Директивы и Регламенты Европейского союза Нового и Глобального подхода и гармонизированные европейские стандарты : каталог : (по состоянию на 4 апр. 2018 г.) / Гос. ком. по стандартизации Респ. Беларусь, Белорус. гос. ин-т стандартизации и сертификации. – Минск : БелГИСС, 2018. – IX, 362 c.
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Каталог содержит информацию о Директивах и Регламентах Европейского союза Нового и Глобального подхода, предусматривающих СЕ-маркировку продукции, и гармонизированных с Директивами и Регламентами ЕС европейских стандартах по состоянию на 4 апреля 2018 года.
Каталог подготовлен по информации Официальных журналов ЕС (серия С) с использованием информационно-поисковой системы «Стандарт» на основе информации библиографических баз данных Национального фонда технических нормативных правовых актов Республики Беларусь.
Трехтомный сборник работ российского историка, политолога и дипломата, специалиста по проблемам современной Франции Ю.И. Рубинского посвящен анализу глубоких перемен в отношениях человека с природой, государств и цивилизаций, людей между собой, происходящих в настоящее время. «Приметы времени» подводят итоги деятельности автора во главе Центра французских исследований Института Европы РАН и профессора НИУ – Высшей школы экономики в 1997–2017 гг.
The report prepared by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) analyses the rising global South – past and present – with an eye to reinvigorating this important and unique source of development cooperation. The report analyses the main challenges and opportunities in South–South trade, investment and finance and emphasizes growing opportunities for South–South cooperation on technology transfers and partnerships for technological innovation, as well as the suitable policies needed, to kick off innovative partnerships in key emerging areas such as “Industry 4.0”.
Individual v. state : practice on complaints with the UN treaty bodies with regards to the Rep. of Belarus : coll. of art. and doc. Vol. 1 / edited by S. Golubok. – Vilnius : Belarusian Human Rights House, 2014. – 182 p.
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This volume brings together a cast of leading experts to carefully explore how the history and iconography of slavery has been invoked to support a series of government interventions, activist projects, legal instruments, and rhetorical performances. However well-intentioned these interventions might be, they nonetheless remain subject to a host of limitations and complications. Recent efforts to combat contemporary slavery are too often sensationalist, self-serving, and superficial and, therefore, end up failing the crucial test of speaking truth to power.
The widely held notion that antislavery is one of those rare issues that "transcends" politics or ideology is only sustainable because the underlying issues at stake have been constructed and demarcated in a way that minimizes direct challenges to dominant political and economic interests. This must change. By providing an original approach to the underlying issues at stake, Contemporary Slavery will help readers understand the political practices that have been concealed beneath the popular rhetoric and establishes new conversations between scholars of slavery and trafficking and scholars of human rights and social movements.
This publication reviews recent developments on the performance of enterprises in attaining Sustainable Development Goals, as well as practical implementation of aspects concerning International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS). It discusses implementation of recent IFRS considerations dealing with financial instruments, revenue from contracts with customers, leases and insurance contracts. Concerning IPSAS, the report looks into its overall implementation worldwide.
The Council of Europe is without a doubt one of the most important international organizations. Since its creation in 1949, its genesis, legal foundations, structure and achievements have been the focus of a great deal of attention.
This publication’s analysis of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) appears to be well founded on motives which are not just related to familiarizing the readers with the achievements of the Council of Europe. The first area of the author’s interest is international law and international relations, which analyse the activities of international organisations. The second is constitutional law and the comparative study of political systems as the activities of PACE involve such notions characteristic for these branches of learning as “representation”, “delegation”, “parliamentary control”, “relations between the legislative and executive branches of government”. The author intended this book to bear witness to Poles’ and Poland’s interest in the work of the Council of Europe and to contribute to a better understanding of the achievements of this international organisation among the wider European public.
This yearly publication is a product of the Trade Analysis Branch, Division on International Trade and Commodities (DITC), UNCTAD secretariat. It informs on recent trends in international trade and provides illustrative statistics on international trade and their evolutions in the medium term. It covers various aspects of international trade including trade in goods and services; South-South trade; intra and inter regional trade; trade in primary, intermediates and final products; and trade at the sectoral level. It also provides country specific indicators on export performance such as export diversification, commodity dependence, export propensity, export competitiveness and export sophistication.
This publication provides country examples and best practices on measuring international labour mobility. It provides guidance and structure to the production of statistics on stocks and flows of international migrant workers and non-resident foreign workers within a country. Such statistics cut across economic, social and demographic domains and rely on a variety of data sources. The publication outlines the context and core concepts; provides an overview of data availability; contains examples from case studies; provides recommendations, and identifies areas for further development.
This annual report showcases the vast range of reports, projects and intergovernmental meetings that UNCTAD worked on in 2018. It will be a source of vital information to representatives of United Nations member countries, partners in the intergovernmental system and civil society, academics, the media and anyone with an interest in global economic justice.
The report looks at UNCTAD’s work through the lens of the Sustainable Development Goals – a 17-point plan at the heart of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The report maps the goals onto UNCTAD’s mandate. This approach highlights the relevance of trade to aims such as reduced inequalities (Goal 10), industry, innovation and infrastructure (Goal 9) and decent jobs and growth (Goal 8). Other goals touched by UNCTAD’s work include Goal 12 on ensuring sustainable consumption and production patterns, Goal 14 on life below water, and Goal 16 on peace and justice. The annual report also reveals that the cross-cutting goals – Goal 1 on ending poverty and Goal 5 on women’s empowerment – framed everything that UNCTAD did in 2018.
The publication presents a profile of social and economic indicators for each of the 56 UNECE member countries.
These profiles, prepared by the UNECE Statistical Division, are intended to be of interest to readers not necessarily familiar with statistical terminology or with interpreting statistical tables. A glossary of terms and list of references is available at the back of the publication.