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The Council therefore was of the opinion that a conciliation procedure should be put into effect on 16 November with a view to seeking solutions so that the CONTRACTING PARTIES may be able to proceed with the consideration and adoption of the proposed Chapter. (...) The Council proposes that further discussion concerning the establishmentof preferences should be hold so shat it may be possible to make a submission to the CONTRACTINGPARTIES at a later date, and accord accordingly the Council recommends: (a) that the CONTRACTING PARTIES invite contracting parties,wishingto do so, to submit proposals concerning the grantingof preferences on selected products by industriailized countries to less-developed countries as a whole, and the granting of preferences on selected products by less-developed countries to all other less-developed countries. (...) This Committee wouldtakeover the work of the Working Party on Preferences.
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Score: 912771.4 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90410271.pdf
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It was tragic that he was no longer alive to lead people to peaceful and humanitarian solutions but his spirit would survive and would serve as a guide to all men. (...) This was the case with Article 12 on investment with Article 17 on negotiations with respect to tariffs and preferences and the related provisions of Article 13 on release from negotiated commitments. (...) Thirdly, there was the problem of new preference customs unions and free trade areas which was raised in Articles 15 and 42 ' each case, E/CONF.2/33 Page 6 In each case, the lines along which a solution to these problems might be found already had been clearly indicated; in the case of the Tariff Committee and the Economic Development Committee along the lines of a note circulated this morning by the delegations of Australia, Mexico and the United States (document E/CONF.2/W.15); in the case of release from non-negotiated commitments under Article 13, along the lines, of a compromise draft prepared by the delegation of Brazil; in the case of new preferences customs unions and free trade areas, along the lines suggested by the delegations of Poland, Lebanon and Syria and developed further by the Chairman of the Working Party, the representative of France.
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Score: 911460.7 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90040088.pdf
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Travellers who already have a preferred phonetic transcription of their Arabic character name into Latin characters may not accept a different standardised form. 3. (...) Importantly, where a common script is used in more than one country, consultation to identify a preferred transliteration solution is essential. 3.2 Paragraphs 9.1.3, 9.3.4 and 9.4.1 of Doc 9303 properly distinguish between: • the MRZ where the requirement for worldwide machine readability and the limitations of the OCR character set mean transliteration tables are required to achieve consistent name matching to accurately record arrivals and departures and effective warning list searches; and • the VIZ, where additional latin script characters or non-latin script can be used to represent more accurately names as written locally in the script of the issuing State or organisation. 3.3 It is probably the case that the passport holders, border control staff and airline check-in staff who are the principal users of the passport data page would prefer the name as it appears in the MRZ to be recognisably similar to the name that appears in the VIZ. However, this desirable feature is not consistent with Doc 9303 and is at odds with what is arguably a more important requirement - that the transliteration scheme used in the MRZ should provide a unique, reliable representation of the name in TAG-MRTD/19-WP/6 - 3 - the limited OCR characters available that in addition allows the name in the native script to be regenerated solely from the name data recorded in the MRZ. 3.4 The approach that has been used to developing the OCR transliteration solution for Arabic is applicable to other non-latin script, alphabet based languages and if it is ultimately adopted could become a guide for States who wish to develop their own transliteration schemes. 4.
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Score: 909451.6 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...Tag-Mrtd-19/TagMrtd19-wp06.pdf
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Appropriate Technology | Pertes et gaspillages de nourriture dans les chaînes de valeur de la pêche et de l’aquaculture | Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture FAO.org english français Pertes et gaspillages de nourriture dans les chaînes de valeur de la pêche et de l’aquaculture Présentation Chaîne de valeur Cas de pertes et gaspillages Solutions Solutions Ressources Rejoignez nous Pêche de capture Aquaculture Transformation et stockage Vente en gros Transport Live Fish & Shellfish Transport Refrigerated Road Transport Vente au détail Consommation Application of Appropriate Technology for Refrigerated Road Transport Technology solutions associated with controlling food loss and waste during refrigerated transport centre on proper use of available technology including temperature control, packaging and maintenance. (...) Expanded polystyrene (EPS) boxes are preferred. Ice packs can be added before packs are closed. (...) Less insulated fish boxes are preferable when the ambient temperature is lower than the product temperature. 
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Score: 908743 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...ort/appropriate-technology/fr/
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 Page 21 - U4SSC: City Science Application Framework           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 21 - U4SSC: City Science Application Framework P. 21 City Science Brief Implementation Owner Comments Solution Name Explanation Milestones City Science Solution 1 City Science Solution 2 ….. City Science Solution N b. City Science Enablers in Place City science enablers were defined earlier in section 4. (...) In this step, a long list of city science solutions can be formulated. In fact, it might be preferable for a city to utilize its collective capital extensively to come up with various ideas contributing to address its own urban challenges.
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Score: 908175.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...k/files/basic-html/page21.html
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.  are, on average, more dependent on public transport, cycling and walking  higher need for safety Men  Have emotional relation to cars  Drive larger cars, longer distances Example: Subsidies for E-Cars  Paid by all tax-payers, but mainly men benefit Better solution  Invest in clean, accessible, affordable and safe public transport, walkability and bikeability  Ensure equal distribution of jobs 3 Example: Gender aspects of consumption and waste Strategy: reduce, reuse, recyle  Women make small everyday consumption choices  Women mainly in charge of waste management at home Example: U-LEAD programme Ukraine: Among others, upgrading of municipal waste management services  Communicate the value of waste as a resource  Empower women as agents of change by conducting a set of awareness raising activities To be taken into consideration  Might create additional work load for women  Improvement of public services required, e.g. for separation  Production side should be addressed 4 01.12.2020 3 What is Gender? Gender: Socially constructed roles and norms, gender power relations and behaviours, activities and attributes that a society considers appropriate for each gender Sex: Biological and physiological characteristics that define men and women, such as anatomy, physiology, genes, and hormones Non-binary gender roles: Model of gender that abandons classification of all people into either male and female, with rigid gender expectations, roles, and functions Gender continuum 5 Intersectionality - Gender plus  Women, men and other genders are not homogenous groups  Social categories such as gender, class, ethnicity, migration status overlap, intersect and mutually reinforce  Multiple, layered identities of people  Intersectional analysis seeks to take all these categories into account … inter-categorical approach makes analysis quite complicated  Gender is a good starting point to look into further social categories  Intra-categorical approach is somewhat easier to handle 6 01.12.2020 4 Gender Framework Levels  Individual: gender identities  Symbolic: hierarchies rooted in norms and values, male characteristics and perspectives are considered the norm, female considered a deviation from the norm  Systemic: institutional and physical structures power relations, androcentric approaches Structures and systems influence individuals, and vice versa (‘doing gender‘) 7 Good reasons for gender in environmental policy Policy measures are more effective  More knowledge about target groups  Roles and responsibilities are known  Preferences and agency  Policies are more acceptable Measures can provide contributions to gender equality  Avoid aggravation of inequalities  Minimise adverse social impacts  Maximise positive social impacts (co-benefits) 8 01.12.2020 5 International Gender Mandates  CEDAW (Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women)  Beijing Platform, Area K (Environment), 1995  CBD, UNCCD  Agenda 2030 (SDGs)  UNFCCC: Paris Agreement, Enhanced UNFCCC Gender Action Plan, 2019  New Urban Agenda: Gender-responsive urban and transport planning etc. BPfA Strategic objectives • Involve women actively in environmental decision- making at all levels • Integrate gender concerns and perspectives in policies and programmes for sustainable development • Strengthen or establish mechanisms at the national, regional, and international levels to assess the impact of development and environmental policies on women 9 Gender dimension Representation and participation in decision-making Power to define issues and priorities and make decisions  Male bias in planning and decision making neglecting realities of women – needs, preferences, attitudes, capacities, capabilities …  Lack of inclusion of gender expertise in science, technology development, politics  Key sectors such as energy, transport, construction, IT are male dominated  Gender differentiated influence on decisions at household level 10 01.12.2020 6 Gender dimension Gender roles and norms Individual level  Perceptions, attitudes and preferences  E.g. women more in favour of environmental policy, renewables, against risky technologies  Behaviour, willingness to change behaviour vers. technical solutions Structural level  Male norms, approaches, and planning prevalent, incl. at institutional level  Characteristics and activities attributed to women less valued  Constraints due to gender roles  Gendered preferences and consumption patterns 11 Gender dimension Market economy Wages, pensions, wealth  Gender pay gap, resulting in even larger gender pension and wealth gap  Employment gap, part-time work  Horizontal and vertical segregation, e. g.
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Score: 907778.6 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul.../2021-01/2020-UNECE-Serbia.pdf
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Satellite-based solutions for smart societies - ITU Hub This website will offer limited functionality in this browser. (...) Skip to content About ITU Radiocommunication Standardization Development Menu News Publications Membership عربي 简体中文 English Français Русский Español About | Disclaimer Open site search × ITU User Account News Publications Membership About ITU Radiocommunication Standardization Development Search the site Search Close search form Satellite-based solutions for smart societies Home News Satellite-based solutions for smart societies Satellite-based solutions for smart societies News 11 May 2020 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share via URL The original article was first published on  ITU Telecom World Blog . (...) 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: 907513.6 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2020/0...solutions-for-smart-societies/
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Technically and economically wireless networks maybe the most practical solution with, ideally, a single wireless network able to efficiently support both fixed and mobile users. (...) In light these benefits, many NMT-450 operators in Eastern Europe and developing countries have adopted the cdma450 solution as the preferred technology to digitize their analogue NMT-450 networks and both cdma2000 1x and cdma2000 1xEV-DO are already commercially deployed in the 450MHz band. These cdma450 solutions provide extremely cost effective voice plus data up to 153Kbps while 1xEV-DO offers full broadband access up to 2.4Mbps.
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Score: 907243.3 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...cts/Day%202/Abstract_Breik.pdf
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The local provider, if available, is preferable due to the above mentioned threats where the local regulations may provide significant protection against privacy and security breaches in addition to many other factors such as physical contact. (...) The “Arab Cloud”: In parallel to the efforts to promote Cloud Computing in the Arab world, the “Arab Cloud” idea has been proposed as a preferred solution for SMEs in the Arab region because it provides a secured and trusted cloud solution. (...) Increase the confidence of the private sector in Cloud solutions because the cloud would be managed by a trusted organization in terms of functionalities and content ii.
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Score: 906930.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...ntribution_AREGNET_Lebanon.pdf
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The best way of tackling any problem is of course too look for a peaceful solution, preferably through dialogue. The informal system therefore provides for work-related problems to be taken to people who are in a position, and/or have the proper training, to help resolve them. (...) All right, I have done all that and I still haven’t found a solution. I feel frustrated. What do I do now if I still want to resolve the problem? (...) LENGTHY, EXPENSIVE PROCEDURES ARE TO BE AVOIDED IF POSSIBLE. THE BEST SOLUTION CAN GENERALLY BE FOUND THROUGH ANALYSIS AND DIALOGUE, IN STRICT CONFORMITY WITH INTERNAL RULES AND REGULATIONS.
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Score: 905370.2 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...)Staff_Union_Bulletin_1365.pdf
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