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This involves, on one hand, empowering of all the actors involved, with equal-footing decision making power, and, on the other hand, the need to take decisions by consensus to look for common grounds and compromise to set flexible and cooperative management measures. Such change involves time and significant reassessment of roles. (...) It is important to point out that most of the actors involved, firmly believe that all these investments will bear fruit for the good of the resource and the fishing sector.
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Score: 384586.47 - https://sdgs.un.org/partnershi...es-governance-model-based-co-0
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Workers Workers directly involved and workers indirectly involved. In addition to regular paid employees, including part-time workers, the statistics cover temporary, casual and seasonal workers. (...) Types of data collected number of strikes and lockouts number of economic units involved number of workers involved duration time not worked branch of economic activity subject of dispute outcome of dispute method of settlement occupational groups involved Concepts and definitions Strike A concerted work stoppage initiated by workers. (...) Workers involved The number of workers involved may be measured in several ways: as the total number of workers involved at any time during the action, whether the involvement was for the full duration or only part of it, as the highest number of workers involved at any one time, or as the total employment in the economic units involved.
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Score: 384319.48 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM7/E/BF.html
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Page 493 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 493 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology P. 493 Unleashing the potential of the Internet of Things 5 • The capability of error control for communications involves the abilities of ensuring correct message transfer from source entity to destination entity [C-2-7]. • Quality of Service enabling communication capability provides mechanisms to enable support of Quality of Service for message transfer from source entity to destination entity [C-2-8]. • The capability of self-configuring for networking involves the abilities of automatically configuring networking parameters based on discovered network interfaces and predefined rules [C-2-9]. • The capability of self-healing for networking involves the abilities of automatically recovering from fault status of networking based on monitoring and predefined rules [C-2-10]. • The capability of self-optimizing for networking involves the abilities of automatically optimizing networking operations based on monitoring and predefined rules [C-2-11]. • The capability of self-protecting for networking involves the abilities of automatically protecting networking entities from harmful operations based on predefined rules [C-2-12]. • Content-aware communication capability involves the abilities of selecting path and routing of messages based on content and predefined rules [C-2-13]. NOTE 2 – This capability can be used to block messages based on the specified content and predefined rules. • The capability of location-based communication involves the abilities of identifying locations and initiating communication control based on identified locations and predefined rules [C-2-14]. • The capability of transport acknowledgement involves the abilities of acknowledging the correct message delivery to support reliable communications as required by IoT applications [C-2-15]. • The capability of adaptable networking involves the abilities of extending networking configurations for connecting to emerging communication networks of the IoT [ITU-T Y.2060] in order to be adaptable to different networking technologies [C-2-16]. 8.3 Application support capabilities The application support group includes programmable interface provision, group management, time synchronization, orchestration, user management, and application operation acknowledgement capabilities. • The capability of programmable interface provision involves the abilities of supporting new services or customized services based on existing capabilities and application specific requirements [C-3-1]. • The capability of group management involves the abilities of creating, modifying, deleting, and querying IoT groups, and adding, modifying, deleting and querying IoT group members [C-3-2]. • The capability of time synchronization involves the abilities of synchronizing the time among related functional components in a reliable way, in order to support global or local time stamping for applications [C-3-3]. • Orchestration capability involves the abilities of automatic arrangement and coordination of service provisioning or device operations in order to fulfil application specific requirements [C-3-4]. • User management capability involves the abilities of creating, querying, updating and deleting IoT user profiles, and authenticating, authorizing, registering and auditing IoT users [C-3-5].
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Score: 383569.65 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../files/basic-html/page493.html
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Underrepresented regions include the South Atlantic, South Pacific, and Arctic, despite known vulnerabilities to OA. 7) Stakeholder involvement of the VCs SDG 14.3 follows general tendency of VC submissions overall, as most of the 1400 submitted VCs were done by Governments and NGOs. (...) We were excited to see that policy makers are involved in many VCs. This is in line with the stakeholder statistics presented on all VCs, particularly those directly focusing on OA since government and academia / scientists were the highest percentage of stakeholders involved in these VCs. We also wanted to get a sense of how many people were involved in achieving each VC. These numbers ranged between less than 10, and over 100.
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Score: 382936.23 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...nterim_assessment_abridged.pdf
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The categories were families in which women were involved in fisheries (WIF families) and families in which women were not involved in fisheries (WNIF families). (...) Civil Status of women involved in fisheries and women not involved in fisheries. 0 50 100 Single Married Widow % of women C iv il S ta tu s o f th e w o m en Women not involved in fisheries Women involved in fisheries 8 Table 2. (...) The number of women who can write and/or read was significantly higher among those not involved in fisheries than those involved in fisheries (p < 0.01) (Table 2).
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Score: 382353.98 - https://www.fao.org/fishery/st...er-rights/root/volume8/C83.pdf
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Most health programmes are interested in building on the experiences and structures of CDTI and in involving CDDs in their activities.Two-thirds of CDDs are already involved in EPI. (...) To identify the roles played by communities in the introduction and implementation of other health and development activities in which CDDs are involved. To identify policies and practices with respect to community involvement and ownership of the other health and development programmes in which CDDs are involved. (...) TDR/IDE/CDDI/03.1 THE INVOLVEMENT OF CDDI IN HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES 18 • “The CDDs are involved to compensate them since they are not well compensated in the CDTI programme.
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Score: 382313.13 - https://www.who.int/tdr/public...documents/ivermect_distrib.pdf
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Workers Workers directly involved, workers indirectly involved and workers rendered idle in economic units other than those directly involved in the strike or lockout. (...) Types of data collected number of strikes and lockouts number of economic units involved number of workers involved duration time not worked matter in dispute union(s) involved dates stoppage commenced and ceased Information on the outcome of the dispute, the terms of settlement and official or unofficial status are collected but not processed or published. (...) Time not worked is measured for workers directly involved and workers indirectly involved. The shorter working hours of part-time workers are taken into account as time not worked by part-time workers involved is converted to full-time equivalents.
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Score: 382199.66 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM7/E/IE.html
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Workers Workers directly involved and workers indirectly involved. In addition to regular paid employees, including part-time workers, the statistics cover temporary, casual and seasonal workers. (...) Types of data collected number of strikes number of economic units involved number of workers involved time not worked Information on the duration, the matter in dispute, the types of action, methods of settlement, trade unions involved, etc. is collected by another directorate, and does not form part of the monthly compilation of data. (...) No information is collected on economic units involved in generalized strikes. Workers involved The number of workers involved is the maximum number of workers that took part during the course of the stoppage, even if some workers participated for only part of the duration.
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Score: 381894.34 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM7/E/FR.html
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Minimum threshold: 10 workers involved. Economic activities: All economic activities and sectors. (...) The number of establishments involved is counted for all types of strike covered. Workers involved: The number of workers involved relates to workers directly involved and workers indirectly involved.
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Score: 381894.34 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM7/E/hu.html
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Workers Workers directly involved, workers indirectly involved and workers rendered idle in economic units other than those directly involved in the strikes or lockouts. (...) Types of data collected number of strikes and lockouts number of economic units involved number of workers involved duration time not worked matter in dispute outcome of dispute characteristics of workers involved Concepts and definitions Strike All spontaneous work stoppages. (...) It is characterized by a single activity being carried out at a given location (factory, workshop, worksite, etc.). Workers involved The number of workers involved is the maximum number of workers that took part during the course of the stoppage, even if some workers participated for only part of the duration.
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Score: 381893.46 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM7/E/MG.html
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