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Martin Los asistentes digitales están cada vez más presentes en la vida diaria de los usuarios. Adopción de tecnología digital António Guterres explicó que las medidas fiscales de los países de acogida fueron otra de las razones por las que los trabajadores migrantes pudieron seguir mandando dinero a sus familias. Entre los catalizadores de las remesas en 2020 también destacó la adopción de la tecnología digital por parte de los trabajadores migrantes y sus familias,  que facilitó las transferencias de dinero  durante los confinamientos, que dificultaron el uso de los canales informales.
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Score: 284549.98 - https://news.un.org/es/story/2021/06/1493362
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Tweet URL SA Ritscher @ #UNSC: During the reporting period, we preserved & converted a total of over 4.5 million hard copy pages of documentary evidence from courts across #Iraq to digital formats through close coop. w/ the Iraqi judiciary, the @IraqiGovt & @Kurdistan Regional Government. pic.twitter.com/uZlnQnqpda UNITAD UNITAD_Iraq Making progress Despite COVID challenges, over the past six months the UNITAD chief reported “great progress.” (...) He told the ambassadors that by converting courtroom evidence to digital formats, UNITAD has reduced database search times “from days to minutes,” enabling more efficient and fairer legal proceedings that are “critical to preserving the historical record of ISIL’s international crimes in Iraq”. (...) Chemical weapons UNITAD has also collected and preserved testimony, digital and documentary evidence, relating to the terrorists’ manufacture and use of chemical and biological weapons.
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Score: 346637.84 - https://news.un.org/story/2022/06/1120002
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El sector informal crece en la economía digital El ejemplo anterior también es aplicable al creciente número de personas que trabajan en la economía digital , que muy a menudo desempeñan formas atípicas de empleo o participan de la economía informal.
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Score: 207195.9 - https://news.un.org/es/story/2019/03/1453401
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. © UNICEF/Siegfried Modola News in Brief 13 July 2022 13 July 2022 News in Brief Facebook Twitter Print Email UN food agency chief warns against trade barriers ahead of talks on Ukraine Black Sea cereals crisis Sri Lanka: appeal for calm from UN rights office Russia: Top rights experts condemn civil society shutdown Multi-country hepatitis outbreak in children widens: WHO Audio 4'59" UN Women/Joe Saad News in Brief 15 June 2021 15 June 2021 News in Brief Facebook Twitter Print Email COVID hitting domestic workers hardest: ILO 'Digital dumpsites' study highlights growing e-waste threat UN calls for immediate access to 33,000 children in Tigray Audio 3'31" UNICEF Substantial drop in child mortality around the globe, UN figures reveal 15 September 2011 Facebook Twitter Print Email The number of young children who die each day has plunged over the past two decades, new United Nations figures show, but the world is still lagging far behind in efforts to achieve its target for reducing child mortality.
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Score: 267890.82 - https://news.un.org/en/tags/child-health
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And there is what the UN Secretary-General António Guterres, has called in his Common Agenda blueprint for the future, “a connectivity Grand Canyon”.  ‘Digitally excluded’  The report found that younger people, men and urban dwellers are more likely to use the Internet than older adults, women and those in rural areas , with the gender gap more pronounced in developing nations.  Poverty, illiteracy, limited electricity access and a lack of digital skills continued to hinder “digitally excluded” communities, ITU noted (...) Internet access technology COVID-19 LISTEN TO UN RADIO Related Stories Internet upgrade breathes new life into rural areas, new UN report finds Internet milestone reached, as more than 50 per cent go online: UN telecoms agency ‘Unity’ of purpose and action needed: Guterres tells AU-UN Conference News Tracker: Past Stories on This Issue New approach needed to make digital data flow beneficial for all  29 September 2021 Economic Development The world needs a new approach to allow as many people as possible to access digital data across borders, the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) said on Wednesday. 
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Score: 399910.77 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2021/12/1106862
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Although private digital currencies have rewarded some individuals and institutions, they are an unstable financial asset that can bring social risks and costs, the agency warned.  (...) Not so golden  The first brief – All that glitters is not gold: The high cost of leaving cryptocurrencies unregulated – examines the reasons behind the rapid uptake of cryptocurrencies in developing countries, including facilitation of remittances and as a hedge against currency and inflation risks .  “Recent digital currency shocks in the market suggest that there are private risks to holding crypto, but if the central bank steps in to protect financial stability, then the problem becomes a public one ,” UNCTAD said.  (...) For example, monetary authorities could provide a central bank digital currency or a fast retail payment system, though measures will depend on national capacities and needs. 
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Score: 1344956.2 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2022/08/1124362
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  © Veejay Villafranca/NOOR for FAO Monday’s Daily Brief: the future of food and digital tech, labour justice in focus, denuclearization, and Kosovo 10 June 2019 Economic Development Facebook Twitter Print Email This Monday, top stories includes: a new report on risks and opportunities of digital technology; social justice for all at the centenary UN labour conference; updates on Iran’s and North Korea’s nuclear programmes; tackling today’s problems with food; and updates on the relations between Kosovo and Serbia.
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Score: 329248.49 - https://news.un.org/en/tags/new-technologies
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Vinícius Pinheiro (VP): Entre os desafios, é importante assinalar os relacionados com a evolução da economia digital. E principalmente a incorporação da tecnologia no mundo do trabalho, inclusive robótica e automação. (...) Então, é importante atuar em relação à economia digital. Em segundo lugar, o relatório analisa as mudanças que foram acontecendo no mundo do trabalho relacionadas com as mudanças climáticas, principalmente a transição para uma economia verde, que, potencialmente, poderia gerar cerca de 18 milhões de empregos, se ela for bem-feita.  (...) Então, tem alguns especialistas que dizem que essa transição para a economia digital pode desfavorecer a igualdade de gênero. Foto OIT OIT foi criada para abordar o descontentamento crescente com as más condições de trabalho na Europa.
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Score: 304651.42 - https://news.un.org/pt/interview/2019/01/1656532
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