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Micronesia statement -- Responsibility of States -- Sixth Committee (Legal) — 74th session Permanent Mission of the Federated States of Micronesia to the UN 300 East 42 Street, Suite 1600 Telephone: (212) 697-8370 Facsimile: (212)697-8295 http://www.fsmgov.org/ New York, N.Y. 10017 e-mail: fsmun@fsmgov.org 74th Session of the United Nations General Assembly 11th Meeting of the Sixth Committee Agenda item 75: Responsibility of States for internationally wrongful acts Statement by. H.E. Ambassador Jane J. (...) Chair, 7''°"' "fthe Secretary-General compiling comments and informationreceived from Governments as well as decisions of international courts, tribunals and other bodies with regard to the articles on the responsibility of States for internationally wrongful acts In line with the information contained in the reports, my delegation underscores that the articles' ^e an authoritative codification of international law as well as insightful progressive development of certain concepts and approaches in intemational law pertaining to State responsibility.
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Score: 1040122.8 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth.../resp_of_states/micronesia.pdf
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New Zealand remains fully committed to the Programme of Action and to the advancement of initiatives which are designed to prevent small arms and light weapons falling into the wrong hands, or being used illegally. Our delegation to this meeting has been strengthened by the participation of ~ NGOs, reflecting my Government's recognition of the vital role of civil society in making the Programme of Action work in the real world . (...) We consider this t~ have advanced the objectives of the Programme of Action since we met at the PrepCom in oaaoaoo 4 January, and we are pleased to see the concept reflected in your draft outcome paper The conference should support a broad approach to eradicating ŭa~sfers of the íu11 range of small arms and light weapons to the wrong hands . (...) This conference has a part to play in advancing this concept . We hope that our deliberations will help point the way to a future discussion on an Arms Trade Treaty, within the broader UN context .
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Score: 1031644.9 - https://www.un.org/events/smal...f/arms060627newzealand-eng.pdf
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For ease of reference, these boxes have been highlighted, by colour, in accordance with the following categories. Definitions of key concepts Treaty provisions Work of UN human rights mechanisms Chapter summaries 2. Understanding gender stereotypes/stereotyping Chapter 2 outlines some of the key concepts addressed in this report and identifies how those concepts have been understood and applied by the various UN human rights mechanisms. (...) In addition, Chapter 2 explores the concepts of “harmful gender stereotypes” and “wrongful gender stereotyping” and distinguishes them from other stereotypes and stereotyping that are not subject to international human rights law. 2.1 Gender stereotypes/stereotyping A “stereotype” is a generalised view or preconception about attributes or characteristics that are or ought to be possessed by, or the roles that are or should be performed by, members of a particular social group.
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Score: 1029169.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...reotyping-as-HR-Violation.docx
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1 GLOBAL YOUTH SUMMIT – COSTA RICA DAY 2 BE SMART BE SAFE BREAKOUT DISCUSSIONS AND DEBATES VIDEO CONCEPT COMPETITION ABOUT THIS SESSION During this session you’re going to have the opportunity to debate and discuss risks related to the use of the internet and social media, and also to talk about how we can communicate or raise awareness about these risks. These discussions should help you to prepare your idea for the video competition concept. There are four themes or risks that different groups will discuss. (...) There are no right or wrong answers here. Try to be as honest as possible.
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Score: 1024492.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/bynd201...uidelines_for_participants.pdf
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Systems deployed include the following functionalities: • Flight Data Processing System (FDPS), • Automatic Flight Data Processing (AFDP), • Flight Plan Air Situation Display (FPASD) A Flight Data Operator (FDO) position dedicated to wrong filed flight plans correction, as well as a simulator system for the on-job training are also implemented. The table below summarize the implementation status: Centers Implementation Date Status Operation Date Antananarivo 2002 Full Operational 19/02/2004 Ndjamena 2007 Full Operational 05/04/2012 Dakar 2005 Full Operational 24/09/2009 Niamey 2007 Full Operational 01/07/2010 Abidjan 2009 Full Operational 01/07/2010 Brazzaville 2009 Full Operational 05/04/2012 EAMAC 2006 Training system - 2.2 Performance 2.2.1 Global FANS Datalink traffic: Below are presented the results compiled in 2017: Centers ASA Aircom Service Availability USR Uplink Success Rate= 1 UDT Uplink messages Delivery Time VHF Service via DHP Satellite Service via DHP VHF Service Satellite Service FANS (< 120s ) FANS (< 360s ) Abidjan 97.37% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 98.58% 99.84% Dakar 95.56% 100.0% 100.0% 99.98% 99.33% 99.96% 2.3 Operational considerations • Most of the aircraft flying within Dakar Oceanic airspace are now ADS-C/CPDLC equipped (More than 90%); This have improved the provision of air navigation services in this airspace where flexible (iflex) and random routing(AORRA) operations are performed. • Nevertheless, some aircraft are not equipped or don’t use ADS-C/CPDLC even when they are equipped and this could be a challenge for the implementation of new airspace concepts such as RNP4 in the SAT Region; SAT/FIT/13 – WP/04 04/06/2018 3 • Some ANSPs in the SAT region are engaged in a process of implementation of space base ADS- B which is an emergent technology that could be a serious candidate for air traffic surveillance in the oceanic airspace to support the implementation of new airspace concept when the technical specifications and standards will be matured. 3.
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Score: 985509.2 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...%20in%20ASECNA%20FIRs_rev1.pdf
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Make sure you demonstrate that your proposal satisfies each one: The project promotes the objectives of UNDEF The project draws on the United Nations’ comparative advantage The project will have a significant impact The project will encourage inclusion of marginalized and vulnerable groups The project will enhance gender equality The project has strong prospects for successful implementation The applicant organization has a strong track record The project is technically sound in conception and presentation The project represents good value for money The project has strong prospects of sustainability beyond the project duration. (...) Given that the proposal window is open for six weeks, a well prepared applicant will submit well ahead of the deadline to ensure there is time left if something goes wrong. The later in the proposal process, the greater the risk that something may go wrong that cannot be remedied.
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Score: 980555.3 - https://www.un.org/democracyfund/node/561
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Make sure you demonstrate that your proposal satisfies each one: The project promotes the objectives of UNDEF The project draws on the United Nations’ comparative advantage The project will have a significant impact The project will encourage inclusion of marginalized and vulnerable groups The project will enhance gender equality The project has strong prospects for successful implementation The applicant organization has a strong track record The project is technically sound in conception and presentation The project represents good value for money The project has strong prospects of sustainability beyond the project duration. (...) Given that the proposal window is open for six weeks, a well prepared applicant will submit well ahead of the deadline to ensure there is time left if something goes wrong. The later in the proposal process, the greater the risk that something may go wrong that cannot be remedied.
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Score: 980555.3 - https://www.un.org/democracyfu...sons-learned-future-applicants
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They added that “advocacy of religious hatred to incite or justify violence is not only morally wrong, but also prohibited under international law.” (...) They praised the organisation Syrian Christians for Peace for rejecting the concept of a Christian “holy war” and condemning those who invoke it.
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Score: 979040.2 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...5/English/2015-10-13-Syria.pdf
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As prerequisites for consideration, energy financing proposals for SMEs should address the following questions: a) What is being proposed?—the Core Concept; b) Where will the proposal be implemented? (...) Funds made available at a wrong time could in fact negatively affect SMEs.
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Score: 979040.2 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev/csd/csd14/lc/summary/sme.pdf
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Moreover there are many difficulties on how to define and measure some of the concepts linked to social development. Poverty is an example. (...) It is not a question of being right or wrong, but rather a matter of non-harmonized definitions and methods. Progress has been made identifying the factors and the conditions for successful development policies. However scientific concepts have to be translated into agreed statistical definitions, which can be used for measurement purposes.
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Score: 972261 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2000/00stat6e.htm
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