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When our personnel observe actions and activities that do not live up to UNDP’s standards or values, or behaviors fall short, they all are expected to step in and be a champion for change. If they view such prohibited workplace behaviors that violate or ignore policy, they must step in, and immediately raise objections/concerns to management for full investigation. (...) Local culture is not an excuse for poor behavioral choices or actions that violate UNDP policy.
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Score: 843901.1 - https://www.undp.org/accountability/ethics
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Bullying is a form of aggressive behavior that occurs in an intentional and repeated manner causing another child to feel hurt.  (...) Anyone can be vulnerable to abusive and bullying behaviors. What are the Common Causes of Bullying Behavior? (...) Development and acquisition of aggressive and bullying behavior at home, at school, or through the media.
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Score: 843901.1 - https://www.unicef.org/egypt/bullying
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• How should we study (potential) impact of family policies on demographic behavior? • Do family policies affect fertility? What are Family Policies? (...) Effects of Family Policies on Childbearing Behavior • ’critical junctures’: – introduction of employment-supporting family policies – effect of such policies under different socio-economic conditions • spatial and cultural aspects • use of policy: differential effects of policies on different social groups: who Presenter Presentation Notes I will bring some examples of effects of family policies on childbearing behavior using examples from the Nordic countries. (...) Slide Number 7 Conception of Family Policies Consequences for Research Effects of Family Policies on Childbearing Behavior Slide Number 11 Slide Number 12 Slide Number 13 Effects of Policies on Childbearing Effects of Family Policies on Childbearing Behavior Space – Symbolic Implications?
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Score: 843775.2 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...ents/pdf/expert/15.5/Neyer.pdf
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Commercial Opportunities Search results User account menu Log in Breadcrumb Home About Dilip Soman Share on f l t Dilip Soman Dilip Soman is a Canada Research Chair in Behavioural Science and Economics at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. He has degrees in behavioral science, marketing, and engineering, and is interested in the applications of behavioral science in organizations, and for welfare and policy. He is the co-author of  Managing Customer Value  (2022), author of  The Last Mile  (2015) and co-editor of  The Behaviorally Informed Organization  (2021) and  Behavioral Science in the Wild  (2022).
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Score: 842743.75 - https://www.unssc.org/about-un...-and-collaborators/dilip-soman
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■ Cryptography can unlock all the value of applications while maintaining the privacy of the data and the individual, and ensuring that trust is not needed in interactions ■ Cryptography can also enable checks on usage to ensure proper behavior of individuals and prevent fraud and criminal activity. Furthermore, authorities can audit © QEDIT 2021 | 3 ➔ enables integrity of computation and privacy of data ➔ used today on blockchains for scalability and to preserve privacy of transactions, can unlock auditability ➔ in CBDC can be used for gov to audit financial behavior 1. Zero-Knowledge Proofs ➔ enables computation on private distributed data ➔ used today for private key management (multi- signature, key recovery, …) ➔ in CBDC can be also used to enhance future apps State-of-the-art of Privacy-Enhancing Techniques © QEDIT 2022 | 4 1. (...) Differential Privacy For CBDC to succeed we need - Censorship resistant system - Trustless interactions - Privacy of transactions and data - Unique user identification - Integrity of the system, prevent fraud - Auditability of behavior and taxes © QEDIT 2022 | 5 Unlocking the Full Value of CBDC and Stablecoins In fact, IDENTITY is core aspect - Single identity onboarded - Transactions are not linkable - Anonymous interactions - Privacy of transactions and data - Authority can deanonymize behavior only when fraudulent triggers happen THANK YOU © QEDIT 2022 | 6
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Score: 842743.75 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...cuments/Daniel%20Benarroch.pdf
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Reflet on:  Your background and identify your skills and experiences related to the position  A situation where you delivered a result that impacted others, which you are proud of  Your motivation for applying for the job  How you think you can and will meet with the job requirements  Identifying 3-5 top attributes that set you apart- aim point them out in the interview PREPARING FOR INTERVIEW AT THE INTERVIEW Competencies: Combination of skills, attributes and behavior directly related to the successful job performance. (...) (Activity: read more about the UN Competency Framework) CBI: structured interviewing method, where interviewees are asked to share examples from past experience describing their behavior in a specific situation. Why CBI: Past behavior is the best indicator of future performance. We are most likely to repeat our behavior.  Share clear, structured, and relevant examples using CAR method: Context, Action Result  Use “I” format; what was your role in the situation; what specific steps did you take.  Maintain good eye contact, be honest and specific; don’t generalize!
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Score: 842743.75 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...shortguide_to_interviewees.pdf
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Formative Research On Behavioral Determinants of Stunting | UNICEF Pakistan Skip to main content Pakistan Toggle navigation Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Pakistan EXPLORE UNICEF About us Contact us Work with us Press Centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Report Formative Research On Behavioral Determinants of Stunting Research on stunting and its behavioral determinants in Ghotki, Khaipur and Nosheroferoze districts of Sindh Highlights This report presents the process, ndings and analysis of a qualitative research conducted in 3 districts - Ghotki, Khairpur and Nosheroferoze - of Sindh Province. The research explored underlying factors that determine nutrition and hygiene behaviors of mothers and caregivers of children under 2 years of age.
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Score: 842743.75 - https://www.unicef.org/pakista...havioral-determinants-stunting
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HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATIONS THAT REQUIRE THE COUNCIL’S ATTENTION :WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY WOMEN AND MODERN WORLD SOCIAL CHARITABLE CENTRE
Hindu community, in particular, has been subjected to discriminatory and un-empathetic behavior which started right after partition in 1947, followed through at the time of creation of Bangladesh in 1971 and gained unprecedented impetus during the rise of BNP-Jamaat alliance to power in 2001. (...) Human rights defenders are deeply concerned about the complacent behavior of Bangladeshi government with regards to realization and danger of threats to minorities including Christians and Buddhist and in particular to Hindu community.
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Score: 842643.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=A/HRC/51/NGO/239&Lang=E
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What is the source of this information? What kind of behavior is considered safe? What are the key factors influencing attitudes towards EO and stated behavior around EO? How do current EORE efforts match knowledge levels, attitudes and stated behavior around EO considering available casualty data? What are critical needs for at-risk categories in terms of adopting safe behavior around EO?  By investigating these questions, the KAP survey is expected to feed into the development and application of effective, relevant and innovative EORE tailored to the identified at-risk categories, including: The Unaware : those who do not know about the danger of EO; The Uninformed : those who know about EO, but do not know about safe behavior; The Misinformed : those who have been given poor information about the safety or believe that s/he knows all about EO; The Reckless: those who know about safe behavior around EO, but ignore it or knowingly adopt unsafe behavior; Intentional or Forced:   those who know about safe behavior around EO but have no alternative option to adopting unsafe behavior.  
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Score: 842628.9 - https://www.unicef.org/azerbai...ocal-institutional-consultancy
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Behavior and social change | UNICEF Honduras Skip to main content UNICEF Logo Honduras Toggle navigation Global Links UNICEF Global High contrast UNICEF Logo Honduras EXPLORA UNICEF Acerca de UNICEF Honduras Situación de la Niñez y Adolescencia Hondureña Nuestro Representante Comunicación e infancia Contáctanos Centro de prensa Main navigation QUÉ HACEMOS INFORMES Y PUBLICACIONES HISTORIAS DE VIDA ACTÚA Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max 0B792406-3C90-48E8-AF22-4D48618D699F Created with sketchtool. Search results Behavior and social change Available in: Español English Sorry, we couldn't find any results for Behavior and social change Footer UNICEF en Honduras Que hacemos Informes y publicaciones Historias de vida Actúa Acerca de UNICEF Centro de prensa Trabaja con nosotros U-Report Honduras Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Denunciar fraude, abuso, irregularidades
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Score: 842437.1 - https://www.unicef.org/hondura...ics/behavior-and-social-change
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