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This site is maintained by the United Nations Office of Legal Affairs . The responsibility for the information on web sites linked from this site rests with the respective department, office, agency, fund or programme. (...) If you want to have an overview of the various areas of Legal Technical Assistance provided by the United Nations, click on: 'Department', if you know the name of the department, office, agency, fund or programme about which you need information, otherwise on 'Subject matter', to be directed to the summary of the department, office, agency, fund or programme competent in the area of your interest. If you want to directly access the Legal Technical Assistance Webpages maintained by the various departments, offices, agencies, funds or programmes, click on "Select a Webpage".
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Score: 787388.8 - https://www.un.org/law/technical/main.htm
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Alan Owens, Legal Division, Department of Foreign Affairs Ms. Mary Flanagan, Legal Division, Department of Foreign Affairs 5 ISRAEL Representatives Mrs. (...) Mary Flanagan, Legal Division, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Ireland Mr.
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Score: 784288.33 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/b...op1-2_participants_website.pdf
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After the Legal Services Commission of South Australia intervened, the department reduced the purported debt to about $7 000. (...) They see it more as a departmental problem or a financial problem.64 4.82 Even if an individual is able to obtain legal support, it is unlikely to be from a specialist. (...) Funding for these legal centres remains a substantial issue. 4.109 The committee acknowledges that the department has worked to make some improvements to the overall system.
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Score: 783245.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...echnology/Monash_appendix2.pdf
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Gregory French, Assistant Secretary (Legal Adviser), Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Mr. (...) Sue Robertson, Principal Legal Officer (Adviser), Attorney-General’s Department Mr. (...) Isac Armando Matola, Head, Department of Legal Affairs, National Institute of Sea and Borders Mr.
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Score: 782093.1 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/b...l_List_of_participants_WG8.pdf
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Sue Robertson, Principal Legal Officer, Attorney-General’s Department Ms. (...) Cristian Laborda, Legal Officer, Maritime Affairs Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Mr. (...) Elizabeth Kim, Foreign Affairs Officer, Department of State Mr. Oliver Lewis, Attorney-Adviser, Office of the Legal Adviser, Department of State Advisers Mr.
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Score: 779401.66 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/b...documents/participants_wg9.pdf
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Trygve Lie of Norway, the Legal Department was the smallest, initially comprised of 42 individuals. (...) Ivan Kerno, a Slovak lawyer and diplomat, was appointed as "Assistant Secretary-General in charge of the Legal Department", the position which today is known as the United Nations Legal Counsel. (...) Stavropoulos became Under-Secretary-General when the Legal Department was re-organized into the Office of Legal Affairs in 1954 by then Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold.
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Score: 778245.5 - https://www.un.org/ola/en/OLA-at-75-message
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Trygve Lie of Norway, the Legal Department was the smallest, initially comprised of 42 individuals. (...) Ivan Kerno, a Slovak lawyer and diplomat, was appointed as "Assistant Secretary-General in charge of the Legal Department", the position which today is known as the United Nations Legal Counsel. (...) Stavropoulos became Under-Secretary-General when the Legal Department was re-organized into the Office of Legal Affairs in 1954 by then Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold.
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Score: 778245.5 - https://www.un.org/ola/en/node/1019
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Prezentace aplikace PowerPoint Spectrum management training programme at Czech Technical University in Prague Robert Bestak, Petr Ondracek Overview Czech Technical University in Prague Spectrum Management Training Programme (SMTP) Implementation of SMTP 2 Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU)  Among oldest technical universities in Central Europe  Established 1707  Edict of Joseph I, Holy Roman Emperor  8 Faculties  Electrical Engineering (since 1950)  Architecture  Biomedical Engineering  Civil Engineering  Information Technology  Mechanical Engineering  Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering  Transportation Sciences  ~25 000 students 3 • www.cvut.cz/en Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FEE)  19 + 4 departmentsDepartment of Telecommunication Engineering  Department of Circuit Theory  Department of Computer Graphics & Interaction  Department of Computers  Department of Control Engineering  Department of Cybernetics  Department of Economics, Management & Humanities  Department of Electric Drives & Traction  Department of Electroenergetics  Department of Electromagnetic Field  Department of Electrotechnology  Department of Informatics  Department of Languages  Department of Mathematics  Department of Measurement  Department of Mechanics & Materials Science  Department of Microelectronics  Department of Physics  Department of Radioelectronics  Centre for Business Cooperation  Centre for Knowledge Management  Development and Implementation Laboratories  Education Support Centre ~ 7 000 students (largest faculty within CTU) Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FEE) 4 • http://fel.cvut.cz/en  Member of ITU academy, all 3 sectors (from 2011)  Center for excellence on Cyber Security (from 1.1.2015) Spectrum Management Training Programme  Coordinated by the Human Capacity Building division within the Projects Support and Knowledge Management department of the ITU’s Telecommunications Development Bureau (BDT),  1st in a series of ITU training programmes  Developed under the ITU Academy  Design for anyone (beginner, or specialist) 5 SMTP Modules  Basic and Advanced levels  Each level includes obligatory modules (OM) and elective modules (EM)  Specialization  Technical, Legal/economic  Basic level  OM1: Legal Basis and Regulatory Framework of Spectrum Management  OM2: Spectrum Engineering Fundamentals  OM3: Wireless Telecommunications Technologies  EM1-1: Spectrum Monitoring  EM1-2: Enforcement and Type Approval of Equipment  EM1-3: SM for Satellite Systems  EM1-4: SM for HF Systems, Science, Maritime and Amateur Services  EM1-5: SM for Aeronautical and Radio Determination Services and Military Systems  EM1-6: Computer-aided Spectrum Management  Advanced level  OM4: Economic and Market Tools of Spectrum Management  OM5: Strategic Planning and Policies for Wireless Innovation  EM2-1 (Legal Specialization): Advanced Spectrum Authorization Regimes  EM2-2 (Legal Specialization): Socio-Economic Impact of Spectrum Regulation; Competition & Consumer Protection  EM2-3 (Technical Specialization): Terrestrial TV Broadcasting Planning and Digital Transition  EM2-4 (Technical Specialization): Opportunistic Spectrum Access and Cognitive Radio 6 SMTP  2 semesters (1 year)  Combination of face-to-face, remote teaching and self-studying  Module corresponds to  …4-5 weeks per module  125 hours, 40 hours of classroom training  30 hours of lectures  10 hours of practical exercises  About 20 slides per lecture  Assessment in the end of each module (about 50-100 assessment questions) 7 Implementation at CTU  Running at CTU promises in Prague  Logistics support (accommodation, etc.)  Standalone program (no CTU’s master program) → flexibility  Accreditation of program is no needed  “SMTP semester” can begin anytime  Selected SMTP modules will be part of CTU’s master program (students will obtain ECTS for these modules)  Onside and Online versions  Diploma/certificate (ITU certificate) 8 Spectrum Monitoring (EM1-1)  Basic Theories  Signals, Modulations, Spectrum  Antennas – basic parameters  Monitoring equipment – principles  Introduction to EMC  Propagation  SW monitoring  Practical Measurements  Signal parameters  Modulation parameters  Antenna parameters  Occupied bandwidth measurements  Interference analysis  Direction finding 9 Conclusions  SMTP is implemented with cooperation with ITU  Place: CTU in Prague, Prague  Beginning: September/2015 Web: soon available All participants in EU and CIS are welcome  Contact: robert.bestak@fel.cvut.cz 10
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Score: 776763.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...0Broadcasting/RobertBestak.pdf
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Christian KAINZMEIER (HoD) Legal Adviser Federal Ministry for Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology Belarus Mr. (...) Luciana IORIO Senior Legal Officer DTT- DIV2 Ministry of Sustainable Infrastructure and Sustainable Mobility Mr. (...) Jonas MALMSTIG Senior legal adviser legal department Swedish Transport Agency Sw itzerland Mr.
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Score: 775837.26 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...IAV%20list-of-participants.pdf
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# Permanent Mission Name Email Information 1 Argentina Lucía Scheinkman skl@mrecic.gov.ar Legal Adviser's Office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs 2 Australia Julia Thwaite Karen Evans (secondary NFP) julia.thwaite@dfat.gov.au karen.evans@csiro.au Director, Sea Law and Antarctica Section, Legal Division Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Principal Research Scientist, Oceans and Atmosphere, CSIRO 3 Austria Legal Adviser of the Permanent Mission of Austria to the United Nations Department for Public International Law / Office of the Legal Adviser / Federal Ministry for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs new-york-ov@bmeia.gv.at abti5@bmeia.gv.at Legal Adviser of the Permanent Mission of Austri to the United Nations Department for Public International Law / Office of the Legal Adviser / Federal Ministry for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs 4 Azerbaijan Ms. (...) DPR 41 Laos Mofa.dtl@gmail.com lao.pr.ny@gmail.com Department of Treaty and Law, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Lao People's Democratic Republic Legal Adviser of the Permanent Mission of the Lao People's Democratic Republic to the United Nations 42 Latvia Baiba Zasa Baiba.Zasa@varam.gov.lv Senior Expert at Water Resources Division, Department of Environmental Protection 43 Lithuania Ms. (...) Barbara Granda barbara.granda@gov.si Legal advisor, International Law Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia 65 Spain Ana Fornells de Frutos AFornells@miteco.es Counsellor, Permanent Mission of Spain to the United Nations 66 Sri Lanka Robert Gunawardene Mawatha P.
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Score: 775567.1 - https://www.un.org/regularproc...files/nfps_list_06_14_2022.pdf
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