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Annual Conferences Management documents Reporting & monitoring Use of the logo Cities Response to COVID-19 Media and Interviews Contact Join the Network Call for Applications Frequently Asked Questions COVID-19 Connecting the world with sounds in Hamamatsu Hamamatsu Music Connecting the world with sounds in Hamamatsu When:  Thu, 11/11/2021 to Thu, 03/31/2022 Recognizing the importance of music in fostering cross-cultural understanding and cultural diversity, the Creative City of Hamamatsu, Japan, launched in November 2021 its “Global Sequencer” , an innovative online tool that allows individuals, generations, continents, countries, and cities to connect with sounds. (...) Created by sound designer Yuri Suzuki, as part of the city’s commitment to broaden and push the boundaries of sound design, the Sequencer is intended to create a sense of global connection.  In line with the city’s commitment to promoting access to culture and creativity, Hamamatsu’s Sequencer was developed with a participatory approach. In fact, anyone with an internet connection can access the two main functions offered by the Sequencer: “Playback mode” and “Sequencer mode”.
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Score: 707983.7 - https://en.unesco.org/creative-cities/node/1966
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Annual Conferences Management documents Reporting & monitoring Use of the logo Cities Response to COVID-19 Media and Interviews Contact Join the Network Call for Applications Frequently Asked Questions COVID-19 Connecting the world with sounds in Hamamatsu Hamamatsu Music Connecting the world with sounds in Hamamatsu When:  Thu, 11/11/2021 to Thu, 03/31/2022 Recognizing the importance of music in fostering cross-cultural understanding and cultural diversity, the Creative City of Hamamatsu, Japan, launched in November 2021 its “Global Sequencer” , an innovative online tool that allows individuals, generations, continents, countries, and cities to connect with sounds. (...) Created by sound designer Yuri Suzuki, as part of the city’s commitment to broaden and push the boundaries of sound design, the Sequencer is intended to create a sense of global connection.  In line with the city’s commitment to promoting access to culture and creativity, Hamamatsu’s Sequencer was developed with a participatory approach. In fact, anyone with an internet connection can access the two main functions offered by the Sequencer: “Playback mode” and “Sequencer mode”.
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Score: 707983.7 - https://en.unesco.org/creative...necting-world-sounds-hamamatsu
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Cybersecurity/Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP) is a SHARED responsibility All “participants” must be involved Appropriate to their roles August 2008 Committed to Connecting the World 5 Participants “Participants” responsible for cybersecurity: “Government, business, other organizations, and individual users who develop, own, provide, manage, service and use information systems and networks” – From “UNGA Resolution 57/239 Creation of a global culture of cybersecurity” August 2008 Committed to Connecting the World 66 National Strategy Government Industry Collaboration Deterring Cybercrime Incident Management Capabilities Culture of Cybersecurity ITU Framework for National Action August 2008 Committed to Connecting the World 7 Framework for Action For each of these five elements, the Framework recommends: POLICY: to guide national efforts GOALS: to implement the policy SPECIFIC STEPS: to achieve goals August 2008 Committed to Connecting the World 8international telecommunication union August 2008 Committed to Connecting the World 9 Implementing the Framework Nationally Actions by Government Collaboration by other participants August 2008 Committed to Connecting the World 10 Government Actions Provide leadership, guidance and coordination Identify lead persons and institutions Develop CSIRT with national responsibility Identify cooperative arrangements and mechanisms among all participants Identify international counterparts and relationships Identify experts Establish integrated risk management process Assess and periodically reassess cybersecurity Identify training requirements August 2008 Committed to Connecting the World 11 ITU National Cybersecurity/CIIP Self–Assessment Toolkit Intended to assist national authorities to review their domestic situation related to goals and actions identified in: Study Group Q 22/1: Report on Best Practices for a National Approach to Cybersecurity: A Management Framework for Organizing National Cybersecurity Efforts Adapted from work in APEC- TEL http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/cyb/cybersecurity/projects/readiness.html http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/cyb/cybersecurity/projects/readiness.html August 2008 Committed to Connecting the World 12 ITU Self–Assessment Toolkit Focus: national management and policy level Intended to assist national governments: Understand existing national approach Develop “baseline” re Best Practices Identify areas for attention Prioritize national efforts August 2008 Committed to Connecting the World 13 Considerations No nation starting at ZERO No “right” answer or approach Continual review and revision needed All “participants” must be involved appropriate to their roles August 2008 Committed to Connecting the World 14 The Self-Assessment Toolkit Examines each element of Framework at management and policy level: National Strategy Government - Industry Collaboration Deterring Cybercrime National Incident Management Capabilities Culture of Cybersecurity August 2008 Committed to Connecting the World 15 The Self-Assessment Toolkit Looks at organizational issues for each element of Framework: The people The institutions The relationships The policies The procedures The budget and resources August 2008 Committed to Connecting the World 16 The Self-Assessment Toolkit Identifies issues and poses questions: What Actions have been taken? (...) August 2008 Committed to Connecting the World 18 Next Steps What are the next steps for your nation? (...) August 2008 Committed to Connecting the World 19 International Telecommunication Union Committed to connecting the world ITU National Cybersecurity Framework – Overview This Presentation This Presentation Why a Framework?
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Score: 706166 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/cyb/...ork-overview-lusaka-aug-08.pdf
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Summary of Gender Equality in Science, Technology, and Innovation- Towards an Inclusive STI Ecosystem and Connectivity for All Summary of Gender Equality in Science, Technology, and Innovation: Towards an Inclusive STI Ecosystem and Connectivity for All The panel on Gender Equality in Science, Technology and Innovation: Towards an Inclusive STI Ecosystem and Connectivity for All hosted by The Permanent Mission of Chile to the United Nations, the Permanent Mission of Portugal to the United Nations, the International Telecommunication Union, the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia, the United Nations Industrial Development Organization, the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs, the World Intellectual Property Organization and the World Food Programme on 5 May marked the Sixth Annual Multi-stakeholder Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation for the Sustainable Development Goals by reflecting on the challenges to be addressed with the leaky pipeline of women into STI fields, but also the actions to be taken to create more inclusive workplaces and ecosystems to retain and support women in their STI career advancement.  (...) Panelists underscored the importance of addressing social and cultural restrictions hampering women’s advancement, as well as the structural changes to be made. (...) Maysoun Ibrahim, Board Member and Chairperson of the Innovation Supporter Network (ISN) at the Higher Council for Innovation and Excellence, stressed the need to conduct research on women in STI as there is an absence of woman focused studies to understand the complex social, cultural and ethical mechanisms that impact them in STI Fields.
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Score: 703773.83 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...20Connectivity%20for%20All.pdf
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A new report published by the Broadband Commission looks into school connectivity and introduces a methodology and framework for mapping and connecting primary and secondary schools to the Internet. (...) The report highlights the efforts and approach used by Giga and UNESCO’s e-schools Initiative ; two global initiatives aimed at connecting schools to the Internet and at turning schools into entry points for bringing connectivity to entire communities. Understanding the school connectivity landscape Since 2019, the Broadband Commission has been examining the issues faced by many governments when developing and deploying school connectivity initiatives.  
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Score: 702645.7 - https://en.unesco.org/news/new...cation-and-school-connectivity
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The reasons for the gender digital divide often vary by culture, and therefore local assessments and context-specific solutions are required to close the gender gap. (...) We are encouraged by the renewed focus on 2030 Connect as a virtual “knowledge hub” to share STI best practices and new technologies, and innovations. The continued development of 2030 Connect should build on a broad range of knowledge sources, including formal, informal, indigenous, and traditional knowledge.
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Score: 700468.16 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...ce%20Platform%20%28MGCY%29.pdf
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Microsoft Word - G20 Conference - Draft agenda_23 august.docx 1 G20 Conference on Women’s Empowerment Santa Margherita Ligure, August 26, 2021 Draft Agenda (August 23, 2021 update) 2 Thursday, August 26 morning 8.45 – 9.00 Welcome (Hotel Miramare) 9.00 – 11.00 Opening plenary session Moderator Francesca Paci (Journalist, Deputy Editor in Chief “La Stampa”, Italy) Welcome Address Elena Bonetti (Minister for Equal Opportunities and Family, Italy) Maria Edera Spadoni (Vice President, Chamber of Deputies, Italy) Helena Dalli (European Commissioner for Equality, EU) Åsa Regnér (Deputy Executive Director, UNWomen) Martha Newton (Deputy Director-General for Policy, ILO) Ulrik Vestergaard Knudsen (Deputy Secretary-General, OECD) Emma Bonino (Senator, Italy) remote connection Round Table 1 (9.40 – 10.20) Élisabeth Moreno (Minister Delegate for Gender Equality, Diversity and Equal Opportunities, France) I Gusti Ayu Bintang Darmawati (Minister of Women Empowerment and Child Protection, Indonesia) remote connection Marukawa Tamayo (Minister for the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games; Minister in charge of Women's Empowerment; Minister of State for Gender Equality, Japan) remote connection Linda Laura Sabbadini (Chairwoman, W20) Bogolo Joy Kenewendo (Special Envoy to G7 & G20, Women Political Leaders) 60-second answers Q&A 3 Thursday, August 26 morning (continued) Round Table 2 (10.20 - 11.00) Smriti Zubin Irani (Minister of Women and Child Development, India) video message Jeannette Bayisenge (Minister of Gender and Family Promotion, Rwanda) remote connection Kemi Badenoch (Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Equalities, UK) Chung Young-ai (Minister of Gender Equality and Family, South Korea) video message Paola Mascaro (Chairwoman, G20 EMPOWER) 60-second answers Q&A 11.00 – 11.30 Coffee Break 4 Thursday, August 26 morning (continued) 11.30 – 12.45 Thematic Plenary Session 1 STEM, Financial and Digital Literacy, Environment and Sustainability Moderator: Elsa Pilichowski (Director Public Governance, OECD) Assuntela Messina (Undersecretary of State for Innovation and Digital Transition, Italy) remote connection Alessandra Perrazzelli (Deputy Director, Banca d’Italia, Italy) remote connection Round Table 1 (11.40 – 12.05) Marise Payne (Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Women, Australia) remote connection Hala Bint Mazid Al-Tuwaijri (Secretary-general of the Saudi Family Affairs Council, Saudi Arabia) Maria Grazia Panunzi (Coordinator, C20 Gender Working Group) Anne Ravanona (Representative of W20, EU) Trina Liang-Lin (Representative of G20 Empower, Singapore) Round Table 2 (12.05 – 12.35) Ingrid Van Engelshoven (Minister of Education, Culture and Science, The Netherlands) Shen Yueyue (President, All-China Women’s Federation, China) video message Dato Haji Aminuddin Ihsan (Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports, Brunei Darussalam and Minister for ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community, Brunei Darussalam) remote connection Chiara Corazza (Special Representative to the G7 and G20, Women’s Forum) Ersilia Vaudo (Chief Diversity Officer, European Space Agency) Rinawati Prihatiningsih (Representative of G20 Empower, Indonesia) 12.45 – 14.15 Lunch Break 13.15 – 14.00 Ministerial meeting on women’s condition in Afghanistan (for HoD only) 5 Thursday, August 26 afternoon 14.15 – 15.30 Thematic Plenary Session 2 Labour and Economic Empowerment and Work-Life Balance Moderator Manuela Tomei (Director, Conditions of Work and Equality Department, ILO) Round Table 1 (14.25 – 14.55) Juliane Seifert (State Secretary, Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth, Germany) Elizabeth Gómez Alcorta (Minister of Women, Genders and Diversity, Argentina) – remote connection Derya Yanik (Minister of Family and Social Services, Turkey) Sharan Burrow (Chairwoman, L20) remote connection Emma Marcegaglia (Chairwoman, B20) Paola Profeta (Professor of Public Finance, Bocconi University, Director, Axa Research Lab on Gender Equality) Round Table 2 (14.55 – 15.30) Elena Mukhtiarova (Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Protection, Russian Federation) Masagos Zulkifli (Minister for Social and Family Development, Singapore) Nadine Gasman Zylbermann (President, INMUJERES – National Women’s Institute, Mexico) remote connection Irene Montero Gil (Minister for Equality, Spain) remote connection Valerio De Molli (CEO, The European House-Ambrosetti; Spokesperson,G20 Business Advisory Board on Women’s Empowerment) Mary MacLeod (Representative of G20 Empower, UK) Lella Golfo (President, Marisa Bellisario Foundation, Italy) video message 15.30 – 16.00 Coffee Break 6 Thursday, August 26 afternoon (continued) 16.00 – 17.00 Closing Plenary Session Moderator Simona Sala (Journalist, Director of Rai Radio 1 and Radio Journal) Gabriela Ramos (Assistant Director General for Social and Human Sciences, UNESCO) Norbert Schady (Chief Economist, World Bank) remote connection Closing panel ME Nkoana-Mashabane (Minister in the Presidency for Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities, South Africa) remote connection Damares Alves (Minister of Women, Family and Human Rights, Brazil) remote connection Jennifer Klein (Co-Chair and Executive Director, Gender Policy Council, USA) remote connection Gisèle Ndaya Luseba (Ministry for Gender, Family and Childhood, DRC) Jessica Widjaja (Representative of W20, Indonesia) Rapporteur OECD Rapporteur ILO Closing remarks Elena Bonetti (Minister for Equal Opportunities and Family, Italy)
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Microsoft Word - G20 Conference - Draft agenda_23 august.docx 1 G20 Conference on Women’s Empowerment Santa Margherita Ligure, August 26, 2021 Draft Agenda (August 23, 2021 update) 2 Thursday, August 26 morning 8.45 – 9.00 Welcome (Hotel Miramare) 9.00 – 11.00 Opening plenary session Moderator Francesca Paci (Journalist, Deputy Editor in Chief “La Stampa”, Italy) Welcome Address Elena Bonetti (Minister for Equal Opportunities and Family, Italy) Maria Edera Spadoni (Vice President, Chamber of Deputies, Italy) Helena Dalli (European Commissioner for Equality, EU) Åsa Regnér (Deputy Executive Director, UNWomen) Martha Newton (Deputy Director-General for Policy, ILO) Ulrik Vestergaard Knudsen (Deputy Secretary-General, OECD) Emma Bonino (Senator, Italy) remote connection Round Table 1 (9.40 – 10.20) Élisabeth Moreno (Minister Delegate for Gender Equality, Diversity and Equal Opportunities, France) I Gusti Ayu Bintang Darmawati (Minister of Women Empowerment and Child Protection, Indonesia) remote connection Marukawa Tamayo (Minister for the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games; Minister in charge of Women's Empowerment; Minister of State for Gender Equality, Japan) remote connection Linda Laura Sabbadini (Chairwoman, W20) Bogolo Joy Kenewendo (Special Envoy to G7 & G20, Women Political Leaders) 60-second answers Q&A 3 Thursday, August 26 morning (continued) Round Table 2 (10.20 - 11.00) Smriti Zubin Irani (Minister of Women and Child Development, India) video message Jeannette Bayisenge (Minister of Gender and Family Promotion, Rwanda) remote connection Kemi Badenoch (Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Equalities, UK) Chung Young-ai (Minister of Gender Equality and Family, South Korea) video message Paola Mascaro (Chairwoman, G20 EMPOWER) 60-second answers Q&A 11.00 – 11.30 Coffee Break 4 Thursday, August 26 morning (continued) 11.30 – 12.45 Thematic Plenary Session 1 STEM, Financial and Digital Literacy, Environment and Sustainability Moderator: Elsa Pilichowski (Director Public Governance, OECD) Assuntela Messina (Undersecretary of State for Innovation and Digital Transition, Italy) remote connection Alessandra Perrazzelli (Deputy Director, Banca d’Italia, Italy) remote connection Round Table 1 (11.40 – 12.05) Marise Payne (Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Women, Australia) remote connection Hala Bint Mazid Al-Tuwaijri (Secretary-general of the Saudi Family Affairs Council, Saudi Arabia) Maria Grazia Panunzi (Coordinator, C20 Gender Working Group) Anne Ravanona (Representative of W20, EU) Trina Liang-Lin (Representative of G20 Empower, Singapore) Round Table 2 (12.05 – 12.35) Ingrid Van Engelshoven (Minister of Education, Culture and Science, The Netherlands) Shen Yueyue (President, All-China Women’s Federation, China) video message Dato Haji Aminuddin Ihsan (Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports, Brunei Darussalam and Minister for ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community, Brunei Darussalam) remote connection Chiara Corazza (Special Representative to the G7 and G20, Women’s Forum) Ersilia Vaudo (Chief Diversity Officer, European Space Agency) Rinawati Prihatiningsih (Representative of G20 Empower, Indonesia) 12.45 – 14.15 Lunch Break 13.15 – 14.00 Ministerial meeting on women’s condition in Afghanistan (for HoD only) 5 Thursday, August 26 afternoon 14.15 – 15.30 Thematic Plenary Session 2 Labour and Economic Empowerment and Work-Life Balance Moderator Manuela Tomei (Director, Conditions of Work and Equality Department, ILO) Round Table 1 (14.25 – 14.55) Juliane Seifert (State Secretary, Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth, Germany) Elizabeth Gómez Alcorta (Minister of Women, Genders and Diversity, Argentina) – remote connection Derya Yanik (Minister of Family and Social Services, Turkey) Sharan Burrow (Chairwoman, L20) remote connection Emma Marcegaglia (Chairwoman, B20) Paola Profeta (Professor of Public Finance, Bocconi University, Director, Axa Research Lab on Gender Equality) Round Table 2 (14.55 – 15.30) Elena Mukhtiarova (Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Protection, Russian Federation) Masagos Zulkifli (Minister for Social and Family Development, Singapore) Nadine Gasman Zylbermann (President, INMUJERES – National Women’s Institute, Mexico) remote connection Irene Montero Gil (Minister for Equality, Spain) remote connection Valerio De Molli (CEO, The European House-Ambrosetti; Spokesperson,G20 Business Advisory Board on Women’s Empowerment) Mary MacLeod (Representative of G20 Empower, UK) Lella Golfo (President, Marisa Bellisario Foundation, Italy) video message 15.30 – 16.00 Coffee Break 6 Thursday, August 26 afternoon (continued) 16.00 – 17.00 Closing Plenary Session Moderator Simona Sala (Journalist, Director of Rai Radio 1 and Radio Journal) Gabriela Ramos (Assistant Director General for Social and Human Sciences, UNESCO) Norbert Schady (Chief Economist, World Bank) remote connection Closing panel ME Nkoana-Mashabane (Minister in the Presidency for Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities, South Africa) remote connection Damares Alves (Minister of Women, Family and Human Rights, Brazil) remote connection Jennifer Klein (Co-Chair and Executive Director, Gender Policy Council, USA) remote connection Gisèle Ndaya Luseba (Ministry for Gender, Family and Childhood, DRC) Jessica Widjaja (Representative of W20, Indonesia) Rapporteur OECD Rapporteur ILO Closing remarks Elena Bonetti (Minister for Equal Opportunities and Family, Italy)
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Score: 696941.16 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...enericdocument/wcms_817961.pdf
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Concept Connect2socotra emerges from the idea that Socotra, an archipelago which has been geologically disconnected from Arabia for millions of years, is not isolated from the world at all. It is connected to all of us through our instinctive care for nature and culture – through its beauty and fragility, we connect to Socotra, and Socotra connects to the world. (...) The protection of Socotri culture helps the protection of nature, as both are strongly connected on Socotra. And this connects to each of us – we all have a cultural asset and identy that makes us unique, and a mother language we are proud of.
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Score: 694892.97 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...ct2socotra_notes_for_press.pdf
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The ICCPR and ICESCR because of their extensive reach have clear connections to many of the systemic and structural issues that the SDGs aim to address. (...) Much of the root causes of structural gender inequality that exists today are connected to the failure of governments in advancing civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights and the SDGs agenda. (...) International Network for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ESCR-Net) connects over 280 NGOs, grassroots groups, social movements and advocates across more than 75 countries to build a global movement to make human rights and social justice a reality for all.
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Score: 693486.23 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...-%20THE%20TWIN%20COVENANTS.pdf
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