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Diapositiva 1 PMNCH 20th Board Meeting Ottawa, 18-19 May 2017 PMNCH closer alignment with EWEC Ann Starrs, Acting Vice-Chair The Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health Secretariat Hosted by the World Health Organization and Board Chaired by Mrs Graça Machel 2 2 Every Woman Every Child and PMNCH: Better alignment for better results  EWEC Framework aligns SRMNCAH partners in SDG era, harnesses energy toward common goals  EWEC since 2010: Increasing brand recognition, powerful political champions including the UN SG, links health with drivers of change across the SDGs  PMNCH: since 2005: Increasing partners (800+, 77 countries), constituency groups (10), evidence-based advocacy and accountability with proven results  Yet: How to reduce gaps between global policy positions and action on the ground? (...) 3 3 Proposal 1: Common branding for stronger joint identity  New name and logo allows for full SRMNCAH+N continuum, bringing PMNCH into the SDG era and aligning with EWEC  New tagline highlights importance of adolescent health  Empowerment : key concept across SDGs  Retains PMNCH identity through purple colour, ribbon, name (Partnership for…) 4 4 Proposal 2: Common website for stronger action  Current situation: Two different websites, two different Twitter accounts, two different Facebook sites = fractured audiences, messages  Proposed change: Produce a common website for advocacy and accountability, promoting EWEC messages and directing partners to key resources for improved alignment and action  Proposed process: Unify on the www.everywomaneverychild.org site. Integrate PMNCH content and create a common hub for content from other EWEC partners -- within health and across the SDGs What would change: New site design, attractive campaign “face” combined with news, information and tools for stronger partner action 4 http://www.everywomaneverychild.org/ 5 5 Proposal 3: Common work plan for stronger impact  Current situation: Two different work plans, clear domains often unclear in practice = potential duplication, confusion (internal and external)  Proposed change: Unify PMNCH and Executive Office of the UN Secretary General (EOSG) workplans to clarify roles and responsibilities in common areas of EWEC advocacy, accountability and partner alignment  Proposed process: Expand approach of EWEC Partners framework, with fully combined PMNCH-EOSG workplan for 2018 at outcome and output levels  Potential implications: Joint fundraising, joint secretariat functions, joint oversight, joint reporting 6 6 Navigating together: Consultation and guidance Proposed next steps for discussion and consultation: - Establish ad hoc working group linked to the EC to guide consultation on branding, website and joint workplanning processes - Agree timeline for development with 2017 and 2018 milestones to undertake clear and accountable action 7 7 Phased approach: Milestones 2017-2018  Sept 2017 (UNGA, New York) Unveil Partnership for EWEC brand, soft launch of common EWEC website and social media platforms May 2018 (WHA, Geneva) Joint website fully functional, joint 2018 PMNCH-EWEC workplan fully agreed  EWEC Partners’ Forum (TBC) Organize joint forum to drive attention and progress for Global Strategy through closer partner alignment 8 8 Thank you Slide Number 1 Every Woman Every Child and PMNCH: Better alignment for better results Proposal 1: Common branding for stronger joint identity Proposal 2: Common website for stronger action Proposal 3: Common work plan for stronger impact Navigating together: Consultation and guidance Phased approach:Milestones 2017-2018 Slide Number 8
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Score: 986729.2 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/abou...governance/board/b20_item5.pdf
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UN Global Compact Logo and Branding Guidance | UN Global Compact All Participants Search Who We Are The SDGs Participation Take Action Engage Locally Explore Our Library About News Sign In Contact Us Getting Started In this section Getting Started Resources to Get You Started UN Global Compact Logo and Branding Guidance Our Participant Engagement Team UN Global Compact Logo and Branding Guidance Our Logo Policy While the UN Global Compact logo is for use by our initiative only, we encourage participants in good standing to use the Endorser "We Support" logo. (...) Click on the image below to download the logo. Brand Guidelines When using the Endorser logo with permission, please strictly adhere to the guidelines regarding its reproduction, display and spacing as outlined in the UN Global Compact Brand Guidelines . Contact Participation Engagement Team Support Services info@unglobalcompact.org +1 (212) 907-1301 Join the UN Global Compact Sign Up for Our Bulletin From our Library UN Global Compact Logo Policy Policy Document Global Compact Integrity Measures Policy & FAQ Policy Document After the Signature – A Guide to Engagement in the Global Compact Report News Events Academy News 2022-09-22 New York, United States of America UN Global Compact launches Business & Human Rights Accelerator to increase private sector’s action on human rights 2022-09-22 New York, United States of America Private sector calls for greater collaboration to tackle global crisis in education at Transforming Education Summit 2022-09-21 New York, United States of America Business leaders urged to step up commitments to sustainability at Uniting Business LIVE 2022 2022-09-21 New York, United States of America Global Africa Business Initiative inspires business, political, and cultural leaders to advance equitable growth for the continent 2022-09-20 New York, United States of America UN Global Compact welcomes two additional highly engaged companies for supporting programmatic work to accelerate principled business and the SDGs 2022-09-19 New York, United States of America Leading Chief Executives join Governments, the United Nations and development agencies to call for increased investments in renewable energy 2022-09-14 New York, United States of America Global Africa Business Initiative to advance sustainable business growth and economic development on the continent 2022-09-13 New York, United States of America Media Advisory: Leading Chief Executives to join Governments, the United Nations and development agencies at UN Private Sector Forum 2022 2022-09-08 New York, United States of America UN Global Compact launches new guidance on a Just Transition for Business View All News Events 12-Oct-2022 Q&A Session: Questionnaire Deep Dive - Human Rights & Labour 26-Oct-2022 Q&A Session: Questionnaire Deep Dive - Environment & Anti-Corruption 08-Nov-2022 Information Session for the new Business & Human Rights Accelerator 09-Nov-2022 COP 27 Blue Zone, Egypt Africa Business Leaders Coalition (ABLC): Defining Africa’s Climate Action Narrative 10-Nov-2022 COP27, Blue Zone, Egypt TENTH ANNUAL HIGH-LEVEL MEETING OF CARING FOR CLIMATE 10-Nov-2022 In-Person and Online, Egypt Uniting Business Africa View All Events Academy 27-Oct-2022 Changemaker Series: A conversation with Sharan Burrow on how to enable a just transition 22-Nov-2022 Changemaker Series: A conversation with Hiba Khan on driving SDG innovation 14-Dec-2022 Changemaker Series: A conversation with Solange Ribeiro on innovation, impact and inclusion View All Academy Events Help us transform the world through business Contribute Today Sign Up for Our Bulletin Have a Question?
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Score: 986440.4 - https://www.unglobalcompact.or...tting-started/brand-guidelines
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Building back better in response to COVID-19 Participate Registration Civil Society Exhibitions Private Sector Forum South-South Co-operation Youth About Doha COVID-19 Omicron Information note Travel Information News & Media Branding Guidelines & Materials Latest News Media Accreditation News Home News & Media Communications Materials Communications Materials     The Fifth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (LDC5) logo is available for use in the six official languages of the UN ( Arabic , Chinese , English , French , Russian , Spanish ) as well as ( Portuguese , Hindi  and Kiswahili ).   (...) Non-UN entities are not permitted to incorporate the LDC5 logo or its elements into a separate logo design or use it as part of the entity’s own logo or branding elements. Do I need permission to use LDC5 branding in a print or web publication? (...) Do I need permission to use LDC5 branding for conferences and seminars that are not free to attend?
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Score: 942619.7 - https://www.un.org/ldc5/node/891
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Building back better in response to COVID-19 Participate Registration Civil Society Exhibitions Private Sector Forum South-South Co-operation Youth About Doha COVID-19 Omicron Information note Travel Information News & Media Branding Guidelines & Materials Latest News Media Accreditation News Home News & Media Communications Materials Communications Materials     The Fifth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (LDC5) logo is available for use in the six official languages of the UN ( Arabic , Chinese , English , French , Russian , Spanish ) as well as ( Portuguese , Hindi  and Kiswahili ).   (...) Non-UN entities are not permitted to incorporate the LDC5 logo or its elements into a separate logo design or use it as part of the entity’s own logo or branding elements. Do I need permission to use LDC5 branding in a print or web publication? (...) Do I need permission to use LDC5 branding for conferences and seminars that are not free to attend?
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Score: 942619.7 - https://www.un.org/ldc5/Communications-Materials
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ENFORCEMENT OF COMPETITION POLICY IN THE RETAIL SECTOR: COMPETITION ISSUES IN THE FOOD RETAIL CHAIN
Retail market concentration is growing and the possibility for new entries or the growth of small actors is diminishing; (b) Competition bottlenecks may be better dealt with under an ex ante regulatory regime than under competition rules; (c) Anti-competitive practices of supermarkets are widespread, simultaneous and multifaceted, pointing to a structural market failure; (d) Vertical integration and foreclosure practices by supermarkets place the former vertical relationships between grocery brands and supermarkets in a new horizontal dimension, that is, a non-reciprocal commercialization agreement with competitors, whose brands compete head-on with independent brands in a store; (e) For many years, competition law and policy enforcement has been biased against manufacturers (suppliers) and in defence of retailers. (...) Separation of independent brands from supermarket sales activities 45. In order to ensure equitable access by independent brands to supermarkets and fair in-store competition with supermarket brands, there is a need for supermarkets to maintain separate accounts for sales of their own brands and of independent brands. (...) In addition, in Spain, there is a new law on measures to improve the functioning of the food chain.25 Finally, as vertical integration of supermarket and grocery brand activities and supermarket control over in-store competition under a retail business model raises significant competition-related problems, public authorities
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Score: 934577.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=TD/B/C.I/CLP/38&Lang=E
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STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS FRAMEWORK FOR STATISTICAL INSTITUTIONS
and Levy, S.J. 1955. ‘The Product & the Brand’, Harvard Business Review, March/April) • A brand emerges as various “authors” tell stories that involve the brand. (...) B. Why is branding important? 17. A mature brand is part of an organization’s DNA. (...) As a statistical organization, you have a brand whether you acknowledge it or not. Therefore, it is important to control and own your brand.
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Score: 928902 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=ECE/CES/2019/7&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 117 (UNIFORM PROVISIONS CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF TYRES WITH REGARD TO ROLLING SOUND EMISSIONS AND/OR TO ADHESION ON WET SURFACES AND/OR TO ROLLING RESISTANCE)
Paragraph 2.2., amend to read: "2.2.2.3. "Brand name"/trademark or "Trade description" Means the identification of the brand or trademark as given defined by the tyre manufacturer and Marked on the sidewall(s) of the tyre. (...) It may coincide with the brand name/trademark." Renumber 2.4. to 2.8. as paragraphs 2.6. to 2.10. (...) Brand name(s)/trademark(s) of the type of tyre: 4.2.
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Score: 928039.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RANS/WP.29/GRRF/2016/14&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 117 (UNIFORM PROVISIONS CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF TYRES WITH REGARD TO ROLLING SOUND EMISSIONS AND/OR TO ADHESION ON WET SURFACES AND/OR TO ROLLING RESISTANCE)
Paragraph 2.2., amend to read: "2.2.2.3. "Brand name"/trademark or "Trade description" Means the identification of the brand or trademark as given defined by the tyre manufacturer and Marked on the sidewall(s) of the tyre. (...) It may coincide with the brand name/trademark." Renumber 2.4. to 2.8. as paragraphs 2.6. to 2.10. (...) Brand name(s)/trademark(s) of the type of tyre: 4.2.
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Score: 928039.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RANS/WP.29/GRRF/2015/32&Lang=E
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HOW THE BRAND HOUSE HELPS - NETHERLANDS
Figure 1. The brand house of Statistics Netherlands 2. The foundations of the brand house are laid by the values: relevant and reliable. (...) As part of the mission of Statistics Netherlands is to meet the needs of society, the office is committed to responding to these changing needs. 12. Putting the brand house into practice is an on-going process: it requires continually looking for new opportunities to reach target groups and serve them.
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PROPOSAL FOR AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 54 (UNIFORM PROVISIONS CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF PNEUMATIC TYRES FOR COMMERCIAL VEHICLES AND THEIR TRAILERS)
Insert a new paragraph 2.3., to read: "2.3. Brand name/trademark means the identification of the brand or trademark as defined by the tyre manufacturer and marked on the sidewall(s) of the tyre. The brand name/trademark may be the same as that of the manufacturer". (...) The manufacturer’s name or the Brand name/trademark; 3.1.2. The trade description/commercial name (see paragraph 2.4. of this Regulation).
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Score: 926694.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RANS/WP.29/GRRF/2016/13&Lang=E
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