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Article | 20 October 2019 Future business leaders from Southwestern University PHINMA, University of San Carlos and Cebu State College of Science and Technology participated in the training Philippines, Cebu (ILO News) - Kimberly Tee feels her corn milling company is on the right track when it comes to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in her workplace. “This training has confirmed that most of what we are doing is right,” she says, “(but) some aspects need to be reviewed as we may be doing them wrong.” Tee, the General Manager/Owner of Atlas Cebu Corn Mill Corporation, is participating in the ILO’s Training Module on Corporate and Social Responsibility. (...) It does this through research, policy advocacy, establishing forums for best practice dialogue among businesses and through training.  Kimberly Tee, Owner/Manager, Atlas Cebu Corn Mill Corporation Tee, who attended with 20 representatives from enterprises-members of the Mandaue Chamber of Commerce, found the sessions on wage and benefits as well as freedom of association as the most useful part of the training.
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Score: 1140356.6 - https://www.ilo.org/asia/media...WCMS_724991/lang--en/index.htm
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Still further deliverables related to this programme are yet to come, but from an overall standpoint our shared goal was to bring together all the essential elements in order to provide an effective and knowledgable high-level training programme for DGCAs. 5. It’s our expectation that this programme will present you with a unique learning experience and permit you to benefit from the experience and best practices of your DGCA predecessors. 6. (...) Bernard Lim, as well Singapore’s Representative on the Council of ICAO, Mr. Tee Chiou Ng. 9. In closing, I would like to acknowledge and thank our speakers for sharing their time and expertise with us, while wishing all of you a very productive and beneficial programme. 10.
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Score: 1132362.8 - https://www.icao.int/Documents...190109_DGCA__AVSEC_opening.pdf
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LAWS AND REGULATIONS PROMULGATED TO GIVE EFFECT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL TREATIES ON NARCOTIC DRUGS AND PSYCHOTROPIC SUBSTANCES : UNITED STATES OF AMERICA / COMMUNICATED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
--In carrying out this paragraph, the United States Sentencing Commission shall- (A) if the offense created a substantial risk of harm to human life (other than a life described in subparagraph (B)) or the environment, increase the base offense level for the offense- (i) by not less than 3 offense levels above the applicable level in effect on the date of the enactment of this Act; or (ii) if the resulting base offense level after an increase under clause (i) would be less than level 27, to not less than level 27; or (B) if the offense created a substantial risk of harm to the life of a minor or incompetent, increase the base offense level for (4) the recent increase in the illegal and precursor chemicals. importation of amphetamine the offense- (i) by not less than 6 offense levels above the applicable level in effect on the date of the enactment of this Act; or (ii) if the resulting base offense level after an increase under clause (i) would be less than level 30, to not less than level 30 (...) --It is the sense of the Congress that- (1) the base offense levels for Ecstasy are too low, particularly for high- level traffickers, and should be increased, such that they are comparable to penalties for other drugs of abuse; and (2) based on the fact that importation of Ecstasy has surged in the past few years, the traffickers are targeting the Nation's youth, and the use of Ecstasy among youth in the United States is increasing even as other drug use E/NL.2007/50-54 Page 18 among this population appears to be leveling off, the base offense levels for importing and trafficking the controlled substances described in subsection (a) should be increased.
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Icha pei 07/20/2021 Senen awe Mesko tee senen akaibo Icha pei 07/14/2021 Kirika wisha Onanwe mesko jawekibo UNICEFnin akai jatibi bakebo jakon iti kopi, netetibi, jatibian. Joi janbisai 11/07/2020 Niwe itan meken bokichi awe jatibi xontakobo itan ranonbo ko Shinanwe westiora Perú jakon jatibi ranonbaona Icha pei 01/05/2020 Contáctanos Jatibi onanabo ointi Icha pei 07/29/2019 Jawe kopiki kikin jaweki iki bake iti Jaskaxon papabaon jakon akin jaton bakebo aniati onanti yoi ika Tsama 07/28/2019 Noa jansoayamawe Noa akin shinanxon tee awe Ikamatian 1 1 2 3 Winoti Footer - sh Jaweboki non akai Wishakan yoiya Moatian ikabo yoiti Kirika wisha Jaweranorin noa Carabayllo Huancavelica Loreto Okaya parora Jato akinwe Social Footer Secondary Contáctanos Koshi joi
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Score: 1129718.4 - https://www.unicef.org/peru/shp/taxonomy/term/721
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We make a call to you to help spread the word by putting one of the following banners on your website or by using other materials such as posters, tee-shirts or desktop wallpapers. On this special occasion, the main focus of the campaign is on water quality, as it is the theme for this year's World Water Day, but all along the year Water Smart will continue to call attention on different water and sanitation issues. (...) Letterhead/footer Include this image in your letterheads or footers for your documents, bills or any other materials to make the initiative known. 210x35 mm 210 x 35mm [JPG format] Tee-shirt templates Choose a template. Print out the image onto transfer paper and follow the instructions given with the transfer paper to print your T-Shirt! (...) >> Outcome Document from OWG on Sustainable Development Goals >> A Post-2015 Global Goal for Water: Synthesis of key findings and recommendations from UN-Water >> Post 2015 Water Thematic Consultation Report >> Report of the High-Level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Development Agenda >> UN-Water section on water in the post-2015 process >> UN post-2015 agenda >> DESA section on Post-2015 >> JMP Post-2015 global monitoring >> Sustainable Development Goals e-Inventory >> Summary of Stock taking meeting of Intergovernmental Negotiations on the Post-2015 Development Agenda >> Synthesis Report of the Secretary-General on the Post-2015 Agenda Get informed!
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Score: 1129074 - https://www.un.org/waterforlifedecade/watersmart.shtml
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The US$ 4.5 mil lion will be used to fund an im proved man age ment struc ture pi lot plan in which the Steering Com mit tee will pro vide pol icy over sight and guid ance. (...) UNDP pledged US$ 300,000, and the World Bank in formed the Steering Com - mit tee it had pro posed to its De vel op ment Grant Fa cil ity a con tri bu tion of US$ 1.5 mil lion to be made to the IF Trust Fund. (...) Some con cern was ex pressed about the high level and va ri ety of ad di tional im port taxes.
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Score: 1113420.1 - https://www.wto.org/spanish/res_s/focus_s/focus52_e.pdf
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Carlos Ruiz Massieu, Chairperson of the Advisory Commi}tee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions (ACABQ) for introducing the respective report, contained in document A/71/632. (...) Nevertheless, the Group will work for the approval of an appropriate level of resources for the implementation of the two Agendas including the strengthening of the regional commissions and the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) that the report failed to comprehensively address.
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Score: 1112301.1 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...enda_Thailand(G77andChina).pdf
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AFRSD_8TH Outcome Summary 8th Session of the Africa Regional Forum on Sustainable Development - Live Side Event Theme: Equitable Education Designed for Change ~ 4 March, 2022: Room MH4: Kigali Convention Center, Rwanda Key Organizers: Africa Universities Fund; African Diaspora for Good Governance; AgroBiz.org and The City of Kigali Other Partners: Rwanda Convention Bureau (RCB), Rwanda Cooperative Agency (RCA), Ministry of Local Government (MINALOC), Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning (MINECOFIN), and SDG Center for Africa (NGO) Moderator: Lady Tee Thompson, Former UNA-USA Global Goals Ambassador & Executive Director of AgroBiz.org (International Private Sector Firm) - Emphasized on how municipalities are the nexus for planning, implementation and execution of changing systems to all major stakeholder groups inclusive of marginalized communities. (...) Alice Ababo; Business Development Specialist; Local Administrative Entities Development Agency (LODA) Insisted that eliminating all gender disparities in education can guarantee equal and affordable access to quality appropriate education at all levels. 4. Dr. Sylvie Mucyo; Deputy Vice Chancellor for Research and Institutional Advancement, Rwanda Polytechnic: - There is an urgent need to mobilize more financial investments in agriculture/agribusiness, conservation and biodiversity training and lifelong education Consensus: ● The five pillars of people, planet, prosperity, peace and partnerships are enshrined to pervade against the most egregious, absurd and discriminatory practices that hold marginalized communities, women & girls back. ● Africa is far behind in SDGs implementation and that the COVID-19 has exacerbated, stalled progress and in many cases erased the gains made in the last few years. ● Mainstreaming municipalities for both Agendas is critical and indispensable in creating the Africa we want with a responsive gender implementation. ● Time is of the essence and all stakeholders including the poor, persons with disabilities, women and children, etc must be mobilized through equitable education designed for change if agenda 2030 and 2063 must be achieved. (...) Key organizers will meet soon on follow-up actions Next Steps to Consider: With the City of Kigali as the proposed Focal Point City, organizers would want to build the Africa Municipalities Roundtable for the Agenda’s so as to build political will and attract resources to implement policies and projects at the local levels; meet with and educate policymakers as to why SDGs is a priority for every African; educate key audiences, including the media; make African municipalities the engine for pushing progress on the implementation of both the Agenda 2030 and Agenda 2063; Conduct cross-cultural exchanges; bridge the gap between urban and rural SDGs progress; and communicate this outcome to the High Level Political Forum in July, 2022.
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Score: 1111571.9 - https://www.uneca.org/sites/de...20Page%20Outcome%20Summary.pdf
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PROPOSAL TO LIST DICOFOL IN ANNEXES A, B AND/OR C TO THE STOCKHOLM CONVENTION ON PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS
Information on remote contamination associated to dicofol has been reported via DDT/DDE levels that occur as impurity of technical dicofol. (...) In a recent study by Liu et al. (2012) however, the interaction mechanism at molecular level between dicofol and one of the serine proteases a-chymotrypsin in aqueous medium was investigated. (...) Lavado et al (2004)18 showed that dicofol can inhibit testosterone glucuronidation in an in vitro test system (carp liver microsomes) in the same manner as tributyltin.
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BOP re stric tions The Chair man of the Com mit tee on Bal ance-of-Payments Re stric tions, Amb. (...) Boniface Guwa Chidyausiku (Zim ba bwe); • Com mit tee on Trade and En vi ron ment: Amb. Alejandro Jara Puga (Chile); • Com mit tee on Trade and De vel op ment: Amb. (...) Hernando José Gomez (Co lom bia); • Com mit tee on Re gional Trade Agree ments: Mme. Laurence Dubois-Destrizais (France); • Com mit tee on Bud get, Fi nance and Ad min is tra - tion: Amb.
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Score: 1100904.3 - https://www.wto.org/spanish/res_s/focus_s/focus51_e.pdf
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