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Were you ever afraid […] The post Bridging the digital gender divide in Malawi appeared first on ITU Hub. ITU’s top contributors: Australia Australia is among the leading contributors to the annual budget of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), with a current commitment of 13 contributory units – equivalent to over CHF 4.1 million (about AUD 6.2 million or USD 4.2 million) each year. As part of this special blog series on ITU’s top contributing Member States, ITU News interviewed Richard Windeyer, Deputy […] The post ITU’s top contributors: Australia appeared first on ITU Hub.
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Score: 795791.3 - https://www.itu.int/hub/tag/pp-22/page/2/
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Skip to content About ITU Radiocommunication Standardization Development Menu News Publications Membership عربي 简体中文 English Français Русский Español About | Disclaimer Open site search × ITU User Account News Publications Membership About ITU Radiocommunication Standardization Development Search the site Search Close search form ITU Plenipotentiary Conference (PP) 31 results News Young social media creators set to promote green, gender-responsive, inclusive ITU Plenipotentiary 22 Sep 2022 News ITU News Magazine: ‘Meet the candidates’ edition out now 20 Sep 2022 News Mapping Romania’s digital expansion 7 Sep 2022 News ITU’s top contributors: Australia 6 Sep 2022 News ITU’s top contributors: Germany 2 Sep 2022 News ITU’s top contributors: Republic of Korea 31 Aug 2022 News ITU’s top contributors: China 22 Aug 2022 News ITU’s top contributors: Italy 15 Aug 2022 News ITU’s top contributors: France 8 Aug 2022 News ITU’s top contributors: Switzerland 1 Aug 2022 News Space monitoring at the core of ITU Radiocommunication activities 29 Jul 2022 News ITU’s top contributors: United Kingdom 27 Jul 2022 « Previous 1 2 3 Next » Subscribe to our newsletters Step 1 of 2 50% Email (Required) Choose newsletter subscription preferences (Required) ITU Newsletter ITU News Magazine ITU Publications ITU About ITU Regional presence Connect with ITU LinkedIn Facebook Twitter YouTube Tiktok Instagram Contact us Ethics/report misconduct Accessibility Privacy notice Young social media creators set to promote green, gender-responsive, inclusive ITU Plenipotentiary Close Please fill in the form below to get your copy.
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Score: 795791.3 - https://www.itu.int/hub/tag/it...tentiary-conference-pp/page/2/
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SecGen seeks new or add'l contributors after Austria's withdrawal from UNDOF - Spokesman statement - SecGen statement - Press release - Question of Palestine Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: Home Key Topics Key issues at stake The Quartet History Fast facts The Committee Background Bureau Membership Mandate and Objectives Areas of Activities Reports Statements Newsletters Events Upcoming Events Committee Meetings International Conferences and Side Events Delegation visits Solidarity Day Capacity Building Programme Document Database Search Document Collection Map Collection Civil Society Overview Responsibilities of Civil Society Partners NGO Action News Get accredited Benefits of accreditation Civil Society Partners UN System FAQ Search for: Home / SecGen seeks new or add’l contributors after Austria’s withdrawal from UNDOF – Spokesman statement – SecGen statement – Press release SecGen seeks new or add’l contributors after Austria’s withdrawal from UNDOF – Spokesman statement – SecGen statement – Press release Secretary-General SG/SM/15084 PKO/353 Department of Public Information • News and Media Division • New York SECRETARY-GENERAL, EXPRESSING REGRET OVER AUSTRIA'S WITHDRAWAL FROM UNITED NATIONS DISENGAGEMENT OBSERVER FORCE, SEEKS NEW OR ADDITIONAL CONTRIBUTORS   The following statement was issued today by the Spokesperson for UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon: The Secretary-General learned today of Austria’s decision to withdraw its troops from the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF).   (...) The Secretary-General is approaching Member States in an effort to identify urgently new contributors or additional contributions to UNDOF. The Secretary-General reminds all actors in Syria that UNDOF is mandated to monitor the Disengagement of Forces Agreement between Israel and the Syrian Arab Republic.  
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Score: 795039.55 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-205743/
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All around him, the Kigali-based innovator saw people who, although gainfully employed, lacked […] The post Smart Incubator start-up tackles African employment challenges appeared first on ITU Hub. ITU’s top contributors: Italy Italy is among the leading contributors to the annual budget of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), with a current commitment of 15 contributory units – equivalent to nearly CHF 4.77 million (about EUR 4.9 million or USD 5 million) each year. (...) What were the […] The post Implementing Kazakhstan’s cybersecurity concept appeared first on ITU Hub. ITU’s top contributors: Switzerland Switzerland is among the leading contributors to the annual budget of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), with a current commitment of 10 contributory units – equivalent to CHF 3.18 million (or about USD 3.25 million) each year. As part of this special blog series on ITU’s top contributing Member States, ITU News interviewed Thomas Schneider, […] The post ITU’s top contributors: Switzerland appeared first on ITU Hub.
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The Council was obliged to include troop contributors in the drafting, implementation and renewal of mandates.  (...) More cooperation among troop- and police-contributors, host States, regional organizations and the Peacebuilding Commission would maximize peacekeeping’s efficiency.  (...) Dialogue among the Council, Secretariat and troop and police contributors was essential for mandate renewals, he added.
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Score: 792921.04 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2015/gapk221.doc.htm
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Dubai, 2012) of this assembly, considering a) that the ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU-T) has been encouraging and facilitating the involvement of academia, universities and associated research establishments, seeking to set up a broader forum for discussions on established and innovative technologies; b) that the productivity of professionals from academia, universities and associated research establishments is constantly evaluated; c) that, in general, the evaluation of professionals from academia, universities and associated research establishments takes the form of evaluating items such as books, papers published, research projects accomplished, approval of their project proposals by funding agencies and their career development programmes; d) that neither the authorship of contributions to study group deliverables nor the editorship of Recommendations and technical papers are currently considered in the evaluation of the productivity of professionals from academia, universities and associated research establishments; e) that the acknowledgement of contributors will promote greater participation and membership, resolves that it is important to acknowledge significant contributors to the work of ITU-T, instructs the Director of the Telecommunication Standardization Bureau to acknowledge the value of active participation of the membership, in particular academia, universities and their associated research establishments, in the standardization activities of ITU, by collaborating closely with Member States and their respective bodies that formulate public policies in areas such as education, science and technology and industry and commerce in order to highlight the importance of contribution to ITU-T study group deliverables, instructs the Telecommunication Standardization Advisory Group 1 to study options on how to clearly acknowledge significant contributors to the development of study group deliverables; 2 to define, in consultation with the ITU membership, objective criteria that will guide study groups in identifying such significant contributors, invites Member States to consider, as appropriate, the participation of academia in the ITUT contribution process and to provide visibility and acknowledgment of their contributions, editorships and other outputs so that they may be considered as eligible activities for research and development productivity evaluation. 2 WTSA-12 – Resolution 80 WTSA-12 – Resolution 80 1
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Score: 792895.65 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...res/T-RES-T.80-2012-MSW-E.docx
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SVG - NATIONAL INSURANCE SERVICES OF SAINT VINCENT AND THE rev Experiences in Social Protection and Formalization Persons between the age of 16 and pensionable age Includes employees, self-employed and voluntary contributors Beneficiaries (dependents) of the aforementioned groups Year of birthYear of birthYear of birthYear of birth Pensionable agePensionable agePensionable agePensionable age 1955 and before 60 1956-1957 61 1958-1959 62 1960-961 63 1962-1963 64 1964 and after 65 Covered personsCovered personsCovered personsCovered persons 2014201420142014 2015201520152015 2016201620162016 (Prelim)(Prelim)(Prelim)(Prelim) Employees 33,412 33,225 32,494 Self- Employed 877 944 959 Voluntary contributors 200 193 180 Pensioners 6,394 6,793 6,868 TotalTotalTotalTotal 40,88340,88340,88340,883 41,15541,15541,15541,155 40,50140,50140,50140,501 Employee 4.5% Employer 5.5% Total 10.0% Employee 4.29% Employer 5.25% Total 9.54% Regular employees Pensionable Government workers Self employed 9.5% Voluntary contributors 8.84% Covered personsCovered personsCovered personsCovered persons Maximum ( EC$)Maximum ( EC$)Maximum ( EC$)Maximum ( EC$) Maximum (US$)Maximum (US$)Maximum (US$)Maximum (US$) Employees 4333.00 1622.85 Self-employed 4333.00 1622.85 Voluntary contributors 4333.00 1622.85 CategoryCategoryCategoryCategory Weekly Weekly Weekly Weekly income income income income ($)($)($)($) Weekly Weekly Weekly Weekly contribution contribution contribution contribution ($)($)($)($) Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly income income income income ($)($)($)($) Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly contribution contribution contribution contribution ($)($)($)($) A 1000.00 95.00 4,333.00 411.64 B 840.00 79.80 3,640.00 345.80 C 720.00 68.40 3,120.00 296.40 D 600.00 57.00 2,600.00 247.00 E 480.00 45.60 2,080.00 197.60 F 360.00 34.20 1,560.00 148.20 G 240.00 22.80 1,040.00 98.80 H 120.00 11.40 520.00 49.40 Special 91.00 8.65 CategoryCategoryCategoryCategory Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly incomeincomeincomeincome ($)($)($)($) Quarterly Quarterly Quarterly Quarterly income income income income ($)($)($)($) Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly contribution contribution contribution contribution ($)($)($)($) Quarterly Quarterly Quarterly Quarterly contribution contribution contribution contribution ($)($)($)($) A 3,716.64 11,149.92 328.55 985.65 B 2,563.20 7,689.60 226.59 679.76 C 2,050.56 6,151.68 181.27 543.80 D 1,537.92 4,613.76 135.95 407.86 E 1,027.95 3,083.85 90.87 272.61 Special 400.50 1204.50 35.40 106.21 Managers Professionals Technicians and Associate Professionals Clerical Support Workers Services and Sales Workers Skilled agricultural, forestry & fishery workers Craft and Related Trades Workers Plant and Machine Operators and Assemblers Elementary Occupations Armed Forces Occupations Persons in the informal sector-primarily the self-employed Not mandatory- not legislated Contributions collected based on income category selected by the self employed person Once qualified, all benefits, except Employment Injury, are payable None NIS on wheels Face to face interaction Survey Strategic linkages with key stakeholders..Fisheries, Farmers’ Association, Minibus Association Targeted education programmes Face-to-face interaction Established several service centers Developing and refining past strategies to meet the changing needs Town hall meetings Establishment of another service center Establishment of MOU with key stakeholders ( Ministry of Agriculture, Income Tax, minibus Association etc.)
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Dubai, 2012) of this assembly, considering a) that the ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU-T) has been encouraging and facilitating the involvement of academia, universities and associated research establishments, seeking to set up a broader forum for discussions on established and innovative technologies; b) that the productivity of professionals from academia, universities and associated research establishments is constantly evaluated; c) that, in general, the evaluation of professionals from academia, universities and associated research establishments takes the form of evaluating items such as books, papers published, research projects accomplished, approval of their project proposals by funding agencies and their career development programmes; d) and that neither the authorship of contributions to study group deliverables nor the editorship of Recommendations and technical papers are currently considered in the evaluation of the productivity of professionals from academia, universities and associated research establishments; e) that the acknowledgement of contributors will promote greater participation and membership, resolves that it is important to acknowledge significant contributors to the work of ITU-T, instructs the Director of the Telecommunication Standardization Bureau to acknowledge the value of active participation of the membership, in particular academia, universities and their associated research establishments, in the standardization activities of ITU, by collaborating closely with Member States and their respective bodies that formulate public policies in areas such as education, science and technology and industry and commerce in order to highlight the importance of contribution to ITU-T study group deliverables, instructs the Telecommunication Standardization Advisory Group 1 to study options of how to clearly acknowledge significant contributors to the development of study group deliverables; 2 to define, in consultation with the ITU membership, objective criteria that will guide study groups in identifying such significant contributors, 4 WTSA-2012 – Resolution 80 – Prepublished version invites Member States to consider, as appropriate, participation of academia in the ITU-T contribution process and to provide visibility and acknowledgment of their contributions, editorships, and other outputs so that they may be considered as eligible activities for research and development productivity evaluation.
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Score: 792895.65 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/w...esolutions/Resolution%2080.pdf
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A link to policy statements delivered in Plenary will be added to the Minutes of Plenary Meetings Member States Submit in electronic form to: PPstatements@itu.int ITU PP-14 Website PP-14 Mobile Application Minutes of PL In language(s) provided by the contributor PP-14-RELATED [footnoteRef:3] [3: The PP-14 secretariat cannot undertake the translation nor reproduction of such documents/materials. (...) Member States Observers Submit in electronic form ONLY to: PP14contributions@itu.int Upon validation by Head of Governing Bodies Secretariat, send or bring very limited number of copies to: ITU Document Distribution / Office 2 Please indicate the nature of the document in a visible manner on the parcels. · PP-14 Kiosk on ITU PP-14 website · PP-14 Kiosk on PP-14 Mobile application In language(s) provided by the contributor · Candidacy Flyers Member States Submit in electronic form to: PP14contributions@itu.int Upon validation by Head of Governing Bodies Secretariat, send or bring copies to: ITU Document Distribution / Office 2 Please indicate the nature of the document in a visible manner on the parcels. · Authorized Distribution Areas in quantities provided by contributor In language(s) provided by the contributor · Candidacy Roll-ups Member States · NO display in BEXCO · Can only be displayed at National Receptions · Invitations to registered social event Member States Observers Submit in electronic form to: protocol@itu.int indicating list of recipients (all participants or Heads of delegation only) · Distributed as much as possible in electronic format to indicated recipients (All participants or Heads of Delegation only) In language(s) provided by the contributor · Gifts Member States Observers Deliver gifts to: [footnoteRef:5] PP14-ITU Gift Distribution / Storage 4 [5: ] Indicating in a visible manner on the parcels whether it is for All Participants OR Head of Delegation only . Inform the ITU logistics service by e-mail at conf-logistics@itu.int announcing the type and the quantity of gifts and if available the shipment details. · Authorized distribution by gift desk to indicated list of recipients (All participants or Heads of delegation only) In language(s) provided by the contributor PP-14 SIDE EVENTS [footnoteRef:6] (Regional group meetings and/or other meetings organized during the conference within the framework of PP-14) [6: The PP-14 secretariat cannot undertake the translation nor reproduction of such documents/materials.
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Score: 791855.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/plenipo...-guidelines-documentation.docx
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