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It presents new estimates on effective social protection coverage for a comprehensive monitoring of social protection systems, including floors, thereby pro- viding the 2015 baseline for the SDG indicator 1.3.1. (...) In particular, countries have a responsibility to guar- antee at least a basic level of social security – a social protection floor – for all, as part of their social pro- tection systems. (...) These schemes contribute to smooth incomes and ag- gregate demand, enhance human capital, and promote decent and productive employment.
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Score: 934380.4 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_605078.pdf
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It presents new estimates on effective social protection coverage for a comprehensive monitoring of social protection systems, including floors, thereby pro- viding the 2015 baseline for the SDG indicator 1.3.1. (...) In particular, countries have a responsibility to guar- antee at least a basic level of social security – a social protection floor – for all, as part of their social pro- tection systems. (...) These schemes contribute to smooth incomes and ag- gregate demand, enhance human capital, and promote decent and productive employment.
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Score: 934380.4 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...ts/publication/wcms_605078.pdf
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Ten guiding principles for social security pensions International Labour Office The ILO Global Campaign to extend Social Security to all Responding with social security to the crisis Responses: – social security has benn widely used as a means to combat the social and economic consequences of the crisis through prevention of poverty individual consumption smoothing and stabilisation of aggregate demand – acceptance of stabilisation function of social transfers led to extending benefits. – But there are first signs of “consolidation measures“ ... (...) International Labour Office The ILO Global Campaign to extend Social Security to all Pension systems reformed over last decades have to be reviewed, fixed and strengthened Fix existing contributory pension schemes Introduce/strengthen minimum non-contributory guarantees - a social protection floor Combine the two into a rational long-term strategy International Labour Office The ILO Global Campaign to extend Social Security to all Fixing existing schemes Stop undermining trust in public DB schemes by pretending that DC schemes are immune to ageing Enforce efficiency: decrease administrative cost levels Stop wasting public money on providing tax breaks for voluntary private third tier pension schemes Intelligent pension age rules need to be used as stabilisers Improve the unemployment schemes to prevent pensions being used as a substitute Intelligent funding levels in DB pension schemes need to be developed to optimise the economic role of pension schemes Reduce dependency of benefit levels in pension schemes on volatile market performance through: – Shifting the balance in the systems back to DB schemes – Develop DB guarantees for DC schemes – Turn mandatory DC schemes into NDC schemes or guarantee rates of return otherwise International Labour Office The ILO Global Campaign to extend Social Security to all Putting a solid social protection floor in place Basic non-contributory pensions for everybody Non-contributory interventions into the contributory schemes: – Compensating lost-benefit entitlements or refunding contributions for periods of involuntary absence from the labour market – Subsidising contributions of those with lower incomes International Labour Office The ILO Global Campaign to extend Social Security to all Ten guiding principles (1) 1) Universal coverage: Everybody has a right to affordable retirement through pension systems that provide all residents with at least a minimum level of income protection in old age.
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Score: 933164.8 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...vents/files/bertranou_-oit.pdf
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DRAFT SUPPLEMENT 2 TO THE 01 SERIES OF AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 52, SMALL CAPACITY PUBLIC SERVICE VEHICLES
The maximum slope of the floor in the access passage shall not exceed 5 per cent when the unladen vehicle is standing on a smooth and horizontal surface in its normal condition of travel (in particular: any kneeling device shall not be engaged).” (...) However, the vertical distance between the gangway surface and the floor of the seating area shall not exceed 35 cm.” (...) Paragraph 5.9.2.3. , amend to read: "...... the floor at that position. Exception may be given in the middle of large platforms, but the sum of these exceptions shall not exceed 20 per cent of the total standing area."
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Score: 932782.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=TRANS/WP.29/725&Lang=E
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SECURITY COUNCIL, 66TH YEAR : 6545TH MEETING, MONDAY, 6 JUNE 2011, NEW YORK
The President (spoke in French): I thank Judge Rachid Khan for her briefing. I now give the floor to Mr. Serge Brammertz, Prosecutor of the International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. (...) Accordingly, we have focused on and will continue to attend to ensuring a smooth transition to and the effective commencement of our branch of the Mechanism. (...) Despite the current challenges and those expected in the process of winding down, we remain committed to an efficient, effective and timely closure of the Tribunal and are confident that that can be achieved, as well as a smooth and timely transfer of residual functions to the International Residual Mechanism.
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Score: 932738.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=S/PV.6545&Lang=E
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SECURITY COUNCIL, 66TH YEAR :6664TH MEETING, TUESDAY, 22 NOVEMBER 2011, NEW YORK
Based on those assumptions, and counting on continued stability, I am optimistic that conditions will allow for a smooth departure of UNMIT by 31 December 2012. (...) On 6 October, President José Ramos-Horta hosted a ceremony to mark the transfer of command to newly promoted Major General Lere Anan Timur, Major General Ruak’s long-term deputy. That smooth transfer of command is a promising sign for F-FDTL’s continued institutional stability. (...) The President: I now give the floor to the members of the Security Council.
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Score: 932738.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...f/get?open&DS=S/PV.6664&Lang=E
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FINAL RECORD OF THE 1188TH PLENARY MEETING, HELD AT THE PALAIS DES NATIONS, GENEVA, ON TUESDAY, 6 JULY 2010 : CONFERENCE ON DISARMAMENT
Welcome, and I now give you the floor. Ms. Arango Olmos (Colombia) (spoke in Spanish): Thank you, Mr. (...) Sergei Ordzhonikidze, and to the secretariat of the Conference for their relentless efforts and their success in ensuring the smooth progression of our work. It would be remiss of me if I did not praise civil society. (...) Also, as the President has pointed out, in the light of the connections and contacts between the Conference and the Chemical Weapons Convention, we hope that he will be able to continue to contribute to the advancement of the work of the Conference even after he is in The Hague. We wish him a smooth transition. I would also like to take this opportunity to welcome the distinguished new Ambassador of Colombia who is taking up her duties here in Geneva at this important time.
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Score: 932678.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=CD/PV.1188&Lang=E
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FINAL RECORD OF THE 1168TH PLENARY MEETING, HELD AT THE PALAIS DES NATIONS, GENEVA, ON TUESDAY, 11 FEBRUARY 2010 : CONFERENCE ON DISARMAMENT
Are there any other delegations that would like to take the floor before we move to informal consultations? (...) As the first President this year, I said in my opening remarks that our objective was to give a smooth and steady start to the work of the Conference. (...) I see that the representative of Algeria would like to take the floor. Ambassador Jazaïry, you have the floor.
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Score: 931585.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=CD/PV.1168&Lang=E
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DAILY JOURNAL - WEDNESDAY, 21 OCTOBER 2015
Marianna Bolshakova, Legal Officers, Office 407 (Fourth Floor). Telephone: +905340303107 or +90905340303111. (...) STATEMENTS OF DELEGATIONS By its latest legislation, namely General Assembly resolution 69/250 on the Pattern of Conferences, the General Assembly reiterates its request to ensure the provision of high-quality conference services to member States and other participants in official United Nations meetings. To ensure the smooth running of the meetings, participants need to maintain a normal speed whenever delivering speeches or making statements, so that the required high-quality simultaneous interpretation services can be delivered to the entire satisfaction of all concerned. (...) Ezio Seghetti Phone: +905340303401 CSO Liaison ERPA offices Second floor Mr. Marcos Montoiro Office 205 Phone: +905340303015 E-mail: mmontoiro@unccd.int IT Help Desk Third floor Office 318 Phone: +905340303310 Internet café Mezzanine above the lobby Press working area Second floor straight down from the elevators Ms.
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Score: 931585.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=ICCD/COP(12)/OD/8&Lang=E
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IMPLEMENTATION, EFFECTIVENESS AND ADDED VALUE OF SMOOTH TRANSITION MEASURES AND GRADUATION SUPPORT :REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The United Nations system at the country, regional and global levels and cooperation between trade and development partners have a critical role to play in supporting sustainable graduation and smooth transition. In response to graduating countries’ demands, a smooth transition strategy guidance note has been prepared by the Committee for Development Policy secretariat of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs to help graduating countries prepare their national smooth-transition strategies. 12. (...) A/76/271 9/19 21-10798 V. Smooth transition measures 28. The importance of extending international support to graduating least developing countries for a smooth transition out of the category is well recognized by the international community. (...) In formulating their smooth transition strategies, graduating countries should consider the extent to which they are utilizing and benefiting from support measures specific to least developed countries, as these will be lost either upon graduation or, if a smooth transition measure applies, three or five years after graduation.
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Score: 931569.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/76/271&Lang=E
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