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Perceptions of and behaviors around COVID-19 in Lebanon | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Lebanon Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Home Lebanon Perceptions of and behaviors around COVID-19 in Lebanon Perceptions of and behaviors around COVID-19 in Lebanon December 2, 2020 Vrouyr Joubanian Head of Experimentation, UNDP Accelerator Lab Lebanon Today in Lebanon, people’s trust in public institutions is declining, their fatigue is rising, and the economic anxieties grow with each passing day. (...) How do people’s access to information affect their perceptions of and behaviors around COVID-19? The UNDP Accelerator Lab in Lebanon sought to answer these questions through a rigorous research project on COVID-19 information, perceptions, and behaviors. (...) Our research has revealed that people’s perceptions of and behaviors in response to COVID-19 are overdetermined.
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Score: 873603.7 - https://www.undp.org/lebanon/b...aviors-around-covid-19-lebanon
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In this scheme, the transmitter applies all beam codes from the prede ined 5.2 Convergence behavior codebook several times to obtain the rewards of all beam codes [9]. (...) Compared to 40 NLOS Exp3 HBA, the Exp3 algorithm does not take the hierarchical 20 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 structure of the codebook into account, which results in a SNR (dB) slow convergence behavior for the beam code selection. Fig. 9 – Convergence behavior of different BA schemes in both LOS and Its convergence behavior can be taken as a reference for NLOS scenario. the convergence behavior of the HBA. Figure 9 illustrates the convergence behavior of the HBA 5.1 Cumulative regret in both LOS and NLOS scenario.
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Score: 873603.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...7/files/basic-html/page87.html
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International Consultant: to support Social and Behavior change strategic approach | UNICEF Myanmar Skip to main content Myanmar Toggle navigation English Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Myanmar EXPLORE UNICEF About us Children in Myanmar Where we work Our Representative Our partners Work with us Contact 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 Vacancies_icon Vacancies International Consultant: to support Social and Behavior change strategic approach Social & Behavior Change UNICEF Myanmar Title : International Consultant: to support Social and Behavior change strategic approach in Myanmar Position : International Consultant (Open to Non-Myanmar Nationals Only)     Section/ Duty Station : Social & Behavior Change/ Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar (in-country) / Remote until visa approved Requisition No. : 552724                Closing Date : 20 July 2022          Please note applications must be made through UNICEF Talent Management system through the links provided below.
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Score: 872735.3 - https://www.unicef.org/myanmar...vior-change-strategic-approach
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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: 872070.7 - https://www.undp.org/arab-stat...preneurs-building-bridge-trust
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COMPENDIUM OF STATEMENTS IN EXPLANATION OF POSITION ON THE FINAL REPORT: NOTE BY THE CHAIR (ADDENDUM)
In particular, my delegation strongly believes that each State should faithfully implement the 11 voluntary, non-binding norms agreed upon in the 2015 UN GGE report which plays an important role in promoting responsible State behavior in cyberspace. In this context, we welcome paragraphs 7 and 8 of the First Draft and we hope to see those paragraphs retained in the final outcome. (...) As a co-sponsor of the Programme of Action for advancing responsible State behavior in ICTs, the ROK shares position with its other co-sponsors. (...) As we strongly uphold the previous consensus reports of the GGE and the 11 voluntary, non-binding norms of responsible State behavior which were adopted in the 2015 GGE report, we welcome that paragraphs 7, 8, and 24 are retained in the draft.
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Score: 871765.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...AC.290/2021/INF/2/ADD.2&Lang=E
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GE.05-61808 MEETI
Therefore, code of conduct or ethic regulations should be adopted and implemented to educate, supervise and regulate scientists’ behavior in order to prevent the achievements in their research from being abused or misused intended or unintended. (...) CAS has also set up a Committee on the Scientific Ethics, which is responsible for strengthening scientific ethics, adopting or amending code of conduct of academician, investigating the behavior in violation of scientific ethics and making suggestion to deal with such cases. (...) China has adopted a series of measures to regulate their behavior and facilitate them to adequately realize their obligations.
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Score: 871765.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.20&Lang=E
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A STATISTICAL APPROACH TO BIG DATA
Using this definition as a starting point, we focus on how social and economic behavior are represented in digital sources. Looking at how technology also affects our behavior and attitudes will be the next step. 5. (...) These are the direct measurements of human actions but also the most protected kind of Big Data; ECE/CES/2019/33 3 (b) Machine generated data, often called The Internet of Things, which are traces of behavior or products of behavior registered by sensors, cameras or software built into machines. (...) These three bullet points relate to some of the properties of the new data sources: that Big Data reflect behavior and attitudes and consequently may replace questions, that volume allows for more details, and that velocity allows for continuous updates. 11.
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Score: 870949.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=ECE/CES/2019/33&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 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.]
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Score: 870949.7 - 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.
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Score: 870949.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...=ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2018/2&Lang=E
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Joining Hands for enhanced Social and Behavior Change (SBC) Alliance Programming in Ethiopia Addis Ababa By Hiwot Getachew 05 September 2022 In partnership with Girl Effect, UNICEF conducted a Social and Behavior Change (SBC) learning symposium from 30-31 August 2022 at Addis Ababa University. (...) The alliance is established with a vision to be the knowledge and advocacy lead on Social and Behavior Change in Ethiopia for community-led and behavioural science-driven programs to ensure the rights of all children, adolescents, and women. Ms Jane shared that for over 35 years, UNICEF has been a leader in Social and Behavior Change, leveraging the largest dedicated institutional workforce in this field and has empowered civil society and community leadership to spearhead SBC initiatives to improve the lives of children.
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Score: 870586.1 - https://www.unicef.org/ethiopi...lliance-programming-ethiopia-0
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