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ILO's Director-General on the ArtWorks programme "Work is a transformative force in our society, and Art is also a powerful force for change – it inspires, and moves, people to act."  All supporters A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | V | W A 1974 AD rock band, Nepal - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Alice Eve actress, GB - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Akissi Delta actress, actress, Ivory Coast - supporter  against child labour Alexander Skarsgård actor, Sweden - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Allison Janney actress, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Alyssa Milano actress, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Ann Marie Simpson violinist, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Anne Archer actress, US - supporter of the  EndSlaveryNow campaign B Bete Mendes actress, Brazil - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign C Camila Pitanga actress and model, Brazil - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Carlos Saldanha director, Brazil - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Chaka Khan singer-songwriter, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Charlotte Jackson TV presenter, GB - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Cher singer, actress, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour and EndSlaveryNow campaigns CHIVAS football team US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Claudio Abbado conductor, Italy - supporter of the Music Against Child Labour initiative Colin Farrell actor, Ireland - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign D Dan Kennedy, football player US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour and  EndSlaveryNow campaigns Daniel Barenboim pianist and conductor, Argentina - supporter of the Music Against Child Labour initiative Danny Glover actor and director - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Dave Stewart musician, songwriter and record producer, GB - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign David Ginola football player, actor and model, France - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign David James Gandy model, GB - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign David Oyelowo actor, GB - supporter of the 50 for Freedom campaign   Demián Bichir actor, Mexico - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Dexter Fletcher actor and director, GB - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Diego Luna actor, Mexico - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Dira Paes actress, Brazil - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Dominic Lewis composer, GB - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign E Edoardo Ponti director, Italy/US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Eva Longoria actress, US - supporter of  gender equality in the workplace F Freida Pinto actress, India - supporter of 50 for Freedom campaign G Gilberto Miranda actor, Brazil - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Gloria Steinem feminist, journalist and social activist, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Greg Louganis Olympic diver and author, US - supporter against HIV/AIDS discrimination at work H Hans Zimmer composer and music producer, Germany - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour and EndSlaveryNow campaigns I Indira Varma actress, GB - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Ismail Ferdous photographer, Bangladesh - author of the exhibition So We Exist J Jada Pinkett Smith actress, singer-songwriter, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign James and Phil Younghusband football players, Philippines/GB - supporters of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Jason Atherton chef and TV presenter, UK - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Jason Sudeikis actor and screenwriter, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman model and actor, Canada - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Joaquín Furriell actor, Argentina - supporter of the 50 for Freedom campaign John Powell composer, GB - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Johnny Harris actor, GB - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Jon Tenney actor, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign José-Antonio Abreu pianist and conductor, Venezuela - supporter of the Music Against Child Labour initiative Josh Childress basketball player, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Juanes musician, Colombia - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Junes Zahdi actor, Germany - supporter against HIV/AIDS discrimination at work Junkie XL composer and multi-instrumentalist, The Netherlands/US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign K Kathleen “Bird” York actress, screenwriter and songwriter, US - supporter of the  EndSlaveryNow campaign Kathryn McCormick dancer and actress, US - supporter against modern slavery Kathy Griffin actress, comedian, writer, producer, and television host, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Kavi Ladnier actress, India - supporter of against HIV/AIDS discrimination at work Kellan Lutz model and actor, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Ken Watanabe actor, Japan - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign L Larry King TV and radio host, actor, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Le Cong Vinh football player, Vietnam - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Lili Hayd , violinist, vocalist and composer, Canada - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Lindiwe Bungane singer and actress, Zambia - supporter of the 50 for Freedom campaign Lisa Kristine photographer, US - supporter of the 50 for Freedom campaign LIZ singer, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Lorne Balfe composer and music producer, GB - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Luciana Carro actress, Canada - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign M Maria Bello actress and writer, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Mariana Renata actress, France & Indonesia - supporter against HIV/AIDS discrimination at work Marlee Matlin actress, author and activist, USA - ILO advocate for better inclusion of persons with disabilities Martin Sheen actor, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Mathew St. Patrick actor, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Melissa Fitzgerald actress, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour and EndSlaveryNow campaigns Mike Einziger musician, co-writer and guitarist of Incubus, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Mila Kunis actress, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Milton Nascimento singer-songwriter, Brazil - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Minh Dang anti-child trafficking activist, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Mrunal Thakur actress, model, INdia - supporter of 50 for Freedom campaign N Nico & Vinz singers and songwriters, Norway - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Nicolas Cage actor and producer, US - author of a message of support against child labour O Oliver Stone director, screenwriter, producer, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Olivia Wilde actress and producer, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Osmar Prado actor and writer, Brazil - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign P Patrick John Flueger actor, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Paul Haggis screenwriter, producer, and director, Canada - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Pharrell Williams singer-songwriter, US - supporter of  green jobs for youth and for the Red Card to Child Labour and EndSlaveryNow campaigns  Pilar Jurado singer and composer, Spain - supporter of the Music Against Child Labour initiative Priscila Camargo actress, Brazil - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Q Q'orianka Kilcher actress and singer, Germany/US - supporter of  indigenous people’s rights , Red Card to Child Labour and EndSlaveryNow campaigns R Ratidzo Mambo actress, Zimbabwe - supporter against HIV/AIDS discrimination at work RJ Mitte actor, US - disabilities  awareness supporter Robin Wright actress, US -  supporter of the 50 for Freedom campaign   Rob Morrow actor and director, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Ron Howard actor, producer and director, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign, attended Una Notte Verde Rugby Calvisano rugby club, Italy - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Ryan Ochoa actor, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign S Sasha Alexander actress, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Sérgio Mendes musician, Brazil - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Serj Tankian singer-songwriter and composer, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Sharon Stone actress, US - supporter against HIV/AIDS discrimination at work Sheila E singer, drummer and percussionist, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Sienna Tiggy Guillory actress, GB - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Sophia Bush actress, director, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Susan Sarandon actress, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign T Tabrez Noorani producer, director, writer, India - supporter of 50 for Freedom campaign Texas Battle actor, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Tim Roth actor and director, GB - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour and EndSlaveryNow campaigns Toni Collette actress and musician, Australia - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign Travis Barker musician, drummer of Blink-182, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign V Vienna Teng musician, pianist, song-writer, US - supporter against modern slavery Vladimir Derevianko dancer, Russia - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign W Wagner Moura actor, Brazil - Goodwill Ambassador with a focus on forced labour and advocate for the Red Card to Child Labour campaign Contact us campaigns@ilo.org Stay tuned Watch all ArtWorks videos on Youtube Goodwill Ambassador Award-winning Brazilian actor Wagner Moura is the new ILO's Goodwill Ambassador with a focus on forced labour © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 191122.92 - https://www.ilo.org/global/abo...works/about/lang--en/index.htm
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Score: 190734.22 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...tion_data_collection_form.xlsx
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Score: 190119.13 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...u-t/g/g774.1/2001/CHANGES.html
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For the YUV format, 4:4:4, 4:2:2 and 4:2:0 samplings shall be supported. Furthermore coding of colorimetry information (e.g. color primaries) shall be supported. · The standard shall support real-time decompression of moving pictures. · The standard shall support real-time compression of moving pictures. (...) For the YUV format, 4:4:4, 4:2:2 and 4:2:0 samplings shall be supported. Furthermore coding of colorimetry information (e.g. color primaries) shall be supported. 2.2.3 Subtitles · The standard shall support the coding of textual and graphical subtitles. 3 Audio 3.1 Requirements for Archive · The standard shall support lossless representation of audio. · The standard shall support up to 16 channels. · The standard shall support up to 96000 samples per second per channel. · The standard shall support up to 24 bits per sample. 3.2 Requirements for Distribution · The standard shall support lossless representation of audio. · The standard shall support efficient audibly lossless compression of audio. · The standard shall support up to 16 channels. · The standard shall support up to 96000 samples per second per channel. · The standard shall support up to 24 bits per sample. 4 Systems 4.1 Requirements for Archive · The standard shall support synchronization of moving and still pictures, subtitles, captions, audio, and metadata streams. · The standard shall support efficient carriage of multi-lingual captions. · The standard shall support efficient carriage of metadata. 4.2 Requirements for Distribution · Composition: · The standard shall support composition of moving and still pictures and subtitles. · The standard shall support synchronization of moving and still pictures, subtitles, audio, captions, and metadata streams. · The standard shall support multiple streams of moving and still pictures, subtitles, audio, captions, and metadata, to be played back in a sequence. (...) Viewer customization shall be supported. 4. Viewer interaction shall be supported. 5.
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Score: 190060.33 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/0104_Aus/VCEG-M65.doc
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Microsoft PowerPoint - 2009 09 Session13 DS Exercises.ppt Domestic supportDomestic support Practical exercisesPractical exercises alicja.wielgus@wto.orgalicja.wielgus@wto.org Workshop on Agriculture Notifications Geneva, 22-24 September 2009 2 Domestic support - Exercise #1 The following domestic support measures have been notified by WTO Members. (...) ----------------------------------------------------- Excerpts from the Uruguay Round Schedule and "Agricultural Suporting Tables" (AGST) are: --------------- Base Total AMS = $230 million --------------- Supporting Table 6 AGRICULTURAL NEGOTIATIONS: SUPPORTING DATA DOMESTIC SUPPORT: X Aggregate Measurements of Support: Market Price Support Description of basic products Measure type(s) Applied administered price ($/tonne) External reference price ($/tonne) Eligible production (tonne) Associated fees / levies Total market price support ($ million) Data sources Comments 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 WHEAT 1986 120.0 95.0 3,000,000 75.0 1) 1987 120.0 85.0 3,000,000 105.0 1) 1988 120.0 105.0 3,000,000 45.0 1) AVG 120.0 95.0 75.0 CATTLE 1986 1,400.0 1,000.0 25,000 10.0 1) 1987 1,500.0 1,200.0 22,000 6.6 1) 1988 1,600.0 1,400.0 20,000 4.0 1) AVG 1,500.0 1,200.0 6.9 1) National statistics 4 Exercise #2 Table DS:1 DOMESTIC SUPPORT: name of Member REPORTING PERIOD: calendar year, marketing year, etc. (...) Exercise #2 (cont’d) 14 Supporting Table DS:5 DOMESTIC SUPPORT: name of Member REPORTING PERIOD: calendar year, marketing year, etc.
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Score: 189824.41 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...wkshop_sep09_e/session13_e.pdf
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The visit was supported by the Government of the People’s Republic of China. (...) Government of Japan General Administrative, logistical & management support $6,471 68th Session 1. Government of the Republic of Italy To support Post-2015 Development Agenda $50,000 2. (...) Government of the Republic of India General Administrative, logistical & management support $250,000 2. Government of Hungary General Administrative, logistical & management support $56,970 3.
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Score: 189678.31 - https://www.un.org/pga/76/transparency-ethics/
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DS Domestic Support Handbook on agriculture notifi cations 41 Table DS:1 Current total aggregate measurement of support Table DS:1 STRUCTURE OF A TYPICAL1 TABLE DS:1 NOTIFICATION Table DS:1 Supporting Table DS:1 (Green Box) Supporting Table DS:2 (Development programmes) Supporting Table DS:3 (Blue Box) Supporting Table DS:4 (Current Total AMS ) Exempt support Non-exempt or Amber support Supporting Table DS:5 (Market price support) Supporting Table DS:6 (Non-exempt direct payments) Supporting Table DS:7 (OTHER product-specifi c support and Total product-specifi c AMS) Supporting Table DS:8 (Product-specifi c EMS) Supporting Table DS:9 (Non-product-specifi c AMS) 1 The composition of an actual notifi cation may not necessarily contain all supporting tables shown above and would, inter alia, depend on the nature of the various domestic support measures applied by a notifying Member in the relevant year, as shown in the various case examples below. (...) These three supporting tables cover “exempt” categories of support. (...) Market price support ST DS:5 Support measures for all products receiving market price support are reported here along with necessary calculations.
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Score: 189633.33 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...top_e/agric_e/ag_notif_3_e.pdf
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Departure management Indicator: Percentage of international aerodromes with DMAN Supporting metric: Number of international airport DMAN 3. (...) QMS for AIM Indicator: % of States QMS Certified Supporting Metric: number of States QMS Certification 2. e-TOD implementation Indicator: % of States e-TOD Implemented Supporting Metric: number of States with e-TOD Implemented 3. (...) Flexible Routing Indicator: % of PBN routes implemented Supporting Metric: KG of Fuel savings Supporting Metric: Tons of CO2 reduction APIRG/20 Report Appendix 2.7.6 ASBU B0-NOPS: Planning Targets and Implementation Progress Elements Applicability Performance Indicators/Supporting Metrics Targets Status 1.
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Score: 189321.09 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Docu...ion%20Status_APIRG20%20Rpt.pdf
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When ? What domestic support policies ?What domestic support policies ? (...) Product-Specific Aggregate Measurements of Support: Market Price Support Description of basic products Calendar / marketing year beginning ... (...) From AGST/BRAFrom AGST/BRA 27 Supporting Table DS:6 DOMESTIC SUPPORT: name of Member REPORTING PERIOD: calendar year, marketing year, etc.
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Score: 189232.86 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...wkshop_sep09_e/session12_e.pdf
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Contributions to the OPGA Trust Fund for the 73rd session   DATE CONTRIBUTOR PROJECT COMMITMENT July 2018 India General administrative, logistical and management support USD 250,000 July 2018 Hungary General administrative, logistical and management support USD 50,000 August 2018 Kingdom of Morocco General administrative, logistical and management support USD 10,000 August 2018 Georgia General administrative, logistical and management support USD 86,910 September 2018 State of Qatar General administrative, logistical and management support USD 500,000 September 2018 United Arab Emirates General administrative, logistical and management support USD 300,000 September 2018 State of Kuwait General administrative, logistical and management support USD 150,000 September 2018 People’s Republic of China General administrative, logistical and management support USD 300,000 September 2018 Republic of Turkey General administrative, logistical and management support USD 60,000 October 2018 Italy General administrative, logistical and management support USD 150,000 November 2018 Pakistan General administrative, logistical and management support USD 10,000 November 2018 Nigeria General administrative, logistical and management support USD 10,000 December 2018 Republic of Cyprus General administrative, logistical and management support USD 5,700 December 2018 Ireland General administrative, logistical and management support EUR 130,000 January 2019 Portugal General administrative, logistical and management support EUR 10,000 February 2019 Principality of Monaco Campaign against plastic pollution EUR 20,000 February 2019 Sultanate of Oman General administrative, logistical and management support USD 50,000 February 2019 Japan Sustaining Peace, SDGs, and general administrative, logistical and management support USD 49,554 June 2019 Republic of Korea Promoting the rights of persons with disabilities USD 30,019.42 August 2019 The Russian Federation General administrative, logistical and management support USD 20,000 Contributions to the Trust Fund are reported after receipt. 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To date, the President has traveled on official visits to:   From 5 June 2018 (election) to 18 September 2018 (assumption of office) China and India , 6 – 14 August 2018, (supported by the Governments of China and India) Japan , 29 – 31 August 2018, (supported by the Government of Japan)   From 18 September 2018 onward Switzerland and the Vatican , 22 – 31 October 2018 (supported by the UN regular budget) France , November 8 -13, 2018 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Canada , November 25-26 2018  (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Poland , 30 November – 3 December 2018 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Morocco , 7 – 12 December 2018 (supported by the Kingdom of Morocco and the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Qatar , 13 – 16 December 2018 (supported by the State of Qatar) Pakistan , 18 to 22 January 2019 (supported by Pakistan and the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Oman , 22-25 January 2019 (supported by the Sultanate of Oman) United Arab Emirates , 9-12 February 2019 (supported by the United Arab Emirates) Switzerland , 24-26 February 2019 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Belgium ,  2-5 March 2019  (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Finland , 5-7 March 2019 (supported by the Republic of Finland) Argentina, 19-22 March 2019 (supported by Argentina and the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Mexico , 1-3 April 2019 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Cuba , 3-6 April 2019 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Chad , 4-6 May 2019 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Nigeria , 6-8 May 2019 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Ghana , 8-11 May 2019 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) The Vatican , 26 – 28 May 2019 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Antigua and Barbuda , 31 May-2 June 2019 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Switzerland,  9 -11 June 2019 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) China, 16-20 June 2019 (supported by the People’s Republic of China) Portugal, 20-23 June 2019 (supported by the government of Portugal and the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Egypt, 2-5 July 2019 (supported by the government of Egypt and the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Jordan , 21 – 24 July 2019 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Russia , 28-31 July 2019 (supported by the government of Russia and the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) The United Kingdom, 4th – 7th August 2019 (supported by YMCA and the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Bolivia, 8th- 9th August 2019 (supported by the government of Bolivia and the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Austria , 22nd- 25th August 2019 (supported by the government of Austria and the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Salt Lake City, 27th- 29th August 2019 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Slovenia, 1-3 September 2019 (supported by the government of Slovenia and the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) The Hague, 3-4 September 2019 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Information on the staff of the Office of the President The staff of the Office of the President of the UN General Assembly (OPGA) are identifiable through their  biographies on the website . (...) Information on the Trust Fund of previous sessions of the General Assembly GA Session Contributor  Project Commitment 64 th  session (Sep 2009 – Sep 2010) Government of Norway Thematic Debate on Disarmament USD 50,134 Government of Algeria Thematic Debate on Disarmament USD 10,000 Government of Egypt Thematic Debate on Disarmament USD 10,000 65 th  session (Sep 2010 – Sep 2011) Government of the Republic of Korea Staffing USD 126,500 Government of Italy Staffing USD 265,000 Government of Slovenia Thematic Debates during 65 th  session, including on Least Developed Countries USD 7,060 Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation Thematic Debates for the preparation of 4 th  Least Developed Countries Conference (including other thematic debates during the 65 th  session) USD 59,700 MacArthur Foundation Thematic Debate on International Migration and Development USD 37,178 67 th  session (Sep 2012 – Sep 2013)  Government of Qatar  USD 100,000 Government of Luxembourg For initiatives in the area of the reform and revitalization of the UN USD 12,872 Government of People’s Republic of China General administrative, logistical and management support USD 300,000 Government of Turkey General administrative, logistical and management support USD 60,000 Government of Japan USD 6,471 68 th  session (Sep 2013 – Sep 2014) Government of Italy To support Post-2015 Development Agenda USD 50,000 Government of Antigua and Barbuda Concert USD 47,164 69 th  session (Sep 2014 – Sep 2015)  Government of United Arab Emirates  General administrative, logistical and management support  USD 50,000 Government of South Africa General administrative, logistical and management support USD 50,000 70th session (Sep 2015 – Sep 2016) Government of Turkey High-Level Thematic Debates USD 50,000 Government of People’s Republic of China General administrative, logistical and management support USD 300,000 Government of Ireland Staffing USD 114,038 Government of Denmark High-Level Thematic Debates USD 365,593 Government of Germany General administrative, logistical and management support USD 56,150 Government of Kazakhstan High-Level Thematic Debate on UN, Peace and Security USD 15,207 71st session (Sep 2016 – Sep 2017) Government of the Republic India General administrative, logistical and management support USD 250,000 Government of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan General administrative, logistical and management support USD 25,000 Government of the Democratic Republic of Timor Leste Support for SDGs, Oceans, Climate Change USD 200,000 Government of People’s Republic of China General administrative, logistical and management support USD 300,000 Government of United Arab Emirates General administrative, logistical and management support USD 100,000 Government of State of Qatar General administrative, logistical and management support USD 250,000 Government of the State of Kuwait General administrative, logistical and management support USD 150,000 Government of the Republic of Turkey General administrative, logistical and management support USD 100,000 Government of the Slovak Republic General administrative, logistical and management support USD 10,423 72nd session (Sep 2017 – Sep 2018) Government of India General administrative, logistical and management support USD 250,000 Government of Hungary General administrative, logistical and management support USD 56,970 Government of Turkey General administrative, logistical and management support USD 60,000 Government of the Slovak Republic General administrative, logistical and management support USD 178,500 Government of the United Arab Emirates General administrative, logistical and management support USD 300,000 Government of the State of Qatar General administrative, logistical and management support USD 500,000 Government of the State of Kuwait General administrative, logistical and management support USD 150,000 Government of Georgia To support funding of the position of Consultant for Legal Affairs USD 30,000 Government of Luxembourg To support initiatives on prevention and mediation in sustaining peace, including the high-level meeting of the General Assembly on sustaining peace foreseen in April 2018 USD 11,783 Government of Ireland General administrative, logistical and management support USD 152,917 Government of the People’s Republic of China General administrative, logistical and management support USD 300,000 Government of Cyprus General administrative, logistical and management support USD 8,330 Government of the Federal Republic of Germany To support initiatives on prevention and mediation in sustaining peace, including the high-level meeting of the General Assembly on sustaining peace foreseen in April 2018 USD 300,000 Government of the Kingdom of Bahrain General administrative, logistical and management support USD 100,000 Government of Japan To support initiatives on prevention, mediation, sustaining peace, Sustainable Development Goals, and to provide general 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Score: 188863.83 - https://www.un.org/pga/73/about/ethics-and-transparency/
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