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UN Women received USD 166 million in regular resource contributions. This report analyses how UN Women has used regular resource contributions to fulfill its normative, coordination, and operational activities . Through the presentation of tangible results, this report presents case studies to showcase the impact that regular resources have in the countries where UN Women is present .  Enabled by 2020 funding to regular resources, UN Women was able to face the “shadow pandemic” of violence against women and girls that erupted during lockdowns.
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Score: 850914.8 - https://www.unwomen.org/en/dig.../regular-resources-report-2020
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TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE ON TRADE AND GENDER NEW STRATEGY 2021-2026 WTO TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE ON TRADE AND GENDER NEW STRATEGY 2021-2026 Anoush der Boghossian Informal Working Group on Trade and Gender 16 July 2021 Context and background • WTO Technical Assistance is delivered various formats • The training module in line with – WTO instruments, core functions, action plan and objectives. – Objectives of international instruments Integration in WTO TA since 2018 – Milestones • 2018: Development and piloting • March 2019: Official launch of the module • March-December 2019: 13 courses in and outside ITTC • March-December 2020 : Online chats – May 2020: Webinar on applying gender lens to WTO Assessment of how the training was integrated into ITTC’s programmes since 2019 • Gradual and partial integration in ITTC’s programmes • 3 systemic constraints: mandate, time, budget Overview of the new training: A versatile tool 1. a supporting tool for WTO Members -> concrete solutions and new policy tools to integrate gender in trade policies + to implement trade rules with gender lens. 2. a data collection tool on governments’ trade and gender initiatives, programmes and policies. 3. Help drive research Key concepts of the module • Contextualise the issue • Gender concepts • A new approach to WTO agreements and how to implement with gender lens. • Concrete tools to integrate gender into their trade policies • 8 sessions over 2 days Key concepts of the module: After the course: following-up with trainees • Continued support: Regular follow-ups with trainees • Sharing experience and work one year after the training, with other trainees -> creating a loop of knowledge beneficial to all. • Networking, information sharing and links with the Informal Working Group on Trade and Gender New training programme delivered in 4 units • Unit 1: WTO Trade and gender regular course. – 4 per year • Unit 2: Training for Geneva delegates. – 2 per year • Unit 3: E-learning training – on-going and in line with Units 1 and 2 schedules • Unit 4: National activities – Upon request Implementation in 6 phases • From 2021 to December 2026 • Annual evaluations and midterm assessment in October 2024 The full strategy is available upon request anoush.derboghossian@wto.org Thank you. mailto:anoush.derboghssian@wto.org WTO TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE ON TRADE AND GENDER NEW STRATEGY 2021-2026 Slide Number 2 Slide Number 3 Slide Number 4 Slide Number 5 Slide Number 6 Slide Number 7 Slide Number 8 Slide Number 9 Slide Number 10
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Score: 849492.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...tem_3.4.d._wto_secretariat.pdf
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(a) Automatic alerting system for hazardous weather implemented. 2.3 Verification 2.3.1 Regular and comprehensive verification and validation for advisories for en-route hazardous weather information (a) Regular and comprehensive verification techniques and systems; (b) Regular and comprehensive verification and validation for advisories (including post-event analysis); and (c) Publish the results of verification and validation. (...) IATA, IFALPA, CANSO) (a) Regular framework to obtain user feedback (a) Regular framework to obtain user feedback (e.g. regular coordination meeting, user forum); and (b) Feedback results. 2.3.3 On-going research and development (a) Reflect the results of verification and validation to improvement of RHWA accuracy continuously; and (b) Verify the products used to make RHWAs, such as NWP products. (...) Operational Requirements Functional Requirements Selection Considerations (Evidence) (c) Regular assessment of the currency and competence of personnel through an established and documented assessment system based on external and internal assessors, assessing methods and supervisor checks 3.2.4 Experience in technical support and training for States in the AOR (a) Provide technical support and training for States in the region including development of training materials; and (b) Follow up the outcome of training.
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Score: 847205.3 - https://www.icao.int/airnaviga...20Criteria)%20Appendix%20C.pdf
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The project would promote a regional environment of regulatory certainty which encourages private sector investment and ensures that spectrum is efficiently utilized Mission Caribbean Telecommunications Union 1.To build spectrum management expertise in the Caribbean 2.To reform spectrum management policies and practices across the CTU member countries 3.To harmonise approaches to spectrum management in the region Methodology -1 Caribbean Telecommunications Union • Training • Establishment of a Caribbean Spectrum Management Steering Committee • Establishment of a Caribbean Spectrum Management Task Force • Data collection and analysis • Face to Face Multi-stakeholder Consultations Methodology - 2 Caribbean Telecommunications Union • Policy Development Meetings • Field Audits • Development of an indicative Frequency Allocation Table • Development of a Caribbean Spectrum Management Policy Framework • Regular reporting to Executive Council and General Conference of Ministers Milestones Caribbean Telecommunications Union Spectrum Management WorkshopSpectrum Management Workshop –– Oct. 2005Oct. 2005 MultiMulti--stakeholder policy seminarstakeholder policy seminar –– Oct. 2005Oct. 2005 Spectrum Management Workshop Spectrum Management Workshop –– Mar. 2006Mar. 2006 and Consultationand Consultation Task Force and Steering Committee Task Force and Steering Committee –– Jul. 2006Jul. 2006 Data Collection and Analysis Data Collection and Analysis –– Sep. 2006Sep. 2006 Field Audits Field Audits –– Sep. to Oct. 2006Sep. to Oct. 2006 OnOn--Line Forum Line Forum –– Oct. 2006Oct. 2006 Milestones Caribbean Telecommunications Union Steering Committee MeetingSteering Committee Meeting –– Feb. 2007Feb. 2007 Task Force Policy MeetingsTask Force Policy Meetings –– Mar. 2007Mar. 2007 Aug. 2007Aug. 2007 Sep. 2007Sep. 2007 Steering Committee MeetingSteering Committee Meeting –– Feb. 2008Feb. 2008 Task Force Policy MeetingTask Force Policy Meeting –– Aug. 2008Aug. 2008 Summary Caribbean Telecommunications Union Training Programmes Training Programmes -- 6 (2005 6 (2005 –– 2007)2007) (281 Spectrum Managers and technicians)(281 Spectrum Managers and technicians) Steering Committee MeetingsSteering Committee Meetings -- 2 (20072 (2007--2008)2008) Task Force policy meetings Task Force policy meetings -- 6 (20076 (2007--2008)2008) Field AuditsField Audits -- 7 Sep/Oct 20077 Sep/Oct 2007 Spectrum Management Policy Framework Spectrum Management Policy Framework Caribbean Radio Frequency Allocation TableCaribbean Radio Frequency Allocation Table Implementation Work Plan Implementation Work Plan Lessons Learned Caribbean Telecommunications Union 1.1. MultiMulti--stakeholder approaches work well stakeholder approaches work well –– encourage wide encourage wide participation.participation. 2.2. Customized Training is essential for laying a common Customized Training is essential for laying a common foundation of understanding and building expertise.foundation of understanding and building expertise. 3.3. Engagement of CTU Permanent Secretaries and Ministers at Engagement of CTU Permanent Secretaries and Ministers at every stage through regular reporting/feedback is a critical every stage through regular reporting/feedback is a critical success factor.success factor. 4.4.
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Score: 845963.1 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/proj..._Planning_Meeting_20081216.pdf
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Trust Funds Administered by the Division Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home Technical Cooperation Projects Bilateral cooperation Eritrea Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Somalia Programmes of Assistance DOALOS/Norad programmes of assistance Customized Training Courses National Ocean Governance Studies Regional Consultations Ocean Economy and Trade Strategies PROBLUE - DOALOS/World Bank Training Trust Funds CLCS Trust Fund (Members) Article 76 Trust Fund ICP Trust Fund ITLOS Trust Fund Regular Process Trust Fund HSA Fellowship Trust Fund BBNJ Trust Fund Fish Stocks Assistance Fund UN – Nippon Foundation Programmes UNNF Fellowship Host Institutions Research Database Alumni UNNF Strategic Fellowship UNNF Thematic Fellowship BBNJ Training Programme Virtual Training Series Fellowship Conditions Apply Now FAQ Contact Us HSA Fellowship Home Trust Funds Administered by the Division Trust Funds Administered by the Division A number of Trust Funds have been established by the General Assembly which aim to assist States, particularly developing States, in the implementation of the Convention and in their participation in the oceans and the law of the sea related work of the General Assembly. (...) CLCS Trust Fund (Members) Supporting the participation of the members of the  Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf Voluntary trust fund for the purpose of defraying the cost of participation of the members of the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf from developing States in the meetings of the Commission (Fund Code: M1-32KJA-000001)     Article 76 Trust Fund Supporting developing States in the preparation of their submissions to the  Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf Voluntary trust fund for the purpose of facilitating the preparation of submissions to the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf for developing States, in particular the least developed countries and small island developing States, and compliance with article 76 of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (Fund Code: M1-32KUA-000001)   ICP Trust Fund Supporting Developing States in attending the meetings of the United Nations Open-ended Informal Consultative Process on Oceans and the Law of the Sea Voluntary trust fund for the purpose of assisting developing countries, in particular least developed countries, small island developing States and landlocked developing States, in attending the meetings of the United Nations Open-ended Informal Consultative Process on Oceans and the Law of the Sea (Fund Code: M1-32CLA-000005)   ITLOS Trust Fund Supporting States in the peaceful settlements of disputes through the  International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea Voluntary trust fund to assist States in the settlement of disputes through the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (Fund Code: M1-32CLA-000006)     BBNJ Trust Fund Supporting developing States to attend the meetings of the  Intergovernmental Conference on an international legally binding instrument under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction Voluntary trust fund for the purpose of assisting developing countries, in particular the least developed countries, land-locked developing countries and small island developing States, in attending the meetings of the preparatory committee and an intergovernmental conference on the development of an international legally binding instrument under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction (Fund Code: M1-32CLA-000012) Regular Process Trust Fund Supporting the operations of the  Regular Process , including assistance to members of the group of experts from developing countries, as well as the Special Scholarship Fund to support training programmes for developing countries Voluntary trust fund for the Regular Process for Global Reporting and Assessment of the State of the Marine Environment, Including Socio-economic Aspects (Fund Code: M1-32CLA-000007 )   Fish Stocks Assistance Fund Supporting developing States in implementing the Agreement for the Implementation of the Provisions of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea of 10 December 1982 relating to the Conservation and Management of Straddling Fish Stocks and Highly Migratory Fish Stocks.
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Score: 845911.9 - https://www.un.org/oceancapacity/tf
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Trust Funds Administered by the Division Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home Technical Cooperation Projects DOALOS/Norad programmes of assistance Customized Training Courses National Ocean Governance Studies Regional Consultations Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Ocean Economy and Trade Strategies PROBLUE - DOALOS/World Bank Training Somalia Programmes of Assistance Trust Funds CLCS Trust Fund (Members) Article 76 Trust Fund ICP Trust Fund ITLOS Trust Fund Regular Process Trust Fund HSA Fellowship Trust Fund BBNJ Trust Fund Fish Stocks Assistance Fund UN – Nippon Foundation Programmes UNNF Fellowship Host Institutions Research Database Alumni UNNF Strategic Fellowship UNNF Thematic Fellowship BBNJ Training Programme Virtual Training Series Fellowship Conditions Apply Now FAQ Contact Us HSA Fellowship Home Trust Funds Administered by the Division Trust Funds Administered by the Division A number of Trust Funds have been established by the General Assembly which aim to assist States, particularly developing States, in the implementation of the Convention and in their participation in the oceans and the law of the sea related work of the General Assembly. (...) CLCS Trust Fund (Members) Supporting the participation of the members of the  Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf Voluntary trust fund for the purpose of defraying the cost of participation of the members of the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf from developing States in the meetings of the Commission (Fund Code: M1-32KJA-000001)     Article 76 Trust Fund Supporting developing States in the preparation of their submissions to the  Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf Voluntary trust fund for the purpose of facilitating the preparation of submissions to the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf for developing States, in particular the least developed countries and small island developing States, and compliance with article 76 of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (Fund Code: M1-32KUA-000001)   ICP Trust Fund Supporting Developing States in attending the meetings of the United Nations Open-ended Informal Consultative Process on Oceans and the Law of the Sea Voluntary trust fund for the purpose of assisting developing countries, in particular least developed countries, small island developing States and landlocked developing States, in attending the meetings of the United Nations Open-ended Informal Consultative Process on Oceans and the Law of the Sea (Fund Code: M1-32CLA-000005)   ITLOS Trust Fund Supporting States in the peaceful settlements of disputes through the  International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea Voluntary trust fund to assist States in the settlement of disputes through the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (Fund Code: M1-32CLA-000006)     BBNJ Trust Fund Supporting developing States to attend the meetings of the  Intergovernmental Conference on an international legally binding instrument under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction Voluntary trust fund for the purpose of assisting developing countries, in particular the least developed countries, land-locked developing countries and small island developing States, in attending the meetings of the preparatory committee and an intergovernmental conference on the development of an international legally binding instrument under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction (Fund Code: M1-32CLA-000012) Regular Process Trust Fund Supporting the operations of the  Regular Process , including assistance to members of the group of experts from developing countries, as well as the Special Scholarship Fund to support training programmes for developing countries Voluntary trust fund for the Regular Process for Global Reporting and Assessment of the State of the Marine Environment, Including Socio-economic Aspects (Fund Code: M1-32CLA-000007 )   Fish Stocks Assistance Fund Supporting developing States in implementing the Agreement for the Implementation of the Provisions of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea of 10 December 1982 relating to the Conservation and Management of Straddling Fish Stocks and Highly Migratory Fish Stocks.
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Score: 845911.9 - https://www.un.org/oceancapacity/node/734
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Organization usually has regular meetings with relevant government agency and knowledge of its plans/policies. (...) Organization has some knowledge about technical competencies of some agencies, but it is not sure who it would contact if help was needed in a technical area such as Organization has contact, but not on a regular basis, with technical agencies. Has some knowledge of where to find assistance on technical topics in which it needs help, but Organization has contacts at technical agencies and technical staff attend events at least several times a year either for information exchange or training. (...) There is planning for regular meetings with them. These meetings occur but not as often as ideal Organization has regular contact with most if not all prioritized donors.
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Score: 845464.5 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...nce/knowledge/toolkit/23_1.pdf
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1 CONFERENCES/MEETINGS/WORKSHOPS/TRAINING COURSES ATTENDED BY THE UNITED NATIONS LEGAL COUNSEL OR A REPRESENTATIVE OF THE DIVISION FOR OCEAN AFFAIRS AND THE LAW OF THE SEA (DOALOS) TO PROVIDE INFORMATION ON THE LEGAL REGIME IN THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE LAW OF THE SEA AND RELATED AGREEMENTS, AS WELL AS POLICY DEVELOPMENTS IN OCEAN AFFAIRS AND THE LAW OF THE SEA AT THE UNITED NATIONS From 1 September 2017 to 31 August 2018 I. Workshops/briefings/training courses organized by DOALOS (1 September 2017 to 31 August 2018) Title of Meeting Location Dates Final Briefing for Parliamentarians of the Federal Republic of Somalia on a gap analysis of the Somali legislative and policy framework for oceans organized with the Federal Government of the Federal Republic of Somalia and the United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia Mogadishu, Somalia 11-13 September 2017 Workshop to Assist the Regular Process for Global Reporting and Assessment of the State of the Marine Environment, including Socioeconomic Aspects Lisbon, Portugal 14-15 September 2017 Workshop to Assist the Regular Process for Global Reporting and Assessment of the State of the Marine Environment, including Socioeconomic Aspects Auckland, New Zealand 18-19 October 2017 Workshop to Assist the Regular Process for Global Reporting and Assessment of the State of the Marine Environment, including Socioeconomic Aspects Santa Catarina, Brazil 14-15 November 2017 2 Workshop to Assist the Regular Process for Global Reporting and Assessment of the State of the Marine Environment, including Socioeconomic Aspects Bangkok, Thailand 29-30 November 2017 Workshop to Assist the Regular Process for Global Reporting and Assessment of the State of the Marine Environment, including Socioeconomic Aspects Zanzibar, United Rep of Tanzania 14-15 December 2017 United Nations - The Nippon Foundation Training Programme To Reinforce Capacity in the Context of the Intergovernmental Conference on an International Legally Binding Instrument under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea on the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Marine Biological Diversity of Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction, organized by DOALOS New York 19 – 20 April 2018 United Nations - The Nippon Foundation Training Programme To Reinforce Capacity in the Context of the Intergovernmental Conference on an International Legally Binding Instrument under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea on the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Marine Biological Diversity of Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction, organized by DOALOS New York 31 May – 1 June 2018 Workshop to Assist the Regular Process for Global Reporting and Assessment of the State of the Marine Environment, including Socioeconomic Aspects Koror, Palau 8-9 August 2018 First webinar for the Community of Ocean Action 9: “Implementation of International Law as Reflected in the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea”, co-moderated by Mr. (...) Miguel de Serpa Soares, Under-Secretary-General for Legal Affairs and United Nations Legal Counsel (Webex) 21 August 2018 Workshop to Assist the Regular Process for Global Reporting and Assessment of the State of the Marine Environment, including Socioeconomic Aspects Valletta, Malta 27-28 August 2018 3 II.
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Score: 845196.6 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/g...tivities1Sept201731Aug2018.pdf
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This includes non-detention of migrant children, their migratory regularization and their access to protection mechanisms that contribute to the restitution of rights. (...) In line with Objective 5, related to the availability and flexibility of regular pathways, we have seen progress in recent years. (...) We have also expanded regularization, which is a tool to reduce vulnerabilities and ensure access to rights and services.
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Score: 844329.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...05/Mexico_Panel-discussion.pdf
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This will inevitably lead to an expansion of the training and dissemination’s activities, in response to a growing demand. (...) Here I would like to reiterate Lebanon’s position that the Programme should be funded through the UN regular budget. Resolution 70/116 was, in this regard, a major step forward, with the General Assembly’s decision to provide an additional 1.8 million US Dollars in regular budget funding for the Programme. (...) We are, however, hopeful that this training will be organized again and eventually be held on a regular basis.
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Score: 844208.8 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...dfs/statements/poa/lebanon.pdf
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