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The to-be-developed communications and outreach strategy might comprise elements including goals and intended outcomes, key messages, communication channels and activities, target outreach, as well as the timeline of implementation. (...) • What would be the key messages conveyed by the to-be-developed communications and outreach strategy to promote the 2020 UN Ocean Conference? (...) • What would be the timeline to implement the to-be-developed communications and outreach strategy?
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Score: 224318.63 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...te_Session_VIII_20_05_2019.pdf
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They consulted the communities how the initiative would benefit their community in terms of keeping their surroundings clean and also creating much needed employment for those less privileged in the community. The social welfare officers under the Department Social and Community Development provided the VDCs, tribal leaders and the community with expert advice.   8. (...) Two Districts have started to replicate the initiative in their communities. The fifth output is the creation of economic activities and opportunity in the communities.
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Score: 224248.41 - https://publicadministration.u...nProfilev2014/mid/1170/id/5148
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Lessons •Demand driven work. Let communities ask for a project. Then you can set conditions. (...) •Always work with the concept of rights and obligations. Advantages of Community MHP, BUT • Renewable energy resources are used to generate clean power. • Electricity brings development, commercial activity, education, value added to local products, etc. • Empowerment to local communities, resiliency to climate change effects. (...) Once construction is completed, the surrounding communities generally don´t have electricity, and go back to being poor.
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Score: 224141.02 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...0%26%20Green%20Development.pdf
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In accomplishing its mission and priority objectives, the IBSC seeks to unite resources to find solutions to common issues related to the sustainable development of the community in the Black Sea Basin area by: 1. Making information and consultation available to all actors involved in the economic and social life of urban communities: • Coordination, support for political dialogue and development of recommendations on economic, social and environmental issues that are specific to the organization's community; • Facilitating the transfer of information and "lessons learned", exchange of good practice; • Awareness of political management to ensure the inclusion, safety, resilience and sustainability of cities and peri urban settlements; 2. Reducing the effects and eradication of "severe" material deprivation by mobilizing the community to reach the indicators of: • Maintaining the ecological balance of the Black Sea Basin area, developing sustainable urban communities; • Promoting inclusive, sustainable economic growth and facilitating innovation, a guarantor of well- being and decent work for all community members; • Initiating public policy projects to build an infrastructure that brings together the organization's partners and neighbouring regions; • Ensuring affordable, safe, sustainable and modern utility facilities for the entire community; • Participation in national and international projects with the main objective to optimize exploitation, to develop research and to strengthen the conservation of the Black Sea region; 3. Preventing and eradicating social exclusion through the implementation within the partner communities of measures aimed at: • Increasing the labour market integration of people at risk and vulnerable through dedicated activation programs; • Promoting the social inclusion of marginalized communities and communities; • Improving the functionality of social services; • Preserving elements of national and regional culture, developing intercultural exchanges. 4.
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Score: 224005.32 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...s/en/integration/2017/IBSC.pdf
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Strategic communication should be an effective means for enhancing recognition of the concept of SFM and for improving efficiency in the work of the IAF. (...) After finalization of the SP consider the added value of a Communication Strategy; 2. The SP in itself is a mean of information and background for communication; 3. (...) There needs to be broad communication for the SP and also for each 4POW. 5. The UNFF Secretariat should, working with countries, the CPF and other actors, consider building upon and working with the existing networks to enhance communication of the IAF; 6.
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Score: 223109.3 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...015/11/AHEG1_EU_25April_pm.pdf
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In addition, migration by men results in many households being headed by women. Furthermore, many communities are deprived of a significant part of their labour force within the communities themselves. Communities are extended beyond strict geographic boundaries, and their members abroad are playing an active role – sending remittances, bringing innovative ideas – in the well- being of the rural communities they left behind. (...) In particular, this programme supports bi-national rural development projects in remittance-receiving communities and fosters alliances between migrant associations, savings and credit institutions and immigrant communities of origin.
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Score: 222400.4 - https://www.un.org/development.../unpd-cm5-2006-11-p04_ifad.pdf
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•Collective actions of indigenous peoples and local communities (IPLCs) are advancing the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity and all 20 Aichi Biodiversity Target in important ways. (...) Land Facts •At least 50% of the world’s land area is held under customary or community-based regimes but legal recognition of ownership is limited to just 10%. –12.5% are rangelands managed by pastoralists. •Up to 2.5 billion women and men depend on community- based systems. –This includes estimated 370 million Indigenous Peoples.
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Score: 222378.74 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa..._Presentation_EGM_on_SDG15.pdf
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The Strategy aims to: (1) Raise awareness within and outside the forest sector of the vital importance of forests and trees to life on Earth and human well-being, (2) promote sustainable forest management, (3) raise awareness of the GFGs and encourage implementation of the UNSPF 2030 and (4) amplify communications from the forest community. The Strategy institutionalizes the Forum’s long-standing recognition that awareness-raising activities can provide a framework for interactive communication and information exchange and facilitate cross-sectoral and cross- institutional cooperation and coordination. It also provides a framework for Members of the Forum and relevant partners and stakeholders in planning communication and outreach activities in support of implementation of the UNSPF 2030. (...) • How can we improve coordination in communication, so that the many messages, events and activities complement each other?
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Score: 222352.61 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...4-CN-Panel-Comm-IDF-7May19.pdf
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An Important Tool for Action: Community-Based Rehabilitation (CBR) a bridge between policy and practice A thriving approach to integrate persons with disabilities in development that is practiced in over 90 countries around the world is community-based rehabilitation (CBR). (...) If you would like to commemorate the International Day of Persons with Disabilities in your community and would like to share an innovative idea that includes other stakeholders, such as your Government, a UN agency, an NGO/DPO or a community, please let us know about it. (...) ((For more information: www.add.org.uk ; gail.johnson@add.org.uk ) Canada: In Alberta, Barrhead Community Council will be hosting a free dinner tilted “Inclusive Community Celebration” to celebrating diversity, inclusion and community. 2.
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Score: 222021.58 - https://www.un.org/development...abilities-3-december-2009.html
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Recent developments in technology has led to the emergence of better and more refined ways of communication which the Government can use to facilitate the communication process. (...) This newest way to provide services and communicate with the public has also reached the UAE. (...) Internet is one of the most powerful communicating tools available and the fact that, the Government is trying to make use of this tool to improve public services, and communicate better with its citizens is definitely commendable.
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Score: 221724.78 - https://publicadministration.u...e-future-of-Govt-Communication
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