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In the last 60 years Europe has been extraordinary successful in creating an environment of peace, security and stability. (...) There are many success stories in Europe of an effective interaction between stability and prosperity. (...) One of the major factors that contributed to European success has been the institutional architecture that has promoted intergovernmental dialogue and cooperation in Europe.
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Score: 420990.8 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...mission/2007/conceptnote6a.pdf
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SARD Initiative scales-up successful experiences scales-up successful experiences links resources, expertise, knowledge and technology links resources, expertise, knowledge and technology provides a framework for local, regional, national initiatives provides a framework for local, regional, national initiatives catalytic support to strengthen capacities catalytic support to strengthen capacities promotes greater use and benefits from existing resources promotes greater use and benefits from existing resources Documenting successful experiences Bolivia Honduras Guinea India Kenya Peru Tanzania Vietnam Zambia Documenting successful experiences: CROP PRODUCTION SYSTEM MANAGEMENT Conservation Agriculture for smallholder farmers in dryland areas, Laikipia District, Kenya DISEASES AND PESTS OF ANIMALS AND PLANTS Agricultural Workers and Integrated Production and Pest Management, Uganda Biocontrol-based IPM for the Diamondback moth (Plutella xylostella), Eastern and Southern Africa FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION Participatory fisheries Monitoring, Control and Surveillance (MCS) of small scale fishing zone, Guinea Efficient post-harvest processing techniques, Africa FOREST MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION Forest plantation development system for equitable benefit-sharing, Ghana Community based forest management among pastoralist communities, Suledo forest, Tanzania Afforestation initiative, Kakamega, Kenya LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION SYSTEM MANAGEMENT Community-managed pastoralist slaughterhouse Keekonyokie, Kenya ftp://ftp.fao.org/SD/SDA/SDAR/sard/English GP/EN GP Africa/Biocontrol_diamondbackmoth_Africa.pdf ftp://ftp.fao.org/SD/SDA/SDAR/sard/English GP/EN GP Africa/Biocontrol_diamondbackmoth_Africa.pdf ftp://ftp.fao.org/SD/SDA/SDAR/sard/Fisheries_participatory_survellaince_Guinea.pdf ftp://ftp.fao.org/SD/SDA/SDAR/sard/Fisheries_participatory_survellaince_Guinea.pdf ftp://ftp.fao.org/SD/SDA/SDAR/sard/English GP/EN GP Africa/Fisheries_Chorkor_oven_Africa.pdf ftp://ftp.fao.org/SD/SDA/SDAR/sard/KFFHC_slaughterhouse_Kenya.pdf Documenting successful experiences PROPERTY RIGHTS Mapping and documentation exercise on property grabbing among orphans and vulnerable children, Zambia Capacity building of local community members in claiming land title deeds, Nyando basin, Kenya RURAL LIVELIHOOD AND FOOD SECURITY Participatory technology development, Masavengo, Zimbabwe Farmer life schools for food security and HIV/AIDS, South Africa Reducing human-elephant conflict and ensuring farmers’ food security around Kakum Conservation Area, Ghana Rural savings and credit scheme, Kiamuhu self help group, Gatundu, Kenya Establishment of small and medium forest-based enterprises, The Gambia Farmer field school to enhance revenue generation and social cohesion, Democratic Republic of Congo Box gardens for vulnerable households, Kitwe, Zambia SUSTAINABLE NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Promotion of organic agriculture, Bungoma District, Kenya Mixed farming system, Kisii, Kenya ftp://ftp.fao.org/SD/SDA/SDAR/sard/property_grabbing_Zambia.pdf ftp://ftp.fao.org/SD/SDA/SDAR/sard/property_grabbing_Zambia.pdf ftp://ftp.fao.org/SD/SDA/SDAR/sard/Land_titles_Kenya.pdf ftp://ftp.fao.org/SD/SDA/SDAR/sard/Land_titles_Kenya.pdf ftp://ftp.fao.org/SD/SDA/SDAR/sard/participatory_technology_development-zimbabwe.pdf ftp://ftp.fao.org/SD/SDA/SDAR/sard/life_school_South_Africa.pdf ftp://ftp.fao.org/SD/SDA/SDAR/sard/Rural_savings_Kenya.pdf ftp://ftp.fao.org/SD/SDA/SDAR/sard/Forestbased_ enterprises_Gambia.pdf ftp://ftp.fao.org/SD/SDA/SDAR/sard/Organic_agriculture_Kenya.pdf ftp://ftp.fao.org/SD/SDA/SDAR/sard/Mixed_farming_Kenya.pdf More information at: Httpp://www.fao.org/sard/en/init/ Thank you very much for your attention! (...) What is new? Documenting successful experiences Documenting successful experiences: Documenting successful experiences More information at: Slide Number 16
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Score: 420990.8 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/csd...ollowup/presentations/sard.pdf
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The principle of “non-succession” remains predominantly applicable, she added. (...) HOWE ( United Kingdom ) welcomed the work done on the subject of “State succession in relation to State responsibility”.  He went on to say that State practice does not support the principle of automatic succession or a clean slate. (...) Regarding the general rule of non-succession and that of “automatic” succession, the point of departure should be the principle that no legal vacuum in terms of State responsibility should emerge. 
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Score: 420755.2 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2021/gal3650.doc.htm
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Geneva, 6 September 1952. 22/01/1985 Notification of succession Convention concerning the International Exchange of Publications. Paris, 3 December 1958. 22/01/1985 Notification of succession Convention concerning the Exchange of Official Publications and Government Documents between States. (...) Paris, 24 July 1971. 22/01/1985 Notification of succession Convention concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage.
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Score: 420666.36 - https://en.unesco.org/system/f...ountries/vct_facts_figures.pdf
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The WCO Fellowship Programme 25 Years Session 5 – Regulatory and Industry Initiatives in Support of Air Cargo Second ICAO Meeting on Air Cargo Development in Africa 27-29 June 2017, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Successful Stakeholder Consultations – Day 1 Session AD - Copyright © WCO-OMD 2014 Better cooperation and collaboration with ICAO to enhance the security and facilitation of air cargo by closing the gaps and mitigating the risk Joint initiatives • Joint training • Joint Brochure • Joint Conference • Joint Communique • Joint Working Group (JWGACI on PLACI) • Joint Pilot on AEO – RA/KC World Customs Organization (WCO) Initiatives in support of Air Cargo 2 Successful Stakeholder Consultations – Day 1 Session AD - Copyright © WCO-OMD 2014 World Customs Organization (WCO) Initiatives in support of Air Cargo Developed Cargo Targeting System (CTS) – IT application to enable risk assessment and targeting across all Customs risks from manifest data AEO programme - MRA E-Commerce Working Group Working with Universal Postal Union Working with United Nations Office of Drugs & Crime – Container Control Programme  Interoperability of NII equipment (future) 3 Successful Stakeholder Consultations – Day 1 Session AD - Copyright © WCO-OMD 2014 World Customs Organization (WCO) Initiatives in support of Air Cargo? WCO Environment Programme – focuses on Illegal Wildlife Trade; illegal logging & Illegal and unregulated shipment of solid and other waste WCO member of United for Wildlife Transportation Task Force (i.e. the Royal Foundation’s Bucking Palace Declaration) WCO with IATA (both Task Force members) completed two airport assessments in 2016 and made recommendations regarding policies, procedures, equipment, best practices etc. in strengthening the fight against IWT 4 Successful Stakeholder Consultations – Day 1 Session AD - Copyright © WCO-OMD 2014 Thank you for your attention Asha Menon Senior Technical Officer World Customs Organization asha.menon@wcoomd.org 5 Successful Stakeholder Consultations – Day 2 Session AD - Copyright © WCO-OMD 2014
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Score: 420660.6 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...PDF%20PPT/Session%205_Asha.pdf
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FAO/Italy Cooperative Programme: GTFS/INT/907/ITA in Central Asia english FAO Home Resource Mobilization Home Menu separator FAO/Italy Home Traditional Programme Decentralized Cooperation Italian Trust Fund for Food Security FAO/Italy Associated Professional Officers Emergency and Rehabilitation FAO/Italy Success Stories GTFS/RAF/391/ITA - Regional Food Safety Training SAVE FOOD initiative involves FAO/Italy projects GCP/EGY/024/ITA in Egypt GTFS/INT/907/ITA in Central Asia GTFS/REM/070/ITA Publications L'Informatore Agrario talks about the GTFS/REM/070/ITA GTFS/RAF/387/ITA Acacia Operation Acacia Project - Inspirational Teamwork GTFS/RLA/141/ITA - FSCA in the Caribbean GTFS/RAF/391/ITA in the African Great Lakes FAO Media Centre: Cooperatives central to hunger fight GTFS/REM/070/ITA - Roundtable IRAQ Contacts FAO/ITALY COOPERATIVE PROGRAMME   Traditional Programme Decentralized Cooperation Italian Trust Fund for Food Security The GTFS/INT/907/ITA has been selected as one of FAO Success Stories (May 2012) The FAO/Italy GTFS/INT/907/ITA project - Controlling Transboundary Animal Diseases in Central Asian Countries -has been selected by FAO as one its 12 success stories to be presented to FAO Council in mid-June. The project story is part of IMPACT folder which illustrates FAO’s impact and successes at country level has been completed. This publication has been realized with the TCSR collaboration. The project implemented in five Central Asian countries (Afghanistan, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan) enables national veterinary services to gain a better understanding of diseases' prevalence and impact in their countries, and also, to plan and implement appropriate control measures. The effective success of this project is that all the participating countries have been recognized officially free from rinderpest through the project support.
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Score: 420660.6 - https://www.fao.org/tc/faoital...sint907ita-in-central-asia/en/
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ITU TELECOM Young Innovators 2014 - Part 1 Success Stories | 57 What is success for you? Success for me is being able to obtain what you require or want to do at a specified time. (...) We will be able to measure our success once we get more users on the platform. Who has been the most helpful?
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Score: 420657.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ..._brochure_updated_part1_61.pdf
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 ITU TELECOM 2014 Young Innovators Success Stories | 57 What is success for you?Success for me is being able to obtain what you require or want to do at a specified time. (...) We will be able to measure our success once we get more users on the platform.Who has been the most helpful?
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Score: 420657.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ..._files/WebSearch/page0061.html
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Good Practices | حوكمة الحيازة | منظمة الأغذية والزراعة للأمم المتحدة FAO.org العربية english français Español حوكمة الحيازة الخطوط التوجيهية للحيازة الرسائل الإخبارية الموارد Activities الشراكات MSPs SOLA Suite Capacity development Good Practices Good Practices Good practices highlight successful experiences and publications from multi-stakeholder platforms related to land tenure governance supported by FAO. Approches innovantes: Gouvernance foncière locale Success story: Sierra Leone Success story: Mongolia Success story: Senegal River Basin FAO support of multi-stakeholder platforms Contact us Terms and Conditions Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                                         Download our App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 420657.3 - https://www.fao.org/tenure/msps/good-practices/ar/
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Understanding the reasons why Singapore was such a success can help us to see what is needed to ensure similar success on future occasions. (...) They have been the real key to success. This leadership rôle has gone a long way to reinforce the sense of partnership and shared responsibility that has replaced the old North-South division. Furthermore, the success of the Information Technology Agreement added a concrete liberalizing dimension to the Singapore achievement - one which was confirmed in March this year.
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Score: 420407.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/news_e/pres97_e/apec2.htm
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