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I intend to make sure that I use my convening power as president to bring the international community together.   To give the final push.  (...) Abdulla Shahid:  I decided to bring the experience of my ministry in the Maldives, to my cabinet, so my cabinet is gender balanced.  (...) But youth, how do you hope to bring youth into the General Assembly, into what is happening in this hall?  
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Score: 382980.64 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...mbly-president-highlights-hope
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This will decrease work efficiency. · Meetings will not be held normally. · Non-ITU Members will bring various non-standardized program and application which will be directly involved in the ITU Study Group, interfere with the ITU’s stable, orderly and efficient work. · Non-ITU Members will bring new security problems. · Some political organizations may interfere with the normal activities of ITU. ii) Challenge to the financial situation of ITU: The enlargement of the activities would increase the ITU’s financial burden. (...) Replies from Member States 3.3.1.1 Most of the Member States recognized the added values that stakeholders (that are not Members of ITU) could bring to ITU in its WSIS-related activities. Comments refer in particular to ITU’s visibility, ITU’s efficiency and ITU’s work. They stressed that stakeholders’ participation could: · contribute with financial and human resources and attract the commitment of donors; · enrich discussions and bring diversity as well as fresh perspectives to ITU’s work; · bring technical, economic and social experiences; · raise relevance, efficiency and outreach of ITU’s activities especially in the Standardization and the Development Sectors; · bring more visibility for ITU in non technical specialities; · be useful for political lobbying; · increase the efficiency of ITU in its relevant work; · bring a broader vision to ITU; · build awareness and commitment to the building of the Information Society; · take a more active role in building the IT Society at the country level; · bring a true multi-stakeholder approach - effective cooperation among governments, private sector, civil society and the United Nations Organisations- which is the key for the success in meeting the challenges of the Information Society.
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Score: 382107.03 - https://www.itu.int/council/gr...ltation-draft-report-final.doc
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Score: 381877.42 - https://www.un.org/africarenewal/author/josephine-karianjahi
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Teachers and teaching for inclusion: Bringing the #AllmeansALL approach to classrooms around the world (online) | Global Education Monitoring Report Skip to main content Building peace in the minds of men and women English Français Español Русский العربية 中文 About us About Team Contact Advisory Board Funders Evaluations Opportunities Fellowship Reports Publications Multimedia Videos Infographics Outreach Campaigns News alert Press Events SDG 4 Blogs Search Search Teachers and teaching for inclusion: Bringing the #AllmeansALL approach to classrooms around the world (online) BACK TO CALENDAR Teachers and teaching for inclusion: Bringing the #AllmeansALL approach to classrooms around the world (online) Co-hosted by Education International , UNESCO , The Teacher Task Force and the Global Education Monitoring Report , this webinar will recognise and explore the concrete role of teachers, education support personnel and their representative organisations in creating inclusive classrooms.
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Score: 381877.42 - https://en.unesco.org/gem-repo...proach-classrooms-around-world
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BRING THE UN TO A CLASSROOM IN YOUR COMMUNITY! Permanent Mission of Germany - 8 April - 6:30pm Deutsche Gesellschaft für die Vereinten Nationen e. (...) United Nations Association of Germany “Bringing the UN into Classrooms” Youth Education and Participation as Tools to Change the World Do you want to... • learn how to bring the United Nations to high school students? (...) Please RSVP to Miss Jana Maue no later than Friday 6pm CET to: jana.maue@diplo.de Due to new security requirements at the Permanent Mission of Germany, please bring a printed copy of this invitation along with your photo ID in order to gain access to the premises.
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Score: 369188.77 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...oc/7_Flyer_FINAL_DINA5_web.pdf
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