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Книга будет полезна студентам и аспирантам вузов, научным работникам, специалистам-практикам, государственным служащим и руководителям органов государственной власти в России и в других странах СНГ, всем, кто интересуется проблемами международных экономических отношений.
Этнічныя меншасці ў Еўрапейскім Саюзе: асноўныя прававыя крыніцы : вучэб.-метад. дапам. / навук. рэд., склад., пер. на беларус. мову: С. А. Захаркевіч, А. М. Назаранка ; рэдкал.: А. Г. Каханоўскі (старшыня) [і інш.]. – Мінск : Выд. цэнтр БДУ, 2017. – 296 с.
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У даламожніку прадстаўлены гістарычны агляд эвалюцыі праблемы разумення і абароны правоў этнічных меншасцей у Еўропе. Прыведзены асноўныя прававыя крыніцы Еўрапейскага Саюза, Арганізацыі Аб'яднаных Нацый, Савета Еўропы, Арганізацыі па бяспецы і супрацоўніцтве ў Еўропе, на падставе якіх у краінах ЕС ажыццяўляецца палітыка ў дачыненні да этнічных меншасцей. Дапаможнік таксама змяшчае артыкулы з аналізам сітуацыі з этнічнымі меншасцямі ў Беларусі і Цэнтральнай і Усходняй Еўропе ў гістарычнай рэтраспектыве.
Дапаможнік прызначаны для студэнтаў, якія навучаюцца па спецыяльнасцях гістарычнага профілю на першай і другой ступенях ва ўстановах вышэйшай адукацыі.
The United Nations Association – UK (UNA-UK) has released a major report on implementing the new climate deal agreed by UN member states in Paris in 2015.
Climate 2020 – New leaders, new approaches is the third in the UNA-UK series of major reports on the Paris Agreement on climate change. It equips policy-makers, practitioners and interested observers with insights on how to make the agreement a reality.
The publication features short, incisive articles from over 30 authors drawn from the UN system and from governments, the private sector, academia and civil society.
The world is at the dawn of the next technological revolution. It will be multifaceted and its implications transformational. Digitalization will create opportunities for entrepreneurs and businesses, while also bringing enormous benefits to consumers. However, at the same time it will disrupt existing practices, expose incumbents to competition, change skills requirements of workers and result in job losses in some countries and sectors.
The Information Economy Report 2017 looks at some of these trends, and examines how information and communications technologies are having an increasing impact on global trade and development.
International accounting and reporting issues, 2016 review : rep. by the secretariat of the UN Conf. on Trade and Development / UN Conf. on Trade and Development. – New York ; Geneva : UN, 2017. – IX, 50 p.
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The past two decades have seen the emergence of international standards and codes on corporate reporting, issued by various global standard-setters. The adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, outlining the Sustainable Development Goals, has provided momentum for enhancing the role of accounting in supporting sustainable development.
This edition of International Accounting and Reporting Issues discusses research in the interrelated areas of sustainability reporting, monitoring of compliance and enforcement, and good practices on the implementation of international audit and assurance standards, within the context of the contribution of accounting to capital formation and sustainable development.
The Minnesota Protocol on the Investigation of Potentially Unlawful Death (2016) : the rev. UN man. on the effective prevention and investigation of extra-legal, arbitrary and summary executions / UN, Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. – New York ; Geneva : UN, 2017. – IX, 89 p.
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This is an updated version of the 1991 United Nations (UN) Manual on the Effective Prevention of Extra-legal, Arbitrary and Summary Executions, which, through widespread usage, became known as the Minnesota Protocol (the Protocol). The Minnesota Protocol was originally drafted to supplement the UN Principles on the Effective Prevention and Investigation of Extra-legal, Arbitrary and Summary Executions.
Since the publication of the 1991 Protocol there have been significant developments in international law, investigative practice and forensic science. In several resolutions, the UN Commission on Human Rights mandated the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) to update the Protocol.
To ensure that the Protocol retains its relevance and reflects these advances, in 2014 the UN Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, Christof Heyns, in collaboration with the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, initiated a process to revise and update the Protocol.
The Review of Maritime Transport 2017 presents key developments in the world economy and international trade and related impacts on shipping demand and supply, and freight and charter markets in 2016 and early 2017, as well as seaports and the regulatory and legal framework. In addition, this year’s Review features a special chapter on maritime transport connectivity, reflecting the prominence of physical and electronic connectivity as a priority area in the trade and development policy agenda.
Sixty-First World Health Assembly, Geneva, 19–24 May 2008. Verbatim records of plenary meetings and list of participants = Soixante et unième Assemblée mondiale de la santé, Genève, 19–24 mai 2008. Comptes rendus in extenso des séances plénières et liste des participants / WHO. – Geneva : UN, 2009. – X, 283 p.
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The Sixty-first World Health Assembly was held at the Palais des Nations, Geneva, from 19 to 24 May 2008, in accordance with the decision of the Executive Board at its 121st session. Its proceedings are issued in three volumes, containing, in addition to other relevant material: Resolutions, Decisions and Annexes – document WHA61/2008/REC/1; Verbatim Records of Plenary Meetings, List of Participants – document WHA61/2008/REC/2; Summary Records of Committees, Reports of Committees – document WHA61/2008/REC/3.
In these verbatim records, speeches delivered in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian or Spanish are reproduced in the language used by the speaker; speeches delivered in other languages are given in the English or French interpretation. The texts include corrections received up to 7 November 2008, the cut-off date announced in the provisional version, and are thus regarded as final.
This book examines, comprehensively, the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, the regional organisation which consists of China, Russia and most of the Central Asian countries. It charts the development of the Organisation from the establishment of its precursor, the Shanghai Five, in 1996, through its own foundation in 2001 to the present. It considers the foreign policy of China and of the other member states, showing how the interests and power of the member states determine the Organisation's institutions, functional development and relations with non-members. It explores the Organisation's activities in the fields of politics and security cooperation, economic and energy cooperation, and in culture and education, and concludes with a discussion of how the Organisation is likely to develop in the future. Throughout, the book sets the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation in the context of China's overall strategy towards Central Asia.
This report provides country statistical overviews, with a focus on commodity related information of 135 developing countries based on the official UN member slates' list. The publication also includes graphs presenting regional and global pictures of commodity dependence in the developing world over the period 2014–2015.
For each individual country, 2009–2010 is used as the reference period. Graphs and diagrams are presented at the beginning of each regional chapter in order to highlight the position of individual countries within their respective regions.
The United Nations Association – UK (UNA-UK) has launched a new report “Sustainable Development Goals: From promise to practice”. The publication sets out how to take forward the UN's new global development agenda, which began in January 2016.
This report is the fourth in a series of UNA-UK publications on the post-2015 development agenda. It looks at how the Goals are being implemented in the course of the vital first 1,000 days of the 15-year agenda. The report equips policy-makers, practitioners and interested observers with insights on how to make the Goals a reality, particularly for the world’s most vulnerable people.
In 2019, the ILO will celebrate its Centenary. Specialized in the world of work, the ILO’s primary goals are to promote rights at work, encourage decent employment opportunities, enhance social protection and strengthen social dialogue on work-related issues. Gender equality in the world of work is at the heart of this mandate. And women’s full and effective participation in the workforce – and equal opportunities for leadership at all levels of decision-making in political, economic and public life – is key.
This report, provides a first-ever account of how women and men worldwide think and feel about women and work.The findings in this report are based on interviews conducted in 2016 with nearly 149,000 adults in 142 countries and territories3 regarding their attitudes about women and the world of work.
Trade and development report, 2017 : beyond austerity: towards a global new deal : rep. by the secretariat of the UN Conf. on Trade and Development / UN Conf. on Trade and Development. – New York ; Geneva : UN, 2017. – XIII, XIV, 169 p.
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The Trade and Development Report 2017 argues that now is the ideal time to crowd in private investment with the help of a concerted fiscal push – a global new deal – to get the growth engines revving again, and at the same time help rebalance economies and societies that, after three decades of hyperglobalization, are seriously out of kilter. However, in today’s world of mobile finance and liberalized economic policies, no country can do this on its own without risking capital flight, a currency collapse and the threat of a deflationary spiral. What is needed, therefore, is a globally coordinated strategy of expansion led by increased public expenditures, with all countries being offered the opportunity of benefiting from a simultaneous boost to their domestic and external markets.
This report argues that, with the appropriate combination of resources, policies and reforms, the international community has the tools available to galvanize the requisite investment push needed to achieve the ambitions of the SDGs and promote sustainable and inclusive outcomes at both global and national levels.
In 2016, the fourteenth session of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development took place in Nairobi at a watershed moment for the international community. As the first quadrennial conference following the historical agreements on financing, sustainable development and climate reached in 2015, the fourteenth session of the Conference marked the beginning of implementation, moving from the decisions of 2015 to the actions and stronger role that UNCTAD should undertake going forward for the benefit of developing countries.
To deliver on the triple international commitments made in 2015, the Nairobi Maafikiano sets out a strengthened work programme for UNCTAD. At the same time, the Nairobi Maafikiano frames the new challenges the organization faces in the context of its longstanding mandate to help developing countries gainfully integrate into the world economy.