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The international community, of which we are part, has failed them. We are failing them. I want to apologize to the more than 3,500 Palestinian men, women, elderly persons and children who have been wounded and may be permanently disabled as a result of the Israeli aggression. (...) The international community has failed them. I want to apologize for the illegal settlements. The international community has failed them. I want to apologize for the inhumane wall being built to isolate them.
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Score: 756000.1 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-180742/
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ABSTRACT: Consequences of a failed Doha Round SESSION 17: CONSEQUENCES OF A FAILED DOHA ROUND Organized by: EUROCHAMBRES and the Foreign Trade Association Sub-theme 1: Challenges and Opportunities facing the WTO Date: Thursday 25th of September 9:00 - 11:00 Meeting Room: W Abstract In the final two weeks of July all efforts were made in Geneva to try to achieve an agreement on the Doha Development Agenda (DDA) round of multilateral trade negotiations. (...) This session will discuss the macroeconomic implications that the failed Doha round could have on the global trade agenda and on the existing acquis of the GATT/WTO. (...) BOURGEOIS, Professor at the College of Europe (Bruges) · Stefano MINGAIA, Fan Gioielli SPA, Director · Elmer SCHIALER, Permanent Mission of Peru to the United Nations and other International Organizations at Geneva, Minister. Eurochambres - The Association of European Chambers of Commerce and Industry represents over 19.9 million enterprises in Europe through 45 national associations of Chambers of Commerce and Industry and a European network of 2000 regional and local Chambers.
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Score: 739196.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/fo...blic_forum08_e/session17_e.doc
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If we fail in Africa, we will fail in the world, António Guterres tells UN staff | Africa Renewal Skip to main content Get the free mobile apps Get the latest news from us on our apps.   Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: English Africa Renewal Africa Renewal Toggle navigation e-Magazine Stories Topics Climate Change Culture and Education Economic Development Gender Health Human Rights Peace and Security Sustainable Development Goals Youth Book Review Refugees & Migrants UN Affairs Search form Search If we fail in Africa, we will fail in the world, António Guterres tells UN staff Get monthly e-newsletter News If we fail in Africa, we will fail in the world, António Guterres tells UN staff By:  Economic Commission for Africa Photo credit: UN Photo/Antonio Fiorente Secretary-General António Guterres meets President of Uganda Yoweri Kaguta Museveni at the 28th summit of the African Union (AU), in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Photo credit: UN Photo/Antonio Fiorente The United Nations would have failed in its work if it fails to make a difference in Africa, Secretary-General António Guterres said Sunday.
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Score: 738355.37 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...%B3nio-guterres-tells-un-staff
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Our success here in Bali will provide the necessary impetus for an expansion of global trade, that in the end, will help reduce poverty around the world,” said Indonesian president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono . “By failing to deliver this package we would fail businesses around the world. We would fail the unemployed and the underemployed. We would fail the poor, we would fail those who rely on food security schemes, we would fail developing country farmers, we would fail developing country cotton growers, and we would fail the least-developed economies as a whole,” said WTO Director-General Roberto Azevêdo . (...) These obstacles “require political calls to overcome — political calls of a nature that we simply cannot make in Geneva”, he told the ministers. If WTO members fail to agree within the next few days — and “it’s now or never,” he said — the loss would be more than the issues on the table themselves.
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Score: 734183 - https://www.wto.org/english/news_e/news13_e/mc9_day1_e.htm
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By failing to invest in breastfeeding, we are failing mothers and their babies Skip to main content Democratic Republic of Congo Toggle navigation Français English Global links - EN Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Democratic Republic of Congo EXPLORE UNICEF DRC Where we work Our representative Our Ambassadors In memoriam Press centre Work for UNICEF DRC Donate Main navigation What we do Reports and research Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release By failing to invest in breastfeeding, we are failing mothers and their babies 02 August 2017 UNICEF DRC/Dubourthoumieu Available in: Français English KINSHASA, 2 August 2017 - Babies and mothers worldwide failed by lack of investment in breastfeeding. (...) Nurturing the Health and Wealth of Nations: The Investment Case for Breastfeeding, suggests that meeting this target could save the lives of 520,000 children under the age of five and potentially generate US$300 billion in economic gains over 10 years, as a result of reduced illness and health care costs and increased productivity. “ Breastfeeding is one of the most effective – and cost effective – investments nations can make in the health of their youngest members and the future health of their economies and societies ,” said UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake. “ By failing to invest in breastfeeding, we are failing mothers and their babies – and paying a double price: in lost lives and in lost opportunity .”
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Score: 732253.86 - https://www.unicef.org/drcongo...iling-mothers-and-their-babies
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The contested decision is arbitrary and unlawful; b. UNICEF failed to obtain the renewal of her visa; c. UNICEF failed to send a formal letter of apology to the Government of Pakistan; d. UNICEF failed to allow the Applicant to work remotely and to reassign her to another position commensurate with her grade, competence, skills and experience; and e. (...) Consequently, this argument also fails. 65. In light of the above, the Tribunal finds that Applicant has failed to substantiate her allegations that the contested decision was tainted by improper motives.
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Score: 730156.2 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...dt/judgments/undt-2021-011.pdf
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No financial loss to the Organization OLS Under Review 21 Arab States Staff member allegedly engaged in a conflict of interest by failing to recuse herself/himself both from an interview panel and from supervising and scoring a test during recruitment processes, where her/his relatives were successful candidates. (...) No financial loss to the Organization was identified OLS Under Review 22 HQ Staff member allegedly failed to exercise adequate due diligence prior to changing a vendor's banking information, which resulted in a loss of funds to UNDP. $62,304.00 OLS Under Review 23 HQ Staff member allegedly failed to exercise adequate due diligence prior to changing a vendor's banking information, which resulted in a loss of funds to UNDP. (...) No financial loss to the Organization was identified VRC Under Review Vendor received an interim suspension. 30 Arab States Two vendors allegedly colluded to commit procurement fraud by failing to disclose that they had the same owner whilst bidding against each other during two procurement processes.
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Score: 729977.4 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...files/dp2022-15_Annex%204.docx
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Session 37, WTO Public Forum, 26 September 2012, 14:15-16:15 Session 16: Gridlock: why global cooperation is failing when it is most needed Overall theme: Is multilateralism in crisis? (...) All of these processes – in part a function of previous successful efforts at cooperation – have led global cooperation to fail us even as we need it most. The session examined the growing problem of gridlock across the multilateral system. (...) Presentations by the panellists (a) Ms Roberta Piermartini, Counsellor, ERSD, WTO The objective of this session was to answer three questions: · Why is global cooperation failing? · Why is this failing now? · What are the possible solutions?
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Score: 728569.97 - https://www.wto.org/english/fo...forum12_e/session16_summ_e.doc
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TAG/MRTD/17 (3 pages) TAG-MRTD-17-WP.4.passports that fail to read.en.doc TECHNICAL ADVISORY GROUP ON MACHINE READABLE TRAVEL DOCUMENTS (TAG-MRTD) SEVENTEENTH MEETING Montréal, 20 to 22 March 2007 Agenda item 2: Implementation of ePassports Agenda item 2.1: Progress and issues PROCESSING TRAVELLERS PRESENTING ePASSPORTS THAT FAIL TO READ Presented by the New Technologies Working Group (NTWG) 1. (...) BACKGROUND 2.1 There has only been limited discussion of the action that should be taken if a chip fails to read. In the discussions that have taken place up to now on e-passports, there has been a general acceptance that if the chip fails to open/read properly, then the passport should be treated as still valid. (...) Apart from border control, this might at some point involve carrying companies who may want to read the chip to confirm the authenticity of the document. 2.3 It is therefore of significant importance for both the user of the e-passport and those who may want to read the data on the chip, that there is a clear policy and guidance on the action to be taken International Civil Aviation Organization WORKING PAPER TAG-MRTD/17-WP/4 27/2/07 English only TAG-MRTD/17-WP/4 - 2 - when the chip fails to read.
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Score: 726984.67 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...ag-Mrtd-17/TagMrtd17_WP004.pdf
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The Party concerned argues that eliminating the expenses of a negative outcome does not seem reasonable from a constitutional point of view, as the party unjustly brought to trial should be entitled to reimbursement of costs to stand victoriously in court.56 Limitations on legal aid for individuals and non-profit organizations – article 9 (5) 59. The communicant claims that the Party concerned fails to comply with the obligation in article 9 (5) of the Convention to establish appropriate mechanisms to remove or reduce financial and other barriers to access to justice.57 60. (...) The Committee therefore concluded that the Party concerned had failed to comply with article 9 (4) of the Convention.74 85. (...) Based on the foregoing, the Committee finds that, by failing to ensure that costs orders against unsuccessful claimants in review procedures under article 9 (2) and (3) of the Convention are fair and not prohibitively expensive, the Party concerned has failed to comply with article 9 (4) of the Convention.
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Score: 723894.2 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...10/ECE_MP.PP_C.1_2021_22_E.pdf
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