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El objetivo de la Iniciativa, liderada por Mary Robinson, Presidenta de Realizing Rights: the Ethical Globalization Initiative, y el Dr. (...) Mary Robinson, Presidenta, Realizing Rights Dr. Francis Omaswa, Director Ejecutivo, Alianza Mundial en pro del Personal Sanitario Miembros: Excmo. (...) Peggy Clark, Directora Gerente, Realizing Rights Dra. Ita Lynch, Asesora de Salud, Realizing Rights Para más información puede ponerse en contacto con: P.
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Puntuación: 1207989.4 - https://www.who.int/mediacentre/news/notes/2007/np23/es/
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La Iniciativa, fruto de una asociación de la Alianza Mundial en pro del Personal Sanitario (la Alianza), la OMS y Realizing Rights, se estableció formalmente en mayo de de 2007 con el fin de abordar la acuciante cuestión de la migración de los profesionales de la salud. (...) La HWMI está formada por el Consejo Asesor sobre Políticas Mundiales de Migración del Personal Sanitario y el grupo de trabajo técnico encargado de esta misma cuestión, cuyas funciones de secretaría son asumidas, respectivamente, por Realizing Rights y por la OMS. Dentro de sus actividades fundamentales, el Consejo Asesor y el grupo de trabajo técnico apoyan a la OMS en el papel directivo asumida por ésta en relación con la elaboración, negociación y aplicación del código de prácticas mundial sobre migración del personal sanitario propuesto. (...) El Grupo especial sobre migración está copresidido por Mary Robinson, Presidenta de Realizing Rights y el Dr. Francis Omaswa, antiguo Director Ejecutivo de la Alianza.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHT TO SAFE DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION :ADDENDUM
The Special Rapporteur will bring attention to sanitation and hygiene, which otherwise tend to be overshadowed by water issues. Challenges to realizing the human rights to water and sanitation may also be exacerbated in certain environmental, political, economic or demographic situations. (...) The Special Rapporteur intends to continue to collect information on good practices related to all aspects of realizing the rights to water and sanitation. This includes strengthening legislative, regulatory and policy frameworks, as well as financing, service provision and accountability systems, as measures that can be taken by States to realize those rights. (...) He considers it of paramount importance that his mandate be used as an opportunity to channel the extensive range of expertise and experiences that already exists around the world into the common, universal goal of realizing the human rights to water and sanitation for all.
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Puntuación: 1115327.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/30/39/ADD.1&Lang=S
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PROGRAMME BUDGET FOR 2023 OF THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR REFUGEES
Estas quedan plasmadas en las estrategias de la Oficina a todos los niveles y se establecen vínculos directos con sus Amount % over total Amount % over total Amount % change Impact area 1: Protect Attaining favorable protection environments 1,990,854 22% 2,037,249 19% 46,395 2% Impact area 2: Respond Realizing rights in safe environments 4,193,742 47% 5,650,361 54% 1,456,618 35% Impact area 3: Empower Empowering communities and achieving gender equality 1,372,077 15% 1,368,079 13% (3,997) 0% Impact area 4: Solve Securing solutions 997,335 11% 1,038,811 10% 41,476 4% Subtotal programmed activities 8,554,008 95% 10,094,500 96% 1,540,493 18% Operational reserve 427,700 5% 427,502 4% (198) 0% Junior Professional Officers 12,000 0% 12,000 0% - 0% Total 8,993,708 100% 10,534,003 100% 1,540,295 17% (in thousands of US dollars) 2022 Budget Variance current vs originalOriginal Current Amount % over total Amount % over total West and Central Africa 446,016 9% 157,697 7% East and Horn of Africa and the Great Lakes 990,339 20% 377,656 18% Southern Africa 211,279 4% 85,452 4% Middle East and North Africa 1,286,190 26% 460,784 22% Asia and the Pacific 543,030 11% 204,066 10% Europe 359,108 7% 336,650 16% Americas 415,377 8% 155,842 7% Subtotal country and regional programmes 4,251,339 86% 1,778,146 84% Global programmes 415,207 8% 236,533 11% Headquarters 243,041 5% 87,652 4% Subtotal programmed activities 4,909,587 100% 2,102,331 100% Junior Professional Officers 8,388 0% 3,558 0% Total 4,917,975 100% 2,105,890 100% 2021 expenditure (as at 31 May 2022) 2022 expenditure (in thousands of US dollars) A/AC.96/1224 14 GE.22-13628 planes y presupuestos para traducir dichas estrategias en acciones concretas.
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Puntuación: 1074150.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=A/AC.96/1224&Lang=S
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND INTERNATIONAL SOLIDARITY, VIRGINIA DANDAN : ADDENDUM
Empowering women: towards realizing gender equality................................ 38–39 10 B. (...) Agriculture and food security: towards realizing the right to food................. 49–66 12 D. (...) Social protection: towards realizing the right to an adequate standard of living 40.
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ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES :NOTE / BY SECRETARIAT
Las metas 8.3 (promover políticas orientadas al desarrollo que apoyen las actividades productivas, la creación de puestos de trabajo decentes, el emprendimiento, la creatividad y la innovación, y fomentar la formalización y el crecimiento de las microempresas y las pequeñas y medianas empresas) y 8.5 (lograr el empleo pleno y productivo y el trabajo decente para todas las mujeres y los hombres, incluidos los jóvenes y las personas con discapacidad) son __________________ 1 Organización Internacional del Trabajo (OIT), Perspectivas sociales y del empleo en el mundo: tendencias 2022 (Ginebra, Oficina Internacional del Trabajo, 2022). 2 Naciones Unidas, Departamento de Asuntos Económicos y Sociales, Disability and Development Report: Realizing the Sustainable Development Goals by, for and with Persons with Disabilities 2018 (Nueva York, 2019). 3 R. (...) Un estudio de caso de Bangladesh mostró que las __________________ 5 Pacto Mundial de las Naciones Unidas y OIT, “Guía para Empresas sobre los Derechos de las Personas con Discapacidad: cómo pueden las empresas respetar y apoyar los derechos de las personas con discapacidad y beneficiarse de la inclusión”, 2018. 6 Naciones Unidas, Departamento de Asuntos Económicos y Sociales, Disability and Development Report: Realizing the Sustainable Development Goals by, for and with Persons with Disabilities 2018. (...) Además, los trabajadores con discapacidad de las plataformas no tienen la obligación de revelar información que de otro modo se exigiría en el empleo tradicional, lo que a menudo es una fuente de estigmatización y discriminación en el momento de la oferta de empleo29. __________________ 25 Naciones Unidas, Departamento de Asuntos Económicos y Sociales, Disability and Development Report: Realizing the Sustainable Development Goals by, for and with Persons with Disabilities 2018. 26 Red Mundial de Empresas y Discapacidad de la OIT, “Leave no one offline: a primer on engaging your company on digital accessibility”, 2021. 27 Véase CEB/2019/1/Add.2, párr. 4. 28 Esto no quiere decir que las personas con discapacidad no se enfrenten a barreras para acceder al trabajo en plataformas.
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LETTER DATED 23 JUNE 2020 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Calls on the international community to take steps against the Israeli occupation and its colonial practices that jeopardize the fundamentals of the rule-based international order, not to recognize the illegal status of Israeli settlement on the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem, or help to sustain it in any way, as well as take all the necessary legal countermeasures that include refraining from dealings with any Israeli government that endorses its annexation agenda, imposing economic and political sanctions on Israel, boycotting the Israeli colonial A/74/926 S/2020/584 4/5 20-08693 system, illegal Israeli settlements and their products, in addition to ensu ring accountability measures, with a view to ending the Israeli colonial occupation and realizing national independence of the State of Palestine based on 1967 borders, with Al-Quds al-Sharif as its capital. 8. Declares its support for the Palestinian leadership’s decisions of 19 May 2020, while reiterating that peace and security in the Middle East, as a strategic option, cannot be achieved without ending Israel’s illegal, colonial occupation of the State of Palestine, including Al-Quds Al-Sharif and the Arab territories occupied since June 1967; and calls on the international community to make every effort necessary to end this illegal occupation, and to help the Palestinian people achieve their inalienable rights and fulfill their legitimate national aspirations, including exercising their right to self-determination, realizing sovereignty and independence of the State of Palestine, with Al-Quds Al-Sharif as its capital, and reaching a just solution to the question of Palestinian refugees in compliance with the principles of international law, relevant UN resolutions and the Arab Peace Initiative, which was adopted by the Extraordinary Islamic Summit of Mecca (2005). 9.
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VISIT TO MALAYSIA : REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON EXTREME POVERTY AND HUMAN RIGHTS
The Government has a real opportunity to become a true champion of poverty reduction by improving the lives of many facing hardship and realizing the poverty eradication ambitions of the new economic policy. (...) Most importantly, as UNICEF has noted, the system has “virtually no redistributive or poverty reduction impact”.51 That is because of inadequate investment, expenditure failing to keep pace with GDP growth and schemes that provide only small irregular benefits.52 There is a lack of employee safety nets and income support for disadvantaged persons, such as the unemployed, single parents, persons with disabilities and older persons, remains ad hoc, insufficiently targeted and incapable of 44 Stewart Nixon, Hidekatsu Asada and Vincent Koen, “Fostering inclusive growth in Malaysia” OECD working papers No. 1371 (January 2017), pp. 11–12. 45 Jacqueline David, “RM 1,100 minimum monthly wage comes into effect”, Borneo Post Online, 2 January 2019. 46 Department of Statistics, Household Income and Basic Amenities Survey Report 2016, table 1.11, pp. 54–57. 47 Stewart Nixon, Hidekatsu Asada and Vincent Koen, “Fostering inclusive growth in Malaysia”, p. 18. 48 World Bank, Malaysia Economic Monitor, December 2019: Making Ends Meet, p. 48. 49 World Bank, Malaysia Economic Monitor, December 2018: Realizing Human Potential, pp. 34 and 36, and Malaysia Economic Monitor, December 2019: Making Ends Meet, pp. 42 and 50. 50 Stewart Nixon, Hidekatsu Asada and Vincent Koen, “Fostering inclusive growth in Malaysia”, p. 23. 51 Submission by UNICEF Malaysia, p.2. 52 Ibid. (...) As of 2017, the median monthly income for a household without formal education was RM 1,100 (US$ 270), compared to RM 3,400 (US$ 836) for those with a tertiary education.61 Malaysia has made impressive progress in increasing school enrolment rates, including universal primary education.62 However, attrition from the school system is a major challenge, especially for low-income 53 Stewart Nixon, Hidekatsu Asada and Vincent Koen, “Fostering inclusive growth in Malaysia”, pp. 10 and 16. 54 World Bank, Malaysia Economic Monitor, December 2018: Realizing Human Potential, p. 65. 55 UNICEF Malaysia, “Children without: a study of urban child poverty and deprivation in low-cost flats in Kuala Lumpur”, p. 24. 56 Stewart Nixon, Hidekatsu Asada and Vincent Koen, “Fostering inclusive growth in Malaysia,” p. 28. 57 World Bank, Malaysia Economic Monitor, December 2018: Realizing Human Potential, pp. 62–63. 58 Ibid, p. 61. 59 Stewart Nixon, Hidekatsu Asada and Vincent Koen, “Fostering inclusive growth in Malaysia,” p. 28. 60 Department of Statistics, Household Income and Basic Amenities Survey Report 2016, p. 98. 61 Ibid., “Salaries and wages survey report 2017”, available from https://bit.ly/2KnJEwn. 62 World Bank, Malaysia Economic Monitor, December 2018: Realizing Human Potential, pp. 54 and 57.
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Puntuación: 915181.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/44/40/ADD.1&Lang=S
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