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QUADRENNIAL REPORTS FOR THE PERIOD 2005-2008 SUBMITTED BY NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS IN CONSULTATIVE STATUS WITH THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL THROUGH THE SECRETARY-GENERAL PURSUANT TO COUNCIL RESOLUTION 1996/31 : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Mata Amritanandamayi Math . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 5. Peace Worldwide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 6. (...) Construction de logements pour les sans-logis et les habitants des taudis : 30 500 logements construits sur un total de 125 000 prévus, bénéficiant de services collectifs de distribution, notamment d’eau courante et de l’évacuation des eaux usées, et de la présence d’écoles et de magasins. 5. Peace Worldwide (Statut consultatif spécial : 2005) I. (...) Coopération avec des organes ou des institutions spécialisées des Nations Unies sur le terrain ou au Siège : Peace Worldwide s’est occupé de plusieurs questions touchant les droits de l’homme et les droits des minorités au Pakistan.
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Ponctuation: 1023164.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=E/C.2/2010/2/ADD.21&Lang=F
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Technical support was provided to regional configurations (the African Union, the East African Community (ECA), the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA), the Southern African Development Community (SADC)) and individual ACP states in their preparation for EPA negotiations on specific technical issues such as agriculture, market access issues, services, new issues and WTO compatibility. (...) Applications have been filed for ten other products; (g) With a view to improving distributional gains from trade, online and real time information on fish prices at important markets and landing sites is provided on a daily basis. This pilot initiative of providing comprehensive and relevant market information has helped the fisherfolk maximize their returns. 43.
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Ponctuation: 1020501.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=UNCTAD/SUC/2009/1&Lang=F
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REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS ON ITS 2017 REGULAR SESSION, NEW YORK, 30 JANUARY TO 8 FEBRUARY AND 24 FEBRUARY 2017
E/2017/32 (Part I) 17-03357 (F) 2/66 b) De reclasser deux organisations non gouvernementales ayant le statut consultatif; c) De noter que le Comité a décidé de prendre acte du changement de nom de six organisations non gouvernementales; d) De noter que le Comité a pris acte des rapports quadriennaux de 352 organisations non gouvernementales, dont des rapports nouveaux ou déjà présentés; e) De clore, sans préjudice de nouvelles demandes, l’examen des demandes d’admission au statut consultatif présentées par 31 organisations non gouvernementales qui n’ont pas répondu aux questions qui leur ont été posées à deux sessions consécutives; f) De clore l’examen des demandes d’İstanbul Fikir Araştırmaları Derneği et de Hazar Strateji Enstitüsü Derneği; g) De ne pas accorder le statut consultatif à l’organisation non gouvernementale Christian Solidarity Worldwide. Aux termes du projet de décision II, le Conseil déciderait de retirer son statut consultatif à l’organisation non gouvernementale Kimse Yok Mu. (...) Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice KARP Kejibaus Youth Development Initiative Kenya Alliance for the Advancement of Children Kerman Raad Kindernothilfe Kosmos Associates Krityanand UNESCO Club Jamshedpur Kuwait Association for the Basic Evaluators for Human Rights Kyung Hee University Land is Life Lassalle-Institut LDC Watch Les enfants de Frankie Liberian United Youth for Community Safety and Development Licht für die Welt – Christoffel Entwicklungszusammenarbeit Lutheran World Federation Major Alliance Education Centre Make Mothers Matter E/2017/32 (Part I) 17-03357 (F) 22/66 Manavata Match International Centre Médecins du monde (international) Mediators beyond Borders Mother Care Foundation Mother’s Union Mountain Institute Movement for the Protection of the African Child Movimiento Cubano por la Paz y la Soberanía de los Pueblos Mundo sin Guerras National Advocates for Pregnant Women National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs National Coalition against Racial Discrimination National Council of Women of Great Britain Network of Non-Governmental Organizations of Trinidad and Tobago for the Advancement of Women New Future Foundation NGO Coordination post Beijing Switzerland NGO Health Committee Ngoma Club Nigeria-Togo Association Nippon International Cooperation for Community Development Norwegian Refugee Council Observatorio Mexicano de la Crisis ODHIKAR: Coalition for Human Rights OISCA International, South India Chapter (2011-2014) Okedongmu Children in Korea Okogun Odigie Safewomb International Foundation Organisation camerounaise pour la protection de l’arbre Organisation pour la communication en Afrique et de promotion de la coopération économique internationale Organisation technique européenne du pneumatique et de la jante Pacific Disability Forum Pan European Forest Certification Council Partnership for Global Justice E/2017/32 (Part I) 23/66 17-03357 (F) Partnership for Indigenous Peoples Environment Peace Education Foundation Peace Operation Training Institute Peace Parks Foundation Peacebuilding Solutions People for Successful Corean Reunification People to People People with Disabilities Uganda Pesticide Action Nexus Association Planetary Association for Clean Energy Plataforma Portuguesa para os Direitos das Mulheres Plateforme pour le développement durable des Caraïbes Population Connection Population Council Pos Keadilan Peduli Ummat Pragya Priests for Life Project One Public Union of Citizens “International Centre of Education of Georgian and German Women” Quaker Earthcare Witness Rainforest Partnership Release Legal Emergency and Drugs Service Relief International Research Centre for Feminist Action Right to Play Rural Development Organization Salamander Trust Saratoga Foundation for Women Worldwide Scalabrini International Migration Network Search for Common Ground Shinji Shumeikai Ship and Ocean Foundation Sigma Theta Tau, National Honorary Society of Nursing Sir William Beveridge Foundation E/2017/32 (Part I) 17-03357 (F) 24/66 Smile Foundation Social Action Forum for Manav Adhikar Social Service Agency of the Protestant Church in Germany Society for the Protection and Assistance of Socially Disadvantaged Individuals Society for the Protection of the Rights of the Child Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (2011-2014) Society for Threatened Peoples (2005-2008) Society of Catholic Medical Missionaries Society Studies Centre Solar Cookers International Solidarité agissante pour le développement familial Soroptimist International Sri Swami Madhavananda World Peace Council Stichting Global Reporting Initiative Stichting Rutgers WPF Stichting Spanda Women and Modern World Centre Women’s Association of Macau Women’s Health and Education Organization World Heart Federation e) De clore, sans préjudice de nouvelles demandes, l’examen des demandes d’admission au statut consultatif présentées par les 31 organisations ci-après, qui n’ont pas répondu aux questions posées par les membres du Comité malgré trois rappels effectués au cours de deux sessions consécutives : Association consortium pour les aires et territoires du patrimoine autochtone et communautaire Association for Trauma Outreach and Prevention Association mondiale pour l’échange culturel, artistique et artisanal Association pour la solidarité et développement durable Assyrian National Congress Collectif des familles de disparu(e)s en Algérie Connections for Afghanistan Research and Prosperity Organization Crisis Management Initiative Fon Foundation Global Federation of Competitiveness Councils HealthBridge Foundation of Canada E/2017/32 (Part I) 25/66 17-03357 (F) Human Aid UK Humanity Family Foundation for Peace and Development Institute for Multi-track Diplomacy International Clergy Association International Police Commission Philippine Command Association Iraqi Association for Public Policy and Administration Ishaatool Mohammadiya Research and Development Foundation, Shevgaon Kepa Ry, Kepa Rf Liberia Youth Initiative for Peace and Sustainable Development Marijuana Policy Project Media and Gender Enlightenment Initiative Promundo-US Public Interest Advocacy Centre Re-evaluation Foundation Stichting Child and Youth Finance International Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania Vision Africa Give a Child a Future World Christian Association for Peace and Assistance Ministry International World Food Logistics Organization f) De clore l’examen des demandes d’İstanbul Fikir Araştırmaları Derneği et de Hazar Strateji Enstitüsü Derneği; g) De ne pas accorder le statut consultatif à l’organisation non gouvernementale Christian Solidarity Worldwide. (...) Projet de décision VI Demande de retrait du statut consultatif Le Conseil économique et social prend acte de la demande de l ’organisation non gouvernementale suivante, qui souhaite être rayée de la liste des organisations dotées du statut consultatif en raison de sa dissolution : Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Market Women’s Fund Projet de décision VII Rapport du Comité chargé des organisations non gouvernementales sur les travaux de sa session ordinaire de 2017 Le Conseil économique et social prend note du rapport du Comité chargé des organisations non gouvernementales sur les travaux de sa session ordinaire de 2017.
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Ponctuation: 1017733.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...n&DS=E/2017/32 (PART I)&Lang=F
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON THE EFFECTS OF FOREIGN DEBT AND OTHER RELATED INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS OF STATES ON THE FULL ENJOYMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS, PARTICULARLY ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, JUAN BOHOSLAVSKY - MISSION TO ICELAND
For example, in 2009, the Unemployment Insurance and Labour Market Measures Complaints Committee decided only 17 cases, while in 2014, it rendered decisions in 101 cases, including overturning six decisions of the Directorate of Labour. (...) A/HRC/28/59/Add.1 GE.15-05980 9 richest countries in the world, with the fourth-highest gross domestic product (GDP) per capita worldwide. From 2003, the public Housing Financing Fund was allowed to provide loans to cover up to 90 per cent of the market value of a house, below a certain ceiling. Commercial banks entered the mortgage loan market, frequently offering better terms than the Government and aggressively expanding their consumer lending, which made Icelandic households among the most heavily indebted in the world.16 21.
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Ponctuation: 1016076.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/28/59/ADD.1&Lang=F
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WRITTEN SUBMISSION BY THE STATE OF THE PHILIPPINES: COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS - NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
As in many countries, women’s participation in the labor market is often temporary, lacking in social protection, health insurance, paid sick and maternity leave, pensions and unemployment benefits. (...) Without income and without adequate support from the government, their right to be free from hunger, among other human rights, is in danger of being infringed.16 It is clear that the COVID-19 crisis brought with it economic struggles felt in all levels of the economy and all countries worldwide. However, it must be stressed that this socio-economic impact is more prominently felt among the most vulnerable and marginalized, especially women in the marginalized sector.
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Ponctuation: 1010158.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=A/HRC/47/NI/4&Lang=F
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VISIT TO AZERBAIJAN : REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHT TO FOOD
These are remarkable successes in a short period of time. However, labour markets in Azerbaijan are characterized by significant structural challenges, such as supply and demand mismatches, high levels of vulnerable and informal work and regional labour market disparities.9 13. The emergence of a free market economy has assisted with the impressive growth the country has experienced. (...) Owing to the small size of farms, which are most frequently between one and three hectares, and the lack of farmers’ associations/unions, small farmers have difficulty in accessing the market on favourable terms. There is often a huge difference between the price of products at the farm gate and the price in the final consumer market. 48.
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Ponctuation: 1009811.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/43/44/ADD.1&Lang=F
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHT TO FOOD, JEAN ZIEGLER : ADDENDUM
In 1993, State farms were dismantled and turned into farming cooperatives (UBPCs). Supply-and-demand markets were created to enable people to purchase food outside government stores. (...) In recent years, prices of fuel and food products on the world 23 Ministry of Internal Trade, presentation made on 2 November 2007 A/HRC/7/5/Add.3 page 13 market have exploded. In 2007, a ton of wheat in the world market traded at US$ 352 ,24 whereas the average price during 2004-2005 was US$ 154. (...) Given the prices in these markets and the low salaries of Cuban workers, many people are forced to purchase basic food on the black market.
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Ponctuation: 1009811.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=A/HRC/7/5/ADD.3&Lang=F
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE ADVERSE EFFECTS OF THE MOVEMENT AND DUMPING OF TOXIC AND DANGEROUS PRODUCTS AND WASTES ON THE ENJOYMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS, OKECHUKWU IBEANU : ADDENDUM
It includes the construction and operation of a common hazardous waste removal pre-treatment facility, modernization of the recyclable goods market and development of human resources.9 4.
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Ponctuation: 1005133 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/15/22/ADD.3&Lang=F
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QUADRENNIAL REPORTS FOR THE PERIOD 2000-2003, SUBMITTED THROUGH THE SECRETARY-GENERAL PURSUANT TO ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL RESOLUTION 1996/31 : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
La Fédération a également financé l’installation de caves à eau en Mongolie centrale afin de remédier aux difficultés d’approvisionnement en eau. 4. Hope Worldwide (Statut consultatif spécial accordé en 1996) La mission de Hope Worldwide est de redonner l’espoir dans un monde qui souffre, au moyen de programmes mis en œuvre dans 90 pays, sur les six continents habités. (...) En 2003, le budget de Hope Worldwide dépassait 30 millions de dollars et était financé par des dons individuels, des dons de sociétés et d’entités publiques. (...) . • 2003– Hope Worldwide a collaboré avec le Bureau régional de l’OMS pour le Pacifique occidental à Manille sur la question du diabète en Papouasie- Nouvelle-Guinée.
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Ponctuation: 996766.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=E/C.2/2005/2/ADD.1&Lang=F
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REPORT : ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE, COMMITTEE ON ENERGY, WORKING PARTY ON COAL, SYMPOSIUM ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF OPENCAST COALMINING REGIONS, KRASNOJARSK (RUSSIAN FEDERATION), 12-16 JUNE 1995
ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/2 page 15 Annexe LISTE DES DOCUMENTS PRESENTES AU COLLOQUE COTE INTITULE THEME LANGUE(S) ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/1 Report of the Symposium E F R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.1 List of reports English only ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.2 General report I E F R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.3 General report II E F R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.4 General report III E F R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.5 General report IV E F R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.6 General report V E F R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.7 Planning and executing a big opencast lignite mine with regard to the economic conditions and demand of different qualities of coal (Germany) I E ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.8 Technology transfer for continuous opencast mining operations worldwide (Germany) V E ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.9 Surface mining of Canadian coal (Canada) II E ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.10 Social and ecological impact of opencast coal-mining in Maritza-Iztuk mining region (Bulgaria) V R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.11 Possibilities for the reclamation of disturbed land in opencast coal-mining regions (Bulgaria) IV R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.12 Developments and changes of the natural resources system in the coal open pit from Romania in the same time with the progress of the exploiting activities (Romania) IV E ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.13 The coal quality form Romania (Romania) I E ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.14 Spatial risk assessment - how to cut losses and maximize profit (United Kingdom) III E ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.15 Lignite mining under market conditions - The Laustitzer Braunkohle Artiengesellschaft - Case Study (Germany) V E ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.16 Modelling of economically sustainable prices: The Case Study of Ekibastoozugol (Kazakhstan) I R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/2 page 16 COTE INTITULE THEME LANGUE(S) ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.17 Selecting sites for settlement of thermal power stations and nearby opencast mines (Hungary) III R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.18 Perspectives d'exploration des gisements charbonnières par mines à ciel ouvert en Hongrie (Hongrie) I F ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.19 Liquidation of adverse impact on the environment (Hungary) V R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.20 Criteria in selecting sites for opencast mining and establishment of fuel and energy complexes (Romania) III E ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.21 Ecological aspects of opencast coal mining (Czech Republic) IV R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.22 Coal price setting under new market conditions in the Czech Republic I E ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.23 Coal effective policies, suitable legislation and control systems for the sustainable development of the coal opencast coal-mining regions in the Czech Republic V E ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.24 Waste management in the process of opencast coal-mining development: experience of the Most Coal-Mining Company (North Bohemia Coal Basin (Czech Republic) IV E ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.25 Application of the Eco-management and audit scheme and EIA process to mineral mining and preparation industry in the Czech Republic V E ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.26 Opencast mining in Mescke Mountains of Hungary ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.27 New technology in coal mining and transport equipment: their impact on production cost and infrastructure (Russian Federation) II R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.28 Non-conventional ecology clean methods of destruction of rock mass in the opencast mining (Russian Federation) II R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.29 Scientific and technical progress in opencast mining in Russia (Russian Federation) II R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.30 Ecological and economic aspects of sustainable development of coal mining regions (Russian Federation) II R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.31 Aerostatic mining technologies (Russian Federation) II R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/2 page 17 COTE INTITULE THEME LANGUE(S) ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.32 Production of coal briquettes from coal wastes (Russian Federation) I R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.33 Technology for recycling industrial waste in the conditions of coal mining enterprises (Russian Federation) I R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.34 Problems related to the sustainable development of Siberian coal mining regions (Russian Federation) II R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.35 Assessment of efficiency of coal mining development (Russian Federation) III R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.36 Technical solutions in exploiting coal fields with difficult geological and mining conditions (Russian Federation) IV R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.37 Delivery of coal by self-propelled railwagons (Russian Federation) II R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.38 Ecological aspects in East Siberian and Baikal Coal Mining Regions (Russian Federation) IV R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.39 The development of the exploitation activity in coal open pits in connection with applicable technologies, the influence of environment and coalfield strategy in Romania V E ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.40 The role of the technical scientific progress in the viability improvement of the coal mining companies in Romania II R ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.41 Wirtgen surface mine: the economical and environmental solutions (Germany) I E ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/R.42 Czech-made mining equipment and preparation of coal and minerals (Czech Republic) II E/R
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Ponctuation: 995075 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=ENERGY/WP.1/SEM.4/2&Lang=F
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