Accord européen relatif au transport international des marchandises dangereuses par voies de navigation intérieures (ADN)
L'Accord européen relatif au transport international des marchandises dangereuses par voies navigables intérieures (ADN) a été conclu à Genève le 26 mai 2000, à l'occasion d'une conférence diplomatique tenue sous les auspices conjoints de la Commission économique des Nations Unies pour l'Europe (CEE-ONU) et de la Banque centrale. Il est entré en vigueur le 29 février 2008. L'ADN se compose d'un texte juridique principal (l'Accord lui-même) et de règlements annexes et vise à assurer un niveau élevé de sécurité du transport international de marchandises dangereuses par voies navigables intérieures. Il vise à contribuer efficacement à la protection de l'environnement en prévenant toute pollution résultant d'accidents ou d'incidents lors d'un tel transport ; et à faciliter les opérations de transport et promouvoir le commerce international des marchandises dangereuses.
Acts and Documents Concerning the Organization of the Court/Actes et documents relatifs à l'organisation de la Cour
This series consists of the International Court of Justice's various basic documents as adopted and amended since its creation. Seven bilingual editions (English and French) have been published since 1946, the latest being in 2021. They include the Charter of the United Nations, the Statute of the International Court of Justice, the Rules of Court, the Practice Directions, the Resolution concerning the Internal Judicial Practice of the Court and a number of other texts. These volumes also include exhaustive indexes in both the official languages of the Court.
The UNEP Adaptation Gap Report (AGR) series provides an annual science-based assessment of the global progress on adaptation planning, financing, and implementation. It also explores options for enhancing and advancing national and global adaptation efforts and provides in-depth analysis of selected issues of interest. UNEP has produced the AGR since 2014, with the aim to inform the climate negotiations among UN Member States. While it remains an independent assessment, the objective of the AGR is closely aligned with that of the UNFCCC Global Stocktake.
These are the reports on the Proposed Programme Budget for the Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions as submitted to the General Assembly.
The Africa Human Development Report explores issues of paramount importance for all Africans with a view to addressing common objectives and ongoing agenda items on Africa’s development trajectory such as food security and gender equality. The report dwells upon issues which have long been recognized as important priorities for the governments and citizens of African countries. It reviews efforts of African countries in all spheres of society – in the home and community, in health and educational attainment, in the workplace, and in political participation and leadership.
The Africa Renewal magazine examines the many issues that confront the people of Africa, its leaders and its international partners: sustainable development goals, economic reform, debt, education, health, women's empowerment, conflict and civil strife, democratization, investment, trade, regional integration and many other topics. It tracks policy debates. It provides expert analysis and on-the-spot reporting to show how those policies affect people on the ground. And, it highlights the views of policy-makers, non-governmental leaders and others actively involved in efforts to transform Africa and improve its prospects in the world today. The magazine also reports on and examines the many different aspects of the United Nations’ involvement in Africa, especially within the framework of the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD).
The annual Africa Sustainable Development Report reviews Africa’s performance on the goals, related targets and indicators of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, taking into account the corresponding goals, targets and indicators of Agenda 2063. The report uses the latest data from international sources to track performance and highlight lessons learned in the implementation of the two agendas. The report is jointly prepared by teams from the Economic Commission for Africa, the African Union Commission, the African Development Bank and the United Nations Development Programme — Regional Bureau for Africa. It is reviewed and validated during the Experts Review Meeting comprising of the 2030 Agenda and Agenda 2063 Focal Persons from African member States.