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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: 838680.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...05/Mexico_Panel-discussion.pdf
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011E.PDF R:\REFTXT98\ITU-D\SG-D\SG02\000\011.DOC 04.08.98 04.02.99 (72455) Question 15/2: Human resource management and development to successfully meet the challenges of sector reform and transformation, with special emphasis to employment including consideration of gender issues STUDY GROUP 2 SOURCE: INTERNATIONAL AMATEUR RADIO UNION TITLE: PROPOSED NEW RECOMMENDATION: AMATEUR SERVICES PARTICIPATION IN REGIONAL HUMAN RESOURCES TRAINING ________ The ITU Development Sector, considering, a) that training within a Region is an efficient method of transferring telecommunications technical and managerial knowledge; b) that training is conducted both in regional training centres and in locations hosted by administrations and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs); c) that the International Amateur Radio Union (IARU) has conducted the Administration of Amateur Radio Course (ARAC) several times per year in different Regions; d) that the ARAC was jointly sponsored by IARU and the ITU until 1989 with scholarships provided by the ITU for students from developing countries; e) that costs of instructors and training materials have been borne by the IARU; f) that there has been no regular liaison between regional training centres and the IARU Regional Organisations, recommends 1 that ITU and IARU joint sponsorship of ARAC be restored with the goal of providing training opportunities to students from developing countries. (See Annex 1 for budgetary estimate); 2 that regular liaison be established between regional training centres and IARU Regional Organisations. (...) Total class size of 10, with 5 students from the country in which the training is conducted. 2. Two courses per year. - 3 - ITU-D/2/011 R:\REFTXT98\ITU-D\SG-D\SG02\000\011.DOC 04.08.98 04.02.99 (72455) ANNEX 2 IARU Training Contacts (Regions correspond to the ITU Radio Regions as defined in the International Radio Regulations, Article S5) Region 1 R.
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Score: 837964.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/stud...002/SG2/Documents/1998/011.pdf
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The net transfer of costs from the Regular Programme to the AOSC Fund was therefore increased by US$ 144 000 in 2006. (...) An estimate was made of the Regular Programme Budget activities funded by AOSC resources and Technical Co-operation activities funded by the Regular Programme Budget. (...) Noting that the costs identified in paragraph 3.1 above had historically been borne by the Regular Programme, the net transfer of costs from the Regular Programme to the AOSC fund was increased by US$ 144 000 in 2006.
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Score: 837372.8 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...%2036th%20Session/wp042_en.pdf
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Regional project: A number of locally translated SYB versions have been produced and SYB courses are still organised on a regular basis in 6 out of 9 countries (Fiji, Kiribati, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tuvalu, Vanuatu). (...) Fiji project: The project left a pool of trainers working mostly in different ministries who are still conducting SYB and IYB courses on a regular basis for their target groups. These include the Ministry of Fijian Affairs (assisting ethnic Fijians to start businesses); Ministry of Women’s Affairs (develop income generating activities for women groups); Ministry of Youth Affairs (assisting youth to become self-employed through the Youth Options Centre); NGOs and training institutions. Among the latter are the University of the South Pacific through its extension centres, and the Fiji Institute of Technology, a major vocational training institute. The project has thus achieved a certain level of sustainability, and jobs are being created as a result of the regular courses provided through the different agencies.
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Score: 835964.8 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd...success_stories/csd7/sids2.htm
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General Statement United States of America Dear distinguished Co-chairs of the Regular Process and distinguished representatives to this Regular Process Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue and Capacity-Building Partnership Event. (...) Department of State allocates resources to establish international networks of scientists, including the training of new scientists, to observe ocean acidification, including development of standardized protocols for ocean acidification data collection and sharing. (...) The United States looks forward to engaging with our colleagues here at the Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue to enhance the Regular Process and the development of the Second World Ocean Assessment.
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Score: 835949.9 - https://www.un.org/regularproc...s/united_states_of_america.pdf
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Malaysia appreciates the international law training opportunities provided under the Programme of Assistance. (...) In addition, the Audiovisual Library (AVL), which provides access to a wealth of international law related materials via the Internet to countless users in both the developed and developing world, is also in danger of being discontinued if regular funding is not provided. 6. We recall that the General Assembly in Resolution 67/91 had requested for the UN Secretary General to allocate funding to the Programme in the regular budget to ensure its continued effectiveness and further development. In this regard, we believe that activities of the Programme in the 2014 - 2015 biennium should be supported by funding from the UN regular budget as mandated by the General Assembly.
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Score: 835566.4 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...fs/statements/poa/malaysia.pdf
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Poor quality education in regular classrooms in the name of `inclusive education` can be most damaging. 4. (...) Our submission here is that initial general teacher-training fails to prepare regular/special teachers to address specific educational issues of children with disabilities. 11. (...) Also, mere placement in a regular classroom is no inclusion. There must be systematic and adequate provision of support measures, such as, especially trained resource teachers who could provide training in ECC skills, adequate number of textbooks and other reading material in accessible formats, easily accessible and maintainable teaching devices, disabled-friendly physical environment and an attitude of willing and genuine acceptance of the child with disability to enable him/her realize the right to education in the real sense.
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Score: 833767.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...d-Draft_GCArt24-14.01.2016.doc
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si=A/HRC/RES/34/40 As of 17 November 2021 Proposed themes/topics for Group discussions Page 2 of 5 Delegates’ Programme (HRC regular sessions)  Assessment of the E-learning tool developed by the LDCs/SIDS Trust Fund:  Is it useful? (...)   Assessment of the support /assistance provided by the TF:  Prior the HRC session (briefings with the Regional Groups; IGOs, Induction)  During the HRC session (HRC Help Desk for small states)  After the HRC session (regular updates sent by the TF)  What could the TF do to support LDCs/SIDS to further participate in Intersessional activities? (...)  Ideas on the participation and topics to be discussed during the regional workshops  Training at National level  Should the TF be tasked to organize trainings on the HRC at national level ?
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Score: 833235.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...hemes-topics-Asia-workshop.pdf
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Furthermore, it provides an overview of activities undertaken since the Seventeenth Regular Session. II. PROCESS TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE STATE OF THE WORLD’S AQUATIC GENETIC RESOURCE FOR FOOD AND AGRICULTURE 4. (...) In addition, at its Fourteenth Regular Session, the Commission agreed on the structure of the Report.4 5. (...) The Commission’s Seventeenth Regular Session took note of the proofing version of the Report and requested FAO to finalize, launch and widely distribute the report and its in-brief version in 2019.10 III.
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Score: 832267.2 - https://www.fao.org/3/nf875en/nf875en.pdf
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Microsoft Word - Official meetings_ 1 Sep 2017-31 Aug 2018_7 updated by Epy 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 (V.Jares, A.Hicuburundi, M.Ameri) 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 (F.Bailet, V.Onwuasoanya) 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 (F.Bailet, V.Onwuasoanya) 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 (F.Bailet, V.Onwuasoanya) 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 (V.Onwuasoanya) 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 (V.Onwuasoanya, M.Shewchuk) 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 (V. (...) (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 (M.Boccia) Valletta, Malta 27-28 August 2018 3 II.
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Score: 828260.8 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/g...sembly/DOALOS_Meetings2018.pdf
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