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Explore our work in the different regions of the world. view East and Southern Africa view West and Central Africa view Arab States view Europe and the CIS view Latin America and the Caribbean view Asia and the Pacific Regions Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa Breadcrumb Home Women and Citizen Participation: Contributions to Development, Gender Equality and Governance from Volunteerism Women and Citizen Participation: Contributions to Development, Gender Equality and Governance from Volunteerism 10 October 2013 print Low quality, print optimized High quality, color print pdf Back africaine This publication aims to visualize and illustrate the concept of volunteering for development in gender budget initiatives implemented within the joint UNV-UN Women programme “Gender Responsive Budgeting: making the voluntary contributions of women to development visible in Latin America”. Since the late nineties, UN Women - the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (formerly UNIFEM) - drives various initiatives of gender responsive budgets with the support of important allies, such as the Spanish government and the Basque government, seeking to strengthen democratic governance and the enjoyment of women’s economic and social rights. (...) This publication aims to visualize and illustrate the concept of volunteering for development in gender budget initiatives implemented within the joint UNV-UN Women programme “Gender Responsive Budgeting: making the voluntary contributions of women to development visible in Latin America”. facebook twitter linkedin youtube-play instagram flickr Main navigation Become a UN Volunteer Unified Conditions of Service Volunteer abroad Volunteer in your country Volunteer online Frequently Asked Questions Engage a UN Volunteer UN Partner Toolkit Request UN Volunteers United Nations partners UNV funding partners Sponsor UN Volunteers UNV and the private sector Volunteerism State of the World's Volunteerism Volunteerism and the Global Goals Knowledge Portal on Volunteerism Plan of Action 2016-2030 Our campaigns International Volunteer Day 2021 About UNV Who we are Our mission: Mobilize volunteers Our mission: Promote volunteerism Publications database Employment & internships Procurement information Scam alert Contact us Reports Annual Report 2020 Annual Report 2019 Annual Report 2018 Our legacy A short history of UNV UNV at 50 UNV alumni Regional offices Regional offices Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa My UNV Profile UNV eCampus This website benefits from the continuous support of Online Volunteers.
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Score: 780151.46 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/node/1700
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The symposium marks a collaborative initiative to critically examine the concept, policy and practice in Education for Rural Transformation (ERT). The aim of this initiative is to undertake research, capacity building, sharing good practices, identifying policy choices, and determining workable programmes and priorities in varying contexts. (...) Participation in the ERT initiative should be broadened to other regions and countries including holding symposia in other regions, especially in Africa. 3.
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Score: 777398.83 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...RP/docs2010/ERTConclusions.doc
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Drawing on the learning from the different initiatives shared and your own knowledge, what are the specific sensitivities that supporters of the localisation agenda need to address in the context of displacement? (...) Please share examples which illustrate good practice of new approaches that reflect changes in design. (purpose: link to preparedness, showcasing good practice + enablers) • As we know from this year’s Development Initiatives Annual Report, current direct funding to local actors is xx% (to be adapted based on the latest figures).
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Score: 775531.54 - https://www.unocha.org/sites/u...redness%20and%20response_0.pdf
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The adaptation of cultural policies to sustainable development challenges is also an integral part of country-driven efforts presented under this section and illustrated through UNESCO decentralized initiatives, programmes and actions.  (...) Facts and Figures Since 2016, 205 VNRS were submitted by 169 countries 63% of the countries that submitted their VNR in 2020 have successfully integrated culture by mentioning concrete policies and initiatives .  How countries mention culture in their VNRs Since 2016, Culture has been mentioned across  ALL 17 SDGs  in relation to laws, policies, and initiatives. From 205 VNRs analysed, 95 directly linked initiatives with a cultural component to SDGs. 22 countries mentioned the  transversal role of culture  and is therefore the bedrock of all 17 SDGs.
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Score: 775531.54 - https://en.unesco.org/culture-...velopment/country-perspectives
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The process starts with an initialization of the global motion vectors in the first P frame after an I frame. After the first P frame, the global motion vectors are initialized based on the results in the previous P frame. (...) Initialize GMV’s to 0 For first P frame ( v xx = 0 ) Predict v 00 for next P frame Reset other GMV’s to 0 GMV search For the current P frame Figure 4.
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Score: 775312.8 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...e/2001_12_Pattaya/VCEG-O20.doc
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The process starts with an initialization of the global motion vectors in the first P frame after an I frame. After the first P frame, the global motion vectors are initialized based on the results in the previous P frame. (...) Initialize GMV’s to 0 For first P frame ( v xx = 0 ) Predict v 00 for next P frame Reset other GMV’s to 0 GMV search For the current P frame Figure 4.
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Score: 775312.8 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/0112_Pat/VCEG-O20.doc
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At its meeting of 1-2 December 1998, the Council agreed to initiate the review due under Article 27.3(b) of the provisions of that subparagraph through an information-gathering exercise. (...) In response to this request, the illustrative list annexed to the present document has been prepared by the Secretariat. 3. (...) IP/C/W/122 Page 2 ILLUSTRATIVE LIST OF QUESTIONS ON ARTICLE 27.3(b) A.
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Score: 774196.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...p_e/trips_e/ta_docs_e/W122.pdf
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During the Ottonian period, German book illustration achieved artistic pre-eminence in Europe for the first time. (...) Thanks to commissions from important bishops and the Emperor, the Reichenau had a substantial share in this. The book illustrations reflect the spirituality of the time, and their ambitions can be inferred from the models which the new art was based on: paintings from Late Antiquity, the Carolingian period and Byzantium. (...) As one of its outstanding achievements, the book illustration from the Reichenau developed expansive cycles of miniatures on the life of Christ, which were to influence the art of subsequent centuries.
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Score: 774196.5 - https://en.unesco.org/memoryoftheworld/registry/443
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They feature photographic and multimedia displays that illustrate these topics through images, facts and data.    (...) All exhibits should: illustrate a theme(s) on the UN agenda feature work from more than one artist/photographer include content about more than one country include substantive information and data on the topic   Top Who pays for the exhibit?   (...) Proposals for exhibits at UN Headquarters in New York: must be in line with the  Exhibits Committee Guidelines require approval by the United Nations Exhibits Committee must be submitted at least six months before the proposed display dates   Top How do I submit an exhibit proposal?   1- Submit an Initial Inquiry Form for an assessment as to whether your proposed exhibit is in line with the guidelines. 2- Following a positive response to the initial inquiry, submit an Application Form  along with the complete proposal as per the instructions in the Submission Requirements .
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Score: 773708.1 - https://www.un.org/zh/node/72168
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Microsoft PowerPoint - 99 - Realizing the Development Potential of Diasporas.ppt ““Realizing the Realizing the Development Potential of Development Potential of DiasporasDiasporas”” Background and Key ContributionsBackground and Key Contributions Presentation OutlinePresentation Outline IntroductionIntroduction FFDO/DESA initiatives on diasporas and FFDO/DESA initiatives on diasporas and developmentdevelopment Background to the BookBackground to the Book Key Issues and some findingsKey Issues and some findings ConclusionConclusion IntroductionIntroduction 1.1. (...) Examines the various channels of Examines the various channels of diasporadiaspora contribution contribution and policies to facilitate them.and policies to facilitate them. Illustrates role of financial institutions in strengthening Illustrates role of financial institutions in strengthening impact of remittances on development.impact of remittances on development. (...) Conclusion BookBook’’s contribution includes:s contribution includes: Categorization of diasporas and activities that Categorization of diasporas and activities that illustrates increasing importance of nonillustrates increasing importance of non-- financial contributions. financial contributions.
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Score: 768909.47 - https://www.un.org/development...npd_2011_cm9_sharna-undesa.pdf
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