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NOTE VERBALE DATED 25 MARCH 2019 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF CUBA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE CHAIR OF THE COMMITTEE : SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION 1540 (2004)
االه ع S /A C .4 4 /2 0 1 9 /1 1 9 -0 6 6 2 8 4 /7 1 National report of the Republic of Cuba on the implementation of Security Council resolution 1540 (2004) OP 1 and related matters from OP 5, OP 6, OP 8 (a), (b) and (c) and OP 10 Legally binding instruments, organizations, codes of conduct, arrangements, statements and other issues Yes If yes, relevant information (i.e. signing, accession, ratification, etc.) (...) S /A C .4 4 /2 0 1 9 /1 7 /7 1 1 9 -0 6 6 2 8 OP 2 – Nuclear weapons, chemical weapons and biological weapons Does national legislation exist which prohibits persons or entities from engaging in one of the following activities? (...) Can violators be penalized? National legal framework Enforcement: civil/criminal penalties and others Remarks Yes If yes, source document Yes If yes, source document Nuclear weapons Chemical weapons Biological weaponsa Nuclear weapons Chemical weapons Biological weapons Legislative Decree No. 207 of 14 February 2000 on the use of nuclear energy Chemical weapons: Legislative Decree No. 202 of 28 December 1999 on the prohibition of the development, production, stockpiling and use of chemical weapons and on their destruction, chapter IV CITMA Decision No. 15 of 25 February 2003 establishing rules for national inspections and arrangements for international inspections CITMA Decision No. 32 of 31 January 2003 establishing rules governing the implementation of the national system for the control of the chemicals listed in the Chemical Weapons Convention, the granting of licences and permits and the processing of information Legislative Decree No. 309 of 23 February 2013 on chemical safety, chapter III S /A C .4 4 /2 0 1 9 /1 1 9 -0 6 6 2 8 2 6 /7 1 Are any of the following measures, procedures or legislation in place to account for, secure or otherwise protect nuclear, chemical and biological weapons and related materials?
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نتيجة: 700638.13 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=S/AC.44/2019/1&Lang=A
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REPORT OF THE FORMER REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS, FRANCIS M. DENG, ON THE REGIONAL SEMINAR ON INTERNAL DISPLACEMENT IN THE AMERICAS, MEXICO CITY, 18-20 FEBRUARY 2004 : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
National responsibility 58. Key elements of national responsibility for IDPs in the Americas include: Raising national awareness of the plight of IDPs 59. (...) Moreover, indigenous and ethnic groups such as Afro-Colombians have a special attachment to their land, which makes solutions other than return particularly difficult. 63. A national response must seek to remedy the exclusion of certain groups from the political and economic life of the nation. (...) Developing and adopting national legislation for IDPs is an important indicator of national responsibility.
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نتيجة: 700285.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=E/CN.4/2005/124&Lang=A
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SYNTHESIS REPORT ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FRAMEWORK FOR CAPACITY-BUILDING IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
It is the first in a series of modules developed on the various elements of a national communication (e.g. vulnerability and adaptation, national greenhouse gas inventories, and measures to mitigate climate change) to act as a guide for non-Annex I Parties in preparation of their national 2009 UNFCCC http://unfccc.int/resource/docs/publ ications/09_resource_guide1.pdf 15 G E .09-64699 FC C C /SBI/2009/10 Activity Purpose/target of activity Date and location Agencies involved Activity report or web link for further information communications Publication: Resource guide for preparing the national communications from non-Annex I Parties – Module 2: Vulnerability and Adaptation to climate change This module was developed as a prototype guide to assist non-Annex I Parties to prepare the vulnerability and adaptation section of their national communications 2009 UNFCCC http://unfccc.int/resource/docs/publ ications/08_resource_guide2.pdf Publication: Resource guide for preparing the national communications from non-Annex I Parties – Module 3: National Greenhouse Gas Inventories This module was developed as a guide to assist non-Annex I Parties in the preparation of the GHG inventories for their national communications. (...) projID=3409 Support Bahrain in preparing its second national communication report to UNFCCC To assist national teams to prepare GHG inventory, mitigation options, vulnerability and adaptation assessments and capacity- building needs 2007 Ongoing Bahrain UNEP http://www.pmew-bcc.com/ Advisory Support to develop Institutional Framework for Climate Change in Kuwait To assist in re-constituting the national climate change committee, advise to complete the initial national communication for Kuwait and to design a process for preparing the second national 2009 UNEP Mission report available FC C C /SBI/2009/10 G E .09 -64699 16 Activity Purpose/target of activity Date and location Agencies involved Activity report or web link for further information communication The National Communications Support Programme (NCSP) (Global) To provide technical and policy support to Parties not included in Annex I to the UNFCCC for preparing their National Communications UNDP Follow-up Workshop on Second National Communications, Pacific Islands • Guidance on managing the SNC process, including relevant technical and policy issues, particularly on how SNCs can provide inputs to relevant decision-making processes, and to the integration of climate change concerns into national development planning • Discussions on key technical issues to consider in the preparation of the 3 man components of the SNC, i.e. (...) Projectid=191 Workshop on Second National Communications, Asian Region Bangkok, Thailand, 8–12 September 2008 UNDP, UNEP, UNFCCC http://ncsp.undp.org/report_detail.c fm?
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نتيجة: 700124.76 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=FCCC/SBI/2009/10&Lang=A
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ACTION PLAN UNDER THE GLASGOW WORK PROGRAMME ON ACTION FOR CLIMATE EMPOWERMENT. DRAFT DECISION [-/CP.27][-/CMA.4]
To enhance access to tools and support for building capacity and raising awareness among Parties, national ACE focal points and non-Party stakeholders with regard to ACE. (...) To strengthen monitoring, evaluation and reporting of the implementation of all six ACE elements at all levels, according to Parties’ specific priorities, needs and national circumstances. ____________ * To be made available in all six official languages in the report on the session. 1 See decision 18/CP.26, annex, chap. (...) F C C C /S B I/2 0 2 2 /L .2 3 5 G E .2 2 -2 5 5 5 4 Table 1 Priority area A: policy coherence Activity Responsible entity or entities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation A.1 Strengthening coordination of ACE work under the UNFCCC Secretariat Ongoing to COP 31 (2026) Identifying good practices for integrating the six ACE elements into the work of the UNFCCC constituted bodies and reporting thereon in the annual summary report under the Glasgow work programme International Leading: secretariat Contributing: UNFCCC constituted bodies, including the Facilitative Working Group of the Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform, Parties, relevant organizations SB 62 (2025) Organizing a joint session with representatives of the UNFCCC constituted bodies and all work programmes under the UNFCCC at the ACE Dialogue to discuss ways of enhancing understanding of the role of children and youth and indigenous peoples in accelerating ACE implementation and promoting intergenerational knowledge-sharing in the context of their work International A.2 Strengthening integration of ACE into the development and implementation of national climate policies, plans, strategies and action Secretariat Ongoing to COP 31 (2026) Identifying good practices for integrating the ACE elements into national climate change policies, plans, strategies and action, including the considerations reflected in the eleventh preambular paragraph of the Paris Agreement – which, acknowledging that climate change is a common concern of humankind, states that Parties should, when taking action to address climate change, respect, promote and consider their respective obligations on human rights, the right to health, the rights of indigenous peoples, local communities, migrants, children, persons with disabilities and people in vulnerable situations and the right to development, as well as gender equality, empowerment of women and intergenerational equity – in the context of ACE, and reporting thereon in the annual summary report under the Glasgow work programme International Secretariat SB 62 (2025) Holding an interactive workshop at the ACE Dialogue in 2025, and at the regional level on an ongoing basis until COP 31 (2026), on developing and implementing national climate change policies, plans, strategies and action using a clear inclusive, intergenerational and gender-responsive approach International, regional Relevant organizations Ongoing to COP 31 (2026) Facilitating voluntary peer-to-peer exchanges that serve to provide technical and substantive guidance to national ACE focal points for engaging in relevant national processes and policies, such as national ACE strategies, according to national circumstances International, regional F C C C /S B I/2 0 2 2 /L .2 3 G E .2 2 -2 5 5 5 4 6 Table 2 Priority area B: coordinated action Activity Responsible entity or entities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation B.1 Enhancing regional cooperation through virtual and in-person regional dialogues, workshops and consultations, prior to the ACE Dialogues, taking advantage of existing forums, such as the regional collaboration centres and regional climate weeks, as appropriate, to enhance implementation of the Glasgow work programme at the regional level as well as local ACE hubs building on local initiatives Leading: relevant organizations, Parties Contributing: secretariat Ongoing to COP 31 (2026) Sharing experience and good practices from virtual and in- person regional dialogues, workshops and consultations prior to the ACE Dialogues, as appropriate Presenting the outcomes of regional activities at the ACE Dialogues and reporting thereon in the annual summary report under the Glasgow work programme and ACE newsletters Regional B.2 Promoting the development of regional and local networks and platforms that support ACE activities at the regional, national and local level, encouraging the involvement of youth, women, academics, children, traditional leaders and indigenous peoples in developing and implementing ACE activities and providing capacity-building in this regard Leading: secretariat Contributing: Parties, national ACE focal points, relevant organizations Ongoing to COP 31 (2026) Increased peer-to-peer exchange among national ACE focal points about ACE activities carried out at the national level through, inter alia, the ACE Dialogues, the regional climate weeks and informal virtual networking meetings organized by the secretariat International, regional F C C C /S B I/2 0 2 2 /L .2 3 7 G E .2 2 -2 5 5 5 4 Table 3 Priority area C: tools and support Activity Responsible entity or entities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation C.1 Building and strengthening the capacity and skills of national ACE focal points Leading: secretariat Contributing: Parties, national ACE focal points, relevant organizations Ongoing to COP 31 (2026) Providing capacity-building opportunities for national ACE focal points, including at the ACE Dialogues and the regional climate weeks International, regional C.2 Meaningfully including youth in and engaging with them on climate action at all levels and facilitating the inclusive participation of, inter alia, children, women, indigenous peoples and persons with disabilities, in climate action, according to national circumstances Relevant organizations, Parties Ongoing to COP 31 (2026) Providing capacity-building opportunities for youth with a focus on decision-making and implementing climate action at the national and international level according to national circumstances International, national Leading: secretariat, relevant organizations Contributing: youth and youth organizations Ongoing to COP 31 (2026) Providing opportunities for youth to present at ACE Dialogues and regional climate weeks to highlight the leadership role that youth play in climate action Allowing youth to participate in networking sessions and capacity-building workshops for national ACE focal points International, regional Leading: secretariat Contributing: relevant organizations SB 60 (June 2024) Mapping and collating existing guidelines and good practices in the annual summary report under the Glasgow work programme with respect to child education on and empowerment in climate action, with special consideration given to gender equality and inclusion of persons with disabilities International C.3 Enhancing multilevel action by national ACE focal points and non-Party stakeholders, including representatives of civil society organizations, youth-led and youth-inclusive organizations, community-based organizations, local communities and indigenous peoples Leading: secretariat Providing input: Parties, relevant organizations, multilateral and bilateral financial institutions Ongoing to COP 31 (2026) Reporting in the annual summary report under the Glasgow work programme on the provision of support, including financial support, for the participation of national ACE focal points and non-Party stakeholders, including representatives of civil society organizations and community-based organizations, in international meetings such as the ACE Dialogues and the sessions of the subsidiary bodies and the Conference of the Parties International Leading: secretariat, relevant organizations, multilateral and bilateral financial institutions Contributing: national ACE focal points, UNFCCC constituted bodies SB 60 (June 2024) Organizing an expert-run session on how to write strong project proposals at the ACE Dialogues to support the implementation of ACE activities International F C C C /S B I/2 0 2 2 /L .2 3 G E .2 2 -2 5 5 5 4 8 Table 4 Priority area D: monitoring, evaluation and reporting Activity Responsible entity or entities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation D.1 Strengthening monitoring, evaluation and reporting of the implementation of all six ACE elements Leading: secretariat Contributing: relevant organizations, research community Ongoing to COP 31 (2026) Compiling monitoring, evaluation and reporting best practices and resources and making such information available to Parties for use for their reporting on ACE activities on a voluntary basis, and reporting thereon in the annual summary report under the Glasgow work programme International D.2 Enhancing understanding of what constitutes high-quality and effective evaluation of ACE activities, according to national circumstances Secretariat, Parties, national ACE focal points, relevant organizations, research community Ongoing to COP 31 (2026) Organizing interactive workshops at all levels, including at the ACE Dialogue in 2023, with experts, national ACE focal points, youth leaders and other stakeholders to discuss ways of assessing the effectiveness of ACE implementation International, regional, national D.3 Supporting the consideration by the Subsidiary Body for Implementation of the annual summary report to be prepared by the secretariat on progress in implementing activities under the Glasgow work programme Secretariat Ongoing to COP 31 (2026) Holding information sessions prior to the sessions of the Conference of the Parties to present progress in implementing activities under the Glasgow work programme as reported in the annual summary report International المسائل المتعلقة بالعمل من أجل التمكين المناخي مشروع استنتاجات مقترحة من الرئاسة توصية من الهيئة الفرعية للتنفيذ مشروع المقرر [-/م أ-27][-/م أت-4] خطة العمل المتخذة في إطار برنامج عمل غلاسكو بشأن العمل من أجل التمكين المناخي
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 700120.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...n&DS=FCCC/SBI/2022/L.23&Lang=A
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RACISM, RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, XENOPHOBIA AND RELATED FORMS OF INTOLERANCE, FOLLOW-UP AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE DURBAN DECLARATION AND PROGRAMME OF ACTION : INFORMATION PRESENTED BY THE COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS (OMBUDSMAN) OF THE REPUBLIC OF AZERBAIJAN : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The Republic of Azerbaijan that adhered to the above mentioned Convention in June 16, 2000 improved its national legislation in compliance with the principles that were determined by the Framework Convention in the sphere of protection of the rights of national minorities. (...) Agitation and propaganda causing race, national, social enmity and animosity is prohibited. (...) The Commissioner visited Guba region where Jewish national minorities compact settled, also Khinalig village - the most remote settlement in this region, met local residents belonging to national minorities, got acquainted with their problems.
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نتيجة: 700071.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=A/HRC/14/NI/3&Lang=A
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE SALE OF CHILDREN, CHILD PROSTITUTION AND CHILD PORNOGRAPHY, NAJAT M'JID MAALLA : ADDENDUM
The policy of decentralizing services, at the heart of numerous national policies, including the national policy on youth, translated into the creation of seven new labour offices across the country. (...) The Special Rapporteur learned of numerous national policies adopted since the new Government took office in 2009, such as the five-year national plan of development guaranteeing human rights (2009-2014), which includes national policies on youth, women, security and social inclusion. 78. The national youth policy, adopted in August 2010, was the result of a national dialogue that included the participation of youth from 262 municipalities across the country.
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نتيجة: 699973.14 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/16/57/ADD.4&Lang=A
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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 ; NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
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 ; NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 699686.33 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=A/HRC/13/NI/9&Lang=A
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GENDER AND CLIMATE CHANGE PROPOSAL BY THE PRESIDENT. DRAFT DECISION -/CP.25. ENHANCED LIMA WORK PROGRAMME ON GENDER AND ITS GENDER ACTION PLAN
G E .1 9 -2 1 5 0 1 6 F C C C /C P /2 0 1 9 /L .3 Table 1 Priority area A: capacity-building, knowledge management and communication Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation A.1 Strengthen capacity-building efforts for governments and other stakeholders in mainstreaming gender in formulating, monitoring, implementing and reviewing, as appropriate, national climate change policies, plans, strategies and action, including nationally determined contributions, national adaptation plans and national communications Leading: Parties, relevant organizations Contributing: national gender and climate change focal points, secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Implementation of capacity- building for developing gender-responsive climate change policy Regional, national A.2 Discuss and clarify the role and the work of the national gender and climate change focal points, including through providing capacity-building, tools and resources, sharing experience and best practices, workshops, knowledge exchange, peer-to-peer learning, mentoring and coaching Leading: secretariat Contributing: national gender and climate change focal points, relevant organizations, Parties SB 52 (2020) In-session workshop Recommendations on the role of the national gender and climate change focal point International Leading: relevant organizations Contributing: secretariat, national gender and climate change focal points Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Provision of capacity-building opportunities, tools and resources Regional, national A.3 Enhance capacity-building for governments and other relevant stakeholders to collect, analyse and apply sex-disaggregated data and gender analysis in the context of climate change, where applicable Leading: relevant organizations Contributing: Parties Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Promotion of tools, guidelines and training Regional, national, local A.4 Strengthen the evidence base and understanding of the differentiated impacts of climate change on men and women and the role of women as agents of change and on opportunities for women Parties, relevant organizations, the research community SB 54 (2021) Submissions on: - Dimensions and examples of the gender- differentiated impacts of climate change - The role of women as agents of change - Opportunities for women International, regional, national F C C C /C P /2 0 1 9 /L .3 7 G E .1 9 -2 1 5 0 1 Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation Secretariat By SB 56 (2022) Synthesis report on the submissions International Invite Parties, relevant organizations, the research community and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to participate in an event to present relevant information upon publication of the Sixth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change By COP 28 (2022) SBI–SBSTA special event International, regional, national A.5 Promote the use of social media, web resources and innovative communication tools to effectively communicate to the public, in particular reaching out to women, on the implementation of the Lima work programme on gender and its gender action plan and on gender equality Leading: Parties, relevant organizations, secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Effective communication through social media, web resources and innovative communication tools International, regional, national Table 2 Priority area B: gender balance, participation and women’s leadership Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation B.1 Promote initiatives for capacity-building in leadership, negotiation and facilitation of negotiation for women delegates, including through webinars and in-session training to enhance women’s participation in the UNFCCC process Leading: Parties, relevant organizations Contributing: secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Workshops, capacity-building initiatives, webinars International, regional, national B.2 Promote travel funds as a means of supporting the equal participation of women in all national delegations at UNFCCC sessions, as well as funds to support the participation of grass-roots local and indigenous peoples’ communities from developing countries, the least developed countries and small island developing States and encourage Parties and relevant organizations to share information on travel funding Leading: Parties Contributing: relevant organizations, secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Mobilization of travel funds to increase women’s participation in the UNFCCC process International, regional, national G E .1 9 -2 1 5 0 1 8 F C C C /C P /2 0 1 9 /L .3 Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation B.3 Invite the Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform Facilitative Working Group to collaborate and co-host a dialogue to discuss advancing the leadership and highlighting the solutions of local communities and indigenous women and ways of enhancing their effective participation in climate policy and action, to the extent that it is consistent with the workplan of the Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform Facilitative Working Group and within existing resources Invite to collaborate: Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform Facilitative Working Group, secretariat Contributing: Parties, relevant organizations SB 57 (2022) Dialogue International, regional Secretariat SB 58 (2023) Dialogue report International Table 3 Priority area C: coherence Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation C.1 Ensure that members of constituted bodies are introduced to gender-related mandates and to the relevance of gender in the context of their work in a consistent and systematic manner Leading: secretariat Contributing: relevant organizations Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) All new members of constituted bodies are introduced to the importance of gender-responsiveness International C.2 Facilitate the exchange of views and best practices of the Chairs of constituted bodies on how to strengthen the integration of the gender perspective into their work, taking into account the synthesis reports on progress in integrating a gender perspective into constituted body processes referred to in paragraph 14(b) of this decision Leading: Chairs of constituted bodies Contributing: secretariat SB 56 (2022) Selection of topics for dialogue International Leading: secretariat Contributing: relevant organizations SB 56 (2022) Compilation of good practices for integrating gender into the work of the constituted bodies International F C C C /C P /2 0 1 9 /L .3 9 G E .1 9 -2 1 5 0 1 Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation Leading: Chairs of constituted bodies Contributing: secretariat SB 58 (2023) Dialogue International Secretariat SB 59 (2023) Dialogue report International C.3 Strengthen coordination between the work on gender considerations of the subsidiary bodies under the Convention and the Paris Agreement and other relevant United Nations entities and processes, in particular the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, as applicable Leading: secretariat Contributing: Parties, constituted bodies, relevant organizations COPs sessions from COP 26 (2020) In-session dialogue on Gender Day focused on one thematic area relevant to the Convention and the Paris Agreement to promote coherence reflecting multidimensional factors International Table 4 Priority area D: gender-responsive implementation and means of implementation Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation D.1 Share experience and support capacity-building on gender budgeting, including on the integration of gender-responsive budgeting into national budgets to advance gender-responsive climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate Parties, secretariat, relevant organizations 31 July 2022 Submissions International Leading: relevant organizations Contributing: Parties, national gender and climate change focal points, secretariat, relevant national finance and budgeting entities, any other relevant entity 2022 Expert group meeting International, regional, national Leading: secretariat Contributing: relevant organizations COP 28 (2022) Gender Day theme International D.2 Raise awareness of the financial and technical support available for promoting the strengthening of gender integration into climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate, including good Leading: secretariat, Parties Contributing: Adaptation Fund, Global Environment Facility, Green Climate Fund, private Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Webinars, communication materials, in-session workshops International, regional, national G E .1 9 -2 1 5 0 1 1 0 F C C C /C P /2 0 1 9 /L .3 Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation practices to facilitate access to climate finance for grass-roots women’s organizations and indigenous peoples and local communities sector, philanthropic financial institutions, other relevant organizations D.3 Promote the deployment of gender-responsive technological solutions to address climate change, including strengthening, protecting and preserving local, indigenous and traditional knowledge and practices in different sectors and for improving climate resilience, and by fostering women’s and girls’ full participation and leadership in science, technology, research and development Leading: Parties, relevant organizations, constituted bodies Contributing: secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Workshops, capacity- building initiatives, webinars International, regional, national D.4 Support the collection and consolidation of information and expertise on gender and climate change in sectors and thematic areas as well as identifying experts on gender and climate change, as needed, and enhance knowledge platforms on gender and climate change Leading: Parties, relevant organizations Contributing: secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Knowledge and expertise platforms on gender and climate change International, regional, national D.5 Engage women’s groups and national women and gender institutions in the process of developing, implementing and updating climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate, at all levels Parties, relevant organizations Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Engagement of women’s groups and national women and gender institutions in developing and implementing climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate National Parties, relevant organizations Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Peer-to-peer exchange on country experience and needs Regional Parties, relevant organizations Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Open call for submissions to share experience International, national D.6 Exchange information on lessons learned among Parties that have integrated gender into Parties, relevant organizations 31 March 2020 Submissions on lessons learned International, national F C C C /C P /2 0 1 9 /L .3 1 1 G E .1 9 -2 1 5 0 1 Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation national climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate (e.g. information on results, impacts and main challenges), and on the actions that Parties are taking to mainstream gender in any updates thereto, as appropriate Leading: secretariat Contributing: national gender and climate change focal points, relevant organizations SB 52 (2020) In-session workshop on lessons learned and actions taken in any updates International Secretariat SB 53 (2020) Informal workshop report International Leading: relevant organizations Contributing: secretariat, national gender and climate change focal points Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Workshops, dialogues, training expert meetings Regional, national D.7 Enhance the availability of sex-disaggregated data for gender analysis, taking into consideration multidimensional factors, to better inform gender- responsive climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate Leading: relevant organizations, Parties Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Management and availability of sex- disaggregated data for gender analysis in national systems, as appropriate National Table 5 Priority area E: monitoring and reporting Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation E.1 Strengthen the monitoring and reporting on women in leadership positions within the UNFCCC process in the context of the gender composition report referred to in paragraph 14(b) of this decision and including through case studies Secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Inclusion of additional information in gender composition report International E.2 Monitor and report on the implementation of gender-responsive climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate, reported by Parties in regular reports and communications under the UNFCCC process Secretariat COP 28 (2022) COP 30 (2024) Compilation and synthesis report International
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 699251.86 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=FCCC/CP/2019/L.3&Lang=A
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REPORT OF THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY TO THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
In addition to financing the implementation of projects, the GEF assists eligible countries in formulating and developing projects consistent with their national priorities, including those identified in their national communications. (...) During the current reporting period, three additional National Adaptation Programs of Action (NAPAs) have been completed (Laos, Solomon Islands, and Yemen), bringing the total of the completed NAPAs to forty-one. (...) With respect to the preparation and implementation of the National Adaptation Programs of Action (NAPAs) under the LDCF, three additional NAPAs have bee
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 699001 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=FCCC/CP/2009/9&Lang=A
مصدر البيانات: ods
ARTICLE 6 OF THE CONVENTION [ON CLIMATE CHANGE] : DRAFT CONCLUSIONS / PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
Scope of the Doha work programme 16. As part of their national programmes to implement the Convention, and taking into account national circumstances and capacities, Parties are encouraged to undertake activities under the categories listed below, which reflect the six elements of Article 6 of the Convention. (...) [As initial priorities, the implementation of the work programme will require the strengthening of national institutions and capacities, in particular in developing countries.] (...) NGOs are invited to provide relevant information to the secretariat and in accordance with their national circumstances, informing and involving their national focal FCCC/SBI/2012/L.26 GE.12-70769 14 point as appropriate, on progress achieved for the purpose of reviewing the Article 6 work programme and evaluating its effectiveness in 2016 and 2020.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 698910.94 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=FCCC/SBI/2012/L.26&Lang=A
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