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Your experience with the Single Window EXPERIENCE AND USE OF THE SINGLE WINDOW BY FIRMS 7. (...) * Yes No 5 5. Your experience with the Single Window EXPERIENCE AND USE OF THE SINGLE WINDOW BY FIRMS 11. (...) * Yes No 7 7. Your experience with the Single Window EXPERIENCE AND USE OF THE SINGLE WINDOW BY FIRMS 14.
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Score: 459694 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...e_single_window_by_firms_0.pdf
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At least one year of experience in … Higher university degrees in related fields can be considered as a substitute for one year of working experience. (...) At least three years of progressively responsible experience in … An advanced degree in a related field can be considered as a substitute for one year of working experience. (...) At least five years of progressively responsible experience in …, including at least two at the international level.
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Score: 459016.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/testweb...l%20and%20Higher/AllItems.aspx
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At least one year of experience in … Higher university degrees in related fields can be considered as a substitute for one year of working experience. (...) At least three years of progressively responsible experience in … An advanced degree in a related field can be considered as a substitute for one year of working experience. (...) At least five years of progressively responsible experience in …, including at least two at the international level.
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Score: 459016.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/testweb...l%20and%20higher/allitems.aspx
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PowerPoint-præsentation 1 Experiences with land consolidation and land banking in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989 1 LANDNET Workshop Ankara 5-7 October 2015 Morten Hartvigsen Land Tenure Officer, FAO REU Morten.Hartvigsen@fao.org 2 Experiences with land consolidation and land banking in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989 Most countries in Central and Eastern Europe suffer from structural problems in agriculture - land fragmentation and small farm sizes 2 3 Experiences with land consolidation and land banking in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989 The 25 study countries in Central and Eastern Europe 4 Experiences with land consolidation and land banking in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989 Methodology and work process in study behind working paper: In total 29 semi-structured interviews with 41 country key persons Follow up by more than 550 emails 3 5 Experiences with land consolidation and land banking in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989 Land reform approaches applied in CEE after 1989: 6 Experiences with land consolidation and land banking in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989 Current level of land fragmentation in CEE: 4 7 Experiences with land consolidation and land banking in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989 Current level of ownership and land use fragmentation in Central and Eastern 8 Experiences with land consolidation and land banking in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989 The need to address the structural problems after land reform has been recognized: • So far 20 of the 25 study countries have since the beginning of transition recognized the need to address the structural problems in agriculture (land fragmentation and small holding and farm sizes). • Land management instruments such as land consolidation and land banking have been introduced. • FAO has supported the process by providing policy guidelines, implementing field projects and organized 15 workshops between 2002 and 2014 (LANDNET). 5 9 Experiences with land consolidation and land banking in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989 Status of development of land consolidation programmes in Central and Eastern Europe: • 7 countries with ongoing land consolidation programmes • In 13 countries land consolidation introduced but not yet a programme • 5 countries with little or no land consolidation experience 10 Experiences with land consolidation and land banking in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989 Minimum requirements for having a land consolidation programme: 1. (...) Technical and administrative capacity developed 6 11 Experiences with land consolidation and land banking in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989 Land consolidation approaches in the 7 programme countries: 12 Experiences with land consolidation and land banking in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989 Land consolidation programme countries (1/2): Driving factors behind introduction of land consolidation fall in two sub-categories: - Wish to address structural problems and increase productivity (land use) in Poland, Slovenia, Lithuania and Serbia. - Focus on land ownership and building up of land administration systems in Czech Republic, Slovakia and partly Eastern Germany but also the wish to establish land management tool for local rural development (Plan of Common Facilities). 7 13 Experiences with land consolidation and land banking in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989 Land consolidation programme countries (2/2): • The EU member countries fund land consolidation programmes through the Rural Development Programmes. • EU accession has turned land consolidation instruments more friendly towards nature and environment. • The potential to facilitate structural development (purchase of additional land) is not reached in compulsory land consolidation projects. 14 Experiences with land consolidation and land banking in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989 CEE countries with land consolidation experience but not yet a programme: • Driving factors behind introduction of land consolidation has mainly been wish to address land fragmentation and improve productivity. • More than 50 international technical assistance projects on land consolidation in CEE since early 1990s. • Focus is shifting from support to pilots to preparation for programmes. • The road from the first land consolidation pilot to an operational programme is often not straight forward. 8 15 Experiences with land consolidation and land banking in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989 Donor funded international technical assistance has funded land consolidation pilots and developed national land consolidation strategies: Pilots implemented (15 countries) Strategies developed (9 countries) 16 Experiences with land consolidation and land banking in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989 Five more CEE countries are coming close to having operational land consolidation programmes (status December 2014): 9 17 Experiences with land consolidation and land banking in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989 Five more CEE countries are coming close to having operational land consolidation programmes (status December 2014): 18 Experiences with land consolidation and land banking in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989 Land banking has so far largely failed in CEE (1/2): • None of the seven programme countries have established land banks in support of their land consolidation instruments. • Most countries in the region have plenty of “free” state agricultural land after land reform (in Lithuania 400,000 ha). • Failure in overall land policy and lack of coordination between land consolidation agencies and agencies managing state agricultural land. 10 19 Experiences with land consolidation and land banking in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989 Land banking has so far largely failed in CEE (2/2): • Land consolidation projects, especially those with a voluntary approach, are often hampered by low land mobility in CEE. • Need for policy guidelines and practical experiences in a CEE context with combination of land banking and land consolidation. 20 Experiences with land consolidation and land banking in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989 Thank you very much!
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Score: 458708 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ents/Events2015/LN7/1.4_en.pdf
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Informing individuals that they are part of an experiment would change their behaviours in ways that invalidate the experiment. Yet, experimenting on people who are unaware of the experiment is an ethically dangerous area.  (...) We need more experiments and more experimenters. This is why the Malaysia AccLab is attempting two experiments in experimentation (and would run more if we could!).
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Score: 458649.07 - https://www.undp.org/malaysia/...s-risks-real-world-experiments
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Our main accomplishment was the document VCEG-N85r1, which is the definition of the core experiments on interlaced coding. There was quite a bit of interaction via email in order to nail down the details of these experiments. (...) Towards that end we have defined the following four experiments: · The PICLEV experiment, where each entire frame is coded as one frame or two fields; · The Inter-MFFA experiment, where each non-intra macroblock in an interlaced frame can be coded as frame sub-blocks or alternately as field sub-blocks; · The Intra-MFFA experiment, where each intra macroblock in an interlaced frame can be coded as frame sub-blocks or alternately as field sub-blocks; · The Ref-for-each-MV, where each motion vector in each macroblock has its own ref_frame element. (...) The status of the experiments is as follows: · Michael Gallant of VideoLocus Inc. has volunteered to work on the PICLEV experiment; · Eric Viscito of GlobeSpan Inc is considering working on the Inter-MFFA experiment, and also I have a university graduate student interested in working on it; · Nobody has yet volunteered for the Intra-MFFA experiment; · Nobody has yet volunteered for the Ref-for-each-MV experiment.
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Score: 458643.07 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...e/2001_12_Pattaya/VCEG-O13.doc
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Our main accomplishment was the document VCEG-N85r1, which is the definition of the core experiments on interlaced coding. There was quite a bit of interaction via email in order to nail down the details of these experiments. (...) Towards that end we have defined the following four experiments: · The PICLEV experiment, where each entire frame is coded as one frame or two fields; · The Inter-MFFA experiment, where each non-intra macroblock in an interlaced frame can be coded as frame sub-blocks or alternately as field sub-blocks; · The Intra-MFFA experiment, where each intra macroblock in an interlaced frame can be coded as frame sub-blocks or alternately as field sub-blocks; · The Ref-for-each-MV, where each motion vector in each macroblock has its own ref_frame element. (...) The status of the experiments is as follows: · Michael Gallant of VideoLocus Inc. has volunteered to work on the PICLEV experiment; · Eric Viscito of GlobeSpan Inc is considering working on the Inter-MFFA experiment, and also I have a university graduate student interested in working on it; · Nobody has yet volunteered for the Intra-MFFA experiment; · Nobody has yet volunteered for the Ref-for-each-MV experiment.
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Score: 458643.07 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/0112_Pat/VCEG-O13.doc
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AGENDA Regional Workshop: "Databases to identify and characterize the export SMEs ECLAC – December 6, 2013 09:00 Opening  Osvaldo Rosales, Director, Division of International Trade and Integration, CEPAL. 09:10 Experience in analyzing database of exporters  José E. (...) Economic Affairs Officer, Division of International Trade and Integration, ECLAC. 09:30 Experience in Argentina  A. Sofía Rojo (CEPAL). 09:50 Experience in Chile  Roberto Urmeneta (CEPAL). 10:10 Experience in Costa Rica  Carlo Calderón (PROCOMER). 10:30 Debate 11:15 The experience of E. P. of Bolivia  Grover Nelson Lacoa Estrada (PROMUEVE BOLIVAI). 11:35 Experience in Ecuador  Andrea Ordoñez (PROECUADOR). 11:55 Experience in El Salvador  Juan Carlos López (PROESA). 12:15 Experience in Nicaragua  Luz Marina Arana (CEI). 12:35 Experience in Peru  Santos de los Reyes Maza y Silupú (PROMPERU). 12:55 Experience of R.
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Score: 458542.3 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...aracterize_the_export_smes.pdf
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Experiments on spatial scalability with error concealement 115 Uz et al. Experiments comparing leaky-prediction and error concealement 116 Uz et al. (...) Quantization issues and proposed directions for core experiments Q.2.2 and Q.3 183 Puri et al. Results of fixed scan core experiment Q.1.2 184 Puri et al.
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Score: 458385.35 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a.../Report_texts/AVC-0444R_a1.rtf
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Incomplete degrees are not accepted as proof of academic qualification, regardless of whether or not they are associated with a recognized higher education institution. Work Experience The work experience should be relevant to the position and to the work of UNICEF. Working experience in developing countries, in the field of development work, in an international or emergency setting is important. (...) Within the NO category there are different levels of staff, each with a required minimum number of years of relevant professional work experience. • NO-1 One year of relevant professional work experience • NO-2 Two years of relevant professional work experience • NO-3 Five years of relevant professional work experience • NO-4 Eight years of relevant professional work experience • NO-5 Ten years of relevant professional work experience • D-1 Twelve to thirteen years of relevant professional work experience • D-2 Over fifteen years of relevant professional work experience Language Proficiency in English and in another Official UN working language (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish) is required.
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Score: 458206.84 - https://www.unicef.org/careers..._requirements_for_NO_Staff.pdf
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