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REVIEW OF THE JOINT IMPLEMENTATION GUIDELINES. DRAFT CONCLUSIONS PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
The Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol (CMP) shall exercise authority over, and provide guidance to, the Joint Implementation Supervisory Committee (hereinafter referred to as JISC). (...) Information obtained from activity participants marked as proprietary or confidential shall not be disclosed without the written consent of the provider of the information, except as required by applicable national law of the host Party. (...) A Party participating in JI shall provide to the secretariat, in English, the information specified in paragraph 31 above within 90 days of the adoption, revision or update thereof.
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RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE USE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY BY OFFENDERS AND BY COMPETENT AUTHORITIES IN FIGHTING CRIME, INCLUDING THE CASE OF CYBERCRIME : WORKING PAPER PREPARED BY THE SECRETARIAT
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Report Herramienta de toma de decisiones para clientes y proveedores de planificación familiar Guía técnica de adaptación Reconocimientos Esta guía fue escrita por Kathryn Church de la
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Puntuación: 555923.14 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...g/DMT_adaptation_guide_spa.pdf
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CONSIDERATION OF REPORTS SUBMITTED BY STATES PARTIES UNDER ARTICLE 40 OF THE COVENANT :INTERNATIONAL COVENANT ON CIVIL AND POLITICAL RIGHTS : 6TH PERIODIC REPORT : GERMANY
Naciones Unidas CCPR/C/DEU/6 Pacto Internacional de Derechos Civiles y Políticos Distr. general 10 de mayo de 2011 Español Original: inglés Comité de Derechos Humanos Examen de
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Puntuación: 550452.34 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=CCPR/C/DEU/6&Lang=S
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LETTER DATED 12 MARCH 2021 FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVES OF THE MEMBERS OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Decides to authorise AMISOM to carry out the following functions to achieve these objectives: (a) Noting paragraphs 2 and 8 in this resolution and working towards the operational timetables and objectives identified within the STP, maintain a presence in the sectors set out in the joint CONOPS, prioritising the population centres identified by the FGS and agreed by AMISOM; (b) Conduct jointly-planned and targeted offensive operations with the SSF, to disrupt and degrade Al Shabaab and armed opposition groups, and to take actions to mitigate the threat posed by improvised explosive devices; (c) Conduct jointly-planned, integrated operations with the SSF, in coordination with other international partners and stabilisation and reconciliation actors, to secure and recover areas from Al-Shabaab, and allow for the transfer of security responsibilities in these areas to the SSF when appropriate; (d) Realign AMISOM sectors with FMS boundaries by the end of 2021, establish a joint planning Headquarters between AMISOM and the SSF in each sector/FMS, including to deploy where possible/appropriate multinational forces to these sectors; (e) Provide mobile capabilities, assisting the SSF’s force posture to become more offensive with the objective of having one designated AMISOM mobile reserve per Sector, capable of acting as a Quick Reaction Force and operating across sector boundaries with other forces, by the end of August 2021; (f) Contribute towards securing and maintaining main supply routes in collaboration with the SSF, including to areas recovered from Al Shabaab, and in coordination with stabilisation and reconciliation actors, in particular supply routes essential to improving the humanitarian situation, which may include commercial goods essential to meeting the basic needs of civilians, those critical for logistical support to AMISOM, and routes that support the delivery of the STP; (g) Assist, as appropriate, the SSF to provide security support to enable the FGS and FMS to carry out their functions of government, including support by AMISOM’s civilian component to their efforts towards stabilisation coordinated with the Ministry of Interior, Federal Affairs and Reconciliation (MoIFAR) and Community Recovery and Extension of State Authority and Accountability (CRESTA/A), reconciliation, peacebuilding, election preparation and provide support to enable the SSF to provide security for the process and other critical infrastructure; (h) Protect, as appropriate, its personnel, facilities, installations, equipment and mission, and to ensure the security and freedom of movement of its personnel, as well as of United Nations personnel carrying out functions mandated by the Security Council; S/2021/255 8/13 21-03448 (i) Receive defectors on a transitory basis, as appropriate, and in coordination with the United Nations and the FGS; (j) Support and assist the FGS and the FMS in implementing the total ban on the export of charcoal from Somalia and the documentation and facilitation of the inspection of seized equipment including small arms and light weapons as request ed in paragraph 18 of resolution 2111 (2013) and paragraph 6 of resolution 2182 (2014); (k) Noting paragraphs 2, 6 and 12 of this resolution, fur ther noting Somalia’s direction as set out in the STP, and paragraph 10 of the AU PSC communique of 9 February 2021, welcomes the envisaged reconfiguration of AMISOM so that it is focussed on enabling and supporting SSF and the protection of the UN in Soma lia, and further authorises it to commence initial work to reconfigure in each Sector towards providing the following functions: (i) provide the following support functions for the SSF: countering IEDs, surveillance, reconnaissance and targeting, command and communications support, civil-military coordination, medical evacuation, engineering, and the establishment of a mobile quick reaction force for each sector; (ii) provide the following enabling support functions for the Somali Police Force (SPF) and civilian stabilisation and governance functions to support FGS and FMS efforts in institution and state-building, including: civilian and police planning and liaison, joint patrols, providing security escorts providing specialised investigation expertise and community policing support in a gender- responsive manner; (iii) Build the capacity of the SSF and SPF while ensuring coherence with international partners undertaking similar work, and focussing on: planning and managing integrated operations, countering IEDs, counter-terrorism operations, logistics, engineering, reconnaissance and surveillance, military communication and community policing; (iv) Mentor and assist SSF to ensure that trained SSF units are able to operate with AMISOM, including by conducting joint exercises and operational rehearsals, enabling SSF operations through mentoring of combat and combat support capabilities on operations and through delivering training and mentoring where necessary for Somali police; 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(...) Urges the deployment of the remaining civilian component to provide full support to AMISOM’s military and police tasks for reconfiguration of AMISOM to support transition to SSF-led operations and drawdown; S/2021/255 21-03448 9/13 17. (...) Requests the Secretary-General to work closely with the African Union in supporting the implementation of this resolution, including to provide technical and expert advice on the planning, deployment and strategic management of AMISOM in line with the mandate of the United Nations office to the African Union; 24.
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DPRK PANEL OF EXPERTS' FINAL REPORT TO SC (1718 COMMITTEE)
Naciones Unidas S/2015/131* Consejo de Seguridad Distr. general 23 de febrero de 2015 Español Original: inglés 15-00593* (S) 020315 180515 *1500593* 8
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PUBLIC INVESTMENT IN ADMINISTRATIVE EFFICIENCY FOR BUSINESS FACILITATION : SHARING BEST PRACTICES
GE.10-50337 (S) 220310 250310 Junta de Comercio y Desarrollo Comisión de la Inversión, la Empresa y el Desarrollo Segundo período de sesiones Ginebra, 26 a 30 de abril de 2010 Tema 4
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REPORT ON THE 31ST SESSION, GENEVA, 16 SEPTEMBER-4 OCTOBER 2002 : COMMITTEE ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD
Distr. GENERAL CRC/C/121 11 de diciembre de 2002 ESPAÑOL Original: INGLÉS COMITÉ DE LOS DERECHOS DEL NIÑO 31º período de sesiones 16 de septiembre a 4 de octubre de 2002
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HANDBOOK ON COMPETITION LEGISLATION : NOTE / BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
Description of the reasons for the introduction of the legislation The Constitution of Bulgaria, enforced in 1991, sets up the basis for development of competition. It provides that the Bulgarian economy is based on free economic initiative. (...) The provisions of the LPC provide that it is applicable to activities that expressly or tacitly prevent, restrict, distort, or might prevent, restrict or distort, competition in the country. (...) For the purposes stated in paragraph 1 [it] shall provide protection against agreements, decisions and concerted practices, abuse of monopolistic and dominant position on the market, concentration of economic activities, unfair competition and other activities which might result in the prevention, restriction or distortion of competition.
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Puntuación: 495936.33 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=TD/B/COM.2/CLP/41&Lang=S
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON ARBITRARY DETENTION - MISSION TO NEW ZEALAND
The appendix to the present report provides a list of detention facilities that the Working Group visited. (...) Registration upon entry in police stations, internal movements and departures and subsequent transfers to other places of detention are recorded electronically in an instantaneous and transparent fashion. A/HRC/30/36/Add.2 GE.15-11352 10/22 35. (...) The police’s Adult Diversion Scheme provides for the use of restorative justice as a matter of police practice.
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