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PROPOSAL FOR THE DEFINITIONS OF AUTOMATED DRIVING UNDER WP.29 AND THE GENERAL PRINCIPLES FOR DEVELOPING A UN REGULATION ON AUTOMATED VEHICLES
Recording of system status (inc. system behavior) (DSSA-Data Storage System for ACSF, EDR, etc.) Unnecessary Unnecessary The driver’s operations and the system status (incl. system behavior). The driver’s operations and the system status (incl. system behavior). The system status (incl. system behavior)). E C E /T R A N S /W P .2 9 /2 0 1 7 /1 4 5 1 0 Cyber- Security Necessary if the information communication in connected vehicles, etc. affects the vehicle control Compatibility with traffic law (WP.1) Yes Yes Yes [WP.1-IWG-AD recommends WP.1 to state that the use of these functions remain within the requirements of the Conventions.]
Language:English
Score: 871387 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...CE/TRANS/WP.29/2017/145&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR THE DEFINITIONS OF AUTOMATED DRIVING UNDER WP.29 AND THE GENERAL PRINCIPLES FOR DEVELOPING A UN REGULATION ON AUTOMATED VEHICLES
Recording of system status (inc. system behavior) (DSSA-Data Storage System for ACSF, EDR, etc.) Unnecessary Unnecessary The driver’s operations and the system status (incl. system behavior). The driver’s operations and the system status (incl. system behavior). The system status (incl. system behavior)). E C E /T R A N S /W P .2 9 /2 0 1 8 /2 1 0 Cyber- Security Necessary if the information communication in connected vehicles, etc. affects the vehicle control Compatibility with traffic law (WP.1) Yes Yes Yes Functionalities that include a human driver, are in general allowed by the road traffic conventions, but the implementation in local traffic rules is not harmonized.
Language:English
Score: 871387 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...=ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2018/2&Lang=E
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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).
Language:English
Score: 869265.6 - https://www.fao.org/platform-f...ngs/flwcovid19publications/ru/
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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).
Language:English
Score: 869265.6 - https://www.fao.org/platform-f...ngs/flwcovid19publications/en/
Data Source: un
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).
Language:English
Score: 869265.6 - https://www.fao.org/platform-f...ngs/flwcovid19publications/ar/
Data Source: un
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).
Language:English
Score: 869265.6 - https://www.fao.org/platform-f...les/flwcovid19publications/es/
Data Source: un
PALAU: PERIODIC REPORT
In 2012, PPE conducted a conference on Behavior Management. Over 100 participants consisting of parents, Special and General Education teachers, other service providers and community members learned behavior management strategies that apply initially to one-self before others; and that behavior is also a way of CRPD/C/PLW/1 9 communication, especially with a non-verbal child. (...) To receive information about medication that is prescribed and the nature of the mental illness or behavior requiring the medication. Freedom from restraint (34 PNC§563) A person will not be physically restrained unless there is a present imminent threat of physical harm to self or others.
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Score: 869176 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=CRPD/C/PLW/1&Lang=E
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ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS : WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY THE WORLD FEDERATION OF TRADE UNIONS (WFTU)
We know this because an International Labor Organization study –which includes around 215 behavioral codes, and 12 socially-labeled programs relating to labor practices pursuant to principles and internationally recognized fundamental rights- revealed that these codes were extremely selective as regards the incorporation of such principles. This asseveration was proved with the fact that the effective eradication of children’s labor was included in less than half of the codes; wage -levels were estimated in a bit less than 40 percent and the elimination of forced labor or denial to hire productions or services from enterprises which use them was reflected only in the fourth part of the behavioral codes examined by the ILO. Called the attention in the research, the fact that freedom of association and the right to collective negotiation- which are fundamental for the development and functioning of trade unions- barely accounted for 15 per cent of all codes under study. (...) E/CN.4/2006/NGO/38 page 4 The efforts that in the Human Rights Commission frame had been doing for creating as Social Code in the behavior of TNEs, should, for being really effective, contributes to stopping the unlimited action by Transnational Enterprises, which in their endeavor for luxury not only they increasingly plunder the wealth of workers and peoples where they operate; but also they use- as at present, whatever resource including war, for which we call for: · Oppose, in a more effective way, the violation by Transnational Companies of workers’ rights achieved- in most of cases- after painful and even bloody struggles for tens of years.
Language:English
Score: 868375.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=E/CN.4/2006/NGO/38&Lang=E
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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
Young men need to be educated to respect women’s self-determination and to share responsibility with women in matters of parenthood and sexual and reproductive behavior. Special efforts must be directed at the behavior of men and boys to halt the spread of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. (...) Since men alone will not automatically change ingrained attitudes and behaviors, governments have the primary responsibility to initiate and strengthen policies and programs to protect women’s rights as human rights and to advance a gender-equal society.
Language:English
Score: 868375.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=E/CN.6/2004/NGO/5&Lang=E
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THE U.S. CPI AND THE COST OF LIVING OBJECTIVE : INVATED PAPER / SUBMITTED BY THE BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Serious consideration of the geometric mean at the BLS stemmed from the work on the so- called “formula bias” problem encountered in the statistical behavior of basic CPI indexes. Nevertheless, the geometric mean formula was adopted specifically as a means of moving the CPI closer to a cost-of-living index by reflecting consumer substitution behavior. 35. (...) At the same time, the BLS recognized that the geometric mean implicitly assumes Cobb- Douglas substitution behavior by consumers. Moulton (1993) concludes by saying that the geometric mean “has many beneficial features” including recognition of consumer substitution behavior, and the paper provides justifications for its use even in an index like the CPI that uses a Laspeyres formula for higher-level aggregation. 39. (...) As noted earlier, the reflection of consumer substitution behavior is inherent in a COLI, and this is the explicit purpose of the superlative CPI.
Language:English
Score: 866772.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=CES/AC.49/2001/4&Lang=E
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