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VISIT TO SWITZERLAND : REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT
The Special Rapporteur was encouraged to learn that Switzerland operated a generalized system of preferences for developing countries, meaning that the agricultural products of those countries can be imported at a lower rate of duty. (...) Generalized systems of trade preferences are not enough in themselves to encourage imports from least developed countries. (...) It is focused on equality in employment relationships and applies to all private and public employment relationships, regardless of the size of the employer or number of employees; private households; multinational companies; municipalities; public institutions, such as hospitals and schools; and the federal administration and large public entities.
语言:中文
得分: 1712958.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/45/15/ADD.1&Lang=C
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LETTER DATED 7 OCTOBER 2020 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF MALAWI TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
We urge our development partners, countries of both the North and the South, the United Nations development system, multilateral development banks, the International Monetary Fund, the private sector and foundations to act on our calls as early as possible. (...) This could affect many LDCs that are highly dependent on foreign investors both for export-oriented industrial activity and in public-private partnership projects in infrastructure development such as power generation plants and industrial parks. (...) We also call upon creditors, both public and private, for additional effective measures to facilitate financing of our economic development, including access to both concessional and non-concessional resources for investment in critically needed infrastructure and development projects.
语言:中文
得分: 1696717.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/75/534&Lang=C
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LETTER DATED 1 OCTOBER 2019 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF MALAWI TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
It is a matter of concern that foreign investors overstate domestic risks and we invite national, regional and global development banks to play an instrumental role in mobilizing private capital for specific projects, through co-financing, providing risk guarantees and other __________________ 21 UNCTAD World Investment Report 2019. (...) We also call upon creditors, both public and private, for additional effective measures to facilitate financing of our economic development, including access to both concessional and non-concessional resources for investment in critically needed infrastructure and development projects. (...) We call upon all actors, including development partners, intergovernmental financial institutions, the private sector and civil society, to work together to ensure universal, seamless and affordable access to energy, especially renewable energy to LDCs, with the establishment of modern generation, transmission and distribution infrastructure.
语言:中文
得分: 1632456.25 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/74/475&Lang=C
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LETTER DATED 22 OCTOBER 2018 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF MALAWI TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
We call upon all actors, including development partners, intergovernmental financial institutions, the private __________________ 22 A/72/270. (...) (d) Facilitating increased access to other means of financing, including private finance, green bond financing and GDP-indexed bonds. (...) (g) Legal assistance to transition from the EU’s Everything But Arms to the enhanced Generalised Scheme of Preferences to mitigate abrupt loss of preferences as the GSP+ offers an additional preference (in some cases comparable with the EBA).
语言:中文
得分: 1607053.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/73/455&Lang=C
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VISIT TO NORWAY : REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
The indicators cover various aspects of life, such as family, health, participation, housing, education, employment and economic status, for persons with disabilities aged between 20 and 66 living in private homes. However, there is no official data available on children and youth with disabilities below 20 years of age, or on persons with disabilities aged over 67. (...) The latter require that all new public and private buildings open to the public, including workplaces, have universal design. (...) Under the Equality and Anti-Discrimination Act, public and private employers have a duty to provide reasonable accommodation to workers and job seekers with disabilities (in line with articles 2 and 27 of the Convention), and to make active efforts to promote equality in the workplace.
语言:中文
得分: 1599836.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/43/41/ADD.3&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON THE ENJOYMENT OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS BY OLDER PERSONS ON HER MISSION TO MONTENEGRO :NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Awareness-raising and sensitization needed to target specifically the private sphere and informal carers, particularly as collective prejudice against older persons and public awareness influenced the way in which abuse and violence was perceived, recognized and reported. 32. (...) It also covered accessibility to public transport, public and private properties and services, and equality under law and before State and other authorities. (...) Problems occurred when an older person, who had been prescribed medical examinations or medicine, could not obtain them in public health institutions (including public pharmacies), so had to go to private health institutions and pay for the examinations and medicine.
语言:中文
得分: 1578909.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/39/50/ADD.2&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHT OF EVERYONE TO THE ENJOYMENT OF THE HIGHEST ATTAINABLE STANDARD OF PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH, ANAND GROVER :ADDENDUM
These include the fact that out-of- pocket private expenditure is already capped at certain rates, which renders private health care relatively affordable for those that prefer to utilize it and have the means to do so, and reduces the pressure on the public system.12 This effectively obviates the need for insurance in most cases, other than in respect of unforeseeable and costly medical events, for which insurance could be used effectively as a supplement. (...) Abdulsalam, “Syrian Women’s Preferences for Birth Attendant and Birth Place”, Birth, vol. 32, No. 1 (2005), pp. 20-26. 12 B. Al-Khatib, “Can Private Health Insurance Improve Health Care in Syria?”
语言:中文
得分: 1578909.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/17/25/ADD.3&Lang=C
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DRAFT REPORT : ASIA-PACIFIC INTERGOVERNMENTAL MEETING ON THE THIRD REVIEW AND APPRAISAL OF THE MADRID INTERNATIONAL PLAN OF ACTION ON AGEING, BANGKOK, 12-14 SEPTEMBER 2017
Country representatives cited the role of civil society and the private sector in supporting older persons in areas such as skills development and health, including older persons’ associations. 16. (...) Several country representatives reported on progress in developing long-term care systems for older persons with public, private and community providers as well as with families to deliver integrated care for older persons. (...) E/ESCAP/MIPAA/IGM.2/L.2 10 B17- 01069 civil society, including non-governmental organizations and the private sector, since the adoption of the Madrid International Plan of Action on Ageing, have not been sufficient to promote the full and effective participation by, and opportunities for, older persons in economic, social, cultural and political life, 16.
语言:中文
得分: 1530884.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...E/ESCAP/MIPAA/IGM.2/L.2&Lang=C
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INDICATIVE PLAN OF UNCTAD'S TECHNICAL COOPERATION FOR 2002 : NOTE / BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
Short title durattion/ completion (a) Budget/ balance of funds (a) Mongolia Support to the Government in its initial phase of membership in the WTO (MON/97/113) Nepal Nepal's accession to the WTO (NEP/96/010) Palestinian Authority Training programme in international commercial diplomacy: Phase II Palestinian Authority Bilateral and regional trade arrangements Samoa Trade policy and export-oriented strategies for the effective integration of Samoa into the multilateral trading system (SAM/00/001) Saudi Arabia Support for accession to WTO (SAU/00/007) Tunisia Mise à niveau des capacités nationales pour gérer le nouveau système commercial multilatéral (TUN/96/007) Uganda Follow-up to the WTO Agreements and exploitation of business opportunities by the Ugandan enterprises (UGA/98/A58) United Rep. of Tanzania Follow-up to the WTO Agreements and exploitation of business opportunities by the Tanzanian enterprises (URT/98/A56) Zimbabwe Implications of the Uruguay Round and other subregional agreements on the economy and external trade of Zimbabwe (ZIM/99/002) Regional Africa Capacity-building for trade and development in Africa (RAF/96/001) Regional Africa Implementing the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) in Africa (CAPAS) (RAF/97/A16) Regional Africa Post-Uruguay Round assistance to African countries (RAF/97/A34) Regional Asia and Pacific Assistance to Countries of the Asian Region on MFN and Preferential Tariff Negotiations (RAS/97/A18) Interregional Negotiations for a GSTP among developing countries (INT/90/A19) Interregional TRAINS for GSP (INT/92/A04) Interregional Trade relations and economic cooperation in the Mediterranean region (INT/93/A34) Interregional Technical cooperation on market access, trade laws and preferences (INT/97/A06) Interregional Support to the technical cooperation project on market access, trade laws and preferences (INT/98/A30 follow-up to INT/97/A06) Interregional Training programme in international commercial diplomacy: Phase II (UNCTAD trust fund project for WTO accession) (INT/99/A50) TD/B/48/8/Add.1 TD/B/WP/142/Add.1 page 8 Project No. (...) Short title durattion/ completion (a) Budget/ balance of funds (a) Investment issues analysis Ongoing Ethiopia Revision of the banking education curriculum of the Ethiopian Institute of Banking and Insurance (Two projects: one for Banking and one for Insurance) (ETH/99/A02 - ETH/99/A10) Regional Africa Développement de marchés des assurances compétitifs (Phase VI) (RAF/94/A38) Interregional TNCs and industrial restructuring (INT/93/A50) Interregional Tradability of services: impact and implications for developing countries (INT/94/A22) Interregional Feasibility studies on the creation of private risk capital funds for LDCs (INT/97/A12) Interregional World Investment Report Trust Fund (INT/98/A36) Interregional Building capacity in LDCs to attract venture capital funds (INT/98/A37) Interregional Investment Guides and capacity-building for Least Developed Countries (LDCs) (INT/98/A40) Interregional Needs assessment to attract Asian FDI investment to Africa (Phase I) (INT/99/921) Interregional Technical assistance-related research and policy analysis on FDI (INT/99/A39) TD/B/48/8/Add.1 TD/B/WP/142/Add.1 page 13 Project No. (...) Short title durattion/ completion (a) Budget/ balance of funds (a) Regional Africa ACIS in COMESA (RAF/94/A70) Regional Africa ACIS RailTracker/RSIS in Southern Africa (RAF/97/A07) Proposed Brazil ACIS RailTracker 2002 2003 250,000 Egypt ACIS RailTracker 2002 2003 490,000 El Salvador ACIS RailTracker/PortTracker 2002 2003 350,000 Guatemala ACIS PortTracker 2002 2003 200,000 Malawi ACIS RailTracker extension 2002 2003 100,000 Mongolia ACIS RailTracker 2002 2003 500,000 Myanmar ACIS RailTracker 2002 2003 250,000 Nigeria ACIS RailTracker (NIR/97/A21) 2002 2005 2,000,000 Pakistan ACIS RailTracker 2002 2003 200,000 Palestinian Authority Transit trade and transport 2002 30,000 Palestinian Authority Subregional cooperation with Egypt, Jordan and other partners: PHASE II 2002 2003 90,000 Palestinian Authority Managerial and institutional capacities for Gaza Seaport 2002 82,000 Peru ACIS in Peru (Andine) 2002 2003 250,000 Sri Lanka ACIS RailTracker 2002 2003 700,000 Thailand ACIS RailTracker/PortTracker 2002 2003 350,000 Viet Nam ACIS RailTracker 2002 2003 250,000 Regional Africa Transport efficiency Horn of Africa 2002 2003 1,000,000 Regional Asia and Pacific ACIS regional Mekong River system 2002 2003 400,000 Ports Ongoing Indonesia Private sector participation in maritime services (INS/98/011) Pakistan Promotion of trade and transport sectors (PAK/99/A01) Somalia Ports and trade efficiency for economic recovery (SOM/98/001) Somalia Support to cross-border initiatives (SOM/00/003) Interregional Improving port performance trust fund (INT/83/A04) Interregional Strategic ship planning seminar (INT/88/A01) Interregional JOBMAR (INT/93/A26) ASYCUDA The secretariat will continue to provide technical assistance in the area of the Automated System for Customs Data (ASYCUDA) as described above, in the following countries: TD/B/48/8/Add.1 TD/B/WP/142/Add.1 page 18 Project No.
语言:中文
得分: 1499295 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=TD/B/48/8/ADD.1&Lang=C
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INDICATIVE PLAN OF UNCTAD'S TECHNICAL COOPERATION FOR 2001 : NOTE / BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
Short title Duration/completion Budget/balance of funds available TUN/96/007 Mise à niveau des capacités nationales pour gérer le nouveau système commercial multilatéral 1997 2001 22,670 UGA/98/A58 Follow-up to the WTO Agreements and exploitation of business opportunities by the Ugandan enterprises 1998 2001 272,398 URT/98/A56 Follow-up to the WTO Agreements and exploitation of business opportunities by the Tanzanian enterprises 1998 2001 337,889 ZIM/99/002 Implications of the Uruguay Round and other subregional agreements on the economy and external trade of Zimbabwe 1999 2001 14,373 RAF/96/001 Capacity building for trade and development in Africa 1996 2001 611,682 RAF/97/A16 Implementing the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) in Africa (CAPAS) 1997 2001 15,123 RAF/97/A34 Post-Uruguay Round assistance to African countries 1997 2001 1,677 RAS/97/A18 Assistance to Countries of the Asian Region on MFN and Preferential Tariff Negotiations 1998 2001 193,403 INT/90/A19 Negotiations for a GSTP among developing countries 1990 291,769 INT/92/A04 TRAINS for GSP 1993 2001 16,525 INT/93/A34 Trade relations and economic cooperation in the Mediterranean region 1993 2001 37,916 INT/97/A06 Technical cooperation on market access, trade laws and preferences 1997 2001 393,127 INT/98/A30 Support to the technical cooperation project on market access, trade laws and preferences (INT/97/A06) 1998 2001 40,948 INT/99/A50 Training programme in international commercial diplomacy: Phase II (UNCTAD trust fund project for WTO accession) 1999 2001 136,967 INT0T0AU Projet francophone de formation au commerce international et au développement des entreprises (FRANCODE) 2000 44,255 ROA-2001-2064- 6875 Enhancing capacity building of developing countries and countries with economies in transition for effective integration in the multilateral trading system 2000 Proposed ALG/… Assistance dans le domaine du système multilatéral du commerce 2001 BOT/… Trade policy formulation, facilitation and negotiation capacities 2001 39,000 EAST TIMOR Trade policy formulation, facilitation and negotiation capacities 2001 100,000 PAL/… Palestinian Authority: training programme in international commercial diplomacy: Phase II 2000 2001 50,000 PAL/… Palestinian Authority: bilateral and regional trade arrangements 2001 2002 60,000 PNG/… Trade policy facilitation and negotiation capacities 2001 2003 900,000 SWA/… Building of national trade capacity 2001 150,000 ZIM/… National conference on services 2001 177,000 TD/B/47/8/Rev.1 TD/B/WP/132/Rev.1 page 9 Project No. (...) Short title Duration/ completion Budget/balance of funds available Investment issues analysis Ongoing ETH/99/A02- ETH/99/A10 Revision of the banking education curriculum of the Ethiopian Institute of Banking and Insurance (Two projects: one for Banking and one for Insurance) 2001 2001 740,000 PAL/… Palestinian Authority: strengthening capacities of the domestic insurance sector 2001 150,000 RAF/94/A38 Développement de marchés des assurances compétitifs (Phase V) 2000 53,521 INT/94/A22 Tradability of services:impact and implications for developing countries 1994 27,681 INT/97/A12 Feasibility studies on the creation of private risk capital funds for LDCs 1997 36,589 INT/97/A26 Possible Multilateral framework on investment 1997 2001 58,154 INT/98/A36 World Investment Report Trust Fund 1998 17,928 INT/98/A37 Building capacity in LDCs to attract venture capital funds 1998 214,780 INT/98/A40 Investment Guides and capacity building for Least Developed Countries (LDCs) 1998 230,100 INT/99/921 Needs assessment to attract Asian FDI investment to Africa (Phase I) 1999 2001 134,856 INT/99/A39 Technical assistance-related research and policy analysis on FDI 1999 2001 57,965 TD/B/47/8/Rev.1 TD/B/WP/132/Rev.1 page 13 Project No. (...) Short title Duration/ ompletion Budget/balance of funds available Trade logistics Ongoing BGD/94/A57 ACIS RailTracker 1995 2001 25,000 BKF/92/A35 ACIS RailTracker 1992 2001 25,000 BUL/99/A08 ACIS RailTracker 1999 2001 100,000 CMR/93/A24 ACIS RailTracker 1993 2001 25,000 INS/98/011 Private sector participation in maritime services 1998 2001 5,000 IRA/99/008 ACIS PortTracker 1999 2002 123,000 LEBOT0BZ ACIS PortTracker Beirut 2000 2001 450,000 NEP/97/A53 Promotion of trade and transport sectors (ACIS/ASYCUDA) 1996 2001 660,000 SOM/98/001 Ports and trade efficiency for economic recovery 1998 2001 133,000 SOM/00/003 Support to cross-border initiatives 2000 2001 350,000 SUD/93/A10 ACIS RailTracker (Sudan Railway Corporation) 1993 2001 25,000 URT/93/A43 ACIS RailTracker (Uganda Railway Corporation) 1993 2001 25,000 RAF/94/A70 ACIS in COMESA 1995 2001 220,000 RAF/97/A07 ACIS RailTracker/RSIS in southern Africa 1999 2001 100,000 TD/B/47/8/Rev.1 TD/B/WP/132/Rev.1 page 17 Project No.
语言:中文
得分: 1499295 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=TD/B/47/8/REV.1&Lang=C
数据资源: ods