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FOLLOW-UP AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE VIENNA DECLARATION AND PROGRAMME OF ACTION : INFORMATION PRESENTED BY THE NEW ZEALAND HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Even in developed nations, such as New Zealand, research is showing that significant numbers of children suffering the greatest economic deprivation cannot afford to play sport. Free to play sport models are particularly important in meeting the development needs of the most vulnerable groups. Professional leagues, clubs and players, particularly the richer, professional football leagues like the Premier League in the United Kingdom, offer regular opportunities to amplify the human rights messages sport can deliver. (...) FIFA plays and should continue to play a significant role in sport for development.
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Once effective intervention packages are in place across the RMNCH Continuum of Care, and accessible to Every Women and Every Child, rapid achievement of MDGs 4 and 5 and the objectives of the Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health must surely follow. « Página anterior 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Contents Resumen Introducción Avances, obstáculos, oportunidades y riesgos en el contexto actual Propuesta de valor de la Alianza Perspectiva y misión de la Alianza Objectivos estratégicos de la Alianza Conclusion You are here: Alianza para la Salud de la Madre, el Recién Nacido y el Niño Quick Links Mapa del sitio Acceso Temas de salud Datos y estadísticas Centro de prensa Publicaciones Países Programas y proyectos Gobernanza Acerca de la OMS Ayuda y servicios Contactos Preguntas frecuentes Empleo Sugerencias Privacidad Mensajes fraudulentos Oficinas regionales de la OMS Región de África Región de las Américas Región de Asia Sudoriental Región de Europa Región del Mediterráneo Oriental Región del Pacífico Occidental © OMS 2022 Arriba
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Puntuación: 899983.2 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/acti...rategy/strategy/es/index6.html
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REVIEW OF THE KYOTO PROTOCOL PURSUANT TO ITS ARTICLE 9 : SUBMISSIONS FROM PARTIES
The European Union also recognises that the 2°C objective cannot be considered to be a wholly safe level. 4. (...) As for the subsequent commitments of Annex-I countries, the role that diversified commitments, such as sectoral energy efficiency indicator and CO2 intensity indicator, can play to realize the ultimate objective of the Convention should be considered in addition to the existing numerical commitments . (...) What contribution can the Protocol in its present form make to meet the overall objective of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)?
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON THE PROMOTION OF A DEMOCRATIC AND EQUITABLE INTERNATIONAL ORDER : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
GE.16-11938 (S) 020816 040816  Consejo de Derechos Humanos 33 er período de sesiones Tema 3 de la agenda Promoción y protección de todos los derechos
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VISIT TO ETHIOPIA : REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF THE RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF OPINION AND EXPRESSION
One challenge involves the emergence of new players competing for political power, some of them making use of sectarian or identity- based divides or exploiting the frustration of those receiving less benefit than in the past. (...) The newly created Ministry of Peace, which works collaboratively with elders and community and religious leaders, could also play a role in promoting societal dialogue and a culture based on knowledge, tolerance and mutual understanding. 33. (...) If the Hate Speech and Disinformation Prevention and Suppression Proclamation were to comply with these standards, and its implementation were to be carefully planned with all relevant stakeholders at the regional level, it could very well achieve its intended objectives, while ensuring that individuals did not fear for their safety, nor self-censor. 36.
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON THE ENJOYMENT OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS BY OLDER PERSONS, ROSA KORNFELD-MATTE :ADDENDUM
The Ministry of Health prepares laws, is responsible for the protection of public health, as well as overall health policy, and functions as facilitator between the different players in the health-care system, and also as decision maker and supervisory authority. (...) A/HRC/30/43/Add.2 13/20 GE.15-13582 72. The objective of the reform was to regroup the competencies for legislation and execution of long-term care benefits in cash under the federal Government, to reduce the number of actors involved, from around 300 to 5, and to ensure the uniform implementation of long-term care benefits in cash, to reduce costs related to that and to shorten the duration of the proceedings of allocation of long-term care benefits in cash. 73. (...) Since 2001, home visits have been conducted by professional care personnel for the purpose of quality assurance of home care. The objective of the visits is to provide information and advice to caregivers and persons in need of care regarding the purpose of long-term care benefits.
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GE.13-60319 (S)
Nominal amount (USD million) of financial commitments for Convention-related objectives from developed country Parties (by receiving region, with the exclusion of global activities) ....... 17 2. (...) Nominal amount (USD million) of financial commitments for Convention-related objectives made from domestic public budgets (Global) .................................................................................. 19 4. (...) Nominal amount (USD million) of financial commitments for Convention-related objectives from developed country Parties (by receiving country and region) ................................................. 16 3.
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GE.11-63640 (S)
To achieve this goal, six strategic objectives have been identified: technology transfer, energy efficiency, renewable energy, sustainable transport and urban systems, LULUCF, and enabling activities. The objectives and expected outcomes are shown in table 4. (...) As shown in table 4, the GEF-5 strategic objective CCM-3: Renewable Energy will promote investment in renewable energy technologies leading to favorable policy and regulatory environment created for renewable energy investments; and increased investment in renewable energy technologies. 36.
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REPORT BY THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY ON ITS STRATEGIES, PROGRAMMES AND PROJECTS FOR FINANCING THE AGREED INCREMENTAL COSTS OF ACTIVITIES CONCERNING DESERTIFICATION
GE.17-14668 (S)  Comité de Examen de la Aplicación de la Convención 16ª reunión Ordos (China), 7 a 13 de septiembre de 2017 Tema 2 e) del programa
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REPORT OF THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY TO THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES. NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT.
Summary of the SCCF Stand-alone Project Approved in FY 2017 ................................. 8382 Annex 6: GEF Projects under the Strategic Priority on Adaptation ......................................... 8483 Annex 7: Status Reports on the LDCF and the SCCF for FY 2017 ......................................... 7979 Annex 8: List of FY 2017 Cross-Cutting Capacity Development Medium-Sized Projects ..... 9695 Annex 9: List of FY 2017 Projects under the CBIT Trust Fund .............................................. 8989 Annex 10: Summaries of Projects Approved under the CBIT Trust Fund in FY 2017............ 9897 Annex 11: Status Report on the CBIT Trust Fund for FY 2017 .............................................. 102101 Annex 12: Regional and Global Climate Technology Activities ............................................. 103102 Annex 13: National Climate Technology Activities ................................................................ 9999 iv List of Tables Table 1: COP 22 decisions and SBI 45 and 46 conclusions and GEF’s response ......................... 77 Table 2: GEF contributions to climate change-related SDG targets and indicators....................... 1716 Table 3: Design of the Commodities IAP ...................................................................................... 1919 Table 4: Participating countries of the Food Security IAP program .............................................. 2120 Table 5: Participating countries and cities of the Sustainable Cities IAP program........................ 2322 Table 6: GEF projects on climate change mitigation by region (1991–2017) ............................... 2928 Table 7: GEF projects on climate change mitigation by phase ...................................................... 3130 Table 8: Climate change mitigation GEF-6 strategic objectives and results framework ............... 2929 Table 9: Breakdown of GEF funding for projects and programs with climate change .................. (...) in FY 2017 ................................................................................................................ 3433 Table 11: Climate change adaptation: Strategic objectives and expected outcomes ..................... 3837 Table 12: Regional distribution of adaptation projects and programs under the LDCF as at ........ (...) In the reporting period, for CCM, 19 projects with technology transfer objectives were approved with $111.7 million in GEF funding and $709.3 million in co- financing.
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Puntuación: 888147.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=FCCC/CP/2017/7&Lang=S
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