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The Ministry of the Interior has provided all employees with protective equipment and disinfectants, and other activities are being undertaken to ensure the highest possible level of hygienic and healthy working conditions. (...) The Ministry of the Interior has applied the method of working from home in teams in a two-week rotation for the work of officers performing tasks related to the procedures for granting international protection. (...) The Ministry of the Interior, as the competent body, took all measures and activities in a timely manner in order to protect and exercise all the rights of applicants for international protection and persons granted international protection.
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Score: 1052785.3 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de.../SubmissionsCOVID/Croatia.docx
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UNESCO supports the Minister of Interior of Iraq in providing protection for media institutions in Iraq Skip to main content Toggle navigation Building peace in the minds of men and women Member states Staff Search form Search Search English English العربية Main shared menu In brief Introducing UNESCO Mission and Mandate UNESCO House Strategic Transformation Portal Who's Who? (...) During the meeting, media representatives called the Ministry of Interior to assure protection for local and international media institutions in Iraq. (...) The Special Investigative Unit is part of the Ministry of the Interior, and was formed with the support of UNESCO through a project funded by the Dutch government.
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Score: 1047026.2 - https://en.unesco.org/news/une...ection-media-institutions-iraq
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Juan Francisco Galli, Under-Secretary of the Interior of the Ministry of Interior and Public Security of Chile, said any person entering Chile, regardless of their migratory status, had a right to receive healthcare, including access to COVID-19 tests and care.  (...) The delegation of Chile consisted of representatives of the Ministry of the Interior and Public Security, the National Congress, the Ministry of Foreign Relations, the Investigative Police of Chile, the Supreme Court, the Prosecution authorities, the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights, the Ministry of Women and Gender Equality, the Ministry of Labour and Social Services, the Ministry of Housing and Urban Planning, and the Permanent Mission of Chile in Geneva.  (...) Responses by the Delegation JUAN FRANCISCO GALLI, Under-Secretary of the Interior of the Ministry of Interior and Public Security of Chile , said that before the execution of the Colchane Plan , Chile had entered an agreement with Peru to limit illegal entries in that region. 
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Score: 1045336.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/press...elcomes-poositive-developments
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URL: https://unece.org/housing/cudhlm-session82 Ministers participating H.E. (...) David Lucas Paron  Secretary General for Urban Agenda and Housing, Spain   Mr. Xidoyatov Sherzod Saidjanovich Minister of Housing and Communal Services, Uzbekistan Ms. (...) Tilman Buchholz Deputy Head, Federal Ministry Interior, Building and Community, Germany Ms. Terhi Lehtonen State Secretary for Housing, Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change, Finland   Ms.
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Score: 1044983.4 - https://unece.org/housing/cudhlm-session82
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Those who  lived  in  the  interior  of  Rwanda  tried  to  reach  churches.  (...) The survivors were obliged to live in the houses of those who had fled the country while  they waited  to return  to  their own houses, destroyed during  the genocide.   
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Score: 1041503.1 - https://www.un.org/ar/preventg...16%20-%20Belancille%202009.pdf
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ONLINE: UNECE Regional Workshop "Housing governance to support housing affordability" | UNECE Skip to main content English Advanced Search Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Urban Development, Housing & Land Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos UNECE Housing and Land Management Events and meetings More options Meetings & Events (default menu) Meetings & Events Practical Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory ONLINE: UNECE Regional Workshop "Housing governance to support housing affordability" Housing and Land Management Sustainable Housing and Real Estate Markets Focusing on housing affordability challenges in the South-Eastern Europe 23 - 24 February 2021   Languages: English and Slovenian (simultaneous interpretation) The workshop was streamed LIVE at: https://www.unece-housing2021.com/  The Regional Workshop supported the regional exchange of experiences and good practices in countries of the UNECE region on promoting access to decent, adequate, affordable and healthy housing as part of the countries’ responses to, and recovery plans for the COVID-19 pandemic (this included the topics of “greening” cities and housing, using architectural and urban planning solutions and innovations to promote better quality of life etc.) (...) Programme 5438 _ Draft programme - workshop "Housing governance to support housing affordability" _ 353014 _ English _ 773 _ 320124 _ pdf Presentations: Session 1. Overview of key international initiatives on affordable housing in Europe 7847 _ German EU Council Presidency: New Leipzig Charter - Tilman Buchholz, German Federal Ministry of the Interior _ 353436 _ English _ 773 _ 320882 _ pdf 7847 _ Housing Policy in the OECD - Marissa Plouin, Housing Policy Analyst, OECD _ 353495 _ English _ 773 _ 320979 _ pdf 7847 _ WHO's activities on housing and health - Nathalie Roebbel, Head Urban Health, the World Health Organization (WHO) _ 353496 _ English _ 773 _ 320980 _ pdf 7847 _ Focusing on housing affordability challenges in the South-Eastern Europe - Grzegorz Gajda, Senior Urban Sector Specialist, Regional and Urban Development, European Investment Bank (EIB) _ 353497 _ English _ 773 _ 320981 _ pdf 7847 _ Positive policy solutions to improve housing affordability in the UNECE region - Elena Szolgayova, #Housing2030 Initiative Co-Chair; David Orr, #Housing2030 Initiative Co-Chair; Julie Lawson, Lead Writer of the study report _ 353500 _ English _ 773 _ 320984 _ pdf Presentations: Session 2.
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Score: 1041322.5 - https://unece.org/housing/even...vernance-housing-affordability
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Although the consequences affect the entire population, they do affect stronger those that are the most in need. Urban numbers The housing deficit reaches 4.100.000 households, where 2.700.000 corresponds to qualitative deficit and 1.300.000 to quantitative deficit (2010). 16% of houses lack drinkable water and 45% sanitary sewer (2016). 17% of the population face lack of tenure security (2016). (...) Juan Maquieyra, President of the City of Buenos Aires Housing Institute Donors and partners The success of our work in Argentina relies on successful partnerships, particularly with national authorities. For the last two years UN-Habitat has been involved with the Ministry of Interior, Public Works and Housing. The agency has also developed partnerships with the Government of the City of Buenos Aires.
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Score: 1040751.8 - https://unhabitat.org/ja/node/142219
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With this nationwide housing project thousands of houses will be constructed. (...) With other NGOs there exists a functional obliga- tion with regards to health, credit provision to women, responsible parenthood and sexuality, housing and activi- ties in the interior of Suriname. In at least six villages in the interior where the local community was not used to lavatories, 123 eco-lavatories were built.
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Score: 1038641.6 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...me_preliminary_para_mdm_46.pdf
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Mandato | UNECE Skip to main content English Français Pусский Español العربية 汉语 Advanced Search Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Urban Development, Housing & Land Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos UNECE Transport Inland Transport Committee Mandato More options Inland Transport Committee Inland Transport Committee About us Introduction Terms of Reference Rules of Procedure ITC Structure About the Bureau Transport and the Sustainable Development Goals Annual Sessions 84th Annual Session 83rd Annual Session 82nd Annual Session 81st Annual Session 81st ITC linked events 80th Annual Session 80th ITC linked events Policy Segment 79th Annual Session 78th Annual Session 77th Annual Session 76th Annual Session 75th Jubilee Session 74th Annual Session 73rd Annual Session 72nd Annual Session 71st Annual session Meetings & Documents ITC Bureau [restricted] Meeting Documents before 2021 (ARCHIVE) Agenda Reports List of Main Decisions 2020 - 82nd session 2019 - 81st session 2018 - 80th session 2017 - 79th session 2016 - 78th session 2015 - 77th session 2014 - 76th session 2013 - 75th session 2012 - 74th session 2011 - 73rd session Working Documents 2020 - 82nd session 2019 - 81st session 2018 - 80th session 2017 - 79th session 2016 - 78th session 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 Informal Documents 82nd session 81st session 80th session 79th session 78th session 77th session 76th session 75th session 74th session 73rd session 72nd session 71st session 70th session 69th session 68th session Contact Inland Transport Committee Mandato Mandato revisado del Comité de Transportes Interiores de la Comisión Económica para Europa E/RES/2022/2 a) El Comité de Transportes Interiores es un centro de las Naciones Unidas que ofrece una plataforma completa para el estudio de todos los aspectos del desarrollo del transporte interior y la cooperación, con especial hincapié en la reglamentación mundial mediante los convenios de las Naciones Unidas en materia de transporte y otros medios; b) Los Estados miembros de la Comisión Económica para Europa participan en los períodos de sesiones del Comité como miembros de pleno derecho, con derecho de voto. Los Estados no miembros pueden participar como miembros de pleno derecho en las series de sesiones del Comité que se ocupan de los instrumentos jurídicos en los que son partes contratantes y seguir desempeñando funciones consultivas en otras esferas; c) El Comité ofrece a sus miembros y partes contratantes un foro para i) la cooperación y la consulta basadas en el intercambio de información y experiencias, ii) el análisis de las tendencias del transporte y de las tendencias de las políticas económicas y de transporte, y iii) una acción coordinada destinada a lograr un sistema de transporte eficiente, coherente, equilibrado y flexible, basado en los principios de la economía de mercado, que persiga los objetivos de la seguridad, la protección del medio ambiente y la eficiencia energética en el transporte y que tenga en cuenta la evolución del transporte y la política de los miembros del Comité; d) El Comité promueve la armonización y mejora de las reglamentaciones, normas y recomendaciones técnicas y operacionales entre sus miembros y partes contratantes en los diversos ámbitos del transporte interior, en particular la seguridad vial, los vehículos de carretera, el transporte de mercancías peligrosas, la facilitación del cruce de fronteras, la infraestructura y el transporte combinado; e) Promueve la facilitación del transporte internacional por carretera, ferrocarril y vías de navegación interior, en particular mediante la simplificación y armonización de los procedimientos administrativos para el cruce de fronteras y la documentación física y electrónica; f) Promueve el desarrollo coordinado de infraestructura para el transporte por carretera, ferrocarril y vías de navegación interiores y para el transporte combinado entre sus miembros y partes contratantes, a fin de lograr una conectividad coherente en el transporte internacional; g) El Comité persigue el objetivo del desarrollo del transporte sostenible mediante la promoción tanto de la reducción del impacto negativo del transporte en el medio ambiente como de la utilización de modos de transporte respetuosos con el medio ambiente, lo que incluye el desarrollo del transporte combinado; h) Con el fin de alcanzar los objetivos mencionados y garantizar las funciones mencionadas, el Comité de Transportes Interiores prepara, administra y, cuando procede, revisa los acuerdos, convenios y otros instrumentos internacionales jurídicamente vinculantes en los diversos ámbitos del transporte interior; i) Actúa como centro de apoyo a las nuevas tecnologías e innovaciones en el transporte interior proporcionando una plataforma para la digitalización, la conducción automatizada y los sistemas inteligentes de transporte; j) Formula metodologías y definiciones adecuadas para la recopilación, compilación y armonización de las estadísticas de transporte con fines de comparabilidad y coherencia. También evalúa la necesidad de recopilar y coordinar estadísticas a nivel internacional y examina la forma de mejorar su recopilación, presentación y calidad; k) Previa solicitud, el Comité asesora y presta asistencia a sus países miembros, en particular a los que afrontan importantes cambios económicos, mediante talleres, actividades de capacitación y otros medios adecuados sobre cuestiones de transporte de interés específico, en particular para desarrollar sistemas e infraestructura de transporte sostenible que sean compatibles con los de sus países vecinos; l) El Comité estudia los problemas referentes a la interrelación entre el transporte interior y el transporte marítimo y aéreo que se presentan entre sus miembros y partes contratantes; m) De conformidad con su estrategia, en el desempeño de su mandato el Comité coopera estrechamente con los órganos subsidiarios pertinentes de las comisiones regionales de las Naciones Unidas y las organizaciones regionales e internacionales, en especial las organizaciones y organismos de la región de la Comisión; n) La Mesa del Comité estará integrada por Estados miembros de la Comisión.
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Score: 1036453.8 - https://unece.org/es/transport...nd-transport-committee/mandato
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Prosecutors, Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Information, and media professionals discuss the issue of impunity for crimes against journalists in Cambodia Skip to main content Toggle navigation Building peace in the minds of men and women Member states Staff Search form Search Search English English Main shared menu In brief Introducing UNESCO Mission and Mandate UNESCO House Strategic Transformation Portal Who's Who? (...) Following the presentation of the guidelines, journalists, prosecutors and representatives from the Ministry of Interior and Ministry of Information engaged in a discussion on how to strengthen collaboration to address the issue of impunity for crimes against journalists and the establishment of safety mechanisms for reporters, to ensure that freedom of expression and access to information are protected in Cambodia. (...) Alam added that “UNESCO is ready to provide support and continue working with journalists and Ministries of Justice, Interior and Information, in building an environment where journalists feel safe to do their job”. 
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Score: 1036375.4 - https://en.unesco.org/news/pro...ia-professionals-discuss-issue
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