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Preliminary Assessment 12/28/2021 Submitted by Ashwini Sathnur Title of Practice Foundations and ideologies of the blockchain technologies in the food systems and the food value chains Background The subject areas and the conceptual frameworks of the digital financial services and the blockchain technologies is integrated into the food systems and the food value chains. The detailed description of the innovative ideologies of the blockchain technologies is provided in - detail in the published version of the book titled "Foundations and ideologies of the blockchain technologies". Methodological approach Funds transfer from the consumers to the suppliers for the objective of enabling the features of the procurement opportunities and the supply demand opportunities for the purchased goods, which is facilitated via the blockchain technologies, is the foundational and transformational ideology of the digital financial services and the financial inclusion.
Language:English
Score: 1510143.8 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/...ission_20211228-113549_(1).pdf
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Preliminary Assessment 12/28/2021 Submitted by Ashwini Sathnur Title of Practice Foundations and ideologies of the blockchain technologies in the food systems and the food value chains Background The subject areas and the conceptual frameworks of the digital financial services and the blockchain technologies is integrated into the food systems and the food value chains. The detailed description of the innovative ideologies of the blockchain technologies is provided in - detail in the published version of the book titled "Foundations and ideologies of the blockchain technologies". Methodological approach Funds transfer from the consumers to the suppliers for the objective of enabling the features of the procurement opportunities and the supply demand opportunities for the purchased goods, which is facilitated via the blockchain technologies, is the foundational and transformational ideology of the digital financial services and the financial inclusion.
Language:English
Score: 1510143.8 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/...ission_20211228-113549_(1).pdf
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Preliminary Assessment 12/28/2021 Submitted by Ashwini Sathnur Title of Practice Foundations and ideologies of the blockchain technologies in the food systems and the food value chains Background The subject areas and the conceptual frameworks of the digital financial services and the blockchain technologies is integrated into the food systems and the food value chains. The detailed description of the innovative ideologies of the blockchain technologies is provided in - detail in the published version of the book titled "Foundations and ideologies of the blockchain technologies". Methodological approach Funds transfer from the consumers to the suppliers for the objective of enabling the features of the procurement opportunities and the supply demand opportunities for the purchased goods, which is facilitated via the blockchain technologies, is the foundational and transformational ideology of the digital financial services and the financial inclusion.
Language:English
Score: 1510143.8 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/...ission_20211228-113549_(1).pdf
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Preliminary Assessment 12/28/2021 Submitted by Ashwini Sathnur Title of Practice Foundations and ideologies of the blockchain technologies in the food systems and the food value chains Background The subject areas and the conceptual frameworks of the digital financial services and the blockchain technologies is integrated into the food systems and the food value chains. The detailed description of the innovative ideologies of the blockchain technologies is provided in - detail in the published version of the book titled "Foundations and ideologies of the blockchain technologies". Methodological approach Funds transfer from the consumers to the suppliers for the objective of enabling the features of the procurement opportunities and the supply demand opportunities for the purchased goods, which is facilitated via the blockchain technologies, is the foundational and transformational ideology of the digital financial services and the financial inclusion.
Language:English
Score: 1510143.8 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/...ission_20211228-113549_(1).pdf
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Based on information received from Governments and civil society organizations, she will evaluate measures adopted by Member States, in law and policy, with a view to countering extremist political parties, movements, ideologies and groups of a racist or xenophobic character, including neo-Nazis and skinhead groups and similar extremist ideological movements. (...) Measures adopted by Member States – in law and policy – with a view to countering extremist political parties, movements, ideologies and groups of a racist or xenophobic character, including neo-Nazis and skinhead groups and similar extremist ideological movements. (...) Additional supporting materials, such as reports, academic studies, and other background materials may be annexed to the submission.
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Score: 1411044.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/calls...and-other-practices-contribute
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Outreach Programme on the 1994 Genocide Against the Tutsi in Rwanda and the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Outreach Programme on the 1994 Genocide Against the Tutsi in Rwanda and the United Nations Search Menu Home About Programme Preventing Genocide Supporting Survivors Commemorations Day of Reflection 2022 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 Exhibits Kwibuka 20 Lessons from Rwanda Visions of Rwanda Portrait of a Genocide 800,000 Rising Rwanda Multimedia Graphic Novel Videos Audio Visuals Resources Take Action! News Historical Background Survivor Testimonies Backgrounders Documents Links Contact Us Rwandan Peacekeepers serving in the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) commemorate the International Day of Reflection on the Genocide in Rwanda, honoring the victims and pledging to fight genocide ideology. © UN Photo/Isaac Billy 7 April marks the start of the 1994 genocide Every year, commemorative events are organized around the world.
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Score: 1312674.6 - https://www.un.org/en/preventg...nocide/rwanda/contact-us.shtml
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UN Search General Assembly Committee on Information UN Homepage COI Main Page About the Committee Background Bureau Membership Annual General Debate Latest Session (43rd) Programme of work Past Sessions Documents Reports to the General Assembly General Assembly Resolutions Resources Contact us 28th Session (2006) General Debate: Kenya Statement by H.E. (...) Chairman, Information from DPI and UN information centres must save the world from the ideologies of negative ethnicity and racism. Not so long ago, we saw negative ethnicity plunge Rwanda, Yugoslavia and Somalia into genocide and disintegration because UN kept quiet and looked the other way for too long. As these ideologies once more rear their ugly heads in certain countries like Kenya, we believe DPI and UN information centres can help save these countries from the deadly ideologies by giving out information and showing films like Hotel Rwanda that will inform uninformed peoples of our countries of the dangers of embracing hate ideologies.
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Score: 1307559.4 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/coi/28/statements/kenya.shtml
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But if the South African colonial state had been founded upon the ideology of social Darwinism, what should be the ideological foundation of the new, democratic, independent state? (...) As an ideology it can be applied as a ‘magic wand’ to deal with every emergent social crisis. (...) But ideologies do not predate history; they emerge as a response to specific issues within a historical epoch, challenging, correcting or displacing a mindset (or old ideology).
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Score: 1304995.7 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/...mbre-2011/i-am-because-you-are
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Variation in design/ implementation parameters 3. Variation in background conditions (demand/supply) Focus on political economy • Three core political challenges: 1. (...) “Varieties of Basic Income” Demand for UBI Supply of UBI CONSTITUENCY CAPABILITIES Political agency COALITIONS “Varieties of Basic Income” Demand for UBI Supply of UBI CONSTITUENCY CAPABILITIES Political agency COALITIONS Fiscal constraints Administrative capability Existing policies Institutional legacies Ideological cleavages Preferences, risk profiles, normative values of voters Potential beneficiaries and losers from proposed reforms and their power resources BASIC INCOME Objectives Design Implementation “Varieties of Basic Income” Demand for UBI Supply of UBI CONSTITUENCY CAPABILITIES Political agency COALITIONS Fiscal constraints Administrative capability Existing policies Institutional legacies Ideological cleavages Preferences, risk profiles, normative values of voters Potential beneficiaries and losers from proposed reforms and their power resources Using the varieties of UBI framework • Comprehensive political economy framework focuses on how the politics of UBI needs to account for existing “policyscape” (Mettler) • Identify demand and supply determinants impacting on UBI politics )and their interaction effects) • Identify key role of “UBI policy entrepreneurs” in forming robust UBI coalitions, while appreciating such policy entrepreneurs operate in a constrained political environment • Use the insights to assess feasibility of moving towards a UBI (what challenges need to be overcome and how) but also how the UBI model itself can be adapted to make for an optimal fit, given existing constraints • Appreciate significant variation in the demand/supply determinants across countries (regions/regimes) • This framework is being developed in the EU context but could be extended to low income social protection context — applicable to Latin America?
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Score: 1295831.25 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de.../s5_5_jurgen_de_wispelaere.pdf
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Comment view | Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition (FSN Forum) Skip to main content FAO Header menu About FAO In Action Countries Themes Media Publications Statistics Partnerships English Español Français العربية 中文 Русский Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition (FSN Forum) Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition (FSN Forum) Main navigation Homepage Background Activities Resources News Members Partners Re: The future of food security and climate change in Malawi Dr. (...) Similarly considering that investing for the "greater good" can be associated with a stagnant mono dimension economy raises consistency and ideology questions. In terms of consistency, to what extent could a stagnant and mono dimensional economy be logically associated with progressive policies? Then, on ideology, it goes against the global discourse on governance and growth and all the work done in the recent past to show that good governance is a key driver of growth.
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Score: 1295831.25 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/comment/5498
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