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After numerous of attempts by the Greek authorities to obtain details of the use being made of the funds provided to the Centre, on 16 September 2005, the Greek Minister of Interior, Public Administration and Decentralisation (“Minister of Interior”) made a written request to the Director, DPADM, for an external audit of the Centre’s accounts; that audit was made a precondition of discussion of Greece’s financing of UNTC under the next five-year plan (2006- 2010). 8. By letter of 5 December 2005 to the Minister of Interior, the Director, DPADM, declined to hold an audit and pointed out that, given the uncertainty about future financing and the fact that only one month remained before the project came to an end, DPADM had to be prepared for the possibility that the project be not extended. (...) By letter also dated 5 December 2005, which the Applicant maintains he received on 9 December 2005, the Director, DPADM, forwarded to the Applicant a copy of the letter to the Minister of Interior. 10. On 16 December 2005, the Minister of Interior asked the Director, DPADM for accounts showing how the funds were managed. 11.
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Score: 1107132 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2011-039e.pdf
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In late 2008, an agreement was signed between UNODC and the Ministry of Interior, UAE, to open a UNODC Sub-Regional Office in Abu Dhabi and to establish L-5, L-4 and L-3 positions. (...) By letter dated 17 June 2009, the Executive Director of UNODC informed the Ministry of Interior of the State of Qatar that the position of the Regional Programme Coordinator for the GCC countries in Vienna would be abolished and that given the fact that UNODC would soon open a Sub-Regional Office in Abu Dhabi, UAE, he had appointed the Applicant as UNODC Representative to the UAE and Special Representative to all Gulf countries. 11. By letter dated 19 June 2009, in response to a letter dated 29 April 2009 not available to the Tribunal, the Executive Director of UNODC informed the Ministry of Interior of the UAE that he had appointed the Applicant as UNODC Representative to the UAE and Special Representative to all Gulf countries and Case No.
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Score: 1024666.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2010-001.pdf
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Whole of government - federal and regional - involved in this coordination, at political and administrative levels • Prime Minister • Vice-Prime Ministers - also Ministers of Finances, Budget, Interior and Justice • Ministers of: • Labour • Employment • Social Integration • Development • European Affairs • Health • Ad hoc invitees • Regions and Communities II. (...) Creation of a budget line for Migration in Federal Public Service for Development through transfer of budgetary means for external actions from the Interior to the Development Ministry => projects jointly decided by Interior, Foreign Affairs, Development Findings: • although objectives of Interior differ from Development, common ground can be found • often small scale projects: ill adapted to policy objectives of development aid which favours concentrated and long term actions • target countries not always on Interior's priority list for development aid • increased understanding on both sides has led to identification of longer term projects (ex.: capacity building in RDC) 3. Organisation of a Conference on Migration and Development • joint organisation of an International Conference on Migration and Development in March 2006 by: o Foreign Affairs o Development o Interior o IOM o World Bank • creation of: o a new focal point for Migration in Development Ministry + o a network Migration and Development • => preparation of a joint Note on Migration and Development for the Council of Ministers (by Foreign Affairs, Development and Interior) • => a steering committee (Foreign Affairs, Development, Interior, IOM and World Bank) for preparation and follow-up of conference: with identification of further activities, projects, policy orientations and preparation of High Level Dialogue 4.
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Score: 843283.2 - https://www.un.org/development...les/unpd_om_200606_declerq.pdf
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Whole of government - federal and regional - involved in this coordination, at political and administrative levels • Prime Minister • Vice-Prime Ministers - also Ministers of Finances, Budget, Interior and Justice • Ministers of: • Labour • Employment • Social Integration • Development • European Affairs • Health • Ad hoc invitees • Regions and Communities II. (...) Creation of a budget line for Migration in Federal Public Service for Development through transfer of budgetary means for external actions from the Interior to the Development Ministry => projects jointly decided by Interior, Foreign Affairs, Development Findings: • although objectives of Interior differ from Development, common ground can be found • often small scale projects: ill adapted to policy objectives of development aid which favours concentrated and long term actions • target countries not always on Interior's priority list for development aid • increased understanding on both sides has led to identification of longer term projects (ex.: capacity building in RDC) 3. Organisation of a Conference on Migration and Development • joint organisation of an International Conference on Migration and Development in March 2006 by: o Foreign Affairs o Development o Interior o IOM o World Bank • creation of: o a new focal point for Migration in Development Ministry + o a network Migration and Development • => preparation of a joint Note on Migration and Development for the Council of Ministers (by Foreign Affairs, Development and Interior) • => a steering committee (Foreign Affairs, Development, Interior, IOM and World Bank) for preparation and follow-up of conference: with identification of further activities, projects, policy orientations and preparation of High Level Dialogue 4.
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Score: 843283.2 - https://www.un.org/development..._om_200606_policycoherence.pdf
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Resolución relativa al trabajo decenteen el sector de la navegación interior STCMLC-2018-Resolución adoptada-trabajo decente-sector navegación interior-Sp.docx 1 ORGANIZACIÓN INTERNACIONAL DEL TRABAJO STCMLC/2018 Tercera reunión del Comité Tripartito Especial establecido por el Consejo de Administración en virtud del artículo XIII del Convenio sobre el trabajo marítimo, 2006, en su versión enmendada (MLC, 2006) Ginebra 23-27 de abril de 2018 Resolución relativa al trabajo decente en el sector de la navegación interior Presentado por el Grupo de la Gente de Mar El Comité Tripartito Especial establecido por el Consejo de Administración en virtud del artículo XIII del Convenio sobre el trabajo marítimo, 2006, en su versión enmendada: Habiendo celebrado su tercera reunión en Ginebra del 23 al 27 de abril de 2018; Tomando nota de los estrechos vínculos entre el transporte marítimo y la navegación interior, y de la interrelación entre ambos sectores en la cadena de suministro del transporte; Tomando nota de que los accidentes mortales en el sector de la navegación interior empañan la imagen pública de todo el sector del transporte marítimo; Tomando nota de que el único instrumento de la Organización Internacional del Trabajo que cubre el sector de la navegación interior es la Recomendación sobre las horas de trabajo (navegación interior), 1920 (núm. 8), Lamenta la pérdida regular de vidas causada por accidentes en partes del sector; Tomando nota de que los trabajadores del sector de la navegación interior se enfrentan a condiciones de vida y de trabajo únicas que requieren una atención especial; Tomando nota del contenido del documento de trabajo núm. 297 sobre las condiciones de vida y de trabajo en la navegación interior en Europa, publicado por la Oficina Internacional del Trabajo en 2013; Reconociendo que existe un déficit en partes del sector en relación con las condiciones de vida y de trabajo decentes, y que la Oficina Internacional del Trabajo debería adoptar medidas para encarar dicho déficit; Reconociendo la importancia de las vías navegables interiores como un medio de transporte sostenible tanto para la carga como para las personas, 2 STCMLC-2018-Resolución adoptada-trabajo decente-sector navegación interior-Sp.docx Alienta a los órganos consultivos sectoriales 1, que se reunirán en enero de 2019, a considerar recomendar al Consejo de Administración que convoque una reunión sectorial en el bienio 2020-2021 para discutir el modo en que podría promoverse el trabajo decente en el sector de la navegación interior. 1 Los órganos consultivos sectoriales (compuestos por coordinadores regionales gubernamentales, coordinadores de la Organización Internacional de Empleadores (OIE) y de la Confederación Sindical Internacional (CSI) y representantes de las federaciones sindicales internacionales y los interlocutores sectoriales de la OIE pertinentes, y apoyados por la Oficina) se establecieron en 2007 para profundizar en los procesos de consulta que tienen por objeto examinar el contenido y el tipo de actividades sectoriales y formular recomendaciones para apoyar a la Oficina en el establecimiento de prioridades para las actividades sectoriales. Resolución relativa al trabajo decente en el sector de la navegación interior Presentado por el Grupo de la Gente de Mar
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Score: 827130.1 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_627179.pdf
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Interior design with augmented consuming task due to several mismatches between the reality implemented on smartphones has the potential to selection of interiors in a shop and their composition in a provide new opportunities for designers, as well as end users. target room. One of these mismatches is a lack of knowledge Therefore, designing and developing a system model for the in relation to the target room and to other interiors when an creation of a home interior layout-based application brings item is seen in a shop. (...) The AR with 3D model for the interior design needs to The proposed system model for home interior design can be consider the features to accomplish it on a target device with easily implemented as a mobile application.
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Score: 825402.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page101.html
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¿Quieres saber cuáles son? UNICEF INTERIOR 42 DERECHOS 8/2/05 16:51 Página 5 01 La Convención se aplica a todas las personas menores de 18 años de edad. (...) ARTÍCULO 05 ORIENTACIÓN DE LOS PADRES Y MADRES UNICEF-Comité Español INTERIOR 42 DERECHOS 8/2/05 16:52 Página 10 06 Todos los niños y niñas tienen derecho a la vida. (...) ARTÍCULO 27 EL NIVEL DE VIDA UNICEF-Comité Español INTERIOR 42 DERECHOS 8/2/05 16:52 Página 32 28 Tienes derecho a la educación.
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Score: 822220.3 - https://www.unicef.org/colombi...Convenci%C3%B3n%20derechos.pdf
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Greece Republic of North Macedonia Ministry of Interior Minister’s Office 1 Ministry of Interior of 9 Dimce Mircev Str. (...) The Multi-Sectoral Working Group, whose members included employees of the Ministry of Interior, developed a 2018-2023 National Action Plan which lays down three goals. (...) The activity was carried out by the Ministry of Interior. Based on the 2018-2023 National Action Plan, in 2018 the Ministry of Interior prepared an Operational Plan wherein activities were foreseen within the scope of the Ministry’s Republic of North Macedonia Ministry of Interior Minister’s Office 2 Ministry of Interior of 9 Dimce Mircev Str.
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Score: 809067.04 - https://www.unwomen.org/sites/...mission-North-Macedonia-en.pdf
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Minister of Interior Decree of 2020 on regulating the entry, exit and residence of expatriates Skip to main content ILO Advancing social justice, promoting decent work ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations العربية Countries Topics Sectors Search ilo.org Search ilo.org Menu Home About the ILO Newsroom Meetings and events Publications Research Labour standards Statistics and databases Contact Us Arab States About us Regional Director Staff list Vacancies Areas of work Child Labour Domestic Workers Employers' Organizations Employment Promotion Syrian Refugee Crisis In Jordan In Lebanon Enterprise Development Gender equality and non-discrimination International Labour Standards Labour Migration Skills and employability Social Security Tripartism and Social Dialogue Workers' Organizations Countries covered Decent work in Arab States Projects Events Media centre News Statements and speeches Comment and Analysis Articles and features Multimedia Slideshows Publications World of Work Magazine Information resources Newsletters Factsheets and briefs ILO home Regions and countries Arab States Projects ILO Project Office for the State of Qatar Minister of Interior Decree of 2020 on regulating the entry, ... Minister of Interior Decree of 2020 on regulating the entry, exit and residence of expatriates Minister of Interior Decree No. (51) amends some provisions of the Executive Regulations of Law No. 21 of 2015 Regulating the Entry, Exit and Residence of Expatriates, Issued by Minister of Interior Decree No. 25 of 2019. Legal document | 22 September 2020 Download: Minister of Interior Decree of 2020 on regulating the entry, exit and residence of expatriates pdf - 0.3 MB Tags: fair recruitment Regions and countries covered: Qatar Tools This content is available in العربية A A+ A++ Print Share this content in Home page of ILO in Qatar ILO Project Office for the State of Qatar © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 808459.57 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/pro...WCMS_755963/lang--en/index.htm
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UNOFFICIAL ENGLISH TRANSLATION Minister of Interior Decree No. (51) of 2020 Amending Some Provisions of the Executive Regulations of Law No. 21 of 2015 Regulating the Entry, Exit and Residence of Expatriates, Issued by Minister of Interior Decree No. 25 of 2019 The Minister of Interior, Having perused: Law No. 21 of 2015 Regulating the Entry, Exit and Residence of Expatriates, as amended; Emiri Resolution No. 29 of 1996 on the Resolutions of the Council of Ministers Submitted to the Emir for Ratification and Promulgation; The Executive Regulations of Law No. 21 of 2015 Regulating the Entry, Exit and Residence of Expatriates, issued by the Minister of Interior Decree No. 25 of 2019, as amended by the Minister of Interior Decree No. 92 of 2019; This draft Decree adopted by the Council of Ministers in its regular meeting no. 31 of 2020 held on 19 August 2020; Has decreed as follows: Article 1 Articles 65 and 67 of the Executive Regulations of Law No. 21 of 2015 shall be replaced with the following: Article 65 “Changing employer for expatriates shall be governed by applicable laws and regulations, subject to the following: - The competent department within the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs shall be notified thereof, in accordance with established rules and procedures. - The change of employer must take place during the validity period of the residence permit, or within 90 days following expiry thereof, unless the permit has expired for reasons beyond the control of the expatriate.” (...) Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al-Thani Minister of Interior
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Score: 808459.57 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro.../legaldocument/wcms_755963.pdf
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