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The development of this distributed, open-ended network came with the promise of freedom: everyone would be able to express their thoughts and opinions on the web leading to unseen levels of openness, diversity, freedom of expression and freedom of speech. (...) As such, it calls for a contextual rather than an absolutist approach to press freedom, of being open-minded and taking into account the sensitivities that other cultures may have about the frank speech we hold so dear.            This is why on Difference Day, 3 May, at Bozar in Brussels, we will talk about journalism and press and media freedom with an open mind. The day will be start with a keynote from Commissioner Günther Oettinger from the European Commission emphasising that Europe is a strong supporter for freedom of speech.
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Score: 696686.5 - https://en.unesco.org/difference-day
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Microsoft Word - saitc-opening-remarks-sofia-oct-08.doc Page 1 of 4 Opening Remarks 7 October 2008 ITU Regional Cybersecurity Forum for Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States1 Sofia, Bulgaria 7−9 October 2008 Plamen Vatchkov, Chairman State Agency for Information Technology and Communications, Bulgaria Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, Dear Colleagues, Once again welcome to the ITU Regional Cybersecurity Forum for Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States. (...) Then, we will elaborate on the issue of cybersecurity culture – awareness of all stakeholders of the existing threats and the role of the governments in raising that awareness. Bearing in mind that most of the ICT networks are private, success in cybersecurity can be ensured only by bringing together the industry and the governments in order to discuss common cybersecurity challenges. (...) And finally, bearing in mind that the consequences of cyber crimes are global and far reaching, only a cybersecurity based on broad national and international cooperation can be successful.
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Score: 696128.6 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/cyb/...ening-remarks-sofia-oct-08.pdf
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 ITU WORLD TELECOM 2009 Forum Programme OPEN NETWORKS CONNECTED MINDS FORUM PROGRAMME
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We want to have, indeed, we need to have, an open, transparent and inclusive process, with nothing new or novel, nothing untried, nothing untested or nothing unfamiliar. (...) However, let me just emphasize that after the formal opening of the Conference on the afternoon of Tuesday 13 December, we will move quickly to the business session of the conference at which we will need to adopt an agenda and agree on the organization of work. (...) I also have in mind the need for some flexibility in the organization of work as negotiations evolve during the conference.
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Score: 695423.54 - https://www.wto.org/french/new...ews05_f/stat_tsang_dec05_f.htm
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PowerPoint Presentation 18/11/2015 Footer 1 Tony Dean Senior Technical Consultant, Member of ICAO Technical Advisory Group on Traveler Identification Management (TAG/TRIP) Digest for Machine Readable Travel Systems ICAO TRIP: Building Trust in Travel Document Security Today’s Agenda • Procurement models • Requirements setting • Technical specification • Other factors • Open and fair Procurement models • Open or closed tender • Value of an RFI/RFP • Dialogue • ICAO Guidance Requirements - Where to Start? (...) • Stakeholders Laying the Foundations • Begin with a thorough review of the current situation • Identify what works and what needs replacing • Timelines Doing Your Research • You are in the right place to start • Speak to vendors • Keep an open mind http://www.icao.int/publications/journalsreports/2015/MRTD_Report_Vol10_No2.pdf How to Write Specifications • Use precise and unambiguous terminology with no jargon • Output and outcome based, not specific • Adopt a threats based approach The High Level Technical Specification • Split the booklet from the process • Divide the booklet into parts • Personalisation process - volumes and service levels Other Key Factors to Consider • Security requirements of systems, premises & staff • Audit (process, security, stock control) • Business continuity/ disaster recovery • Testing and type approval • Quality assurance and control • Transition • Evaluation process The Level Playing Field • An open and fair procurement • Attract bidders • A secure passport at the right price Summary • Do your homework • Allow plenty of time • Keep it simple • Make it open and fair 18/11/2015 Footer 12 Contact Details Tony Dean tony.dean2@uk.Delarue.com
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Score: 695332.47 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...015/Documents/10_pm_3_Dean.pdf
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 ITU WORLD TELECOM 2009 In Review OPEN NETWORKS CONNECTED MINDS ITU Telecom World 2009 IN REVIEW
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ITU TELECOM WORLD 2009 IN REVIEW OPEN NETWORKS CONNECTED MINDS ITU Telecom World 2009 IN REVIEW
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Score: 695167.72 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ..._files/pdfs/WT09%20eBook_1.pdf
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Microsoft Word - EU opening remarks.doc SECOND HIGH-LEVEL SAFETY CONFERENCE 2015 (HLSC 2015) PLANNING FOR GLOBAL AVIATION SAFETY IMPROVEMENT OPENING ADDRESS João Aguiar Machado – Head of EU Delegation ICAO High Level Safety Conference - opening intervention Mr President, Mr Secretary General, distinguished delegates. It is an honour and a privilege, as part of my introduction to the “ICAO world”, to have been given the opportunity to be part of the opening of this Second High-level Safety Conference. (...) This conference, building on the achievements of the past and mindful of new developments, will set the stage for the advances in terms of aviation safety for the years to come.
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Score: 694908.8 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...20Remarks%20%E2%80%93%20EU.pdf
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What’s on your mind? | UNICEF Middle East and North Africa Skip to main content Middle East and North Africa Toggle navigation English العربية Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Middle East and North Africa EXPLORE UNICEF About UNICEF Our regional director Where we work Work for UNICEF Children of Syria Voices of Youth Arabic No Lost Generation EUTF - Syria Contact us Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Regional stories Take action Search area has closed. Search area has opened. Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Campaign What’s on your mind?
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