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It includes such things as final acts, recommendations, etc. - 9 - TABLE 4.1 ITU-R objectives and outputs Objective 1 Promote coordination and collaboration among members Objective 2 Meet requirements relating to spectrum and orbit access Objective 3 Produce recommendations to achieve connectivity and interoperability Objective 4 Disseminate information and know-how Objective 5 Support and assist membership, in particular developing countries WRC x RRC x Processing of space notices & other related activities x Processing of terrestrial notices & other related activities x Study groups, working parties, task and joint groups x ITU-R publications x Assistance to members, in particular developing countries and LDCs x Radio Regulations Board x Radiocomm. (...) The four high-priority intersectoral outputs have been identified as (without associating any order of priority to their appearance in Table 7.1 below): ITU plenipotentiary conference; the Council and its working groups; budget; corporate governance and communication; and implementation of the relevant WSIS outcomes. - 15 - TABLE 7.1 Intersectoral objectives and outputs Objective 1 Information to membership on activities and financial status Objective 2 Effective management of the Union Objective 3 Intersectoral coordination of activities Objective 4 International cooperation and agreements Objective 5 Information exchange and ITU promotion Plenipotentiary Conference x x x x Council and working groups x x x Budget, corporate governance and communication x x x x WSIS outcomes x x x x x ITU TELECOM x x x WTPF x x WCIT x x Intersectoral coordination x x x x x PART IV – Linking sectoral and intersectoral objectives with the overall goals of the Union 8.1 The overall mission of ITU is to connect the world by extending to all of its inhabitants the benefits of telecommunications and new ICTs. (...) Mission The mission of a Sector or of the General Secretariat describes its main overall function, as set out in the ITU Constitution and Convention. Objectives Objectives refer to the specific purposes and aims of individual Sectors and of the General Secretariat.
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Score: 679014.94 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/st...resolution-71-antalya-2006.pdf
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Table 7.1 Intersectoral objectives and outputs Objective 1 Information to membership on activities and financial status Objective 2 Effective management of the Union Objective 3 Intersectoral coordination of activities Objective 4 International cooperation and agreements Objective 5 Information exchange and ITU promotion Plenipotentiary Conference x x x x Council and working groups x x x Budget, corporate governance and communication x x x x WSIS outcomes x x x x x ITU TELECOM x x x WTPF x x WCIT x x Intersectoral coordination x x x x x PART IV – Linking sectoral and intersectoral objectives with the overall goals of the Union 8.1 The overall mission of ITU is to connect the world by extending to all of its inhabitants the benefits of telecommunications and new ICTs. (...) Figure 8.2 ITU goals, objectives and outputs Table 8.1 Matching specific objectives to the overall goals of the Union Goal 1 Maintain and extend international cooperation Goal 2 Assist in bridging the digital divide, promote global connectivity through WSIS, etc. (...) Mission The mission of a Sector or of the General Secretariat describes its main overall function, as set out in the ITU Constitution and Convention. Objectives Objectives refer to the specific purposes and aims of individual Sectors and of the General Secretariat.
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Score: 679014.94 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/st...resolution-71-antalya-2006.doc
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Preliminary objections | Aerial Incident of 27 July 1955 (Israel v. (...) Bulgaria) - Preliminary objections Cases Previous Next Overview of the case Institution of proceedings Preliminary objections Written proceedings Oral proceedings Orders Judgments Summaries of Judgments and Orders Press releases Correspondence See other cases involving Israel Bulgaria See other cases involving Preliminary objections Written proceedings Preliminary Objections of the Government of the People's Republic of Bulgaria (French version only) 4 December 1958 Procedure(s): Preliminary objections Available in: French Observations and Submissions of the Government of Israel on the Preliminary Objections of the Government of the People's Republic of Bulgaria 3 February 1959 Procedure(s): Preliminary objections Available in: English Oral proceedings Verbatim record 1959/1 Minutes of the Public Hearings held at the Peace Palace, The Hague, from 16 March to 3 April and 26 May 1959, the President, Mr. Klaestad, presiding Procedure(s): Preliminary objections Available in: Original Language Decision(s) of the Court Judgment of 26 May 1959 Preliminary Objections (including the text of the declaration of Judge Zafrulla Khan) Procedure(s): Preliminary objections Available in: English French Bilingual Separate Opinion of Judge Badawi (translation) English French Bilingual Separate Opinion of Judge Armand-Ugon (translation) English French Bilingual Joint Dissenting Opinion by Judges Sir Hersch Lauterpacht, Wellington Koo and Sir Percy Spender English French Bilingual Dissenting Opinion of Judge Goitein English French Bilingual Cases Previous Next Overview of the case Institution of proceedings Preliminary objections Written proceedings Oral proceedings Orders Judgments Summaries of Judgments and Orders Press releases Correspondence See other cases involving Israel Bulgaria See other cases involving Preliminary objections Home Contact Disclaimer Accessibility Faq Employment Sitemap Site search Document search © International Court of Justice 2017-2022 – All rights reserved.
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Score: 678939.55 - https://www.icj-cij.org/en/case/35/preliminary-objections
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DSD :: Sustainable Development Topics :: Rural Development Skip to main links | Skip to another Sustainable Development Topic | Skip to secondary links | Skip to content Links to UN bodies [an error occurred while processing this directive] Links to site map [an error occurred while processing this directive] UN Economic and Social Development Division for Sustainable Development Main Links [an error occurred while processing this directive] SD topics > Rural Development Links to Sustainable Development Topics by Alphabetical Order [an error occurred while processing this directive] 2010/2011 CSD Topics [an error occurred while processing this directive] Rural Development Secondary Links [an error occurred while processing this directive] Promoting sustainable agriculture and rural development (SARD) is the subject of chapter 14 of Agenda 21. The major objective of SARD is to increase food production in a sustainable way and enhance food security. (...) It reaffirmed that the major objectives of SARD are to increase food production and enhance food security in an environmentally sound way so as to contribute to sustainable natural resource management.
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Score: 678559.38 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/susdevtopics/sdt_ruradeve.shtml
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This service allows for provision/remove client transport entities (link connections or connection termination points) to/from server linking entities (topological link or topological link end). (...) Draft new Recommendation X.726: Managed Objects for supporting upper layers Location: COM4-R31 Summary: This Recommendation defines upper-layer managed objects. It establishes a model for common supporting upper-layer objects and provides generic and formal definition for common supporting upper-layer information (managed objects).
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Score: 678522.36 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu-t/com4/circ/157_ww7.doc
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This service allows for provision/remove client transport entities (link connections or connection termination points) to/from server linking entities (topological link or topological link end). (...) Draft new Recommendation X.726: Managed Objects for supporting upper layers Location: COM4-R31 Summary: This Recommendation defines upper-layer managed objects. It establishes a model for common supporting upper-layer objects and provides generic and formal definition for common supporting upper-layer information (managed objects).
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Score: 678522.36 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu-t/circ/circ4/157_ww7.doc
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Resolution 72(Rev.) of the ITU Plenipotentiary Conference, Marrakesh, 2002 RESOLUTION 72 (Rev. Marrakesh, 2002) Linking strategic, financial and operational planning in ITU The Plenipotentiary Conference of the International Telecommunication Union (Marrakesh, 2002), considering a) the adoption of Recommendation 11 (Valletta, 1998) by the World Telecommunication Development Conference, highlighting the need for financial and operational planning to be considered for implementation on an ITU-wide basis by this conference; b) that, in the strategic plan for the Union 2004-2007, as one of the priorities of ITU, operational planning was extended to the three Sectors and the General Secretariat as a mechanism for increasing accountability and transparency and enhancing the linkage between this management tool and the strategic planning and budgeting process, recognizing a) that the process by which progress in achieving the objectives of ITU can be measured could be considerably enhanced through the linkage of strategic, financial and operational plans which set out the activities planned to be undertaken during any given four-year period; b) that operational and financial plans for ITU should set out the activities of the Union, the objectives of those activities and the associated resources, and could be effectively utilized, inter alia : – to monitor progress in the implementation of the programmes of the Union; – to enhance the capacity of the membership to evaluate, using performance indicators, progress in the achievement of programme activities; – to improve the efficiency of these activities; – to ensure transparency, particularly in the application of cost recovery; – to promote complementarity between the activities of ITU and those of other relevant international and regional telecommunication organizations; c) that the introduction of operational planning and its effective linkage to strategic and financial planning may make changes in the Financial Regulations necessary in order to elaborate the relationships between the corresponding documents and to harmonize presentation of the information they contain; d) that an effective and specific oversight mechanism is required in order to enable the Council adequately to audit progress in linking the strategic, operational and financial functions and to assess the implementation of operational plans, resolves to instruct the Secretary-General and the Directors of the three Bureaux 1 to identify particular measures and elements such as those listed in the annex to this resolution which should be considered indicative and not exclusive, to be included in the operational plan, which will assist the Union in implementing the strategic and financial plans and enable the Council to review their implementation; 2 to review the Financial Regulations of the Union, taking into account the views of Member States and the advice of the Sector advisory groups, and to make appropriate proposals for consideration by the Council in the light of recognizing c) and  d) above; 3 to each prepare their consolidated plans reflecting the linkages between strategic, financial and operational planning, for annual review by the Council, instructs the Council 1 to evaluate progress in linking the strategic, financial and operational functions and in implementing operational planning, and to take steps as appropriate to achieve the objectives of this resolution; 2 to take the necessary action to ensure that the future strategic, financial and operational plans will be prepared in line with this resolution; 3 to prepare a report, with any appropriate recommendations, for consideration by the 2006 plenipotentiary conference.   (...) Marrakesh, 2002) Elements associated with operational planning • Detailed specification of activities to be undertaken during any given four-year period, including ongoing work as well as special projects or studies having a fixed duration. • Establishment of performance indicators, benchmarks or milestones in order to measure progress in the achievement of objectives and sub-objectives of the various organizational units. • Establishment of workload scenarios and implementation strategies, and specification of resources available to undertake various tasks. • Specification of strategies to address resource shortfalls through measures such as the re-ordering of priorities, which are precipitated, for example, by relevant conference or assembly decisions having financial resource implications. • Outline of progress on the implementation of decisions taken by plenipotentiary conferences or by the Council. • Specification of measures undertaken to fulfil the objectives outlined in the strategic plan: for example, progress achieved in identifying a range of products and services which could be subject to cost recovery and/or revenue generation. • Outline of progress reports by the various advisory groups.        
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Score: 678517.43 - https://www.itu.int/council/groups/pp02-72rev.html
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The GARD Action Plan - endorsed by 2008 GARD General Meeting - sets out the vision, goal, purpose and strategic objectives for GARD collaborating parties, in order to guide their work between 2008-2013. (...) GARD pursues the following four strategic objectives: GARD core strategic objectives: ADVOCACY. (...) To promote partnering for the prevention and control of chronic respiratory diseases. GARD strategic objectives to support WHO technical work: NATIONAL PLANS ON PREVENTION AND CONTROL.
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Score: 677983 - https://www.who.int/gard/publications/action_plan/en/
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Thailand) - Preliminary objections Cases Previous Next Overview of the case Institution of proceedings Preliminary objections Written proceedings Oral proceedings Other documents Orders Judgments Summaries of Judgments and Orders Press releases Correspondence See other cases involving Cambodia Thailand See other cases involving Preliminary objections See also Request for Interpretation of the Judgment of 15 June 1962 in the Case concerning the Temple of Preah Vihear (Cambodia v . (...) Thailand) Written proceedings Preliminary Objections of the Government of Thailand 23 May 1960 Procedure(s): Preliminary objections Available in: English Observations of the Royal Government of Cambodia (French version only) 22 July 1960 Procedure(s): Preliminary objections Available in: French Oral proceedings Verbatim record 1961 Minutes of the Public Hearings held at the Peace Palace, The Hague, from 10 to 15 April 1961, and on 26 May 1961, the President, M. Winiarski, presiding Procedure(s): Preliminary objections Available in: Original Language Decision(s) of the Court Judgment of 26 May 1961 Preliminary Objections Procedure(s): Preliminary objections Available in: English French Bilingual Declaration by Vice-President Alfaro (as appended immediately after the judgment) English French Bilingual Declaration by Judge Wellington Koo (as appended immediately after the judgment) English French Bilingual Joint Declaration by Judges Sir Gerald Fitzmaurice and Tanaka (as appended immediately after the judgment) English French Bilingual Separate Opinion of Sir Percy Spender English French Bilingual Separate Opinion of Judge Morelli (translation) English French Bilingual Cases Previous Next Overview of the case Institution of proceedings Preliminary objections Written proceedings Oral proceedings Other documents Orders Judgments Summaries of Judgments and Orders Press releases Correspondence See other cases involving Cambodia Thailand See other cases involving Preliminary objections Home Contact Disclaimer Accessibility Faq Employment Sitemap Site search Document search © International Court of Justice 2017-2022 – All rights reserved.
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Score: 677211.13 - https://www.icj-cij.org/en/case/45/preliminary-objections
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Objectives | UNECE Skip to main content English Advanced Search Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Urban Development, Housing & Land Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos UNECE Objectives More options TEM TEM About Us TEM About Objectives Results Programme of Work TEM Members TEM Status Status Comparative Indicators Trust Fund Agreement European Union Reference Material TEM and TER Master Plan Meeting Documents before 2021 (archive) TEM Steering Committees TEM IHEEP About 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 Workshops 2017 2016 2015 TEM and TER Publications Contact us Objectives Description of the needs and objectives of TEM project The socio-economic topics that UNECE TEM project seeks to address: 1. (...) The assistance of the integration process of transport infrastructure systems of Europe thus promoting the overall development of the region. The objectives of TEM project The objectives of the project are divided in three categories, Operational objectives, Specific objectives and General objectives. (The General objectives "outcomes" of the project are coinciding with the above mentioned needs that the project seeks to address): (i) The operational objectives (outputs) of the project are: The assistance in accelerating of the construction of TEM network through the identification of investment needs and priorities, investigation of financial resources needed for TEM construction and the determination of appropriate and innovative pay-back systems for use at the TEM motorway The assistance in designing, building, maintaining, operating and administrating of the TEM motorway network on the territories of participating states The assistance in extending the TEM by including into the basic agreed network new links oriented East-West direction across the North-South axis of TEM The assistance in consolidating the role of the TEM in the progress of transport integration in Europe The promotion and improvement of co-operation in all matters concerning road transport between TEM states having different levels of development The continuation of knowledge dissemination, expertise and know-how developed so far in the TEM region to other regions of the world (ii) The specific objectives (results) of the project are: The co-ordinated actions of the participating countries for the creation of a Trans-European Motorway (TEM) network, that will form a system of high capacity roads ensuring an adequate quality of service for traffic by providing safety, speed and comfort, based on commonly accepted and adopted standards and practices recommended for use by all TEM countries.
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Score: 677211.13 - https://unece.org/objectives
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