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1 CALL FOR INTEREST DIGITAL EXPERT JOB TITLE Digital Expert DUTY STATION Budapest, Hungary (UNHCR Representation for Central Europe) START DATE As soon as possible – Preferably 01 September 2022 CONTRACT LENGTH 4 months (01 September – 31 December 2022) CONTRACT TYPE Individual Consultant (local recruitment) – full time (40 hours/week) BACKGROUND The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is mandated to lead and co- ordinate international action to protect refugees worldwide and find durable solutions for them. (...) Work Experience • University degree preferably in IT, computer science or similar • High level of English • Minimum 3-5 years of experience in digital environments • Knowledge and experience in the creation, implementation and monitoring of multi-channel digital projects strongly preferred • Knowledge of the most common digital tools and platforms and search for trends b. Key Competencies • University degree preferably in IT, computer science or similar • High level of English language, both oral and written • Specific experience in one or more of the following areas: computer skills, programming skills, technical knowledge, problem-solving skills, customer service skills, analytical skills, communication skills Candidates must be legally present in Hungary at the time of application, recruitment and hire.
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Score: 977921.4 - https://www.unhcr.org/ceu/wp-c...ital-Expert-Budpaest-HUNBU.pdf
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We categorized the speculative scenarios into three main categories; the plausible (could happen), preferable (desired) and dystopian (unpleasant) future(s).  (...) Mapping out Players To get a deep dive into the future(s) visions, we collectively voted on a preferable future vision that we wished to further explore.  (...) What new relationships could we build to create a preferable future(s)? What do we wish to sustain?  Who will support us to achieve better goals?
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Score: 975838.4 - https://www.undp.org/jordan/st...ivelihoods-through-design-lens
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At the first session of the Group of Experts, delegates agreed upon the guiding principles to both focus and refine the work towards improved, harmonised railway rolling stock identification practices with the following parameters: • Solutions must be compatible with the existing vehicle registration procedures as much as possible. • A cost-effective and therefore unbureaucratic procedure is highly preferable. • Industry best practices must be taken into account and, to the extent possible, integrated into our solutions. 2. (...) (i) If not would you prefer 18 digits or (ii) 20 digits b. Is one check digit sufficient or would you prefer two?
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Score: 975005 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ANS-SC.2-EG_PIRRS-2020-11e.pdf
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WARREN (Canada) Page Subjects discussed: 1. Preferences 16/17 2. Action Committee - Report by Chairman (cont'd) 21 1. (...) He suggested that proposals made had not been vague but unfortunately progress in gaining acceptance of the principle of preferences had not been achieved. It was also unfortunate that no alternative proposals had been made by those opposed to the principle of preference. (...) The concept of "compensation" was perhaps preferable to that of "retaliation" or "withdrawal of concessions".
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Score: 974855.5 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90280216.pdf
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We instruct the Negotiating Group to intensify work on the assessment of the scope of the problem with a view to finding possible solutions. Possible solutions There is no consensus on possible solutions. (...) Having said this, Members have expressed views – indeed, strong views – on possible solutions. All Members support targeted Aid-for-Trade to address the underlying challenges faced by preference receiving countries – the diversification of their exports and strengthening of their competitiveness. (...) There has also been some discussion of whether special consideration should be given to Members who are not beneficiaries of preferences and who may be most affected as a result of a trade solution, such as a longer implementation period for tariff reduction on the key products.
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Score: 974549 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...markacc_e/mod_nama_26jun_e.pdf
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When asked what they hoped their lives would look like in five years, preferences about solutions varied. Many hoped to return to their previous homes, expressing a longing to rebuild their communities and reconnect with their ancestral land. (...) Solutions processes must also respond to the specific needs of internally displaced women, men, boys, and girls, and be directly guided by their intentions and preferences. (...) Establish a country-level Solutions Working Group to drive progress on solutions by the international actors.
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Score: 967187.9 - https://www.un.org/internal-di...nd_paper_-_solutions_event.pdf
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Last-mile Internet Connectivity Solutions Guide 2020 - ITU Hub This website will offer limited functionality in this browser. (...) Written from the perspective of localities and users in areas without Internet access, the Solutions Guide contains tools, service interventions and policy solutions that can help policy-makers to select and customize appropriate solutions to extend Internet access to their localities, taking into account their unique characteristics. (...) YSC session YSC cookie is set by Youtube and is used to track the views of embedded videos on Youtube pages. yt-remote-connected-devices never YouTube sets this cookie to store the video preferences of the user using embedded YouTube video. yt-remote-device-id never YouTube sets this cookie to store the video preferences of the user using embedded YouTube video.
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Score: 965888.3 - https://www.itu.int/hub/publication/D-TND-01-2020/
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Last-mile Internet Connectivity Solutions Guide 2020 - ITU Hub This website will offer limited functionality in this browser. (...) Written from the perspective of localities and users in areas without Internet access, the Solutions Guide contains tools, service interventions and policy solutions that can help policy-makers to select and customize appropriate solutions to extend Internet access to their localities, taking into account their unique characteristics. (...) YSC session YSC cookie is set by Youtube and is used to track the views of embedded videos on Youtube pages. yt-remote-connected-devices never YouTube sets this cookie to store the video preferences of the user using embedded YouTube video. yt-remote-device-id never YouTube sets this cookie to store the video preferences of the user using embedded YouTube video.
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Score: 965888.3 - https://www.itu.int/hub/publication/d-tnd-01-2020/
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Overall, the findings revealed: • Web filtering is significantly more important than other restrictions when using a computing or mobile device. • Parents who prefer to monitor without limiting sites, select this control feature because it allows them to understand their children better. • Parents who prefer to limit or block sites, without monitoring most often select this because it allows them to control what their child can or cannot access. (...) The “monitor first” approach In the past, many of the industry software solutions for family safety (including Microsoft’s) focused on web filtering and other software-based restrictions. (...) We are continually striving to help you create a safe, family-friendly computing environment for your kids, but of course, we know that this means different things to different parents. Some parents prefer to simply keep an eye on their children. Others prefer to set up software restrictions on their child’s computing activities.
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Score: 965445.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/cop/cas...tudies/Documents/Microsoft.pdf
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ANNEX D-4 AGREED CONCLUSIONS OF THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON PREFERENCES I. The Special Committee on Preferences : 1. (...) The secretariat of UNCTAD should be invited to compile and distribute to Governments of member States an integrated text on rules of origin that will be applied by the preference-giving countries for the purpose of the generalized system of preferences. (...) These developing countries consider themselves under Conference resolution 21 (II) to be prospective beneficiaries in the generalized system of preferences and therefore entitled to preferential treatment in the markets of all preference-giving countries.
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Score: 965428.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/246r_e_e.doc
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