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Harassment is unwelcome verbal or physical behavior that unreasonably interferes with work or creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work environment. (...) Staff have a responsibility to communicate clearly to their colleagues, when possible, about behavior they find offensive and would like to be stopped. (...) Mission members should avoid all forms of behavior that could constitute or be interpreted as harassment, and need to take into account prevalent cultural norms.
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Score: 863685.9 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/osagi/pdf/Eradicatingwbg.PDF
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Some progress, flatter trends (15-59) • Need more/better indicators of adolescent health – Have it as target group not bundled with the 15-59 age group – Physical health (dominated by accidents/violence with their own implications for gender differentials in health and mortality – Mental health as a precursor of adult health conditions – Period in life where behaviors are shaped with effects on health (sexual activity and STD’s, smoking, drinking and perhaps diet and physical activity) • Adult women’s health and attention to chronic diseases associated with women’s role/occupations and emerging as important risks that are replacing infectious diseases) – Women health and mother’s health and the connection to mortality in 0-1 Adult health • Target? (...) Mostly centered on – Behaviors/resources to enhance maternal health – Same but for neonatal health and mortality – Conditions that drive exposure to chronic illnesses • Sexual behaviors • Smoking • Alcohol • Diet • Physical activity Where have we seen health promotion and using what tools? • Target areas: – Fam planning: fertility and maternal health – Perinatal behavior (prenatal care, etc… – Vaccination – Screening for STD’s – Substance abuse – Nutritional abuse • Incentive based interventions – Cost-effectiveness problems – Better research focused on behaviors rather than outcomes – Ethical issues involving some (but not all) incentive-based interventions What interventions?
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Score: 863068.9 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...mmary_Alberto%20Palloni%20.pdf
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Functionally all these processes have basic characteristics as mentioned along. We will look for behaviors in each process in detail in next slide. 2 Personalize Enhance Reward Enable Leverage data about “consumer needs” and their context to increase the relevance, timeliness and value of communications, offers and customer experiences Help customers complete tasks and accomplish their goals by minimizing the risk, time, and effort as they shop, compare, purchase and use your products Surprise and delight customers by anticipating and helping them fulfil functional requirements, emotional needs and aspirations Using feedback, encouragement, rewards and social influence, reinforce customers as they engage in behaviours that are mutually beneficial Against each process is mentioned the behavior of the brand. We will look at examples in every process behavior from next slides 3 Personalize Leverage data about “consumer needs” and their context to increase the relevance, timeliness and value of communications, offers and customer experiences Nokia 1100 – Introduction of Torch – “Made for India” – “Har Jeb mei Rang” Color Phones contribute to 94% of the overall market. (...) Regional Partners, National Partners Examples against each behavior 7
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Score: 862628.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...Documents/S2P1_Sunil_Dutt.pptx
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Behavioral insights and a data-driven approach help identify barriers and levers to business creation and development. (...) It aimed at identifying barriers that limit these women’s ability to engage in the desired behavior as well as the opportunities that could be used to encourage that behavior. We studied this group of women’s behaviors to understand the barriers to financial inclusion.
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Score: 862042.7 - https://www.undp.org/fr/tunisi...preneurs-building-bridge-trust
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Another 12% addressed the need to be disciplined in our actions and behaviors and protect our environment. While 16% of images saw a transformation in the climate of Iraq. (...) The collapsing images held individuals to account, emphasizing how their actions and behaviors are worsening the environment. Hence, as an explorer this allowed the UNDP-Accelerator Lab to see the climate change issue from the perspective of people’s behaviors to find grassroots innovations to tackle this issue.  (...) Now we know how the future will look if the current actions and behaviors towards the climate continue. Next, UNDP-Accelerator Lab will start working on finding local solutions that will tackle the emergence of the collapsing images of the future, with a particular focus on sustainable solutions that change individuals’ behavior.
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Score: 861670 - https://www.undp.org/iraq/blog/stories-future-climate-iraq
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RACISM, RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, XENOPHOBIA AND RELATED FORMS OF INTOLERANCE, FOLLOW-UP AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE DURBAN DECLARATION AND PROGRAMME OF ACTION :WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY EDFU FOUNDATION INC.
Centuries of genocide, forced enslavement, and assimilation followed by systemic and structural violence, racism and oppression have resulted in intergenerational maladaptive behaviors, which originated as survival strategies. {However, the syndrome continues because children whose parents suffer from intergenerational trauma are often indoctrinated into the same behaviors, long after the behaviors have lost their contextual effectiveness.}
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Score: 861070.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=A/HRC/44/NGO/114&Lang=E
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ACTIVITIES OF THE UNDP ETHICS OFFICE IN 2012 : REPORT OF THE ETHICS OFFICE
In creating and fostering a culture of ethical behavior, it is imperative that the most senior leaders are seen as the standard-bearers and key guardians of United Nations values. (...) In 2012, training, outreach and awareness activities of the Ethics Office sought to (a) deepen staff members’ understanding of ethics and role model behaviors and United Nations values, and (b) incorporate ethics into every UNDP area and activity. (...) It is recommended that management include ethical role model behaviors as critical components of performance appraisals for UNDP staff at all levels.
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Score: 859118.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=DP/2013/36&Lang=E
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BUSINESS MODELS FOR DIGITAL ARABIC CONTENT PROJECT : PROMOTION OF THE DIGITAL ARABIC CONTENT INDUSTRY – PHASE II
The emergence of user generated content is making journalists out of ordinary people and changing the paradigm of the internet, creating a major shift in consumer behavior. Mobility and accessibility is increasingly becoming centre-stage. (...) This is particularly important as those environments provide a ready client base with profiling information, for targeted campaigns. Online purchasing behaviors in the Arab region are unique in several ways. (...) Repetition generates behavioral patterns and enables targeted advertising.
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Score: 857991.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../2013/TECHNICAL PAPER.1&Lang=E
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GE.12-25987 Econo
In working out possible scenarios, the human behavior is the key for understanding what might lead to a crash with energy enough to harm the human. (...) New rules and regulations with the purpose to change human behavior must be developed from a Human Factors perspective taking into account the limitations and capabilities of the human being 6. (...) Design solutions of the road transport system and rules and regulations with the purpose to change human behavior must be evidence based and based on an integrated systems approach. 8.
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Score: 857340.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=ECE/TRANS/WP.1/2013/1&Lang=E
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 30 SEPTEMBER 2016 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF GREECE TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
The Greek State can not be held accountable for the criminal behavior of isolated persons, since it does its utmost to prevent, penalize and prosecute such behavior, as well as to take all preliminary measures, where possible and necessary, to avert such incidents, no matter what the target, the place or the motives are. The Greek society frowns upon any action of racism or hatred. Extremist behavior is discouraged. The same applies with regard to representatives of extreme political movements (Golden Dawn), who are marginalized within the society and are prosecuted for actions disrespectful of democratic principles.
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Score: 857340.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=A/HRC/33/G/6&Lang=E
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