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Openness Individuals are free to choose how open they are with their data, governments and industries have a similar choice. (...) Cross-cutting indicators Individuals are free to choose how open they are with their data, governments and industries have a similar choice. 2. (...) Openness Individuals are free to choose how open they are with their data, governments and industries have a similar choice.
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Score: 1037861.9 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...ault/files/ui_c1_sub007_en.pdf
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Free choices are definite choices. Liberal theologians were foolish to get excited over Heisenberg’s Principle. Vagueness of behaviour may be good enough for electrons, it is not good enough for free men. Choices are of three kinds: 1) choices of action. (...) Art does not and cannot influence the choice or judgement man actually makes, it only makes it more of a conscious choice.
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Score: 969599.4 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/...-1/reflections-freedom-and-art
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We now have indisputable evidence that population policies grounded in individual rights and choices improve the well-being of women and girls, transform families and societies, and accelerate global development. We now have indisputable evidence that population policies grounded in individual rights and choices improve the well-being of women and girls, transform families and societies, and accelerate global development.  (...) The way forward is the full realization of rights and choices for every individual and couple, no matter where or how they live, or how much they earn. 
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Score: 958942.7 - https://www.un.org/en/node/36032
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We now have indisputable evidence that population policies grounded in individual rights and choices improve the well-being of women and girls, transform families and societies, and accelerate global development. We now have indisputable evidence that population policies grounded in individual rights and choices improve the well-being of women and girls, transform families and societies, and accelerate global development.  (...) The way forward is the full realization of rights and choices for every individual and couple, no matter where or how they live, or how much they earn. 
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Score: 958942.7 - https://www.un.org/en/un-chron...rsuit-rights-and-choices-all-0
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To study the optimal choices we consider a simple game in which individuals are randomly matched in pairs: after arming decisons have been taken, every individual i ∈ {E,P} meets another individual j ∈ {E,P}. (...) Consider first the individual choice about arming. When contemplating about 21Since individuals are small with respect to the total population, the aggregate outcomes do not depend on a particular individual’s arming choices. (...) The preferred policies of each individual are those that maximize his disposable income and, therefore, depend on individual pre-tax income as well as the individual arming choice.
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Score: 956275.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...w_e/wkshop10_e/fortunato_e.pdf
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Choices about when to have sex and with whom, choices regarding the timing, number and spacing of one’s children. (...) CONCERTED ACTION • These two words - choices and opportunities - apply to individual men and women, to boys and girls. (...) And when you add up all above reasons, plus the demographic and macro-economic effects of all individual reproductive choices together, MDGs 1 and 7 come into play.
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Score: 942700.8 - https://www.un.org/en/developm.../2009/country/netherlands3.pdf
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For the DCE we used a labelled choice design with two choices in each choice set. (...) Relative importance of different human resource policy interventions and individual characteristics in discrete choice experiment to study nurses' choice of rural postings in Kenya, South Africa and Thailand, 2006 CI, confidence interval. (...) In this study we have demonstrated that different subgroups of nurses have different preferences, and in future studies we will compare the choices of different types of health workers. Packages of interventions are likely to be more effective than individual policies in attracting health workers to rural areas 3 not only because individual policies have an additive effect, but because different subgroups of health workers respond differently to different components.
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Score: 937429.9 - https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/88/5/09-072918/en/
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HH21 Proportion of individuals who purchased goods or services online, by type of payment channel Definition This indicator measures the payment channels used by individuals when making purchases online. (...) The following response categories of types of payment channels are (multiple choices possible):  Cash on delivery;  Credit card online;  Debit card or electronic bank transfer online;  Mobile money account (account connected to the mobile number);  Online payment service (e.g. (...) HH23 Proportion of individuals who did not purchase goods or services online, by type of reason Definition This measures the reasons for individuals to not purchase goods or services online.
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Score: 935653.7 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...-IND-ITCMEAS-2014-C2-PDF-E.pdf
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'The Universal Declaration of Human Rights describes the family as the natural and fundamental unit of society. It follows that any choice and decision with regard to the size of the family must inevitably rest with the family itself, and cannot be made by anyone else. But this right of parents to free choice will remain illusory unless they are aware of the alternatives open to them. (...) Family planning information, education and means should include all medically approved and appropriate methods of family planning, including natural family planning, to ensure a voluntary and free choice in accordance with changing individual and cultural values.
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Score: 934361.5 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...ulation/theme/rights/index.asp
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We can also say with hindsight that the structure of the international system matter for the choices between the geopolitics of cooperation, and that of competition and conflict, or some combination of the two. Put in another way, the dynamics in the international system and the way it is perceived and managed by nations individually and collectively influence the choices between cooperation, competition and conflict in international relations. 1 The discourse on polarity has focused, perhaps because of reality, on the disposition of the great powers and the choices that they deem to be in their security and economic interests. The other players have thus far tended to be seen as at best playing second fiddle. Finally, the choices that the nations make individually and collectively have pay-offs – these pay-offs can be negative or positive - and this is also a fact borne out by the history: wars, economic booms and bursts and so on.
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Score: 932679.7 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/p...osoc_president_21_may_2014.pdf
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