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International Gender Champions Network UN Geneva Swap results Since 2012, the UN System-Wide Policy on Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women has served as an accountability framework for gender equality and women’s empowerment across the UN system. (...) Each entity reports on its UN-SWAP results annually. UN Geneva has provided reports since 2014. In addition, UN Geneva decided to make the reports public. 2019 UN Geneva SWAP Results 2018 UN Geneva SWAP Results 2017 UN Geneva SWAP Results 2016 UN Geneva SWAP Results 2015 UN Geneva SWAP Results 2014 UN Geneva SWAP Results Organizations FAO Visit website GAVI Visit website IGC Visit website ILO Visit website IOM Visit website ITC Visit website OHCHR Visit website UN Women Visit website UNCTAD Visit website UNDP Visit website UNECE Visit website UNESCO Visit website UNFPA Visit website UNICEF Visit website United Nations Office at Geneva Visit website UNOPS Visit website UNRISD Visit website WHO Visit website WTO Visit website Мы в социальных сетях Контактная информация КОНТАКТНАЯ ИНФОРМАЦИЯ Palais des Nations 1211 Geneva 1211, Switzerland Phone: +41 (0)22 917 1234 See location Практическая информация Посетителям Делегатам Постоянным представительствам Журналистам Подрядчикам Гражданскому обществу Учащимся и исследователям Соискателям   Доступность здания, информации и услуг УСЛОВИЯ ПОЛЬЗОВАНИЯ | КОНФИДЕНЦИАЛЬНОСТЬ © ООН ЖЕНЕВА Меню
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Score: 1063960.9 - https://www.ungeneva.org/ru/topics/gender
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P-INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN TAX MATTERS
Even a small withholding tax (e.g., 5 per cent of the taxpayer's payments under the swap agreement) is likely to be larger than the margin exploited by the transaction. (...) For example, if a business in country A entered into a swap with an investment bank in country B, the bank made no investment in country A but instead earned its income under the swap from activities and capital located in country B; payments by the country A business to the bank thus did not include any income of the bank from country A sources. (...) It was also noted that 1995 additions to the commentaries to the OECD Model Double Taxation Convention had clarified that because an interest swap was not a debt claim, payments under the swap were not subject to the interest article of the Convention. 35.
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Score: 1062899.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=ST/ESA/258&Lang=E
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Follow up actions and responsibilities: UNECE divisional focal points will continue to report on a yearly basis on the items in the UNECE SWAP Reporting. UNECE will share SWAP results with EXCOM (without additional resources for gender with the SDGU, the Unit cannot deliver any additional reports) starting with the results of the SWAP report for 2019. (...) The annual report on implementation of UNECE’s GAP is covered by the publication of the annual SWAP report, as the SWAP reporting is based on information received from the gender focal points on the implementation of the GAP. (...) Update the Gender Action Plans annually, based on results of previous year’s SWAP report, targeting the top priorities to address areas of weakness with a view to increasing SWAP indicator achievements in those areas by the end of that year.
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Score: 1060577.5 - https://unece.org/DAM/OPEN_UNE...luation_2019_-_Final_clean.pdf
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During the afternoon meeting, representatives of the following countries took the floor to make statements or put questions to the panellists:  Venezuela, Egypt, Spain, Morocco, Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Turkey, Indonesia and Austria.  A number of other participants, including civil society representatives, also took the floor. The United Nations Seminar on Assistance to the Palestinian People will continue at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, 1 April, at the United Nations Office at Vienna to continue Plenary II, titled “Looking ahead: prioritizing reconstruction tasks”, focusing on the issue of resolving Gaza’s critical water crisis.  (...) Following those presentations, a number of participants took the floor, including the representative of Austria , who asked, with regard to the installation of renewable energy-generating systems such as wind power, how the challenges regarding transportation in the Gaza Strip could be resolved. 
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Score: 1058091.8 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2015/gapal1329.doc.htm
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International Gender Champions Network UN Geneva Swap results Since 2012, the UN System-Wide Policy on Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women has served as an accountability framework for gender equality and women’s empowerment across the UN system. (...) Each entity reports on its UN-SWAP results annually. UN Geneva has provided reports since 2014. In addition, UN Geneva decided to make the reports public. 2019 UN Geneva SWAP Results 2018 UN Geneva SWAP Results 2017 UN Geneva SWAP Results 2016 UN Geneva SWAP Results 2015 UN Geneva SWAP Results 2014 UN Geneva SWAP Results Organizations FAO Visit website GAVI Visit website IGC Visit website ILO Visit website IOM Visit website ITC Visit website OHCHR Visit website UN Women Visit website UNCTAD Visit website UNDP Visit website UNECE Visit website UNESCO Visit website UNFPA Visit website UNICEF Visit website United Nations Office at Geneva Visit website UNOPS Visit website UNRISD Visit website WHO Visit website WTO Visit website Síganos y conecte con nosotros Contacto CONTACTO Palais des Nations 1211 Geneva 1211, Switzerland Phone: +41 (0)22 917 1234 See location Información práctica Visitantes Delegados Misiones Permanentes Periodistas Proveedores Sociedad civil Estudiantes e investigadores Oportunidades de empleo   Accesibilidad CONDICIONES DE UTILIZACIÓN | PRIVACIDAD © ONU GINEBRA Menú
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Score: 1057418.7 - https://www.ungeneva.org/es/topics/gender
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News Media advisories News Op-eds Press releases Speeches Weekly news Events All Events Committees Conferences Event Series Expert Group Meetings Forums Intergovernmental Meetings Ministerial Sessions Regional Consultations Regional Coordination Mechanism Seminars Special Events Webinars Workshops Data English العربية 19 Mar 2021 9:00–17:00 UTC+2 Beirut time Expert Group Meeting First Advisory Committee Meeting on Operationalizing the Climate/SDGs Debt Swap Mechanism Location Share ESCWA established an Advisory Committee to support the operationalization of the Debt-swap Mechanism. The Advisory Committee includes high level experts from the public and private sectors and academics who have contributed to implementing bilateral debt swaps or debt for nature swaps or have networked with creditors and donors. The objectives of this first meeting: ➢ Review global developments and initiatives in debt swap for climate and SDG finance as a means of debt relief and inclusive green recovery; ➢ Study pilot case(s) for operationalizing the Debt-swap Mechanism, including the development of technical assessments and term sheets, and specify the role of ESCWA in implementation arrangements, taking into consideration debtors, creditors, and donors’ perspectives; ➢ C larify the role of the advisory committee and the level of engagement of its members.
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Score: 1057330.7 - https://www.unescwa.org/events...limatesdgs-debt-swap-mechanism
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To ensure that ESCWA’s Climate/SDGs Debt Swap Mechanism can achieve transformational impact and spark the interest of relevant creditor governments, this study argues that it is necessary to look beyond traditional approaches to debt-for-climate/nature/development swaps. (...) In effect, debt swaps would be linked to KPIs at both the project and policy levels toward accelerating nature/climate action and SDGs progress. Projects eligible for the Debt Swap Mechanism should demonstrate the potential to positively impact one or several of these SDGs.
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Score: 1057260.2 - https://www.unescwa.org/public...indicators-climate-arab-region
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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON THE STUDY ON THE LONG-TERM ACCOMMODATIONS A
They are: individual workspaces (fully enclosed private offices and individual workstations); meeting rooms located on office floors, referred to as “small” and “medium-sized” meeting rooms, for anywhere from 2 to 16 occupants; focus booths; filing rooms; pantries; copy/work rooms; open meeting areas; lounges; and reception areas. (...) The buildable area of the North Lawn is bound on the south by the existing North Lawn Building (with two subterranean floors under the lawn); on the west by the multi-million-dollar main electrical supply, near the “Good Defeats Evil” statue outside the entrance to the North Lawn Building; and on the east by the service drive at the third basement level of the United Nations complex. 58. The combination of height and floor area constraints yields a maximum buildable area of approximately 535,000 gross square feet. 59.
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Score: 1057007.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/70/398&Lang=E
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. _____________________________ Abstract Messages on JCTVC-B081 are: · Swapping of code number assignment for motion vector predictor may help improvement. · Temporal predictor as well as spatial predictor is important. · In current TMuC motion vector predictor configuration is in SPS but it should rather be in SliceHeader. (...) Table 2.1 1.2 Simulation Result 2 Experiment -2: Code Number Swapping of Motion Predictors Current AMVP in TMuC assigns largest code number for the temporal predictor. In this section performance of code number swapping (smallest code number is assigned for the temporal predictor) is examined.
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Score: 1052713.5 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a..._10_C_Guangzhou/JCTVC-C166.doc
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Media Media advisories News Op-eds Press releases Weekly news Social media Videos Events All Events Committees Conferences Event Series Expert Group Meetings Forums Intergovernmental Meetings Ministerial Sessions Regional Consultations Regional Coordination Mechanism Seminars Special Events Webinars Workshops Data English العربية 13 Apr 2022 14:00–15:30 UTC+2 Beirut time Webinar Operationalizing climate/SDGs debt swaps Location Beirut, Lebanon Contact information Mr. (...) Climate/Sustainable Development Goals (SFG) debt swaps and debt-for-nature swaps offer opportunities to redirect resources. (...) This is complemented by an overview of the ESCWA Climate/SDGs Debt Swap and Donor Nexus Initiative for Arab states and the launch of the new ESCWA study “A regional framework for a debt swap mechanism and key performance indicators for climate action/SDGs progress in the Arab region”.
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Score: 1051583.4 - https://www.unescwa.org/events...alizing-climatesdgs-debt-swaps
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