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In the third item, representatives of participating organizations reported on their recent activities in the field of international migration. The wide range of activities presented by different organizations point to the fact that international migration has become an issue of central concern for the international community. (...) The group also observed that efforts to create or expand the networks and dialogues among stakeholders in the field of international migration had grown. For example, the Geneva Migration Group was established in 2003 to bring together the heads of five international organizations active in the field of international migration. (...) The group also observed that efforts to create or expand the networks and dialogues among stakeholders in the field of international migration had grown. For example, the Geneva Migration Group was established in 2003 to bring together the heads of five international organizations active in the field of international migration.
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Score: 796013.3 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...vents/coordination/2/index.asp
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China - As one of the first countries to engage in SSC with FAO, China has been fielding more than 1 000 experts and technicians in 37 countries for nearly two decades. (...) Morocco - in the past, 85 experts were fielded in three countries: Burkina Faso, Niger and Djibouti. (...) In total, 392 Vietnamese experts and technicians have been fielded in Benin, Chad, Republic of Congo, Laos, Madagascar, Mali, Namibia and Senegal, focusing on aquaculture and rice production.
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Score: 794099.4 - https://www.fao.org/partnershi...h-cooperation/our-partners/en/
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Score: 790194.7 - https://en.unesco.org/emerging...entific-exchange-collaboration
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The meeting also discussed matters relating to the WAFS in the AFI Region, the AFI Meteorological Bulletins Exchange (AMBEX) Scheme, provision of tropical cyclone and volcanic ash advisories for the AFI Region and the list of shortcomings and deficiencies in the MET field. (...) List of shortcomings and deficiencies in the MET field 6.1 The Sub-group reviewed and updated the list of shortcomings and deficiencies in the MET field based on the identification, assessing, tracking and reporting of shortcomings and/or deficiencies of air navigation systems in the AFI Region. (...) To keep under review, the adequacy of meteorological facilities and services to meet new technological developments in the air navigation field and make proposals as appropriate for implementation by States to APIRG. 2.
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Score: 788758.6 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Documents/APIRG/APIRG13/WP07.pdf
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Cooperation Article 3 For the purposes of this Protocol, cooperation shall include the exchange of sensitive security information, analysis and appreciations thereto, performance of coordinated operational activities, simultaneous and/or complementary and design of mechanisms to strengthen the civil aviation security field. (...) Article 8 Nothing in article 7 shall be deemed to be opposed to direct cooperation between the competent authorities in the civil aviation security field, within their respective jurisdictions and faculties, if operative emergencies may arise. (...) Exchange of Information Article 14 The requests for cooperation and information exchange set forth in this Protocol, unless the provision in Article 16 should be handled directly between the competent national authorities in the aviation security field, through the Exchange System for Civil Aviation Security Information.
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Score: 788530.57 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...SECFALRG2/AVSECFALRG02WP08.pdf
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For each topic, presentations by experts and relevant organizations were followed by exchanges of ideas and relevant information among participants. (...) In the third item, representatives of participating organizations reported on their recent activities in the field of international migration. The wide range of activities presented by different organizations point to the fact that international migration has become an issue of central concern for the international community. (...) The group also observed that efforts to create or expand the networks and dialogues among stakeholders in the field of international migration had grown. For example, the Geneva Migration Group was established in 2003 to bring together the heads of five international organizations active in the field of international migration.
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Score: 787944.43 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...dination/2/docs/ExeSummary.pdf
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At the rate of exchange prevailing on 19 March 1997 (1.44 Swiss francs to the dollar), the recosted budget would be approximately equivalent to $487 million or a reduction of 15.9 per cent compared with the corresponding level for the biennium 1996-97. (...) The main components in this object of expenditure are external collaboration, which includes consultancy services in specialist fields and external printing. In the regions it is envisaged to make a reduction in non-staff costs in proportion to the total budget for each region. (...) Appendix II Summary of programme reductions (Scenario III) Major programme Total reduction 10 International Labour Conference 145,000 20 Governing Body - 30 Major Regional Meetings 10,456 40 General Management - 50 International Labour Standards and Human Rights 46,180 60 Employment and Training 180,842 65 Enterprise and Cooperative Development 67,718 75 Turin Centre - 80 Industrial Relations and Labour Administration 51,185 85 Multinational Enterprises 2,374 90 Working Conditions and Environment 78,207 100 Sectoral Activities 46,973 110 Social Security 43,815 120 Statistics 44,899 125 Development Policies 30,610 130 International Institute for Labour Studies - 140 Equality for Women 3,374 145 Interdepartmental Activities 150,000 160 Personnel 36,397 170 Financial Services 20,071 175 Internal Administration 5,170 180 Publications 80,103 185 Information Technology and Communications 24,266 190 Library and Documentation 43,944 200 Programming and Management 4,662 210 Legal Services 9,988 220 Relations, Meetings and Document Services 250,634 225 Employers' Activities 13,501 230 Workers' Activities 38,094 235 Public Information 61,768 240 International Relations 6,157 245 Active Partnership and Technical Cooperation 1,880 250 Field Programmes in Africa 89,500 260 Field Programmes in the Americas 79,000 265 Field Programmes in Arab States 18,000 270 Field Programmes in Asia & the Pacific 84,500 280 Field Programmes in Europe & Central Asia 29,000 290 Other Budgetary Provisions 387,935 2,186,202 Updated by VC.
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Score: 787316.5 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...relm/gb/docs/gb268/pfa-6-4.htm
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At the rate of exchange prevailing on 19 March 1997 (1.44 Swiss francs to the dollar), the recosted budget would be approximately equivalent to $487 million or a reduction of 15.9 per cent compared with the corresponding level for the biennium 1996-97. (...) The main components in this object of expenditure are external collaboration, which includes consultancy services in specialist fields and external printing. In the regions it is envisaged to make a reduction in non-staff costs in proportion to the total budget for each region. (...) Appendix II Summary of programme reductions (Scenario III) Major programme Total reduction 10 International Labour Conference 145,000 20 Governing Body - 30 Major Regional Meetings 10,456 40 General Management - 50 International Labour Standards and Human Rights 46,180 60 Employment and Training 180,842 65 Enterprise and Cooperative Development 67,718 75 Turin Centre - 80 Industrial Relations and Labour Administration 51,185 85 Multinational Enterprises 2,374 90 Working Conditions and Environment 78,207 100 Sectoral Activities 46,973 110 Social Security 43,815 120 Statistics 44,899 125 Development Policies 30,610 130 International Institute for Labour Studies - 140 Equality for Women 3,374 145 Interdepartmental Activities 150,000 160 Personnel 36,397 170 Financial Services 20,071 175 Internal Administration 5,170 180 Publications 80,103 185 Information Technology and Communications 24,266 190 Library and Documentation 43,944 200 Programming and Management 4,662 210 Legal Services 9,988 220 Relations, Meetings and Document Services 250,634 225 Employers' Activities 13,501 230 Workers' Activities 38,094 235 Public Information 61,768 240 International Relations 6,157 245 Active Partnership and Technical Cooperation 1,880 250 Field Programmes in Africa 89,500 260 Field Programmes in the Americas 79,000 265 Field Programmes in Arab States 18,000 270 Field Programmes in Asia & the Pacific 84,500 280 Field Programmes in Europe & Central Asia 29,000 290 Other Budgetary Provisions 387,935 2,186,202 Updated by VC.
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Score: 787316.5 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...relm/gb/docs/gb268/pfa-6-4.htm
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4F O 5F _ 6F o A7 § Note: 3B (;) 7C (|) are not allowed 3.2 Numerical fields Numerical fields are right justified. Zeros may be omitted if they don’t change the value. (...) Annex 2 A, page 10 of 22 Appendix 3 to Annex 2 A DATA TABLE DESCRIPTION column-number column-name 1 Field identification 2 Field name (characteristic) 3 Storage format 4 Definition (possible values) 5 Remarks 6 Record position 7 Length of the data element 8 Validation 9 Related information General remark: An administration with which co-ordination is sought is not allowed to change the content of any field except of field 13Y which must be changed and field 13Z which can be changed e.g. to notify the reason(s) for disagreement (indication of a co-ordination reference etc.). (...) Annex 2 A (V1.0) DATA EXCHANGE DATA TABLE DESCRIPTION Data exchange fields and record format SYMBOLS USED TO INDICATE POLARIZATION
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Score: 785105.86 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/P...documents/HCM4A-E-Annex02A.pdf
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To sign up for the bitstream exchange reflector, use the web address given below. (...) New bitstreams, which include MMCO for field coding, were provided by British Telecom. Those are under verification. (...) Currently, the following features are covered by those streams. 8x8 transform - I/P/B slices - Deblocking filter on/off - CABAC/CAVLC - Intra pred with 9 modes - Combination of 8x8 and 4x4 transforms - PAFF/MBAFF Q-matrix - I/P/B slices - Q-matrix for Intra/Inter/Chroma - CABAC/CAVLC - Combination of 8x8 and 4x4 transforms with WM - presence in both SPS and/or PPS CAVLC - New level suffix (12 bit -> Exp-Golomb) The following features are still missing - nal_unit_type = 13, 19 (Alpha channel) - Monochrome mode - 4:2:2 10 bit, CABAC, 8x8 transform, Q-matrix Details of the bitstreams and the combinations of the features that are exercised by each one are available in the accompanying spreadsheet, an updated version of which is being maintained in the bitstream exchange FTP area. New bitstreams with MMCO for field coding were provided by British Telecom.
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Score: 783164.36 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...e/2004_10_Palma/JVT-M006r1.doc
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