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International Telecommunication Union Geneva, Switzerland, 4-5 September 2008 International Telecommunication Union The 6DEPLOY Project for IPv6 Training and Support for Deployments Martin Potts, Martel GmbH Switzerland ITU Workshop on IPv6 Geneva, Switzerland, 4 – 5 September 2008 ITU Workshop on IPv6: Geneva, 4-5 September 2008 International Telecommunication Union 2 Programme The Motivation for 6DEPLOY Project Objectives Approach, Methodology Anticipated Outcomes Conclusions ITU Workshop on IPv6: Geneva, 4-5 September 2008 International Telecommunication Union 3 Programme The Motivation for 6DEPLOY Project Objectives Approach, Methodology Anticipated Outcomes Conclusions ITU Workshop on IPv6: Geneva, 4-5 September 2008 International Telecommunication Union 4 The Motivation for 6DEPLOY The goal of Next Generation Networks Services Infrastructure Network Protocol ONE: IP Packets ALL: Voice, TV, VoD, Web-browsing, Games, E- health, E-government, E-learning, E-commerce, P2P, B2B, ...... (...) The later they leave it, the more expensive will be the changeover ITU Workshop on IPv6: Geneva, 4-5 September 2008 International Telecommunication Union 8 Programme The Motivation for 6DEPLOY Project Objectives Approach, Methodology Anticipated Outcomes Conclusions ITU Workshop on IPv6: Geneva, 4-5 September 2008 International Telecommunication Union 9 Project Objectives Support of EU policy The Internet is now the main telecommunications technology that underpins all aspects of business and leisure, and as such is central to the economic growth of a country. (...) ITU Workshop on IPv6: Geneva, 4-5 September 2008 International Telecommunication Union 23 Thank you for your attention ..... and thanks to all the 6DEPLOY partners: The 6DEPLOY Project for IPv6 Training and Support for Deployments Programme Programme The Motivation for 6DEPLOY The Motivation for 6DEPLOY The Motivation for 6DEPLOY The Motivation for 6DEPLOY Programme Project Objectives Programme Approach, Methodology Approach, Methodology Approach, Methodology Approach, Methodology Approach, Methodology Programme Anticipated Outcomes Anticipated Outcomes Programme Conclusions Conclusions
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Score: 791154.2 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/15/T061500000B0011PDFE.pdf
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Sacko, AU Commissioner of Agriculture, Rural Developmenet, Blue Economy and Sustainable Environment   Anticipation Hub - Written Statement  |  Video Statement  by Ms. Kara Siahaan, Head of the Anticipation Hub Concern Worldwide -  Written Statement  | Video Statement by Mr. (...) Peterri Taalas, WMO Secretary-General Resources News and Reports Bangladesh: Impact of Anticipatory Action - Striking before the floods to protect agricultural livelihoods Colombia: Impact of Early Warning Early Action - Boosting food security and social cohesion on the frontline of the migration crisis Horn of Africa: Impact of Early Warning Early Action - Protecting pastoralist livelihoods ahead of drought Madagascar: Impact of Early Warning Early Action - Protecting farming livelihoods from drought and food insecurity Mongolia: Impact of Early Warning Early Action - Protecting the livelihoods of herders from a dzud winter The Philippines: Impact of Early Warning Early Action - Exploring the interplay between El Niño-induced drought, conflict and gender Sudan: Impact of Early Warning Early Action - Protecting agropastoralist livelihoods ahead of drought FAO: ​​​​​ “Anticipating the immediate consequences of conflict on agricultural livelihoods and food insecurity” FAO:  Applying an inclusive and equitable approach to anticipatory action FAO Infographic:  Exploring Early Warning Early Action in conflict and mass migration settings Forecast-based Financing (FbF) Practitioners Manual Start Network: Start Financing Facility Start Network: 10 Lessons from the first three years of crisis anticipation WFP:  Forecast-based Financing in Nepal - A Return on Investment Study WFP:  Forecast-based financing (FbF) - Anticipatory actions for food security (2019) WFP: The Evidence Base on Anticipatory Action WFP: Acting Before a Flood to Protect the Most Vulnerable: An Independent Review of WFP’s Anticipatory Cash Transfers in Bangladesh   Tools Anticipation Hub: Anticipatory action in the world Anticipation Hub: Early action database   Additional Resources Anticipation Hub: Anticipatory Action Task Force (AATF) Anticipation Hub: Dialogue Platforms Call to Action on Emergency Alerting Overview of the Anticipation Hub Strategy OCHA website on Anticipatory Action Bangladesh Monsoon Flooding 2020: Anticipatory Action Pilot REAP website REAP Strategic Vision REAP Introductory Slides REAP Letter of Intent to join   Forecast-based Financing Country Factsheets Bangladesh Kyrgyzstan Peru Philippines Vietnam   Videos     Contacts Ms.
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Score: 790440.8 - https://www.unocha.org/high-le...on-commitment-act-ahead-crises
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Sacko, AU Commissioner of Agriculture, Rural Developmenet, Blue Economy and Sustainable Environment   Anticipation Hub - Written Statement  |  Video Statement  by Ms. Kara Siahaan, Head of the Anticipation Hub Concern Worldwide -  Written Statement  | Video Statement by Mr. (...) Peterri Taalas, WMO Secretary-General Resources News and Reports Bangladesh: Impact of Anticipatory Action - Striking before the floods to protect agricultural livelihoods Colombia: Impact of Early Warning Early Action - Boosting food security and social cohesion on the frontline of the migration crisis Horn of Africa: Impact of Early Warning Early Action - Protecting pastoralist livelihoods ahead of drought Madagascar: Impact of Early Warning Early Action - Protecting farming livelihoods from drought and food insecurity Mongolia: Impact of Early Warning Early Action - Protecting the livelihoods of herders from a dzud winter The Philippines: Impact of Early Warning Early Action - Exploring the interplay between El Niño-induced drought, conflict and gender Sudan: Impact of Early Warning Early Action - Protecting agropastoralist livelihoods ahead of drought FAO: ​​​​​ “Anticipating the immediate consequences of conflict on agricultural livelihoods and food insecurity” FAO:  Applying an inclusive and equitable approach to anticipatory action FAO Infographic:  Exploring Early Warning Early Action in conflict and mass migration settings Forecast-based Financing (FbF) Practitioners Manual Start Network: Start Financing Facility Start Network: 10 Lessons from the first three years of crisis anticipation WFP:  Forecast-based Financing in Nepal - A Return on Investment Study WFP:  Forecast-based financing (FbF) - Anticipatory actions for food security (2019) WFP: The Evidence Base on Anticipatory Action WFP: Acting Before a Flood to Protect the Most Vulnerable: An Independent Review of WFP’s Anticipatory Cash Transfers in Bangladesh   Tools Anticipation Hub: Anticipatory action in the world Anticipation Hub: Early action database   Additional Resources Anticipation Hub: Anticipatory Action Task Force (AATF) Anticipation Hub: Dialogue Platforms Call to Action on Emergency Alerting Overview of the Anticipation Hub Strategy OCHA website on Anticipatory Action Bangladesh Monsoon Flooding 2020: Anticipatory Action Pilot REAP website REAP Strategic Vision REAP Introductory Slides REAP Letter of Intent to join   Forecast-based Financing Country Factsheets Bangladesh Kyrgyzstan Peru Philippines Vietnam   Videos     Contacts Ms.
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Score: 790440.8 - https://www.unocha.org/node/957042
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Europe Region: How training can help workers and employers anticipate change Social Dialogue for Workplace Learning Case Study Series 2012. (...) Download: Europe Region: How training can help workers and employers anticipate change pdf - 0.8 MB This case study is one of a series of good practices on social dialogue and collective bargaining for skills development. It provides an overview of ‘European Agreement on Improving Professional Development through Effective Anticipation’ concluded between a multinational company Thales and a European Industry Federation.
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Score: 790246.88 - https://www.ilo.org/skills/pub...WCMS_547529/lang--en/index.htm
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To save lives, livelihoods, and any hope of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, we need to ramp up our development efforts, by anticipating the needs of the most vulnerable, regardless of the type of disaster.  (...) In 2023 UNDP will launch the Risk Anticipation Hub to produce a more complete picture of crisis-related risks, uncertainties, and threats to development. (...) In Vanuatu, UNDP works with government and civil society to leverage foresight to anticipate challenges associated with disasters, climate change, and pandemics.
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Score: 788409.67 - https://www.undp.org/blog/navigating-uncertainty
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Similarly, if operational controls are used as a means to stabilize a substance, carriers would need this information to ensure that the operational controls are properly implemented and that mitigation actions can be considered when delays occur. 10.4.3 Carries are also encouraged to use the SADT/SAPT and anticipated duration for the effectiveness of inhibitors to anticipate contingencies and/or prepare for imminent dangers in the event of delays. (...) Similarly, if operational controls are used as a means to stabilize a substance, carriers would also need this information to ensure they are properly implemented and mitigation actions can be considered when delays occur. 9 Without knowing, at minimum, the SADT/SAPT and anticipated duration for the effectiveness of inhibitors, carriers would be unable to anticipate contingencies and/or prepare for imminent dangers in the event of delays. (...) Where chemical stabilization becomes ineffective at lower temperatures within the anticipated duration of transport, temperature control is required.
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Score: 785973.24 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...abilizers_CTU-Code_2022_13.pdf
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ILO Regional Skills Programme on Regional Training on Skills Anticipation Skip to main content ILO Advancing social justice, promoting decent work ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations Countries Topics Sectors Search ilo.org Search ilo.org Menu Home About the ILO Newsroom Meetings and events Publications Research Labour standards Statistics and databases Contact Us ILO in Asia and the Pacific About us Countries covered Areas of work Child Labour Employment promotion Equality and discrimination Forced labour Green jobs Informal economy International labour standards Labour market governance and working conditions Labour migration Preparing the future of work in Asia-Pacific Safety and health at work Skills and employability Social security Workers and Employers Organizations Youth employment Programmes and projects Research and Publications Asia-Pacific labour market insights Issue briefs Events and meetings Media centre News and articles Impact stories Statements and speeches Videos and Photos ILO Knowledge Centre ILO home Regions and countries ILO in Asia and the Pacific Events and meetings ILO Regional Skills Programme on Regional Training on Skills Anticipation ... ILO Regional Skills Programme on Regional Training on Skills Anticipation The ILO through its Regional Skills Programme host this capacity building workshop, aiming at improving knowledge of the participants on the analysis of future skill needs, understanding the central importance of identifying current and future skills needs and labour market imbalances in a broader policy framework; and developing proposals for how to meet future skill needs. Anticipating skills needs will ensure that information is provided to all concerned stakeholders on future needs and imbalances, and for informed decision-making so that skills mismatch and imbalances are avoided.
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Score: 784109.9 - https://www.ilo.org/asia/event...WCMS_391986/lang--ja/index.htm
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Background and objectives More anticipation is needed within the humanitarian system from countries and humanitarian organizations to address the increasing number of natural disasters and climate risks. (...) It will additionally highlight the work of other humanitarian and development actors, including Start Network, a network of 42 humanitarian NGOs, supported by DFID, Irish Aid, the Netherlands, ECHO and Belgium, and its early action engagement in relation to their Crises Anticipation Window. Discussion points To develop recommendations and principles for relevant humanitarian policy processes, the event will focus on the following questions and discussion points: • What have past disaster scenarios shown us? (...) Format 00.00h – 00.05h Opening & Welcome by Ambassador Jürgen Schulz, Germany and Ambassador Masud Bin Momen, Bangladesh 00.05h – 00.10h Keynote-Speech by ASG Ursula Müller, UN Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator OCHA 00.10h – 00.30h Setting the Scene: - The Forecast-based Financing concept incl. video presentation (German Red Cross) - The Start Fund Crises Anticipation Window (Start Network) - Forecast-based Action by the IFRC Disaster Relief Emergency Fund (IFRC) - Anticipatory action in practice - Case studies (Bangladesh Red Crescent) 00.30h – 00.55h Thematic panel discussion 00.55h – 00.70h Questions & Answers 00.70h – 00.75h: Closing remarks Panel composition • ASG Ursula Müller, UN Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator, OCHA • Alexandra Rüth, Head of Climate Change Task Team, German Red Cross • MD Belal Hossain, Director of Disaster Management, Bangladesh Red Crescent Society • Sarah Klassen, Crises Anticipation Advisor (Start Network) Panel moderator • Jemilah Mahmood, Under-Secretary General, IFRC Background Material • IFRC and German Red Cross Website: www.forecast-based-financing.org http://www.forecast-based-financing.org/ • Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre: http://www.climatecentre.org • German Red Cross: https://www.drk.de/fileadmin/user_upload/FBF/FbF-An_innovative_approach.pdf • START Network: https://startnetwork.org/start-fund/crisis-anticipation-window Contact For more information, please contact: Liana Ghukasyan Delegation of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies to the United Nations Senior Humanitarian Affairs Delegate/Chargée d’affaires Email: Liana.ghukasyan@ifrc.org Tel. +1 212 338 0161 ext. 206 Dr Peter Buschmann Permanent Mission of the Federal Republic of Germany to the United Nations Counsellor/Humanitarian Affairs Email: wi-5-1-vn@newy.auswaertiges-amt.de Tel. +1 212-940-0416 http://www.climatecentre.org/ https://www.drk.de/fileadmin/user_upload/FBF/FbF-An_innovative_approach.pdf https://startnetwork.org/start-fund/crisis-anticipation-window mailto:Liana.ghukasyan@ifrc.org mailto:wi-5-1-vn@newy.auswaertiges-amt.de
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Score: 782704.15 - https://www.unocha.org/sites/u...recast-based%20Financing_0.pdf
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Accounts of the state of play of the Uruguay Round negotiations around 1992 suggest that the issue of disciplining such subsidies was one of the more difficult subjects dividing the European Communities and the United States, and that the relationship between the new SCM Agreement and the 1992 Agreement was contentious and ultimately remained unresolved.1 It was agreed in Article 12 of the 1992 Agreement to negotiate a multilateral agreement on trade in civil aircraft.2 The SCM Agreement itself reflects that, at the time of its conclusion, negotiations on multilateral rules on trade in the civil aircraft sector were anticipated.3 However, we note that no such multilateral rules were ever agreed, except for the incorporation of the 1979 Agreement as a plurilateral agreement in Annex 4 to the WTO Agreement."4 ___ Current as of: June 2022 1 (footnote original) See, for instance, Minutes of the GATT Committee on Trade in Civil Aircraft meeting held on 16 July 1992, AIR/M/32, and meeting held on 8 October 1992, AIR/M/33. 2 (footnote original) Article 12.2 of the 1992 Agreement provides that "{t}he Parties shall make their utmost efforts to ensure that these or similar disciplines are incorporated into the Aircraft Agreement or adopted by key signatories at the earliest possible date". Article 12.3 anticipates that "{i}f multilateralization has not been achieved in one year, the Parties shall review the question of the continued application of this bilateral Agreement." 3 (footnote original) Footnote 15 to (now expired) Article 6.1(a) of the SCM Agreement states that, "{s}ince it is anticipated that civil aircraft will be subject to specific multilateral rules, the threshold in this subparagraph does not apply to civil aircraft." Moreover, footnote 24 to (now expired) Article 8.2(a) of the SCM Agreement provides that "{s}ince it is anticipated that civil aircraft will be subject to specific multilateral rules, the provisions of this subparagraph do not apply to that product." 4 Appellate Body Report, EC and certain member States – Large Civil Aircraft, para. 854.
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Score: 781630.76 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...i17_e/aircraft_general_jur.pdf
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Call for Proposals: Skills Needs Anticipation (SNA) Guidance Manual Infographic Video Production Skip to main content ILO Advancing social justice, promoting decent work ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations Countries Country data and ILO results Africa Americas Arab States Asia and the Pacific Europe and Central Asia Topics 2030 Development Agenda Apprenticeships Care Economy Child Labour Collective bargaining and labour relations Cooperatives COVID-19 Decent work Digital labour platforms Disability and work Domestic workers DW4SD Resource Platform Economic and social development Employment injury insurance and protection Employment Intensive Investment Employment promotion Employment security Equality and discrimination Fair recruitment Forced labour, human trafficking and slavery Freedom of association Future of work Gender equality Globalization Green jobs HIV and AIDS Indigenous and tribal peoples Informal economy Labour inspection and administration Labour law Labour migration Maritime Labour Convention Maternity protection Millennium Development Goals Multinational enterprises Non-standard forms of employment Poverty Rural economy Safety and health at work Skills, Knowledge and Employability Small and Medium Enterprises Social and Solidarity Economy Social dialogue and tripartism Social finance Social protection Supply chains Sustainable enterprises Violence and harassment Wages Working time and work organization Work, peace and resilience Youth employment Sectors Agriculture; plantations;other rural sectors Basic Metal Production Chemical industries Commerce Construction Education Financial services; professional services Food; drink; tobacco Forestry; wood; pulp and paper Health services Hotels; tourism; catering Mining (coal; other mining) Mechanical and electrical engineering Media; culture; graphical Oil and gas production; oil refining Postal and telecommunications services Public service Shipping; ports; fisheries; inland waterways Textiles; clothing; leather; footwear Transport (including civil aviation; railways; road transport) Transport equipment manufacturing Utilities (water; gas; electricity) Search ilo.org Search ilo.org Menu Home About the ILO Newsroom Meetings and events Publications Research Labour standards Statistics and databases Contact Us ILO in the Philippines About the Office Areas of work Child labour Employment promotion Equality and discrimination Green jobs Informal economy International labour standards Labour market governance and working conditions Labour migration Safety and health at work Skills and employability Social security Workers' and Employers' Organizations Decent work in the Philippines Programmes and projects Events, meetings and trainings Publications Public information Feature articles News and press releases Newsletters Statements and speeches Photos and videos Library / knowledge center ILO home Regions and countries ILO in Asia and the Pacific Offices in the Region ILO in the Philippines About the Office Call for Proposals: Skills Needs Anticipation (SNA) Guidance Manual Infographic ... Call for Proposals: Skills Needs Anticipation (SNA) Guidance Manual Infographic Video Production The ILO would like to engage a consultant/s or an institution for video production of the knowledge product, an Infographic AVP (3mn) focused on the stepwise process of conducting a Skills Needs Anticipation process for specific industry sectors. (...) Download: Call for Proposals: Skills Needs Anticipation (SNA) Guidance Manual Infographic Video Production pdf - 0.1 MB The ILO-InSIGHT2 project, in collaboration with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) has undertaken enhancing Skills Needs Anticipation (SNA) methodologies to make Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) delivery system more responsive to labour market demands.
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Score: 780270.1 - https://www.ilo.org/manila/abo...WCMS_823243/lang--en/index.htm
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