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Despite average broadband penetration and widespread Internet usage, Austrians consume far less audiovisual online content than the average European. (...) Services to citizens, however, lag behind with one of the lowest figures for online availability at half the EU average. Online sophistication is slightly below the average, at 71%. (...) Online sophistication was measured at 82%, slightly above average.
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Score: 1151555.5 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/...eneva08/sec_2008_470_Vol_3.pdf
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Twenty-two upper middle-income and 39 lower-middle income countries have EGDI scores below the global EGDI average and 10 countries in the lower middle-income group have scores above the global EGDI average. (...) For the first time in 2018 the main contributor of EDGI scores improvement in all income groups is development of online services, suggesting that globally, there was a steady progress in improving e-government and public services provision online. (...) Increasingly, more countries provide online services targeted to the most vulnerable groups.
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Score: 1098655.3 - https://www.un.org/development...18-un-e-government-survey.html
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GCIv4 Weights - Summary Stats.xlsx 1/6 29 June 2020 ITU Global Cybersecurity Index 2020, 4th edition Weightage Recommendations Average of Weightage Recs Legal Measures 1 Cybercrime substantive law 6.22 1.1 Do you have substantive law on unauthorized online behavior? (...) 3.53 1.3 Do you have substantive law on online safety? 2.36 1.3.1 Do you have dispositions/legal measures on offences related to racist and xenophobic online material? (...) 5.15 3.2 Does the framework include international standards (ITU-T, ISO/IEC, NIST, ANSI/ISA etc...)? 4.85 4 Child Online Protection 2.06 4.1 Are there any reporting mechanisms and capabilities deployed to help protect children online?
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Score: 1090772.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...geRecommendations-Averages.pdf
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BULGARIA https://ucha.se/ Online individualized learning The ‘Learning can be fun and easy’ initiative is an example of an online technology-based individualized learning programme that can help support children and adolescents’ learning needs in a sustainable way. (...) The second round was held in 2017 with 200 Grade 5 to 8 students in 15 schools with higher than average dropout rates. The results were similarly encouraging. (...) Following the pilot testing, UNICEF’s business partner has expanded the online diagnostic testing tool to all grades from 1 through 12.
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Score: 1077090.2 - https://www.unicef.org/media/6...-CountrySolutions-Bulgaria.pdf
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Parents may need to have frank discussion about reproductive health with their teenage sons and daughters Key Differences between Vanuatu and Tonga When compared to Vanuatu’s young people, Tonga’s young people enjoy greater access to the internet, resulting in higher rates of participation in social media and greater levels of confidence when dealing with problems they may encounter online Key Differences between Vanuatu and Tonga What Tongan Children are saying What Ni‐Vanuatu Children are saying 70% of students report owning a mobile  phone 80% own a mobile 58% own a laptop 27% own a laptop 20% own a desktop 8% own a desktop 49% report owning a smart phone 34% have a smartphone 56% have access to the internet via their  phones 57% have access to internet through  their smartphones 65% have used the internet on a mobile  phone in the last 30 days  46% accessed internet through a mobile  phone Key Differences between Vanuatu and Tonga What Tongan Children are saying What Ni‐Vanuatu Children are saying 57% have used the internet on a desktop or  laptop at home in the last 30 days 28% on a laptop or desktop at home,  48% have used the internet on a desktop or  laptop at school  81% on a laptop or desktop at school 41% have used the internet on a desktop or  laptop in an internet café 37% on a laptop top or desktop at an  internet cafe  On average, children report using the  internet somewhere between 2‐5 days a  weeks The average participant would use the  internet only 1‐2 days a week 80% of students report having used online  social networks like Facebook 49% go online to social networking sites like  Facebook On average, most participants agree with the  statement “I am confident about dealing  with problems when I am online.” On average, most participants disagree with  the statement, "I am confident about dealing  with problems when I am online." WAY FORWARD What children are saying… On average, students disagree with the statement “I am confident about dealing with problems online” WAY FORWARD What parents are saying… Parents/caregivers disagree with the statement “I am confident about helping my child deal with problems online” WAY FORWARD • Integrating cyber safety awareness into school curricula • National baseline • Codes of conduct • Bridge Generational Gap • Child protection policy THANK YOU q2 QUESTIONS?
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Score: 1075485.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...14/September-COP/Jean_Choi.pdf
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Average EU speeds are about 1 MBps24 with limited upload speeds. (...) The overall use of online media by the public is growing fast across the whole of Europe, with areas such as user-created content, online games and online advertising all showing considerable developments. (...) The Nordic countries along with the Netherlands lead the way in total online media use. Young people are more active users, and their online activities have started to cut into offline activities.
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Score: 1066288 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/...eneva08/sec_2008_470_Vol_1.pdf
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Explore our work in the different regions of the world. view East and Southern Africa view West and Central Africa view Arab States view Europe and the CIS view Latin America and the Caribbean view Asia and the Pacific Regions Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa SDG 17: Partnerships for the goals New Guide and E-Learning Course on Volunteer Work Measurement - now out! Join the online course on measurement of volunteer work run by ILO and UNV in September 2021 27 July 2021 Global Article SDG 5: Gender equality Beyond averages: do gender disparities exist in volunteering? What do the hidden figures tell us? Looking beyond averages will tell a slightly different story about how we fare with achieving gender balance in volunteering - at UNV and at the global level.  For example, if we disaggregate data on UNV gender averages, we will see that in some regions such as in Western and Central Africa, the average drops to 40-60 in favour of male volunteers, whereas in Latin America, the number of women volunteers tend to be higher.  04 March 2021 Global Success stories SDG 8: Decent work and economic growth, SDG 17: Partnerships for the goals UNV and International Labour Organization sign Memorandum of Understanding UNV and the International Labour Organization (ILO) will partner on the deployment of UN Volunteers in support of the organization's work, following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding.
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Score: 1056373.6 - https://www.unv.org/taxonomy/term/4779
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., which are specifically supported by UNV) Baseline (2017, unless noted) 2021 Targets 2021 Results % Achievements Performance Cumulative quadrennial number of volunteer schemes (online, onsite, regional, national, sub-regional, youth, etc.) supported by UNV 12 (2014-2017) 15 20 133% Cumulative quadrennial number of Member States partnering with UNV to develop their policies and legislation on volunteerism 3 10 24 240% Cumulative quadrennial number of Member States contributing to evidence and knowledge products 3 64 54 84% Number of plan of action partners engaged in technical meetings and consultations at global and national levels 8 120 59 49% Baseline (2017, unless noted) 2021 Targets 2021 Results % Achievements Performance 92% 95% 99% 104% 34 55 55 100% Annex 4: 2021 Annual Performance Indicators Outcome 1. (...) DP 2022/24 _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Output (UNV provides specific support for the following results) Output Indicator (output indicators measure only those results from schemes, services, plans, actions, etc., which are specifically supported by UNV) Baseline (2017, unless noted) 2021 Targets 2021 Results % Achievements Performance Number of months volunteered per year through UNV (online and onsite) 52,768 (onsite) 65,000 88,338 136% Number of online volunteering opportunities per year through UNV 2,067 (2020) 2,357 2,551 108% Number of people volunteered per year through UNV (online and onsite), 6,501 (onsite) 8,500 10,921 128% Number of online volunteers requested per year through UNV 7,764 (2020) 9,101 9,484 104% Percentage of UN-Volunteers reporting that their assignment enhanced their personal and professional development 93% 95% 93% 98% Percentage of UN-Volunteers satisfied with their volunteering experience. 91% 95% 97% 102% Result Statements Indicators Baseline (2017, unless noted) 2021 Targets 2021 Results % Achievements Performance Number of business days for national UN-Volunteer deployment (average) 37 21 44 48% Number of business days for international UN-Volunteer deployment (average) 81 55 74 74% Percentage of personnel who are female: a. (...) Management efficiency ratio (percentage, average during the strategic framework period). 9.75% (2014-2017) 8% 5% 160% 1.
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Score: 1046790.5 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f.../files/dp2022-24_Annex%204.pdf
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., which are specifically supported by UNV) Baseline (2017, unless noted) 2018 Targets 2018 Results % Achievements 2019 Targets 2019 Results % Achievements MTR % Achievements Performance Number of volunteer schemes (online, onsite, regional, national, subregional, youth, etc.) supported by UNV. 12 (2014-2017) 12 11 92% 13 11 85% 88% Number of Member States partnering with UNV to develop their policies and legislation on volunteerism. 3 3 5 167% 4 5 125% 146% Number of Member States contributing research and knowledge products to the plan of action. 3 10 35 350% 13 8 62% 206% Number of plan of action partners engaged in technical meetings and consultations at global and national levels 8 53 53 100% 75 87 116% 108% Baseline (2017, unless noted) 2018 Targets 2018 Results % Achievements 2019 Targets 2019 Results % Achievements MTR % Average Achievements Performance 92% 93% - - 93% 93% 100% 100% 34 35 38 109% 37 54 146% 127% Output (UNV provides specific support for the following results) Output Indicator (output indicators measure only those results from schemes, services, plans, actions, etc., which are specifically supported by UNV) Baseline (2017, unless noted) 2018 Targets 2018 Results % Achievements 2019 Targets 2019 Results % Achievements MTR % Achievements Performance Number of months volunteered per year through UNV (online and onsite) 52,768 (onsite) 56,141 53,194 95% 57,827 65,014 112% 104% Number of months volunteered per year through UNV (online and onsite) 2,099 (online - 2016) 2,326 2,886 124% 2,440 2,198 90% 107% Number of people volunteered per year through UNV (online and onsite), 6,501 (onsite) 6,750 7,201 107% 7,000 8,282 118% 112% Number of people volunteered per year through UNV (online and onsite), 12,592 (online - 2016) 13,955 17,028 122% 14,637 13,186 90% 106% Percentage of UN-Volunteers reporting that their assignment enhanced their personal and professional development 93% 94% 92% 98% 94% 92% 98% 98% Percentage of UN-Volunteers satisfied with their volunteering experience. 91% 92% 95% 103% 93% 95% 102% 103% Annex 5: Mid-Term Performance Indicators, cumulative 2018-2019 Outcome 1. (...) Management efficiency ratio (percentage, average during the strategic framework period). 9.75% (2014-2017) 9% 8% 113% 8% 7% 123% 118% *Note: MTR % achievements are calculated as average achievements of 2018 and 2019. 1.
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Score: 1046775 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...ession/dp2020-14_Annex%205.pdf
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Population share -9%9% Active Freelancers Share in WB6 13% 1% 3% 22% 51% -6% -7% -1% +12% +10% Share in WB6 16% 16% 16% 39% 12% 4% vs. Average In WB6 -62%$4k Average Per Person $8k $7k $12k $9k $12k -20% -26% +23% +16% -7% Amount Earned vs. (...) These indicators are compared throughout the region to evaluate the status of each country responding to the online job market needs. out of 23k analysed This brief is dedicated to the online job market, analyzing publicly available data published by freelancers on the Internet (UpWork.com platform). Although it is hard to estimate the exact amount earned by Western Balkans (WB6) countries through online job market, based on data collected they have earned more than $140 mln from 2015 till June 2021.
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Score: 1045945.9 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...ef_Draft_1%5B42%5D%5B90%5D.pdf
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