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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...-Survey-in-Media/ID/1851/Files
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Solution:  Fund My Community (https://yoursay.sa.gov.au/fmc rounds/fund-my-community-2017) is a capacity-building grant program that uses digital participatory budgeting to allocate $1 million AUD (approximately 700,000 USD) annually to improve the lives of disadvantaged, isolated or vulnerable South Australians. (...) Impact:  Fund My Community contributes to the SDGs at two levels. At the administrative level, it contributes to Goal 16 - building effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels. (...) The simplified application process reduces the administrative burden to community groups applying for funding. The Program directly contributes to a transparent, inclusive, accountable and respectful public service.
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Score: 221724.78 - https://publicadministration.u...2017-Winners/Fund-My-Community
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Our own Health Systems are an intrinsic part of the Good Living paradigm and are oriented to the care of diverse ecosystems that coexist in bal- ance, always in relation to the territorial community context and the coexistence that involves both the relations with the community and with nature. But these Systems function on the basis of coex- istence and community practices that are also at risk in the face of policies that disrupt –even if involuntarily– this coex- istence. (...) The following is a summary of the vari- ous proposals collected from both large and small indigenous organizations and youth groups from Abya Yala, aimed at strengthening the interventions based on their requirements: • Prioritizing the most vulnerable indigenous communities. • Characterizing the main vulnerabilities. • Reinforcing the health fence in communities with voluntary isolation. • Paying special and priority attention to the communities in the Amazon that face great difficulty in terms of territorial access and medical assistance.
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Score: 221683.06 - https://www.un.org/development.../03/Comunicado-26-marzo-EN.pdf
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Department of Global Communications | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Department of Global Communications Search the United Nations Submit Search A-Z Site Index Toggle navigation Home Head of Department Who We Are » Strategic Communications News and Media Outreach What We Do » Getting the News Out Spotlighting Issues Building Partnerships Engaging the Public Sharing Knowledge Working with the Media Where We Work » New York Geneva Vienna Worldwide UNIC Directory Telling the UN story in many languages , powered across platforms . (...) It brings together all countries and different actors to take concerted action across the global community to make a positive difference in people’s lives and for the planet. (...) Melissa Fleming, Under-Secretary-General for Global Communications Head of Department Strategic Communications News & Media Outreach What We Do Getting the News Out From emergency aid to Security Council vote – covering the gamut of UN activities around the world.
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Score: 221563.87 - https://www.un.org/en/department-global-communications
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Discussions on DWD communities have often been limited to the context of caste, thus limiting the issue to the Asian and African continent where the term ‘caste’ is used. (...) Guiding Questions for presentations and discussion: What are the main challenges that youth activists from Communities Discriminated by Work and Descent (CDWD) face in your country and region? (...) Discussions on DWD communities have often been limited to the context of caste, thus...
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Score: 221409.77 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...doc/notes/inclusivity-proj.pdf
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In addition to poverty and underlying health status, many indigenous peoples live in isolated or remote communities, where health-care services are difficult to reach and have limited capacity, or do not exist. The role of elders in indigenous communities is particularly significant as they play a key role in keeping and transmitting indigenous traditional knowledge and culture and practices that can contribute to the health, well-being and recovery of their own and wider communities. (...) Entities that are engaged in cooperation with indigenous peoples should pursue alternative activities that do not involve physical contact. • Obtain the free, prior and informed consent of indigenous peoples before initiating any programs or activities with indigenous peoples, or in indigenous peoples’ communities. • Where contact with indigenous peoples is unavoidable, ensure that staff are competent and informed on reducing transmission of the virus, practice of physical distancing and monitor risk reduction strategies. • Ensure that activities and information for indigenous peoples, or communities with indigenous peoples, are available in indigenous languages and are culturally appropriate. • Revisit and reconsider ongoing projects, in close coordination with the indigenous peoples involved, taking into consideration the effects of COVID-19 (and related mitigation efforts) on these communities. • Consider establishing post COVID-19 reconstruction activities and programmes that are specifically aimed at indigenous peoples that support indigenous peoples’ traditional livelihoods, their economies and sustain their communities. • Involve indigenous youth in the dissemination of COVID-19 messages within the communities both in mainstream languages as well as in indigenous languages, their command of social media makes them a fundamental player in this situation.
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Score: 221330 - https://www.un.org/development.../COVID19_IP_considerations.pdf
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Who were the stakeholders involved in the design of the initiative and in its implementation? (a) Mass community mobilization leading to demand generation and behavioural change : The individuals, and thus the community, were identified as the primary stake holder, and mass mobilization of the community was made the centre theme. (...) What were the most successful outputs and why was the initiative effective? (a) Being a community led programme, the participation of community at all levels of planning, designing, execution and monitoring ensured community supervision and monitoring of the entire movement . (...) Realising the obstacle, the Sabar Souchagar model was designed as a community led initiative where in the main thrust is on mass community mobilisation.
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Score: 221328.7 - https://publicadministration.u...nProfilev2014/mid/1170/id/3763
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Communities | Public Administration Network UNPAN Skip to main content    Welcome to the United Nations عربي  中文   English   Français  Русский   Español Public Administration Network   A-Z Site Index Home About UNPAN UNPAN Coordinator - DPIDG UNPAN Members Contribute to UNPAN Thematic Areas UNPAN Resources by Region Global Africa Americas Asia & the Pacific Europe & Central Asia Middle East SDG16 Knowledge Hub UN Resolutions related to SDG16 Principles of Effective Governance e-Library Innovative Practices Thematic Databases Glossary Capacity Development Global Initiative on Governance Curriculum on Governance for the SDGs UN Public Service Forum Online Training Centre Development Cooperation Projects Communities of Practice Global Network of Schools of Public Administration Thematic Communities of Practice News & Events News Events UNPAN Newsletters Photos Videos Breadcrumb Home  >> Communities of Practice Communities of Practice GLOBAL NETWORK OF SCHOOLS OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION The Global Network of Schools of Public Administration aims to strengthen advocacy of the 2030 Agenda and the SDGs among public servants; to create, expand and exchange knowledge on effective governance for sustainable development and develop individual, organizational and institutional capabilities.    THEMATIC COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE The Thematic Communities of Practice aim to support the informed discussion and reflection of key issues among UNPAN Members on one of the UNPAN’s thematic areas.
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Score: 221311.45 - https://unpan.un.org/communities
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Communities | Public Administration Network UNPAN Skip to main content    Welcome to the United Nations عربي  中文   English   Français  Русский   Español Public Administration Network   A-Z Site Index Home About UNPAN UNPAN Coordinator - DPIDG UNPAN Members Contribute to UNPAN Thematic Areas UNPAN Resources by Region Global Africa Americas Asia & the Pacific Europe & Central Asia Middle East SDG16 Knowledge Hub UN Resolutions related to SDG16 Principles of Effective Governance e-Library Innovative Practices Thematic Databases Glossary Capacity Development Global Initiative on Governance Curriculum on Governance for the SDGs UN Public Service Forum Online Training Centre Development Cooperation Projects Communities of Practice Global Network of Schools of Public Administration Thematic Communities of Practice News & Events News Events UNPAN Newsletters Photos Videos Breadcrumb Home  >> Communities of Practice Communities of Practice GLOBAL NETWORK OF SCHOOLS OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION The Global Network of Schools of Public Administration aims to strengthen advocacy of the 2030 Agenda and the SDGs among public servants; to create, expand and exchange knowledge on effective governance for sustainable development and develop individual, organizational and institutional capabilities.    THEMATIC COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE The Thematic Communities of Practice aim to support the informed discussion and reflection of key issues among UNPAN Members on one of the UNPAN’s thematic areas.
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Score: 221311.45 - https://unpan.un.org/index.php/communities
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Results from children are related to drug abuse and crime among youth in slum communities and surrounding communities. Insecurity of life is directly affecting the Municipality of Roi Et and broader communities. (...) The action plan of the CDC is in accordance with the needs and problems of children in the community. Participation is involved with administrators, teachers, parents and community. (...) In 2012 social issues such as unemployment was 3.65% while in 2015 this dropped to 1.96% of the population in the community. The satisfaction survey of residents in the community survey, 87.5% were satisfied with the environment of the community and 79.63% agreed that the community is safe from drugs and mingling location.
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Score: 221246.83 - https://publicadministration.u...nProfilev2014/mid/1170/id/4990
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