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How do we maintain momentum and partnerships? A shared mutual goal Acknowledgement and support Renewed or maintained interest and involvement Multi- platform Regular Personalised How do we maintain momentum and partnerships? (...) I replied to this mail, because Claire Rumsey sent me a Keep people updated on your work, inform them of how they can get involved. You want your reach to be far and wide so you have to do it across multiple platforms. Celebrity Involvement
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Score: 835405.9 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...ion_4_Panel4_Claire_Rumsey.pdf
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Involvement of Major Groups after 2015  Maintaining the multi-stakeholder nature of the Forum, and strengthening the broad and active participation of all stakeholders is fundamental for the successful promotion of SFM.  Find ways to enhance participation of Major Groups in UNFF sessions and intersessional activities, as well as their contributions to the IAF. Involvement of Regional entities after 2015  Provide a framework to encourage closer linkages between regional/sub-regional and thematic (such as SIDS and LFCCs) organizations/processes and global forest policy processes, recognizing that regional/sub-regional and thematic organizations/mechanisms can help to share information about UNFF and to channel information from regions to UNFF; and that rules of procedure may allow greater stakeholder involvement in meetings at the regional/sub-regional and thematic level.  Facilitative Process proved to be an important vehicle to strengthen and advance regional cooperation, in critical areas of forest financing, including mobilization, and access to funding, in particular in regard to thematic and regional groups of countries such as SIDS, LFCCs, and African countries. (...) Involvement of Regional entities after 2015  Strengthen the engagement of the regional and thematic bodies and processes in the FP as a platform of regional and thematic cooperation.  Strengthen the linkages with the existing sub-regional, regional and thematic bodies and processes, including the UN Regional Economic Commissions and FAO Regional Forestry Commissions.
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Score: 745898.93 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...HEG2-SUMMARY-DISCUSSION-AM.PDF
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CMS promotes scholarly endeavours and is not involved in advocacy. Its geographic area of concern is global but, being located in North America, its work is often focused on the migration experience of that region. (...) As might be expected, the Departments of Sociology and of Economics have been prominently involved. For the longer term, it is expected that the Center will work with a wider range of Schools and Departments. (...) Discussions are fairly advanced on two seminars that would involve CMS/Fordham joint sponsorship. These would be academic conferences on topics of both scholarly and policy interest.
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Score: 741934.57 - https://www.un.org/development...2-2003-10_centermigstudies.pdf
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Various communities involved in tourism initiated NACOBTA in 1995. At present, the organisation has 38 member enterprises, including conservancies, camp sites, rest camps, traditional villages, craft centres, museums and indigenous tour guides. (...) NACOBTA collaborates closely with the private sector in the achievement of its aims to spread involvement in community-based tourism and its benefits in the whole of Namibia. (...) NACOBTA, as a grassroots NGO of communities involved in tourism, managed to maintain its autonomy without undue external interferences in its affairs.
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Score: 725942.1 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd...success_stories/csd7/tour7.htm
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Bangkok, 6 to 7 November 2006 11 Noise Certification Workshop Maintaining standardsMaintaining standards Application Noise TC Noise Type Certification Conformity check Noise documentApplication Requirements Type Individual Aircraft ICAO CAEP Feedback Standards Bangkok, 6 to 7 November 2006 12 Noise Certification Workshop Maintaining standardsMaintaining standards Feedback:Feedback: Practical problems and experiencePractical problems and experience Equivalent proceduresEquivalent procedures New technology (GPS, digital New technology (GPS, digital eqpmteqpmt)) Bangkok, 6 to 7 November 2006 13 Noise Certification Workshop Maintaining standardsMaintaining standards Feedback also:Feedback also: Economic aspectsEconomic aspects State of the artState of the art New technologyNew technology Developing standards New aircraft technologyNew aircraft technology Bangkok, 6 to 7 November 2006 14 Noise Certification Workshop Maintaining and developing standards Maintaining and developing standards CAEP with its working Groups and CAEP with its working Groups and Technical Subgroups prepare Technical Subgroups prepare proposals for changes to the proposals for changes to the standard and advisory material.standard and advisory material. Bangkok, 6 to 7 November 2006 15 Noise Certification Workshop ConclusionConclusion Primary responsibility for showing Primary responsibility for showing compliance with noise standards is compliance with noise standards is with TCwith TC--holderholder AuthoritiesAuthorities’’ role is verification and role is verification and issuance of documentsissuance of documents Bangkok, 6 to 7 November 2006 16 Noise Certification Workshop ConclusionConclusion All involved have a role in feeding All involved have a role in feeding back into ICAO/CAEP, which is back into ICAO/CAEP, which is essential for keeping the standard essential for keeping the standard up to date.up to date. Bangkok, 6 to 7 November 2006 17 Noise Certification Workshop Noise Certification Workshop The Process Primary Process Primary Process Type Certification for Noise (1) Type Certification for Noise (2) Type Certification for Noise (3) Individual Aircraft Secondary Process Maintaining and developing standards Maintaining standards Maintaining standards Maintaining standards Maintaining and developing standards Conclusion Conclusion
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Score: 722422.3 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...ation-Workshop-2006/Hupe_5.pdf
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For roaming, the business processes may run across network operations and business support (BSS) with possible involvement of marketing sales, if roaming is used as a competitive weapon. (...) One assumption made in the model is that a common set of the high level business processes exist in most MNOs. Thus roaming involves these specific business functions and their specific business processes, in particular ways, with the accompanying operational processes and platforms. (...) However, this may make the cost model somewhat simpler as the outsourced operations involved bundles of services which are clearly identified and priced for the outsourcing service level agreement (SLA) to work.
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Score: 721259.2 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...s/files/basic-html/page29.html
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Microsoft PowerPoint - Safety Strategy MA- 2 Oct 1 MID Region Safety Strategy Mashhor Alblowi Regional Officer, Flight Safety ICAO Middle East Office, Cairo Fourth MID Region Safety Summit Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 2‐3 October 2018 RSC/6-PPT/3 MID Region Safety Strategy 2 MID Region Safety Strategy 3 First MID Region Safety Summit (Bahrain, April 2013)  DGCA‐MID/2 meeting (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, May 2013) Latest version (Revision 5) was  endorsed by the RASG‐MID/6  meeting (Bahrain, Sept 2017)  The RASG‐MID is the governing  body responsible for the review  and update  of the Strategy In line with the Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP) Addresses specific regional safety issues and identifies safety  priorities, indicators and targets for the MID Region Strategic Safety Objective Continuous improvement of aviation safety through a progressive reduction of the number of accidents and related fatalities in the MID Region to be in line with the global average, based on reactive, proactive and predictive safety management practices. 4 REACTIVE Accidents 6 Safety Indicator Number of accidents per million departures  Safety Target Reduce/Maintain the regional average rate of  accidents to be in line with the global average rate by  2016 Average MID 2.76 Average Global 2.76 Official ICAO accident statistics, used for the development of the ICAO safety reports Scheduled commercial operations involving aircraft with MTOW above 5700 kg Average 2012‐2016 Average 2013‐2017 Average MID 2.70 Average Global 2.62 Fatal Accidents 7 Safety Indicator Number of fatal accidents per million departures Safety Target Reduce/Maintain the regional average rate of fatal  accidents to be in line with the global average rate by  2016 Official ICAO accident statistics, used for the development of the ICAO safety reports Scheduled commercial operations involving aircraft with MTOW above 5700 kgAverage 2012‐2016 Average MID 0.64 Average Global 0.26 Average 2013‐2017 Average MID 0.64 Average Global 0.22 Runway Safety (RS) 8 Safety Indicator Number of Runway Safety related accidents per million  departures Safety Target ‐ 1 Reduce/Maintain the regional average rate of Runway Safety  related accidents to be below the global average rate by 2016 Safety Target ‐ 2 Reduce/Maintain the Runway Safety related accidents to be less  than 1 accident per million departures by 2016 Average MID 1.39 1.49 Official ICAO accident statistics, used for the development of the ICAO safety reports Scheduled commercial operations involving aircraft with MTOW above 5700 kg MID 2016 1.54 Average 2012‐2016 Average 2013‐2017 1.14 Average Global 1.48 MID 2017 0 Loss of Control In-flight (LOC-I) 9 Safety Indicator Number of LOC‐I related accidents per million  departures Safety Target Reduce/Maintain the regional average rate of LOC‐I  related accidents to be below the global rate by 2016 Average MID 0 Average Global 0.07 Official ICAO accident statistics, used for the development of the ICAO safety reports Scheduled commercial operations involving aircraft with MTOW above 5700 kgAverage 2012‐2016 Average 2013‐2017 Average MID 0 Average Global 0.08 Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT) 10 Safety Indicator Number of CFIT related accidents per million  departures Safety Target Reduce/Maintain the regional average rate of CFIT  related accidents to be below the global rate by 2016 Official ICAO accident statistics, used for the development of the ICAO safety reports Scheduled commercial operations involving aircraft with MTOW above 5700 kg Average 2012‐2016 Average MID 0 Average Global 0.08 Average 2013‐2017 Average MID 0 Average Global 0.03 PROACTIVE USOAP-CMA 12 Safety Indicator ‐ 1 Regional average EI Safety Target ‐ 1 Increase the regional average EI to be above 70% by 2020 Regional Average EI  73.24% Global Average EI  66.27% 10 States have achieved the target of 60% EI Safety Indicator ‐ 2 Number of MID States with an overall EI over 60% Safety Target ‐ 2 11 MID States to have at least 60% EI by  2020 USOAP-CMA 13 Safety Indicator ‐ 3 Number of MID States with an EI score less than 60% for more  than 2 areas (LEG, ORG, PEL, OPS, AIR, AIG, ANS and AGA)  Safety Target ‐ 3 Max 3 MID States with an EI score less than 60% for more than  2 areas by  2017 7 States Safety Indicator ‐ 4 Number of Significant Safety Concerns (SSCs) Safety Target ‐ 3 MID States resolve identified Significant Safety Concerns as a  matter of urgency and in any case within 12 months from their  identification. (...) NO SSC in MID  Region Aerodrome Certification 14 Runway Safety Team (RST) at MID International Aerodromes Safety Indicator Number of certified international aerodrome as a  percentage of all international aerodromes in the  MID Region Safety Target 50% of the international aerodromes certified by  2015 75% of the international aerodromes certified by  2017 Status 58% Safety Indicator Number of established Runway Safety Team (RST) at  MID International Aerodromes Safety Target 50% of the international aerodromes by 2020 Status 56% IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) 15 Safety Indicator  Use of the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA), to  complement safety oversight activities. Safety Target ‐ 1 Maintain at least 60% of eligible MID airlines to be certified  IATA‐IOSA by 2015 at all times Safety Target ‐ 2 All MID States with an EI of at least 60% use the IATA  Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) to complement their safety  oversight activities, by 2018.
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Score: 720293.1 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...0Safety%20Summit/PTT%202-6.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - PPT3 1 Status of Safety Indicators and Targets Mashhor Alblowi Regional Officer, Flight Safety ICAO Middle East Office, Cairo Directors General of Civil Aviation – Middle East Region,  Fourth Meeting  (DGCA‐MID/4) 17 – 19 October 2017, Muscat, Oman RSC/6-PPT/3 MID Region Safety Strategy Developed by the First MID Safety Summit (Bahrain, April 2013)  Endorsed by the DGCA‐MID/2 meeting (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, May 2013) In line with the Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP) Addresses specific regional safety issues and identifies safety priorities,  indicators and targets for the MID Region The RASG‐MID is the governing body responsible for the review and update   of the Strategy Latest version (Revision 5) was endorsed by the RASG‐MID/6 meeting  (Bahrain, Sept 2017)  2 Strategic Safety Objective Continuous improvement of aviation safety through a progressive reduction of the number of accidents and related fatalities in the MID Region to be in line with the global average, based on reactive, proactive and predictive safety management practices. 3 Accidents 4 Safety Indicator Number of accidents per million departures  Safety Target Reduce/Maintain the regional average rate of  accidents to be in line with the global average rate by  2016 Average MID 2.76 Average Global 2.76 Official ICAO accident statistics, used for the development of the ICAO safety reports Scheduled commercial operations involving aircraft with MTOW above 5700 kg Fatal Accidents 5 Safety Indicator Number of fatal accidents per million departures Safety Target Reduce/Maintain the regional average rate of fatal  accidents to be in line with the global average rate by  2016 Average MID 0.64 Average Global 0.26 Official ICAO accident statistics, used for the development of the ICAO safety reports Scheduled commercial operations involving aircraft with MTOW above 5700 kg Runway Safety (RS) 6 Safety Indicator Number of Runway Safety related accidents per million  departures Safety Target ‐ 1 Reduce/Maintain the regional average rate of Runway Safety  related accidents to be below the global average rate by 2016 Safety Target ‐ 2 Reduce/Maintain the Runway Safety related accidents to be less  than 1 accident per million departures by 2016 Average MID 1.39 Average Global 1.48 Official ICAO accident statistics, used for the development of the ICAO safety reports Scheduled commercial operations involving aircraft with MTOW above 5700 kg MID 2016 1.54 Loss of Control In-flight (LOC-I) 7 Safety Indicator Number of LOC‐I related accidents per million  departures Safety Target Reduce/Maintain the regional average rate of LOC‐I  related accidents to be below the global rate by 2016 Average MID 0 Average Global 0.07 Official ICAO accident statistics, used for the development of the ICAO safety reports Scheduled commercial operations involving aircraft with MTOW above 5700 kg Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT) 8 Safety Indicator Number of CFIT related accidents per million  departures Safety Target Reduce/Maintain the regional average rate of CFIT  related accidents to be below the global rate by 2016 Average MID 0 Average Global 0.08 Official ICAO accident statistics, used for the development of the ICAO safety reports Scheduled commercial operations involving aircraft with MTOW above 5700 kg USOAP-CMA 9 Safety Indicator ‐ 1 Regional average EI Safety Target ‐ 1 Increase the regional average EI to be above 70% by 2020 Regional Average EI  71.96% Global Average EI  65.68% 77% (10 States ) of the MID States have achieved the target of 60% EI Safety Indicator ‐ 2 Number of MID States with an overall EI over 60% Safety Target ‐ 2 11 MID States to have at least 60% EI by  2020 Source: ICAO USOAP CMA On Line Framework (OLF), as of  May 2018 USOAP-CMA 10 Safety Indicator ‐ 3 Number of MID States with an EI score less than 60% for more  than 2 areas (LEG, ORG, PEL, OPS, AIR, AIG, ANS and AGA)  Safety Target ‐ 3 Max 3 MID States with an EI score less than 60% for more than  2 areas by  2017 7 States Safety Indicator ‐ 4 Number of Significant Safety Concerns (SSCs) Safety Target ‐ 3 MID States resolve identified Significant Safety Concerns as a  matter of urgency and in any case within 12 months from their  identification. (...) NO SSC in MID  Region Source: ICAO USOAP CMA On Line Framework (OLF), as of  May 2018 Aerodrome Certification 11 Safety Indicator Safety Target Status Number of certified international aerodrome  as a percentage of all international  aerodromes in the MID Region 50% of the international aerodromes certified by 2015 75% of the international aerodromes certified by 2017 58% Safety Indicator Safety Target Status Number of established Runway Safety Team  (RST) at MID International Aerodromes 50% of the international aerodromes by 2020 56% Runway Safety Team (RST) at MID International Aerodromes IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) 12 Safety Indicator Safety Target Status Use of the IATA  Operational Safety Audit  (IOSA), to complement  safety oversight activities. Maintain at least 60% of eligible MID airlines to be certified IATA‐IOSA by 2015 at all  times 57%  As of Sep 2017  All MID States with an EI of at least 60% use the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA)  to complement their safety oversight activities, by 2018. 4 out of 10 States (40%) ECCAIRS 13 Safety Indicator Safety Target Status Percentage of MID States that use ECCAIRS  for the reporting of accidents and serious  incidents 60% by 2018 80% by 2020 27% already using  ECCAIRS 13% Planning to use  ECCAIRS in 2017 State Safety Programme (SSP) Implementation 14 Safety Indicator Safety Target Status Number of MID States, having completed the SSP gap analysis  on  iSTARS 10 MID States by 2015 10 States started 8 states completed Number of MID States, that have developed an SSP  implementation plan 10 MID States by 2015 7 States Number of MID States with EI>60%, having completed  implementation of SSP Phase 1 All MID States with EI>60% to complete phase 1 by  2016 3 States (4 States‐partially) Number of MID States with EI>60%, having completed  implementation of SSP Phase 2 All MID States with EI>60% to complete phase 2 by  2017 1 State (6 States‐partially)  Number of MID States with EI>60%, having completed  implementation of SSP Phase 3 All MID States with EI>60% to complete phase 3 by  2018 (7 States‐partially) Number of MID States with EI>60%, having completed  implementation of SSP All MID States with EI>60% to complete SSP  implementation by 2020 none 10 States with EI above 60% EI Safety Management System (SMS) Implementation 15 Safety Indicator Safety Target Status Number of MID States with EI>60% that have  established a process for acceptance of individual  service providers’ SMS 30% of MID State with EI>60% by 2015 75% (6 States) 70% of MID States with EI>60% by 2016 100% of MID States with EI>60% by 2017 Fleet Age 16 Safety Indicator Safety Target Status Average Fleet Age States are required to monitor their fleet age.
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Score: 720293.1 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2018/RSC6/PPT3.pdf
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Angelika Plate runs the German based information security consulting company ÆXIS Security Consultants and has worked with many companies in different ISO/IEC 17799 and BS 7799-2 projects to establish, implement, maintain and improve an ISMS. She has been involved in ISO activities for many years, where she was acting as the editor of two international standards dealing with risk assessment, control selection and risk management, and as an editor of the revised version of ISO/IEC 17799, which has now been published. Prior to that, she was involved in the revisions of BS 7799 Parts 1 and 2 in UK and has been supporting and contributing to the development of ISO/IEC 27001, the international version of BS 7799-2. (...) Angelika Plate runs the German based information security consulting company ÆXIS Security Consultants and has worked with many companies in different ISO/IEC 17799 and BS 7799-2 projects to establish, implement, maintain and improve an ISMS. She has been involved in ISO activities for many years, where she was acting as the editor of two international standards dealing with risk assessment, control selection and risk management, and as an editor of the revised version of ISO/IEC 17799, which
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Score: 719453.37 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...urity/200510/bios/s7-plate.pdf
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Members noted Hong Kong, China's increasing involvement with regional and bilateral trade agreements. (...) While the authorities of Hong Kong, China did indicate that they were now following a more “proactive” approach to industrial policy in an effort to promote high value-added activities, this policy involved support for general infrastructure to facilitate development. The authorities re-affirmed that the policy does not involve picking winners or rescuing losers at taxpayers' expense; nor does it involve protecting or subsidising particular industries.
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Score: 712572.56 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/tpr_e/tp208_crc_e.htm
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