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2. Is there something wrong? 3. Selected findings 4. Building on Best practices 5. (...) Increasing women participation in international trade December 2002 Maillage networking event UNESCO-OECD- Dirigeantes Follow-up – 2004 SMEs Ministerial conference in Istanbul (preparatory workshop 2003 Budapest ) and research in progress – The role of women entrepreneurs in local development – project Tsunami – Gender mainstreaming 4 Is there something wrong? What do women entrepreneurs think ? – Banks do not know how to evaluate business projects made by women – Own perceptions: fear to be rejected, unwillingness to have collaterals from partner, doubts about defending the project – Not enough knowledge of what financing options are available What do women want from financial institutions ? (...) – Next meeting September 2003 USA 11 Variety of Financing programmes A changing field across OECD countries A broad concept : diverse financing needs – International financial institutions (Inter-American Development Bank, Women’s World Banking) – Public national funds: loans at preferential rates (Kera ltd Loans, Finland) and public local funds – Guarantee funds (Fonds de Garantie pour la Création, la reprise ou le développement d'entreprises à l'Initiative des Femmes, France) – Micro-credits institutions (Network credit Norway, Business Loans for women, Sweden, Banco Solidario Bolivia) – Banks (West pack Australia, Bank of Ireland) – Venture capital funds (Women Growth Equity Fund) 4% of venture capital in the USA for women): “equity capital is the next financial frontier for women owned businesses” ( NFWBO) – NGOs (Springboard), – Business angels (WomenAngels.net, Seraph Capital Forum) – Co-operatives (Coopérative d’épargne Capital city Edmonton, Coopératives de crédit de Saskatoon Canada) – Conditional seed grants (Trickle Up), – Internet resources 12 LEED approach : key words An Integrated approach – Social, cultural, mental, educational, – LEED Forum on entrepreneurship, Employment and entrepreneurship – Advisory, counselling, mentoring services A Partnership approach – Culture of partnership – Policy makers national, sub-national , international – Intermediaries: banks, financial institutions, NGOS, entrepreneurship associations – Empowering women entrepreneurs A Decentralised approach – LEED Forum for Cities and Regions: policies established by municipalities, regions, proximity services, local clusters, local networks, A Socially innovative approach – LEED Forum for Social Innovation: Social and ethic funds, trickle up, Micro-financing programmes 13 2003 LEED events Partners 2003 LEED events on women entrepreneurship – Study visit for participants from France and Morocco to « champion countries » Canada and USA (June 2003) – « Women and social innovation » September 2003, Ljubljana Slovenia – World Knowledge Forum November 2003, Seoul, South Korea – CEI Summit (CEI-EBRD-UNECE-OECD) November 2003, Warsaw, Poland 14 « The role of women entrepreneurs in local development » Topics ?
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Score: 937804 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...enterp/women/documents/ion.pdf
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Telia then blocks customers from accessing this material. Otherwise, one wrong click might be the only thing needed to display child abuse images on a customer's screen. (...) Blocking content is quite contrary to Telia's business concept, which is to empower people to communicate as they like, when they like.
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Score: 929630.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/cop/cas...dies/Documents/Teliasonera.pdf
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The International Law Commission should be consistent with its previous practice and phrasing - in particular, as regards the responsibility of States for internationally wrongful acts. The draft conclusions make a clear distinction between jus cogens as an accepted doctrine in international law, the rules of customary international law and obligations created by unilateral acts and clarifies the conflict resolution between them. (...) We welcome the approach of the Commission to clarify the theoretical controversy on the concept of regional jus cogens norms. In addition, we express our appreciation to the organizers of the International Law Seminar.
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Score: 929630.3 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth.../statements/ilc/bulgaria_1.pdf
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Two individuals might look at the same thing, but each sees something different -- and neither is wrong. At the conference table, understanding this concept changes the game. It is not "right" against "wrong," but rather agreeing that we each must move to another view. (...) Certainly, there is nothing wrong with celebrating national heritages and traditions, however, there must also be significant attention devoted to sharing stories from other nations.
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Score: 929399.3 - https://www.un.org/en/chronicl...neration-join-conference-table
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Two individuals might look at the same thing, but each sees something different -- and neither is wrong. At the conference table, understanding this concept changes the game. It is not "right" against "wrong," but rather agreeing that we each must move to another view. (...) Certainly, there is nothing wrong with celebrating national heritages and traditions, however, there must also be significant attention devoted to sharing stories from other nations.
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Score: 929399.3 - https://www.un.org/en/node/26945
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It is still there and the basic legal obligations that you should not proliferate – you have to work on disarmament – they are still there. It’s wrong to think that it’s dead. JENKINS: But there was no progress made at the recent conference. (...) They have distinct arguments to make; Iran quotes the core concepts of the treaty itself that it has inalienable rights to nuclear power. (...) Since the Security Council, parties to the NPT all endorse the concept. How do you move that concept to reality?
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Score: 926682.6 - https://www.un.org/webcast/pdfs/wc979.pdf
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REPORT OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION ON THE WORK OF ITS 48TH SESSION (1996) : TOPICAL SUMMARY OF THE DISCUSSION HELD IN THE 6TH COMMITTEE OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY DURING ITS 51ST SESSION / PREPARED BY THE SECRETARIAT
The Commission should adopt a more useful approach by deleting the concept of international crimes and focusing on responsibility for internationally wrongful acts, or delicts since the gap between the consequences of crimes and delicts had been reduced to the point where the concept of international crimes was unnecessary. 14. (...) As regards paragraph 3 of article 40, the view was expressed that including all other States as an "injured State" if the internationally wrongful act constituted an international crime was one example of the difficulties with which the concept of State crimes was fraught. (...) The concept of a crime had connotations which other forms of legal wrong did not have and the choice between the two terms should be made by reference to the purpose of the categorization.
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Score: 923871.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=A/CN.4/479/ADD.1&Lang=E
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Precipitate, selective and arbitrary application of this concept will not assist in its consolidation. We take the view that in the application of this principle, it is important to have regard to other established international law norms, including the sovereign equality of States, territorial jurisdiction and immunity of officials. A norm being developed in response to contemporary sentiment must also be sensitive to the reasons behind existing rules. Developments in the concept of universal jurisdiction, especially its practical application, must be guided by international consensus and not through advocacy action of parties 1 with short term and narrow objectives. (...) The universal jurisdiction principle, due to certain inherent disadvantages, should only be invoked when all other options have been exhausted. Used to achieve the wrong goals, it has the potential to cause more harm than good.
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Score: 922794.2 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...sal_jurisdiction/sri_lanka.pdf
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 23RD MEETING : 6TH COMMITTEE, HELD AT HEADQUARTERS, NEW YORK, ON TUESDAY, 2 NOVEMBER 1999, GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 54TH SESSION
As a working hypothesis, it would be useful to maintain the distinction between obligations of conduct and obligations of result. The concept of wrongfulness should also be treated separately from circumstances precluding wrongfulness, including consent, force majeure, distress, state of necessity and self- defence; those factors should exonerate a State from the consequences of wrongful conduct but not from the attribution of responsibility itself. (...) The concept of self-defence precluding the consequences of wrongfulness was different from the concept of self-defence described in Article 51 of the Charter of the United Nations. (...) His delegation was not convinced that the law of State responsibility should deal with the complicated and largely abused concept of countermeasures, which were wrongful in themselves.
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Score: 922764.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=A/C.6/54/SR.23&Lang=E
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Prototyping seems like a simple concept until you try and define it or its fast moving friend – “rapid” prototyping. (...) “A prototype is an early sample, model, or release of a product built to test a concept or process or to act as a thing to be replicated or learned from.” (...) Good advice apparently, because when I started digging into this concept a little further I obtained a wide range of opinions and definitions.
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Score: 917300 - https://www.unhcr.org/innovation/what-is-prototyping-anyway/
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