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Sanjeet Singh Sidhu, sanjeet@mapa.org.my 11:50 – 12:10 Air Traffic Controller/ATC Perspective Mr. Carl Modder, cfmodder@cad.gov.hk 12:10 – 12:30 Airport Perspective Mr. (...) Zainul Fuad MD Wahi, zainul@dca.gov.my 12:00 – 12:20 Airport Operator perspective of Excursion Hazards and Proposed Mitigation strategies. (...) Mohd Zubir Mohd Meerah zubir@malaysiaairports.com.my 12:20 – 13:30 Lunch 13:30 – 13:50 Airport Operator perspective of Incursion Hazards and Proposed Mitigation strategies Dato’ Azmi Murad azmi@malaysiaairports.com.my 13:50 – 14:10 Air Traffic Controller/ATC perspective Mr.
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Score: 461778.37 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...20rev%206_%20November%2014.pdf
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The preparation of the study was coordinated by the Special Adviser on Gender Issues and Advancement of Women, Ms Angela King, in close collaboration with the Interagency Taskforce, who contributed material from headquarter and field perspectives, commented on several drafts and provided input to the recommendations. (...) It committed itself to integrate gender perspectives into the mandates of all peacekeeping missions and to integrate gender perspectives into the terms of reference of its visits and Missions to countries and regions in conflict. (...) Member States, the United Nations system, civil society and other relevant actors were encouraged to develop clear strategies and action plans with goals and timetables, on the integration of gender perspectives in humanitarian operations, rehabilitation and reconstruction programmes.
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Score: 461745.17 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/osagi/wps/sg2002.htm
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Responsible governance of fisheries: a right to food perspective | 食物权 | 联合国粮食及 农业组织 FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español 食物权 背景 工作领域 食物权准则 资源 新闻与事件 所有资源 出版物 数据库和工具 Newsletters 视频 学习资源 术语 Responsible governance of fisheries: a right to food perspective Author: Daniel Gomez Information Brief, 2014. (...) Developed jointly with the FAO study The Right to Food and the Responsible Governance of Tenure: A dialogue towards implementation , this Information Brief offers a right to food perspective on a crucial governance matter for the implementation of the VGGT. (...) Link 语言版本 : http://www.fao.org/3/a-bt408e.pdf 区域 : 类别 : 培训和宣传材料 关键词 : 宣传倡导, 国际法, 粮食安全与营养 分享本页内容 Related links The three other briefs can be found below: Gender-equitable governance of tenure of land, fisheries and forests: a right to food perspective Responsible governance of forests: a right to food perspective Responsible governance of agricultural investments: a right to food perspective 联系我们 条款和条件 数据保护与隐私声明 欺诈邮件 报告不当行为 工作 采购 领导机构 监察长办公室 评价 法律办公室 道德操守办公室 粮农组织各部及办公室 非洲区域办事处 亚洲及太平洋区域办事处 欧洲及中亚区域办事处 拉丁美洲及加勒比区域办事处 近东及北非区域办事处 国家代表处 X 有关我们的信息请查看                                             下载我们的应用程序 © FAO, 2022
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Score: 461745.17 - https://www.fao.org/right-to-f.../resources-detail/zh/c/903006/
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Une gouvernance responsable des pêches: Une perspective du droit à l’alimentation | Droit à l'alimentation | Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Droit à l'alimentation Contexte Sphères d'activité Directives Ressources Nouvelles et Evènements Toutes les ressources Publications Bases de données et outils Bulletins d´information Vidéos Resources de formation Glossaire Une gouvernance responsable des pêches: Une perspective du droit à l’alimentation Auteur: Daniel Gomez Document d’information, 2014. (...) Développé conjointement avec l’étude de la FAO Le droit à l’alimentation et une gouvernance responsable des régimes fonciers : un dialogue vers la mise en œuvre , ce Document d’information offre une perspective du droit à l’alimentation sur une thématique importante pour la mise en œuvre des VGGT. (...) Link Disponible en : http://www.fao.org/3/a-bt408e.pdf Région : Catégorie : Matériel de formation et de sensibilisation Mots-clés : Sensibilisation, Droit international, Sécurité alimentaire et nutritionnelle Partagez Related links Les trois autres documents d’information se trouvent ci-dessous [en anglais]: Une équité des genres pour une gouvernance responsable des terres, des pêches et des forêts: Une perspective du droit à l’alimentation Une gouvernance responsable des forêts: Une perspective du droit à l’alimentation Une gouvernance responsable des investissements agricoles: Une perspective du droit à l’alimentation Contactez-nous Termes et conditions Protection et confidentialité des données Alerte aux messages frauduleux Signaler un cas de mauvaise conduite Emplois Achats Organes directeurs Bureau de l'Inspecteur général Évaluation Bureau juridique Bureau de la déontologie Départements et Bureaux de la FAO Bureau régional pour l'Afrique Bureau régional pour l'Asie et le Pacifique Bureau régional pour l'Europe et l'Asie centrale Bureau régional pour l'Amérique latine et les Caraïbes Bureau régional pour le Proche-Orient et l'Afrique du Nord Bureaux sous-régionaux X Suivez-nous                                             Téléchargez notre App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 461745.17 - https://www.fao.org/right-to-f.../resources-detail/fr/c/172235/
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Launch of the International Journal of Labour Research COVID-19 and Recovery: The Role of Trade Unions in Building Forward Better 24th June 2021, 11h-12h45 (CET) Opening and Session 1 10:50-11:00 11:00-11:05 11:05-11:15 11:15-11:40 o Entry into the Webinar by registered participants o Welcome and introduction  Mamadou Souare, Coordinator, International Journal of Labour Research, Bureau for Workers’ Activities o Opening remarks  Maria Helena André, Director, Bureau for Worker’s Activities o Session 1: Trade Unions in Transitions  Trade union membership dynamics amidst COVID-19 Mohammed Mwamadzingo, Senior Economist, ACTRAV (5mn)  Southeast Asian Unions Respond to the Pressure of COVID-19 Michele Ford, Professor, University of Sydney (5 min) o Discussants  Union’s perspective: Roger Bjørnstad, Chief Economist, the Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions (5 mn)  ILO’s perspective: Vera Perdigao, Director of the Governance and Tripartism Department, ILO (5 mn) o Questions and Answers (participants- through Chat) 3mn o Moderator  Ariel Castro, Desk Officer Asia and Pacific , Bureau for Workers’ Activities Session 2 11:40-12:10 o Session 2: Unions policies against COVID-19  Workers’ rights and human rights – resolving historical tensions through a multi-tiered social security agenda Shea McClanahan, Senior Social Policy Specialist, Development Pathways (5 min)  Work-related injuries, diseases and Covid-19 Dr Jukka Takala , President of the International Commission on Occupational Health (5 mn)  Gender inequality during the pandemic: Perspectives of women workers in Latin America and the Caribbean Maria Bastidas Aliaga , Student, PhD Programme in Social Sciences, Pablo de Olavide University of Seville (5 mn) o Discussants  Union’s perspective: - Amal el Amri, Deputy General Secretary, Union Marocaine du Travail, (5 mn) - Felix Antony , General Secretary, Fiji Trades Union Congress, 5mn)  ILO’s perspective: Christina Behrendt, Head of Social Policy Unit, ILO (5mn) o Questions and Answers (participants- through Chat) 5mn o Moderator  Ursula Kulke, Bureau for Workers’ Activities Session 3 12:10-12:40 o Session 3: Strategies towards recovery from COVID  Macroeconomic policies for a job-led growth and recovery following Covid-19 pandemic with emphasis in sub-Saharan Africa Michael U. Akuupa, Director, Labour Resources and Research Institute, Namibia (5 mn)  Towards a just transition for all: Lessons from the pandemic Dimitris Stevis, Professor, Colorado State University, USA (5 mn)  Digitalize, Adapt and Innovate: Challenges and opportunities for trade unions amidst COVID-19 pandemic and the recovery period Sylvester Kisonzo, Chief ICT technical officer, Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa, Nairobi, Kenya) 5 mn o Discussants  Union’s perspective: Rafael Freire, General Secretary, Trade Union Confederations of Americas (5 mn)  ILO’s perspective: Sukti Dasgupta, Chief, Employment and Labour Market Policies Branch (5 mn) 12:40-12:45 o Questions and Answers (participants- through Chat) 5mn o Moderator  Anna Biondi Conclusions Maria Helena André
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Score: 461745.17 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_804243.pdf
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Mainstreaming gender perspectives in peace and security at the intergovernmental level………………………………….. 5-17 3-5 III. (...) Mainstreaming gender perspectives in peace and security at the intergovernmental level The Security Council 5. (...) While progress has been made in mainstreaming gender perspectives in peace operations, many challenges remain for more effectively incorporating gender perspectives in United Nations peace and security activities.
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Score: 461743.95 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...ge/activities/E-2004-CRP-3.pdf
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Agenda_Accountability Workshop_Manila 1 MULTI-COUNTRY WORKSHOP FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF ACCOUNTABILITY FRAMEWORK Manila, Philippines, 19-21 March 2012 Monday 19 March 2012 Chair Ugochi Daniels (UNFPA) 8.00 – 8.30 Registration 1 INTRODUCTION 8.30-9:00 9:00 – 9:15 Opening ceremony Implementation of the Global Strategy for Women's and Children's Health and country action Regional and country context: Political will and commitment to the Global Strategy Hans Troedsson (WHO) Han Tieru (WHO) Henk Bekedam (WHO) 9:15-09:30 Overview of the Commission recommendations and opportunities for strengthening country accountability Presentation Ties Boerma (WHO) 9:30-10:00 Perspectives of partners Tour de table UNFPA, UNICEF, PMNCH/IPPF, ARROW, ITU, JICA, KOFIH 10:00-10:30 Objectives, introduction to sessions, working groups and tool Presentation Fiona Gore (WHO) Each of the sessions 2-8 will be introduced by short orientation presentation and a short country experience. (...) 10.30-11.00 GROUP PHOTO & COFFEE BREAK 2 MATERNAL DEATH SURVEILLANCE AND RESPONSE AND QUALITY OF CARE ASSESSMENTS 11:00-11:15 Introductory presentation on maternal death surveillance and response and quality of care assessments Orientation Krishna Bose (WHO) 11:15-11:30 Country perspective Country experience Viet Nam 11:30-12:30 Country working groups with facilitators Country groups 12:30-13:00 Country feedback Country feedback in plenary 13:00-14:00 LUNCH 3 STRENGTHENING MONITORING OF RESULTS 14:00-14:15 14:15-14:30 Introductory presentation on monitoring of results Country perspective China Orientation Country experience Jun Gao (WHO) China 14:30-15:30 Country working groups with facilitators Country groups 15:30-16:00 COFFEE BREAK 16:00-16:30 Country feedback Country feedback in plenary 18:00-20:00 RECEPTION 2 Tuesday 20 March 2012 Chair Romeo Arca (IPPF) 4 STRENGTHENING CIVIL REGISTRATION AND VITAL STATISTICS (CRVS) 8:30-8:45 Introductory presentation on CRVS Jan Smit (ESCAP) 8:45-9:00 Country perspective - Mongolia Mongolia 5 STRENGTHENING INNOVATION THROUGH THE USE OF INFORMATION, COMMUNICATION AND TECHNOLOGY (ICT) 9:00-9:15 Introductory presentation on innovation through use of ICT Orientation Aurora Rubio (ITU)/ Mark Landry (WHO) 9:15-9:30 Country perspective - Cambodia Country experience Cambodia 9:30-10:30 Country working groups with facilitators – Session 4 CRVS & Session 5 ICT Country groups 10:30-11:00 COFFEE BREAK 11:00-12:00 Continued: Country working groups with facilitators – Session 4 CRVS & Session 5 ICT Country groups 12:00-12:30 Country feedback to plenary on Sessions 4 & 5 Country feedback in plenary 12:30-13:30 LUNCH 6 RESOURCE TRACKING AND NATIONAL HEALTH ACCOUNTS (MNCH) 13:30-13:45 Introductory presentation on resource tracking, NHA and MNCH sub-accounts Orientation Tessa Edejer (WHO) 13:45-14:00 Country perspective - Philippines Country perspective Philippines 7 NATIONAL REVIEW AND ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISMS 14:00-14:15 14:15-14:30 Introductory presentation on review and accountability mechanisms Country perspective – Lao PDR Orientation Country perspective Maia Ambegaokar (WHO) Lao PDR 14:30-15:30 Country working groups with facilitators – Session 6 Resource tracking & Session 7 Accountability mechanisms Country groups 15:30-16:00 COFFEE BREAK 16:00-17:00 Continued: Country working groups with facilitators - Session 6 Resource tracking & Session 7 Accountability mechanisms Country groups 17:00-17:30 Country feedback Country feedback in plenary 3 Wednesday 21 March 2012 Chair Jan Smit (ESCAP) 8 ADVOCACY AND OUTREACH 8:30-09:00 Advocacy and outreach panel Panel Romeo Jr.
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Score: 461126.7 - https://www.who.int/woman_chil...untability_workshop_manila.pdf
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Security Council resolution 1325 on women, peace and security, adopted in October 2000, calls on all actors to adopt a gender perspective when negotiating and implementing peace agreements and to address the special needs of women and girls during repatriation, resettlement, rehabilitation, reintegration and post-conflict reconstruction. (...) Such model provisions can also serve as a valuable reference point, or guideline, for all actors involved in negotiating peace agreements in ensuring attention to gender perspectives. II. Objectives The objectives of this meeting are two fold: 1) to identify good practices and lessons learned for inclusion of gender perspectives in peace agreements and the processes preceding such agreements; and based thereon 2): establish standards to be met in peace agreements with regard to incorporation of gender perspectives. (...) The expert group will work in plenary session and in working groups to assess and analyze the extent to which gender perspectives and the participation of women, within the above-identified key areas of concern, were integrated into the various peace agreements, and discuss and review the implementation of these agreements.
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Score: 461064.75 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/egm/peace2003/
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The normal `project´ perspective might see these changes as signs of failure to live up to initial objectives, whereas in an empowerment perspective they would be seen as signs of an effective empowering process. (...) A critical element in gender mainstreaming is that it requires explicit attention to gender perspectives. Gender mainstreaming can never make gender perspectives invisible; on the contrary this strategy should make them very visible and show that links between gender perspectives and achievement of the overall goals of the policy or programme. (...) Critical questions on gender perspectives need to be raised in all areas. For example, in what way are gender perspectives relevant for the promotion and protection of human rights; what are the critical gender perspectives in water resources management; how do gender perspectives come into play in decentralization processes; what role do gender perspectives have in poverty eradication?
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Score: 460931.93 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...003/CH-Empmainstream-Korea.PDF
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Recommendations of the 2004 report include: In relationship to increasing women's participation and incorporating gender perspectives in all aspects of peace and security The Secretary General intends to: Develop a comprehensive system-wide strategy and action plan for increasing attention to gender perspectives in conflict prevention with particular emphasis on monitoring and reporting mechanisms; To develop a comprehensive strategy and action plan for mainstreaming gender perspectives into peacekeeping activities at Headquarters and in peacekeeping operations, in particular in the planning of new operations, with specific monitoring and reporting mechanisms; The Secretary-General intends to routinely incorporate gender perspectives in all thematic and country reports to the Security Council and continue to monitor the progress made. (...) In no area of peace and security work are gender perspectives systematically incorporated in planning, implementation, monitoring and reporting. (...) Much of the work on increasing attention to gender perspectives, protecting the human rights of women and promoting women's participation has been done on an ad hoc basis through voluntary contributions.
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Score: 460462.6 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/osagi/wps/sg2004.htm
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