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1 Guidance Note Pre-Summit of the UN Food Systems Summit 19 July 2021 I. (...) Affiliate session partners will organize these sessions on their own platforms and with their own capacity, all official affiliated sessions will be featured and linked from the Pre-Summit virtual platform. (...) The calendar functionality provides the delegate with three options (1) to display the program with all available sessions through the Pre-Summit over the three days, (2) to develop their own “my plan” with their own agenda for the event where they can follow sessions of greatest interest to them by selecting either “going” or “interested” in a session on the program, which will add it to their “my plan”, and (3) to receive invitations from sessions they are invited to directly.
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Score: 1065544.7 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...s_pre-summit_guidance-note.pdf
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United Nations Population Division | Department of Economic and Social Affairs Skip to main navigation Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Population Population Search HOME COMMISSION THEMES DOCUMENTS EVENTS PUBLICATIONS ABOUT US Commission About CPD 53rd Session (2020) 52nd Session (2019) Previous CPD Sessions CPD Resolutions and Decisions SG Reports to CPD Commission on Population and Development fifty-third session 30 March to 3 April 2020, New York Online pre-registration The online pre-registration will run from 1 January until 13 March 2020 This year, we are again using the Indico platform for managing NGO registration. (...) See our guide on how to designate your organization’s Conference Focal Points . Pre-registration related questions can be sent to cpdngo@un.org . The subject line should read "CPD53 pre-registration." Please note the following: Once you have created and activated your account in Indico, find the event’s page in Indico and follow the instructions provided to register.
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Score: 1032995.9 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...ons/2020/ngo_online_prereg.asp
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(ii)   The  Prosecution  Motion  for  Reconsideration  fails  to  show  that  the  Chamber  misapplied its own ruling on silences by the Pre‐Trial Chamber  15. (...) The  Prosecution  thus  fails  to  show  that  the  Chamber misapplied  its  own  ruling on silences by the Pre‐Trial Chamber.  (...) The  second  proposed  issue  –  whether  the  Chamber  misapplied  its  own  articulated  standard  on  silences  by  the  Pre‐Trial  Chamber  –  constitutes  a  misrepresentation  of  the  Chamber’s  application  of  the  said  ruling. 
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Score: 1031414.7 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/.../CourtRecords/CR2015_01776.PDF
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In the alternative, the Prosecution seeks leave to appeal the Decision inasmuch as the Trial Chamber erred in paragraphs 45 and 59 of the Decision when it ordered the Prosecution to exclude references from the DCC to Mr Ntaganda having personally raped and sexually enslaved girl and women soldiers in paragraphs 104 and 105 of the DCC (and cross references in Count 9) by failing to properly understand the scope of the charges against Mr Ntaganda in the DCC as confirmed by the Pre-Trial Chamber. In particular, the Prosecution requests that the following issues be certified for appeal: (a) Whether the Trial Chamber misinterpreted the Pre-Trial Chamber’s findings in the Confirmation Decision when stating in paragraph 45 that the reason why the Pre-Trial Chamber did not expressly make findings in relation to the factual allegation that Mr Ntaganda personally raped and sexually enslaved girl and women soldiers was because Mr Ntaganda was not charged as a direct perpetrator and consequently the factual allegation did not form a necessary part of the case against him (“First Issue”); and (b) Whether in relation to the charges that Mr Ntaganda personally raped and sexually enslaved girl and women soldiers, the Trial Chamber misapplied its own articulated standard for determining whether facts not expressly confirmed by the Pre-Trial Chamber should be considered as forming part of the charges (“Second Issue”). (...) In the alternative, the Prosecution seeks leave to appeal the Decision on whether the Trial Chamber erred in paragraphs 45 and 59 of the Decision when it ordered the Prosecution to exclude references from the DCC to Mr Ntaganda having personally raped and sexually enslaved girl and women soldiers in paragraphs 104 and 105 of the DCC (and cross references in Count 9) by failing to properly understand the scope of the charges against Mr Ntaganda in the DCC as confirmed by the Pre-Trial Chamber. In particular: (a) Whether the Trial Chamber misinterpreted the Pre-Trial Chamber’s findings in the Confirmation Decision, when it stated in paragraph 45 of the Decision that the reason why the Pre-Trial Chamber did not expressly make findings in relation to the factual allegation that Mr Ntaganda personally raped and sexually enslaved girl and women soldiers was because Mr Ntaganda was not charged as a direct perpetrator and consequently the factual allegation did not form a necessary part of the case against him (“First Issue”); and (b) Whether in relation to the charges that Mr Ntaganda personally raped and sexually enslaved girl and women soldiers, the Trial Chamber misapplied its own articulated standard for determining whether facts not expressly confirmed by the Pre-Trial Chamber should be considered as forming part of the charges. (...) In addition, if leave to appeal is granted, the Prosecution will argue that the Trial Chamber misapplied its own articulated standard for determining whether facts not expressly confirmed by the Pre-Trial Chamber should be considered as forming part of the charges.
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Score: 1026613.3 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/.../CourtRecords/CR2015_01088.PDF
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UN Search Development Department of Economic and Social Affairs Population Search HOME COMMISSION THEMES DOCUMENTS EVENTS PUBLICATIONS ABOUT US Commission About CPD 53rd Session (2020) 52nd Session (2019) Previous CPD Sessions CPD Resolutions and Decisions SG Reports to CPD Commission on Population and Development fifty-second session 1 to 5 April 2019, New York Online pre-registration The online pre-registration will run from 1 November until 8 March 2019 Registration is now closed This year,we are again using the Indico platform for managing NGO registration. (...) See our guide on how to designate your organization’s Conference Focal Points . Pre-registration related questions can be sent to CPDNGO@un.org . The subject line should read "CPD52 pre-registration." Please note the following: Once you have created and activated your account in Indico, find the event’s page in Indico and follow the instructions provided to register.
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Score: 1022999.6 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...ons/2019/ngo_online_prereg.asp
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UN Search Development Department of Economic and Social Affairs Population Search HOME COMMISSION THEMES DOCUMENTS EVENTS PUBLICATIONS ABOUT US Commission About CPD 53rd Session (2020) 52nd Session (2019) Previous CPD Sessions CPD Resolutions and Decisions SG Reports to CPD Commission on Population and Development fifty-first session 9 to 13 April 2018, New York Online pre-registration The online pre-registration will run from 1 November until 16 March 2018 This year, we are using a new platform for managing NGO registration to meetings and events at United Nations Headquarters in New York. (...) For more detailed information see Getting Started Guide to Indico Conference Focal Points and our Indico FAQ . Pre-registration related questions can be sent to CPDNGO@un.org . The subject line should read "CPD51 pre-registration." Please note the following: Once you have created and activated your account in Indico, find the event’s page in Indico and follow the instructions provided to register.
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Score: 1007280.7 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...ons/2018/ngo_online_prereg.asp
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One of the government-owned telecom organizations also has stakes in all of the ISPs. Another unique aspect of the Thai Internet market is that the majority of subscriptions are pre-paid. Despite the regulatory constraints, language barriers (complicated by the fact that Thai does not use the western character set) and affordability issues (magnified by the 1997 financial crisis which the country is still recovering from), the Internet in Thailand is growing. (...) Figures for subscribers and users are notoriously variable due to problems for accounting for pre-paid subscriptions. However, even the most conservative estimates reckon that the market more than doubled to over two million users at the end of 2000 (3.8 per cent of the population).
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Score: 1004761.2 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/cs/thailand/index.html
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During hot summer months, pre-cooled water is created by pumping filtered sea water through plate heat exchangers to a primary pre-cooling water circuit. (...) Separate buildings use their own secondary pumps to pump the pre-cooled water to pre-cooling coils in the air-handling units. (...) The chillers can also produce hot 2 water for winter heating and pre-heated domestic water for washing. Some chillers are designed to produce both chilled and hot water simultaneously.
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Score: 1000260.5 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...l_buildings_using_seawater.pdf
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To implement pre-shipment inspection of imported goods. 2. To approve: Regulation on the Committee for implementation and monitoring of the pre- shipment inspection of imported goods as specified in Appendix No 1; Personal composition of the Committee for implementation and monitoring of pre-shipment inspection of imported goods as specified in Appendix No 2; Conditions for participation in the tender for pre-shipment inspection of imported goods as specified in Appendix No 3; Criterions for selection of companies to provide pre-shipment inspection of imported goods as specified in Appendix No 4; Action plan for implementation of pre-shipment inspection of imported goods as specified in Appendix No 5. 3. To set that pre-shipment inspection operations shall start within 2 months of announcement of the awarded company. 4. (...) The Committee has the following main objectives:  Preparation and review of documents related to introduction of pre-shipment inspection of imported goods;  Co-ordination and audit of the performance of contractual parties involved in execution of pre-shipment inspection. 4.
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Score: 995719.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/mol_e/WTACCMOL27_LEG_1.pdf
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The Pre-Trial Chamber also decided to refer Jordan’s non-cooperation with the ICC to the Assembly of States Parties and to UN Security Council. (...) Another issue on appeal was whether the Pre-Trial Chamber’s decision to do so was correct. (...) The Appeals Chamber essentially confirmed the Pre-Trial Chamber’s interpretation of articles 27(2) of the Rome Statute as well as of the effect of UN Security Council resolution 1593 (2005) on Sudan’s position vis-à-vis the Court, which had led the Pre-Trial Chamber to this conclusion.
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Score: 989192.6 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/...ts/190515-al-bashir-qa-eng.pdf
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