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This company is not involved in any biotechnological research. Company “Vilora” - Ing. (...) During the last years the company is involved only in maintenance breeding. Research Institute of Vegetables s.r.o., Nové Zámky No Website Available Research Institute of Vegetables s.r.o., Nové Zámky is a private company involved in plant breeding research since 1986. (...) It has been involved in plant breeding since 1946 and in plant biotechnology since 1982.
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Score: 368957.06 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...res/europe/slovak-republic/fr/
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World Vision https://www.worldvision.com.au/get-involved/school- resources/detail/what-is-poverty- Students develop their understanding of poverty through exploring its impacts on people and learn about some of the indicators of global poverty and compare indicators for Australia and Uganda. https://www.worldvision.com.au/get-involved/school-resources/group/geography-of-human-well-being-a-diverse-and-connected-world https://www.worldvision.com.au/get-involved/school-resources/group/geography-of-human-well-being-a-diverse-and-connected-world https://www.worldvision.com.au/get-involved/school-resources/group/geography-of-human-well-being-a-diverse-and-connected-world https://plancanada.ca/downloads/planyouth/poverty-toolkit.pdf https://www.oxfam.org.uk/education/resources/everyone-counts https://www.worldvision.com.au/get-involved/school-resources/detail/lucy-s-story https://www.worldvision.com.au/get-involved/school-resources/detail/lucy-s-story https://practicalaction.org/schools-pumpkins https://www.worldvision.com.au/get-involved/school-resources/detail/what-is-poverty- https://www.worldvision.com.au/get-involved/school-resources/detail/what-is-poverty- SDG Resources Multimedia Educational Resources Title Organization Link Description By 2030 Nobody Will Live In Extreme Poverty Anywhere in The World The Global Goals http://cdn.worldslargestlesson.globalgoals.org/2015/07/Goal-1- quote1.png Poster with quote on poverty eradication. (...) -what-causes-poverty https://www.worldvision.com.au/get-involved/school-resources/detail/1.-what-is-poverty https://www.worldvision.com.au/get-involved/school-resources/detail/1. (...) v=OPnZ43Q8GbY https://www.worldvision.com.au/get-involved/school-resources/detail/2.-what-causes-poverty https://www.worldvision.com.au/get-involved/school-resources/detail/2.
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Score: 368185.4 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...es/selected-resources-sdg1.pdf
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Cristina BIANCONIBIANCONI TRAFFICKING of MINORS TRAFFICKING of MINORS for ROBBERY: for ROBBERY: a SUCCESSFULL CASE a SUCCESSFULL CASE PROSECUTED by TURIN PROSECUTED by TURIN PUBLIC PROSECUTION PUBLIC PROSECUTION OFFICEOFFICE THE CASETHE CASE The case involved an organized criminal The case involved an organized criminal group dedicated to human trafficking, group dedicated to human trafficking, especially minors from the town of especially minors from the town of BISTRITA (Romania)BISTRITA (Romania) The minors were forced to commit The minors were forced to commit robberies in shopping centers in Northen robberies in shopping centers in Northen Italy Italy Investigations started in February 2005Investigations started in February 2005 THE ROUTETHE ROUTE THE INVESTIGATIONTHE INVESTIGATION During the investigative phase, we During the investigative phase, we were informed that were informed that a Public Prosecutor from the a Public Prosecutor from the ““Investigative Directorate on Investigative Directorate on Organised Crime and Terrorism of Organised Crime and Terrorism of BistritaBistrita--NasaudNasaud”” was also carrying out investigations was also carrying out investigations involving minors, as young as 13, involving minors, as young as 13, forced into robbing in Italyforced into robbing in Italy THE INVESTIGATION (ctd.)THE INVESTIGATION (ctd.)
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Score: 368159.57 - https://www.un.org/development...es/unpd_om_200606_bianconi.pdf
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Roma, RM, Italia Agriculture Number of people involved: 16+: 2 Published Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan Climate Change Number of people involved: 11 -15: 17 16+: 15 Published Posong, Kledung, Temanggung, Jawa Tengah, Indonesia Forests Number of people involved: 16+: 200 Published Kandangan, Temanggung, Jawa Tengah, Indonesia Agriculture Number of people involved: 11 -15: 3 16+: 7 Published SMP Negeri 1 Kranggan, Kranggan Kaloran, Kranggan, Jawa Tengah, Indonesia Biodiversity Number of people involved: 11 -15: 150 16+: 52 Published Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional, República Dominicana Climate Change Number of people involved: 11 -15: 52 16+: 61 Published Parque Nacional Terepaima, Araure, Portuguesa, Venezuela Biodiversity Number of people involved: 11 -15: 2 16+: 5 Published Universidad Catolica del Norte - Larrondo, Coquimbo, Chile Forests Number of people involved: 16+: 12 Published Villavicencio, Meta, Colombia Forests Number of people involved: 11 -15: 18 16+: 8 Published La Crucecita, Santa María Huatulco, México Climate Change Number of people involved: 11 -15: 2 16+: 15 Published 1 2 3 Averigua más sobre nuestras diversas actividades al hacer clic en los enlaces inferiores: Insignias de la YUNGA Desarrollo de capacidades Creando ciudadanos globales Una voz para la juventud Coordinación y acción internacional Programas nacionales  Mini-donaciones Creando un cambio de comportamiento Concursos de dibujo Contacto Términos y condiciones Protección de datos y privacidad Alerta de estafa Reportar mala conducta Empleo Adquisiciones Órganos rectores Oficina del Inspector General Evaluación Oficina Jurídica Oficina de Ética Departamentos y oficinas de la FAO Oficina Regional para África Oficina Regional para Asia y el Pacífico Oficina Regional para Europa y Asia Central Oficina Regional para América Latina y el Caribe Oficina Regional para el Cercano Oriente y África del Norte Oficinas subregionales X Síguenos en                                             Descarga nuestra App © FAO, 2022
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Roma, RM, Italia Agriculture Number of people involved: 16+: 2 Published Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan Climate Change Number of people involved: 11 -15: 17 16+: 15 Published Posong, Kledung, Temanggung, Jawa Tengah, Indonesia Forests Number of people involved: 16+: 200 Published Kandangan, Temanggung, Jawa Tengah, Indonesia Agriculture Number of people involved: 11 -15: 3 16+: 7 Published SMP Negeri 1 Kranggan, Kranggan Kaloran, Kranggan, Jawa Tengah, Indonesia Biodiversity Number of people involved: 11 -15: 150 16+: 52 Published Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional, República Dominicana Climate Change Number of people involved: 11 -15: 52 16+: 61 Published Parque Nacional Terepaima, Araure, Portuguesa, Venezuela Biodiversity Number of people involved: 11 -15: 2 16+: 5 Published Universidad Catolica del Norte - Larrondo, Coquimbo, Chile Forests Number of people involved: 16+: 12 Published Villavicencio, Meta, Colombia Forests Number of people involved: 11 -15: 18 16+: 8 Published La Crucecita, Santa María Huatulco, México Climate Change Number of people involved: 11 -15: 2 16+: 15 Published 1 2 3 Pour en savoir plus sur nos activités, cliquez sur les liens ci-dessous: Ressources YUNGA  Développement des capacités Création des citoyens du monde Donner une voix aux jeunes Coordination et action internationale Programme de pays  Mini-subventions Création d'un changement de comportement Concours de dessin Contactez-nous Termes et conditions Protection et confidentialité des données Alerte aux messages frauduleux Signaler un cas de mauvaise conduite Emplois Achats Organes directeurs Bureau de l'Inspecteur général Évaluation Bureau juridique Bureau de la déontologie Départements et Bureaux de la FAO Bureau régional pour l'Afrique Bureau régional pour l'Asie et le Pacifique Bureau régional pour l'Europe et l'Asie centrale Bureau régional pour l'Amérique latine et les Caraïbes Bureau régional pour le Proche-Orient et l'Afrique du Nord Bureaux sous-régionaux X Suivez-nous                                             Téléchargez notre App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 368145.02 - https://www.fao.org/yunga/activities/fr/
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Page 492 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 492 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology P. 492 5 Unleashing the potential of the Internet of Things • Service composition capability involves the abilities of creating new services or customized services based on existing capabilities and user specific requirements [C-1-3]. • Mobility service capability involves the abilities of remote access to the IoT, and remote authentication of users [C-1-4]. • Autonomic service capability involves the abilities of automatic capturing, transferring, and analysing data of things, and automatic service provisioning based on predefined rules or policies [C-1-5]. • Location-based and context-aware service capability involves the abilities of automatically provisioning services based on location and context information, and predefined rules or policies [C-1-6]. • Service discovery capability involves the abilities of discovering IoT users, services, devices and things [C-1-7]. • Service subscription capability involves the abilities of subscribing the needed services and associated data of things by IoT users [C-1-8]. • Naming and addressing capability involves the abilities of creating, updating, deleting, querying names and addresses of users, devices and things [C-1-9]. • Virtual storage and processing capability involves the abilities of providing storage and processing resources in a scalable way [C-1-10]. • The capability of adaptable service provision involves the abilities of extending service configurations to provide new services as required by applications or users of the IoT in order to be adaptable to different applications or users of the IoT [C-1-11]. • The capability of service provision acknowledgement involves the abilities of acknowledging the correct service provision requested by applications or users of the IoT in order to support reliable service provision in the IoT [C-1-12]. 8.2 Communication capabilities The communication group includes event-based communication, periodic communication, self- configuring for networking, self-healing for networking, self-optimizing for networking, self- protection for networking, multicast communication, unicast communication, broadcast communication, anycast communication, error control for communication, Quality of Service enabling communication, content-aware communication, location-based communication, transport acknowledgement and adaptable networking capabilities. • Event-based communication capability enables IoT devices and service provider to initiate communication based on predefined events [C-2-1]. • Periodic communication capability enables IoT devices and service provider to periodically initiate communication based on predefined rules [C-2-2].
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Score: 368145.02 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../files/basic-html/page492.html
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Page 494 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 494 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology P. 494 5 Unleashing the potential of the Internet of Things • The capability of application support operation acknowledgement involves the abilities of acknowledging the correct operations requested by applications in order to support reliable application operations in the IoT [C-3-6]. 8.4 Data management capabilities The data management group includes data storage, data processing, data querying, data access control, open information exchange, semantic data operation and autonomic data operation capabilities. • The capability of data storage involves the ability of storing data of things based on predefined rules and policies [C-4-1]. • The capability of data processing involves the ability of data fusion and mining based on predefined rules and policies [C-4-2]. (...) From an implementation perspective, the operation of data fusing includes data collection and data representation, and the operation of data mining includes data interpretation. • The capability of data querying involves the ability of querying information about things connected to the IoT [C-4-3]. • The capability of data access control involves the abilities of controlling and monitoring data access operations by the owners of the data [C-4-4]. • The capability of open information exchange involves the abilities of sending data to or receiving data from external data sources, e.g., data centres and data servers outside the IoT [C-4-5]. • The capability of semantic data operation involves the abilities of semantic annotating, semantic discovering, semantic storing, and semantic composing data of things to fulfil the requirements of IoT users or applications [C-4-6]. • The capability of autonomic data operation involves the abilities of automatically collecting, aggregating, transferring, storing, analysing data of things, and automatically managing these data operations for support of operating data of things in a scalable way [C-4-7]. (...) NOTE – The abilities involved in the management capabilities specified in this Recommendation may be operated in a remote way.
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.  Virtual secondments (e.g. involving 25% to 50% of a person’s time) could be a cost-effective way to supplement the secretariat’s capacity, including technical capacity.  The IAT proposal for a UN Forest Assembly goes beyond a name change to capture the potential to strengthen the Forum by include key non-government actors in high level segments and greater involvement of major groups and regional mechanisms. (...) 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: 368116.55 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...HEG2-SUMMARY-DISCUSSION-AM.PDF
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The private sector is involved as contractors, consultants and the newly established Micro and small enterprises. The involved civil society is only comprised of the beneficiaries in terms of housing provision and job creation but also the academic institutions which were largely involved to provide technical advice.   6. (...) Who were the stakeholders involved in the design of the initiative and in its implementation?
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Score: 368090.1 - https://publicadministration.u...nProfilev2014/mid/1170/id/3250
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(World Bank, 1996) IWG-PA (FAO initiative) – process of involvement of all stakeholders in designing development strategies and policies, as well as in all phases of development activities Some keywords: dialogue among actors, respect opinions, values and norms, communication and active listening, interests, negotiation, partnerships, decision-making Participation as a means or/and as an objective 5th International Workshop on Land Market Development and Land Consolidation – Skopje, 21-24 April 2013 What  Stakeholders All individuals, groups or organizations (any kind) that are affected by the outcome or those who can affect the outcome of an intervention / project  Stakeholders’ involvement 4 Will everybody be involved ? Involve just who’s significant Will everybody be involved in the same way ? (...)  Name activities that you think that the Landnet could develop (related to stakeholders involvement / participation) 17
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Score: 367415.82 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ANDNET/2013_2/5.1_Ambar_en.pdf
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