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Chairperson, Permit me now to turn to the topic “Succession of states in respect of state responsibility”. We are grateful to Special Rapporteur Šturma for his second report dealing with essential problems of the topic, namely general rules on succession of states in respect of state responsibility and individual cases of state succession. (...) Instead, the Draft Articles could call upon states concerned to conclude special agreements aiming at solving responsibility issues resulting from state succession. Draft Article 5, which restricts the applicability of the Draft Articles to successions of states occurring in conformity with international law, corresponds to the relevant articles of the Vienna Convention on Succession of States in respect of Treaties and the Vienna Convention on Succession of States in respect of State Property, Archives and Debts as well as of the Draft Articles on Nationality in case of Succession of States.
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Score: 434577.4 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...s/statements/ilc/austria_3.pdf
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Success Stories | Legal Services for Development | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Legal Services for Development About Publications Resources FAOLEX database News Events Articles Magazine Webinars Success Stories Success Stories Course on "Monitoring the right to adequate food" 14/12/2020 Type: Success story Between August and October of 2020, a course on “Monitoring the right to adequate food” took place at the capacity building FAO platform “Núcleo de Capacitación en Políticas Públicas”. (...) Antimicrobial Resistance 05/05/2020 Type: Success story LEGN has developed a Methodology for the assessment of national legislation in AMR-relevant areas in the food and agriculture sector. (...) Nicaragua Plant Protection Legislation 04/05/2020 Type: Success story Nicaragua passed a new Law on Plant Protection (Ley 1020 de Protección Fitosanitaria de Nicaragua– DO 26-03-2020) on 11 March 2020. 
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Score: 434430 - https://www.fao.org/legal-services/resources/stories/en/
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The goal of Disaster Risk Management (DRM) is to ensure that society continues to function, thrive, and recover quickly despite shocks arising from natural or human actions; to ensure, in short, that natural hazards do not become disasters. Success in the world of DRM means ’nothing happens,’ but this poses a dilemma towards recognising and incentivising successful DRM interventions since they are made invisible by the very nature of their success. How must successes be highlighted and learned from if they remain unseen? (...) This study discusses four types of situations where successful DRM interventions are made invisible:  (i) success made invisible in the midst of broader disaster, (ii) success made invisible by nature of the success, (iii) success made invisible due to yet unrealised benefits, (iv) success made invisible due to the randomness of the specific outcome.
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Score: 434317.33 - https://www.undrr.org/publicat...nefits-disaster-risk-reduction
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This is the fourth volume of sustainable development success stories compiled using information submitted over the past year. Our practice is to focus the success stories on Agenda 21 topics currently being discussed by the CSD. These success stories are collected and presented to the CSD to help share positive experiences and encourage information about sustainable development.
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Score: 434317.33 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd_aofw_mg/mg_succstor2000.shtml
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Africa has made tremendous economic progress in recent years, with impressive growth and success stories in countries such as Ethiopia, Kenya, Botswana and South Africa. (...) They must be seen not just as beneficiaries, but also as the agents of https://www.unv.org/Success-stories/Contributing-peace-and-development-Afghanistan-through-volunteerism https://www.unv.org/Success-stories/Contributing-peace-and-development-Afghanistan-through-volunteerism https://www.unv.org/Success-stories/Roma-youth-Roma-community-during-COVID-19-pandemic https://www.unv.org/Success-stories/Roma-youth-Roma-community-during-COVID-19-pandemic General enquires Email: unv.media@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 Partnership enquires Email: partnershipsupport@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 3 change in their communities. (...) Volunteers are essential in our efforts to reduce inequality and enhance participation. https://www.unv.org/Success-stories/No-longer-silent-empowering-women-and-girls-prosperity https://www.unv.org/Success-stories/No-longer-silent-empowering-women-and-girls-prosperity https://www.unv.org/Success-stories/Disability-does-not-mean-inability-changing-mindsets-Namibia https://www.unv.org/Success-stories/Disability-does-not-mean-inability-changing-mindsets-Namibia https://www.unv.org/Success-stories/Assessing-and-addressing-gender-impact-COVID-19-Morocco https://www.unv.org/Success-stories/Assessing-and-addressing-gender-impact-COVID-19-Morocco https://www.unv.org/Success-stories/Familia-Segura-Call-Center-launched-UNICEF-and-operated-volunteers-offers-rapid https://www.unv.org/Success-stories/Familia-Segura-Call-Center-launched-UNICEF-and-operated-volunteers-offers-rapid https://www.unv.org/Success-stories/Ten-volunteers-improve-community-access-reproductive-health-Senegal https://www.unv.org/Success-stories/Ten-volunteers-improve-community-access-reproductive-health-Senegal https://www.unv.org/Success-stories/Ten-volunteers-improve-community-access-reproductive-health-Senegal General enquires Email: unv.media@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 Partnership enquires Email: partnershipsupport@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 4 • IVD2020 • 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence • United Nations Development Programme • United Nations Children's Fund • UN Women • United Nations Population Fund • United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan Sustainable Development Goal: SDG 3: Good health and well-being SDG 5: Gender equality SDG 10: Reduced inequalities SDG 17: Partnerships for the goals As Nelson Mandela once said, "Overcoming poverty is not a task of charity, it is an act of justice.
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Score: 434261.04 - https://www.unv.org/node/25646/pdf
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PowerPoint Presentation Success Factors in Women’s and Children’s Health Stakeholder meeting C b di Success Factors in Women’s and Children’s Health  Global review  10 high performing countries – including Cambodia  Objective: identify policy and program inputs – both in the health sector and in sectors outside of health - that have led to declines in maternal and child mortality  Study partners: PMNCH, WHO, WB, USAID, JHSPH, LSHTM and others Success Factors in Women’s and Children’s Health  Aims to synthesize country experience on what factors contributed to reductions in maternal and child mortality  The focus on how countries achieved the improvements; with an emphasis on policy and program management best practices  Lessons learned from success factors should contribute to the post 2015 agenda Success Factors in Women’s and Children’s Health - process 1. Success factors analysis: review of existing local data, technical and program reports, policy documents; interviews with key informants (completed) 2. Development of draft summary of success factors (completed) 3. Review of draft by all stakeholders – to ensure that all data are accurate and that key factors have been identified – endorsement of draft (to be completed) Success Factors in Women’s and Children’s Health – Cambodia’s experience will help define post-2015 approaches • Post-2015 consultations, including a side session at the 2014 World Health Assembly in May 2014 • Partners’ Forum, co-hosted by PMNCH, iERG, Countdown to 2015 and A Promise Renewed, in Johannesburg in June, 2014 where the final report will launched • Journal series – to disseminate findings widely (writing in October 2014) Despite Challenges Cambodia is - 1 of 10 high performing countries globally and is on track to achieving MDG 4 Reduce child mortality MDG 5 Reduce maternal mortality 10 countries that have accelerated progress 7 Source: Success Factors booklet.
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Score: 433834.33 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/know...mbodia_presentation_murray.pdf
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Continuing invocations of Article XXXV According to the records of the Secretariat, the following invocations of Article XXXV continue to be operative as of 15 May 1995: Invoked by In respect of Reference Date Botswana Japan Succession August 1987 Haiti Japan L/405 August 1955 Lesotho Japan Succession January 1988 Morocco Israel L/6192 June 1987 Tunisia Israel L/6712 July 1990 United States Hungary L/3911 September 1973 Romania L/3619 November 1971 2. (...) ARTICLE XXXV - NON-APPLICATION OF THE AGREEMENT 1035 In respect of Invoked by Invocation Date Withdrawal Date Japan Australia L/405 September 1955 L/2228 May 1964 " Austria L/405 September 1955 L/4428 October 1976 “ Barbados Succession (UK) November 1966 L/2754 February 1967 " Belgium L/405 September 1955 L/2308 October 1964 " Benin Succession (F) September 1963 L/3709 June 1972 " Brazil L/405 September 1955 L/670 August 1957 " Burundi Succession (B) March 1963 L/3738 August 1972 " Cameroon Succession (F) May 1963 L/4079 August 1974 “ Central African Republic Succession (F) May 1963 L/4041 April 1974 “ Chad Succession (F) July 1963 L/3517 March 1971 “ Congo Succession (F) March 1963 L/3920 August 1973 " Cuba L/405 September 1955 L/1694 December 1961 “ Cyprus Succession (UK) July 1963 L/6998 April 1992 " France L/405 September 1955 L/2129 January 1964 " Gabon Succession (F) May 1963 L/3959 November 1973 " Gambia Succession (UK) February 1965 L/3642 November 1971 " Ghana Succession (UK) October 1967 L/1744 March 1962 " Guyana Succession (UK) July 1966 L/2671 July 1966 " India L/405 September 1955 L/952 October 1958 " Ireland L/2954 December 1967 L/4215 September 1975 " Ivory Coast Succession (F) December 1963 L/3429 August 1970 " Jamaica Succession (UK) December 1963 L/3788 November 1972 " Kenya Succession (UK) February 1964 L/4475 March 1977 " Kuwait Succession (UK) May 1963 L/3444 August 1970 “ Haiti L/405 September 1955 L/952 November 1958 " Luxembourg L/405 September 1955 L/2308 October 1964 " Madagascar Succession (F) September 1963 L/2331 December 1964 “ Malaysia Succession (UK) October 1957 L/1281 August 1963 " Maldives Succession (UK) April 1983 L/6346 April 1988 “ Mali Succession (F) June 1960 L/7235 May 1993 " Malta Succession (UK) November 1964 L/3099 October 1968 " Mauritania Succession (F) September 1962 L/4144 October 1968 " Netherlands L/405 September 1955 L/2308 October 1964 “ New Zealand L/405 September 1955 L/1744 March 1962 " Niger Succession (F) December 1963 L/3421 July 1970 " Nigeria Succession (UK) December 1960 L/4236 October 1975 " Portugal L/1764 May 1962 L/3690 March 1972 “ Rhodesia and Nyasaland L/405 September 1955 L/2054 August 1963 1036 ANALYTICAL INDEX OF THE GATT In respect of Invoked by Invocation Date Withdrawal Date Japan Rwanda Succession (B) January 1966 L/3448 September 1970 " Senegal Succession (F) September 1963 L/4288 December 1975 “ Sierra Leone Succession (UK) May 1961 L/3931 September 1973 " South Africa L/405 September 1955 L/5873 September 1985 " Spain L/3352 February 1970 L/3646 December 1971 “ Swaziland Succession (UK) September 1968 L/7321 December 1993 " Tanzania Succession (UK) December 1961 L/4070 July 1974 " Togo Succession (F) March 1964 L/4061 July 1974 “ Trinidad & Tobago Succession (UK) October 1962 L/2665 June 1966 “ Uganda Succession (UK) October 1962 L/3466 November 1970 “ United Kingdom L/405 September 1955 L/1992 (for UK customs territory only); L/2208, L/2896, L/3396 (for UK overseas territories) April 1963 March 1964 (L/2208) November 1967 (L/2896) May 1970 (L/3396) " Upper Volta Succession (F) May 1963 L/3484 November 1970 Korea Czechoslovakia L/2783 April 1967 L/6551 July 1989 " Romania L/3626 November 1971 L/6678 May 1970 Nicaragua Cuba GATT/CP/TN.1/33 August 1949 L/4810 November 1979 Nigeria Portugal L/1764 May 1962 L/6448 December 1988 Peru Cuba GATT/CP/111 April 1951 L/5430 November 1982 Poland Korea L/2874 October 1967 L/3580 September 1971 Portugal Egypt L/3386 May 1970 L/4937 January 1980 " Ghana L/1764 May 1962 L/6272 November 1987 “ India L/1764 May 1962 L/4178 December 1974 " Nigeria L/1764 May 1962 L/6448 December 1988 South Africa Egypt L/3386 May 1970 L/7414 February 1994 India GATT/CP.2/4 January 1948 L/7547 October 1994 Morocco L/6192 June 1987 L/7498 June 1994 “ Pakistan GATT/CP.2/4 July 1948 L/610 December 1956 “ Tunisia L/6713 July 1990 L/7443 April 1994 Sweden Cuba GATT/TN.1/33 August 1949 L/5429 November 1982 Turkey Cuba GATT/CP/111 April 1951 L/5432 November 1982 Yugoslavia Korea L/2783 April 1967 L/3580 September 1971 Zimbabwe Egypt L/3386 May 1970 L/6360 Independence of Zimbabwe Notes: (1) In cases of invocation by succession, the contracting party originally invoking Article XXXV has been indicated as B (Belgium), F (France), or UK (United Kingdom).
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Score: 433552.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...booksp_e/gatt_ai_e/art35_e.pdf
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When I experienced the taste of success and happiness, my perspective on life changed. (...) She adds: “Those who want to achieve success can do it, wherever they are; it is not true what is rumoured about private schools being better than UNRWA schools, and the proof is my success and the success of many of my friends who got good grades as well. (...) Setting the goal is the first step on the road to success, regardless of how difficult the circumstances are.
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Score: 433024.37 - https://www.un.org/youthenvoy/...-towards-success-setting-goal/
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DSD :: Areas of Work :: Major Groups - Success Stories Skip to main links | Skip to secondary links | Skip to content Links to UN bodies [an error occurred while processing this directive] Links to site map [an error occurred while processing this directive] UN Economic and Social Development Division for Sustainable Development Main Links [an error occurred while processing this directive] Areas of Work > Major Groups > Success Stories Secondary Links Major Groups :: Archive -Highlights Intergovernmental Decisions Major Groups' Sectors :: Business & Industry :: Children & Youth :: Farmers :: Indigenous Peoples :: Local Authorities :: NGOs :: Scientific & Technological Community :: Women :: Workers & Trade Unions Organizing Partners :: CSD-18/19 :: CSD-16/17 :: CSD-14/15 :: CSD-12/13 :: 1997-2003 Participation in CSD :: Background Info :: Guidelines - Past Sessions :: Entry Points Registration :: FAQs Meetings & Workshops Special Days Case Studies Success Stories :: 2001 (*External Website) :: 2000 :: 1999 :: 1998 :: 1997 (*External Website) Resources ::Statements ::Publications ::Documents ::Databases ::Links Contact Us Success Stories NB: Sustainable Development Success Stories are no longer being collected. (...) The text of these stories has been kept as close as possible to the original submissions. Some of the success stories have been supplemented by additional research done by the CSD Secretariat. The CSD Secretariat sincerely thanks all individuals and institutions that responded and shared their stories of success. [an error occurred while processing this directive]
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Score: 432898.73 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd_aofw_mg/mg_succstor.shtml
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This publication highlights some of their key achievements, and flags up promising strategies for the future. Success Factors for Women’s and Children’s Health: Policy and programme highlights from 10 fast-track countries pdf, 1.91Mb Bangladesh 26 APRIL 2014 | DHAKA, BANGLADESH A multistakeholder dialogue of success factors contributing to country progress on the health of women and children in Bangladesh was conducted to identify key enabling factors contributing to the improvements observed over the past 40 years. (...) The success factor analysis looks in more at how results have been achieved – with an emphasis on the overarching policy and management best practices both within the health sector and in health-enhancing investments in sectors outside of health. (...) Country policy report: Nepal pdf, 2.52Mb Ministry of Health and Population Nepal et al. (2014) Read more Nepal gears up for multistakeholder dialogue Peru 26-27 MARCH 2014 | LIMA, PERU A two day Success Factors multistakeholder dialogue brought together 60 participants to review and discuss the role of various sectors in the success of health and poverty alleviation in Peru and to analyse gaps and priority areas for improvement.
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Score: 432402.6 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/know.../successfactors/en/index2.html
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