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OWG owns The Top which is an indoor theme park in Komtar.
OWG's polyester output is sold mostly to the local market.
Subsequently, the unbalanced linguistic aggregation operators were introduced, for instance, the unbalanced linguistic OWG (ULOWG) operator [43], the unbalanced linguistic weighted OWA (ULWOWA) operator [41], and the unbalanced linguistic power average (ULPA) operator [44].
explain that a compromise between the OWG and the High-Level Panel resulted in an agreement that the SDGs would focus on (1) eradication of poverty, (2) empowerment of women and girls, (3) combatting climate change, (4) promoting peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, and (5) strengthening implementation and global partnership (pp.
In some ways, it would not have been a surprise, therefore, if the OWG had fought shy of including reproductive health rights language for fear of creating division and reducing the chances of the universal international agreement necessary for the SDGs to succeed.
The OWG proposed seventeen SDGs accompanied by 169 targets which are to be "further elaborated through indicators focused on measurable outcomes." (129) These goals were "action oriented, global in nature and universally applicable ...
Specifically, this involved the creation of a so-called "open working group" (OWG) that allowed member states to participate in a fluid manner, instead of through fixed committees or negotiating blocks established along regional lines.
The new targets, which were suggested by the Open Working Group (OWG) of the General Assembly on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), submitted to the Assembly in August 2014, contain 17 goals with 169 targets covering a broad range of sustainable development issues.
ARROW, our partners and allies have been engaged in this crucial but often neglected aspect, starting from the Open Working Group (OWG) process.
(3.) Copenhagen Consensus Center, Preliminary benefit-cost assessment of the final OWG outcome, 2014, <http://www.copenhagenconsensus.
The Expendables 3 is out owg on DVD tomorrow and we have 10 copies to give away.
The first is the SDG process, which emanated from the UN Conference on Sustainable Development Goals (Rio + 20), which in turn established the Open Working Group (OWG) on Sustainable Development Goals, the Intergovernmental Expert Committee on Sustainable Development Financing (ICESDF) and the High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF).