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This legislation, not only recognizes some of the underlying pressures that encourage trafficking but also provides for comprehensive measures to deal with victims of trafficking and re-integrate them back into their communities. (...) Whether the aim is to reduce trafficking in women and girls or reduce incidences of violence and to deal firmly with cases in court; whether it provides a soft landing for victims of trafficking and for violence, legislations and Plans of Actions can only go so far. (...) But implementation for optimum results lags way behind. Herein lies the problem.
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Score: 1030470.7 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/documents/ga67/Kenya.pdf
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While there should never be an arbitrary limit to the number of concepts brought out, the optimum level of exhaustivity depends on several factors, such as the type of work and the subject matter of the work. Exhaustive analysis is advisable, for instance, when a document deals with one of the UN's main subject areas for which a very large body of documentation exists (such as development, human rights, peacekeeping or international security), so that subjects are assigned for the various specific sub-topics that would normally be brought out as primary subjects of other works. (...) New terms may need to be introduced in the documentary language when works deal with topics that are more specific than any existing terms (see also Part II, Term Selection ).
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Score: 1025531.1 - https://www.un.org/depts/dhl/u...manual/indexpolicy/concept.htm
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Such increase in traffic volume and robust growth will lead to increasing complexity of the operating environment. 1.2 Meanwhile, it can be recognized that currently there is no implemented collaborative mechanisms to deal with such events (Expo 2020 - World Cup 2022) within the Region. 1.3 The phased implementation of the Global ATM Operational Concept (OCD) in the Region aimed to achieve an interoperable global Air Traffic Management System, for all users during all phases of flight, that meets agreed levels of safety, provides for optimum economic operations, is environmentally sustainable and meets national security requirements is yet to be initiated. 1.4 In addition, there is no established mechanism to give guidance on the seven interdependent concept components that will be integrated to form the future ATM system as follows: • Airspace organization and management • Aerodrome operations • Demand and capacity balancing • Traffic synchronization • Conflict management • Airspace user operations • ATM service delivery management 1.5 It is noted that under the ATM service delivery management, ATM system design will have to be determined by collaborative decision making and system-wide safety and business case.
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Score: 1016362.1 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...0collaborative%20mechanism.pdf
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NEAFC is a regional fisheries management organisation dealing with fisheries for stocks that occur in the high seas of the North East Atlantic. (...) NEAFC’s objective is to ensure the long-term conservation and optimum utilisation of the fishery resources in the Convention Area, providing sustainable economic, environmental and social benefits.
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Score: 1016362.1 - https://www.un.org/Depts/los/g...contributions_2014_2/NEAFC.pdf
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Some of the issues under the remit of the Committee are already being addressed sporadically in other forums, yet the potential for the Committee to deal with various issues in a cohesive fashion remains largely untapped. (...) The frequency of the Charter Committee’s meetings should be related to question of making optimum use of its scope to the satisfaction of all Member States.
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Score: 1016362.1 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...arter_committee/bangladesh.pdf
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A structuralist-Keynesian model for determining the optimum real exchange rate for Brazil’s economic development process: 1999-2015 | Publication | Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean Skip to main content United Nations Español English Português About ECLAC Executive Secretary Headquarters and offices Library CEPAL Review Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean Menu Home Work areas 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Gender affairs International trade and integration Economic development Production, productivity and management Social development Sustainable development and human settlements Statistics Planning for development (ILPES) Population and development Natural resources Cooperation Publications Data and statistics Training Press Centre Events Home Work areas 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Gender affairs International trade and integration Economic development Production, productivity and management Social development Sustainable development and human settlements Statistics Planning for development (ILPES) Population and development Natural resources Cooperation Publications Data and statistics Training Press Centre Events Search About ECLAC Executive Secretary Headquarters and offices Library CEPAL Review ES EN PT You are here Home » Publications » A structuralist-Keynesian model for determining the optimum real exchange rate for Brazil’s economic development process: 1999-2015 Available in: English Español A structuralist-Keynesian model for determining the optimum real exchange rate for Brazil’s economic development process: 1999-2015 December 2017 | Regular Publications, Reviews and Bulletins » CEPAL Review Economic development Author: Nassif, André - Feijó, Carmem Aparecida - Araújo, Eliane UN symbol.: LC/PUB.2017/24-P p. 188-208; grafs., tabls December 2017 Download Publication pdf Description The “optimum” long-run real exchange rate is the rate that will efficiently channel production resources into industries that generate and diffuse productivity gains in the economy as a whole and that will thus tend to speed up and sustain the economic development process. Rather than employing conventional models, a structuralist-Keynesian model is used to demonstrate, both theoretically and empirically, that the factors influencing the path of the long-run real exchange rate and the divergence of the observed real exchange rate from the “optimum” real exchange rate in terms of economic development are accounted for by both structural and short-term macroeconomic policy variables. Econometric estimates for 1999-2015 indicate that, following a prolonged period, beginning in late 2005, during which the Brazilian currency appreciated quite steeply, the real exchange rate in Brazil reached its “optimum” level in mid-January 2016. View bibliographical record in the Digital Repository You might be interested in Preliminary Overview of the Economies of Latin...
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Score: 1014811.2 - https://www.cepal.org/en/publi...mum-real-exchange-rate-brazils
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At the same time account should be taken of the work being carried out both in regional organizations and in other international organizations (ILO, OECD, etc.) dealing with employment issues. 7 Target audience Target audience Developed countries Developing countries Least developed countries (LDCs) Telecom policy-makers Interested Very interested Very interested Telecom regulators Interested Very interested Very interested Service providers/operators Interested Very interested Very interested Manufacturers Interested Very interested Very interested Other State entities Interested Very interested Very interested a) Target audience The proposed work will be useful for bodies in the Member States, such as the telecommunication administrations and administrations dealing with planning and management of public employment policies, and for the private sector, which will have better information on the basis of which to design business plans. b) Proposed methods for the implementation of the results At the end of the study period, a comprehensive report on the above Question could be distributed to authorities, organizations and enterprises that so wish in the telecommunication sector. The whole report or a summary could also be published on the ITU website. 8 Proposed methods of handling the Question a) The Question will be studied within Study Group 1. b) Study of this subject will require the collection of data, analysis and the formulation of conclusions based on the experience of various Member States. To this end, for optimum organization within Study Group 1, it will be necessary to set up a working party, with terms of reference to be assigned by the study group. 9 Coordination On the basis of the evaluation of the subject to be conducted, it might prove useful to set up some form of coordination with other international organizations working in the development and employment fields. 10 Other information _____________ X:\BDT\Sellier\SG1Questions.doc (213450) 31.05.06 08.05.06 X:\BDT\Sellier\SG1Questions.docX:\BDT\Sellier\SG1Questions.doc (213450) 31.05.06 08.05.06
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Score: 1004484.9 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/stud...QUEST-SG1/DEFQUEST-Q21-1-E.doc
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At the same time account should be taken of the work being carried out both in regional organizations and in other international organizations (ILO, OECD, etc.) dealing with employment issues. 7 Target audience Target audience Developed countries Developing countries Least developed countries (LDCs) Telecom policy-makers Interested Very interested Very interested Telecom regulators Interested Very interested Very interested Service providers/operators Interested Very interested Very interested Manufacturers Interested Very interested Very interested Other State entities Interested Very interested Very interested - 3 - WTDC06/202(Rev.2)-E a) Target audience The proposed work will be useful for bodies in the Member States, such as the telecommunication administrations and administrations dealing with planning and management of public employment policies, and for the private sector, which will have better information on the basis of which to design business plans. b) Proposed methods for the implementation of the results At the end of the study period, a comprehensive report on the above Question could be distributed to authorities, organizations and enterprises that so wish in the telecommunication sector. The whole report or a summary could also be published on the ITU website. 8 Proposed methods of handling the Question a) The Question will be studied within Study Group 1. b) Study of this subject will require the collection of data, analysis and the formulation of conclusions based on the experience of various Member States. To this end, for optimum organization within Study Group 1, it will be necessary to set up a working party, with terms of reference to be assigned by the study group. 9 Coordination On the basis of the evaluation of the subject to be conducted, it might prove useful to set up some form of coordination with other international organizations working in the development and employment fields. 10 Other information _____________
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Score: 1004484.9 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/stud.../documents/Questions/Q21-1.pdf
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Already we are implementing systems and procedures to deal with increased airspace and airport congestion that could impact the safe and efficient growth of air transport operations. 14. (...) Finding and promoting effective solutions to these challenges is all about moving passengers, goods and mail through a minimum of transit points, in the shortest time, with optimum satisfaction and at the lowest cost. 17. This essentially summarizes the concept of ‘connectivity’ that has become so relevant to air transport economics in recent years. 18. (...) ATM coordination advances must move forward hand-in-hand with airport development to achieve optimum network expansion results, and ICAO’s guidance on the flexible use of civil-military airspace can also play an important role here. 22.
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Score: 998137.7 - https://www.icao.int/Documents...l_Airport_Leaders_Forum_EN.pdf
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Under this agenda item, the modules that support the key performance area of Optimum Capacity and Flexible Flights will be presented. (...) Flights will be accommodated in a manner that achieves the optimum system outcome with minimal deviation from the user preferred 4D flight trajectory. (...) Departure and arrival procedures that take into account airspace and traffic complexity while facilitating flight via optimum profiles by enabling continuous climb operations (CCOs), continuous descent operations (CDOs) and optimized profile descents (OPDs) will be addressed.
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Score: 994329.3 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2012/aop_sg8/wp11.pdf
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