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WP.6

Introduction

The Working Party works to increase regulatory cooperation in specific sectors that have a critical impact on sustainability and on resilience to natural and man-made hazards. It also works:

  • To promote the use of standards by policy-makers and business as a tool for reducing technical barriers to trade, promote increased resilience to disasters, foster innovation and good governance
  • To promote the use of standards in the implementation of UN-wide goals, including the implementation of the Agenda 2030 and the Sendai framework for action 

Key areas of Work


Regulatory
Cooperation


Market
Surveillance


Risk
Management


Education on
Standards


Use of
Standards


Quality
InfraStructure


Gender
Initiative

In Focus

The annual session WP.6 featured a high level segment on “Standards for the Sustainable Development Goals”. Adopted the revised Recommendation T on “Standards and Regulations for Sustainable Development” and the Recommendation U on “Gender-Responsive Standards” and also reviewed the direction of future work for the sectoral initiative on cybersecurity

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Highlights

3 December 201812 international organizations renewed their commitment to promote quality infrastructure through a global network on November 30 in Geneva. Please read the press release of the event.

16 November 2018: The presentations and revised documents of the 28th Annual Session of the of the Working Party on Regulatory Cooperation and Standardization Policies (14-16 November) are now available on the session website.

11 October 2018ICES/UNECE working meeting on Management tools and standards in support of Sustainable Development Goal 14 ''Life below water'' took place from 9 to 11 October in Reykjavik, Iceland. Please see to agenda, list of participants and outcome of the event at the meeting website.

19 September 2018UNECE works to build capacity of regulatory authorities and administrations for a risk-based approach to policy-making. Please see our just issued training guide

It is hands-on, practical tool to help trainers in the preparation, delivery and follow up to training workshops that help stakeholders work together for an efficient, effective and transparent management of risks, in particular the risks related to the implementation of Agenda 2030.

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Events

14 to 16 November 2018
Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland, Room XI

26 September 2018
The International Conference Centre Geneva (CICG)

26 to 27 June 2018
Geneva, Switzerland