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CONSIDER children’s unique identities, evolving capacities and circumstances in data governance frameworks. (...) SHIFT responsibility for data protection from children to companies and governments. Extend the protection measures to all children below the age of 18, regardless of the age of consent. 7. (...) Data protection authorities and technology companies must employ staff who understand children’s rights, and governments should allocate funding for regulatory oversight. 5.
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Score: 872650.2 - https://www.unicef.org/globali...2010%20Actions%20Manifesto.pdf
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In addition, and over time the invoice data creates a mass of business intelligence about the trading history for and between companies, and informs the ways companies can choose to engage in business with other companies in the future. (...) Identifier (Business Term: Unique Consignment Reference UCR) 1296: Contract Document. (...) The GS1 system of standards consists of unique global numbering system, bar coding and electronic business communications.
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Score: 872505.5 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...PublicReview/Rec6_june2008.doc
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Christine Lagarde, Managing Director, International Monetary Fund 3:21 – 4:10 pm Panel 1: Fostering an enabling environment for financing the 2030 Agenda The United Nations is uniquely placed to develop and promote implementation of global norms in financing for sustainable development and encourage alignment of financial and economic policies with the 2030 Agenda. (...) Mark Wilson, Chief Executive Officer, Aviva Group [What would be the impact of mainstreaming corporate sustainability benchmarks that rank companies on their performance across a range of SDG-related indicators?] (...) Bill Gates, Co-founder, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation [In what ways is global philanthropy uniquely equipped to boost financial inclusion and sustainable investment, and how is it bringing innovative solutions to scale?]
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Score: 871212.5 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...-Annotated-Programme_28Aug.pdf
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It means that maintaining and updating a unique tool is not the correct strategy to be applied for Network Planning. The major concerned telecommunication Companies normally use different tools (or different packages integrated on a unique platform) for network Planning. They usually rely on the services of software companies who are in a position to provide quick updates as soon as required.
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Score: 871212.5 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...ons/Cairo_1_2_RPasserini_1.PDF
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Indigenous and tribal peoples – accounting for almost 15 per cent of the world’s poor – are uniquely vulnerable to discrimination and exclusion. (...) The revised MNE Declaration provides clear guidance and a framework for companies on how they can contribute through their operations to decent work. (...) Positive engagement with indigenous peoples in line with the MNE Declaration’s employment promotion and equality principles can bring a range of benefits, including stronger relationships with communities resulting in fewer conflicts, stronger government relationships, reputational benefits, employee engagement and the ability to partner with and learn from indigenous people’s unique contributions and knowledge. According to Convention No. 169 it is the responsibility of the State to consult with indigenous peoples regarding legislative or administrative measures which may affect them directly.
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Score: 871212.5 - https://www.ilo.org/moscow/new...WCMS_549433/lang--en/index.htm
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Countries might have special domestic situations or unique tax regimes. Different stages of economic and social development might pose distinct challenges too. (...) During the process, developing countries were able to raise these unique issues and present their positions for everyone to discuss. (...) The arm’s length principle can hardly be applied here as there are no comparable transactions on the market to be found because the parent company would not give the formulation to a third party company to manufacture. 4.2.1.3 The challenges to the arm’s length principle are not something unique to developing countries.
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Score: 869748.1 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...Att12_ChinaCountryPractice.pdf
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Ensuring a presence at the GSS/WTSA exhibition will give your company a unique opportunity of visibility in front of a very influential global  audience. (...) This form will be sent to the stand building company designated by South Africa. The designated stand building company will contact the exhibitor to follow-up on detailed requirements for the construction of a stand on the requested exhibition space, and will propose/negotiate a contract with the exhibitor. (...) PAYMENT CONDITIONS Invoices will be issued by designated stand building company and payments should be made to that company.
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Score: 868073.7 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/wtsa-08/info/exhibition.html
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Supporting Responsible Business Practices Everywhere Recognizing that high-risk areas of the world pose a number of unique dilemmas, the UN Global Compact has advanced work in this area for over a decade. Beginning with the first multi-stakeholder dialogue in 2001 on “The Role of the Private Sector in Zones of Conflict”, the UN Global Compact, together with companies, civil society organizations, investors and the UN, have developed a range of guidance to support companies and enhance positive business contributions to development and peace. (...) In 2010, the UN Global Compact and Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) published Guidance on Responsible Business in Conflict-Affected and High-Risk Areas: A Resource for Companies and Investors to assist companies and investors in implementing responsible business practices in the most challenging operating environments.
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Score: 867907.3 - https://www.unglobalcompact.or...rk/governance/peace/background
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. • It means that maintaining and updating a unique tool is not the correct strategy to be applied for Network Planning. • The major concerned Telecommunication Companies normally use different tools (or different packages integrated on a unique platform) for network Planning. They usually rely on the services of software companies who are in a position to provide quick updates as soon as required.
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Score: 867539.1 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...w-03/Day%201/1.3_Passerini.pdf
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Danielle combines her unique background in software engineering, executive leadership, and ideas theater to help clients inform, inspire, and influence their audiences. (...) Once acquired, her team helped to grow the companies to scale to enable integration into the larger corporation. (...) She also serves as Managing Director at High Lantern Group, a strategic communications consulting firm. GCOA uniquely brings together global corporations across industry sectors to promote good public policy and market-based solutions centered on healthy and active aging. 
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Score: 867497 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/forum/2021/Agenda/Session/276
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