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SECURITY RISKS, THREATS, AND IRRESPONSIBLE BEHAVIORS UNDERMINING STABILITY IN OUTER SPACE. SUBMITTED BY THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY AND THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES
Open-Ended Working Group (OEWG) on behaviors apt. I. Security risks and threats in outer space 5. (...) (e) Absence of clear and internationally-understood standards and norms of behavior: Risk reduction requires a shared understanding of standards and norms against which to gauge the behavior of another spacecraft in the vicinity of one’s own. (...) Irresponsible and threatening behavior in space
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Score: 971581 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...&DS=A/AC.294/2022/WP.17&Lang=E
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The Behavior Change Enabler A template for accelerating the impact of behavior change, in maternal and child health programs, in 24 priority countries. * The Behavior Change Enabler A template for accelerating the impact of behavior change in maternal and child health programs in 24 priority countries. (...) •Establish indicators/outcomes for these behaviors that can be monitored and evaluated. •Implement behavior change for these behaviors with evidence-based tools and interventions. 3 * What are the “accelerator behaviors”? (...) Accelerator behaviors
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Score: 943946.9 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/abou...nce/partnersforum/4a_bravo.pdf
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IMPLEMENTATION OF DECISION V/32 ON ENLARGEMENT OF THE SCOPE OF THE TRUST FUND TO ASSIST DEVELOPING AND OTHER COUNTRIES IN NEED OF ASSISTANCE IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE BASEL CONVENTION
Successful leadership is based in definable, learnable behavior. Description Behavioral theories of leadership do not seek inborn traits or capabilities. (...) With a large enough study, you can then correlate statistically significant behaviors with success. You can also identify behaviors which contribute to failure, thus adding a second layer of understanding. (...) Patterns of aggressive behavior in experimentally created social climates.
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Score: 942837.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=UNEP/CHW.9/27&Lang=E
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CATEGORIZING LETHAL AUTONOMOUS WEAPONS SYSTEMS - A TECHNICAL AND LEGAL PERSPECTIVE TO UNDERSTANDING LAWS - SUBMITTED BY ESTONIA AND FINLAND
The assumption that automation (in contrast to autonomy) would always produce inherently or structurally stable and thereby safe systems behavior, is not valid in complex systems. Rather, the controlled and stable behavior of complex automated systems is an achievement of thorough systems design and rigorous testing. 2. (...) The programming and control structures behind AI systems are fundamentally about task execution. Complex behaviors are abstracted and divided into simple tasks on various levels. (...) Again, testing and experience of use are in a crucial role to achieving reliable and predictable systems behavior. 8. Depending on the situation, tasks vary in duration and complexity.
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Score: 940505.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...&DS=CCW/GGE.2/2018/WP.2&Lang=E
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Introduction 6 Introduction Chapter One Communication for Behavior Change - Martine Najem 01 First: The Conceptual Framework for Behavior Change A- Health Behavior B- Social Ecological Model for Behavior Change C- Stages of Behavior Change 02 Second: Behavior Change Communication A- Definition of Behavior Change Communication B- Behavior Change Communication Strategies C- Communication Objectives in Behavior Change Communication Programs D- Audience Analysis Chapter Two Behavior Change Communication in Humanitarian Crises - Martine Najem 01 First: Emergency Response in Humanitarian Crises A- Vulnerability in Emergency Situations B- Humanitarian Response and Disaster Management C- Behavior Change Communication in Humanitarian Crises D- Principles and Measures that Support Behavior Change Communication Programs in Humanitarian Crises E- The Importance of Raising Awareness in Behavior Change Communication Programs in Humanitarian Crises 02 Second: Ethical Considerations in Behavior Change Communication Programs in Humanitarian Crises Table of Contents 9 8 9 14 18 18 23 7 Interpersonal Communication Skills for Behavior Change Chapter Three: Interpersonal Communication - Dr. (...) The more the desired behavior is attuned with an individual’s self-image, the higher the possibility of changing this behavior. (...) Second: Behavior Change Communication A- Definition of Behavior Change Communication Communication for behavior change is aimed at bringing about a change in the behavior of individuals, families, or communities.
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Score: 929884.9 - https://www.unicef.org/lebanon/media/4436/file
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The Risks, Attitudes, Norms, Abilities and Self-regulation (RANAS) approach to systematic behavior change designs and evaluates behavioral change strategies by focusing on five behavioral factors. Behavioral factors are people’s beliefs, perceptions, feelings and thoughts which influence their behavior. (...) A specific household survey measured both current behaviors around household waste as well as the underlying behavioral factors of doers and non-doers .
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Score: 929672.5 - https://www.undp.org/acceleratorlabs/blog/change-begins-home
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FOLLOW-UP TO THE 4TH WORLD CONFERENCE ON WOMEN AND TO THE SPECIAL SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY ENTITLED "WOMEN 2000 : GENDER EQUALITY, DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE FOR THE 21ST CENTURY" : IMPLEMENTATION OF STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES AND ACTION IN THE CRITICAL AREAS OF CONCERN AND FURTHER ACTIONS AND INITIATIVES : THE ROLE OF MEN AND BOYS IN ACHIEVING GENDER EQUALITY : STATEMENT
Gender norms which encourage men and boys to engage in risky, early, or aggressive sexual behavior unfairly discriminate against women and require change. (...) At times men refuse to be responsible for their sexual behavior and put women at risk for HIV infection with their seemingly “masculine” behavior. (...) At the same time, men are being informed as to how their social behavior can make women and girls less vulnerable to HIV infection.
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Score: 928415.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=E/CN.6/2004/NGO/31&Lang=E
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TRANSLATING ETHICAL CONCERNS INTO A NORMATIVE AND OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR LETHAL AUTONOMOUS WEAPONS SYSTEMS. SUBMITTED BY HOLY SEE
Machines can only simulate human behavior. Here, it is vital to stress an important epistemological point: reality, as such, can never be reduced to a "representation", a "simulation" of reality. (...) It would be, in fact, inconsistent that a weapon system deployed to fulfill a particular mission begin to adopt behavior inconsistent with its prescribed purposes. 18. (...) If particular behaviors cannot be controlled at all times, all possible behaviors must always be a priori circumscribed.
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Score: 928415.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=CCW/CONF.VI/WP.3&Lang=E
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Polarized Reactions Towards COVID-19: A Behavioral Analysis Where to strike a balance between fear and optimism? (...) In other words, it will all come down to how people behave towards those government measurements and policies. Behavioral Science field taught us that there is an intention-action gap in human behavior. (...) It includes both the knowledge of what drives behaviors as well as tools on how to encourage the right behavioral change9.
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Score: 920052.3 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...b0b923e48fc31210f4ef3cabb0.pdf
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Key words: COVID-19, Food behavior, Food consumption, Food shopping, Food waste, Serbia Food Behavior Changes during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Statistical Analysis of Consumer Survey Data from Bosnia and Herzegovina (August 2021) This study analyzes the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on Bosnians’ behaviors relating to food. (...) The study provides evidence to understand how Turkish households differ on the grounds of their food management behavior in the time of the pandemic. Key words: Household food waste, COVID-19 pandemic, Food management behavior, Emerging economy, Segmentation analysis Has the COVID-19 pandemic changed food waste perception and behavior? (...) Key words: consumer behavior, food waste, waste prevention, COVID-19 pandemic, Brazil “Stay at Home”: The Effects of the COVID-19 Lockdown on Household Food Waste in Colombia (October 2021) The objective of this study is to analyze changes in food waste behavior during the COVID-19 lockdown in Colombia in 2020, applying the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB).
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Score: 916282.6 - https://www.fao.org/platform-f...ngs/flwcovid19publications/zh/
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