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WORKING PAPER 1 Is a nationally defined social protection floor for Mongolia still affordable in the 2016 economic context? (...) Cost of a social protection floor in Mongolia in the 2016 economic context The present costing exercise aimed to update the cost of the social protection floor as defined by stakeholders in 2014 and assess whether Mongolia could afford to continue financing the existing social protection measures and extending coverage to achieve, at least, the agreed social protection floor. (...) The cost of the social protection floor is forecasted to follow the status quo, as is visible from figure 3.
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Score: 812373.8 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...ts/publication/wcms_544311.pdf
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WORKING PAPER 1 Is a nationally defined social protection floor for Mongolia still affordable in the 2016 economic context? (...) Cost of a social protection floor in Mongolia in the 2016 economic context The present costing exercise aimed to update the cost of the social protection floor as defined by stakeholders in 2014 and assess whether Mongolia could afford to continue financing the existing social protection measures and extending coverage to achieve, at least, the agreed social protection floor. (...) The cost of the social protection floor is forecasted to follow the status quo, as is visible from figure 3.
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Score: 812373.8 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_544311.pdf
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7 March.doc Side Events Schedule 47th Session of the Commission of the Status of Women 3-14 March 2003 Conference Room 2 9-9:45 NGO CSW Daily Briefing DATE LOCATION TIME ORGANIZATION SIDE EVENT TYPE TITLE 7 March Dag H LA 10-12 pm International Health Awareness Network Panel Media and the Impact of Violence on Women’s Health 7 March Hardin Room (11th floor CC) 1:15-2:45 pm Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd Panel Technology and Violence Against Women 7 March Conf B 1:15-2:45 pm International Fellowship of Reconciliation Panel Justice for Victims of Sex Trafficking: The Case of ‘Comfort Women’ 7 March Dag H LA 1:15-2:45 pm GERWUN Event International Women's Day programme 7 March Conf Room 2 1:15-2:45 pm OHCHR/OSAGI/DAW/Special Rapporteur on Violence against Women Panel Violence against women: Trends over the past decade 7 March 12 floor CC 1:15-2:45 pm Human Rights and Violence against Women Caucus Caucus Human rights and Violence against women 7 March 10th floor CC 1:15-2:45 pm World Conference of Religion for Peace (WCRP) Panel Women, Religion and HIV/Aids in Africa 7 March Boss Room (8th floor CC) 1:15-2:45 pm NGO/ECOSOC/CSW Panel Discussion on the 5th World Conference on Women DATE LOCATION TIME ORGANIZATION SIDE EVENT TYPE TITLE 7 March Hardin Room (11th floor CC) 3-4:30 pm European Women’s Lobby Caucus European Women’s Caucus 7 March 12th floor CC 3-5 pm N. Ireland Women’s European Platforms Workshop Domestic Violence: Shared Experiences From N. Ireland 7 March 10th floor CC 3-5 pm Ecumenical Women 2000+ Panel Effective Responses to Violence 7 March Boss Room (8th floor CC) 3-5 pm ICFTU/WICEJ Panel Gender Impact of Globalization and the Trans-Nationalization of the Media 7 March IIE (12th floor) 6:30-8:30 pm UNFIP/UNIFEM Panel (Invitation only) Following in the Footsteps of Eleanor Roosevelt Back to Calendar
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Score: 811999.46 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/csw47/7March.PDF
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Thematic Meeting on Cybersecurity Français  |  Español   Print Version   Home : Internet Broadcasting services Thematic Meeting on Cybersecurity ITU  WSIS  SPU Thematic Meeting on Cybersecurity audio feeds ITU Geneva, 28 June to 1st July 2005 The Thematic Meeting on Cybersecurity has been webcasted in audio only (Floor and English translation), in live and the archives are available through the ITU's Internet Broadcasting Service .  (...) Date Title Audio feeds DAY1 28/06/2005 Thematic Meeting on Cybersecurity 9h30-10h00 Session 1: Opening of the Workshop Floor English 10h00-11h00 Session 2: Are We Winning or Losing the War on Spam? 11h30-13h00 Session 3: National Policies and Legislative Approaches 14h45-16h15 Session 4: International/Intergovernmental Cooperative Initiatives in Countering Spam Floor English 16h45-18h00 Session 5: Countering Spam: The way Forward DAY2 29/06/2005 Thematic Meeting on Cybersecurity 9h30-9h45 Session6: Cybersecurity Opening and Welcome Floor English 9h45-11h00 Session 7: Information Sharing of National Approaches, Good Practices and Guidlines 11h30-13h00 Session 8: Information Sharing of National Approaches, Good Practices and Guidlines 14h45-15h30 Session 9: Developing Watch, Warning and Incident Response Capabilities Floor English 16h00-17h30 Session 10: Developing Watch, Warning and Incident Response Capabilities DAY3 30/06/2005 Thematic Meeting on Cybersecurity 9h30 -10h30 Session 11: Keynote Floor English 11h00-12h30 Session 12: Technical Standards and Industry Solutions 14h00-15h30 Session 13: Harmonizing National Legal Approaches and International Legal Coordination Floor English 16h00-17h30 Session 14: Harmonizing National Legal Approaches and International Legal Coordination DAY4 01/07/2005 Thematic Meeting on Cybersecurity 9h30 -11h00 Session 15: Privacy, Data and Consumer Protection Floor English 11h00-13h00 Session 16: Assistance to Developing Economies with Regards to Cybersecurity 14h30-15h45 Session 17: The Way Forward - Frameworks for International Cooperative Action and Close of the Meeting Floor English 16h00-17h00 Session 18: Close of the meeting   It is necessary to have RealPlayer installed: Installing Client Software   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU 2014  All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  IBS Team Updated : 2005-07-01    
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Score: 811999.46 - https://www.itu.int/ibs/sg/spu/cybersecurity/index.html
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12th PMNCH Board Meeting May 8, 2012 B12/12/00 Agenda – Page 1 of 6 12th PMNCH Board Meeting 2nd, 3rd & 4th May, 2012 UNFPA HQ 605 Third Avenue - New York, NY 10158 PMNCH PRE-BOARD MEETINGS Wednesday 2nd May, 2012 Agenda: 9:00-12:30 Family Planning 3rd Stakeholder Consultation Lead Agencies: DFID and UNFPA (Agenda and additional details will be sent separately) Orange Café - 5th Floor UNFPA HQ 12:00-13:00 Briefing of New Board Members (a light lunch will be provided) All new PMNCH Board members will be invited to this briefing conducted by the Secretariat to introduce the Partnership, its Strategic Framework and other issues of interest. Room 5F - 5th Floor UNFPA HQ 13:00-13:45 Individual Strategic Objective Coordinator Meetings (a light lunch will be provided) Room 4A Room 4B (4th floor UNFPA HQ) (4th floor UNFPA HQ) SO1- (Knowledge) SO2 – (Advocacy) 13:45-14:15 Plenary Strategic Objective Coordinator Meetings Room 4A (4th floor UNFPA HQ) Plenary meeting of SO1, SO2 and SO3 Coordinators 14:15 Communications Break 14:30-17:30 Individual Constituency Meetings 14:30-16:00 Room 4A Room 6G (4th floor UNFPA HQ) (6th floor UNFPA HQ) Donors & Foundations HCPAs/ART 16:00-17:30 Room 4A Room 4B Room 5D Room 6G (4th floor UNFPA HQ) (4th floor UNFPA HQ) (5th floor UNFPA HQ) (6th floor UNFPA HQ) Governments Multilaterals NGO’s Private Sector 17:30-19:00 SO3 Meeting Room 4B (4th Floor UNFPA HQ) SO3 - (Accountability) May 8, 2012 B12/12/00 Agenda – Page 2 of 6 17:30-18:30 PMNCH Executive Committee This meeting is for members of the PMNCH Executive Committee- An agenda will be distributed prior to the meeting Room 4A - 4th floor UNFPA HQ 19:00-21:00 Reception for the H4+ Commitment to The Global Strategy For Women’s And Children’s Health and the launch Of Born Too Soon: The Global Action Report For Preterm Birth The H4+ (UN agencies working on Maternal and Newborn Health: UNAIDS, UNFPA, UNICEF, WHO, the World Bank and UN Women) provides harmonized support to countries with high rates of maternal, newborn and child mortality, to accelerate progress in achieving MDGs 4 and 5 by 2015, and to fulfill their commitments in line with the Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health. (...) Millennium UN Plaza Hotel New York Manhattan Room, 2nd Floor, East Tower One United Nations Plaza 44th Street between First and Second Avenue New York, NY  Co-hosts: - Julio Frenk, Chair of the PMNCH Board - Babatunde Osotimehin, Executive Director, UNFPA  Speakers: - Asha-Rose Migiro, UN Deputy Secretary General - Jennifer Howse, President, March of Dimes May 8, 2012 B12/12/00 Agenda – Page 3 of 6 12th PMNCH BOARD MEETING Thursday 3rd May, 2012 - Morning Orange Café (Room 5-14) - 5th Floor UNFPA HQ Key objectives: 1.
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Score: 811376 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/abou...ittee/b12-12-00_agenda_v28.pdf
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ITU CWG Français  |  Español   Print Version   Home : Internet Broadcasting services ITU CWG ITU- Council Working Group ITU Geneva, 2012 Access to the feeds restricted to the TIES users Audio only       Live meetings Date Title Audio only feeds Archived meetings Date Title Audio only feeds 06/06/2012 09:30 (GMT+1) Council Working Group on WSIS: implementation of outcomes ( Room K ) Floor 06/06/2012 14:30 (GMT+1) Council Working Group on WSIS: implementation of outcomes ( Room K ) Floor 07/06/2012 09:30 (GMT+1) Council Working Group on WSIS: implementation of outcomes ( Room K ) Floor 07/06/2012 14:30 (GMT+1) Council Working Group on WSIS: implementation of outcomes ( Room K ) Floor 18/06/2012 10:00 (GMT+1) Workshop on Sector Membership ( Room K ) Floor 18/06/2012 16:15 (GMT+1) Workshop on Sector Membership ( Room K ) Floor 19/06/2012 09:30 (GMT+1) Council Working Group on Child online protection ( Room K ) Floor   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU 2012  All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  IBS Team Updated : 2012-02-21    
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Score: 811180.47 - https://www.itu.int/ibs/council/2012cwgall/
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Interpretation was available in: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish View Details 10:30 am - 11:00 am Coffee Break Physical 10:30-11:00 CAT, Kigali | 04:30-05:00 EDT, New York | 16:30-17:00 CST, Beijing On schedule Coffee Lounges @ ground floor, 1st floor and 2nd floor View Details 11:00 am - 12:30 pm Global Youth Index – A snapshot of Youth Development Today Physical 11:00-12:30 CAT, Kigali | 05:00-06:30 EDT, New York | 17:00-18:30 CST, Beijing On schedule Room Gasabo (first floor) Learn more on the Global Youth Index, a practical tool for policy makers and youth to identify priorities for change and to track progress over time, join the session! (...) View Details 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm Technology and Gaming Hub Physical 15:00-16:30 CAT, Kigali | 10:00-11:30 EDT, New York | 21:00-22:30 CST, Beijing On schedule Gaming hub (second floor) A fun, interactive space to engage and learn with technology View Details 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm Coffee Break Physical 16:00-16:30 CEST, Geneva | 08:00-09:00 EDT, New York | 20:00-21:00 CST, Beijing On schedule Coffee Lounges @ ground floor, 1st floor and 2nd floor View Details 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm How can you harness the power of technology for a more equal future? (...) Interpretation available in: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish View Details 10:30 am - 11:00 am Coffee Break Physical 10:30-11:00 CAT, Kigali | 04:30-05:00 EDT, New York | 16:30-17:00 CST, Beijing On schedule Coffee Lounges @ ground floor, 1st floor and 2nd floor View Details 10:30 am - 11:30 am Daring to Shift: Rooted in Digital Hybrid 10:30-11:30 CAT, Kigali | 04:30-05:30 EDT, New York | 16:30-17:30 CST, Beijing On schedule Room Karisimbi (second floor) Powered by Youth Organized by: Digital Opportunity Trust (DOT) View Details 11:00 am - 12:30 pm Masterclass #6: Digital skills for digital jobs: preparing for the future workspace Hybrid 11:00-12:30 CAT, Kigali | 5:00-6:30 EDT, New York | 17:00-18:30 CST, Beijing On schedule Room Gasabo (first floor) As digitalization creates new opportunities and new professions worldwide, what new skills do young people need to move forward in the workplace of the future?
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Score: 811109.03 - https://www.itu.int/generation...t-youth-summit-2022/programme/
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FloorQuery presentationTokenIndicateOwner Floor participants and floor chairs request information about a floor or floors by sending a FloorQuery message to the floor control server. (...) Requests to manipulate a floor are directed at the floor control server. Floors are associated with resources. (...) A party that wants the floor will send a floor request to the floor control server.
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Score: 810960.8 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...12/1107_Andover/q1k08Att2.docx
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Social Protection Floor Assessment Based National Dialogue, Egypt ILO undertakes a Social Protection Floor (SPF) assessment which would result in achieving a basic level of social protection for all and a decent and dignified life. (...) The Social Protection Floor should comprise, at least, the following nationally defined set of basic social security guarantees:     A.      (...) This includes: ·         Horizontal coverage, or the Social Protection Floor, providing access to essential health care for all, income security for children, assistance to the unemployed, underemployed and poor, and income security for the elderly and disabled; and ·         Vertical coverage building on the first floor and providing more extensive and comprehensive social protection coverage to those with income levels exceeding the floor.      
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Score: 810214.94 - https://www.ilo.org/africa/tec...WCMS_548325/lang--en/index.htm
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Social Protection Floor Assessment Based National Dialogue, Egypt ILO undertakes a Social Protection Floor (SPF) assessment which would result in achieving a basic level of social protection for all and a decent and dignified life. (...) The Social Protection Floor should comprise, at least, the following nationally defined set of basic social security guarantees:     A.      (...) This includes: ·         Horizontal coverage, or the Social Protection Floor, providing access to essential health care for all, income security for children, assistance to the unemployed, underemployed and poor, and income security for the elderly and disabled; and ·         Vertical coverage building on the first floor and providing more extensive and comprehensive social protection coverage to those with income levels exceeding the floor.      
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Score: 810214.94 - www.ilo.org/africa/tech...WCMS_548325/lang--en/index.htm
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