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F3 Seg operacional en pista ID Task Name Duration 1 PROJECT: IMPROVE RUNWAY SAFETY / PROYECTO:  MEJORAR LA SEGURIDAD OPERACIONAL EN PISTA 891 days 2 a) Mitigating actions to avoid runway incursion / Acciones de mitigación para evitar las incursiones en pista 291 days 3 b) Mitigating actions to avoid runway excursion /  Acciones de mitigación para evitar las excursiones de  pista 261 days 4 Surveys on current signalling, sign placing, etc. to prevent aerodrome runway incursions and excursions / Encuestas  para conocer estado actual de la señalización, colocación  de letreros, etc. para prevenir incursiones y excursiones  de pista en aeródromos 71 days 5 c) Evaluate current runway strip and RESA conditions /  Evaluar las condiciones actuales de la franja de pista y  RESA 306 days 28‐10 27‐03 20‐04 31‐05 31‐05 30‐05 20‐04 27‐07 30‐05 31‐07 H1 H1 H1 H1 H1 H1 H1 2010 2012 2014 20 CAR/SAM REGIONAL PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION GROUP / GRUPO REGIONAL CAR/SAM DE PLANIFICACION Y EJECUCION (GREPECAS) PROJECT/PROYECTO F3 IMPROVE RUNWAY SAFETY / MEJORAR LA SEGURIDAD OPERACIONAL EN PISTA - A3-3 - CRPP/1-NE/09 - WP/09
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Puntuación: 1319706.6 - https://www.icao.int/GREPECAS/...anttProyectoF3CAR%20Bilmpp.pdf
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2010/02/26 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
The UK position on secret detention is clear: we oppose any deprivation of liberty that amounts to placing individuals beyond the protection of the law. (...) Beyond this, as I have already made clear, we oppose any deprivation of liberty that amounts to placing individuals beyond the protection of the law.
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Puntuación: 940617.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=A/HRC/13/G/12&Lang=S
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LETTER DATED 6 AUGUST 2021 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF MEXICO TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Duriesmith explained what should be understood by “masculinities” and described how masculinities that shape an individual man’s life will differ among social groups, each placing certain pressures on them, setting standards for what behaviour is acceptable, and often resulting in punishment for failure to live up to these expectations. (...) In addition to Mexico, a total of 23 Member States of the UN expressed their positions, including the 4 co-sponsors, the remaining 10 members of the Security Council and other member States, plus one permanent observer and one non-governmental organization.1 In general, all participants agreed on the importance of discussing and placing this important matter in the counter-terrorism and PVE agenda, and thanked Mexico and the co-sponsors for convening the meeting.
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Puntuación: 940617.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=S/2021/717&Lang=S
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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 SCOTTISH HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Scotland has a unique system for addressing the needs of children who commit offences through its welfare based children's hearing system, placing the best interest of the child at the centre of decision making and also giving life to the right to respect for the views of the child.
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Puntuación: 940097.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=A/HRC/25/NI/14&Lang=S
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LETTER DATED 6 AUGUST 2021 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF MEXICO TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Duriesmith explained what should be understood by “masculinities” and described how masculinities that shape an individual man’s life will differ among social groups, each placing certain pressures on them, setting standards for what be- haviour is acceptable, and often resulting in punishment for failure to live up to these expectations. (...) In addition to Mexico, a total of 23 Member States of the UN expressed their positions, including the 4 co-sponsors, the remaining 10 members of the Security Council and other member States, plus one permanent observer and one non -govern- mental organization.1 In general, all participants agreed on the importance of discussing and placing this important matter in the counter-terrorism and PVE agenda, and thanked Mexico and the co-sponsors for convening the meeting.
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Puntuación: 929923.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...f/get?open&DS=A/75/1006&Lang=S
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LETTER DATED 3 SEPTEMBER 2019 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF TURKMENISTAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
A number of international events were organized as part of the Forum, the outcome of which was as follows: Emphasis was placed on the role of the Convention on the Legal Status of the Caspian Sea, which was signed by the Heads of State of Azerbaijan, Iran, Kazakhstan , the Russian Federation and Turkmenistan at the fifth Caspian Summit held in Aktau, Kazakhstan, on 12 August 2018, and which creates the necessary conditions for placing cooperation between the countries of the Caspian region on a qualitatively new partnership level; It was recognized that the Agreement between the Governments of the Caspian States on Trade and Economic Cooperation and the Agreement between the Governments of the Caspian States on Cooperation with regard to Transport contributed to the further strengthening and development of interaction between the littoral States on economic matters; It was noted that the Caspian Economic Forum platform could become an important form of cooperation aimed at ensuring economic growth in the region and beyond; Emphasis was placed on the need to build capacity with regard to trade and investment policy, facilitate trade processes, and build export supply capacity in the interests of trade and investment in the Caspian region; It was recognized that the countries of the Caspian region and all stakeholders, including the private sector, associations and academia, could maintain an active dialogue on best practices and measures relating to the implementation of goals for ensuring the development of economic contacts; Attention was drawn to the importance of active participation and assistance on the part of international organizations and financial institutions for the development of international economic cooperation in the Caspian region; It was recognized that there was a need for combined efforts to realize the significant economic potential of the Caspian States.
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Puntuación: 913837.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/73/992&Lang=S
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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 ZAMBIA HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION ; NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
Magdalena Sepulveda, the United Nations Independent Expert on Human Rights and Extreme Poverty, during her visit to Zambia on a mission to examine Zambia’s extreme poverty levels and to emphasize on the need to move from rhetoric to action, the Zambia Human Rights Commission (ZHRC), being a national human rights institution with the mandate to promote and protect human rights in the country, would like to make the following comments (based on her observations) bordering on the following: a) The daily struggle for survival by people living in extreme poverty b) Government plans being translated into action c) The Constitutional Review Conference being a unique opportunity to bring Zambia’s legal framework in line with international human rights commitments d) Eradicating poverty by placing poor people at the centre of national policies, planning and distribution of resources or making the extreme poor a number one priority of the state budget e) Resource constraints of government and making donors to support social protection programmes in Zambia f) Combating corruption to enhance government’s capacity to provide for people living under extreme poverty. (...) On a positive note, the omission notes that the government has realized that poverty can only be eradicated by placing poor people at the centre of national policies, planning and distribution of resources or making the extreme poor a number one priority of the state budget.
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Puntuación: 909247.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=A/HRC/14/NI/5&Lang=S
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LETTER DATED 2001/05/31 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF IRAQ TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
This policy consisted in placing contracts for humanitarian supplies on hold or blocking them for political motives, even though those contracts met the conditions laid down by the United Nations Secretariat in document S/1998/92, paragraph 4 (b) of which stated that the United Nations Secretariat would screen and review applications and circulate all applications that met the requirements of the Committee's procedures and were consistent with the distribution plan. In spite of the fact that all the other members of the 661 Committee had approved those contracts, the United States and British representatives put forward invalid reasons for placing them on hold. For example, they have placed some contracts on hold on the pretext that they involved materials that were subject to the provisions of resolution 1051, even though the Office of the Iraq Programme affirmed the contrary, and they have placed other contracts on hold on various pretexts while approving contracts involving similar materials of different origin, thereby clearly showing that they had problems with, or political aims to be achieved through, the States submitting the contracts. (...) Jutta Burghardt (the representative of the World Food Programme in Iraq), the United States of America and the United Kingdom are constantly intensifying their policy of placing contracts on hold. By 11 May 2001, a total of 1,690 contracts relating to phases IV-DC of the Memorandum of Understanding and amounting E/CN.4/2002/4 página 7 to a total value of $3.7 billion were on hold, the United States of America and the United Kingdom having paid no heed to the Security Council's appeal, in paragraph 9 of resolution 1330 (2000), for the 661 Committee to reduce the number of contracts placed on hold. 6.
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Puntuación: 907727.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=E/CN.4/2002/4&Lang=S
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RPT SR EDUCATION - MISSION TO SEYCHELLES
Envisaging the phased development of University of Seychelles with a master plan strengthening technical and vocational education and training..................................................................................................... 101–102 22 F. Placing skills development programmes as central to the “Blue Economy” .. 103 23 A/HRC/26/27/Add.1 4 GE.14-02339 I. (...) The Special Rapporteur hopes that Seychelles will continue to build on such achievements, placing education high on the national development agenda, as both the President and the Vice-President of Seychelles have previously been Ministers of Education, and their political commitment is an asset for raising the profile of the right to education. (...) With a view to fostering the holistic development of children to enable them to acquire the knowledge, skills, competence and attitude necessary in today’s world and with an emphasis on “acceptable professional standards” of quality,23 the Framework focuses on inclusion and equity, placing students at the centre, with the intention of promoting student-centred learning, self-esteem and learning to learn. 56.
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Puntuación: 886566.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/26/27/ADD.1&Lang=S
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LETTER DATED 7 MAY 2018 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF TURKMENISTAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY GENERAL
(Firmado) Aksoltan Ataeva Representante Permanente A/72/866 18-08041 2/3 Anexo de la carta de fecha 7 de mayo de 2018 dirigida al Secretario General por la Representante Permanente de Turkmenistán ante las Naciones Unidas [Original: ruso] Avaza Declaration of the international forum “The Great Silk Road - towards the New Frontiers of Development” We, the participants in the international forum “The Great Silk Road - towards the New Frontiers of Development”, held in the Avaza national tourist area, Turkmenistan, on 2 May 2018, Reaffirming our commitment to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals as defined in the new 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted on 25 September 2015 at the United Nations summit for the adoption of the post-2015 development agenda, in particular those goals that are directly relevant to the development of sustainable transport and ensuring its safety and accessibility, and to concern for the environment, Recalling General Assembly resolution 69/213, entitled “The role of transport and transit corridors in ensuring international cooperation for sustainable development”, adopted on 19 December 2014, resolution 70/197, entitled “Towards comprehensive cooperation among all modes of transport for promoting sustainable multimodal transit corridors”, adopted on 22 December 2015, and resolution 72/212, entitled “Strengthening the links between all modes of transport to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals”, adopted on 20 December 2017, Recognizing the importance of high-level international events to support the development of transport and the stability of transit corridors at the international level, such as the High-level International Conference on the Role of Transit Transport Corridors in Ensuring International Cooperation, Stability and Sustainable Development, held on 3 and 4 September 2014, the Global Conference on Sustainable Transport held in Ashgabat on 26 and 27 November 2016, and the high-level international conference held in Geneva on 22 February 2017, Recognizing the advantages of multimodal transport as a significant component in a balanced transport system, especially its efficiency in terms of energy and costs, lack of congestion and contribution to reducing transport and logistics costs, Emphasizing also the role of inland water transport in the sustainable functioning of national transport and cross-border systems and its contribution to social and economic development, including landlocked developing countries, Aware also that the objective of international transport strategy is now the creation of modern transport architecture designed to address the key tasks of the international community in the twenty-first century, in service to millions of people around the world, by preserving and developing the resources of the planet, Appreciating the current work on the establishment of a sustainable transport system carried out at the United Nations by its Member States, including international projects to eliminate administrative barriers, rehabilitate and provide support for international corridors and ports, and reduce the environmental damage caused by exhaust emissions, and national transport strategies and projects to develop inland water transport infrastructure, Conscious that the aforementioned challenges in the sector should also be addressed at the national, regional and global levels, A/72/866 3/3 18-08041 Considering the links between different modes of transport in the context of the development of multimodal transport, Acknowledging the role of modern technologies, innovations, the “single window” principle and digitalization in ensuring navigation safety and better logistics integration, Acknowledging the need to join forces to utilize the significant, still untapped, potential of the transport sector and thereby gain significant political support at the highest level, Convinced that the outcome of this Forum should bring practical value in terms of safety, environmental aspects, logistics and benefits for the economy, Hereby endorse the following objectives and actions and invite countries and all parties concerned to consider their implementation: a) To build up a regulatory framework that is intended to increase the efficiency of safe, environmentally sound and economically efficient transport by promoting an appropriate balance among all transpor t modes and thus using it as a significant contributor to national, regional and international development; b) To address the challenges of sustainable development of mobility by supporting intergovernmental multi-disciplinary cooperation in the field of transport and transport-related issues and by placing due emphasis on the importance of mobilizing resources and aligning financing flows with sustainable development objectives; c) To encourage investment in the sector aimed at building and modernizing the infrastructure of international routes and ports and fostering innovation and the principles that ensure resilience to climate change; d) To ensure an appropriate balance among all transport modes, streamlining cargo flows and promoting the development of multimodal transport; e) To take the necessary steps to raise the profile of historical transportation routes, in particular the Great Silk Road, as they offer additional opportunities to enhance the mobility of people, to satisfy their yearning to v isit other countries and to communicate with people from other nations, which has a strong impact on the discovery of new tourist routes and the formation of personal contacts that contribute to peace and security.
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Puntuación: 865486.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/72/866&Lang=S
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