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COOPERATION BETWEEN THE BASEL CONVENTION AND THE INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANIZATION: NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
By its decision VIII/9, the eighth meeting of the Conference of the Parties, “mindful of the need to reinforce the cooperation between the Basel Convention and the International Maritime Organization with regard to the latter’s regulations on prevention of pollution from ships”, requested Parties and invited the secretariat of the International Maritime Organization to provide information and views to the Secretariat of the Basel Convention on (a) the respective competencies of the Basel Convention and the International Maritime Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships 1973 as modified by the Protocol of 1978 related thereto (MARPOL 73/78) in respect of hazardous wastes and other wastes; (b) any gaps between those instruments; (c) any option for addressing those gaps. 2. (...) The Secretariat transmitted the information and views received and prepared a preliminary analysis of the respective scope of each Convention for consideration by the sixth session of the Open-ended Working Group2. 3.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 901103.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=UNEP/CHW.9/16&Lang=R
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND INTERNATIONAL SOLIDARITY, VIRGINIA DANDAN : ADDENDUM
International solidarity is evident in the actions collectively undertaken by States, that have a positive impact on the exercise and enjoyment of human rights by peoples and individuals within and outside of their respective territories, particularly in matters pertaining inter alia to bilateral and multilateral trade, investment, taxation, finance, environmental protection, and development cooperation. 4 OHCHR CESR. (2013) Who will be Accountable? (...) Preventive solidarity aims at overcoming the root causes of poverty, inequality and gender imbalances, implying that States fully respect and comply with their obligations under international law, pledged at the United Nations. 2. (...) The right to international solidarity in international cooperation, holds partner States accountable to each other and to their respective constituents at the national level, for the outcomes of policies, strategies and performance at the bilateral, regional and international level, which should reflect the best interests of their peoples.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 900307 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/26/34/ADD.1&Lang=R
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DISMANTLING OF SHIPS: JOINT WORKING GROUP OF THE INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANIZATION, THE INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANIZATION AND THE BASEL CONVENTION: NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
The Terms of Reference as proposed by the three Secretariats are as follows: The Joint WG should: .1 consider the respective work programmes of ILO, IMO and the Conference of Parties to the Basel Convention on the issue of ship scraping in order to avoid duplication of work and overlapping of responsibilities and competencies between the three Organizations, and identify further needs; .2 facilitate the exchange of views between the three Organizations in order to ensure a co-ordinated approach to all the relevant aspects of ship scrapping; .3 undertake a comprehensive initial examination of the: .1 Technical Guidelines for the Environmentally Sound Management of the Full and Partial Dismantling of Ships, adopted by the Sixth Meeting of the Conference of Parties to the Basel Convention; .2 IMO Guidelines on Ship Recycling, adopted by resolution A.962(23); and .3 Safety and Health in Shipbreaking: Guidelines for Asian countries and Turkey, developed by ILO, with a view to identifying any possible gap, overlap, or ambiguities; .4 consider mechanisms to jointly promote the implementation of the relevant Guidelines on Ship Scrapping; .5 monitor progress of any jointly organized technical cooperation activities; and .6 submit recommendations and any other relevant information on the above or other pertinent matters to bodies of IMO, ILO and the Basel Convention, as appropriate. (...) The host Organization would assume the role of Secretariat. 1 In view of the fact that the three agencies used breaking/dismantling/recycling in their respective documents, it was agreed for the purposes of this report to use the term “ship scrapping”. (...) These workshops/seminars should aim at raising awareness on the safety, health and environmental issues associated with ship scrapping and providing guidance on the implementation of the provisions of the respective Guidelines. Global programme 19. It was acknowledged that for some developing countries the implementation of the relevant guidelines on ship scrapping would necessitate massive investment, e.g. adequate waste reception facilities at the recycling yards, environmentally sound waste management systems and appropriate infrastructure.
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счет: 889893.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=UNEP/CHW/OEWG/3/9&Lang=R
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2007/06/08 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE KINGDOM OF CAMBODIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARIAT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
• Cambodia has constitution and vital laws for fostering the regime of multi-party- democracy, respect of human rights and rule of law. • Based on the stated achievements, many supreme national institutions have been established and operated under their respective mandates. For instance, Sovereign institution, the Senate, the Parliament, Constitutional Councils, Judiciary power, Government, and Local authorities of all levels have implemented their respective roles and responsibilities in conformity with the Constitution and laws in force. (...) • All parties have participated in their political works according to their respective programs in many locations and forums. The meeting can be either closed door or open.
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счет: 889893.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=A/HRC/5/G/3&Lang=R
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PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT :WRITTEN SUBMISSION BY THE HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDER OF ARMENIA : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The decision recommended the following: 1. to immediately carry out an investigation with regard to the violation of the rights of the person for the purpose of discussing the liability of the respective authorities; 2. to eliminate such violations of human rights of persons with mental health issues; 3. to prevent the hospitalization of a person with mental health issues without his/her consent or that of a legal representative; 4. to carry out a mandatory examination by a psychiatric commission; 5. to carry out proper supervision to ensure over the awareness of persons with mental health issues with regard to their rights, as well as over proper maintenance of medical documents; 6. to define procedures for the realization of the rights of persons with mental health issues at the legislative level; 7. to initiate a draft of amendments to the law, as well as declare void some decrees of the RA Minister of Healthcare which are in contradiction with the Constitution of Armenia and relevant international standards. (...) In the closing, we would like to express our readiness to continue working to enhance our already-established close partnership with the Special Rapporteur to the benefit of our respective institutions and to our shared endeavor and in the effort to ensure the protection and promotion of the right to health in Armenia.
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счет: 879972.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=A/HRC/38/NI/1&Lang=R
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GUIDANCE FOR OPERATIONALIZING THE MODALITIES, PROCEDURES AND GUIDELINES FOR THE ENHANCED TRANSPARENCY FRAMEWORK REFERRED TO IN ARTICLE 13 OF THE PARIS AGREEMENT
Where applicable, total GHG emissions and removals consistent with the coverage of the NDC (para. 77(b) of the MPGs) Contribution from the LULUCF sector for each year of the target period or target year, if not included in the inventory time series of total net GHG emissions and removals, as applicable (para. 77(c) of the MPGs) Each Party that participates in cooperative approaches that involve the use of ITMOs towards an NDC under Article 4 of the Paris Agreement, or authorizes the use of mitigation outcomes for international mitigation purposes other than achievement of the NDC, shall provide (para. 77(d) of the MPGs): If applicable, an indicative multi-year emissions trajectory, trajectories or budget for its NDC implementation period (para. 7(a)(i), annex to decision XX/CMA.3) If applicable, multi-year emissions trajectory, trajectories or budget for its NDC implementation period that is consistent with the NDC (para. 7(b), annex to decision XX/CMA.3) Annual anthropogenic emissions by sources and removals by sinks covered by its NDC or, where applicable, from the emission or sink categories as identified by the host Party pursuant to paragraph 9 of annex to decision XX/CMA.3 (para. 23(a), annex to decision XX/CMA.3) (as part of para. 77 (d)(i) information) F C C C /P A /C M A /2 0 2 1 /L .2 1 1 6 G E .2 1 -1 6 7 0 2 Unit, as applicable Reference point(s), level(s), baseline(s), base year(s) or starting point(s), as appropriate (paras. 67 and 77(a)(i) of the MPGs) Implementation period of the NDC covering information for previous reporting years, as applicable, and the most recent year, including the end year or end of period (paras. 68 and 77(a)(ii–iii) of the MPGs) Target levelb Target year or period Progress made towards the NDC, as determined by comparing the most recent information for each selected indicator, including for the end year or end of period, with the reference point(s), level(s), baseline(s), base year(s) or starting point(s) (paras. 69–70 of the MPGs) Year 1 Year 2 … … … End year Annual anthropogenic emissions by sources and removals by sinks covered by its NDC or, where applicable, from the portion of its NDC in accordance with paragraph 10, annex to decision XX/CMA.3 (para. 23(b), annex to decision XX/CMA.3) If applicable, annual level of the relevant non-GHG indicator that is being used by the Party to track progress towards the implementation and achievement of its NDC and was selected pursuant to paragraph 65, annex to decision 18/CMA.1 (para. 23(i), annex, decision XX/CMA.3) Annual quantity of ITMOs first transferred (para. 23(c), annex to decision XX/CMA.3) (para. 77(d)(ii) of the MPGs) Annual quantity of mitigation outcomes authorized for use for other international mitigation purposes and entities authorized to use such mitigation outcomes, as appropriate (para 23(d), annex to decision XX/CMA.3) (para. 77(d)(ii) of the MPGs) Annual quantity of ITMOs used towards achievement of the NDC (para. 23(e), annex to decision XX/CMA.3) (para. 77(d)(ii) of the MPGs) Net annual quantity of ITMOs resulting from paras. 23(c)-(e), annex to decision XX/CMA.3 (para. 23(f), annex to decision XX/CMA.3) If applicable, the cumulative amount of ITMOs, divided by the number of elapsed years in the NDC implementation period (para. 7(a)(ii), annex to decision XX/CMA.3) Total quantitative corresponding adjustments used to calculate the emissions balance referred to in para. 23(k)(i), annex to decision XX/CMA.3, in accordance with the Party’s method for applying corresponding adjustments consistent with section III.B, annex to decision XX/CMA.3 (Application of corresponding adjustments) (para. 23(g), annex to decision XX/CMA.3) The cumulative information in respect of the annual information in para. 23(f), annex to decision XX/CMA.3, as applicable (para. 23(h), annex to decision XX/CMA.3) F C C C /P A /C M A /2 0 2 1 /L .2 1 G E .2 1 -1 6 7 0 2 1 7 Unit, as applicable Reference point(s), level(s), baseline(s), base year(s) or starting point(s), as appropriate (paras. 67 and 77(a)(i) of the MPGs) Implementation period of the NDC covering information for previous reporting years, as applicable, and the most recent year, including the end year or end of period (paras. 68 and 77(a)(ii–iii) of the MPGs) Target levelb Target year or period Progress made towards the NDC, as determined by comparing the most recent information for each selected indicator, including for the end year or end of period, with the reference point(s), level(s), baseline(s), base year(s) or starting point(s) (paras. 69–70 of the MPGs) Year 1 Year 2 … … … End year For metrics in tonnes of CO2 eq. or non-GHG, an annual emissions balance consistent with chapter III.B (Application of corresponding adjustment), annex, decision XX/CMA.3 (para. 23(k)(i), annex to decision XX/CMA.3) (as part of para. 77 (d)(ii) of the MPGs) For metrics in non-GHG, for each non-GHG metric determined by participating Parties, annual adjustments resulting in an annual adjusted indicator, consistent with para. 10 of chapter III.B (Corresponding adjustments), annex to decision XX/CMA.3, and future guidance to be adopted by the CMA (para. 23(k)(ii), annex to decision XX/CMA.3) Any other information consistent with decisions adopted by the CMA on reporting under Article 6 (para. 77(d)(iii) of the MPGs) Assessment of the achievement of the Party’s NDC under Article 4 of the Paris Agreement (para. 70 of the MPGs): Restate the target of the Party’s NDC: Information for reference point(s), level(s), baseline(s), base year(s), or starting point(s): Final information for the indicator for the target year/period, including the application of the necessary corresponding adjustments consistent with chapter III, annex, decision XX/CMA.3 (Corresponding adjustments) and consistent with future decisions from the CMA (para. 23(l), annex to decision XX/CMA.3): Comparison: Achievement of NDC: {yes/no, explanation} {Note: None of the shaded text will be included in this table unless it is included in the relevant decisions by the CMA on Article 6 of the Paris Agreement adopted by Parties.}
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счет: 868503.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...S=FCCC/PA/CMA/2021/L.21&Lang=R
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REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES SERVING AS THE MEETING OF THE PARTIES TO THE PARIS AGREEMENT ON ITS THIRD SESSION, HELD IN GLASGOW FROM 31 OCTOBER TO 13 NOVEMBER 2021. ADDENDUM. PART TWO
j Each Party shall provide, to the extent possible, estimates of expected and achieved GHG emission reductions for its actions, policies and measures in the tabular format; those developing country Parties that need flexibility in the light of their capacities with respect to this provision are instead encouraged to report this information (para. 85 of the MPGs). (...) b Those developing country Parties that need flexibility in the light of their capacities with respect paras. 93–101 of the MPGs can instead report using a less detailed methodology or coverage (para. 102 of the MPGs). c Projections shall begin from the most recent year in the Party’s national report and extend at least 15 years beyond the next year ending in zero or five; those developing country Parties that need flexibility in the light of their capacities with respect to this provision have the flexibility to instead extend their projections at least to the end point of their NDC under Article 4 of the Paris Agreement (para. 95 of the MPGs).
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счет: 868503.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...CC/PA/CMA/2021/10/ADD.2&Lang=R
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LETTER DATED 14 APRIL 2016 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF CHINA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The principle of sovereignty and voluntary action — Reaffirming that every country has full sovereignty over its own economic development and its implementation of the 2030 Agenda, countries should be encouraged to formulate their domestic development strategies and take measures to implement the 2030 Agenda in accordance with their national conditions and respective characteristics. It is important that countries respect the choice of development path made by each other and that they draw upon the development experience of each other. (...) Addressing climate change — The international community should address climate change and build a global climate governance system that is fair, equitable and centred on win-win cooperation, in accordance with the principles of common but differentiated responsibilities, equity and respective capabilities. Countries should integrate the addressing of climate change into their national development strategies, attach equal importance to mitigation and adaptation, increase their capabilities to accommodate climate change and strengthen multilateral and bilateral dialogue and cooperation with respect to climate change. (...) National reviews should be conducted within national policy frameworks and maintain flexibility so that reviews of national implementation will be carried out in accordance with respective national conditions and the principle of voluntary action.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 862618.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/70/834&Lang=R
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MATTERS RELATING TO THE LEAST DEVELOPED COUNTRIES. PROPOSAL BY THE PRESIDENT
Members shall remain in office for the duration of their term, unless replaced by Parties in their respective groups or constituencies in accordance with paragraph 5 and 11. 9. (...) In case of any vacancy in the LEG owing to the resignation of a member or the non- completion of a member’s assigned term of office, including for the reasons indicated in paragraph 5 above, the LEG, through the secretariat, shall request the respective group or constituency to select another member from the same group or constituency for nomination. 11. (...) In establishing any subcommittees, thematic working groups or task-focused ad hoc working groups, the LEG shall determine an appropriate number of members and ensure that members have relevant expertise in the respective field of work. VII. Frequency, modalities and location of meetings 31.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 862618.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=FCCC/CP/2022/L.9&Lang=R
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REPORT OF THE THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE SITUATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE, JAMES ANAYA : ADDENDUM
Article 42 of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples states that the United Nations and its bodies, including the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, “shall promote respect for and full application of the provisions of [the] Declaration and follow up the effectiveness of [the] Declaration”. (...) Taking into account the specific terms of their respective mandates, each of the three mechanisms should avoid engaging in work that is the special focus of the mandates of the other mechanisms or that would more adequately be addressed by other bodies and agencies of the United Nations system, including the treaty bodies. (...) The sessions of the Permanent Forum and the Expert Mechanism should strive to focus the participation of Governments, indigenous representatives and other stakeholders on the specific issues and functions falling within their respective mandates. Thematic research 13. The Expert Mechanism has a specific mandate to carry out thematic research.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 859809.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/12/34/ADD.7&Lang=R
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