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ANNOTATED PROVISIONAL AGENDA FOR THE SEVENTY-SIXTH SESSION
The Committee is invited to take note of the information on the Working Party's ongoing activities and to adopt its programme of work. (d) Country profiles on housing and land management 11. At its seventy-fourth session, the Committee approved guidelines for the preparation of country profiles on housing and land management (ECE/HBP/2013/8)11. (...) The Committee will be further provided with updates on the status of the country profiles on housing and land management. 12. In particular, the Committee will be informed of the: • Key outcomes and policy recommendations in the country profile on housing and land management of the Republic of Moldova (ECE/HBP/181) • Key outcomes and policy recommendations in the country profile on housing and land management of Uzbekistan (Informal Note 8) • Preliminary conclusions of the draft country profile on housing and land management of Armenia. 13. Delegations of member States will inform the Committee if they are interested in having a country profile prepared for their country. 14. The Committee is invited to: • Discuss the impact of country profiles on countries, and mechanisms to monitor the implementation of their recommendations • Approve the updated Guidelines for the preparation of the UNECE Country Profiles on Housing and Land Management • Endorse the key outcomes and policy recommendations of the country profiles of the Republic of Moldova and of Uzbekistan 9 http://www.unece.org/housing/smartcities.html 10 http://www.unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/hlm/documents/2015/WP7/ece.hbp.wp7.2015.7.en.pdf 11 http://www.unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/hlm/documents/2013/ECE_HBP_2013_8.pdf ECE/HBP/183 6 • Take note of the information provided on the preparation of the Armenia country profile • Decide on the next countries to be reviewed, and • Propose financial or in-kind expert contributions to the next country profiles. 7.
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HANDBOOK FOR EFFECTIVE PARTICIPATION IN THE WORK OF THE PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS REVIEW COMMITTEE
The purpose of the handbook is to enhance stakeholders’ understanding of the review process and to increase Parties’ capacity to identify and provide information pertaining to the risk profile and risk management of the chemicals under review. 3. (...) They are mentioned several times in Article 8 of the Convention and their input into the process, in particular in the development of the risk profile and the risk management evaluation is often crucial. (...) From experience: All substances that have been examined to date with reference to the criteria in Annex D have been evaluated to fulfil the screening criteria and consequently passed on to the next step in the process, the development of the risk profile. For one substance a vote had to be taken to on whether the screening criteria were fulfilled to allow the substance to move on to the risk profile stage.
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Score: 565310.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=UNEP/POPS/COP.4/INF/9&Lang=E
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GE.11-23275 (E)
SIRUS will, of course, register not only enterprises (profiled and non-profiled), but also certain characteristics of those enterprises, such as size, principal business activity, number of paid employees and turnover. (...) Surveying businesses, whether they constitute a group or a subgroup, will de facto reduce the survey burden on (profiled) enterprises 31. Once the number of survey questionnaires sent to all legal entities in general and to those belonging to a profiled enterprise in particular is known, it becomes possible to measure, inter alia, the returns to be made by that enterprise and, thanks to profiling, it will henceforth be sent just one questionnaire. This will be one of the arguments that those now entrusted with profiling large groups can use to persuade them that it is in their interests to participate in the profiling process. 32.
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USE OF DRUG CHARACTERIZATION AND CHEMICAL PROFILING IN SUPPORT OF DRUG LAW ENFORCEMENT INTELLIGENCE-GATHERING AND OPERATIONAL WORK AND FOR THE TECHNICAL ASSESSMENT OF ILLICIT DRUG MANUFACTURE AND TRAFFICKING TRENDS : DRAFT RESOLUTION / ARGENTINA AND JAPAN
Affirms the need to promote the use of laboratory information derived from drug characterization and chemical profiling in order to obtain updated assessments of illicit drug manufacture and trafficking trends and to identify chemical substances used in illicit drug manufacture; 2. Reaffirms the need to develop and, subsequently, to harmonize the illicit drug profiling activities of the international drug law enforcement community, pursuant to its resolution 47/5; 3. Encourages Member States to use drug characterization and chemical profiling to efficiently identify drug sources, drug trafficking routes and illicit drug distribution patterns, to evaluate illicit drug manufacture and trafficking trends and to identify chemical substances used in illicit drug manufacture; 4.
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GE.10-20451
ECE/HBP/160 Page 9 A. Country profiles on the housing sector 33. Information was provided on progress achieved with the country profiles of Georgia, Azerbaijan, Belarus and Kyrgyzstan. 34. (...) The delegation of Belarus commented on the country profile (ECE/HBP/150) and informed the session about plans for implementing the profile’s recommendations as well as about the launching event (December 2009). (...) The country profile of Kyrgyzstan is being finalized. As in the case of Belarus, the country profile of Kyrgyzstan contains a chapter on land administration and spatial planning.
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COMMISSION ON THE LIMITS OF THE CONTINENTAL SHELF : ITS FUNCTIONS AND SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL NEEDS IN ASSESSING THE SUBMISSION OF A COASTAL STATE : STUDY / PREPARED BY THE SECRETARIAT
Scales can be chosen so as to emphasize or de-emphasize features such as the foot of the slope on a bathymetric profile or the apparent thickness of sediment on a seismic profile. 21. (...) The reflection times, when displayed in profile form, provide what appears to be a cross-section beneath the sea floor. (...) If the profiles cross the 2,500-metre isobath several times, which is the reference isobath?
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WORKPLAN FOR THE INTERSESSIONAL PERIOD BETWEEN THE TENTH AND ELEVENTH MEETINGS OF THE COMMITTEE
At its eighth meeting, having considered the revised draft risk profile on short-chained chlorinated paraffins (UNEP/POPS/POPRC.8/6), the Committee was unable to reach consensus on whether to move to the Annex F phase or to set the proposal aside. The Committee agreed to establish an intersessional working group to consider any new evidence pertaining to short-chained chlorinated paraffins that might be submitted to the Committee and, on the basis of any such information, to revise the relevant parts of the draft risk profile (see UNEP/POPS/POPRC.8/16, annex IV). The working group is to commence its work in the period between the tenth and eleventh meetings of the Committee to prepare a revised draft risk profile for consideration by the Committee at its eleventh meeting. (...) The Committee may wish to adopt, with any amendments, the draft workplan for the preparation of risk profiles and risk management evaluations during the intersessional period between its tenth and eleventh meetings
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Score: 564542.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=UNEP/POPS/POPRC.10/9&Lang=E
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STATEMENT MADE DURING PRESENTATATION OF THE SUBMISSION MADE BY THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION TO THE COMMISSION, MADE ON 28 MARCH 2002 / BY THE DEPUTY MINISTER FOR NATURAL RESOURCES OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Within each composite profile, isobaths were spaced at 200 m intervals on a strip 40-50 km wide, and depth values were shown at the points of their intersection with the profile. (...) The composite profiles were prepared by orthogonal projection of the initial data points on selected profile lines. (...) In essence, after smoothing procedures were applied to each bathymetric profile, several extreme gradients in the bottom slope were identified, and the maximum gradient was taken as the position of the FCS on a given profile.
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Score: 564528.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...nsf/get?open&DS=CLCS/31&Lang=E
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FOLLOW-UP TO THE COUNTRY PROFILE ON THE HOUSING SECTOR : ARMENIA : WORKSHOP REPORT
THE 2003 COUNTRY PROFILE ON THE HOUSING SECTOR IN ARMENIA A. Main findings of the Country Profile B. Recommendations of the Country Profile II. CURRENT STATE OF THE HOUSING SECTOR AND MINISTERIAL PRIORITIES A. (...) The workshop aimed at reviewing the developments in the housing sector, which have taken place since the Country Profile was carried out, and the implementation of the Country Profile’s recommendations.
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Score: 564528.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=HBP/2005/4&Lang=E
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COMMUNICATION NO. 2326/2013 : DECISION/VIEWS
Both the tissue sample and the DNA profile are codified and stored anonymously. This applies to both adults and children.8 5.7 The interference with the author’s right to privacy was lawful. (...) The Committee also notes that there is no appeal available against a court decision rejecting the objection to the processing of a person’s DNA profile. 9.9 The Committee notes the State party’s position that the tissue sample collection involves very minor interference with a person’s privacy because both the tissue sample and the DNA profile are codified and stored anonymously. (...) Initially, the Committee itself considered that the collection of tissue samples to establish a DNA profile was justified and deemed necessary in a democratic society.
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Score: 564523.54 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...=CCPR/C/120/D/2326/2013&Lang=E
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