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INFORMATION ON STRENGTHENED COMMUNICATION
After almost two years of increased multilingual capacity in French and Spanish, key targets for each of the four new IPBES social media channels have all been exceeded, with significant and demonstrable increases in the size and engagement levels of the IPBES community. V. Nature Insight Podcast 13. In February 2022, IPBES launched the second season of its professionally produced, distributed and marketed podcast, Nature Insight – Speed-Dating with the Future (https://link.chtbl.com/NatureInsightS02) comprising a further six episodes, with the objective again of elevating lesser-heard but important voices from within the wider IPBES community. The second season was very successful – with more than 21,500 downloads between mid-February and 30 April, in comparison to just over 16,000 downloads of Season 1 in the whole of 2021. The IPBES podcast also broke into the Top 100, Top 20 and Top 10 podcast charts for Nature across a number of countries, peaking at first place in Australia, 2nd place in the UK, 3rd in Canada, 5th in the USA and 8th in Germany. It also achieved 61st place on the global Top 200 science podcasts. A key factor in this ongoing success was the use of the podcast medium to reach out to wider priority audiences and to help make the work of IPBES more understandable and relatable to both new and existing stakeholders.
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Score: 1304948.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=IPBES/9/INF/17&Lang=E
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SUMMARY RECORD (PARTIAL) OF THE 2519TH MEETING, HELD AT HEADQUARTERS, NEW YORK, ON MONDAY, 24 MARCH 2008 : HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE, 92ND SESSION
Wedgwood said that the podcasting of the meetings could help the Committee to publicize its work. (...) Kälin provided an explanation of podcasts, webcasts and streaming media. 26. Ms. (...) The spoken word would suffice and worked equally well for podcasting, streaming and other media. The meeting rose at 1 p.m.
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Score: 1287072.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=CCPR/C/SR.2519&Lang=E
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ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS :NEWS SERVICES : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
In addition, the fourth season of the weekly podcast of the Under-Secretary-General for Global Communications, Awake at Night, was launched in August 2021 on a dedicated subsite. (...) The team also met an increased demand for recording podcasts, along with promotional and virtual training videos. (...) It also produced a monthly podcast focused on key topics related to gender and youth. 57.
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Score: 1285856.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=A/AC.198/2022/3&Lang=E
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 22ND MEETING : 6TH COMMITTEE, HELD AT HEADQUARTERS, NEW YORK, ON FRIDAY, 25 OCTOBER 2019, GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 74TH SESSION
As of 2018, all lectures were available in audio format and could be downloaded and listened to as podcasts. To further facilitate access, a tutorial video had been added to the main page of the Audiovisual Library website explaining how to use the audio features. (...) It also commended the Division for successfully completing the podcast project, which had facilitated access to lectures for users without reliable high-speed Internet. 19. (...) The European Union commended the Division’s efforts to improve access to the Library by making lectures available as podcasts, improving linguistic representation and disseminating legal information and publications via the Internet.
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Score: 1254859.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=A/C.6/74/SR.22&Lang=E
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PERFORMANCE REPORT ON THE BUDGET OF THE UNITED NATIONS INTERIM ADMINISTRATION MISSION IN KOSOVO FOR THE PERIOD FROM 1 JULY 2008 TO 30 JUNE 2009 : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Outputs are stated in expected accomplishment 1.1 A/64/604 15 09-66379 Kosovo (a total of 90,000 printed copies, 12 editions), 15,000 copies of the newsletter Danas I Sutra (Today and Tomorrow) (a total of 180,000 printed copies, 12 editions), 99 television programmes (52 “Danas I Sutra” and 47 United Nations reports), 260 radio and Web broadcasts (5 stories per week for 52 weeks), 354 podcasts, 104 video podcasts and 15 radio, television and Web public service announcements Expected accomplishment 1.3: improved relations between Belgrade and Pristina Planned indicators of achievement Actual indicators of achievement Signing of protocols and/or exchange of letters between Pristina and Belgrade on missing persons, culture, energy, economy, transport and communications Following the entry into force of the Kosovo Constitution, no protocols were signed between Pristina and Belgrade in the areas of energy, economy, transport or communications. (...) Owing to the changed situation on the ground and the decreased involvement of UNMIK, the demand from external actors for legal opinions decreased International legal assistance requests from local and international courts and the diplomatic community were processed Public information campaign to promote public awareness of improved relations between Belgrade and Pristina including 14,400 brochures, 7,500 copies of the magazine Focus Kosovo (a total of 90,000 printed copies, 12 editions), 15,000 copies of the newsletter Danas I Sutra (Today and Tomorrow) (a total of 180,000 printed copies, 12 editions), 354 podcasts and 104 video podcasts, 463 radio, television and Web broadcasts, 70 press briefings, 205 press releases and monitoring of the media through the review of 356 morning headlines, 280 media reports and 536 international media clippings No UNMIK ceased producing several products in October 2008, which affected its public information output. (...) Outputs are stated in expected accomplishment 1.1 video podcasts, 463 radio, television and Web broadcasts, 70 press briefings, 205 press releases and monitoring of the media through the review of 356 morning headlines, 280 media reports and 536 international media clippings Expected accomplishment 1.5: transition of Kosovo to a market economy Planned indicators of achievement Actual indicators of achievement Full compliance of the Provisional Institutions of Self-Government with the economic legislative framework and regulatory instruments formulated in accordance w
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Score: 1205327.05 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/64/604&Lang=E
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INFORMATION ON STRENGTHENED COMMUNICATION
IPBES/8/INF/15 4 VII. Podcast 16. In July 2020, the secretariat launched a professionally produced, distributed and marketed podcast ‘pilot’ season of six episodes, with the objective of elevating lesser-heard but important voices from within the wider IPBES community. (...) Despite the logistical challenges encountered because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the production team launched the Nature Insight podcast series, which was well received by the IPBES community, with more than 12,900 downloads from listeners in more than 100 countries.
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Score: 1204629.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=IPBES/8/INF/15&Lang=E
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DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION AND RELATED ACTIVITIES TO SUPPORT UNCITRAL’S WORK AND THE USE OF ITS TEXTS
In 2019, an UNCITRAL Soundcloud account was created to distribute short audio podcasts. The Secretary of UNCITRAL launched a Twitter account for the signing of the Singapore Convention in August 2019 to disseminate information about events and the work of UNCITRAL. (...) Subsequent podcasts will address the way forward for the Transparency Registry, and key aspects of the Mauritius Convention and its application. The first podcast was issued on 29 April 2020, and as at 6 May 2020, had generated over 500 listeners. 28.
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Score: 1202524.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=A/CN.9/1033&Lang=E
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 18TH MEETING : 6TH COMMITTEE, HELD AT HEADQUARTERS, NEW YORK, ON FRIDAY, 19 OCTOBER 2018, GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 73RD SESSION
The launch of the podcasts of the Lecture Series in 2018 had been a good step towards significantly increasing access to the Audiovisual Library for those who lacked high-speed Internet. (...) CARICOM encouraged the Codification Division to continue its efforts to make the information in the Library available through podcasts, DVDs and other media, including handheld devices. (...) The European Union commended the Division’s efforts to make the lectures in the Lecture Series available as podcasts and to disseminate other legal information and publications via the Internet.
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Score: 1201125.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=A/C.6/73/SR.18&Lang=E
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PROGRESS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ROLLING WORK PROGRAMME UP TO 2030
This tool remains open for public submissions and is available at www.ipbes.net/impact-tracking-view. (d) Nature Insight podcast 33. In February 2022, IPBES launched the second season of its professionally produced, distributed and marketed podcast, Nature Insight: Speed-Dating with the Future (see https://link.chtbl.com/NatureInsightS02), comprising a further six episodes, with the objective, again, of elevating lesser-heard yet important voices from within the wider IPBES community. The second season was very successful, with more than 16,800 downloads between mid-February and mid-March, in comparison with just over 16,000 downloads of season 1 in the whole of 2021. The IPBES podcast also broke into the top 100, top 20 and top 10 charts for podcasts on nature in a number of countries and peaked at number 61 on the global top 200 list of science podcasts. A key factor in this ongoing success was the use of the podcast medium to reach out to wider priority audiences and to help make the work of IPBES more understandable and relatable to both new and existing stakeholders.
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Score: 1194359.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...f/get?open&DS=IPBES/9/4&Lang=E
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UNITED NATIONS STUDY ON DISARMAMENT AND NON-PROLIFERATION EDUCATION
United Nations study on disarmament and non-proliferation education The General Assembly, Recalling its resolutions 55/33 E of 20 November 2000, 57/60 of 22 November 2002, 59/93 of 3 December 2004, 61/73 of 6 December 2006, 63/70 of 2 December 2008, 65/77 of 8 December 2010, 67/47 of 3 December 2012 and 69/65 of 2 December 2014, Welcoming the report of the Secretary-General on disarmament and non-proliferation education, 1 in which the Secretary-General reported on the implementation of the recommendations contained in the United Nations study on disarmament and non-proliferation education, 2 and recalling that 2016 marks the fourteenth anniversary of that report, Recognizing the usefulness of the disarmament and non-proliferation education website “Disarmament education: resources for learning”, which is updated on a regular basis by the Office for Disarmament Affairs of the Secretariat, including to provide information in all its sections, such as presentations, interviews in the “Disarmament today” series of podcasts, which include the experiences of the hibakusha, the atomic bomb survivors, films and publications on disarmament issues, and encouraging the use of new communications technologies and social media for the promotion of disarmament and non-proliferation education, Emphasizing that the Secretary-General concludes in his report that efforts need to be continued to implement the recommendations of the study and follow the good examples of how they are being implemented to stimulate even further long - term results, Desirous of stressing the urgency of promoting concerted international efforts at disarmament and non-proliferation, in particular in the field of nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation, with a view to strengthening international security and enhancing sustainable economic and social development, _______________ 1 A/71/124 and Add.1. 2 A/57/124. (...) Requests the Secretary-General to maintain updated the website “Disarmament education: resources for learning”, including the “Disarmament today” series of podcasts, as an efficient and effective tool to promote disarmament and non-proliferation education; 5.
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Score: 1191954.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=A/RES/71/57&Lang=E
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