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The ITPS is composed of twenty-seven recognized soil experts. Its membership should ensure proper regional balance, optimal coverage of the range of scientific and practical areas of expertise required by the wide GSP mandate, as well as gender balance. (...) Members of the ITPS should act in their personal capacity and provide neutral advice to the GSP and GSP Partners on matters relating to their recognized field of expertise. Potential candidates will be assessed against the following qualifications and criteria:  a recognized academic profile  (postgraduate level); demonstrated experience at international and national level in  different soil-related activities, ranging from research to  development; specific expertise in key topics, especially: sustainable soil management, soil organic carbon, soil pollution, soil fertility, provision of ecosystem services by soils, soil biodiversity, soil restoration, soil mapping and information systems, economics of soils. a  record of  sound publications subjected to peer reviews; a position that would not preclude  the provision of  advice independently from their employment status and nationality. (...) The GSP Secretariat will screen the received nominations and consolidate a final list of candidates on the basis of the above criteria, which will be submitted to FAO Members by 27 th February 2022.
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Score: 903575.4 - https://www.fao.org/global-soi...highlights/detail/en/c/1470989
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ICAO Council approves globally harmonized CORSIA Sustainability Criteria for sustainable aviation fuels For immediate release Montréal, 12 November 2021 – At a meeting of its 224th Session this week, the ICAO Council approved new Sustainability Criteria for sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) eligible under the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA), together with the compliance assessment guidance. By making use of aviation fuels which meet the new Sustainability Criteria for SAF life-cycle CO2 reduction benefits and other environmental and socio-economic themes, aircraft operators engaged in international flights can claim associated reductions in their CORSIA CO2 offsetting requirements. (...) The approval of the SAF Sustainability Criteria was complemented by additional CORSIA decisions and progress by the Council regarding its pandemic impact analysis for 2022 CORSIA periodic review, and updates to the CORSIA eligible emissions units, as well as the 2022 process for the Organization’s work on the feasibility of a long-term aspirational goal (LTAG) for international aviation toward the next ICAO Assembly.
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Score: 902924.8 - https://www.icao.int/Newsroom/NewsDoc2021/COM.67.21.EN.pdf
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The Committee regularly reviews the LDC criteria, based on a consistent set of principles. The 2016 Comprehensive High-level Midterm Review of the Implementation of the Istanbul Programme of Action recognized the importance of the reviews by the CDP of the graduation criteria for the LDCs, and recommended that the reviews be comprehensive, taking into account all aspects of the evolving international development context, including relevant agendas. (...) Assistance is often based on the entities’ own policies, priorities and criteria, which may not necessarily relate to LDC status.
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Score: 900757.6 - https://www.un.org/development...ort-ECOSOC-CMM-6July2017-1.pdf
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A and Recomm s adopted the policy is appli on or a certifi gned, develop l be subjected fore in suppor t the use of will be limited t GEROUS G TWENTY- Montréal, 11 AVIATION AC (Presented SU information ndorsement of pilot progr ods training i lfil the criteria ortant role to pool of qualifi sport. ency-based tr As a result, IC mended Prac ICAO Civil A icable to all tr icate of achie ped and offere d to an approp rt of the ICAO f the ICAO to the endorseme GOODS PA -THIRD MEE 1 to 21 Octob SAFETY-RE CTIVITIES d by the Secre UMMARY n on the de f aviation saf ramme for tr in which com a of the endor play in ensu ied profession raining is a CAO, in orde ctices (SARP Aviation Trai raining provid evement with ed in accorda priate ICAO e O Training P logo for trai ent of English La ANEL (DG ETING ber 2011 ELATED TR etariat) evelopment o fety-related tr raining activ mpetency fram rsement progr uring that the nals necessary fundamental r to support S Ps) and to im ining Policy. ded by ICAO an ICAO log ance with set endorsement m olicy, ICAO ining and te anguage Testing GP) RAINING AN of a new IC raining and te vities, ICAO meworks have ramme. civil aviatio y to support th component States in their mprove the jo O and any org go. (...) Through DGP/23 30/9/11 G y, and re and ng the omply nce of uing a esting es for ement h this 3-IP/8 DGP/23-IP/8 - 2 - mechanism, approval and validation that the endorsed testing or training activity complies with specific criteria developed by ICAO will be required. In order for an organization to obtain the ICAO logo for use with respect to a training or testing activity, the requesting organization will be required to fulfil the obligations of this endorsement programme. 2. (...) The endorsement process will support the strategic objectives of ICAO by facilitating the harmonization of Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) implementation and ensuring that enough qualified and current aviation professionals manage and support the international air transportation system. 2.3 ICAO endorsement will focus on aviation safety-related training and testing activities that comply with the following guidelines: a) uses internationally recognized competency frameworks2; b) directly relates to the implementation of ICAO SARPs; c) is not conducted in an Approved Training Organization per Appendix 2 to Annex I; d) follows a competency-based training methodology3; e) is conducted by an organization in which there is an established quality assurance system; f) training facilities are commensurate with the activity; and g) is provided by qualified and competent instructors that meet criteria to provide specific training courses. 2.4 ICAO endorsement of a training or testing activity indicates that the delivery of the training or testing activity, the facilities and instruction meet the criteria of quality and experience required to ensure that the skills and knowledge necessary to implement SARPs are provided.
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Score: 899807.4 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...0Papers/DGP.23.IP.008.6.en.pdf
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Dire Tladi for preparation of the second report and we would like to make some comments on the topic. While cumulative criteria for identification ofjus cogens have been driven from article 53 of the 1969 Viemia Convention, the report is silent on the question of who determines whether the criteria have been met. In this regard, the Special Rapporteur asserted that his report "will take the 1969 Convention as a point of departure in developing the criteria". To fill this lacuna, one may benefit from article 66(a) of the Convention, in which the International Court of Justice has been recognized as the main competent body for resolving the disputes on the application or interpretation of jus cogens. (...) Furthermore, a number of countries have made reservation to this article of Vienna Convention when they became party to it. The criteria for identification of jus cogens "refer to the elements that should be present before a rule can be qualified as a norm of jus cogens".
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Score: 897403.1 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...pdfs/statements/ilc/iran_3.pdf
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ICAO Council approves CORSIA Sustainability Criteria for sustainable aviation fuels You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. (...) Conflict Zones Risk Information ICAO / ICAO Newsroom / ICAO Council approves CORSIA Sustainability Criteria for sustainable aviation fuels News Releases Currently selected Subscribe Speeches Social Media Publications ICAO Journal TRIP Magazine Training Report Media Accreditation Contact Us ICAO Council approves CORSIA Sustainability Criteria for sustainable aviation fuels   Page Image Image Caption Page Content   Montréal, 12 November 2021 – At a meeting of its 224 th Session this week, the ICAO Council approved new Sustainability Criteria for sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) eligible under the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA), together with the compliance assessment guidance.   By making use of aviation fuels which meet the new Sustainability Criteria for SAF life-cycle CO 2 reduction benefits and other environmental and socio-economic themes, aircraft operators engaged in international flights can claim associated reductions in their CORSIA CO 2 offsetting requirements.  
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Score: 896015.1 - https://www.icao.int/Newsroom/...ustainable-aviation-fuels.aspx
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• A reference point for coordination and good practice of SPS capacity building • Support and funding for development and implementation of projects that promote compliance with international SPS requirements Members • Founding partners (FAO, OIE, WB, WHO, WTO) • Selected developing country experts (6) • Donors (13) • Observers Working Group (twice a year) Secretariat (6 staff members) Annual budget (target): US$5 million Thematic work on cross-cutting issuesThematic work on cross-cutting issues • Linkages between SPS and Trade Facilitation (2013) • International trade and invasive alien species (2012) • Public private partnerships in the SPS area (2010) • Climate change and SPS risks (2009) • Use of economic analysis to inform SPS decision- making (2009) • Good practice in SPS technical cooperation (2008) Grants for project development (PPG) Grants ≤ US$50,000 Project grants (PG) STDF contribution ≤ US$1 million, 3 year duration or less STDF FundingSTDF Funding 28 out of 32 countries (direct or indirect beneficiaries of STDF projects) Multi Criteria Decision Analysis A tool to inform SPS decision-making processes and help prioritize SPS capacity building options for market access Multi Criteria Decision Analysis A tool to inform SPS decision-making processes and help prioritize SPS capacity building options for market access ContextContext • Many countries face challenges complying with SPS measures in international trade • SPS capacity-building needs are often substantial • Challenges to establish priorities in face of resource constraints • Information on which to base decisions often limited (supply and/or poor quality) • Decision-making processes often ad hoc and lack transparency • As a result, there is often a struggle to raise resources, while those resources that are available are often used inefficiently • Need for more coherent and defensible priority-based decisions What is MCDA? (...) • Way of making choices on basis of multiple criteria • Applied when: – Choices driven by more than one criterion – No one option is clearly the best • Recognizes the need to make trade-offs when options perform well on some criteria and less well on others • Widely used family of techniques in private and public sectors Aim of the MCDA frameworkAim of the MCDA framework • Provide structured approach to establishing priorities between alternative SPS capacity building options (exports) • Facilitates inputs from diverse public/private stakeholders • Promotes transparency and aids decision-making • Demand-driven capacity building • Greater resource efficiency • Enhanced trade and social outcomes and impacts Priority-Setting FrameworkPriority-Setting Framework Criteria Weights Options Option1 Option 2 Option 3 Option 4 Option 5 Cost 20% $3 million $500,000 $2 million $250,000 $3 million Growth in Exports 30% 30% 20% 50% 10% 15% Small farmers 30% No Yes No Yes Yes Poverty impacts 20% Minor Major Moderate Minor Major Ranking 5 1 3 2 4 Stages in prioritization processStages in prioritization process Compilation of Information Dossier Definition of Choice Set Sifting of Options Definition of Decision Criteria/Weights Compilation of Information Cards Construction of Spider Diagrams Derivation of Quantitative priorities Validation MCDA (D-Sight) Decision criteria measures: up-front investmentDecision criteria measures: up-front investment Hypothetical decision criteria measures: trade impact Hypothetical decision criteria measures: trade impact Baseline prioritizationBaseline prioritization Equal weights prioritizationEqual weights prioritization Where has the MCDA framework been used?
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Score: 895587.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._oct13_e/stdf_cte_workshop.pdf
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Apart from the infrastructure sharing regulation, the interconnection regulation also addresses criteria and conditions of collocation on par with international norms. (...) The interconnection regulation designates the landing station as any technically feasible point of interconnection to which the other licensees are able to interconnect on a non discriminatory term at cost- oriented basis. 2 Policy and Regulatory Harmonization The NTC recognizes the necessity of policy and regulatory harmonization in driving Thailand’s telecommunications sector to international level. (...) Apart from the infrastructure sharing regulation, the interconnection regulation also addresses criteria and conditions of collocation on par with international norms.
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Score: 895482 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...ars/gsr/GSR08/PDF/Thailand.pdf
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Apart from the infrastructure sharing regulation, the interconnection regulation also addresses criteria and conditions of collocation on par with international norms. (...) The interconnection regulation designates the landing station as any technically feasible point of interconnection to which the other licensees are able to interconnect on a non discriminatory term at cost- oriented basis. 2 Policy and Regulatory Harmonization The NTC recognizes the necessity of policy and regulatory harmonization in driving Thailand’s telecommunications sector to international level. (...) Apart from the infrastructure sharing regulation, the interconnection regulation also addresses criteria and conditions of collocation on par with international norms.
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Score: 895482 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...ars/GSR/GSR08/PDF/Thailand.pdf
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WHO | Global guidance on criteria and processes for validation: Elimination of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV and Syphilis Skip to main content Access Home Alt+0 Navigation Alt+1 Content Alt+2 Search Search the WHO .int site Submit Advanced search Navigation Home Health topics Data Media centre Publications Countries Programmes Governance About WHO Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Sexual and reproductive health Menu Sexual and reproductive health What's new? Topics Publications HRP research programme About us Staff Contact us Global guidance on criteria and processes for validation: Elimination of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV and Syphilis 2nd edition Authors : WHO Publication details Number of pages : 39 Publication date : 2017 Languages : English ISBN : 978-92-4-151327-2 Downloads Global guidance on criteria and processes for validation: Elimination of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV and Syphilis pdf, 3.42 MB Governance guidance for the validation of elimination of mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis: an overview of validation structures and responsibilities at national, regional and global levels This second edition of the EMTCT global validation guidance document provides standardized processes and consensus-developed criteria to validate EMTCT of HIV and syphilis, and to recognize high-HIV burden countries that have made significant progress on the path to elimination. (...) NEW: Tools and checklists for in-country evaluation of four required components Checklist for Country preliminary assessment of EMTCT of HIV and syphilis and Path to Elimination criteria docx, 67kb 2019 Laboratory evaluation and assessment Guidance, checklists and tools docx, 1.09Mb REVISED VERSION DATE: 01 August 2020 Data assessment and verification docx, 149kb REVISED VERSION DATE: 01 August 2020 Human rights, gender equality, and engagement of civil society in the EMTCT process docx, 305kb June 2017 Programme evaluation and assessment docx, 323kb REVISED VERSION DATE: 01 August 2020 REGIONAL Validation Report Template docx, 44kb (required components and tables) NATIONAL Validation Report Template docx, 42kb (required components and tables) First edition and other language versions of the first edition Related links Read more on syphilis infection in pregnancy Mother-to-child transmission of HIV HIV toolkits, manuals, guides, reports and policy briefs You are here: Sexual and reproductive health Publications Quick Links Sitemap Home Health topics Data Media centre Publications Countries Programmes and projects Governance About WHO Help and Services Contacts FAQs Employment Feedback Privacy E-mail scams WHO Regional Offices WHO African Region WHO Region of the Americas WHO South-East Asia Region WHO European Region WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region WHO Western Pacific Region © WHO 2022 Back to top Email Address Sign up for WHO updates
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Score: 892401 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...cations/emtct-hiv-syphilis/en/
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