Signatories To The Lima Agreement

UNIDO supports countries in their environmental management efforts, including the implementation of multilateral environmental agreements and the provision of sustainable energy. It contributes to the creation of new green industries, establishes national roadmaps for greening the supply chain, identifies benchmarks and indicators, disseminates best practices, implements clean technology programs, conducts various capacity-building exercises and contributes to international forums with the necessary research and expertise. An intergovernmental commission drafted a constitution that was adopted in Vienna in 1979. However, the objections and doubts of industrialized countries about the need for a specialized agency have contributed to delaying the ratification process. In order to ensure the entry into force of the new organisation, which essentially counts all the major states, the General Assembly called, through the resolutions adopted in 1982 and 1984, for a series of formal consultations between the future Member States, which ultimately led to a general agreement on the entry into force of the new UNIDO Constitution. All the necessary formal requirements were met in 1985 and in December of the same year UNIDO became the sixteenth UN special agency, headquartered in Vienna. 1. 11.11.11 – Koepel van de Vlaamse Noord Zuidbeweging, Belgium2. 9 to 5, United States3. Academics oppose poverty, Italy4. ActionAid, International5. Alianza Spain contra la Pobreza, Espaa6. All Together in Dignity, Ireland7.

Alliance Sud, Switzerland8. Asia Development Alliance, Korea9. Asian Initiatives, United States10. Asian Peoples Movement on Debt and Development, Philippines11. Asociacion Civil por la Igualdad y la Justicia, Argentina12. Para el Derecho Internacional de los Derechos Humanos, Espaa13. Association for Women`s Rights in Development (AWID), International14. Association of Canadian Financial Officers, Canada15. Attac-Ireland, Ireland16. Lawyers Without FrontiƩres, Belgium17. Brazilian Society of Bioethics, Brazil18.

British Columbia Government and Service Employees` Union, Canada19. Business – Human Rights Resource Centre, International20. CCFD-Terre Solidaire, France21. CEICOM, El Salvador22. CELS (Centro de Estudios Legales y Sociales), Argentina23. Center for Economic and Social Rights (CESR), International24.

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