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label_ru) as ?count) WHERE { ?concept a skos:Concept . ?concept skos:inScheme <[scheme_uri]> . ? (...) concept ?code ?prefLabelEN where { ?concept a skos:Concept . ?concept skos:notation ?code . ?concept skos:inScheme <[scheme_uri]> .
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Score: 611584.47 - https://www.fao.org/statistics...er/web/sparql-queries-examples
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Top concepts of AGROVOC | AGROVOC Skip to main content Search Search العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español AGROVOC Toggle navigation AGROVOC Home About News Releases Access Linked Data Editors Activity Content Format Top concepts Maintenance How to add a term Editorial Guidelines Tools and Services Using AGROVOC Multischeme and multihierarchy management Agrontology Top concepts of AGROVOC top concepts FAO, 2022 AGROVOC concepts are hierarchically organized under 25 general top concepts, such as: activities, processes, methods etc.  (...) These include narrower concepts like “agencies”, “labels”, “networks” and “policies”. (...) Systems: The systems top concept contains a wide range of concepts for systems of human action, interaction and thought (e.g.
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Score: 609501.37 - https://www.fao.org/agrovoc/top-concepts-agrovoc
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Top concepts of AGROVOC | АГРОВОК Перейти к основному содержанию Search العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español АГРОВОК Toggle navigation АГРОВОК Home О нас Архив Релизы Доступ Связанные Данные Сообщество Деятельность Содержание Формат Top concepts Техническая поддержка Как добавить термин Руководство для редакторов Инструменты и Услуги Пользование контентом АГРОВОК Управление иерархическими схемами Agrontology Top concepts of AGROVOC top concepts FAO, 2022 AGROVOC concepts are hierarchically organized under 25 general top concepts, such as: activities, processes, methods etc.  (...) These include narrower concepts like “agencies”, “labels”, “networks” and “policies”. (...) Systems: The systems top concept contains a wide range of concepts for systems of human action, interaction and thought (e.g.
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Score: 607998.14 - https://www.fao.org/agrovoc/ru/top-concepts-agrovoc
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Top concepts of AGROVOC | AGROVOC تجاوز إلى المحتوى الرئيسي Search العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español AGROVOC Toggle navigation AGROVOC Home عن أنباء إطلاق الوصول بيانات مرتبطة المحررين النشاط المحتوى نبذة عن التنسيق Top concepts الصيانة كيفية إضافة مصطلح الخطوط التوجيهية التحريرية أدوات وخدمات باستخدام AGROVOC إدارة الأنظمة والتعددية: علم الوجود Top concepts of AGROVOC top concepts FAO, 2022 AGROVOC concepts are hierarchically organized under 25 general top concepts, such as: activities, processes, methods etc.  (...) These include narrower concepts like “agencies”, “labels”, “networks” and “policies”. (...) Systems: The systems top concept contains a wide range of concepts for systems of human action, interaction and thought (e.g.
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Score: 607998.14 - https://www.fao.org/agrovoc/ar/top-concepts-agrovoc
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Concepts are not independent of one another. Analysis of the relationships among concepts within field of DPM and their arrangement into a concept system is a prerequisite of a coherent vocabulary. (...) A generic relation exists between two concepts when the intension of the subordinate concept includes the intension of the superordinate concept plus at least one additional delimiting characteristic [ISO 704]. (...) If a definition of a concept is controversial, but is a core concept, should be included.
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Score: 607478.7 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...fg/T-FG-DPM-2019-0.2-PDF-E.pdf
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Top concepts of AGROVOC | AGROVOC 跳转到主要内容 Search العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español AGROVOC Toggle navigation AGROVOC Home 简介 新闻 发布 访问 关联数据 编辑社区 活动 内容 格式 Top concepts 维护 如何添加新术语 编辑准则 工具与服务 使用AGROVOC 多体系与多层次管理 农学词汇表 Top concepts of AGROVOC top concepts FAO, 2022 AGROVOC concepts are hierarchically organized under 25 general top concepts, such as: activities, processes, methods etc.  (...) These include narrower concepts like “agencies”, “labels”, “networks” and “policies”. (...) Systems: The systems top concept contains a wide range of concepts for systems of human action, interaction and thought (e.g.
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Score: 606008.64 - https://www.fao.org/agrovoc/in...ex.php/zh/top-concepts-agrovoc
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Concepts are not independent of one another. Analysis of the relationships among concepts within field of DPM and their arrangement into a concept system is a prerequisite of a coherent vocabulary. (...) A generic relation exists between two concepts when the intension of the subordinate concept includes the intension of the superordinate concept plus at least one additional delimiting characteristic [ISO 704]. (...) If a definition of a concept is controversial, but is a core concept, should be included.
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Score: 605648.54 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...g/T-FG-DPM-2019-0.2-MSW-E.docx
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Remarks by USG Stephen O'Brien Remarks at the Global Humanitarian Overview 2016 Status Report ‘Investing in Humanity: Meeting the needs of vulnerable people in 2016' Opening remarks to the Humanitarian Affairs Segment Moving beyond business as usual: Working together to reduce need, risk and vulnerability   Key documents Synthesis report 2016 Secretary-General report 2016 ECOSOC resolution   Documentation Agenda Calendar   High-Level Panels and Transition Event Concept Note - High-Level Panel on “Moving beyond business as usual: Working together to reduce need, risk and vulnerability” Concept Note - High-Level Panel on “Leaving No One Behind: Addressing Forced Displacement”  Concept Note - High-Level Panel – "Impediments to the Protection of Civilians"  Concept Note - Transition from relief to development: Understanding the Humanitarian-Development nexus   Side Events Concept Note: Investing in Humanity: meeting the needs of vulnerable people in 2016 Concept Note: Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in the Post-WHS Landscape: Taking the Gender Commitments Forward  Concept Note: Urban Crises and the New Urban Agenda Concept Note: Better humanitarian- development cooperation for sustainable results on the ground Concept Note: The Humanitarian Data Landscape: From Local to Global Use and Impact Concept Note: Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA): Translating Articulated Commitments into Concrete Action for Preventing and Addressing SEA Concept Note: The role and contribution of collective response evaluation for accountability and learning to accelerate progress towards the 2030 Agenda  C oncept Note: Including the Excluded: Addressing Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Situations of Risk and Humanitarian Concept Note: One month on from the World Humanitarian Summit: What next for humanitarian financing?  Concept Note: UN Humanitarian Pooled Funds in the Post-WHS Era  Concept Note: The Future of Global Humanitarian Health Response  Concept Note: Ending Needs in the Lake Chad Basin: Working Together to Leave No One Behind  Concept Note: Addressing protracted internal displacement: a multi-faceted challenge  Concept Note: Colombia’s humanitarian efforts: Benchmarking the comprehensive attention to victims of the internal conflict  Concept Note: Maximizing the contribution of cash-based programming to ending extreme poverty and achieving zero hunger Concept Note: Reducing risk, promoting resilience and aiding recovery: New York Launch of the Inter-agency Standing Committee Guidelines for Integrating Gender-based Violence Interventions in Humanitarian Action Concept Note: Safeguarding health access in conflict, upholding international humanitarian law - Global Protection Cluster Concept Note: Strengthening Africa’s effectiveness for humanitarian action Concept Note: Resilience to Natural Hazards and Climate-Induced Disasters Concept Note: Taking the Agenda for Humanity Forward: The Secretary-General’s report on the outcomes of the World Humanitarian Summit    Background Documents 2015 ECOSOC Humanitarian Affairs Segment Synthesis A/71/82 - E/2016/60 - Report of the Secretary-General on Strengthening of the coordination of emergency humanitarian assistance of the United Nations All ECOSOC reports       SUBSCRIBE TO RECEIVE OCHA'S INFORMATION PRODUCTS SUBSCRIBE Contact us OCHA Sites Follow us Facebook UNOCHA Twitter UNReliefChief Twitter LinkedIn Instagram YouTube Support us Governments, corporations and foundations: ocha.donor.relations@un.org Individuals can donate here: DONATE Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice © United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
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Score: 605042.4 - https://www.unocha.org/fr/ecosoc-2016
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Remarks by USG Stephen O'Brien Remarks at the Global Humanitarian Overview 2016 Status Report ‘Investing in Humanity: Meeting the needs of vulnerable people in 2016' Opening remarks to the Humanitarian Affairs Segment Moving beyond business as usual: Working together to reduce need, risk and vulnerability   Key documents Synthesis report 2016 Secretary-General report 2016 ECOSOC resolution   Documentation Agenda Calendar   High-Level Panels and Transition Event Concept Note - High-Level Panel on “Moving beyond business as usual: Working together to reduce need, risk and vulnerability” Concept Note - High-Level Panel on “Leaving No One Behind: Addressing Forced Displacement”  Concept Note - High-Level Panel – "Impediments to the Protection of Civilians"  Concept Note - Transition from relief to development: Understanding the Humanitarian-Development nexus   Side Events Concept Note: Investing in Humanity: meeting the needs of vulnerable people in 2016 Concept Note: Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in the Post-WHS Landscape: Taking the Gender Commitments Forward  Concept Note: Urban Crises and the New Urban Agenda Concept Note: Better humanitarian- development cooperation for sustainable results on the ground Concept Note: The Humanitarian Data Landscape: From Local to Global Use and Impact Concept Note: Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA): Translating Articulated Commitments into Concrete Action for Preventing and Addressing SEA Concept Note: The role and contribution of collective response evaluation for accountability and learning to accelerate progress towards the 2030 Agenda  C oncept Note: Including the Excluded: Addressing Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Situations of Risk and Humanitarian Concept Note: One month on from the World Humanitarian Summit: What next for humanitarian financing?  Concept Note: UN Humanitarian Pooled Funds in the Post-WHS Era  Concept Note: The Future of Global Humanitarian Health Response  Concept Note: Ending Needs in the Lake Chad Basin: Working Together to Leave No One Behind  Concept Note: Addressing protracted internal displacement: a multi-faceted challenge  Concept Note: Colombia’s humanitarian efforts: Benchmarking the comprehensive attention to victims of the internal conflict  Concept Note: Maximizing the contribution of cash-based programming to ending extreme poverty and achieving zero hunger Concept Note: Reducing risk, promoting resilience and aiding recovery: New York Launch of the Inter-agency Standing Committee Guidelines for Integrating Gender-based Violence Interventions in Humanitarian Action Concept Note: Safeguarding health access in conflict, upholding international humanitarian law - Global Protection Cluster Concept Note: Strengthening Africa’s effectiveness for humanitarian action Concept Note: Resilience to Natural Hazards and Climate-Induced Disasters Concept Note: Taking the Agenda for Humanity Forward: The Secretary-General’s report on the outcomes of the World Humanitarian Summit    Background Documents 2015 ECOSOC Humanitarian Affairs Segment Synthesis A/71/82 - E/2016/60 - Report of the Secretary-General on Strengthening of the coordination of emergency humanitarian assistance of the United Nations All ECOSOC reports       SUBSCRIBE TO RECEIVE OCHA'S INFORMATION PRODUCTS SUBSCRIBE Contact us OCHA Sites Follow us Facebook UNOCHA Twitter UNReliefChief Twitter LinkedIn Instagram YouTube Support us Governments, corporations and foundations: ocha.donor.relations@un.org Individuals can donate here: DONATE Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice © United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
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Score: 605042.4 - https://www.unocha.org/fr/node/943738
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Remarks by USG Stephen O'Brien Remarks at the Global Humanitarian Overview 2016 Status Report ‘Investing in Humanity: Meeting the needs of vulnerable people in 2016' Opening remarks to the Humanitarian Affairs Segment Moving beyond business as usual: Working together to reduce need, risk and vulnerability   Key documents Synthesis report 2016 Secretary-General report 2016 ECOSOC resolution   Documentation Agenda Calendar   High-Level Panels and Transition Event Concept Note - High-Level Panel on “Moving beyond business as usual: Working together to reduce need, risk and vulnerability” Concept Note - High-Level Panel on “Leaving No One Behind: Addressing Forced Displacement”  Concept Note - High-Level Panel – "Impediments to the Protection of Civilians"  Concept Note - Transition from relief to development: Understanding the Humanitarian-Development nexus   Side Events Concept Note: Investing in Humanity: meeting the needs of vulnerable people in 2016 Concept Note: Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in the Post-WHS Landscape: Taking the Gender Commitments Forward  Concept Note: Urban Crises and the New Urban Agenda Concept Note: Better humanitarian- development cooperation for sustainable results on the ground Concept Note: The Humanitarian Data Landscape: From Local to Global Use and Impact Concept Note: Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA): Translating Articulated Commitments into Concrete Action for Preventing and Addressing SEA Concept Note: The role and contribution of collective response evaluation for accountability and learning to accelerate progress towards the 2030 Agenda  C oncept Note: Including the Excluded: Addressing Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Situations of Risk and Humanitarian Concept Note: One month on from the World Humanitarian Summit: What next for humanitarian financing?  Concept Note: UN Humanitarian Pooled Funds in the Post-WHS Era  Concept Note: The Future of Global Humanitarian Health Response  Concept Note: Ending Needs in the Lake Chad Basin: Working Together to Leave No One Behind  Concept Note: Addressing protracted internal displacement: a multi-faceted challenge  Concept Note: Colombia’s humanitarian efforts: Benchmarking the comprehensive attention to victims of the internal conflict  Concept Note: Maximizing the contribution of cash-based programming to ending extreme poverty and achieving zero hunger Concept Note: Reducing risk, promoting resilience and aiding recovery: New York Launch of the Inter-agency Standing Committee Guidelines for Integrating Gender-based Violence Interventions in Humanitarian Action Concept Note: Safeguarding health access in conflict, upholding international humanitarian law - Global Protection Cluster Concept Note: Strengthening Africa’s effectiveness for humanitarian action Concept Note: Resilience to Natural Hazards and Climate-Induced Disasters Concept Note: Taking the Agenda for Humanity Forward: The Secretary-General’s report on the outcomes of the World Humanitarian Summit    Background Documents 2015 ECOSOC Humanitarian Affairs Segment Synthesis A/71/82 - E/2016/60 - Report of the Secretary-General on Strengthening of the coordination of emergency humanitarian assistance of the United Nations All ECOSOC reports       SUBSCRIBE TO RECEIVE OCHA'S INFORMATION PRODUCTS SUBSCRIBE Contact us OCHA Sites Follow us Facebook UNOCHA Twitter UNReliefChief Twitter LinkedIn Instagram YouTube Support us Governments, corporations and foundations: ocha.donor.relations@un.org Individuals can donate here: DONATE Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice © United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
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Score: 605042.4 - https://www.unocha.org/es/ecosoc-2016
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