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Free Online Course: Peace, Security and Development. 21 February - 31 March 2022 | 非洲特别顾问办公室 跳转到主要内容 欢迎来到联合国,您的世界 Toggle navigation 语言: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español 非洲特别顾问办公室 搜索表单 网址索引 搜索 Toggle navigation 主页 关于OSAA 主页 Free Online Course: Peace, Security and Development. 21 February - 31 March 2022 Free Online Course: Peace, Security and Development. 21 February - 31 March 2022 从 星期一, 21 二月 2022 - 9:00上午 到 星期四, 31 三月 2022 - 1:00下午 Applications are being accepted for the course: “Designing and implementing policies that promote the nexus between peace, security and development to accelerate the implementation of the SDGs in Africa.” Course Type:       Free Online Course Programme Area:       Peace, Security and Development Date:       21 February – 31 March 2022 Duration:       6 Weeks Language:       Trilingual (English, French and Portuguese) Application Deadline:       18 February 2022 The course aims to strengthen the capacity of African policy makers to design and implement policies that promote the nexus between peace, security, human rights, humanitarian affairs and development for an accelerated implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The course targets: Mid-level to senior policy officials in national Ministries (primarily Finance, Planning and Economic Development, Justice, Interior, Defense, Social Affairs, Infrastructure), provincial departments and local authorities Officials from the African Union including AUDA-NEPAD and APRM Secretariat and the Regional Economic Communities (RECs) Diplomats from Permanent Missions and Ministries of Foreign Affairs Professionals in private sector and civil society organizations Officials from the UN system and other international and regional organizations including multilateral financial institutions.
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Score: 800364.36 - https://www.un.org/osaa/zh/node/1057
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Free Online Course: Peace, Security and Development. 21 February - 31 March 2022 | Office of the Special Adviser on Africa Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Office of the Special Adviser on Africa Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home About OSAA Mandate Vision and Mission Partners Strategic Agenda What We Do Programmes Events NGO Database Knowledge Network Special Adviser Former Special Advisers Reports and Publications Media News Articles Press Releases and Statements Speeches Join Our Mailing List Africa Dialogue Series Africa Dialogue Series 2022 Africa Dialogue Series 2021 Home Free Online Course: Peace, Security and Development. 21 February - 31 March 2022 Free Online Course: Peace, Security and Development. 21 February - 31 March 2022 Monday, 21 February 2022 - 9:00am to Thursday, 31 March 2022 - 1:00pm Applications are being accepted for the course: “Designing and implementing policies that promote the nexus between peace, security and development to accelerate the implementation of the SDGs in Africa.” Course Type:       Free Online Course Programme Area:       Peace, Security and Development Date:       21 February – 31 March 2022 Duration:       6 Weeks Language:       Trilingual (English, French and Portuguese) Application Deadline:       18 February 2022 The course aims to strengthen the capacity of African policy makers to design and implement policies that promote the nexus between peace, security, human rights, humanitarian affairs and development for an accelerated implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The course targets: Mid-level to senior policy officials in national Ministries (primarily Finance, Planning and Economic Development, Justice, Interior, Defense, Social Affairs, Infrastructure), provincial departments and local authorities Officials from the African Union including AUDA-NEPAD and APRM Secretariat and the Regional Economic Communities (RECs) Diplomats from Permanent Missions and Ministries of Foreign Affairs Professionals in private sector and civil society organizations Officials from the UN system and other international and regional organizations including multilateral financial institutions.
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Score: 800364.36 - https://www.un.org/osaa/node/1057
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Roll Out of the COP Guidelines at the National Level in Europe Region Committed to connecting the world Search for: ITU General Secretariat Radiocommunication Standardization Development About ITU-D Projects TDAG WTDC Study Groups Regional Presence Join ITU-D ITU Telecom Members' Zone Join ITU Roll Out of the COP Guidelines at the National Level in Europe Region Rollup Image You are here ITU > Home > ITU-D > Regional Presence > EUROPE Share Page Content 10   To ensure the creation of a safe and empowering environment for all children and young people, ITU firstly developed the  Guidelines for Child Online Protection  (COP) in 2009. Upon the request of the Member States, the COP Guidelines have been updated and launched officially in June 2020 in all six UN Official languages (Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian Spanish). (...) ITU Forum for Europe on Child Online Protection   was organized by ITU in collaboration with A.S. (...) [Access the Outcome Report here] ITU workshop on “Fostering a Culture on Child Online Protection: Roll-out of the Child Online Protection (COP) Guidelines in Europe"  was organized by ITU Office for Europe within the framework of the  15 th  International Conference “Keeping Children and Young People Safe Online  and held virtually on 24 September 2021.
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Score: 800353.47 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...ts/NCOPGUIDELINES/Default.aspx
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There are 257 million more men online than women and it is particularly concerning that women face a wider variety of online harassment and abuse than men. “It is very important to bring women online because the part of the population that is not online is missing out a lot. (...) Internet Related Stories Ahead of information summit, UN panel readies report on Internet for Annan Internet Governance Forum to tackle broad range of topics, UN official says Annan to establish international forum on internet governance News Tracker: Past Stories on This Issue With nearly four billion people still unable to get online, UN forum to tackle 'digital divide' 6 December 2016 The 11th annual United Nations Internet Governance Forum (IGF) opened in Jalisco, Mexico, where delegates from across the world will join thousands more online to weigh the challenges of today's digital age and equal access opportunities for all members of society.
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Score: 799460.84 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2...oses-call-close-digital-divide
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We wish to adopt a mixed-method training approach of online and in class training. We have to keep up with technical development and encourage students to learn new technical skills effectively and efficiently. At the same time, we have to be mindful that online training will require appropriate infrastructure including internet speed as well as programmes adapted to online.  NASLA supports capacity development to local administrations and the enabling conditions for online capacity development is challenging in rural areas.”
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Score: 798978.9 - https://www.undp.org/cambodia/...nnovation-local-administration
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STATES MEMBERS OF THE UNITED NATIONS, MEMBERS OF THE SPECIALIZED AGENCIES AND PARTIES TO UNCLOS   Registration (request of a conference badge) of official delegations of participating States and of the European Union, is handled by the United Nations Protocol and Liaison Service (Protocol Office) through the online “ eRegistration system ”, which is available through the e-deleGATE portal at https://edelegate.un.int .  (...) Copies of credentials or letters (stamped and signed by the head of chancery or an authorizing official) containing the names and functional titles of the delegation must be uploaded on to the eRegistration system at the time of online submission. (...) Please also note that copies of letters with delegation lists must be uploaded on to the INDICO system at the time of online submission, and the Conference Secretariat would only consider registrations which are consistent with the official list of delegations submitted by their Head Offices or Liaison Offices in New York.
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Score: 798866.3 - https://www.un.org/es/node/52404
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STATES MEMBERS OF THE UNITED NATIONS, MEMBERS OF THE SPECIALIZED AGENCIES AND PARTIES TO UNCLOS   Registration (request of a conference badge) of official delegations of participating States and of the European Union, is handled by the United Nations Protocol and Liaison Service (Protocol Office) through the online “ eRegistration system ”, which is available through the e-deleGATE portal at https://edelegate.un.int .  (...) Copies of credentials or letters (stamped and signed by the head of chancery or an authorizing official) containing the names and functional titles of the delegation must be uploaded on to the eRegistration system at the time of online submission. (...) Please also note that copies of letters with delegation lists must be uploaded on to the INDICO system at the time of online submission, and the Conference Secretariat would only consider registrations which are consistent with the official list of delegations submitted by their Head Offices or Liaison Offices in New York.
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Score: 798866.3 - https://www.un.org/pt/node/52404
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STATES MEMBERS OF THE UNITED NATIONS, MEMBERS OF THE SPECIALIZED AGENCIES AND PARTIES TO UNCLOS   Registration (request of a conference badge) of official delegations of participating States and of the European Union, is handled by the United Nations Protocol and Liaison Service (Protocol Office) through the online “ eRegistration system ”, which is available through the e-deleGATE portal at https://edelegate.un.int .  (...) Copies of credentials or letters (stamped and signed by the head of chancery or an authorizing official) containing the names and functional titles of the delegation must be uploaded on to the eRegistration system at the time of online submission. (...) Please also note that copies of letters with delegation lists must be uploaded on to the INDICO system at the time of online submission, and the Conference Secretariat would only consider registrations which are consistent with the official list of delegations submitted by their Head Offices or Liaison Offices in New York.
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Score: 798866.3 - https://www.un.org/ru/node/52404
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REVIEW OF DRAFT UNCITRAL SECRETARIAT NOTES ON THE MAIN ISSUES OF CLOUD COMPUTING CONTRACTS
To make the implementation of online tools projects possible within the existing resources and to ensure the long-term sustainability of such projects, online tools should be simple to launch and maintain in-house in the six official languages of the United Nations without significant input required from IT specialists. (...) Since the text that served the basis of the pilot online tool is a draft, it was considered premature to invest more time and resources on the development of the online tool and producing it in five other official languages of the U nited Nations. (...) If the Commission decides to proceed with the online tool for cloud computing notes, an improved online tool incorporating the final content of cloud computing notes as reviewed and approved by the Commission for publication would be released in the six official languages of the United Nations in compliance with the United Nations requirements on multilingualism, accessibility and other applicable standards.
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Score: 698633.06 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=A/CN.9/975&Lang=E
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ANNOTATED PROVISIONAL AGENDA : UNITED NATIONS COMMISSION ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW, WORKING GROUP III (ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION), 28TH SESSION, VIENNA, 18-22 NOVEMBER 2013
Preparation of legal standards on online dispute resolution. 5. Other business. 6. (...) Preparation of legal standards on online dispute resolution (a) Previous deliberations 5. (...) A limited number of the following background documents will be made available at the session: Reports of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law on the work of its forty-third session (Official Records of the General Assembly, Sixty-fifth Session, Supplement No. 17 (A/65/17)); forty-fourth session (Official Records of the General Assembly, Sixty-sixth Session, Supplement No. 17 (A/66/17)); forty-fifth session (Official Records of the General Assembly, Sixty-seventh Session, Supplement No. 17 (A/67/17)); and forty-sixth session (Official Records of the General Assembly, Sixty-eighth Session, Supplement No. 17 (A/68/17); Report of the Working Group III (Online Dispute Resolution) on the work of its twenty-second session (A/CN.9/716); Report of the Working Group III (Online Dispute Resolution) on the work of its twenty-third session (A/CN.9/721); Report of the Working Group III (Online Dispute Resolution) on the work of its twenty-fourth session (A/CN.9/739); Report of the Working Group III (Online Dispute Resolution) on the work of its twenty-fifth session (A/CN.9/744); Report of the Working Group III (Online Dispute Resolution) on the work of its twenty-sixth session (A/CN.9/762); 6 V.13-86192 A/CN.9/WG.III/WP.122 Online dispute resolution for cross-border electronic commerce transactions: draft procedural rules, notes by the Secretariat (A/CN.9/WG.III/WP.119 and its addendum; A/CN.9/WG.III/WP.120; A/CN.9/WG.III/WP.117 and its addendum; and A/CN.9/WG.III/WP.113). 18.
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Score: 696906.74 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=A/CN.9/WG.III/WP.122&Lang=E
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