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In a region with some of the highest rates of disease outbreaks in the world, the Africa Women Health Champions initiative provides young women from the continent with the opportunity to serve to improve the health and wellbeing of people in Africa. (...) We invite professionals with relevant qualifications and experience to register or update their profiles on the Unified Volunteering Platform and apply to the following opportunities with the World Health Organization: https://app.unv.org/ General enquires Email: unv.media@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 Partnership enquires Email: partnershipsupport@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 2 External Relations and Partnerships Officer, Comoro Islands External Relations and Partnerships Officer, Equatorial Guinea External Relations and Partnerships Officer, Ethiopia External Relations and Partnerships Officer, Nigeria Resource Mobilization, External Relations and Partnerships Officer, South Sudan Communications Officer, Botswana Communications Officer, Central African Republic Communications Officer, Niger Communications Officer, Rwanda Training Officer, Congo Training Officer, Kenya Training Officer, Senegal Training Officer, South Africa Other opportunities with WHO Strategic Health Information Officer, Botswana Strategic Health Information Officer, Cameroon Strategic Health Information Officer, Comoro Islands Strategic Health Information Officer, Côte d'Ivoire Strategic Health Information Officer, Malawi Strategic Health Information Officer, Mauritania Strategic Health Information Officer, Namibia Strategic Health Information Officer, Niger https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1688855532810496 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1688828000085248 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1688827599790336 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1688753998585088 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1689520919342336 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1688996149874944 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1689355461071104 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1688661113027840 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1689877180383488 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1688760967740672 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1688843798514944 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1688932748545280 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1689273188961536 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1689260590677248 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1689011843867904 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1688414521029888 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1688994343117056 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1689001583176960 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1688992254504192 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1689446646817024 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1689005569123584 General enquires Email: unv.media@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 Partnership enquires Email: partnershipsupport@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 3 Strategic Health Information Officer, Sierra Leone Strategic Health Information Officer, South Sudan Service Delivery System Officer, Burkina Faso Service Delivery System Officer, Cameroon Service Delivery System Officer, Congo Service Delivery System Officer, Côte d'Ivoire Service Delivery System Officer, Democratic Republic of the Congo Service Delivery System Officer, Ghana Service Delivery System Officer, Malawi Service Delivery System Officer, Mozambique Service Delivery System Officer, Niger Service Delivery System Officer, South Sudan Requirements Candidates need to have at least three years of professional experience and reach 22 years for national UN Volunteer assignments and 27 years for international UN Volunteer assignments. (...) English for Eritrea, Eswatini, Gambia, Ghana, Liberia, Malawi, https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1689372989828352 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1688999123580160 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1688997488572672 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1689009575042304 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1689018989822208 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1689023957935360 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1689014652953856 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1688945115178240 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1689000149452032 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1689012980214016 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1689012225582336 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1689001527493888 General enquires Email: unv.media@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 Partnership enquires Email: partnershipsupport@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 4 Namibia, Uganda, Tanzania, and Zambia.
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World Information Society Report 2006 Foreword Acknowledgements CONTENTS List of Acronyms Chapter One: A Summit for Building the Information Society 1.1 The World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) 1.1.1 The WSIS vision 1.1.2 The World Information Society Report 1.1.3 WSIS implementation between the Geneva and Tunis Summit Phases 1.1.4 WSIS implementation in the post-Tunis phase 1.2 Why a Digital Opportunity Index? 1.2.1 Which composite index? 1.2.2 Using an index to measure Digital Opportunity 1.3 Conclusions Chapter Two: Measuring the Information Society 2.1 Overview 2.2 Exploring the DOI 2.3 Opportunity 2.3.1 Access 2.3.2 Affordability 2.4 Infrastructure 2.4.1 Universal service 2.4.2 Individual access 2.5 Utilization 2.5.1 Internet access 2.5.2 Broadband 2.6 Conclusions Annex: Methodological Note Chapter Three: Information Society Trends 3.1 Overview 3.2 ICTs and Income 3.3 Digital Opportunity around the world 3.3.1 High DOI scores (0.45 and above) 3.3.2 Medium DOI scores (0.30-0.45) 3.3.3 Low DOI scores (0.30 and less) 3.4 Tracking the Mobile Revolution 3.5 Trends over time in Digital Opportunity 3.6 The changing face of the Digital Divide 3.7 Conclusions Chapter Four: From Measurement to Policy-Making 4.1 Overview 4.2 Informing ICT policies in a complex environment 4.2.1 The increasing need for information 4.3 The DOI as a policy tool 4.3.1 Regional comparisons: a closer look at Africa 4.3.2 National comparisons: the case of India 4.3.3 Monitoring regional disparities within a country: focus on Brazil 4.3.4 Monitoring national policies for digital inclusion: gender in the Czech Republic 4.4 Policies for Digital Opportunity 4.4.1 Opportunity: Promoting Affordability 4.4.2 Infrastructure: universal access/ service policies 4.4.3 Utilization: broadband and wireless technologies 4.5 Complementing the DOI 4.6 Next steps: developing a policy matrix 4.7 Conclusions Chapter Five: Beyond WSIS - Making a Difference Globally 5.1 Introduction 5.2 The Importance of Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships in WSIS implementation 5.3 WSIS implementation 5.3.1 Implementation in the WSIS outcome documents 5.4 Opportunity 5.4.1 Accessibility 5.4.2 Affordability 5.5 Infrastructure 5.5.1 Fixed-line telephony 5.5.2 Mobile communications 5.5.3 Broadband 5.5.4 Wireless communications 5.6 Utilization 5.6.1 Education 5.6.2 Telemedicine 5.6.3 E-networks for economic development and poverty reduction 5.6.4 Cybersecurity 5.7 Conclusions Chapter Six: Towards an Information Society for All 6.1 Conclusions 6.2 Next Steps Statistical Annex Contents Introduction to the statistical annex Table A: List of economies Digital Opportunity Index Worldwide, 2005 Table 1 Digital Opportunity Index 2005 – World Tables 2 Regional maps and tables Africa Regional Map of Digital Opportunity, 2005 Table 2a Digital Opportunity Index 2005 – Africa Americas Regional Map of Digital Opportunity, 2005 Table 2b Digital Opportunity Index 2005 – Americas Asia-Pacific Regional Map of Digital Opportunity, 2005 Table 2c Digital Opportunity Index 2005 – Asia-Pacific Europe Regional Map of Digital Opportunity, 2005 Table 2d Digital Opportunity Index 2005 – Europe Table 3 Basic Indicators Table 4 Cellular Mobile Subscribers Table 5 Mobile tariffs Table 6 Information Technology Table 7 Internet Tariffs Table 8 Broadband Subscribers Table 9 Broadband Tariffs Table 10 Fixed Lines Technical notes Sources The Digital Opportunity Index Worldwide, 2005
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Score: 382662.5 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...OL-WSIS.RPT-2006-TOC-HTM-E.htm
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. • We are proposing a multidimensional analysis approach to well-being that considers both outcomes and opportunities. • The objective is to know the individual wellbeing→material conditions + quality of life indicators / outcomes indicators + opportunities indicators. 4 1. (...) Quality of life: Health status *indicators measured in Casen Outcomes To be educated Indicators: • Educational level* • Educational level expectancy Opportunities Opportunities to be educated Indicators: • Capabilities enabled by educational level • Possibility to learn something new • Barriers to continue studing 9 3. (...) Quality of life: Environmental quality Outcomes Live in a safe environment Indicators: • Self-reported victimization • Experience of unsafe situation • Risk of public sexual harassment ​ • Feeling of security Opportunities Opportunities to live in a safe environment Indicators: • Access to social protection and security mechanisms 14 3.
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Score: 380135.94 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...nisterio-desarrollo-social.pdf
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Digital Opportunity Index (DOI)   عربي   |   中文   |   Español   |   Français   |   Русский     Advanced Search   Home : ITU-D : ICT Data and Statistics (IDS)     Digital Opportunity Index (DOI) Overview - Methodology - WISR 2006 - DOI 2007 - Contact us What is the Digital Opportunity Index (DOI)? The Digital Opportunity Index is an e-index based on internationally-agreed ICT indicators. (...) DOI Highlights The Geneva phase of the World Summit on the Information Society called for the creation of a composite Digital Opportunity Index. In considering what such an index should comprise, it is useful to think about what digital opportunity means.
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Score: 379601.59 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/doi/index.html
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Slide 1 ‘Market Opportunities & Challenges’ (Trade Perspective) John Ireland Czarnikow Group Limited 4th FAO Sugar Conference ‘Sugar Policies to Promote Trade, Development & Growth: Priorities to Face Future Challenges’ - Nadi, Fiji Global Perspective of Fiji Industry - Export Dynamics Commercialisation – Route to Market - Product, Place, Positioning Trade Opportunities - Preferential Market Access / Regional Trade Looking Ahead - Opportunities & Challenges - Markets - Industry Presentation Overview Global Perspective of Fiji Industry - Export Dynamics Commercialisation – Route to Market - Product, Place, Positioning Trade Opportunities - Preferential Market Access / Regional Trade Looking Ahead - Opportunities & Challenges - Markets - Industry Global Perspective of Fiji Industry Exports Vs Production 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 1993 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 tonnes tq Production World Market Exports Preferetial Exports  2012 export forecast (cal.yr): 180k tonnes Exports By Destination 0 100 200 300 400 500 1993 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 tonnes tq Other Other Asia Japan US Quota EU Exports  All 2012 exports bound for EU – most remunerative market Global Perspective of Fiji Industry - Export Dynamics Commercialisation – Route to Market - Product, Place, Positioning Trade Opportunities - Preferential Market Access / Regional Trade Looking Ahead - Opportunities & Challenges - Markets - Industry Commercialisation Product  Bulk Raw Sugar – For refining at destination – 98.3°  Bagged Raw Sugar – For local/regional direct consumption  Molasses (90% for export, 10% local use) Place – Route to Market  Two bulk raw sugar export terminals: Lautoka & Labasa (Malau)  Molasses tanks Lautoka Raw Sugar Export Terminal  Max Draft: 11m (30k-40k mt vessels)  Loading Rate: 1,000 mt/hr  Raw Sugar Storage: 120,000 tonnes Malau Raw Sugar Export Terminal  Max Draft: 11m (30k-40k mt vessels)  Loading Rate: 250 mt/hr  Raw Sugar Storage: 28,000 tonnes Positioning – Export Routes (EU) Typical Freight ~US$60 Positioning – Export Routes (Asia)  Two bulk raw sugar export terminals: Lautoka & Malau Typical Freight ~US$35  Background  Over 50 years cooperation with Fiji sugar industry  Support for Fiji Sugar Corporation & Cane growers  The Role of the Broker  Optimising commercial opportunities abroad  Handling logistic chain to move products across the globe  Essential financial and logistical services  Assisting with diplomatic representation in preferential markets  Advising on market developments & trends  Helping manage changing markets Czarnikow & Fiji Sugar Global Perspective of Fiji Sugar Industry - Export Dynamics Commercialisation – Route to Market - Product, Place, Positioning Trade Opportunities - Preferential Market Access / Regional Trade Looking Ahead - Opportunities & Challenges - Markets - Industry Trade Opportunities  Background  ACP / EU Sugar Protocol Quota: 165k tonnes (1973 – 2009)  Guaranteed Prices / Guaranteed Market  Economic Partnership Agreement (October 2009 onwards)  Current Situation  EPA: Duty-free, quota-free market access – all sugar  MFN bulk raw sugar import duty €339, plus special safeguard  White sugar prices currently €711 (May ‘12)  Strong demand for raw sugar / refining margin limited  Outlook  EU market changing – Preference erosion continues  Uncertain implications of proposed removal of production quotas EU Preferential Market Access  Background  Duty free access for raw sugar for refining, within annual quota  Fiji one of 40 beneficiary GSP countries: 1.1m tonnes  Current Situation  Quota: 9,477 tonnes  No.16 prices: ~28/29 c/lb  White sugar prices: ~50 c/lb  Large refining premium  Outlook  Farm Bill currently under review  Limited change to sugar programme envisaged USA Preferential Market Access  Background  Asian markets of historic importance to Fiji industry  Destination refineries – Japan and other regional refiners  ~50% of total export during the 1990’s  Current Situation  Deficit trade balance – Strong regional price premiums  Supported by high world market prices of late  Outlook  Regional premium supported by strong global freight rates  Strong regional consumption growth Regional Market Opportunities Global Perspective of Fiji Sugar Industry - Export Dynamics Commercialisation – Route to Market - Product, Place, Positioning Trade Opportunities - Preferential Market Access / Regional Trade Looking Ahead - Opportunities & Challenges - Markets - Industry Looking Ahead World & Regional Market Outlook  Opportunities  Strong global growth in demand  Production expansion potential limited – especially in Asia  Domestic policy favouring destination refining i.e. raw sugar  Challenges  Price volatility  Increasing global freight rates  Summary  Good opportunities for when Fiji production rebounds  EU  Current market conditions favourable for raw sugar  Outlook less certain, given forthcoming policy change  USA  Price & quantity limited  Stable policy environment  Outlook: Opportunities & Challenges  On going market access – supported by high MFN import duties  Preference erosion  Changing EU policy environment – commercial implications Preferential Market Outlook  Opportunities  Strong production potential  Strong demand for sugar: Preferential & regional markets  Geographical position for Asian markets  Challenges  Price volatility: World market & increasingly EU  Logistics for preferential markets  Need to optimise logistics & terminal/loading facilities  EU policy direction - implications for EU refining sector  Diversify revenue flows: sugar & sugar products  Summary  Huge opportunities – need for industry to position itself Industry: Opportunities & Challenges
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The Fellowship Programme provides an opportunity to bring 18 young professionals into UNFPA, with a dedicated focus on both providing a youth perspective and driving innovation in UNFPA’s priority areas. (...) Applications will close on 20 March 2022 (kindly refer to the individual assignment opportunities for details). Angola Young Innovator Fellow with UNFPA in Luanda Benin Young Innovator Fellow with UNFPA in Cotonou Colombia Young Innovator Fellow with UNFPA in Bogotá Egypt Young Innovator Fellow with UNFPA in Cairo Young Innovator Fellow with UNFPA in Cairo Ghana Young Innovator Fellow with UNFPA in Accra Jordan https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1686440443137280 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1686369076645120 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1686296120974592 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1686432590927104 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1686435111954688 https://unvprodb2c.b2clogin.com/unvprodb2c.onmicrosoft.com/b2c_1a_uvp/oauth2/v2.0/authorize?response_type=id_token%20token&scope=https%3A%2F%2FUNVProdB2C.onmicrosoft.com%2Fuvp-production-application%2FApi.Access%20openid%20profile&client_id=ca9dfccc-7bfe-4b88-89a2-20d4646a0613&redirect_uri=https%3A%2F%2Fapp.unv.org&state=eyJpZCI6IjU0ZTQ3NzNiLWI4NzEtNDU5Ny1iYzg5LWNjNGYwYWIzY2M3ZiIsInRzIjoxNjQ3NDQyOTQ3LCJtZXRob2QiOiJyZWRpcmVjdEludGVyYWN0aW9uIn0%3D&nonce=e30fd100-f1f3-4d86-9815-3cd86f508819&client_info=1&x-client-SKU=MSAL.JS&x-client-Ver=1.4.16&client-request-id=e84cc3ab-2436-4361-bf7e-1e66c60d74d1&response_mode=fragment General enquires Email: unv.media@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 Partnership enquires Email: partnershipsupport@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 3 Young Innovator Fellow with UNFPA in Amman Kyrgyzstan Young Innovator Fellow with UNFPA in Bishkek Lao PDR Young Innovator Fellow with UNFPA in Vientiane Madagascar Young Innovator Fellow with UNFPA in Antananarivo Moldova Young Innovator Fellow with UNFPA in Chisinau Nicaragua Young Innovator Fellow with UNFPA in Managua Panama Young Innovator Fellow with UNFPA in Panama City Papua New Guinea Young Innovator Fellow with UNFPA in Port Moresby Senegal Young Innovator Fellow with UNFPA in Dakar South Africa Young Innovator Fellow with UNFPA in Johannesburg Thailand Young Innovator Fellow with UNFPA in Bangkok Turkey Young Innovator Fellow with UNFPA in Istanbul https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1686533496661248 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1686340538914048 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1686451955946752 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1686342436837632 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1686329761580288 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1686358876261632 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1686361496526080 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1686315748573440 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1686348956361984 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1686442510975232 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1686332410939648 https://app.unv.org/opportunities/1686338841804032 General enquires Email: unv.media@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 Partnership enquires Email: partnershipsupport@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 4 Global Sustainable Development Goal: SDG 3: Good health and well-being SDG 5: Gender equality SDG 10: Reduced inequalities UNFPA is the United Nations sexual and reproductive health agency.
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Score: 379088.77 - https://www.unv.org/node/33217/pdf
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Organic markets for fruit and vegetables in Europe 1 Market for Organic Fruit & Vegetables in JAPAN Bart Vrolijk Agricultural Trade Specialist FAO, Rome, October 2001 2 Outline of presentation • Definition • Organic Farming • Government Policy • The Organic Market • Consumer Attitudes • Imports • Conclusions and Opportunities 3 Definition : Organic Food “Yuki Shohukin” but: Yuki Shohukin Organic Food 有機性食糧 Definition Policy Market Consumer attitudes Imports Conclusion & Opportunities Organic farming 4 Definition Policy Market Consumer attitudes Imports Conclusion & Opportunities Organic farming “Yuki Shohukin” = 1) Organic: no chemicals (3 year) 2) Organic in transition: no chemicals (6 months - 3 year) 3) No pesticides 4) Reduced pesticides: chem. pesticides < 50 % of average 5) No chemical fertilizer 6) Reduced fertilizer grown: chem. fert.< 50 % of average 5 Organic Food (item 1) vs. Green Labelled Food (items 2-6) Definition Policy Market Consumer attitudes Imports Conclusion & Opportunities Organic farming 6 Definition Policy Market Consumer attitudes Imports Conclusion & Opportunities Organic farming Organic Farming in Japan • Difficulties: land scarcity & wet and humid climate •  3 500 organic producers • only 1 000 hectares • products: rice, tea, green vegetables, potatoes, citrus and other fruit 7 Definition Policy Market Consumer attitudes Imports Conclusion & Opportunities Organic farming Government Policy April 1992: MAFF organic labelling guidelines (no law!) 1998: MAFF establish Organic Certification rule in JAS law June 2000: The revised JAS law took effect April 2001: Control “organic” label took effect. 8 Definition Policy Market Consumer attitudes Imports Conclusion & Opportunities Organic farming Japanese inspection system Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) Certification bodies (RCOs) WholesaleOrganic processingOrganic farming Consumers Retail Registration Certification Certification Certification RCO = Registered Certification Organization 9 Definition Policy Market Consumer attitudes Imports Conclusion & Opportunities Organic farming Japanese Organic Market • Huge difference in estimates • Certified Organic: US$ 350 million • “Green” labelled: US$ 2 500 million • main products: rice, wheat, soybean • Fresh and Frozen F&V < 5 % of total 10 Definition Policy Market Consumer attitudes Imports Conclusion & Opportunities Organic farming Japanese Organic Market • Retail Prices 20%-30% (also 100%) • Distribution channels: 1) Teikei system 2) Home delivery 3) Supermarket 11 Definition Policy Market Consumer attitudes Imports Conclusion & Opportunities Organic farming Consumer Attitudes • Lack of knowledge difference “organic” and “green” • consumer surveys unreliable • domestic produce: – certification better – fresher – preserve Japanese agriculture – eating ‘own’ food is good 12 Definition Policy Market Consumer attitudes Imports Conclusion & Opportunities Organic farming Organic Imports • Organic labelled products to be certified by RCO (# 38) • Three ways to obtain JAS logo 1) approved country status (equivalent) 2) as 1, but JAS logo put upon arrival 3) through MAFF accredited RCO • Advise: work with Japanese importer 13 Definition Policy Market Consumer attitudes Imports Conclusion & Opportunities Organic farming Organic Imports • Main suppliers: – United States – China – Australia – New Zealand • Constraints: – high sanitary requirements; fumigation – careful market research needed – confusion between labels 14 Definition Policy Market Consumer attitudes Imports Conclusion & Opportunities Organic farming Conclusion & Opportunities • Attractive market: – large population – strong purchasing power – health awareness But: • High Phytosanitary requirements • Definitional Confusion 15 Definition Policy Market Consumer attitudes Imports Conclusion & Opportunities Organic farming Main Opportunities • fresh fruit and juices • avocado • processed fruit pulps • frozen vegetables • convenience foods The end
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Score: 378935.74 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...iversification_2001/4japan.pdf
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Fast forward a few weeks, and the opportunities have changed. There are still opportunities to write grant proposals, edit articles about the business environment, and create infographics. (...) The second way to find volunteer opportunities is to scroll towards the bottom of the main UN volunteers page and click on the label “Find opportunities.” (...) As we’ve noted, although the UN volunteer opportunities might not make explicit the call for help from I-O psychologists, with a little digging you can find opportunities that leverage the I-O’s skill set.
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Score: 378903.74 - https://www.unv.org/node/7430/pdf
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As part of implementing the provisions of the Law on Equal Opportunities for Women and Men, the Government of the Republic of Lithuania approved already third National Programme of Equal Opportunities of Women and Men 2010-2014. (...) The procedure of registration and assignment of complaints shall be laid down by the regulations of the Office of Equal Opportunities Ombudsperson approved by the Equal Opportunities Ombudsperson. If a complaint has been received orally or by telephone, or if the Equal Opportunities Ombudsperson has found indications of violation of equal rights in the press, other media or other sources of information, the Equal Opportunities Ombudsperson may initiate investigation on his own initiative.
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Score: 378450.98 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...icPoliticalLife/Lithuania.docx
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World information Society Report 2006 Français  |  Español   Print Version   Home : Office of the Secretary-General : CSD   WORLD INFORMATION SOCIETY REPORT 2006 coming in May >> WISR 2007   Download the Report Download the text of the report [12.3 MB] ORDER the printed copy of the report , with full statistical annex Download the Executive Summary [ 600 KB] Download by chapter Foreword [ 40 KB] Contents [ 60 KB] Chapter One: A Summit for Building an Information Society [ 136 KB] Chapter Two: Measuring the Information Society [ 467 KB] Chapter Three:   Information Society Trends [ 168 KB] Chapter Four: From Measurement to Policy-Making [ 794 KB] Chapter Five: Beyond WSIS: Making a Difference Globally [ 4.5 MB] Chapter Six: Towards an Information Society for All   [ 78 KB] List of Acronyms [ 42 KB] Map of Digital Opportunity Worldwide, 2005 [ 185 KB] Statistical Annex [ 5.7 MB] , including Digital Opportunity Index 2005 - World (table and map, [ 2.8 MB] Digital Opportunity Index 2005 - Africa (table and map, [ 0.8 MB] Digital Opportunity Index 2005 - Americas (table and map, [ 0.7 MB] Digital Opportunity Index 2005 - Asia-Pacific (table and map, [ 0.8 MB] Digital Opportunity Index 2005 - Europe (table and map, [ 1 MB] Technical note of the statistical annex   [ 67 KB] Q&A about the WISR New Report Tracks Strong Gains in the Information Society Worldwide Strong gains have been achieved in digital opportunity around the world, according to a new report from the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). (...) D ramatic progress has been achieved by developing countries, however, which made the greatest progress in digital opportunity - notably India, where digital opportunity nearly doubled between 2001 and 2005, and China, which experienced remarkably strong gains in infrastructure. (...) The DOI has been developed by a multi-stakeholder partnership (the Digital Opportunity Platform) comprising ITU, UNCTAD and the KADO (Korea Agency for Digital Opportunity and Promotion) and which is open to other partners.
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