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. • Four main elements of Coordination in National Statistical Systems • Validation (reliable reporting) • Participation (including collaboration, ownership, stakeholder empowerment) • Harmonization • Resource maximization (including. cost effectiveness, modernization) Results of effective coordination • Effective use of funds (public money) in the most efficient way • Ensure synergy of competences and resources • Avoid duplication and reduce response burden • Avoid discrepancies • Provide users maximum oversight and accessibility • Better use of partner engagement Backed by • A Good Statistical Act • Well articulated NSDS Coordination- Resource Maximization • Good coordination can produce inventories on each partner support thus avoiding duplication of resources. • Other Resource Maximization Actions • examine effective available or existing resources • analyze areas that need more resources with a view of ensuring cost effective overtime • Comparative Advantage Conclusions and recommendations • Need for legal framework that build international trust • Existence of statistical programme that guides national priorities • NDP • NSDS • Encourage the establishment of donors coordination at national level • With COVID-19 impact, • Building back better for resilient and agile national statistical systems • Transforming by digitalizing statistical systems THANK YOU!
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Score: 740746.14 - https://www.uneca.org/sites/de...rdination_and_partnership1.pdf
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Four ways countries can optimize ICT data to maximize social impact. Policy-makers would agree that information and communication technologies can accelerate progress on all 17 of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The post Four ways countries can optimize ICT data to maximize social impact. appeared first on ITU Hub.
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Score: 740728.5 - https://www.itu.int/hub/tag/internet-governance/feed/
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Fiche d’information sur l’affaire - Le Procureur c. Maxime Jeoffroy Eli Mokom Gawaka Fiche d’information sur l’affaire Situation en République Centrafricaine II Le Procureur c. Maxime Jeoffroy Eli Mokom Gawaka ICC-01/14-01/22 Mise à jour : 17 mars 2022 Suspecté de crimes de guerre et crimes contre l'humanité qui auraient été commis en divers endroits de la République centrafricaine (RCA) entre au moins le 5 décembre 2013 et au moins décembre 2014. (...) Fiche d’information sur l’affaire Le Procureur c. Maxime Jeoffroy Eli Mokom Gawaka Composition de la Chambre préliminaire II Juge Rosario Salvatore Aitala (juge président) Juge Antoine Kesia‐Mbe Mindua Juge Tomoko Akane Représentation du Bureau du Procureur Karim A.
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Score: 739648.3 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/...InformationSheets/MokomFra.pdf
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Map Position:  Our courses and events Course Bonn 10 Oct - 14 Oct 2022 The UN Country Team Leadership Course: Maximizing Synergies for Greater Impact #Sustainable development and the SDGs SIGN UP Course Bonn 27 Jun - 01 Jul 2022 The UN Country Team Leadership Course: Maximizing Synergies for Greater Impact #Sustainable development and the SDGs SIGN UP Course Bonn 02 May - 05 May 2022 Results-Based Management to support implementation of the 2030 Agenda #Management #Sustainable development and the SDGs SIGN UP Course Bonn 04 Apr - 08 Apr 2022 The UN Country Team Leadership Course: Maximizing Synergies for Greater Impact #Sustainable development and the SDGs SIGN UP Course Bonn 04 Oct - 08 Oct 2021 The UN Country Team Leadership Course: Maximizing Synergies for Greater Impact - October #Leadership #Sustainable development and the SDGs Course Online & Face-To-Face, location TBC 13 Sep - 25 Feb 2022 RCO Learning Path #Sustainable development and the SDGs See more Courses Find a course Browse by topic My UNSSC mobile app Services Tailor-made learning E-learning solutions Facilitation & retreats Advisory services Campuses Turin Campus Bonn Campus Virtual Campus News & Insights News Blog Resources Social Feeds Newsletter About UNSSC Mission Activities Faculty & speakers Donors Partners History Board of Governors UNSSC Director UNSSC management team Annual report Employment opportunities Commercial opportunities Featured themes Women's Voices for an Equal Future UN Leadership Culture Assessment Tool Building Capacity for Agenda 2030 SD Talks The UN Reflection Series The UN Summer Academy UNSSC Commits to Climate Action through Learning Contact us Intranet Privacy Policy United Nations System Staff College - Viale Maestri del Lavoro 10, 10127 Torino, Italy - Tel: +39 011 65 35 911 Fax: +39 011 65 35 902
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Map Position:  Our courses and events Course Bonn 10 Oct - 14 Oct 2022 The UN Country Team Leadership Course: Maximizing Synergies for Greater Impact #Sustainable development and the SDGs SIGN UP Course Bonn 27 Jun - 01 Jul 2022 The UN Country Team Leadership Course: Maximizing Synergies for Greater Impact #Sustainable development and the SDGs SIGN UP Course Bonn 02 May - 05 May 2022 Results-Based Management to support implementation of the 2030 Agenda #Management #Sustainable development and the SDGs SIGN UP Course Bonn 04 Apr - 08 Apr 2022 The UN Country Team Leadership Course: Maximizing Synergies for Greater Impact #Sustainable development and the SDGs SIGN UP Course Bonn 04 Oct - 08 Oct 2021 The UN Country Team Leadership Course: Maximizing Synergies for Greater Impact - October #Leadership #Sustainable development and the SDGs Course Online & Face-To-Face, location TBC 13 Sep - 25 Feb 2022 RCO Learning Path #Sustainable development and the SDGs See more Courses Find a course Browse by topic My UNSSC mobile app Services Tailor-made learning E-learning solutions Facilitation & retreats Advisory services Campuses Turin Campus Bonn Campus Virtual Campus News & Insights News Blog Resources Social Feeds Newsletter About UNSSC Mission Activities Faculty & speakers Donors Partners History Board of Governors UNSSC Director UNSSC management team Annual report Employment opportunities Commercial opportunities Featured themes Women's Voices for an Equal Future UN Leadership Culture Assessment Tool Building Capacity for Agenda 2030 SD Talks The UN Reflection Series The UN Summer Academy UNSSC Commits to Climate Action through Learning Contact us Intranet Privacy Policy United Nations System Staff College - Viale Maestri del Lavoro 10, 10127 Torino, Italy - Tel: +39 011 65 35 911 Fax: +39 011 65 35 902
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Score: 739648.3 - https://www.unssc.org/taxonomy/term/668/
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Mokom | International Criminal Court Aller au contenu principal Trying individuals for genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and aggression EN FR Main navigation Accueil À propos La Cour Organisation La Présidence Les Chambres Le Bureau du Procureur La Défense Les victimes Les témoins Le Greffe Les États parties La coopération La sensibilisation Le Fonds au profit des victimes Bureau du Procureur Situations et affaires Les affaires Les défendants Enquêtes Ouganda République démocratique du Congo Darfour, Soudan République centrafricaine Kenya Libye Côte d'Ivoire Mali République centrafricaine II Géorgie Burundi Bangladesh/Myanmar Afghanistan État de Palestine Philippines Vénézuela I Ukraine Examens préliminaires Guinée Nigéria Vénézuela II Bolivie Nouvelles Documents Documents publics ​Documents publics​ et transcriptions Jugements, Arrêts, décisions et ordonnances Questions hors situations Textes juridiques fondamentaux Rapports Fiches d'information Journal officiel Textes administratifs Bibliothèque des ressources Bibliothèque Outils juridques Informations pratiques Calendrier des audiences Nous contacter Visiter la Cour Fournisseurs S’impliquer #LaJusticeCompte #1MondePlusJuste #AccèsÀLaJustice #ODD16 Partager des récits Ressources Diplomates Universitaires at chercheurs Juristes et conseils Médias La société civile Enseignants et élèves du niveau secondaire Postes vacants Recherche Fil d'Ariane Home République centrafricaine II Mokom Affaire Mokom Le Procureur c. Maxime Jeoffroy Eli Mokom Gawaka ICC-01/14-01/22 Préliminaire Image Détenu par la CPI Maxime Jeoffroy Eli Mokom Gawaka Ressortissant de la République centrafricaine. (...) Le mandat d'arrêt contre Maxime Jeoffroy Eli Mokom Gawaka a été délivré sous scellés le 10 décembre 2018 pour des crimes de guerre et crimes contre l'humanité présumés qui auraient été commis en divers endroits de la République centrafricaine, notamment Bangui, Bossangoa, la préfecture de la Lobaye, Yaloké, Gaga, Bossemptélé, Boda, Carnot et Berberati, entre au moins le 5 décembre 2013 et au moins décembre 2014. (...) Mokom a été remis à la CPI le 14 mars 2022. Le 22 mars 2022, Maxime Jeoffroy Eli Mokom Gawaka a effectué sa première comparution devant la Chambre préliminaire II.
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Score: 739648.3 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/fr/carII/mokom
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Mitigating harms and maximizing benefits On 22 June at 15:00 CEST, the FAO’s Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance (FAO LEAP) Partnership will be hosting the webinar Biodiversity and the livestock sector. Mitigating harms and maximizing benefits , on the occasion of the launch of new guidelines on biodiversity. (...) With impacts on ecosystems that range from negative to positive, livestock can pull two levers to improve its biodiversity performance: mitigate harm and maximize benefits. The FAO LEAP Partnership has tackled the challenge and is now publishing guidelines for the quantitative assessment of livestock impacts on biodiversity.
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Score: 739648.3 - https://www.fao.org/partnershi...y-and-the-livestock-sector/en/
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Mitigating harms and maximizing benefits On 22 June at 15:00 CEST, the FAO’s Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance (FAO LEAP) Partnership will be hosting the webinar Biodiversity and the livestock sector. Mitigating harms and maximizing benefits , on the occasion of the launch of new guidelines on biodiversity. (...) With impacts on ecosystems that range from negative to positive, livestock can pull two levers to improve its biodiversity performance: mitigate harm and maximize benefits. The FAO LEAP Partnership has tackled the challenge and is now publishing guidelines for the quantitative assessment of livestock impacts on biodiversity.
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Score: 739648.3 - https://www.fao.org/partnershi...y-and-the-livestock-sector/ru/
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Mitigating harms and maximizing benefits On 22 June at 15:00 CEST, the FAO’s Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance (FAO LEAP) Partnership will be hosting the webinar Biodiversity and the livestock sector. Mitigating harms and maximizing benefits , on the occasion of the launch of new guidelines on biodiversity. (...) With impacts on ecosystems that range from negative to positive, livestock can pull two levers to improve its biodiversity performance: mitigate harm and maximize benefits. The FAO LEAP Partnership has tackled the challenge and is now publishing guidelines for the quantitative assessment of livestock impacts on biodiversity.
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Score: 739648.3 - https://www.fao.org/partnershi...y-and-the-livestock-sector/fr/
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Fostering Partnerships Between the National Repporteur and Equivalent Mechanisms Fostering Partnerships Between the National Rapporteur and Equivalent Mechanisms Hamid Patilima Indonesia 1 Background The National Rapporteur main task is to report the development of eradication of trafficking in persons; The National Rapporteur in collaboration with the Secretariat of the National Task Force to make reports to prevention and handling of trafficking in persons; The National Rapporteur in collaboration with the Secretariat of Task Force to collect informations and data from each sub-task force (central, provincial, and regency/city) with reference to guide the monitoring, evaluation, and reporting eradication of trafficking in persons; Reports submitted by the Secretariat of the Task Force to the President through the Presidential Working Unit for Monitoring Development and Development Control. 2 Situation in Indonesia 3 Legal Framework The Act No. 21 of 2007 The Act No. 5 of 2009 Institutional National Task Force & in 30 provinces & 151 districts/cities National/Provincila/District/City Action Plan Services MSS and SOP ISCWC 28 prov&246 d/c Increased Capacity Coordination MoU between the province as a source, transit, destination Institutional strenghtening The Act No. 14 of 2009 The Act No. 10 of 2012 GR No. 9 of 2008 PR No. 69 of 2008 SPH 26 location WCSU 34 prov/422 Resort 29 Citizen Service Protection Agency Witness/Victim The capacity of law enforcement Providing online services Challenge (1) High turnover of officials and staff in government agencies, service agencies, and law enforcement agencies, both central and local levels; Socialization policies eradication of trafficking in persons are not evenly distributed; Implementation of policies eradication of trafficking both at national and local levels is not optimal yet, especially on the implementation of Minimum Service Standards and Standard Operating Procedures handling of witnesses/victims of trafficking in persons; 4 Challenge (2) Use of instrument data that has been developed by the government is not maximized yet, so each agency uses the different instruments; Service provider of trafficking victims institutions (shelters, safe houses) are not all having systematic reports, data updates and related information about provided services for the victims or accepted by the victims; Not all of Non-government Institute has sent the report of the handling of trafficking victims to local and national task force, and not all of the regional task force has regularly send reports to the central task force; 5 Challenge (3) Coordination between sub-task force in the task force has not been running regularly; and coordination between regional task force with a national task force is not maximized yet. Because not all of the government agencies has allocated a special budget for meeting coordination and preparation of reports; Professional assistants of human trafficking victims are still limited, consequently there are several victims which do not get accesses for the services and the victims are not dare to report the cases; 6 Challenge (4) Paralegal labor in eradication of trafficking in persons is still limited; Efforts to strengthen the victim is not maximalized yet, in order to testify at the level of investigation and at the trial level; Government has not maximally facilitated non-governmental organizations in efforts to address trafficking in persons; 7 Recommendation (1) Task Force Secretariat on National Rapporteur mandates with the primary task, status, and effective working and measurable methods; Encouraging National Rapporteur to: have the capacity to provide an overview of national efforts and eradication of trafficking in persons to the policy makers and practitioners; become an instrument for policy towards a more effective and increased awareness; have the potential to assist in developing a balanced information system (use of the same indicators); become the instrument with the potential to strengthen the regional cooperation; have the capacity to provide evidence-based information for policy makers and practitioners. 8 Recommendation (2) Increasing public awareness of the impact of human trafficking through socialization, Public Campaign and IEC; Strengthening institutional Task Force of Crime Prevention and Handling Trafficking in Persons at the central, provincial, and regency/city; Improvement of human resources management and institutional support prevention of trafficking in persons, through advocacy and training across ministries/agencies, cross- regional work units, and NGOs; Improved fulfillment of the rights of witnesses and/or victims of trafficking in persons, through which service quality and performance Minimum Service Standards; 9 Recommendation (3) Improved service staff in favor of a witness and/or victim service units including officer complaint, medical rehabilitation, social rehabilitation, repatriation, and reintegration; Improving Law Enforcement Officials capacity through workshops, training, and exchange programs; Improved Data Availability Crime of Trafficking in Persons and comprehensive disaggregated, conducted through the collection, processing, analysis, and reporting of data; 10 Recommendation (4) Monitoring and evaluation of policy implementation eradication of trafficking in persons in order to realize the fulfillment of the rights of witnesses and/or victims of gender perspective and human rights; Increasing community participation both non-governmental organizations, the media, and the business community in the prevention and handling of trafficking in persons. 11 Thank You ขอบคุณ Dr.
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Score: 739648.3 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ltation/2014/14_Indonesia.pptx
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