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EARLY WARNING SYSTEMS : PILOT STUDIES ON EARLY WARNING SYSTEMS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
• The GIS-based monitoring system for Lebanon for the identification of particularly desertification-prone areas also serves as an early warning system as defined by UNCCD (...) • Implement – through the information system – a current analysis applying monitoring, modeling and rainfall forecasting tools with the aim firstly to evaluate the level of risk of food insecurity in an early warning framework and later to monitor the environmental resources in the framework of environmental management. (...) Oman1 This system is linked to the analysis and evaluation of benchmarks and indicators of desertification in the Sultanate of Oman. It is a monitoring and follow-up system that uses monitoring technology such as the Geographical Information System (GIS) and remote sensing.
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GE.11-71056 (S)
ICCD/CRIC(10)/L.1* 4 GE.11-71056 Anexos Annex I [English only] Multi-year workplan for the Committee on Science and Technology (2012–2015) Outcome area: Risks/assumptions: 3.1 National monitoring and vulnerability assessments on biophysical and socio-economic trends in affected countries are supported. (...) Outcome area: Risks/assumptions: 3.3 Knowledge of biophysical and socio- economic factors and of their interactions in affected areas is improved to enable better decision-making. (...) Outcome area: 3.1 National monitoring and vulnerability assessments of biophysical and socio-economic trends in affected countries are supported 3.1.
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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 NETWORK OF AFRICAN NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTIONS ON BEHALF OF "A" STATUS NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTIONS IN AFRICA ; NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
NHRIs can contribute to, and act as, control mechanisms by: • cooperating with international bodies • monitoring places of detention • promoting public awareness. (...) Thus, for a better implementation of the OPCAT at national level, it is essential for NPM to establish active cooperation with other stakeholders involved in prevention issues, including the establishment of centers of interaction and synergy. These interactions are at the international, regional and national levels. (...) (iv) Two regional workshops on detention monitoring: four day regional workshops focusing on detention monitoring (possibly including a visit to a place of detention).
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Puntuación: 1564715.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=A/HRC/16/NI/3&Lang=S
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CAPACITY-BUILDING UNDER THE CONVENTION. DRAFT CONCLUSIONS PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
Also decides to build on the work of the Durban Forum and establish its work [plan] [schedule] [on capacity-building] to further enhance the monitoring and review of the effectiveness of capacity-building; 5. (...) Decides to establish a Capacity-building Committee under the Convention to facilitate effective capacity-building implementation at the international, regional and national levels in accordance with the framework for capacity-building in developing countries contained in the annex to decision 2/CP.7, inter alia, by: (a) Collating capacity-building related information presented during meetings of the Durban Forum and contained in national communications; (b) Commissioning a report analysing the information referred to in paragraph 10(a) above and any other relevant national information; FCCC/SBI/2014/L.13 4 GE.14-05137 (c) Carrying out, on the basis of the information referred to above, the following actions: (i) Recommend nationally appropriate actions in line with identified capacity- building needs; (ii) Coordinate the provision of capacity-building support across and between the national, regional and international levels; (iii) Conduct continuous monitoring and reviewing of capacity-building interventions and support; (iv) Identify measures which would address capacity-building needs across several countries in order to increase efficiencies; (v) Compile recommendations for enhanced interactions with other existing bodies established under the Convention; (vi) Conduct a comprehensive review of the framework for capacity-building in developing countries; (vii) Further explore potential ways to enhance the implementation of capacity- building; 11. (...) Acknowledges the utility of monitoring and evaluation of capacity-building activities at the project level only if the results of those monitoring and evaluation efforts are utilized and measures to retain capacity built are made by the partner country; 22.
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Puntuación: 1558217.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=FCCC/SBI/2014/L.13&Lang=S
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CURRICULA VITAE OF CANDIDATES NOMINATED BY NATIONAL GROUPS FOR ELECTION OF A MEMBER OF THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE: NOTE BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
WTO Hō to Hi-WTO Hō no Kōsaku [Interactions between WTO Law and Non- WTO Law] , 1254 JURISUTO 20-27 (2003). 19. (...) Jiyūken Kiyaku Iinkai no Kanshi Katsudō no Tenkai [Developments in the Monitoring Activities of the Human Rights Committee] , 21 KOKUSAI JINKEN 95-99 (2010). 25. (...) The Domestic Impact of International Human Rights: The Japanese Experience, in THE FUTURE OF UN HUMAN RIGHTS TREATY MONITORING 245-268 (Philip Alston & James Crawford eds., 2000). 14.
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Puntuación: 1557732.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/72/874&Lang=S
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The FAO-EUForest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) Programme has partnered with local NGOs to expand Independent Forest Monitoring activities by promoting regional cooperation. (...) These platforms have become even more relevant in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, encouraging business continuity by reducing the need for face-to-face interactions between buyers and sellers.  Indonesia: Increasing the scope and reach of independent forest monitoring The FAO-EU Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) Programme has supported a number of Indonesian Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) to train and mentor 550 new independent forest monitors across Indonesia since 2017. Expanding the scope and reach of Independent Forest Monitoring (IFM) contributes to the robustness and credibility of the SVLK and is critical in protecting Indonesia’s forest.
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CONCLUSIONS ON THE SITUATION OF CHILDREN AND ARMED CONFLICT IN COLOMBIA
Chairman, Colombia voluntarily accepted to participate in the monitoring and reporting mechanism with the purpose of promoting lasting solutions to the problems that children face because of the internal armed conflict. (...) The framework of the monitoring and reporting mechanism goes beyond the mandates of the Security Council when it starts documenting actions perpetrated by organizations characterized as criminal bands under the Palermo Convention on Transnational Organized Crime. (...) Should the framework of resolution 1612 (2005) be extended to organized criminal bands, the monitoring and reporting mechanism would have to be applied in a universal manner in countless situations and geographic areas around the world.
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Puntuación: 1357895.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=S/AC.51/2012/4&Lang=S
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LETTER DATED 28 JULY 2017 FROM THE CHARGÉ D'AFFAIRES A.I. OF THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
There are tools, such as the European Organization for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites, that can act as a good source for monitoring dust. However, such tools come with certain limitations. (...) Remote sensing techniques help in monitoring sand and dust storms and combating desertification. Tools exist for monitoring sand and dust storms, such as satellite imagery, air quality stations and meteorological reports.
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Puntuación: 1320376.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/71/999&Lang=S
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CAPACITY-BUILDING UNDER THE CONVENTION. DRAFT CONCLUSIONS PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
FCCC/SBI/2015/L.15 4 GE.15-09492 (b) Findings of the first7 and second8 comprehensive reviews of the implementation of the capacity-building framework; (c) Annual synthesis reports on the implementation of the capacity-building framework prepared in accordance with the steps for the regular monitoring and evaluation of capacity-building work as contained in decisions 4/CP.12 and 6/CMP.2; (d) Relevant national reports (such as national communications, biennial reports, biennial update reports, national adaptation programmes of action and their updates, outcomes of the national adaptation plan process, and national capacity self-assessments); (e) [Reports and submissions from the Global Environment Facility and its implementing agencies, United Nations entities and other relevant organizations;] (f) Information contained in the Capacity-building Portal;9 (g) Summary reports on the meetings of the Durban Forum on capacity-building; (h) Reports of relevant bodies established under the Convention and its Kyoto Protocol; (i) Other relevant existing documents prepared by the secretariat. (...) FCCC/SBI/2015/L.15 6 GE.15-09492 Anexo II [Inglés únicamente] Draft decision -/CP.21 [The Conference of the Parties, [Recalling decisions 4/CP.12, 2/CP.17, 1/CP.16 and 1/CP.18,] Also recalling decision 2/CP.7 to conduct a comprehensive review of the implementation of the framework for capacity-building in developing countries (capacity- building framework) contained in the annex to this decision every five years and decision 13/CP.17 to initiate the third comprehensive review of the capacity-building framework at the forty-second session of the Subsidiary Body for Implementation with a view to completing the review at the twenty-second session of the Conference of the Parties, Emphasizing that capacity-building is important in enabling Parties to address the challenges of climate change, [Reaffirming that capacity-building [in developing countries] [in all countries] should be a continuous, progressive and iterative process that is [participatory] [cooperative], country-driven and consistent with national priorities and circumstances,] Acknowledging that capacity-building is cross-cutting in nature and an integral part of enhanced action on mitigation, adaptation and technology development and transfer, [Noting that the preparation of national communications, biennial reports, biennial update reports, intended nationally determined contributions, national adaptation programmes of action, national adaptation plans, nationally appropriate mitigation actions and a range of other activities have contributed to the development of individual level capacity within and across national institutions, [though in a fragmented manner,][in some countries,]] [Acknowledging that, in addition, there may be specific capacity-building activities that require support to facilitate the enhanced implementation of the Convention,] [Expressing the need to further enhance the implementation of capacity-building, including through strengthening relevant institutions, networks and support to meet the capacity requirements of developing countries,] [Emphasizing the need for a coordinated approach to address capacity-building needs for mitigation, adaptation, technology development and transfer and access to financial resources,] {this paragraph is subject to relocation} [Acknowledging that capacity-building unlike other bodies established under the Convention is not coordinated and has no mechanism to aggregate impacts in the overall implementation of the Convention and the Kyoto Protocol,] Acknowledging that capacity-building is a challenge for all countries and that the sharing of experiences and best practices is essential to continued progress worldwide in addressing climate change, [Recognizing the important role that the Durban Forum for in-depth discussion on capacity-building (Durban Forum) plays in enhancing the monitoring and review of the effectiveness of capacity-building,] FCCC/SBI/2015/L.15 GE.15-09492 7 Also recognizing the success of the 2 nd , 3 rd and 4 th meetings of the Durban Forum held during the thirty-eighth, fortieth and forty-second sessions of the Subsidiary Body for Implementation, Expressing its appreciation to Parties and representatives of intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations and the private sector for their active participation in the meetings of the Durban Forum and for the sharing of experiences and exchanging ideas, best practices and lessons learned regarding the implementation of capacity-building activities, [Recognizing the role of the Capacity-building Portal in providing information on capacity-building activities and support provided at the global, regional and country level, including identifying best practice approaches and potential gaps in the delivery of capacity-building,] Having considered the information contained in the documents prepared by the secretariat to facilitate deliberations at the Durban Forum and the summary reports on the 2 nd , 3 rd and 4 th meetings of the Durban Forum, 1. (...) [Decides to establish a Capacity-building Committee under the Convention to utilize the Durban Forum and the Capacity-building Portal and facilitate effective capacity- building implementation at the international, regional and national levels in accordance with the capacity-building framework, inter alia, by: (a) Collating capacity-building related information presented during meetings of the Durban Forum and contained in national communications; (b) Commissioning a report analysing the information referred to in paragraph 9 (a) above and any other relevant national information; (c) Carrying out, on the basis of the information referred to in paragraphs 9 (a) and (b) above, the following actions: (i) Recommending nationally appropriate actions in line with identified capacity-building needs; (ii) Coordinating the provision of capacity-building support across and between the national, regional and international levels; (iii) Conducting continuous monitoring and review of capacity-building interventions and support; (iv) Identifying measures, which would address capacity-building needs across several countries in order to increase efficiencies; (v) Compiling recommendations for enhanced interactions with other existing bodies established under the Convention; (vi) Conducting a comprehensive review of the capacity-building framework; (vii) Further exploring potential ways to enhance the implementation of capacity- building;] 10.
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EARLY WARNING SYSTEMS :PILOT STUDIES ON EARLY WARNING SYSTEMS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
(2) Desertification indicators for long-term monitoring: Standardization of observation methods Climate indicators (mainly rainfall quantities) and vegetation indicators (mainly the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI)) have hitherto dominated the field of large- scale monitoring for desertification assessment. (...) Udelhoven and C. Diemer (1998), Monitoring 20 years of increased grazing impact on the Greek island of Crete with earth observation satellites. (...) It is our view that development of a drought monitoring system based largely on meteorological and climatic information can be a great help for early assessment of drought impacts in Turkey.
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Puntuación: 1303410.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=ICCD/COP(7)/CST/7&Lang=S
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