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Masahiko Metoki : Yes, during my campaign, I mentioned the call for commitment to member countries. (...) The Post will become a solution to medicine transportations by using its vast infrastructure. (...) Yomiuri Shimbun : Thank you. You mentioned the gap between developed and developing countries.
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Score: 888426.4 - https://www.upu.int/en/Press-Release/2022/Press-Breakfast
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Over the next few days, Mohammed El-Agha, Abdullah Abu Nada, Ahmed Abu Amsha and Anas Alsalool entered the international competition and submitted a final solution worthy of a special mention. UNICC’s Global Hackathon: Data for Good launched on Tuesday, 16 February 2021 with an introduction from the organization’s executive leadership to a global audience of UNICC and other UN organizations’ staff members, university representatives and over 140 students. (...) Mohammed, Abdullah, Anas and Ahmed opted for Challenge 2: Refugee Crisis: Predict Forced Displacement on which to build their data-based solution. In the introduction of their presentation to a group of UN judges, mentors and university professors, the team laid out the scope of their work, emphasising that the solution is not simply presenting predictions but also building an implementable plan based on those data-based predictions. (...) The opportunity to present our solution with other international teams was highly competitive, but we want to be able to see this hackathon experience as not just a presentation but a means to contribute building real solutions for issues such as forced displacement and migration to make a real difference.
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Score: 880099.1 - https://www.unicc.org/news/202...ntion-in-unicc-data-hackathon/
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Because of the significance of this phenomenon, as highlighted in the SROCC, we suggest that a mention of the continuous, rapid decrease in polar ice coverage is added. Furthermore, we support the proposed language on the “findings about the cumulative human impacts on the ocean” and the mention of the IPBES global assessment report in the following paragraph. (...) Monaco generally agrees with the “solutions” reflected in paragraph 10 and the “actions” to be taken “on an urgent basis” reflected in paragraph 11.
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Score: 864234.9 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.un.org/files/monaco.pdf
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Because of the significance of this phenomenon, as highlighted in the SROCC, we suggest that a mention of the continuous, rapid decrease in polar ice coverage is added. Furthermore, we support the proposed language on the “findings about the cumulative human impacts on the ocean” and the mention of the IPBES global assessment report in the following paragraph. (...) Monaco generally agrees with the “solutions” reflected in paragraph 10 and the “actions” to be taken “on an urgent basis” reflected in paragraph 11.
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Score: 864234.9 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.un.org/files/2020/03/monaco.pdf
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FAO appreciates that Section 4 explicitly mentions the need to address the ‘’conditions that create, or exacerbate, large movements of migrants’’. (...) FAO appreciates that the outcome document explicitly mentions ‘’the positive contribution made by migrants to inclusive growth and sustainable development’’. (...) Section 5, paragraph xiii explicitly mentions investment in data collection, including in sex and age- disaggregated data.
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Score: 852574 - https://www.un.org/en/developm.../07July2016/FAO_07July2016.pdf
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They do not represent neither legal entities nor cooperative companies as defined under private law and therefore, as mentioned above are fully consolidated in the UPU financial statements. The mentioned controlled entities are as follows: The EMS Cooperative , which is a voluntary cooperative established by resolution of the POC (CEP 2/1998). (...) Financial statements 2020 18.01.2022 Financial statements 2019 18.01.2021 Financial statements 2018 13.07.2020 Financial statements 2017 13.07.2020 Financial statements 2016 13.07.2020   Contact UPU Careers Events Newsletter Feedback News & Media Press Blog Magazine Multimedia Podcast Newsletter UPU About UPU Activities Outreach & Campaigns Conference Services Procurement Careers Partner with us Who we work with Where we need your support Members' Centre Useful Documents Policies & Regulation Questionnaires & Surveys List of addresses UPU TV Postal Solutions Technical Solutions Programmes & Services Capacity Building COVID-19 Disclaimer Copyright UPU Portal   Contact UPU Careers Events Newsletter Feedback   News & Media Press Blog Magazine Multimedia Podcast Newsletter UPU About UPU Activities Outreach & Campaigns Conference Services Procurement Careers Partner with us Who we work with Where we need your support Members' Centre Useful Documents Policies & Regulation Questionnaires & Surveys List of addresses UPU TV Postal Solutions Technical Solutions Programmes & Services Capacity Building COVID-19 Disclaimer Copyright UPU Portal  
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Score: 845019.5 - https://www.upu.int/en/Univers...Postal-Union/About-UPU/Finance
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An international jury complied by the International Bureau judges the letters and selects the overall winners and candidates that merit a special mention.   2022 Competition The theme is  "Write a letter to an influential person about why and how to take action on climate change” This year, 2022, the UPU is running its 51st International Letter-Writing Competition.   (...) (In French) 3rd Prize - Bronze Medal 03.09.2021 Dao Anh Thu,14-years-old, from Viet Nam received the third prize for her letter to her younger sister. Special mentions There were also special mentions for the letters of these young people from:  Belarus, Gleb Klimovich, 14 years-old Brazil, Luisa Tejo Salgado Catâo, 14 years-old Turkey, Adnan Yigit AIkan, 13 years-old Indonesia, Nur Eka Syahrina Ramadhani Basyar 11 years-old Libya, Elaf Abdel Hakim Al-Ajil Best of the Best  Best of the Best Letters 16.09.2021 Read the first-prize letters from 50 years of the UPU's International Letter-Writing Competition.  (...) Theme for 7 th International Letter Writing Competition for Young People «The postman, my best friend»   Contact UPU Careers Events Newsletter Feedback News & Media Press Blog Magazine Multimedia Podcast Newsletter UPU About UPU Activities Outreach & Campaigns Conference Services Procurement Careers Partner with us Who we work with Where we need your support Members' Centre Useful Documents Policies & Regulation Questionnaires & Surveys List of addresses UPU TV Postal Solutions Technical Solutions Programmes & Services Capacity Building COVID-19 Disclaimer Copyright UPU Portal   Contact UPU Careers Events Newsletter Feedback   News & Media Press Blog Magazine Multimedia Podcast Newsletter UPU About UPU Activities Outreach & Campaigns Conference Services Procurement Careers Partner with us Who we work with Where we need your support Members' Centre Useful Documents Policies & Regulation Questionnaires & Surveys List of addresses UPU TV Postal Solutions Technical Solutions Programmes & Services Capacity Building COVID-19 Disclaimer Copyright UPU Portal  
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Score: 836212.4 - https://www.upu.int/en/Univers...g-Competition-for-Young-People
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In this regard, Surfrider Europe regrets the zero draft includes no mention at all to reducing our resources consumption or to our overuse of plastics. Surfrider Europe in addition strongly opposes the specific reference to developing biodegradable materials as an option or way to go to reduce marine plastic pollution while prevention and reuse are not even mentioned. In no way, biodegradable material if referring to biodegradable plastic are a valid solution to plastic pollution. (...) We stress that science-based and regulatory actions can provide the solutions necessary to overcome challenges in achieving Goal 14 in the following ways: [New language] Paragraph 10, c. c.
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Score: 832203.9 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...ro_draft_un_ocean_20200317.pdf
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In this regard, Surfrider Europe regrets the zero draft includes no mention at all to reducing our resources consumption or to our overuse of plastics. Surfrider Europe in addition strongly opposes the specific reference to developing biodegradable materials as an option or way to go to reduce marine plastic pollution while prevention and reuse are not even mentioned. In no way, biodegradable material if referring to biodegradable plastic are a valid solution to plastic pollution. (...) We stress that science-based and regulatory actions can provide the solutions necessary to overcome challenges in achieving Goal 14 in the following ways: [New language] Paragraph 10, c. c.
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Score: 832203.9 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...ro_draft_un_ocean_20200317.pdf
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Global problems require global solutions, as was mentioned by the distinguished delegate from Indonesia, but political impasse affects short- term economic policy and middle term reform proposals. (...) There is a consensus on the need for multilateralism in the search for solutions but G-7 or G-20 should not be confused with multilateralism. (...) The fora where multilateral solutions may be found are the United Nations General Assembly and ECOSOC.
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Score: 831129.4 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/j...f_statement_nicaragua_pd_5.pdf
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