tells Committee on Information Opening Session Disseminating information on the Sustainable Development Goals, building awareness around the need for a humane global approach to refugees, and explaining the impacts of the work of the United Nations during its upcoming leadership change were three priorities for the Department of Public Information in 2016, the Committee on Information heard today, as it opened its thirty-eighth session. 8 May 2015 PI/2128 As Committee on Information Concludes Session, Under-Secretary-General Stresses Department of Public Information’s Commitment to Multilingualism Closing its thirty-seventh session this afternoon, the Committee on Information unanimously approved a report relaying two draft resolutions to the General Assembly, with a focus on increased multilingualism and support for the communications capabilities of developing countries. 29 April 2015 PI/2126 Department Committed to Transparency, Multilingualism, Mix of New and Traditional Media to Convey UN’s Story, Under-Secretary-General Tells Information Committee Transparency, inclusivity, multilingualism and a balance between new media and traditional forms of communications were paramount in the work of the Department of Public Information, Cristina Gallach, Under-Secretary-General for Communications and Public Information of the United Nations, told delegates as the Committee on Information concluded its general debate.   Page 1 ›› General Assembly Plenary First Committee Second Committee Third Committee Fourth Committee Fifth Committee Sixth Committee Peacebuilding Commission Disarmament Commission Committee on the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People Committee on Information Special Committee on Decolonization Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations Special Committee on the United Nations Charter Highlights Round-up of the 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Target 2.2 - increase access of small-scale forest enterprises to financial services … and their integration into value chains and markets information from Country Reports BUT lack of statistical information. (...) GFG 2 (continued) Target 2.4 - the contribution of forest industry … and forest ecosystem services to social, economic and environmental development, among other things, is significantly increased information from Country Reports Social: FRA information on employment in forestry/logging sector Economic: update SOFO 2014 information on the contribution of the forest sector to the global economy Environmental: FRA 2020 information on forests managed for soil and water conservation (together information relating to GFGT 2.5 and 3.1) BUT employment data takes no account of either indirect employment or the informal sector; and economic data take no account of non-monetary benefits relating to energy, shelter, food security and health GFG 2 (continued) Target 2.5 - the contribution of all types of forests to biodiversity conservation and climate change mitigation and adaptation is enhanced … information from Country Reports & FRA 2020 FRA information on changes in the area of primary forest and on forest managed for conservation of biodiversity if disaggregated information for forests becomes available, information from SDG indicator 15.1.2 (Protected Areas) and SDG indicator 15.5.1 (Red List Index) BUT harder to assess progress towards the climate change mitigation and adaptation. (...) • Is there anything missing from section C (information from other sources)? How can it be improved?
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Noting the importance of information in the decision-making processes, Information Systems (SIIS) were implemented in the country. (...) Solution:  SNI was created to coordinate central government’s entities with autonomous regions for data and information for planning processes. The main objectives are to integrate government entities and consolidate information to facilitate: (i) decision making processes; (ii) formulation of public policies; (iii) development of planning proposals; (iv) promote a network of information providers at national and local levels; (v) develop internal and external capacities to collect, produce, disseminate and manage information; (vi) democratize access to information; and (vii) monitoring PND’s objectives and goals compliance. (...) In addition, the SNI allows to democratize the information and promotes a culture of access to information through its free access, as an input for planning, research and decision making.  
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Knowledge gaps and lack of information/data 2. Lack of political commitment at all levels 3. (...) Monaco Blue Initiative, Yeosu, 4th June Principles of action i. Inform ii. Involve iii. Influence and cooperate ! What we can do Monaco Blue Initiative, Yeosu, 4th June 1.Knowledge and information/data Encouraging the use of the Ecologically or Biologically Significant Areas (EBSA) repository and other relevant sources of information, to inform the identification of potential MPAs within and beyond national jurisdiction Encouraging the use of the Ecologically or Biologically Significant Areas (EBSA) repository and other relevant sources of information, to inform the identification of potential MPAs within and beyond national jurisdiction - IDENTIFY areas that best safeguard ecosystem services and better link to delivering social, cultural and economic benefits to communities, in addition to the biological and ecological criteria.
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The inclusive process of INFORM created ownership by all partners and encouraged organisations to use INFORM results in their internal risk management processes. (...) Conceptual outline of the INFORM model For example, INFORM is working to integrate the Global Human Settlement Layer (GHSL) in its assessments (Pesaresi, et al., 2013). (...) Even in its current state, INFORM is informative and its coping capacity component is frequently used as a proxy for DRR.
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Errors in the application When the information provided by the business is not sufficient, the registrar should be granted the authority to request additional information to finalize the registration process. 2. (...) Rejection of an application for registration UNCITRAL United Nations Commission on International Trade Law Public access to information Access to registration •Easy access to business registry services for registration •Easily retrievable information on the registration process, including: • List of steps in registration • Contacts list • Method of lodging complaints • Possible legal recourse • Advantages of one-stop-shop • Relevant fees •Enabling businesses of all sizes and forms to register Article 1(2) and (3) Exceptions •Personal, family, inheritance and employment matters •Settlements enforceable as a judgment or as an arbitral award (*) Access to information •Dependable and consistent hours that are compatible with the needs of registry users •Access to registration services without discrimination •Availability of all public information on a registered business •Direct electronic access UNCITRAL United Nations Commission on International Trade Law •Language •Lack of gender-neutral framework Barriers to registration •Special software required •Limiting search criteria •Fees for the provision of information services and user registration •Lack of knowledge of official language(s) •Cross-border access to publicly available information Barriers to accessing information Barriers in business registry frameworks UNCITRAL United Nations Commission on International Trade Law Updating informationInformation required after registration – Obligation to inform registry of any changes occurring in the business – Registries publishing annual accounts, financial statements or periodic returns – Periodic returns at regular intervals to keep registry information current • Maintaining a current registry - Business declarations that information in registry in accurate - Requirement that businesses update information whenever a change occurs - Enhancing exchange of information UNCITRAL United Nations Commission on International Trade Law Fees charged for business registry services Fees charged for information Publication of fee amounts and methods of payment Electronic payments Fees *©New York Convention Guide Project 2016 UNCITRAL United Nations Commission on International Trade Law Fees of Business registry services Fees calculated on the basis of revenue needed to achieve cost recovery for setting up and funding the registry. Principle of Cost-Recovery UNCITRAL United Nations Commission on International Trade Law Liability and Sanctions Misleading, false or deceptive information Sanctions Liability of the business registry Liability for information that is submitted to the registry upon registration or amendment or for failure to submit information Appropriate sanctions to be imposed on businesses for breach of its obligations to submit information to the registry Allocation of liability for loss or damage caused by error or negligence of the business registry UNCITRAL United Nations Commission on International Trade Law De-registration Deregistration occurs once the business has permanently ceased to operate.
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A key aspect of cooperation is the exchange of information. Article 26 of double tax treaties embodies rules under which information may be exchanged to the widest possible extent, both to facilitate the proper application of the treaty and to assist the Contracting States in the enforcement of their domestic tax laws. In addition to continuously updating the UN Model Convention including by improving exchange of information provisions, the Committee of Experts on International Cooperation in Tax Matters is also working on a United Nations Code of Conduct on Cooperation in Combatting International Tax Evasion, including through exchange of information, to make a statement in support of automatic exchange of information. Note by the Subcommittee on Exchange of Information (E/C.18/2014/CRP.4) Secretariat Note: Proposed United Nations Code of Conduct on Cooperation in Combating International Tax Evasion (E/C.18/2014/CRP.5) Proposal to update Article 26 (Exchange of information) of the United Nations Model Double Taxation Convention between Developed and Developing Countries and its Commentary (E/C.18/2013/CRP.21) – 21 October 2013 Note on Automatic Exchange of Information (E/C.18/2013/CRP.20) – 21 October 2013 Corrigendum to the note by the Coordinator of the Subcommittee on “Exchange of Information: proposed revised article 26 (Exchange of information) and proposed revised commentary (2008) on article 26 (paras.1-3)” (E/C.18/2008/3/Corr.1) – 16 October 2008 Note by the Coordinator of the Subcommittee on “Exchange of Information: proposed revised commentary (2008) on article 26 (paras.4-6) and proposed code of conduct on cooperation in combating international tax evasion” (E/C.18/2008/3/Add.1/Corr.1) – 16 October 2008 Note by the Coordinator of the Subcommittee on “Exchange of Information: proposed revised commentary (2008) on article 26 (paras. 4-6) and proposed code of conduct on cooperation in combating international tax evasion” (E/C.18/2008/3/Add.1) – 11 August 2008 Note by the Coordinator of the Subcommittee on “Exchange of Information: proposed revised article 26 (Exchange of information) and proposed revised commentary (2008) on article 26 (paras. 1-3)” (E/C.18/2008/3) – 11 August 2008 Proposed general considerations and commentary prepared by the Interim Coordinator of the Subcommittee on Exchange of Information on “Proposed commentary on article 26 (proposed 2007) of the United Nations Model Double Taxation Convention between Developed and Developing Countries” (Comparison of Convener’s 2007 Draft to 2001 Commentary) (E/C.18/2007/CRP.15) – 25 October 2007 Proposed commentary on paragraphs 4 to 7 and the inventory of exchange mechanisms, prepared by the Interior Coordinator of the Subcommittee on Exchange of Information on “Proposed commentary on article 26” (E/C.18/2007/11) – 21 August 2007 Proposed general considerations and commentary on paragraphs 1-3 prepared by the Interim Coordinator of the Subcommittee on Exchange of Information on “Proposed commentary on article 26 (proposed 2007) of the United Nations Model Double Taxation Convention between Developed and Developing Countries” (E/C.18/2007/10) – 21 August 2007 Note by the Interim Coordinator of the Subcommittee on Exchange of Information on “Exchange of information” (E/C.18/2007/5) – 21 August 2007 Revision of the wording of article 26 of the United Nations Model Double Taxation Convention between Developed and Developing Countries (E/C.18/2006/6) – 8 September 2006 Revision of the wording of Article 26 of the UN Model Convention (E/C.18/2006/6/Add.2) (Advance unedited version) – 1 September 2006 Work on exchange of information and conclusion (E/C.18/2006/6/Add.1) (Advance unedited version) – 1 September 2006 OECD’s work on improving exchange of information (E/C.18/2005/10/Add.2) – 15 November 2005 Report of the Ad Hoc Group of Experts Meeting on Exchange of Information (Revision of Article 26 of the United Nations Model Double Taxation Convention between Developed and Developing Countries) (E/C.18/2005/10/Add.1) – 11 November 2005 Proposed revision of article 26, Exchange of information, of the United Nations Model Double Taxation Convention between Developed and Developing Countries (E/C.18/2005/10) – 4 October 2005   Donate Join the conversation: A-Z Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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A key aspect of cooperation is the exchange of information. Article 26 of double tax treaties embodies rules under which information may be exchanged to the widest possible extent, both to facilitate the proper application of the treaty and to assist the Contracting States in the enforcement of their domestic tax laws. In addition to continuously updating the UN Model Convention including by improving exchange of information provisions, the Committee of Experts on International Cooperation in Tax Matters is also working on a United Nations Code of Conduct on Cooperation in Combatting International Tax Evasion, including through exchange of information, to make a statement in support of automatic exchange of information. Note by the Subcommittee on Exchange of Information (E/C.18/2014/CRP.4) Secretariat Note: Proposed United Nations Code of Conduct on Cooperation in Combating International Tax Evasion (E/C.18/2014/CRP.5) Proposal to update Article 26 (Exchange of information) of the United Nations Model Double Taxation Convention between Developed and Developing Countries and its Commentary (E/C.18/2013/CRP.21) – 21 October 2013 Note on Automatic Exchange of Information (E/C.18/2013/CRP.20) – 21 October 2013 Corrigendum to the note by the Coordinator of the Subcommittee on “Exchange of Information: proposed revised article 26 (Exchange of information) and proposed revised commentary (2008) on article 26 (paras.1-3)” (E/C.18/2008/3/Corr.1) – 16 October 2008 Note by the Coordinator of the Subcommittee on “Exchange of Information: proposed revised commentary (2008) on article 26 (paras.4-6) and proposed code of conduct on cooperation in combating international tax evasion” (E/C.18/2008/3/Add.1/Corr.1) – 16 October 2008 Note by the Coordinator of the Subcommittee on “Exchange of Information: proposed revised commentary (2008) on article 26 (paras. 4-6) and proposed code of conduct on cooperation in combating international tax evasion” (E/C.18/2008/3/Add.1) – 11 August 2008 Note by the Coordinator of the Subcommittee on “Exchange of Information: proposed revised article 26 (Exchange of information) and proposed revised commentary (2008) on article 26 (paras. 1-3)” (E/C.18/2008/3) – 11 August 2008 Proposed general considerations and commentary prepared by the Interim Coordinator of the Subcommittee on Exchange of Information on “Proposed commentary on article 26 (proposed 2007) of the United Nations Model Double Taxation Convention between Developed and Developing Countries” (Comparison of Convener’s 2007 Draft to 2001 Commentary) (E/C.18/2007/CRP.15) – 25 October 2007 Proposed commentary on paragraphs 4 to 7 and the inventory of exchange mechanisms, prepared by the Interior Coordinator of the Subcommittee on Exchange of Information on “Proposed commentary on article 26” (E/C.18/2007/11) – 21 August 2007 Proposed general considerations and commentary on paragraphs 1-3 prepared by the Interim Coordinator of the Subcommittee on Exchange of Information on “Proposed commentary on article 26 (proposed 2007) of the United Nations Model Double Taxation Convention between Developed and Developing Countries” (E/C.18/2007/10) – 21 August 2007 Note by the Interim Coordinator of the Subcommittee on Exchange of Information on “Exchange of information” (E/C.18/2007/5) – 21 August 2007 Revision of the wording of article 26 of the United Nations Model Double Taxation Convention between Developed and Developing Countries (E/C.18/2006/6) – 8 September 2006 Revision of the wording of Article 26 of the UN Model Convention (E/C.18/2006/6/Add.2) (Advance unedited version) – 1 September 2006 Work on exchange of information and conclusion (E/C.18/2006/6/Add.1) (Advance unedited version) – 1 September 2006 OECD’s work on improving exchange of information (E/C.18/2005/10/Add.2) – 15 November 2005 Report of the Ad Hoc Group of Experts Meeting on Exchange of Information (Revision of Article 26 of the United Nations Model Double Taxation Convention between Developed and Developing Countries) (E/C.18/2005/10/Add.1) – 11 November 2005 Proposed revision of article 26, Exchange of information, of the United Nations Model Double Taxation Convention between Developed and Developing Countries (E/C.18/2005/10) – 4 October 2005   Donate Join the conversation: A-Z Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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