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Videoconferencing tool Easy communication during workshops Virtual collaboration in small groups (breakout rooms)) Collaboration tool Endless, digital whiteboard for geographically distributed teams Collaborative brainstorming as usual with post-its Screen sharing Virtual sharing of workshop presentation slides Discussing results of group work in Mural ACCESS Link: xxx ID: xxx Password: xxx STEPS #1 Open link on private device in browser #2 Download Zoom application #3 Open Zoom #4 Grant access to microphone and camera# #5 Test microphone and camera ACCCESS Link: xx STEPS #1 Open link on private device in browser,ideally with Google Chrome #2 Load Mural board #3 Go through steps 1-3 on next page ZUGANG via ZOOM STEPS Ideally use 2 screens: #1 for Zoom Video Conference #2 for Miro Board To be adapted /checked – need for MURAL ACCOUT AND ZOOM LINK 3 Understand the the tools in 3 easy steps STEP #1 To get to know the interface and functions of Mural, we recommend watching the following short video: Mural Introduction( 3 minutes). More features are explained in this video series: Get ready for your first Workshop in Mural (about 3 minutes) STEP #3 We have prepared a small task that we will talk about at the beginning of the Workshops. Please take 10 minutes to do it. #1 Load the Mural board #2 Scroll down to the "Getting to know Mural" item and read through the information on the Aliens slide. #3 Perform the task Important: The exercise will be continued together on Workshop day. Have fun! STEP #2 For the workshops, we set up our own Mural board, which we use to facilitate interactive workshops using practical examples.
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Score: 1154528.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...DI_RegionalWS_Tools%26Tech.pdf
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Due to these onward transport conditions, packages are commonly opened up and transported further with the packages split up in parts. This requires easy identification of parts, to reduce the risk of loss or misplacement. (...) It is kept in a waterproof sturdy wrapping allowing for frequent handling and marked for its content Set-up complexity  All elements that make up the tent are coded in accordance with the graphic content list and step-by- step instructions  The number of small, loose elements that make up the tent is limited  All elements that make up the tent are coded in accordance with the graphic content list and step-by- step instructions  There are no small, loose elements Storing of carry-on bags, tools and repair kit The carry-on bags, the tools and repair kits are easily packed into those bags that are most suited to store them in, and are marked for such purpose Labelling of tent  The tent is labelled on the front and back gables, with the UNICEF logo, minimum height of 30cm, Pantone 17-4540-TC logo on Pantone 11-0601 TCX, center approximately 1.5m above floor, using loose labels that are attached with Velcro  One side of the reversible shade net has 2 UNICEF logos, one on each roof slope, minimum height 1.2m, Pantone 17-4540-TC logo on Pantone 11-0601 TCX  On each roof sloop on the standard liner there is 1 UNICEF logo, minimum height 1.2m, Pantone 17-4540-TC logo on Pantone 11-0601 TCX  Below the UNICEF labelling, on both gables, an empty label is foreseen, minimum height 50cm, Pantone 11-0601 TCX, a loose label attached with Velcro, to allow for spray-on of other logos or information 13  The manufacturer's batch traceability label is fixed to the liner, on the inside, close to one of the doors Use and operating All elements of the tent are low-tech and easy to use, with reference to the types of use and users described under the Use Case: self-explanatory, withstanding frequent use, not compromising the structural or internal climate performance of the tent, taking into account the specific needs of people with mobility impairments and low vision Cleaning maintenance and repair  The frame tent with the standard liner should be able to tolerate chemical and procedure disinfection listed under CDC guidance and must not endanger children or adults using the tent afterwards, or affect the performance or durability of the tent. 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The link to the supplier's instructions is printed waterproof on the holder, letter height minimum 2cm  Instructions are made up primarily out of drawings describing pertinent points step-by-step, and are A4 size  Main operating instructions, in drawings, are printed on the inside of the tent, on one of the gable ends  Text in instructions is in English, French and Arabic  A content list of the tent elements is included Safe siting and site preparation instructions Safe siting and site preparation instructions include:  Minimum surface required to set up the tent, including its anchoring and tensioning  to be sited on stable, gently sloping site, distant from unstable slopes  to be sited distant from fire sources  organize drainage of the site, around the tent  types of soils the included anchoring is suitable for  alternative anchoring options  how to set up the tent on a concrete flooring  orient doors away from prevailing wind  Link to safe siting and site preparation instructions on supplier’s website Set-up instructions Set-up instructions include:  graphic content list, indication of number of pieces for each element  Step-by-step graphic set-up instruction  Link to instructional set-up video on supplier’s website in English, French and Arabic Cleaning, maintenance, operating and repair instructions Maintenance, operating and repair instructions include:  Opening and closing of windows and doors  Cleaning of the dust net 14  Re-tensioning of guy ropes  Use of the repair kit  Link to cleaning, maintenance, operating and repair instructions on supplier’s website Internal organization instructions Internal organization instructions include:  schemes of how the internal space can be organized as a nursery, classroom, counseling room, office space, a living quarter and a warehouse  placement of a stove: close to the gable end with the chimney patch, sufficiently distant from the tent liner in all directions, on a protective heat resistant and inflammable floor  Link to internal organization instructions on supplier’s website Re-packing instructions Re-packing instructions include:  graphic content list, indication of number of pieces for each element  Step-by-step graphic re-packing instructions  Link to re-packing instructions on supplier’s website Safe disposal instructions Safe disposal instructions include:  Low-tech and low-cost options for safe disposal options  Safety precautions and equipment required for safe disposal  Link to safe disposal instructions on supplier’s website Commercialization requirements Documentation of compliance The tent comes with the expectation of documentation of compliance to all of the above requirements.
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Score: 1125755.3 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...%20multipurpose%20tents%20.pdf
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. – They need to be Mechanisms that are clearly enough defined to make it easy to determine if a product or service is compliant and to make it easy to determine the steps to implement. – They need to be built on existing standards to provide cities with a clear path forward. • Where there are existing authoritative standards, the MIMs need to reflect the core requirements of those standards that a city could put in place as a first step to see immediate benefits in developing the local data ecosystem. • Where there are several standards initiatives that cover the same ground, the aim will be to identify the lowest common denominator (or the Pivotal Point of Interoperability) that will make it easy to link products and services that comply with those different sets of standards. 8.1 MIM 1: Context information management 8.1.1 Goals Context information management ensures comprehensive and integrated access, use, sharing, and management of data across different solutions and purposes.
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Score: 1118673.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page53.html
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WeBank - 开放银行产品 DLT Interoperability : on-chain & off-chain Aaron Chu , WeBank - How to cooperate between heterogeneous participators? - Is it easy to access blockchain? - Is there any access control? - What if the private key leaks or lost? - Is it easy to develop dapps? - How can blockchain communicates with each other? (...) Proposal model Governance process Meta governance Governance strategy Committee election Alliance members Alliance committee Business committee Voting Voting Rule initialization Proposal initiation Vote on the proposal Proposal decision Proposal execution Governance: WeBankBlockchain-Governance(2) Key management containing mainstream solutions and business models Private key governance Certificates governance Certificate distributions for a variety of algorithms Self controlled, recoverable account for blockchain usersAccount governance Authentication governance Role based access control solutions for smart contracts Middleware Platform: WeBASE 5 step process Common features Standardized Easily integrated STEP 1 Deploy node STEP 4 App layer calls API to trigger transaction STEP 2 Deploy WeBASE Connect to node STEP 3 Develop Smart Contract Deploy online STEP 5 Admin login, performance analysis 70% Performance increase 80% Time saved Construct transaction rails Transaction entered on chain easily Visualization management Maintenance made easy Strong data mgmt. capability Smart analysis of data Middleware Platform: WeBankBlockchain-SmartDev Application ScaffoldContract Compilation Plugin Smart Contract Library Smart contract development Smart contract compilation Blockchain application development Rich, reusable and more secure functions, low threshold and less workload Immersive coding mode: no tedious operation but only a single command Configuration-based development, automatic code generation, resulting in lower cost and more business focused Manual work, high vulnerability, high threshold and heavy workload Fragmented environment, tedious operation and Inefficient recompilation Heavy workload and high development threshold, code coupling and complex configuration Development can be completed within 1 week Completed within 1s Only 1-2 months needed Developed within months Developed time about 5mins Developed time at least 6 months Component development mode Traditional development mode VS Interchain Collaborations: WeCross ⚫ WeCross offers a common, efficient, and safe cross-chain cooperation mechanism suitable for promoting inter- industry/company/jurisdiction trust transfer and business collaboration ⚫ Supports most mainstream open-source blockchain types, such as FISCO BCOS & Hyperledger Fabric ⚫ Use Cases: Arbitration on blockchain, digital asset conversion, cross-border personal data transfer authorization, etc.
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Score: 1116778.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/w...013/Documents/Aaaron%20Chu.pdf
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..................................... 31 A.5.2 During the meeting ........................................................................................................................................... 31 A.5.2.1 Was it easy to use the Chat feature? ........................................................................................................... 31 A.5.2.2 Was it easy to use the Hand Raise feature? ................................................................................................ 31 A.5.2.3 Was it easy to use the Mute/Unmute feature? ............................................................................................. 32 A.5.3 After meeting .................................................................................................................................................... 32 A.5.3.1 Was it easy to access the meeting recorded information? ........................................................................... 32 A.5.3.2 Was it easy to produce the meeting reports? ............................................................................................... 32 A.5.3.3 Was it easy to access the meeting archives?
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Score: 1098078.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/g...ectronic%20Working%20Tools.pdf
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“The fight against corruption will not be an easy one, but it is a much needed one as corruption is vast and pervasive at all levels in Iraq. (...) “This decision is an important step in reinforcing Iraq’s unity,” she explained adding that “a speedy implementation of this agreement should now be a priority for both sides”. (...) “However, in preparation for these elections a number of steps will need to be taken urgently by the Government of Iraq and the relevant institutions.”
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Score: 1076326.3 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2019/02/1032631
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About the challenge In the framework of the World Soil Day 2019, the FAO Global Soil Partnership would like to challenge children, teens, young people, and adults worldwide to cover the soil and take a step to # StopSoilErosion . Planting local species is a fun and easy way to help the soil, fight erosion and raise awareness for WSD.  How to take part All you have to do is resumed in 5 easy steps : Print out the ‘ pledge card ’  (on the back cover of the ' Greening the future photo challenge's flyer ) Pop the seed or seedling in the soil Take a photo or selfie holding the ‘ pledge card ’ (e.g here ) Share your photo on social media  (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) using the hashtags: # StopSoilErosion  and # WorldSoilDay    Send your photo (in high-quality) to  [email protected]   with a short description (200 words max) illustrating how your action is fighting erosion by 5 December 2019. 
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Score: 1072842.6 - https://www.fao.org/world-soil...out-wsd/wsd-2019/challenge/en/
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To eliminate all traces of the virus on your hands, a quick scrub and a rinse won’t cut it. Below is a step-by-step process for effective handwashing. Step 1: Wet hands with running water Step 2: Apply enough soap to cover wet hands Step 3: Scrub all surfaces of the hands – including back of hands, between fingers and under nails – from 40 to 60 seconds. Step 4: Rinse thoroughly with running water Step 5: Dry hands with a clean cloth or single-use towel 2. (...) Germs spread more easily from wet skin than from dry skin, so drying your hands completely is an important step. Paper towels or clean clothes are the most effective way to remove germs without spreading them to other surfaces. 7. 
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Score: 1071423.8 - https://www.unicef.org/kazakhs...t-against-coronavirus-covid-19
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Dit is een titel 1 Rural Valuation René Gijsbertse Budapest, 6 June 2011 Introduction • Province of North Holland, the Netherlands 2,6 million inhabitants 2.671 km ² land surface 13.123 km of roads € 20,000 - € 45,000 / ha² cattle farming € 35,000 - € 45,000 / ha² arable land € 75,000 - € 100,000 ha² (flower) bulbs 2 Contents • Purpose of valuation • Assumptions • Step I: desk research • Step II: inspection site visit • Step III: final report • Two complicated situations • Policy Purpose of valuation • Buying and selling land • Comparison for land reallocation and consolidation • Compensation for expropriation • Basis for paying taxes • Valuation for agricultural purposes (majority) 3 Assumptions • Ownership and rights are registered • Plot size and land use are also registered • Valuation base = market value Desk research • Impression of type of object (greenhouse, farm, fields, buildings for office) • Location (near urban area, facilitaties in surroundings) • Situation (physical context) • Soil types (map) • Restrictions and third party rights, ownership, tenancy, • Size, shape • Zoning (planning restrictions/opportunities) • Drainage and irrigation • Wayleaves (gas, electricity) • Future developments • Google Earth • Topographic map • Soil maps • Zoning map • Cadaster • Ownership • Reference objects Purpose is to get a first impression and elements requiring special attention on the field visit 4 Example Adress: ….. Plot size: 4.000 m2 Local Situation (surrounding) Site visit and inspection • Soil samples • Land use, crops • Water supply • Flooding and erosion • Soil pollution • Access • Boundaries • Trespassing • State of maintenance • Easy or heavy to cultivate the parcel • Verify first impressions desk research • Take pictures • Assemble new data: 5 Two different parcels Good access Straight pattern Healthy flowers Easy to cultivate No straight corners High water level, risk of flooding Slope > more difficult to cultivate Trees on the parcel Final report • Determine market value of reference objects nearby • Comparison with average of reference objects • General information (tenure, possession, leases) • Restrictions / wayleaves / third party rights • Planning, restrictions and opportunities • Physical Aspects: Minerals, Water, Height, Size, Access, Monuments • Context: Landscape, amenities, distance to urban area Determine the value (for example € 5500,= / hectare) 6 Complication (I) What to do when there is no land market?
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Score: 1069276.8 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ts/LANDNET/2011/Gijsbertse.pdf
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Instead of an Introduction into the Introduction Slide 3 Reuse of ebXML Core Components Easy to read – Easy to understand Bangkok December 2007 UNECE/UNESCAP UNeDocs Workshop on Trade Facilitation Introduction to UNeDocs Slide 4Bangkok December 2007 UNECE/UNESCAP UNeDocs Workshop on Trade Facilitation Introduction to UNeDocs Use of ebXML Core Components Easy to read – Easy to understand Slide 5Bangkok December 2007 UNECE/UNESCAP UNeDocs Workshop on Trade Facilitation Introduction to UNeDocs References to UNTDED and International Conventions Easy to read – Easy to understand Slide 6Bangkok December 2007 An Autogenerated XML Schema Easy to read – ??? (...) Agencies Single Window Reference Data Model International Trade Cross Border Payment B2G G2G B2B Slide 12Bangkok December 2007 UNECE/UNESCAP UNeDocs Workshop on Trade Facilitation Introduction to UNeDocs To provide a smooth migration path towards ‘Digital Paper’ by • Aligning data elements across Cross-Border Trade, Transport, International Payments, Customs & other Regulatory ‘Documents’ • Delivering the electronic successor of the paper-based UN Layout Key (UNECE Recommendation No 1) • Increasing achievable semantic interoperability through reuse of the UNCEFACT Core Component Library mapped to the UNTDED • Enabling syntactic interoperability across Core Components, EDIFACT, XML, document layouts and box completion guidelines • Providing maintainability through future versions • Development of Customisation Methodology to allow user configurability by contextual refinement Objectives Slide 13Bangkok December 2007 UNECE/UNESCAP UNeDocs Workshop on Trade Facilitation Introduction to UNeDocs Project Deliverables · · · · • A Business Process Model illustrating where the UNeDocs documents fit into the operation of the International Supply Chain based on the UNCEFACT International Supply Chain Reference Model. • A ISO 15000 Part 5 compliant Common Data Model based on candidate or published UNCEFACT Core Components that are linked to the UNTDED/ISO 7372. • Methodology for the presentation of data contained in electronic data exchanges onto electronic or paper forms and the update of UNLK to become eUNLK. • For each document the project will develop: o A class diagram and document structure o The paper and electronic, re-usable layout description of the document based on the UN Layout Key o Box Completion Guideline o XML profiles o UN/EDIFACT message implementation guide Slide 14Bangkok December 2007 UNECE/UNESCAP UNeDocs Workshop on Trade Facilitation Introduction to UNeDocs Summary A combination of cross-border business requirements collected from the TBG domain Working Groups and the necessary international regulatory requirements collated in conjunction with the WCO, paper-based Convention stakeholders and the Trade Facilitation work of UNCEFACT A harmonised, multimodal cross-domain data model based on the reuse of the UNCEFACT Core Component Library plus pre-harmonised contributions to the further development of the Library The application of a holistic approach which incorporates the deployment of all relevant UNCEFACT instruments and standards The development of coordinated implementation specifications for paper, eforms, UN/EDIFACT and XML document formats and structures Slide 15Bangkok December 2007 UNECE/UNESCAP UNeDocs Workshop on Trade Facilitation Introduction to UNeDocs UNeDocs ODP step 6 Application Projects • Confirmed - 4 • SITPRO – UNeDocsUK • TNL, Dagang Net, SITPRO – Customs Data Exchange between Malaysia and UK • APEC – WCO DM/UNeDocs Single Window Verification Project (2008) • TBG3 - EU Short Sea Project • To be Confirmed – 8 so far • Korean Customs – Customs Cargo Report • TBG18 eCert Project Team – Sanitary Certificates • UNECE – Conformity Certificate • Sri Lanka – Certificate of Origin • SAARC – eSAD • EU eTEN Project – Exchange of Customs Invoice, Certificate of Origin, Phytosanitary Certificate, Packing List between up to 4 Member States • Vietnam – Electronic Certificate of Origin System (eCoSys) • IATA e-freight project – Certificate of Origin, Phytosanitary Certificate, Packing Lists and Customs Invoice Slide 16Bangkok December 2007 UNECE/UNESCAP UNeDocs Workshop on Trade Facilitation Introduction to UNeDocs Slide 17Bangkok December 2007 UNECE/UNESCAP UNeDocs Workshop on Trade Facilitation Introduction to UNeDocs Contacts Michael Dill CEO GEFEG mbH, Berlin ISO TC154 HoD Germany UN/CEFACT/TBG2 Chair UNeDocs Project co-leader WCO DMPT dill@gefeg.com UNeDocs co-project leader: Sue Probert sue.probert@dial.pipex.com mailto:dill@gefeg.com mailto:sue.probert@dial.pipex.com Combined Approach for Interoperability UNeDocs Project Objectives UNeDocs – The Core Element New challenges – Global Trade Single Windows Objectives Project Deliverables Summary UNeDocs ODP step 6 Application Projects
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Score: 1066258.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...Bangkok_dec07/Session2dill.pdf
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