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Mihailo Jovanović, PhD, Director of the Office for IT and eAdmimnistration, Zoran Đorđević, Minister of Labour, Employment, Veterans and Social Issues, and Francine Pickup, Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Serbia, visited the Faculty of Organisational Sciences and the Research & Development Centre, and together with the Faculty Dean Milija Suknović, PhD, they met up with the attendees of the vocational retraining programme. (...) This cycle of the programme is intended for persons with disabilities residing on the territory of the City of Belgrade who are motivated to develop the knowledge and skills required for getting employment in the IT sector, regardless of their age, education or previous work experience”, Jovanović stated. (...) That is why, through this programme, we are striving to help them increase their chances of getting employed and becoming a part of the fast-growing IT sector, which has very good perspectives”, stated Francine Pickup, Resident Representative of UNDP in Serbia. “For years now, the FOS has been proving that it is an institution with first-class capacities and expertise when it comes to improving the capacity of the state administration, and it is a leading institution in the domain of training and education courses that are different from classical teaching courses delivered to students.
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Score: 1038307.6 - https://www.undp.org/serbia/ne...ccessible-persons-disabilities
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Objective of the panel This panel discussion is intended to contribute to the reflection on the 2012 review of UN system operational activities by the General Assembly and to generate new ideas, new 4 proposals and new perspectives to deepen UN reform and address challenges for the next generation of UN system operational activities for development. Suggested Questions The following questions are intended to guide panelists in preparing their brief interventions:  Do countries feel that they truly own and lead the programmes of the UN system? (...) Thomas Gass, Ambassador of Switzerland to Nepal, facilitator of the 2007 TCPR  Susan McDade, UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative, Uruguay
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Score: 1038307.6 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/j...a_qcpr_panel-concep%20note.pdf
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Project objectives The UNDP-GEF Sound Chemicals Management Mainstreaming and UPOPs Reduction in Kenya project intends to protect human health and the environment by managing the risks posed by production, use, import and export of chemicals and reducing/preventing the release of UPOPs (Unintended Persistent Organic Pollutants) and toxic compounds originating from the unsafe management of waste in two key sectors: Health Care Waste and Municipal Waste. (...) On the municipal waste side, the project intends to reinforce the 3R (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) economy on two specific waste streams, by enhancing their upstream collection, ensuring the quality of recovered material, and securing access to national market by promoting cooperation with domestic industries. (...) Worth noting is that the world is still... Read more Speeches Resident Representative remaks at the BES-Net First Kenya National Trialogue Pollinator species, including bees, butterflies, bats and hummingbirds, are increasingly under threat from anthropogenic activities, we must make a concerted effo...
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Score: 1038307.6 - https://www.undp.org/kenya/pro...ming-and-upops-reduction-kenya
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Treaty negotiators in developing countries, especially those with limited experience, are therefore encouraged to use this Manua l in preparing for tax treaty negotiations, in the light of their country’s policy framework and the intended outcomes they wish to achieve. Section I of the Manua l introduces the main principles which underlie double tax treaties, including the concepts of residence and source. (...) This section is not intended to replace the Commentaries thereon, which remain the final authority on issues of interpretation, but rather to provide a simple tool for familiarizing less experienced negotiators with the provisions of each Article. (...) Chapter V (Methods for the elimination of double taxation) illustrates the operation of Article 23, which requires the country of residence of the taxpayer to provide relief from double taxation by one of two methods, that is to say, either the exemption method or the credit method.
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Score: 1038307.6 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/publications/manual-btt.html
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UNICEF Home UNICEF stories from Syria Reaching one-fifth of AlHol camp residents with safe drinking water. 09 November 2021 Some 58,000 people continue to take shelter in Alhol remote displacement camp, northeast Syria. (...) UNICEF continues to support them with the daily trucking of safe drinking water, reaching about one-fifth of the camp residents with thanks to a generous support from the European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO) , the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) and Denmark. (...) UNICEF/Syria/2021/Delil Souleiman A UNICEF-installed reverse osmosis water station desalinates the water in Alhol camp, northeast Syria, to provide potable water for camp residents with a capacity of 20m3 per hour. The reverse osmosis station was first established by UNICEF in Alhol in June this year.
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Score: 1037701.2 - https://www.unicef.org/syria/s...-residents-safe-drinking-water
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Mr Yahya will be UNDP’s first Resident Representative following the UN reforms that resulted in the separation of UNDP’s activities from the Resident Coordination system. (...) Among the changes is the separation of the functions of the Resident Representative from that of the United Nations Resident Coordinator in the country. (...) Prior to his appoint as Resident Representative to Nigeria, Mr Yahya served in different capacities within UNDP.
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Score: 1037664.7 - https://www.undp.org/nigeria/p...esident-representative-nigeria
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  > How to participate   WTO introduction days WTO introduction days are usually held three times a year in Geneva and are intended for newly arrived delegates in Geneva, non-governmental organizations, new WTO staff members, interns working in the Secretariat and interested officials from other international organizations (...)   > How to participate   Other forms of Geneva-based support A variety of different products are provided directly in Geneva: the “ Geneva Week ” for non-residents Member representatives, the newsletter for non-residents; ad hoc assistance; briefing sessions through video-conferencing; servicing regional groups; advisory role on legal issues.
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Score: 1036557.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...in_e/support_tech_assist_e.htm
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X then returns to State A. – Example 2: Company X, a resident of State A, is contemplating the sale of shares of companies that are also residents of State A. (...) Depending on the facts of a particular case, it might be possible to argue that a change of residence that is primarily intended to access treaty benefits constitutes an abuse of a tax treaty. (...) Granting treaty benefits in these circumstances would be detrimental to the State of source since the benefits of the treaty would then be extended to persons who were not intended to obtain such benefits. A treaty shopping arrangement may take the form of a “direct conduit” or that of a “stepping stone conduit”, as illustrated below.4 Company X, resident of State A, receives dividends, interest or royalties from company Y resident of State B.
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Score: 1036554.1 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...4/10/7STM_CRP11_Add5_Annex.pdf
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Dual residence and transfer of residence 41. There have been cases where taxpayers have changed their tax residence primarily for the purposes of getting tax treaty benefits. (...) Depending on the facts of a particular case, it might be possible to argue that a change of residence that is primarily intended to access treaty benefits constitutes an abuse of a tax treaty. (...) Company X, resident of State A, receives dividends, interest or royalties from company Y resident of State B.
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Score: 1035237.1 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...ta-unmodel-RevisionToArt13.pdf
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Dual residence and transfer of residence 41. There have been cases where taxpayers have changed their tax residence primarily for the purposes of getting tax treaty benefits. (...) Depending on the facts of a particular case, it might be possible to argue that a change of residence that is primarily intended to access treaty benefits constitutes an abuse of a tax treaty. (...) Company X, resident of State A, receives dividends, interest or royalties from company Y resident of State B.
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Score: 1035237.1 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...014/10/4STM_EC18_2008_CRP2.pdf
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