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SS7 Initial Address message (IAM) I am important SS7 Initial Address message (IAM) Important am I 11 11.02.2003 Workshop on Telecommunications for Disaster Relief, 17-19 February 2003 PresentPresent o Today, we have agreement on a protocol for identifying a call that is to be provided preference as it crosses country boundaries. o Treatment of an IEPS call within a country is a national matter. o Countries may still have a national preference scheme of their own design. o Countries may choose to apply IEPS within their own country as well. 12 11.02.2003 Workshop on Telecommunications for Disaster Relief, 17-19 February 2003 PresentPresent o The Nov. 2002 ITU-T SG 11 meeting requested Consent to add the international IEPS to: • Q.761 • Q.762 ISUP 2000 • Q.763 • Q.764 • Q.767 Legacy ISUP • Q.1902.1 • Q.1902.2 BICC • Q.1902.3 • Q.1902.4 • Q.2761 • Q.2762 B-ISUP • Q.2763 • Q.2764 13 11.02.2003 Workshop on Telecommunications for Disaster Relief, 17-19 February 2003 ISUP 767ISUP 767 o Need for International Emergency Preference Scheme o CPC IEPS call marking for preferential call set up 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 o Bypass restrictive network management controls 14 11.02.2003 Workshop on Telecommunications for Disaster Relief, 17-19 February 2003 ISUP 2000ISUP 2000 o Need for International Emergency Preference Scheme o Phased implementation o CPC IEPS call marking for preferential call set up 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 o Bypass restrictive network management controls o A new parameter is anticipated in order to carry additional informational elements such as identification, security, validation, and priority levels o Queuing o Early ACM (Continuity test first) 15 11.02.2003 Workshop on Telecommunications for Disaster Relief, 17-19 February 2003 ISUP BICCISUP BICC o Need for International Emergency Preference Scheme o Phased implementation o CPC IEPS call marking for preferential call set up 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 o Bypass restrictive network management controls o A new parameter is anticipated in order to carry additional informational elements such as identification, security, validation, and priority levels o Queuing o Early ACM (Call Completion Delay notification after continuity) o Codec negotiation procedures not invoked o An emergency call indicator to the BCF in the BNC Information Request primitive and/or in the Bearer Set-up Request primitive 16 11.02.2003 Workshop on Telecommunications for Disaster Relief, 17-19 February 2003 BB--ISUPISUP o Need for International Emergency Preference Scheme o Phased implementation o CPC IEPS call marking for preferential call set up 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 o Bypass restrictive network management controls o A new parameter is anticipated in order to carry additional informational elements such as identification, security, validation, and priority levels o Queuing o Early ACM (Call Completion Delay notification) o IEPS call marking in the Set_Up request primitive o Lack of resources prior to determination of IEPS 17 11.02.2003 Workshop on Telecommunications for Disaster Relief, 17-19 February 2003 Past Present Future AGENDA 18 11.02.2003 Workshop on Telecommunications for Disaster Relief, 17-19 February 2003 FutureFuture o We anticipate developing additional protocol and procedures in support of revised E.106 requirements. (...) 19 11.02.2003 Workshop on Telecommunications for Disaster Relief, 17-19 February 2003 FutureFuture o ITU-T SG 2 is continuing work on E.106 via a reflector. It is anticipated E.106 will be ready for determination at the April meeting. o ITU-T SG 11 agreed to continue work via the JIVE tool in preparation for the Sept. meeting where it is anticipated that work on new informational elements will progress. o Backward compatibility is essential for deployment.
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Score: 754856.93 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu-t/workshop/ets/s6p1.pdf
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Lessons: ➢ Make the best use of worker’s demographics to smooth the transition : ➢ Even the proudest workers don’t want their kids to work in mines ➢ Use time today to anticipate and prepare workers psychologically for the day without coal ➢ “Stop hiring young workers and let the others retire”. 2. (...) Lessons : ➢ Transition requires some resources, but doesn’t necessarily imply a huge net cost for the government. ➢ Need fiscal transfers to affected regions ➢ Private companies should contribute either directly or indirectly (tax revenues) to some extent : i.e. cleaning up the site and/or helping workers and regions. ➢ Anticipation means first avoiding new investments that are not compatible with long term objectives (avoid stranded assets!) (...) IDDRI’s work on the French debate on the carbon tax 1. Anticipating the impact on consumers Risk: A carbon tax can exacerbate vulnerabilities and inequalities. ➢ Identify the vulnerable consumers: who are they?
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Score: 754136.8 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...ons/elisabeth_hege_francia.pdf
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Lower wheat output is offset by a record coarse grains production of 1 207 million tonnes anticipated in 2012, compared to 1 164 million tonnes in 2011 – itself a record year.   (...) Asia is expected to account for most of the increase, but higher output is anticipated in most regions. World trade in dairy products is expected to continue expanding in 2012. Demand remains firm, with imports anticipated to reach 52.7 million tonnes of milk equivalent.
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Score: 754136.8 - https://www.fao.org/newsroom/d...d-prices-ease-but-stay-high/en
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The Prosecution does not contest that a brief explanation as to why an issue is new and could not have been anticipated must be made in an application for leave to reply. (...) Further submissions on a point that is not new and that was anticipated - and argued - does not meet the test for leave to reply. (...) The Defence could have anticipated that the Prosecution would make reference to the test for reconsideration, as set out in the ICC jurisprudence.
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Score: 753587.8 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/.../CourtRecords/CR2019_02765.PDF
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The report provides an estimate of the anticipated level of expenditures for the biennium 2016-2017, taking into account actual expenditures for the first 22 months of the biennium, projected requirements for the last two months, and changes in inflation and exchange rates. 2. (...) Turning now to income, projections indicate that an amount of $553.7 million is anticipated, representing an increase of $14.5 million when compared to the projections anticipated one year ago. (...) Consequently, the combined effect of the anticipated final level of expenditure and income for the biennium 2016-2017 results in a net increase of $46.9 million, representing 1 per cent of the net revised appropriation and estimated income. 1 11.
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Score: 753059.3 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...-2017_2PR_ASG%20Controller.pdf
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MAHAMAT SAID ABDEL KANI Public with Confidential Annexes A, B and C Prosecution’s List of Witnesses, Proposed Order of Appearance, and Summaries of Anticipated Testimony Source: Office of the Prosecutor ICC-01/14-01/21-354 10-06-2022 1/4 RH T ICC-01/14-01/21 2/4 10 June 2022 Document to be notified in accordance with regulation 31 of the Regulations of the Court to: The Office of the Prosecutor Mr Karim A.A. (...) This list includes columns indicating: the witness’s pseudonym number (referred to in the heading as “code”); name; type of witness (e.g., Seleka insider, crime base, etc.); whether the witness has dual witness/victim status; projected order of calling; proposed mode of testimony (e.g., full viva voce, 68(3), 68(2)(b) or 68(2)(c)); anticipated language of testimony, and estimated length of questioning by the Prosecution. (...) Confidential Annex C contains summaries of the anticipated testimony of all of the Prosecution’s witnesses.
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Score: 753059.3 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/.../CourtRecords/CR2022_04661.PDF
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Practitioners from different organizations will highlight some of the key challenges and tested solutions for anticipating slow onset hazards, and the lessons learned.   (...) OJECTIVES Share on the work of FAO and other key actors in slow onset hazards and discuss the concept of a phased approach towards anticipating slow-onset hazards   Launch and present FAO's position paper on the phased approach to Anticipatory Action for slow-onset hazards    Share lessons learned from practitioners on the implementation of anticipatory actions to mitigate the impact of slow onset hazards on the most vulnerable SPEAKERS Joshua Ngaina , Anticipatory Action Agro -meteorologist at FAO   Maurine Ambani , Regional Coordinator for Forecast based Financingin Easter Africa at  WFP   Josée Poirier , Senior Data Scientist at UNOCHA Centre for Humanitarian Data   Anastancia Mangisi, Head of Project at Welthungerhilfe     MODERATOR  Viola Otieno, Earth Observation Expert and Lead at ICPAC     #HappeningSoon | How can the work of #AnticipatoryAction in slow onset hazards protect agricultural livelihoods and food security? (...) 🕑 14:00 - 15:30 hours CEST ✍️ https://t.co/gjIYkrTyjJ #ks4resilience pic.twitter.com/7VURxuxD9x — FAO in Emergencies (@FAOemergencies) September 28, 2022 Download Related links Webinar series on Anticipatory Action (AA) FAO Early Warning - Anticipatory Action (EWAA) Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Asia-Pacific Regional technical working group on anticipatory action ASEAN Agreement on Disaster Management and Emergency Response (AADMER) ASEAN Guidelines on Disaster Responsive Social Protection (ASEAN DRSP Guidelines) Anticipatory action for livelihood protection: A collective endeavour Anticipatory action, shock-responsive social protection and cash transfers in ASEAN: what are we learning and where do we go next? - Anticipation Hub (anticipation-hub.org) Changing the way we manage disasters: linking anticipatory action and social protection to protect agricultural livelihoods from shocks in Asia (swapcard.com)   Early Action: The State of Play 2021 Anticipatory Action: The Enabling Environment Linking Social Protection and Early Action - a game changer for people centred climate action?
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Score: 753059.3 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...nts/news-details/en/c/1605124/
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Depending on the detailed facts, such profit margin may include a share of the anticipated savings derived due to Company P’s actions, and may be an amount that is greater than under (ii) (b). (...) In such a case the legal owner should not be entitled to share in any portion of the anticipated (ex ante) return associated with the development or acquisition, enhancement, maintenance, or commercial exploitation of the intangible, beyond the appropriate remuneration for its legal protection function. (...) In this case, key functions in relation to the acquisition of the intangible are those necessary to select the most appropriate intangible in the market, to analyze its anticipated benefits, take the decision to take on the risk- bearing opportunity through purchasing the intangible and manage the actual conclusion of the acquisition.
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Score: 751736.5 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...angibles_20161127_v7_clean.pdf
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Anticipating the impacts of COVID-19 in humanitarian and food crisis contexts |KORE - Knowledge Sharing Platform on Resilience| Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations  FAO.org english français All FAO websites       This site only KORE - Knowledge Sharing Platform on Resilience Background News and events Good practices Publications Webinar Series Anticipating the impacts of COVID-19 in humanitarian and food crisis contexts 04/04/2020 Keywords: Early Warning Anticipatory Action , Emergency response , Food chain threats , Food security , Natural hazards , Pandemic threats , Preparedness , Protracted crises and conflicts , Vulnerability reduction While the COVID-19 pandemic is devastating lives, public health systems, livelihoods and economies all over the world, populations living in food crisis contexts are particularly exposed to its effects . (...) The outbreak of the Ebola virus disease (EVD) in West Africa, the financial crisis of 2007–2008, or other crisis, could serve as an example as they all highlight the need to act quickly and anticipate the collateral effects of the COVID-19 pandemic by devising appropriate policy measures, maintaining and upscaling humanitarian food security interventions, and protecting the livelihoods and food access of the most vulnerable people, particularly those in food crisis contexts.
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Score: 751270.1 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...ications-details/en/c/1271212/
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The dual threat of extreme weather and the COVID-19 crisis: Anticipating the impacts on food availability |KORE - Knowledge Sharing Platform on Resilience| Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations  FAO.org english français All FAO websites       This site only KORE - Knowledge sharing platform on Emergencies and Resilience Background News and events Good practices Publications Thematic series COVID-19 The dual threat of extreme weather and the COVID-19 crisis: Anticipating the impacts on food availability 21/07/2020 Keywords: Agricultural sectors , Climate , Food security , Governance and Policy , Pandemic threats The COVID-19 pandemic is having a profound effect on the global economy and is jeopardizing the livelihoods and food security of millions of people. (...) Weather forecasts for 2020 indicate a high probability that extreme weather will adversely affect food production in many countries. Anticipating how extreme weather events may affect food availability in the context of a severely weakened global economy, and where the risks posed by this dual threat are greatest, is important for taking proactive steps to reduce these risks.
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Score: 751270.1 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...ications-details/en/c/1299036/
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