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APPENDIX C EXAMPLES OF THE DIFFICULTY OF SELECTING OPTIONS FROM THE ISO STANDARDS FOR INCLUSION IN THE 1968 CONVENTION
Laser engraving has many security benefits but cannot personalise a digitised colour photograph of the card holder unless a second printing technology is combined with laser engraving. (...) Amongst the 9 options are the following: Optical effect pigments (other than UV or IR pigments), IR-fluorescent ink, IR-drop out inks, Non-optical effect pigments and UV fluorescent ink in personalised data. • Protecting personalised data – 12 features, of which three are compulsory and another one from the remaining 9 options must be selected. (...) The following machine-readable technologies are specified: • 2-Dimensional barcode – printed on the back of the card during personalisation without any additional cost relative to a card without any machine-readable technology
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Score: 1464937.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...S=ECE/TRANS/WP.1/2020/8&Lang=E
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This Strategy has put in place housing support responses («Casas Primeiro» programme, inspired by the «Housing First» model, and housing-led services), training and capacity building and personalised technical support. Although it is a national strategy, the responses are of local and regional nature, namely municipal, implemented in a network within the scope of local poles of insertion for people in a homelessness situation. (...) This Strategy has put in place housing support responses («Casas Primeiro» programme, inspired by the «Housing First» model, and housing - led services), training and capacity building and personalised technical support. Although it is a national strat egy, the responses are of local and regional nature, namely municipal, implemented in a network within the scope of local poles of insertion for people in a homelessness situation. (...) This Strategy has put in place housing support responses («Casas Primeiro» programme, inspired by the «Housing First» model, and housing-led services), training and capacity building and personalised technical support. Although it is a national strategy, the responses are of local and regional nature, namely municipal, implemented in a network within the scope of local poles of insertion for people in a homelessness situation.
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Score: 1378956.25 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...lt/files/2022-03/Portugal.docx
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A shared mutual goal Acknowledgement and support Renewed or maintained interest and involvement Multi- platform Regular Personalised How do we maintain momentum and partnerships? How do we maintain momentum and partnerships? Personalised Regular Multi- platform some more personalized communication would have been better.
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Score: 1307815.3 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...ion_4_Panel4_Claire_Rumsey.pdf
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IRG-AVA webinar on “How to engage the whole audience: Innovation in media accessibility”, 15 July 2020 Committed to connecting the world Search for: ITU About ITU Media Centre Events Publications Statistics Areas of Action Regional Presence Careers General Secretariat Radiocommunication Standardization Development ITU Telecom Members' Zone Join ITU IRG-AVA webinar on “How to engage the whole audience: Innovation in media accessibility”, 15 July 2020 Rollup Image You are here ITU > Home > Intersector Rapporteur groups > IRG-AVA Share Page Content 20 ​ Webinar webpage​   Programme and Presentations Moderator:  David Wood , Co-Chair IRG-AVA; ITU-R SG6,EBU Speakers: 1. (13:05-13:15) Introduction to User Profiles and Personalisation, Pradipta Bitwas , Co-Chair IRG-AVA; Rapporteur ITU-T Q11/ 9 Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India [ presentation ] 2. (13:15-13:25) Accessibility through Personalisation, Andy Quested Chair ITU-R Working Party 6C BBC, UK [ presentation​ ] 3. (13:25-13:35) AI Machine Translation for Live News and Sport, Giovanni Galvez , VP of Business Development and Strategy SyncWords [ pres​entation​ ] 4. (13:35-13:45) Introduction to accessibility needs during Covid-19 pandemic, Masahito Kawamori , Co-Chair IRG-AVA; Rapporteur ITU-T Q26/16; Project Prof.
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Score: 1298411.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/irg/ava/Pages/20200715-programme.aspx
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DashboardProvider search Membership cardClaims Cigna Wellbeing™ App The Cigna Wellbeing App gives you access to personalised health tips, professional guidance and more. › Receive personalised advice to improve your health; › Connect to a virtual coaching programme on proper nutrition, weight management, sleep habits and stress reduction; › Keep track of your biometrics; › Find relevant wellness articles and healthy recipes.
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Score: 1277840 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...cigna_international_apps_0.pdf
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MINIMUM STANDARD 5.1 As a minimum, issuing states should send one example, personalised with ‘specimen data’ of their new ordinary passport together with a letter detailing the introduction date of the new passport. Where the new passport is an e-passport the chip should be personalised and the data should match that reproduced on the biodata page. (...) This should be accompanied by at least one specimen from each process if they differ – for example laser toner personalisation centrally and inkjet in regional offices. 5.4 Where the new documents are eMRTDs, the issuing country should take the opportunity to join a CD with its CSCA-certificate and any DS-certificates already issued. 6.
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Score: 1263344.9 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...TagMrtd22/TAG-MRTD-22_WP18.pdf
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THE SAME ROLE BUT CHANGING FUNCTION? THE CONSEQUENCES OF DATAFICATION FOR OFFICIAL STATISTICS
Attitudes of citizens put in similar situations in different contexts, such as providing data for statistical offices, the public good, will change due to the described mechanisms, which they experience on a daily basis. 6. Personalisation is an important factor when providing services and encourage citizens to give personal data. (...) As compensation, users are receiving information on their health status, getting personalised behavioural advice and can compare themselves with other users or get the possibility of creating groups, e.g. for doing exercises together. 7. (...) These incentives might be gamification, community engagement, public recognition, personalised services, monetary or pseudo-monetary reward for individuals.
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Score: 1249219.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=ECE/CES/2019/26&Lang=E
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UNITED KINGDOM : FOLLOW-UP TO INQUIRY REPORT - ADDENDUM
Adult Social Care reform and personalised care 28. The UK Government announced its plan for health and social care17 in September 2021. (...) As part of the NHS Long Term Plan18 in England, the UK Government aims to expand personalised care through measures including personal health budgets and social prescribing, where people are referred by their GPs to local community or voluntary activities. (...) The BCF requires NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups and local authorities to make joint plans to support integration and personalisation of health and social care as partners, through pooled budgets.
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Score: 1246756.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...=CRPD/C/GBR/FIR/1/ADD.1&Lang=E
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GE.12-21485 Econo
Requirements imposed by AETR Contracting Parties concerning the recording of third country driver’s driving and rest time periods according to article 3 of the AETR Agreement Requirement imposed by AETR Contracting Parties for the recording of the driving and rest times by drivers from 3rd countries Contracting Party Fully calibrated analogue tachograph, for vehicles which were first put into service before 16 June 2010 A fully calibrated digital tachograph and personalised driver card for vehicles which were first put into service after 16 June 2010 A manual record in the form of a driver’s log book or other paper based record A manual record in the form of a note made on a an analogue tachograph A manual record in the form of a print out from an uncalibrated digital tachograph A manual record in the form of a print out from a calibrated digital tachograph Albania Andorra Armenia Austria Azerbaijan Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Czech Republic Croatia Cyprus Denmark Estonia EC E/TR A NS/SC .1/G E .21/5 16 Requirement imposed by AETR Contracting Parties for the recording of the driving and rest times by drivers from 3rd countries Contracting Party Fully calibrated analogue tachograph, for vehicles which were first put into service before 16 June 2010 A fully calibrated digital tachograph and personalised driver card for vehicles which were first put into service after 16 June 2010 A manual record in the form of a driver’s log book or other paper based record A manual record in the form of a note made on a an analogue tachograph A manual record in the form of a print out from an uncalibrated digital tachograph A manual record in the form of a print out from a calibrated digital tachograph Finland France Georgia Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Kazakhstan Latvia Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Monaco Montenegro Netherlands Norway Poland EC E/TR A N S/SC .1/G E .21/5 17 Requirement imposed by AETR Contracting Parties for the recording of the driving and rest times by drivers from 3rd countries Contracting Party Fully calibrated analogue tachograph, for vehicles which were first put into service before 16 June 2010 A fully calibrated digital tachograph and personalised driver card for vehicles which were first put into service after 16 June 2010 A manual record in the form of a driver’s log book or other paper based record A manual record in the form of a note made on a an analogue tachograph A manual record in the form of a print out from an uncalibrated digital tachograph A manual record in the form of a print out from a calibrated digital tachograph Portugal Republic of Moldova Romania Russian Federation San Marino Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland The FYR of Macedonia Turkey Turkmenistan Ukraine United Kingdom Uzbekistan
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Score: 1229422.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=ECE/TRANS/SC.1/GE.21/5&Lang=E
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WEB VERSUS PAPER QUESTIONNAIRES : A DESIGN AND FUNCTIONALITY COMPARISON : INVITED PAPER / SUBMITTED BY THE OFFICE FOR NATIONAL STATISTICS, UNITED KINGDOM
In a web questionnaire the names of the household members listed at the beginning of the questionnaire could be used to personalise subsequent person questions thereby removing the need for the impersonal use of ‘person 1’ and so on. (...) These two questions would allow the relationship question to become personalised. Firstly, the correct number of household members could be presented; having already established how many people were usually resident. (...) The names have also been used to personalise the menu button links to the personal information pages on the left. 24.
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Score: 1224589.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=CES/2005/15&Lang=E
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