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Microsoft Word - CDP-excerpt-2019-3.docx   2019   Update on the progress of the multi‐year work  programme on a comprehensive review of the least  developed country criteria *    The Committee took stock of its implementation of the  multi‐year  (2017–2020)  work  programme  on  a  comprehensive review of the  least developed country  criteria.  (...) It  reviewed  the  basic structure  of  the  criteria  and  the    graduation  rule  developed,  proposals  to  strengthen  the  application  of  the  criteria  in  the  graduation  process  and  discussed  reorganizing  the  vulnerability  criterion.  (...) The Committee has periodically refined  its  criteria,  in  line  with  the  evolution  of  development  thinking and changes  in data availability.1   Moreover,  in  the Political Declaration of the Comprehensive High‐level  Midterm Review of  the  Implementation of  the  Istanbul  Programme of Action for the Least Developed Countries  for  the Decade  2011–2020, Member  States  recognized  the  importance of the reviews by the Committee of the  graduation criteria for the least developed countries and  recommended  that  the  reviews  be  comprehensive,  taking  into  account  all  aspects  of  the  evolving  international  development  context,  including  relevant  agendas (see General Assembly resolution 70/294, annex,  para.  48). 
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Score: 872060.1 - https://www.un.org/development...ites/45/CDP-excerpt-2019-3.pdf
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Candidatures of women scientists are encouraged. Eligibility criteria The nominees must have scientific achievements that are conducive to socio-economic transformation and impact development on a regional or global scale, based on: 1. (...) There is no age limit for the nominees. Selection criteria by the Jury The selection criteria of the candidates are the following: A. (...) The Jury of the Prize will evaluate the eligible applications, in accordance with the above-mentioned selection criteria. For the Jury deliberation, which will be held in mid-June 2022, the Jury of the Prize will review and discuss the best nominations.
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Score: 871247.9 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...v_prize_rules_2022_english.pdf
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INTRODUCTION 1.1 The note in Part 2;2.2.1 determines that UN 1950 — Aerosols, UN 2037 — Receptacles, small, containing gas and UN 2037 — Gas cartridges must be regarded as being in Division 2.1 when the criteria in 2.5.1 a) are met. 1.2 Another note under letter a) ii) in 2.2.1 establishes similar information already covered by the previous note (does not include UN 2037 — Gas cartridges). 1.3 This paper proposes to delete the second note since they are redundant. 2. (...) Note.— UN 1950 — Aerosols, UN 2037 — Receptacles, small, containing gas and UN 2037 — Gas cartridges must be regarded as being in Division 2.1 when the criteria in 2.5.1 a) are met. a) Division 2.1 — Flammable gases. (...) Note.— UN 1950 — Aerosols and UN 2037 — Receptacles, small, containing gas must be regarded as being in Division 2.1 when the criteria in 2.5.1 a) are met. . . . — END —
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Score: 870822.5 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da.../WG16/DGPWG.16.WP.015.2.en.pdf
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., a foreign airline from Country A setting up an airline(s) in Country B or using Country B’s traffic rights with a third country, without Country A giving up anything in return. (3 pages) A.35.WP.156.en.wpd A35-WP/156 EC/23 17/9/04 ASSEMBLY — 35TH SESSION ECONOMIC COMMISSION Agenda Item 27: Regulation of international air transport services, and outcome of the fifth Worldwide Air Transport Conference LIBERALISING AIR CARRIER OWNERSHIP AND CONTROL (Presented by Singapore) SUMMARY Singapore recognizes the changing external environment and is supportive of the recommendations by ICAO and IATA’s call to broaden the liberalization of the airline designation criteria. (...) To date, Singapore has managed to liberalise airline designation provisions for more than 20% of our ASAs. 2.3 For example, under the Singapore-United Arab Emirates (UAE) ASA, the designation criteria was amended to allow for Gulf Air’s operations under the ASA, so long as its incorporation and principal place of business remained in Oman, the UAE, Qatar, or Bahrain and effective control remained in the hands of the governments of the said States and/or their nationals2. (...) CONCLUSION 3.1 In summary, Singapore is supportive of moves by ICAO, the Member States and the airline industry to liberalise the airline designation criteria under the ASAs to provide for maximum commercial flexibility for airlines and as part of the larger goal toward air services liberalisation.
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Score: 870429.3 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...%2035th%20Session/wp156_en.pdf
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So, back in the early 90s the international community recognized that if chemicals are going to be shipped and used worldwide, it would be best if everyone knew how to recognize what was what. (...) Once a chemical is classified in one country as carcinogen, toxic or flammable according to the GHS criteria, it is labelled according to the GHS and is then identified as such in all countries using the system. The economic impact for manufacturers is huge since they do not have to conform to different classification and labelling criteria.  But most importantly, workers in all 68 countries enjoy the same level of protection thanks to universally agreed classification criteria and hazardous communication element, which includes instantly recognizable pictograms, signal words and hazard statements.  
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Score: 870429.3 - https://unece.org/stories/use-chemicals
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Table 2.I: ISO 14024 Guiding Principles Clause 5.1 Voluntary nature Clause 5.2 ISO 14020 Principles apply Clause 5.3 Applicants comply with environmental and other relevant legislation Clause 5.4 Criteria development includes comprehensive life cycle consideration approach Clause 5.5 Environmental criteria differentiate environmentally preferable products from others Clause 5.6 Criteria based on indicators arising from life cycle considerations Criteria set at attainable and measurable levels Clause 5.7 Fitness for purpose and levels of performance [of products] taken into account in Developing criteria Clause 5.8 Criteria are set with a predefined validity period Criteria and product function requirements are reviewed, and potentially revised, within a Predefined time period Clause 5.9 Formal open participation process for selection and review of product categories, Environmental criteria and product function characteristics Clause 5.10 All [product] environmental criteria and function characteristics are verifiable Compliance assessment incorporates generally acceptable standards and methods Clause 5.11 Transparency exists through all stages of ecolabelling program development and Operation; information on significant program aspects is available for inspection and Comment by interested parties Clause 5.12 Unnecessary obstacles to international trade don't exist Clause 5.13 Application and participation is open to all potential applicants Clause 5.14 Development and selection of criteria based on sound scientific and engineering principles Clause 5.15 Program is free from undue influence Clause 5.16 Any fees are kept as low as possible and applied equitably to all applicants and licensees Clause 5.17 Confidentiality of pertinent information is maintained Clause 5.18 Mutual recognition is deemed desirable As part of a broader set of environmental policy options, the GEN type of ecolabelling has been designed as a market-based tool to encourage the demand for and supply of products and services which could be determined to have lower impact on the environment, over the product’s life cycle. (...) Several bilateral pilot agreements have been initiated to test out the system concept described above and to gain experience in working with other ecolabelling programs or schemes. · development of harmonized and common core environmental criteria for certain products. Where criteria are harmonized, no difference in criteria is seen at the application stage. Common core criteria, on the other hand, provides for a common base of criteria, while allowing different programs to supplement the criteria with additional requirements that may be unique to that program’s sphere of influence because of different ecosystem sensitivities, climatic conditions or cultural reasons; · representation at ISO meetings.
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Score: 870202.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr.../dda_e/symp03_gen_ecolab_e.doc
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In particular, it highlights the integration of climate change criteria in the fair, equitable and comprehensive governance of oceans, the development of a Sustainable Ocean Plan for the Exclusive Economic Zone of the country and the consolidation of the Fisheries Shelters National System, incorporating climate change criteria in its design and implementation. ● Mr. (...) It is therefore important to recognize their vulnerability to adverse climatic effects and risk it poses to their food security and nutrition. ● Finally, we reiterate the importance that fishery products have for global food security and the need to support fisheries to become more resilient in the face to observed climate change.
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Score: 869993 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...wcp/AgendaItem11-Mexico_en.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - cdp-2017_Plenary-review-ldc-criteria-namsuk-kim.pptx Comprehensive Review of the Least Developed Country identification criteria Namsuk Kim CDP Secretariat CDP 19th plenary meeting 20-24 March 2017 Mandate • Comprehensive High-level Midterm Review of the Implementation of the Istanbul Programme of Action (IPoA), Antalya, June 2016 • Member States resolved to “recognize the importance of the reviews by the CDP of the graduation criteria for the LDCs, and recommend the reviews be comprehensive, taking into account all aspects of the evolving international development context, including relevant agendas”. (para 48) • Reiterated by the ECOSOC resolution 2016/15 (para 6) Structure of presentation • LDC criteria and international agendas • CDP work programme • Comprehensive review of the LDC criteria • Summary LDC criteria and international agendas • Current LDC criteria • Application of the LDC criteria • Principles of LDC criteria review – Inter-temporal consistency – Stability – Flexibility – Methodology and data Relevant international policy agendas • 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development • Addis Ababa Action Agenda • Paris Agreement under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate change • Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030 • Istanbul Programme of Action Structure of presentation • LDC criteria and international agendas • CDP work programme • Comprehensive review of the LDC criteria • Summary CDP work programme 1. (...) Identify additional indicators and assess whether their incorporation improves identification of LDCs; Comprehensive criteria reviews Timeframe Phase 1 Step 1: Basic structure and principles March 2017 Adoption of criteria for 2018 review March 2017 Step 2: Identify areas insufficiently covered by LDC criteria (a) Agenda 2030 (b) Other agendas (a) March 2017 (Preliminary); July 2018 (Final) (b) October 2018 Phase 2 Step 3: Review of areas for measuring additional structural impediments (a) Agenda 2030 (b) Other agendas (a) July 2018 (b) October 2018 EGM to prepare revised criteria for 2021 review November 2018 (tentative) Step 4: Assess candidate indicators for LDC criteria December 2018 December 2019 (update) Step 5: Assess additional indicators December 2018 December 2019 (update) Interim review of revised criteria March 2019 Adoption of revised criteria for 2021 review March 2020 Structure of presentation • LDC criteria and international agendas • CDP work programme • Comprehensive review of the LDC criteria • Summary Step 1: Reviewing basic structure and application principles of LDC criteria • Three criteria to identify LDCs since 1971: one on income and two on structural impediments. • Multi-dimensional criteria • The agendas do not provide any additional guidance on: – the number of criteria – asymmetries between graduation and inclusion – the threshold rules • Inter-temporal consistency and stability.
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Score: 869445.1 - https://www.un.org/development...ew-ldc-criteria-namsuk-kim.pdf
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Criteria for identification and recognition of an individual disease . . . . . . . . . . 9 4. Criteria for incorporating a disease into the ILO list of occupational diseases . . . . 11 5. (...) This set of criteria was expected to be applied to all the individual disease items.
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Score: 866534.3 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_150323.pdf
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Criteria for identification and recognition of an individual disease . . . . . . . . . . 9 4. Criteria for incorporating a disease into the ILO list of occupational diseases . . . . 11 5. (...) This set of criteria was expected to be applied to all the individual disease items.
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Score: 866534.3 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...ts/publication/wcms_150323.pdf
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