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Violence Against Women And Girls In The Media Violence Against Women And Girls In The Media The latest news from UNESCO UN Special Rapporteur Irene Khan launches essay collection “#JournalistsToo” on personal stories of harassment by women journalists UNESCO and Thomson Reuters Foundation launched practical guides on the safety of women journalists UNESCO and partners offer open online course on safety of women journalists UNESCO calls to end online violence against women journalists in 8 March campaign Transforming mentalities: Engaging men and boys to address the root causes of violence against women (Closed) Global Survey: Online violence against women journalists and effective measures to combat the problem UNESCO present at OECD’s High-Level Conference on Ending Violence Against Women Worldwide, at least one out of three women report being victims of violence. (...) UNESCO publication on Media and Violence against Women and Girls to be launched in Canada The Canadian Commission for UNESCO and the French Embassy in Canada are jointly launching the UNESCO publication “Reporting for Violence against Women and Girls: A Handbook for Journalists” on 4 February 2020, at the premises of the French Embassy in Ottawa, Canada. UNESCO launches a handbook for the media on how to report on violence against women and girls On the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, and with the support from the Canadian Commission for UNESCO, the Permanent Delegation of Canada to UNESCO, and in collaboration with France Médias Monde, UNESCO launched the publication “Reporting on Violence against Women and Girls: a Handbook for Journali Reporting on Violence against Women and Girls: UNESCO launches new publication On the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, and with the support from the Canadian Commission for UNESCO, the Permanent Delegation of Canada to UNESCO, and in collaboration with France Médias Monde, UNESCO launches the publication “Reporting on Violence against Women and Girls: a Handbook for Journalists” on
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PMNCH | IN FOCUS: RMNCH & UN September 2011 Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Navigation Home About Our work News and events Knowledge centre Get involved Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu News and events Press centre Newsletter Videos Social media IN FOCUS: RMNCH & UN September 2011 12-22 SEPTEMBER 2011 | NEW YORK New campaigns and reports Campaigns 13 Sept - 7 Billion People: Counting on Each Other – Unleashing the Power of Women & Girls 14 Sept - Women for a Healthy Future 19 Sept - ABC News and The UN Foundation launch "Million Moms Challenge" Reports 12 Sept - Innovating for Every Woman, Every Child Thematic Report launch 14 Sept - WHO report maps noncommunicable disease trends in all countries Report launch 14 Sept - Join up, Scale up: How integration can defeat disease and poverty Report launch 15 Sept - WHO/UNICEF: Levels and Trends in Child Mortality Report 2011 Report launch 15 Sept - MDG Gap Taskforce Report Report launch 19 Sept - PMNCH Report 2011: Analysing Commitments to Advance the Global Strategy for Women's and Children's Health to be published on 19 September 18 Sept - Scaling up action to curb NCDs: How much will it cost & what is cost of inaction? Report launch 19 Sept - PMNCH Report 2011: Analysing Commitments to Advance the Global Strategy for Women's and Children's Health Report launch - To be published on 19 September 19 Sept - Save the Children: No Child Out of Reach Report launch « Previous page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ">9 10 11 Next page » Contents IN FOCUS: RMNCH Sept 2011 LIST of all RMNCH September Events New campaigns and reports PMNCH: Integrating NCDs - The Next Frontier in Women's Health Women Connect for Health & Education: Empowering Women in the Digital Era PMNCH:Gender responsive approaches to NCD's Every Woman, Every Child (EWEC) High-Level Event EWEC Reception Innovating for Every Woman, Every Child "Towards sustainable partnerships and business models" Events in the news Photo galleries You are here: Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health PMNCH News and Events RMNCH news 2011 Quick Links Key documents PMNCH vision Strategy and workplan Annual report PMNCH pamphlet Stay informed PMNCH e-blast Press centre Knowledge centre Get involved Become a member Requests for proposals Employment Share your news Contact us Keep in touch © WHO 2022
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Failure to comply with MSCC (either full or partial) results in cancellation of filing 6 Milestone approach with BIU factor • Allows constellation to be scaled up based on number of satellites already launched. Subject to penalties if milestones are not met SES Proprietary and Confidential | Principles for SES Option 15  Proponent of Option 6, but is updating method based on the following principles: • Have 3 stage milestone methodology of different periods ie 7 years; 7+2 years; 7+2+3 years • Have tests at each milestone, where a certain percentage of the satellites in the filing are launched 1% at 7 years; 20% at 7+2 years; 75% at 7+5 years • Have penalties for failing to meet milestones: reduction of the number of satellites in filing based on number of satellites launched x BIUF • A BIU Factor (BIUF): parameter to scale up the constellation deployment based on the number of satellites that have been launched • Scaling up never allows more satellites than original number filed Example: If an operator launched 10 NGSO satellites within 7+5 year period Assuming BIUF of 5, Operator is allowed to launch 10*5 satellites by the end of the overall 7+5 year period ITU Workshop on Efficient Use of Orbit/Spectrum Resource, 30 Aug 2017 in Bangkok Thailand SES Proprietary and Confidential | Milestones for SES Option 16 ITU Workshop on Efficient Use of Orbit/Spectrum Resource, 30 Aug 2017 in Bangkok Thailand Milestone Description 1 Regulatory period: within 7 years from coordination request information or API submission Criteria: • Minimum 1% of satellites in filing are launched. Fail to meet this, entire filing cancelled 2 Regulatory period: 7+2 =9 years Criteria: - if number of satellites launched > 20% of number of satellites originally filed then PASS. - if number of satellites launched < 20% of number of satellites originally filed then FAIL. • the MIFR will be amended and number of satellites filed will be capped at the Maximum Number of Satellites (MNS): MNS = number of satellites launched at this milestone * BIUF of 5 The BIUF of 5 is used to allow future expansion of the constellation but at the same time limits this maximum number of satellites based on that the number of satellites already launched. 3 Regulatory period: 7+2+3 =12 years Criteria: - if the number of satellites launched > 75% of the number of satellites originally filed (NSF) then PASS - if the number of satellites launched < 75% of the number of satellites originally filed (NSF), then FAIL • the MIFR will be amended; the number of satellites filed will be capped at minimum of (MNS and MNS 2), where: MNS 2 = number of satellites launched at this milestone * BIUF of 1.34 - If the number of satellites that can be brought into use has been capped at milestone 2, the number of satellites that can be brought into use at milestone 3 cannot exceed the milestone 2 capped value. SES Proprietary and Confidential | Milestones for SES Option 17 ITU Workshop on Efficient Use of Orbit/Spectrum Resource, 30 Aug 2017 in Bangkok Thailand Milestone 1 Minimum 1% of NSF launched PASS FAIL If 1 satellite launched 1% of 100 MIFR:100 Filling cancelled Assumption: number of satellites filed originally recorded in the MIFR is 100 Milestone 2 ≥ 20% of NSF launched PASS FAIL If 20 satellites launched 20% of 100 MIFR:100 If 15 satellites launched BIUF of 5 MNS: 15x 5=75 MIFR: 10075 Milestone 3 ≥ 75% of NSF launched Passed Milestone 2 Failed Milestone 2 PASS FAIL PASS FAIL If 75 satellites launched 75% of 100 MIFR:100 Remaining 25 satellites can be launched at anytime If 50 satellites launched BIUF of 1.34 MNS2: 50*1.34=67 MIFR: 10067 Remaining 17 satellites can be launched at anytime If 75 satellites launched 75% of 100 MIFR:75 Number of satellites already capped by milestone 2 to 75 If 40 satellites launched BIUF of 1.34 MNS2: 40*1.34=54 MIFR: min(75,54)= 54 NSF: Number of satellites filed originally recorded in the MIFR MIFR: number of satellites in filing recorded in Master Register Maximum number of satellites in Milestone 2: MNS Maximum number of satellites in Milestone 3: MNS2 within 7 years from API/coordination information submission 7+2 years 7+2+3 years SES Proprietary and Confidential 18 CONCLUSION ITU Workshop on Efficient Use of Orbit/Spectrum Resource, 30 Aug 2017 in Bangkok Thailand SES Proprietary and Confidential | Conclusion 19  SES position: • Support a BIU procedure which minimises abuse by speculative players and provides regulatory certainty to real NGSO systems. • Prevent filings with 100’s of satellites from being brought into use with only one satellite • Extend period of BIU to recognize NGSO systems take longer to deploy • Extension period should not be longer than 12 years to allow other later priority and GSO systems to develop • Milestones developed to ensure satellite deployment is progressing over the extension period  It is beneficial to have more clarity in the provisions relating to the BIU of NGSO frequency assignments  This leads to more efficient use of the limited orbit/spectrum resource ITU Workshop on Efficient Use of Orbit/Spectrum Resource, 30 Aug 2017 in Bangkok Thailand SES Proprietary and Confidential Ting Ling Lee Manager Tingling.lee@ses.com Q2 '16 – Executive Committee – SES PPT Template – KSM – md Connect with us https://www.linkedin.com/company/ses http://twitter.com/SES_Satellites http://www.facebook.com/SES.YourSatelliteCompany http://www.youtube.com/SESVideoChannel http://www.ses.com/blog https://www.instagram.com/ses_satellites/
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toolkit of launch for organizers events DecaDe of action for roaD Safety 2011-2020 1DecaDe of action for roaD Safety 2011-2020 toolkit for organizerS of launch eventS Table of contents introDuction BackgrounD ViSion key meSSageS gloBal Plan for the DecaDe of action for roaD Safety: Summary gloBal Data iDeaS for launch eVentS an iDeal launch eVent a SymBol for all: the roaD Safety tag SuPPort from the uniteD nationS roaD Safety collaBoration contact 2 3 4 5 7 9 11 13 14 15 17 Introduction This “toolkit for organizers” is intended as a guide to help plan events to launch the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020 on 11 May 2011. (...) Key global data on road traffic injuries are also presented. Ideas for launch events are listed, as is a description of what constitutes an ideal launch. (...) A Facebook page has also been launched to draw attention to the Decade and provide a forum for debate and discussion.
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Score: 502911.9 - https://www.who.int/roadsafety..._of_action/toolkit/english.pdf
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Behind this quote is a guiding philosophy, which inspired all our Accelerator Lab’s launching activities. This official launch wasn’t an item on our onboarding checklist. (...) We started by building a conscious design for all our launching activities that aims to lead by example. (...) Departing from that, we aligned our launch event agenda with that big picture. For example, the launch event had a highlight session with Her Excellency Minister of International Cooperation Dr.
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Development Planning Handbook for Community Development Launched | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Maldives Who we are What we do Our Impact Get Involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our Impact Get Involved English Locations Home Maldives Development Planning Handbook for Community Development Launched Development Planning Handbook for Community Development Launched June 23, 2021 From the virtual launch of the Development Planning Handbook. The virtual launching ceremony of the Development Planning Handbook to assist community development leaders was held on June 20, 2021. (...) Read more Press Releases MINISTRY OF GENDER, FAMILY AND SOCIAL SERVICES LAUNCHES THE GENDER EQUALITY ACTION PLAN Malé, March 22, 2022: Ministry of Gender, Family and Social Services (MoGFSS) has launched the National Gender Equality Action Plan (GEAP), formulated in partners...
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This is a key milestone for UNDP which will have significant impact on the development agenda of the country. The launch ceremony was presided by local solutions showcase, prototype presentation by students from public primary schools of Bongoyo and Oysterbay. (...) They will focus on ensuring that youth and women are full participants of this work.” During the launch in Dar es Salaam, Ms. Musisi was joined by Prof. (...) The Labs have attracted over $70 million - $33 million from the Federal Republic of Germany, $20 million from the State of Qatar, $5.5 million from the Republic of Italy, and $20 million UNDP core partners Some of the exhibitors explaining their work to participants during the launch of Accelerator Lab Tanzania One of the inventions which was on display at the launch Accelerator Lab launch ceremony in Dar es Salaam Videos - Launch video  - Artificial inteligence presentation  Photos Launch photos Related Content Publications The Engine of Trade in Africa A consolidated regional report from national consultations and online regional surveys of women on trade held in preparation for the launch of negotiations on the...
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Wednesday 21 October, 12:45 – 14:15 - Yellow Pavilion, Algarrobo room Organized by Forest Connect Session 6.2: "Instruments for Forest Planning and Development"   Thursday 22 October, 15:00 - 16:00 - Lapacho room Presentation of the position paper of the NFP Facility: National forest programmes: a platform for forest planning and sustainable development Burundi - Launching workshop - 24/25 September 2009 Vietnam - FAO-NFP Facility training on enhancing stakeholder participation in nfps - 6/11 September 2009   Liberia - Launching workshop - 2/3 September 2009 Press release - Daily Observer   Progresses of the nfp in Cambodia National forest programme in Cambodia   , H.E. (...) XXIII , No. 2 April-June 2009. Cape Verde - Launching workshop - 12/13 August 2009 Ivory Coast - Launching workshop - 27/28 July 2009 Togo - Launching workshop - 22/24 July 2009 Press release - Togo Press N. 8081 - 23 July 2009   Zimbabwe - Launching workshop - 15/16 July 2009 Thailand - Workshop on nfp - 11/12 June 2009 Bhutan - Launching workshop - 16/17 June 2009   Bolivia - Launching workshop - 10/11 June 2009    Paraguay - Launching the 2nd phase of the partnership - 2/3 June 2009   Suriname – Launching workshop – 26 May 2009   Nigeria – FAO-NFP Facility training on enhancing participation in nfps - 18/22 May 2009   Tunisia – Mission to relaunch the partnership - 12/16 May 2009 China - Launching the 2nd phase of the partnership - 13 May 2009   Lesotho – FAO-NFP Facility training module on collaborative conflict management for enhanced nfps - 4/8 May 2009   Ecuador - Launching the 2nd phase of the partnership - 7 May 2009   Central Asia - Sub-Regional Workshop on nfps - 5/8 May 2009   Samarkand, Uzbekistan Workshop to enhance Collaboration in Central Asia on the Development of Forest Policy, Legal and Institutional framework with focus on nfp for Sustainable Forest Management Gambia – Launching workshop – 28/29 Avril 2009   CPF Funding Forestry Newsletter The online  CPF Sourcebook on Funding for Sustainable Forest Management compiles information on funding sources, policies and delivery mechanisms, with particular focus on projects in developing countries. (...) Facility- PROFOR Side Event on Forest Financing Strategies at UNFF8 -  Monday 20 April 2009   Uganda – Launching the 2nd phase of the partnership   Cambodge – Workshop on public consultation for the nfp draft 30-31 March 2009 in Siem Reap  Guatemala - Discussion Forum - 30 Mars 2009  How to make Guatemala green?
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Score: 501690.14 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/nfp-facility/63961/en/
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article UNICEF and the Ministry of Health launch the Client Satisfaction and Feedback Mechanism The launch was officiated by the Honorable Minister of Health, Senator Lizzie Nkosi and was attended by senior officials from the Ministry of Health. Nonhlanhla Hleta-Nkambule UNICEF Eswatini/2020 Home Stories UNICEF and the Ministry of Health launch the Client Satisfaction and Feedback Mechanism 01 June 2020 UNICEF in collaboration with the Ministry of Health – Health Management and Information System (HMIS) Unit and National Quality Management Programme launched the Client Satisfaction and Feedback Mechanism (CSFM) which aims at using the feedback from clients to improve the performance of health facilities.  The launch is a culmination of work done since 2015 including development and piloting of the system. 
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PMNCH | Ghana launches AU Campaign to End Child Marriage Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Navigation Home About Our work News and events Knowledge centre Get involved Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu News and events Press centre Newsletter Videos Social media Ghana launches AU Campaign to End Child Marriage 10 FEBRUARY 2016 | ACCRA, GHANA In an effort to strengthen and accelerate national consciousness and action towards ending child marriage, the Government of the Republic of Ghana has now launched the AU Campaign to End Child Marriage in Africa. (...) The Republic of Ghana is the 11th African Nation to launch the AU Campaign to End Child Marriage. The Ghanaian launch of the campaign took place in Accra at the State Banquet Hall, and was hosted by H.E. (...) The First lady was among 11 first ladies present at the launch, which included the First Ladies of Ethiopia, Kenya and Sierra Leone.
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