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Strategy for achieving meaningful progress through annual meetings of BWC States Parties, 2003-2005: Prepared by the United States of America 04-Jul-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP. 1 Proposals on the Draft Questionnaire on National Legislation Ensuring Compliance with the Convention on the Prohibition of Biological and Toxin Weapons: Prepared by the Russian Federation 14-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/INF.1 List of States Parties to the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and on Their Destruction 18-Sep-03 “BWC/MSP.2003/MX/4 (Parts I and II)” Report of the Meeting of Experts 07-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/3 Annotated provisional agenda for the Meeting of Experts 28-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/2 Provisional programme of work for the Meeting of Experts 07-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/1 Provisional agenda for the Meeting of Experts 30-Jul-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX.WP.14 Preventing unauthorized acquisition of pathogenic agents and toxins: A legal patchwork: Prepared by the Netherlands BWC Meeting of Experts (2004) Date Symbol Title 06-Aug-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.83 Challenges of the Second Year of the Follow-up Process: Submitted by Hungary 06-Aug-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.82 “Strengthening Response Capabilities: Mass Casualty Management Through Training and Education – Joint Project Proposal: Submitted by Hungary and Norway” 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.81 Forensic Investigation of Bioterrorism: Submitted by the Netherlands 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.80 SARS: A Canadian Perspective on Lessons Learned: Submitted by Canada 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.79 Impacts of the BSE Incident in Canada: Submitted by Canada 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.78 Avian Influenza in Canada 2004: Submitted by Canada 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.77 CONSIDERACIONES SOBRE EL INCREMENTO DE LAS CAPACIDADES INTERNACIONALES PARA RESPONDER, INVESTIGAR Y MITIGAR LOS EFECTOS EN CASO DE USO ALEGADO DE ARMAS BIOLÓGICAS O TOXÍNICAS O BROTES SOSPECHOSOS DE ENFERMEDADES: Presentado por la República de Cuba 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.76 Questions related to the strengthening of the capacity to investigate and mitigate alleged use of biological weapons: Submitted by Norway 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.75 “Emergency Management, an Australian Model: Planning for and Managing a Biological Emergency: Submitted by Australia” 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.74 Counter terrorism and food safety: Submitted by the Netherlands 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.73 “Surveillance and (Early) Detection of Infectious Diseases in Humans in the Netherlands: Submitted by the Netherlands” 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.72 “Means of enhancement of national capabilities for surveillance of, and response to, natural and deliberate outbreaks of human, animal, and plant infectious diseases: Submitted by Poland” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.71 “Animal disease surveillance and control in India with special reference to emerging/exotic diseases: Submitted by India” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.70 Human Communicable Disease Surveillance with Special Focus on Preparedness and Response for Epidemic Prone Diseases: Submitted by India 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.69 Definitions of Unusual and Suspicious Outbreaks of Diseases and Alleged Use: Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.68 Investigation: Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.67 Existing mechanisms for responding to and mitigating the effects of cases of alleged use of biological or toxin weapons or suspicious outbreaks of infectious animal diseases in Italy: Submitted by Italy 27-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.66 Canadian Federal Response to a BW Incident: Submitted by Canada 27-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.65 Animal disease surveillance and response in Thailand: Submitted by Thailand 27-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.64 “Renforcement des mécanismes de surveillance des maladies au sein des forces françaises en opération face aux risques biologiques: Présenté par la France” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.63 “Enhancing national capabilities for responding to and mitigating of effects of bioterrorism and related diseases: Submitted by Italy” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.62 “Existing mechanisms for the surveillance, detection and diagnosis of infectious human diseases in Italy: Submitted by Italy” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.61 “Existing mechanisms for the surveillance, detection and diagnosis of infectious animal diseases in Italy: Submitted by Italy” 26-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.60 “Vers une planification des programmes de lutte contre le risque biologique entre les Etats parties a la convention d’interdictio n des armes biologiques: Présenté par la France” 26-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.59 Existing mechanisms for responding to and mitigating the effects of cases of alleged use of biological or toxin weapons or suspicious outbreaks of infectious human diseases in Italy: Submitted by Italy 26-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.58 Enhancing international capabilities for mitigating the effects and provision of assistance in cases of alleged use of biological or toxin weapons or outbreaks of diseases: Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.57 “Investigations into Alleged Use of Biological Weapons – Some Considerations Drawn from Experience in the United Kingdom for Sample Handling and Biological Analysis: Submitted by the United Kingdom” 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.56 Enhancing International Capabilities for Responding to, Investigating and Mitigating the Effects of Cases of Alleged Use of Biological or Toxin Weapons or Suspicious Outbreaks of Disease: Submitted by the United Kingdom 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.55* “Confidence-building Measures in Addressing Allegations of Use of CBRN Terrorist Agents: Laboratory Networks: Submitted by France” 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.54 “Proposals for Strengthening and Broadening National and International Institutional Efforts and Existing Mechanisms for the Surveillance, Detection, Diagnosis and Combating of Infectious Diseases Affecting Humans, Animals and Plants: Submitted by Islamic Republic of Iran” 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.53 “Real-Time Symptom Surveillance – Experience in the United Kingdom Using the “Portable Remote Illness and Symptoms Monitor” (PRISM): Submitted by the United Kingdom” 26-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.52 Strengthening of the national regulatory activity as a mechanism for the surveillance, detection, diagnosis and combating of infectious diseases affecting humans, animals and plants: Submitted by the Republic of Cuba 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.51 and Rev.1 A modelling programme on bio-incidents: Submitted by the United Kingdom 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.50 “Prevention of occurrence of infectious diseases due to epizootic and microbiological environmental monitoring: Submitted by Ukraine” 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.49 Responding to and mitigating the effects of suspicious outbreaks of disease System of organization of specific indication of bacterial (biological) means: Submitted by Ukraine 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.48 System of delivering information on infectious disease incidence and outbreaks of infectious diseases in Ukraine: Submitted by Ukraine 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.47 National system of epidemiological surveillance in Ukraine: Submitted by Ukraine 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.46 “CONSIDERACIONES GENERALES SOBRE EL MECANISMO DE SEGUIMIENTO ADOPTADO DURANTE LA SESIÓN REANUDADA DE LA QUINTA CONFERENCIA DE EXAMEN DE LOS ESTADOS PARTES EN LA CONVENCIÓN SOBRE LA PROHIBICIÓN DEL DESARROLLO, LA RODUCCIÓN Y EL ALMACENAMIENTO DE ARMAS BACTERIOLÓGICAS (BIOLÓGICAS) Y TOXÍNICAS Y SOBRE SU DESTRUCCIÓN: Presentado por la República de Cuba” 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.45 On the Epizootological Monitoring System in the Russian Federation: Submitted by the Russian Federation 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.44 Approaches to some elements of the mechanism for investigation of cases of alleged use of biological weapons: Submitted by the Russian Federation 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.43 “Mechanism for implementation of state control over dangerous infectious human diseases in the Russian Federation: Submitted by the Russian Federation” 21-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.42 Tasks and role of the European Commission in outbreak investigation, communicable disease surveillance and Health Security: Submitted by the Netherlands 21-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.41 Disease Reporting by the Netherlands Armed Forces: Submitted by the Netherlands 21-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.40 Research on prevention of bioterrorism: Overview of recent developments and actions at European Community level: Submitted by the Netherlands 21-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.39 The Urban-Rural Divide: Surveillance and Protection of Communities: Submitted by Canada 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.38 The Canadian Public Health Laboratory Network: Submitted by Canada 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.37 CBRN Consolidated Risk Assessment: A Structured Approach to Prevention, Preparedness and Response Planning and S&T Investments: Submitted by Canada 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.36 “Laboratory Clusters: Integrated Networks for Enhanced Response and Consequence Management: Submitted by Canada” 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.35 “Enhancing capabilities for responding to a natural or deliberate epidemic of infectious diseases in Japan: Submitted by Japan” 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.34 Detection and Monitoring Survey of Invasive Plant Pests in Japan: Submitted by Japan 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.33 PLANTPLAN: Australian Emergency Plant Pest Response Plan: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.32 “An Australian Framework for Responses to Unusual Outbreaks of Animal Disease1: Submitted by Australia” 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.31 Mitigation of Intentional Outbreaks of Human Disease: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.30 Disease Surveillance in Australia: Plant Diseases: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.29 “Improving Regional Surveillance Efforts: Animal Health – Australia’s Contribution”: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.28 Disease Surveillance in Australia: A animal Diseases: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.28 Disease Surveillance in Australia: A Animal Diseases: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.27 “Regional Networks: The Case for Integration and Coordination: Submitted by Australia” 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.26 “The Role of the World Health Organisation in Infectious Disease Surveillance: Australian Perspective; Submitted by Australia” 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.25 Australian Disease Surveillance and Response Systems: Humans: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.24 Safety of Food and Water in the United Kingdom: Submitted by the United Kingdom 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.23 Plant Pest and Disease Control in the United Kingdom: Submitted by the United Kingdom 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.22 Animal Disease Control in the United Kingdom: Submitted by the United Kingdom 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.21 Prevention, Investigation and Control of Human Infectious Disease: Submitted by the United Kingdom 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.20 Tools and Technologies for the Surveillance, Detection and Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases and Intoxinations: Submitted by the United Kingdom 19-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.19 “Enhancing international capabilities for responding to, investigating and mitigating the effects of cases of alleged use of biological or toxin weapons or suspicious outbreaks of diseases: Submitted by China” 27-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.18* Surveillance of infectious diseases: Submitted by the Chinese delegation 16-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.17 A Short Introduction to the Swedish System to Manage Outbreaks of Infectious Diseases Among Humans and Animals: Submitted by Sweden 16-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.16 Improving International Capabilities for Responding to, Investigating, and Mitigating the Effects of Cases of Alleged Use of Biological or Toxin We apons or Suspicious Outbreaks of Disease — The Need for Enhanced Co-Operation Between Law Enforcement, Defence, and Public Health Actors: Submitted by Sweden 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.15 Cases of Alleged Use of Biological or Toxin Weapons or Suspicious Outbreaks of Disease: Enhancing International Capabilities for Responding to, Investigating and Mitigating the Effects: Submitted by South Africa 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.14 Animal Disease Surveillance in South Africa: Submitted by South Africa 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.13 Plant Health Surveillance in South Africa: Submitted by South Africa 12-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.12 Human Infectious Disease Surveillance: Submitted by South Africa 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.11 International Co-Operation for Disease Surveillance: Submitted by South Africa 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.10 “United Nations involvement in investigating the possible use of biological weapons: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 9 Diagnostic Tools and Structures for Detecting Suspicious Outbreaks of Infectious Diseases: Submitted by Germany 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 8 German Contributions to Mitigating the Effects of Diseases: Submitted by Germany 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 7 “Enhancing International Capabilities for Responding to and Mitigating the Effects of Outbreaks of Diseases – How to Overcome Legal Problems: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 6 “Combating Infectious Diseases – The German Way to Improve Preparedness: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 5 Reporting and Surveillance of Diseases in Germany: Submitted by Germany 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 4 “Rapid Procedures for the Detection of Biological Warfare Agents and Diagnosis of Related Disorders: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 3 A Procedure for Differentiating Between the Intentional Release of Biological Warfare Agents and Natural Outbreaks of Disease: Its Use in Analyzing the Tularemia Outbreak in Kosovo in 1999 and 2000: Submitted by Germany 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 2 “Electronic Outbreak Reporting System for Public Health Surveillance in Germany: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 1 From “Farm-to-Fork” – How to Improve Surveillance of the Food Supply Chain: Submitted by Germany 11-Aug-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/3 Report of the Meeting of Experts 14-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/2/Rev.1 Provisional programme of work for the meeting of experts 10-Jun-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/1 Provisional agenda for the meeting of experts 18-Jun-04 BWC/MSP.2004/MX/INF.3 “Mechanisms Available to States Parties to Investigate the Alleged Use of Biological or Toxin Weapons and to Provide Assistance in such cases: Background paper prepared by the Secretariat” 18-Jun-04 BWC/MSP.2004/MX/INF.2 Mechanisms being Implemented for Response to Outbreaks of Disease by Intergovernmental Organizations (World Health Organization (WHO), Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), World Organization for Animal Health / Office International des Epizooties (OIE)): Background paper prepared by the Secretariat 18-Jun-04 “BWC/MSP.2004/MX/INF.1” Mechanisms being implemented for Disease Surveillance by Intergovernmental Organizations (World Health Organization (WHO), Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), World Organization for Animal Health / Office International des Epizooties (OIE)) and significant Mechanisms being Implemented for Disease Surveillance by Non-Governmental Organizations: Background paper prepared by the Secretariat BWC Meeting of Experts (2005) Date Symbol Title 24-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.35 Codes of conduct for scientists: considerations during a BWC regional workshop and subsequent reflections: Prepared by Australia 23-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.34 Codes of conduct for biological scientists: Prepared by Italy 23-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.33 Approach to codes of conduct: Prepared by the Republic of Korea 23-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.32 “EXPERIENCIA NACIONAL SOBRE LA PROMULGACIÓN DE CÓDIGOS: Presentado por la República de Cuba” 23-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.31 CÓDIGOS Y PRINCIPIOS: Presentado por la República de Cuba 21-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.30 Selected Canadian codes of conduct for life sciences: Prepared by Canada 21-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.29 Raising awareness: Approaches and opportunities for outreach: Prepared by Australia 21-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.28 Elements for use in developing codes of conduct for scientists: Prepared by Australia 21-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.27 Ethical principles in gene technology, environmental ethics and the Biological Weapons Convention – is there a link? 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Sumitted by Switzerland 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.34 The laboratory biorisk management standard and its applicability under the BWC: Submitted by Norway 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.32 Regulation of biological agents in Australia: Submitted by Australia 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.31 Australia’s national framework for the development of ethical principles in gene technology and the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC): Submitted by Australia 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.30 Communication issues associated with implementation of the SSBA regulatory scheme: Submitted by Australia 20-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.28 National measures and views on biosafety and biosecurity: Submitted by Brazil 18-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.26 Australian assistance to strengthen regional biosafety and bioecurity capacity: Submitted by Australia 15-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.25 Outreach and education in the life sciences: Case study in the U.S. Department of Energy National Laboratories: Submitted by the United States of America 15-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2
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Strategy for achieving meaningful progress through annual meetings of BWC States Parties, 2003-2005: Prepared by the United States of America 04-Jul-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP. 1 Proposals on the Draft Questionnaire on National Legislation Ensuring Compliance with the Convention on the Prohibition of Biological and Toxin Weapons: Prepared by the Russian Federation 14-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/INF.1 List of States Parties to the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and on Their Destruction 18-Sep-03 “BWC/MSP.2003/MX/4 (Parts I and II)” Report of the Meeting of Experts 07-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/3 Annotated provisional agenda for the Meeting of Experts 28-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/2 Provisional programme of work for the Meeting of Experts 07-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/1 Provisional agenda for the Meeting of Experts 30-Jul-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX.WP.14 Preventing unauthorized acquisition of pathogenic agents and toxins: A legal patchwork: Prepared by the Netherlands BWC Meeting of Experts (2004) Date Symbol Title 06-Aug-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.83 Challenges of the Second Year of the Follow-up Process: Submitted by Hungary 06-Aug-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.82 “Strengthening Response Capabilities: Mass Casualty Management Through Training and Education – Joint Project Proposal: Submitted by Hungary and Norway” 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.81 Forensic Investigation of Bioterrorism: Submitted by the Netherlands 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.80 SARS: A Canadian Perspective on Lessons Learned: Submitted by Canada 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.79 Impacts of the BSE Incident in Canada: Submitted by Canada 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.78 Avian Influenza in Canada 2004: Submitted by Canada 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.77 CONSIDERACIONES SOBRE EL INCREMENTO DE LAS CAPACIDADES INTERNACIONALES PARA RESPONDER, INVESTIGAR Y MITIGAR LOS EFECTOS EN CASO DE USO ALEGADO DE ARMAS BIOLÓGICAS O TOXÍNICAS O BROTES SOSPECHOSOS DE ENFERMEDADES: Presentado por la República de Cuba 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.76 Questions related to the strengthening of the capacity to investigate and mitigate alleged use of biological weapons: Submitted by Norway 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.75 “Emergency Management, an Australian Model: Planning for and Managing a Biological Emergency: Submitted by Australia” 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.74 Counter terrorism and food safety: Submitted by the Netherlands 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.73 “Surveillance and (Early) Detection of Infectious Diseases in Humans in the Netherlands: Submitted by the Netherlands” 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.72 “Means of enhancement of national capabilities for surveillance of, and response to, natural and deliberate outbreaks of human, animal, and plant infectious diseases: Submitted by Poland” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.71 “Animal disease surveillance and control in India with special reference to emerging/exotic diseases: Submitted by India” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.70 Human Communicable Disease Surveillance with Special Focus on Preparedness and Response for Epidemic Prone Diseases: Submitted by India 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.69 Definitions of Unusual and Suspicious Outbreaks of Diseases and Alleged Use: Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.68 Investigation: Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.67 Existing mechanisms for responding to and mitigating the effects of cases of alleged use of biological or toxin weapons or suspicious outbreaks of infectious animal diseases in Italy: Submitted by Italy 27-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.66 Canadian Federal Response to a BW Incident: Submitted by Canada 27-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.65 Animal disease surveillance and response in Thailand: Submitted by Thailand 27-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.64 “Renforcement des mécanismes de surveillance des maladies au sein des forces françaises en opération face aux risques biologiques: Présenté par la France” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.63 “Enhancing national capabilities for responding to and mitigating of effects of bioterrorism and related diseases: Submitted by Italy” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.62 “Existing mechanisms for the surveillance, detection and diagnosis of infectious human diseases in Italy: Submitted by Italy” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.61 “Existing mechanisms for the surveillance, detection and diagnosis of infectious animal diseases in Italy: Submitted by Italy” 26-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.60 “Vers une planification des programmes de lutte contre le risque biologique entre les Etats parties a la convention d’interdictio n des armes biologiques: Présenté par la France” 26-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.59 Existing mechanisms for responding to and mitigating the effects of cases of alleged use of biological or toxin weapons or suspicious outbreaks of infectious human diseases in Italy: Submitted by Italy 26-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.58 Enhancing international capabilities for mitigating the effects and provision of assistance in cases of alleged use of biological or toxin weapons or outbreaks of diseases: Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.57 “Investigations into Alleged Use of Biological Weapons – Some Considerations Drawn from Experience in the United Kingdom for Sample Handling and Biological Analysis: Submitted by the United Kingdom” 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.56 Enhancing International Capabilities for Responding to, Investigating and Mitigating the Effects of Cases of Alleged Use of Biological or Toxin Weapons or Suspicious Outbreaks of Disease: Submitted by the United Kingdom 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.55* “Confidence-building Measures in Addressing Allegations of Use of CBRN Terrorist Agents: Laboratory Networks: Submitted by France” 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.54 “Proposals for Strengthening and Broadening National and International Institutional Efforts and Existing Mechanisms for the Surveillance, Detection, Diagnosis and Combating of Infectious Diseases Affecting Humans, Animals and Plants: Submitted by Islamic Republic of Iran” 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.53 “Real-Time Symptom Surveillance – Experience in the United Kingdom Using the “Portable Remote Illness and Symptoms Monitor” (PRISM): Submitted by the United Kingdom” 26-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.52 Strengthening of the national regulatory activity as a mechanism for the surveillance, detection, diagnosis and combating of infectious diseases affecting humans, animals and plants: Submitted by the Republic of Cuba 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.51 and Rev.1 A modelling programme on bio-incidents: Submitted by the United Kingdom 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.50 “Prevention of occurrence of infectious diseases due to epizootic and microbiological environmental monitoring: Submitted by Ukraine” 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.49 Responding to and mitigating the effects of suspicious outbreaks of disease System of organization of specific indication of bacterial (biological) means: Submitted by Ukraine 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.48 System of delivering information on infectious disease incidence and outbreaks of infectious diseases in Ukraine: Submitted by Ukraine 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.47 National system of epidemiological surveillance in Ukraine: Submitted by Ukraine 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.46 “CONSIDERACIONES GENERALES SOBRE EL MECANISMO DE SEGUIMIENTO ADOPTADO DURANTE LA SESIÓN REANUDADA DE LA QUINTA CONFERENCIA DE EXAMEN DE LOS ESTADOS PARTES EN LA CONVENCIÓN SOBRE LA PROHIBICIÓN DEL DESARROLLO, LA RODUCCIÓN Y EL ALMACENAMIENTO DE ARMAS BACTERIOLÓGICAS (BIOLÓGICAS) Y TOXÍNICAS Y SOBRE SU DESTRUCCIÓN: Presentado por la República de Cuba” 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.45 On the Epizootological Monitoring System in the Russian Federation: Submitted by the Russian Federation 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.44 Approaches to some elements of the mechanism for investigation of cases of alleged use of biological weapons: Submitted by the Russian Federation 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.43 “Mechanism for implementation of state control over dangerous infectious human diseases in the Russian Federation: Submitted by the Russian Federation” 21-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.42 Tasks and role of the European Commission in outbreak investigation, communicable disease surveillance and Health Security: Submitted by the Netherlands 21-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.41 Disease Reporting by the Netherlands Armed Forces: Submitted by the Netherlands 21-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.40 Research on prevention of bioterrorism: Overview of recent developments and actions at European Community level: Submitted by the Netherlands 21-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.39 The Urban-Rural Divide: Surveillance and Protection of Communities: Submitted by Canada 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.38 The Canadian Public Health Laboratory Network: Submitted by Canada 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.37 CBRN Consolidated Risk Assessment: A Structured Approach to Prevention, Preparedness and Response Planning and S&T Investments: Submitted by Canada 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.36 “Laboratory Clusters: Integrated Networks for Enhanced Response and Consequence Management: Submitted by Canada” 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.35 “Enhancing capabilities for responding to a natural or deliberate epidemic of infectious diseases in Japan: Submitted by Japan” 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.34 Detection and Monitoring Survey of Invasive Plant Pests in Japan: Submitted by Japan 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.33 PLANTPLAN: Australian Emergency Plant Pest Response Plan: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.32 “An Australian Framework for Responses to Unusual Outbreaks of Animal Disease1: Submitted by Australia” 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.31 Mitigation of Intentional Outbreaks of Human Disease: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.30 Disease Surveillance in Australia: Plant Diseases: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.29 “Improving Regional Surveillance Efforts: Animal Health – Australia’s Contribution”: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.28 Disease Surveillance in Australia: A animal Diseases: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.28 Disease Surveillance in Australia: A Animal Diseases: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.27 “Regional Networks: The Case for Integration and Coordination: Submitted by Australia” 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.26 “The Role of the World Health Organisation in Infectious Disease Surveillance: Australian Perspective; Submitted by Australia” 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.25 Australian Disease Surveillance and Response Systems: Humans: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.24 Safety of Food and Water in the United Kingdom: Submitted by the United Kingdom 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.23 Plant Pest and Disease Control in the United Kingdom: Submitted by the United Kingdom 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.22 Animal Disease Control in the United Kingdom: Submitted by the United Kingdom 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.21 Prevention, Investigation and Control of Human Infectious Disease: Submitted by the United Kingdom 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.20 Tools and Technologies for the Surveillance, Detection and Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases and Intoxinations: Submitted by the United Kingdom 19-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.19 “Enhancing international capabilities for responding to, investigating and mitigating the effects of cases of alleged use of biological or toxin weapons or suspicious outbreaks of diseases: Submitted by China” 27-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.18* Surveillance of infectious diseases: Submitted by the Chinese delegation 16-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.17 A Short Introduction to the Swedish System to Manage Outbreaks of Infectious Diseases Among Humans and Animals: Submitted by Sweden 16-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.16 Improving International Capabilities for Responding to, Investigating, and Mitigating the Effects of Cases of Alleged Use of Biological or Toxin We apons or Suspicious Outbreaks of Disease — The Need for Enhanced Co-Operation Between Law Enforcement, Defence, and Public Health Actors: Submitted by Sweden 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.15 Cases of Alleged Use of Biological or Toxin Weapons or Suspicious Outbreaks of Disease: Enhancing International Capabilities for Responding to, Investigating and Mitigating the Effects: Submitted by South Africa 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.14 Animal Disease Surveillance in South Africa: Submitted by South Africa 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.13 Plant Health Surveillance in South Africa: Submitted by South Africa 12-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.12 Human Infectious Disease Surveillance: Submitted by South Africa 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.11 International Co-Operation for Disease Surveillance: Submitted by South Africa 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.10 “United Nations involvement in investigating the possible use of biological weapons: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 9 Diagnostic Tools and Structures for Detecting Suspicious Outbreaks of Infectious Diseases: Submitted by Germany 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 8 German Contributions to Mitigating the Effects of Diseases: Submitted by Germany 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 7 “Enhancing International Capabilities for Responding to and Mitigating the Effects of Outbreaks of Diseases – How to Overcome Legal Problems: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 6 “Combating Infectious Diseases – The German Way to Improve Preparedness: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 5 Reporting and Surveillance of Diseases in Germany: Submitted by Germany 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 4 “Rapid Procedures for the Detection of Biological Warfare Agents and Diagnosis of Related Disorders: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 3 A Procedure for Differentiating Between the Intentional Release of Biological Warfare Agents and Natural Outbreaks of Disease: Its Use in Analyzing the Tularemia Outbreak in Kosovo in 1999 and 2000: Submitted by Germany 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 2 “Electronic Outbreak Reporting System for Public Health Surveillance in Germany: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 1 From “Farm-to-Fork” – How to Improve Surveillance of the Food Supply Chain: Submitted by Germany 11-Aug-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/3 Report of the Meeting of Experts 14-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/2/Rev.1 Provisional programme of work for the meeting of experts 10-Jun-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/1 Provisional agenda for the meeting of experts 18-Jun-04 BWC/MSP.2004/MX/INF.3 “Mechanisms Available to States Parties to Investigate the Alleged Use of Biological or Toxin Weapons and to Provide Assistance in such cases: Background paper prepared by the Secretariat” 18-Jun-04 BWC/MSP.2004/MX/INF.2 Mechanisms being Implemented for Response to Outbreaks of Disease by Intergovernmental Organizations (World Health Organization (WHO), Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), World Organization for Animal Health / Office International des Epizooties (OIE)): Background paper prepared by the Secretariat 18-Jun-04 “BWC/MSP.2004/MX/INF.1” Mechanisms being implemented for Disease Surveillance by Intergovernmental Organizations (World Health Organization (WHO), Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), World Organization for Animal Health / Office International des Epizooties (OIE)) and significant Mechanisms being Implemented for Disease Surveillance by Non-Governmental Organizations: Background paper prepared by the Secretariat BWC Meeting of Experts (2005) Date Symbol Title 24-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.35 Codes of conduct for scientists: considerations during a BWC regional workshop and subsequent reflections: Prepared by Australia 23-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.34 Codes of conduct for biological scientists: Prepared by Italy 23-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.33 Approach to codes of conduct: Prepared by the Republic of Korea 23-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.32 “EXPERIENCIA NACIONAL SOBRE LA PROMULGACIÓN DE CÓDIGOS: Presentado por la República de Cuba” 23-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.31 CÓDIGOS Y PRINCIPIOS: Presentado por la República de Cuba 21-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.30 Selected Canadian codes of conduct for life sciences: Prepared by Canada 21-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.29 Raising awareness: Approaches and opportunities for outreach: Prepared by Australia 21-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.28 Elements for use in developing codes of conduct for scientists: Prepared by Australia 21-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.27 Ethical principles in gene technology, environmental ethics and the Biological Weapons Convention – is there a link? 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Sumitted by Switzerland 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.34 The laboratory biorisk management standard and its applicability under the BWC: Submitted by Norway 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.32 Regulation of biological agents in Australia: Submitted by Australia 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.31 Australia’s national framework for the development of ethical principles in gene technology and the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC): Submitted by Australia 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.30 Communication issues associated with implementation of the SSBA regulatory scheme: Submitted by Australia 20-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.28 National measures and views on biosafety and biosecurity: Submitted by Brazil 18-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.26 Australian assistance to strengthen regional biosafety and bioecurity capacity: Submitted by Australia 15-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.25 Outreach and education in the life sciences: Case study in the U.S. Department of Energy National Laboratories: Submitted by the United States of America 15-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.23 Overview of m
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Uncertified Sick Leave 1. Staff member submits a request for leave through the Umoja Employee Self-Service portal. 2. (...) Staff member submits a request for leave through the Umoja Employee Self-Service portal. 3. (...) The staff member will need to create a new request and submit additional information for reconsideration.
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Contributions   Number   Title Source Date   [ 11 ]     Contribution submitted by the Netherlands     Netherlands (Kingdom of the)   2020-02-25   [ 10 ]     Contribution submitted by China     China (People's Republic of)   2020-01-31   [ 9 ]     Contribution submitted by New Zealand     New Zealand   2020-01-17   [ 8 ]     Contribution submitted by Mexico     Mexico   2020-01-16   [ 7 ]     Contribution submitted by the United States     United States of America   2020-01-15   [ 6 ]     Contribution submitted by Brazil     Brazil (Federative Republic of)   2020-01-15   [ 5 ]     Contribution submitted by Jordan     Jordan (Hashemite Kingdom of)   2020-01-15   [ 4 ]     Contribution submitted by the United Kingdom     United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland   2020-01-15   [ 3 ]     Contribution submitted by the Russian Federation     Russian Federation   2020-01-13   [ 2 ]     Contribution submitted by Cameroon     Cameroon (Republic of)   2020-01-11   [ 1 ]     Contribution submitted by Turkey     Turkey   2020-01-06 Results: 11 total items.  
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Result page:  1 - 2 - 3  -  Next Contributions      Number   Title Source Date   [ 104 ]     Remarks by ITU Secretary-General Houlin Zhao in Closing of the World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly     Secretary-General   2022-03-11   [ 103 ]     Fourteenth series of texts submitted by Editorial Committee to the Plenary Meeting (Res.68)     COM5   2022-03-09   [ 102 ]     Note by the Secretary-General - Proxy Vote - North Macedonia - Romania     Secretary-General   2022-03-09   [ 101 ]   (Rev.1)   Draft Revised Resolution 50 - Cybersecurity     COM4   2022-03-09   [ 100 ]     Thirteenth series of texts submitted by Editorial Committee to the Plenary Meeting (Res.54)     COM5   2022-03-09   [ 99 ]   (Rev.1)   Seventh series of texts submitted by Committee 3 to the Editorial Committee (Res.68)     COM3   2022-03-09   [ 98 ]     Report of the Editorial Committee to the Plenary meeting     COM5   2022-03-09   [ 97 ]     Twelfth series of texts submitted by Editorial Committee to the Plenary Meeting (Res.52, Res.77, Res.87, Res.90)     COM5   2022-03-08   [ 96 ]     Eleventh series of texts submitted by Editorial Committee to the Plenary Meeting (New Res [AFCP-1], Res.44, Res.75, Res.78, Res.89, Res. 91, Res.92, Res. 97)     COM5   2022-03-08   [ 95 ]     Tenth series of texts submitted by Editorial Committee to the Plenary Meeting (Res.7)     COM5   2022-03-08   [ 94 ]     Ninth series of texts submitted by Editorial Committee to the Plenary Meeting (Res.1)     COM5   2022-03-08   [ 93 ]     Draft Revised Resolution 79 - The role of telecommunications/information and communication technologies in handling and controlling e-waste from telecommunication and information technology equipment and methods of treating it     COM4   2022-03-08   [ 92 ]     Eighth series of texts submitted by Editorial Committee to the Plenary Meeting (Res.22, Res.32, Res.70, Rec.A.1, Rec.A.2, Rec.A.5, Rec.A.25)     COM5   2022-03-08   [ 91 ]     Draft New Resolution - Artificial Intelligence     COM4   2022-03-08   [ 90 ]     Draft Revised Resolution 96 - ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector studies for combating counterfeit telecommunication/information and communication technology devices     COM4   2022-03-08   [ 89 ]     Sixth series of texts submitted by Committee 4 to the Editorial Committee (Res.52, Res.54, Res.77, Res.87, Res.90)     COM4   2022-03-08   [ 88 ]     Report of Committee 4 to Plenary meeting     COM4   2022-03-08   [ 87 ]     Seventh series of texts submitted by Editorial Committee to the Plenary Meeting (Rec. A.8)     COM5   2022-03-08   [ 86 ]     Sixth series of texts submitted by Editorial Committee to the Plenary Meeting (New Res [ARB-3 - IAP-1])     COM5   2022-03-08   [ 85 ]     Fifth series of texts submitted by Editorial Committee to the Plenary Meeting (Res.11, Res.18, Res.55, Res.67)     COM5   2022-03-08   [ 84 ]     Fifth series of texts submitted by Committee 4 to the Editorial Committee (New Res [AFCP-1], Res.1, Res.44, Res.54, Res.75, Res.78, Res.89, Res.91, Res.92, Res.97)     COM4   2022-03-08   [ 83 ]     Note by the Secretary-General - Proxy Vote - Ireland - Sweden     Secretary-General   2022-03-08   [ 82 ]     Report of the fourth meeting of Committee 4 (7 March 2022)     COM4   2022-03-08   [ 81 ]     Note by the Secretary-General - Proxy Vote - Cyprus - Slovenia     Secretary-General   2022-03-08   [ 80 ]     Sixth series of texts submitted by Committee 3 to the Editorial Committee (Res.7)     COM3   2022-03-08   [ 79 ]     Fourth series of texts submitted by Editorial Committee to the Plenary Meeting (Res.65, Res.72, Res.73, Res.74, Res.76, Res.84, Res.95)     COM5   2022-03-08   [ 78 ]   (Rev.1)   Final Report of Committee 3 (Working methods of ITU-T)     COM3   2022-03-07   [ 77 ]     Fifth series of texts submitted by Committee 3 to the Editorial Committee (Res.1)     COM3   2022-03-07   [ 76 ]     Fourth series of texts submitted by Committee 3 to the Editorial Committee (Res.22, Res.32, Res.45, Rec. (...) A.25)     COM3   2022-03-07   [ 75 ]     Third series of texts submitted by Editorial Committee to the Plenary Meeting (Res.20, Res.29, Res.43, Res.58, Res.61)     COM5   2022-03-07   [ 74 ]     Fourth series of texts submitted by Committee 4 to the Editorial Committee (New Res [ARB-3 - IAP-1],Res. 59, Res.88)     COM4   2022-03-07   [ 73 ]     Note from COM4 to COM2 on potential financial impacts of the modifications made to Resolutions 20, 29, 44, 50, 58, 61, 64, 65, 72, 73, 76, 84, 92, 96, 98 and draft new resolution [AFCP-1]     COM4   2022-03-07   [ 72 ]     Second series of texts submitted by Editorial Committee to the Plenary Meeting (Res.2)     COM5   2022-03-07   [ 71 ]     Third series of texts submitted by Committee 3 to the Editorial Committee (Rec.A.8)     COM3   2022-03-07   [ 70 ]     Report of the third meeting of Committee 4 (4 March 2022)     COM4   2022-03-07   [ 69 ]     Third series of texts submitted by Committee 4 to the Editorial Committee (Res.20, Res.29, Res.43, Res.58, Res. 61, Res.65, Res.72, Res.73, Res.74, Res,76, Res.84, Res95)     COM4   2022-03-07   [ 68 ]     First series of texts submitted by Committee 4 to the Plenary meeting (Res.40, Res.48, Res.60, Res.64)     COM4   2022-03-07   [ 67 ]     Second series of texts submitted by Committee 3 to the Editorial Committee (Res.11, Res.18, Res.55, Res.66, Res.67, Res.70, and Rec.A.7)     COM3   2022-03-07   [ 66 ]     Report of the fourth meeting of Committee 3 (Working Methods of ITU-T)     COM3   2022-03-06   [ 65 ]     Note from COM3 to COM2 on optional financial implications of revised Resolution 67     COM3   2022-03-06   [ 64 ]     Report of the third meeting of Committee 3 (Working Methods of ITU-T)     COM3   2022-03-06   [ 63 ]     Report of the second meeting of Committee 3 (Working Methods of ITU-T)     COM3   2022-03-06   [ 62 ]     Report of the first meeting of Committee 3 (Working Methods of ITU-T)     COM3   2022-03-06   [ 61 ]     Second series of texts submitted by Committee 4 to the Editorial Committee (Res.2)     COM4   2022-03-06   [ 60 ]     Report of sixth Plenary session and the Closing Ceremony(Wednesday, 9 March 2022)   Withdrawn   TSB   2022-03-06   [ 59 ]     Report of fifth Plenary session (Wednesday, 9 March 2022)   Withdrawn   TSB   2022-03-06   [ 58 ]     Report of fourth Plenary session (Tuesday, 8 March 2022)   Withdrawn   TSB   2022-03-06   [ 57 ]     Report of third Plenary session (Monday, 7 March 2022)   Withdrawn   TSB   2022-03-06   [ 56 ]     First series of texts submitted by Editorial Committee to the Plenary Meeting (Res.34, Res.98)     COM5   2022-03-05   [ 55 ]     Report of Committee 2 to the Plenary     COM2   2022-03-05 Results: 104 total items.
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Commission on the Status of Women-Follow-up to Beijing and Beijing + 5 Home | Contact Us   About us Beijing and its Follow-up CSW ECOSOC General Assembly Expert Group Meetings Violence against Women Publications NGO Participation Technical Cooperation Overview About the Commission History of the Commission Mandate Membership and composition Annual sessions The Bureau Communications procedure Output of the Commission Role of the Secretariat Follow-up to Beijing The Beijing process and beyond Multi-year programme of work Methods of work Gender mainstreaming Agreed conclusions Sessions 55th (2011) 54th (2010) 53rd (2009) 52nd (2008) 51st (2007) 50th (2006) 49th (2005) 48th (2004) 47th (2003) 46th (2002) 45th (2001) 44th (2000) 43rd (1999) 42nd (1998) 41st (1997) 40th (1996) 39th (1995) 38th (1994) 37th (1993) (report) 36th (1992) (report) Back to CSW52 Home Official Documents All documents are in PDF format [Available in A rabic, C hinese, E nglish, F rench, R ussian, S panish]   Official Documents E/CN.6/2008/11 [ A C E F R S ] Report of the 52nd session of the Commission on the Status of Women E/CN.6/2008/1 [ A C E F R S ] Annotated provisional agenda and proposed organization of work E/CN.6/2008/2 [ A C E F R S ] Financing for gender equality and the empowerment of women Report of the Secretary-General E/CN.6/2008/3 [ A C E F R S ] Ending female genital mutilation Report of the Secretary-General E/CN.6/2008/4 [ A C E F R S ] Forced marriage of the girl child Report of the Secretary-General E/CN.6/2008/5 [ A C E F R S ] Progress in mainstreaming a gender perspective in the development, implementation and evaluation of national policies and programmes, with a particular focus on financing for gender equality and the empowerment of women Report of the Secretary-General E/CN.6/2008/6 [ A C E F R S ] Situation of and assistance to Palestinian women Report of the Secretary-General E/CN.6/2008/7 [ A C E F R S ] Release of women and children taken hostage, including those subsequently imprisoned, in armed conflicts Report of the Secretary-General E/CN.6/2008/8 • A/HRC/7/52 [ A C E F R S ] Joint workplan of the Division for the Advancement of Women and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Report of the Secretary-General E/CN.6/2008/9 • A/HRC/7/53 [ A C E F R S ] Activities of the United Nations Development Fund for Women to eliminate violence against women Note by the Secretary-General E/CN.6/2008/10 [ A C E F R S ] Letter dated 13 November 2007 from the President of the Economic and Social Council to the Chairperson of the Commission on the Status of Women Background Information E/CN.6/2008/CRP.1 [ A C E F R S ] Results of the fortieth session of the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women Note by the Secretary-General E/CN.6/2008/CRP.2 [ A C E F R S ] Implementing the internationally agreed goals and commitments in regard to sustainable development Note by the Secretariat E/CN.6/2008/CRP.3 [ A C E F R S ] Discussion guide on the high-level round table on financing for gender equality and the empowerment of women E/CN.6/2008/CRP.4 [ A C E F R S ] Strategic framework for the biennium 2010-2011: Subprogramme 2, Gender issues and advancement of women Note by the Secretary-General NGO Statements E/CN.6/2008/NGO/1 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by International Council of Women, International Federation of Business and Professional Women, International Federation of University Women, Soroptimist International and Zonta International E/CN.6/2008/NGO/2 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by International Network of Liberal Women E/CN.6/2008/NGO/3 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by the Bahá’í International Community E/CN.6/2008/NGO/4 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Armenian International Women’s Association, Armenian Relief Society, Bahá’í International Community, Christian Children’s Fund, Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd, Defence for Children International, Dominican Leadership Conference, Evergreen Club of Ghana, FEMVision, Grail, International Center for Research on Women, International Council of Jewish Women, International Council of Women, International Federation of Business and Professional Women, International Federation of University Women, International Presentation Association of the Sisters of the Presentation, League of Women Voters of the United States, Maryknoll Sisters of St. (...) E/CN.6/2008/NGO/5 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts E/CN.6/2008/NGO/6 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by the International Federation of Social Workers E/CN.6/2008/NGO/7 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by New Japan Women’s Association E/CN.6/2008/NGO/8 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by International Council of Women E/CN.6/2008/NGO/9 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by African Action on AIDS, Associated Country Women of the World, Association for the Study of the World Refugee Problem, Center for Women, the Earth, the Divine, European Union of Women, Hadassah, International Alliance of Women, International Association of Democratic Lawyers, International Council of Women, International Council of Jewish Women, International Federation for Home Economics, International Federation of Business and Professional Women, International Federation of Social Workers, International Federation of University Women, International Inner Wheel, National Council of German Women’s Organizations, Pan Pacific and South-East Asia Women’s Association, Salvation Army, Servas International, Socialist International Women, Soroptimist International, Third World Movement against the Exploitation of Women, Women’s International Zionist Organization, Women’s Zionist Organization of America, Women’s Federation for World Peace International, World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts E/CN.6/2008/NGO/10 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by National Alliance of Women’s Organizations E/CN.6/2008/NGO/11 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by the Coalition against Trafficking of Women, the Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd, Congregations of St. Joseph, the Dominican Leadership Conference, International Council of Jewish Women, Loretto Community, National Council of Women of the United States, Sisters of Mercy, Society of Catholic Medical Missionaries, UNANIMA International, VIVAT International, and the Worldwide Organization for Women E/CN.6/2008/NGO/12 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by African Women’s Development and Communication Network, Amnesty International, Asia Pacific Women’s Watch, Association for Women’s Rights in Development, Center for Women’s Global Leadership, Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era, International Planned Parenthood Federation, Network Women In Development and Europe, Women’s Environment and Development Organization E/CN.6/2008/NGO/13 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Association for Women’s Rights in Development; Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd; Flora Tristán Peruvian Women’s Center; International Alliance of Women; International Council for Adult Educations; International Presentation Association of the Sisters of the Presentation; International Trade Union Confederation; International Women’s Anthropology Conference; International Women’s Tribune Centre; Network Women in Development Europe; Public Services International; UNANIMA International; Women’s Environment and Development Organization E/CN.6/2008/NGO/14 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by the International Union of Psychological Science E/CN.6/2008/NGO/15 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by the National Women’s Council of Catalonia (CNDC) E/CN.6/2008/NGO/16 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by American Psychological Association, International Association for Women’s Mental Health, International Association of Schools of Social Work, International Council of Psychologists, International Council of Women, International Federation of Business and Professional Women, International Federation of Social Workers, International Federation of Women in Legal Careers, International Federation of Women Lawyers, International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, International Union of Psychological Science, Kitakyushu Forum on Asian Women, National Council of Women of the United States, Soroptimist International, World Association for Psychosocial Rehabilitation, World Federation for Mental Health and Zonta International, non- governmental organizations in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2008/NGO/17 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by the Coordination française pour le lobby européen des femmes (CLEF) E/CN.6/2008/NGO/18 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Christian Children’s Fund E/CN.6/2008/NGO/19 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom E/CN.6/2008/NGO/20 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Rotary International E/CN.6/2008/NGO/21 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Baptist World Alliance, Concerned Women for America, Eagle Forum, Endeavour Forum, Franciscans International, International Right to Life Federation, JMJ Children’s Fund of Canada, Real Women of Canada, Society for the Protection of Unborn Children, World Movement of Mothers, Worldwide Organization for Women, World Youth Alliance E/CN.6/2008/NGO/22 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by the Altrusa International; Armenian International Women’s Association; Associated Country Women of the World; Baha’i International Community; International Alliance of Women; International Association of Women in Radio and Television; International Council of Women; International Federation of Business and Professional Women; International Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centres; International Federation of University Women; International Federation of Women in Legal Careers; International Federation of Women Lawyers; National Council of Women of the United States; Pan Pacific and South-East Asia Women’s Organization; Soroptimist International; Trickle Up Program; United Nations Association of the United States of America; United States Committee for UNIFEM; Virginia Gildersleeve International Fund; World Young Women’s Christian Association; Zonta International E/CN.6/2008/NGO/23 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Womankind Worldwide E/CN.6/2008/NGO/24 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Endeavour Forum E/CN.6/2008/NGO/25 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Coalition Against Trafficking in Women E/CN.6/2008/NGO/26 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by 3HO Foundation, Asian Women in Cooperative Development Forum, Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University, Canadian Federation of University Women, Canadian Voice of Women for Peace, Country Women Association of Nigeria, European Union of Women, European Women’s Lobby, Femmes Afrique solidarité, General Arab Women Federation, International Alliance of Women, International Association for Women’s Mental Health, International Federation of Women in Legal Careers, International Federation of University Women, International Federation of Women Lawyers, International Women’s Year Liaison Group, Korean Institute for Women and Politics, Pan Pacific and South-East Asia Women’s Association, Soroptimist International, Temple of Understanding, Women’s Federation for World Peace, Women’s International Zionist Organization, Women’s World Summit Foundation and Worldwide Organization for Women E/CN.6/2008/NGO/27 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Canadian Voice of Women for Peace E/CN.6/2008/NGO/28 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by To Love Children Educational Foundation International E/CN.6/2008/NGO/29 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Mothers’ Union E/CN.6/2008/NGO/30 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by the Anglican Consultative Council E/CN.6/2008/NGO/31 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Society for Women and AIDS in Africa E/CN.6/2008/NGO/32 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Delta Sigma Theta Sorority E/CN.6/2008/NGO/33 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by International Federation of Women in Legal Careers E/CN.6/2008/NGO/34 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by American Psychological Association, Associated Country Women of the World, Global Action on Aging, Gray Panthers, International Council of Jewish Women, International Council of Psychologists, International Federation on Ageing, Simply Help, World Federation of Ukrainian Women’s Organizations, and Zonta International E/CN.6/2008/NGO/35 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Associazione Comunità Papa Giovanni XXIII E/CN.6/2008/NGO/36 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Equidad de Género: Ciudadanía, Trabajo y Familia E/CN.6/2008/NGO/37 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Commission of the Churches on International Affairs of the World Council of Churches E/CN.6/2008/NGO/38 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Northern Ireland Women’s European Platform E/CN.6/2008/NGO/39 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by the Women’s National Commission     Back to top     Contact Us | Sitemap
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Note by the Secretary-General NGO Statements E/CN.6/2009/NGO/1 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Associazione Comunità Papa Giovanni XXIII, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/2 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Bangladesh Mahila Parishad, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/3 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by the International Federation of Social Workers, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/4 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Womankind Worldwide, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/5 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by the International Federation of University Women, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/6 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by International Alliance of Women, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/7 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Soroptimist International, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/8 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by International Planned Parenthood Federation, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/9 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Zonta International, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/10 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/11 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Mothers’ Union, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/12 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Family Welfare in Brazil Civil Society, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/13 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by AARP, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/14 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Fundación para Estudio e Investigación de la Mujer, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/15 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Radin Institute for Family Health Education and Promotion, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/16 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by International Association of Schools of Social Work, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/17 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Anglican Consultative Council, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/18 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Women’s Intercultural Network, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/19 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by International Council of Women, International Federation of Business and Professional Women, International Federation of University Women and Soroptimist International, non-governmental organizations in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/20 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by International Federation of Women in Legal Careers, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/21 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Coalition Against Trafficking in Women, Company of the Daughters of Charity of St. (...) Dominic, Pan Pacific and South-East Asia Women’s Association, Partnership for Global Justice, Salesian Missions, School Sisters of Notre Dame, Sisters of Charity Federation, Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, Sisters of Mercy of the Americas, Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, Soroptimist International, SOS Kinderdorf International, Virginia Gildersleeve International Fund, VIVAT International, World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts, World Youth Alliance, non-governmental organizations in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/23 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Caritas Internationalis (International Confederation of Catholic Charities) and National Board of Catholic Women of England and Wales, non-governmental organizations in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/24 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by the European Women’s Lobby, the International Council of Jewish Women, the National Alliance of Women’s Organizations, and the Women’s National Commission, non-governmental organizations in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/25 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by International Network of Liberal Women, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/26 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Education International, International Trade Union Confederation and Public Services International, non-governmental organizations in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/27 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, Huairou Commission: Women, Homes and Community, Human Rights Watch and the Open Society Institute, non-governmental organizations in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/28 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Amnesty International, Femmes Afrique Solidarité, Human Rights Watch, International Alert and Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, non-governmental organizations in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/29 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Grail, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/30 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by American Psychological Association, Anglican Consultative Council, Congregations of St. Joseph, International Association for Women’s Mental Health, International Association of Applied Psychology, International Association of Schools of Social Work, International Council of Psychologists, International Council of Women, International Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers, International Federation of Women in Legal Careers, International Federation of Women Lawyers, International Psychoanalytical Association Trust, International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, International Union of Psychological Science, National Council of Women of the United States, Society for Women and AIDS in Africa, Soroptimist International, World Association for Psychosocial Rehabilitation, World Council for Psychotherapy, World Federation for Mental Health and Zonta International, non-governmental organizations in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/31 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Mujer para la Mujer, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/32 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Human Rights Advocates, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/33 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by International Federation for Home Economics, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/34 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by International Federation for Home Economics, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/35 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by the Women’s National Commission, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/36 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by World Youth Alliance, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/37 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Association nationale Al Hidn, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/38 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by New Japan Women’s Association a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/39 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by International Association of Charities, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/40 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by the National Women’s Council of Catalonia, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/41 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Altrusa International, Armenian International Women’s Association, Associated Country Women of the World, Congregation of our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd, International Association of Women in Radio and Television, International Federation of Business and Professional Women, International Federation of Settlement Houses and Neighborhood Centers, International Federation of University Women, International Federation of Women in Legal Careers, International Federation of Women Lawyers, Society of Catholic Medical Missionaries, Soroptimist International, Trickle Up Program, United States Committee for UNIFEM, Virginia Gildersleeve International Fund, World Federation of Ukrainian Women’s Organizations and Zonta International, non-governmental organizations in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/42 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by African Action on AIDS, Centre for Women, the Earth, the Devine, Hadassah: Women’s Zionist Organization of America, International Alliance of Women, International Association of Democratic Lawyers, International Council of Women, International Council of Jewish Women, International Federation of Business and Professional Women, International Federation of University Women, International Inner Wheel, National Council of German Women’s Organizations, Salvation Army, Servas International, Socialist International Women, Soroptimist International, Third World Movement Against the Exploitation of Women, Women’s International Zionist Organization, Zonta International, non-governmental organizations in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/43 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Hadassah: Women’s Zionist Organization of America, International Association of Democratic Lawyers, International Council of Women, International Council of Jewish Women, International Federation of Business and Professional Women, International Federation of University Women, International Inner Wheel, National Council of German Women’s Organizations, Salvation Army, Servas International, Socialist International Women, Soroptimist International, Third World Movement Against the Exploitation of Women, Women’s International Zionist Organization and Zonta International, non-governmental organizations in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/44 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Coalition against Trafficking in Women and UNANIMA International, non-governmental organizations in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/45 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Catholic Women’s League Australia, Endeavour Forum and JMJ Children’s Fund of Canada, non-governmental organizations in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/46 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Anglican Consultative Council, Association of Presbyterian Women of Aotearoa New Zealand, Church Women United, Church World Service, Lutheran World Federation, Presbyterian Church USA, Salvation Army, World Federation of Methodist and Uniting Church Women, World Student Christian Federation, World Young Women’s Christian Association and United Methodist Church General Board of Church and Society, non-governmental organizations in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/47 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Grassroots Organisations Operating Together in Sisterhood, HelpAge International, Huairou Commission, World Young Women’s Christian Association and YWCA of Canada, non-governmental organizations in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/48 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by African Women’s Development and Communication Network, Amnesty International, Asia Pacific Women’s Watch, Association for Women’s Rights in Development, Baha’i International Community, Center for Women’s Global Leadership, Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era, Human Rights Watch, International Planned Parenthood Federation, Women’s Environment and Development Organization and World Federalist Movement, non-governmental organizations in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/49 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Action Canada for Population and Development, Center for Health and Gender Equity, International Planned Parenthood Federation, IPAS and Population Action International, non-governmental organizations in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/50 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Al-Hakim Foundation, a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council E/CN.6/2009/NGO/51 [ A C E F R S ] Statement submitted by Federation of American Women’s Clubs Overseas, Femmes Afrique Solidarité, Institute for Planetary Synthesis, Inter-African Committee on Traditional Practices Affecting the Health of Women and Children, International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics, International Council of Jewish Women, International Council of Women, International Federation of Business and Professional Women, International Federation of University Women, International Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse, Pan Pacific and South-East Asia Women’s Association, Solar Cookers International Tandem Project, Women’s Federation for World Peace International, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, World Movement of Mothers, Worldwide Organization for Women and Zonta International, non-governmental organizations in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council                 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2 Administration Operator Administration BR BR Internal  Processing Conventional procedure (sent by email and               fax or mail) Administration approves and  submits to BR. (create files) Upload &  submit for Validation Reject by BR or  withdrawal by Administration Accept Upload & Submit  for Validation AS‐ Received Reject by  Administration or  withdrawal by  Operator/ Intergovernmental  Satellite Organization Validation submit to BR The e‐Submission of Satellite Network Filings is a secure paperless electronic  approach for Administrations and Operators to submit satellite network filings and  comments with attachment files (...) How to upload and submit filings (1) Click on the  appropriate icon to  submit a filing * After validation is finished,  5) If there are any fatal errors,  users are asked to fix them or    to attach the descriptive files  explaining the fatal errors.  6) Operators or  Intergovernmental  Organizations submit for  approval to their  Administration. 7) Administrations submit to BR.  (...) How to upload and submit filings (2)  (Useful tips) After submission for validation • Operators and Intergovernmental Satellite Organizations can  submit for approval to the Administration. • Administrations can submit to BR. • Users receive automatic acknowledgements via email  (associated with their TIES accounts) and the system displays  alerts according to the actions taken on filings : – when Administrations submit to BR,  – when submissions are accepted by BR, etc. • Click on one of the filings in the submission list (Fig.4) to see  the detailed information (Fig.5). • Users can trace the status of submitted notices: “Ready for  submit to BR”, “Submitted to BR”, “Accepted by BR”, “Rejected  by BR”, “Published As‐received” etc. • Users can withdraw the submissions anytime before  publications of Special Sections or Parts I‐S, II‐S, and III‐S on IFIC. 
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Statement submitted by Aim Education & Research Society Statement submitted by American Pakistan Foundation Statement submitted by Association for Supporting SDGs for the United Nations Statement submitted by Foundation for Preventing Youth Violence Statement submitted by International Association of Independent Jounralists Inc. Statement submitted by International Federation of Social Workers Statement submitted by Irene Menakaya School Onitsha Statement submitted by Isa Viswa Prajnana Trust Statement submitted by Make Mothers Matter Statement submitted by Miss Caricom International Foundation CIP INC. Statement submitted by Red Dot Foundation Statement submitted by Fondation D’Entreprise Sanofi Espoir Statement submitted by Fédération Européenne des Centres de Recherche et D’Information sur le Sectarisme Statement submitted by Center for Family and Human Rights Statement submitted by La Mainf Pour Tous Statement submitted by Women’s Health and Education Center Statement submitted by Concepts of Truth Statement submitted by World Roma Federation Inc.
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