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CONTRIBUTION OF THE UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION : DURBAN REVIEW CONFERENCE, PREPARATORY COMMITTEE, 3RD SUBSTANTIVE SESSION
The revitalization of UNESCO’s action is also in response to the need for openness, tolerance and mutual understanding of the dialogue among civilizations and of intercultural exchanges in a world which is more interdependent than ever before. UNESCO’S PAST STRATEGIES AND ACTION 5. Before presenting the major thrusts of UNESCO’s new integrated strategy, a brief review of UNESCO’s past efforts is in order. (...) The strategy is in harmony with the Organization’s strategic objectives. (...) Main lines of action of the strategy 10. Unlike in the early decades of its existence when UNESCO was quickly able to define its role in the combat against racism and discrimination and to become an essential partner, the field today is occupied by a multitude of social actors using all kinds of approaches and action strategies.
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LETTER DATED 3 APRIL 2019 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF CHINA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The member states, committed to the goals and tasks enshrined in the SCO Charter, based on the SCO Development Strategy until 2025, will consistently develop cooperation in the fields of politics, security, trade and economy, including in financial, investment, transport, energy, agricultural and other spheres, and also humanitarian connections, promote to construct international relations of a new type, which embody mutual respect, fairness, equality, mutually beneficial cooperation, and also form the common vision of establishing a human community of shared destiny. (...) In this regard, the member states noted to adopt the SCO Anti-Drug Strategy for 2018-2023 during the summit and the Program on its Implementation, and also the SCO Concept on Preventing the Abuse of Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances. (...) The member states noted the broad prospects to coordinate international, regional and national projects and development strategies, which promote the cooperation for the interests of sustainable economic development based on principles of respect, equality and mutual benefit, increase of investment volumes, expansion of transport networks, establishment of energy cooperation, development of agriculture, introduction of innovations and provision of employment in the SCO space.
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GE.06-65911 19 Dec
“Anti-Corruption Strategy and Measures for Implementation Thereof” Project approved by the Government Decree of Republic of Armenia,№1522-P, dated 06.11.2003; 4. (...) NGOs participated actively in development and discussion of “Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper” and currently are involved in implementation process. (...) Implementation of the strategy was discussed during the Ministerial Congress, held in Tbilisi, in October 2004.
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REPORT ON THE WORK OF THE STANDING COMMITTEE :EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE HIGH COMMISSIONER'S PROGRAMME, 60TH SESSION
A /A C .96/1075 G E.09-02009 5 Annex I Standing Committee Work Programme calendar for 2009 (English and French only) 44th Meeting 3-5 March 2009 45th Meeting 23-25 June 2009 46th Meeting 15-16 September 2009 Programme Budgets and Funding • Programme budgets and funding in 2008 and projections for 2009 • Update on programme budgets and funding for 2008 and 2009 • Global Report (2008) • Update on programme budgets and funding for 2009 • Biennial Programme Budget for 2010/2011 • Report of the ACABQ on the draft budget for 2010/2011 • Report on UNHCR’s resource mobilization strategy, including private sector fundraising strategy International protection • Note on International Protection • Report on Statelessness • Update on the implementation of the Agenda for Protection Regional activities and Global Programmes • Strategic presentations on Africa, the Americas, Asia and the Pacific, Europe and the Middle East and North Africa, as well as on global programmes and partnerships • Supply Chain Management • Staff safety and security issues, including refugee security • Global Needs Assessment ( GNA) Programme/protection policy • Oral update on the implementation of the policy framework and strategy in support of the return and reintegration of displaced • Refugee women • Environmental issues A /A C .96/1075 6 G E.09-02009 44th Meeting 3-5 March 2009 45th Meeting 23-25 June 2009 46th Meeting 15-16 September 2009 populations • Oral update on the implementation of the global workplan for IDP operations and progress on mainstreaming • Oral update on the High Commissioner’s 2008 Dialogue on protracted refugee situations Management, financial control, administrative oversight and human resources • Update on the structural and management change process • Follow-up to the recommendations of the Board of Auditors on the accounts for 2007 and previous years • Oral update on the work of the Inspector General’s Office • Oral update on the structural and management change process • Update on International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS) and progress report on funding end-of-service and post- retirement benefits • Oral update on the structural and management change process • Voluntary Funds administered by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (Accounts for the year 2008) • Report of the Board of Auditors to the General Assembly on the Accounts of the Voluntary Funds administered by UNHCR for the period ended December 2008 • Measures taken or proposed in response to recommendations in the Report of the Board of Auditors for 2008 and update on measures taken on recommendations in previous years • Summary report on main risk areas raised in the report of the Board of Auditors on the accounts for 2008 A /A C .96/1075 G E.09-02009 7 44th Meeting 3-5 March 2009 45th Meeting 23-25 June 2009 46th Meeting 15-16 September 2009 • Internal audit • Proposal for a revision of the Financial Rules • Report on the Ethics Office • Update on UNHCR’s gender policy Coordination • Elements for UNHCR’s oral update to ECOSOC • Update on strategic partnerships Governance • Adoption of work programme for 2009 • Suggestions on issues for the High Commissioner’s opening speech at the 60th session of the Executive Committee • Elements of the High Commissioner’s opening speech at the 60th session of the Executive Committee 60th Session of the Executive Committee of the High Commissioner’s Programme: 28 September - 2 October 2009 A/AC.96/1075 8 GE.09-02009 Annex II Standing Committee Documentation Issued During 2009 44th Meeting (3-5 March 2009) EC/60/SC/CRP.1/Rev.1 Provisional Annotated Agenda EC/60/SC/CRP.2 Standing Committee Work Programme for 2009 EC/60/SC/CRP.3 Update on UNHCR’s Structural and Management Change Process EC/60/SC/CRP.4 Follow-up to the recommendations of the Board of Auditors on the accounts for 2007 and previous years EC/60/SC/CRP.5 Supply Chain Management EC/60/SC/CRP.6 Programme budgets and funding in 2008 and projections for 2009 A/AC.96/1075 GE.09-02009 9 45th Meeting (23-25 June 2009) EC/60/SC/CRP.7 Draft report of the forty-fourth meeting of the Standing Committee EC/60/SC/CRP.8/Rev.1 Provisional annotated agenda EC/60/SC/CRP.9 Note on International Protection EC/60/SC/CRP.10 Progress report on statelessness 2009 EC/60/SC/CRP.11 Report on international protection of women and girls in displacement EC/60/SC/CRP.12 Environmental issues EC/60/SC/CRP.13 Staff safety and security issues, including refugee security EC/60/SC/CRP.14 Global Needs Assessment EC/60/SC/CRP.15 Update on the introduction of International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS) EC/60/SC/CRP.16 Progress report on funding end-of-service and post- retirement benefits EC/60/SC/CRP.17 Update on programme budgets and funding for 2008 and 2009 EC/60/SC/INF.1 Update on implementation of the Agenda for Protection A/AC.96/1075 10 GE.09-02009 46th Meeting (15-16 September 2009) EC/60/SC/CRP.18 Draft report of the forty-fifth meeting of the Standing Committee EC/60/SC/CRP.19/Rev.2 Provisional annotated agenda EC/60/SC/CRP.20 Summary report on main risk areas raised in the report of the Board of Auditors on the accounts for 2008 EC/60/SC/CRP.21 and Corr.1 Report on the Ethics Office EC/60/SC/CRP.22 Update on the policy on achieving gender equity in UNHCR staffing EC/60/SC/CRP.23 Update on programme budgets and funding for 2009 EC/60/SC/CRP.24 Proposal for a revision of the Financial Rules EC/60/SC/CRP.24/Add.1 Revision to UNHCR Financial Rules: Reasons for proposed changes EC/60/SC/CRP.25 Report on UNHCR’s resource mobilization strategy, including private sector fund raising strategy EC/60/SC/CRP.26 Update on coordination: strategic partnerships EC/60/SC/CRP.27 UNHCR’s Biennial Programme Budget for 2010-2011 EC/60/SC/CRP.28 Report of the Board of Auditors to the General Assembly on the Accounts of the Voluntary Funds administered by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees for the year ended 31 December 2008 and its Annex EC/60/SC/CRP.29 Measures taken or proposed in response to the recommendations in the report of the Board of Auditors for the year ended 31 December 2008 EC/60/SC/INF. 2 Global Strategic Priorities
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INFORMATION REGARDING MEASURES CONSISTENT WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THE CONVENTION : INTERGOVERNMENTAL NEGOTIATING COMMITTEE FOR A FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Australia: National Greenhouse Response Strategy, December 1992 (Estrategia nacional de respuesta al efecto invernadero, diciembre de 1992) AGPS Press GPO Box 84, Canberra ACT 2601, Australia 5. República Checa: Risks of Climate Change and Strategy for their Reduction, 1993 (Peligros del cambio climático y estrategia para su reducción, 1993) Air Protection Department Kodanska 10 100 10 Praga 10, República Checa 6. (...) Irlanda: Climate Change. CO2 Abatement Strategy, June 1993 (Cambio climático. Estrategia de reducción del CO2, junio de 1993) The Government Publications Sale Office Sun Alliance House Molesworth Street Dublín 2, Irlanda 8.
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LIST OF BUSINESS ENTITIES/ORGANIZATIONS RECOMMENDED BY THE BUREAU OF THE PREPARATORY COMMITTEE FOR ACCREDITATION IN THE SUBSTANTIVE PREPARATORY PROCESS AND THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON FINANCING FOR DEVELOPMENT : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
La empresa dispone del mayor presupuesto privado del mundo para investiga- ciones en la esfera del agua y proporciona soluciones encaminadas a mejorar la calidad del agua y la eficacia de los sistemas de abastecimiento de agua. 6. Renaissance Strategy Sandrine Tesner Presidenta Renaissance Strategy 150 East 85th Street Suite 8B Nueva York, NY 10028 Estados Unidos de América Tel.: (212) 879-9550 Correo electrónico: stesner@renaissancestrategy.com Renaissance Strategy es una firma consultora so- bre la mundialización que promueve el establecimiento de asociaciones entre el sector privado, las organiza- ciones no gubernamentales y las organizaciones inter- nacionales, con el objeto de incorporar a la comunidad empresarial en la producción de bienes públicos.
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NEW ZEALAND: PERIODIC REPORT
GE.19-17580 (S) 230120 270120  Comité sobre los Derechos de las Personas con Discapacidad Informes periódicos segundo y tercero combinados que Nueva
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IMPROVING THE EFFICIENCY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF THE COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY : INTERIM REPORT OF THE GROUP OF EXPERTS : NOTE : ADDENDUM / BY THE SECRETARIAT
This should be kept in mind and an appropriate strategy developed. • Some topics may be integrated if possible (...) ICCD/COP(7)/CST/3/Add.2 página 13 Appendix I Consideration of a strategy to improve communication and information Working Group members: Mr. (...) A two-way communication strategy must be developed to implement demand-driven assessments
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON THE EFFECTS OF FOREIGN DEBT AND OTHER RELATED INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS OF STATES ON THE FULL ENJOYMENT OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, PARTICULARLY ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, CEPHAS LUMINA : ADDENDUM
Australia is signatory to the 2005 Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness: Ownership, Harmonisation, Alignment, Results and Mutual Accountability, and the 2008 Accra Agenda for Action, under which it has committed to use partner country systems to deliver aid, base its support on partner countries’ national development strategies, reduce aid fragmentation, increase transparency, share responsibility and accountability with country partners for development results, and increase predictability of aid flows by supporting budget planning of partner governments.4 1. (...) The AusAID Annual Review of Development Effectiveness 2009 has underlined the absence of a strong policy dialogue between Australia and its development partners and Australia’s struggle to agree with partner countries on how best to support their strategic priorities and use the available resources as a key limitation to the effectiveness of its aid programme.20 The review also noted the lack of a whole-of-government strategy and performance assessment framework for Australia’s engagement at the country level, which hinders Australia’s agreement with partner countries on development objectives and the best ways to achieve them.21 In addition, the support for monitoring and evaluation procedures of partner countries has been insignificant. In this regard, AusAID reported that the 2010 Country Strategy Development policy places a stronger emphasis on the role of policy dialogue in achieving shared development outcomes with partner countries.
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IMPLEMENTATION OF EXISTING HUMAN RIGHTS NORMS AND STANDARDS IN THE CONTEXT OF THE FIGHT AGAINST EXTREME POVERTY : PRELIMINARY WORKING PAPER / SUBMITTED BY JOSE BENGOA, COORDINATOR OF THE AD HOC GROUP OF EXPERTS, SUBMITTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH SUB-COMMISSION RESOLUTION 2002/13
While the documents directed at poverty reduction are not legal instruments, their design, implementation, monitoring and review ought to be consistent with, and informed by, the State’s national and international human rights commitments for two reasons: (i) this will enhance the strategy’s effectiveness; (ii) otherwise some features of the strategy may be unlawful. 2. (...) As States have primary responsibility for fulfilling the human rights of the people living in their respective jurisdiction, it follows that any poverty reduction strategy must be a country-driven process. Country ownership should thus be an essential attribute of the design and implementation of any poverty reduction policies and strategies. 7. However, country ownership should not be interpreted narrowly. The strategy has to be owned by all relevant stakeholders within the country, including the poor.
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