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Coordinate and monitor the implementation of the program across different partners, identify and timely address any issues that may affect program quality and expected results. (...) Organise 3-day trainings (up to 2 trainings) for new group facilitators on the program in accordance with an approved training program. Trainers and the program will be provided by UNICEF; Prepare short reports on program implementation as agreed with UNICEF, including statistical data on the number and profile of parents who participated in the program and analysis of results and challenges.
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Score: 481240.53 - https://www.unicef.org/bulgari...shops-parents-program-bulgaria
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Such supplementary digital service are, in particular, the following: digital teletext, electronic program guide, video services provided on demand or nearly on demand from the supply compiled by the program provider, and personal program recording service provided to a third party; 24. (...) Program provision: program provision as specified in Article 2 (30) of the Media Act, but excluding the operation of an information channel; 32. Program provider: the party providing the service specified in point 31; 33.
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Score: 481181.93 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...20on%20Rules%20of%20TV_DSO.pdf
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Such supplementary digital service are, in particular, the following: digital teletext, electronic program guide, video services provided on demand or nearly on demand from the supply compiled by the program provider, and personal program recording service provided to a third party; 24. (...) Program provision: program provision as specified in Article 2 (30) of the Media Act, but excluding the operation of an information channel; 32. Program provider: the party providing the service specified in point 31; 33.
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Score: 481181.93 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...Hungary/eng_2007_74_tv_das.pdf
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Conclusions I - BACKGROUND What is the impact of this program? Pr im ar y O ut co m e Program starts Time What is the impact of this program? (...) What is the impact of this program? Time Pr im ar y O ut co m e Impact Program starts How to measure impact? (...) What is the impact of this program? Read India What is the impact of this program?
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Score: 480921.04 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...s/presentation/wcms_418985.pdf
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Among all programs for the prevention of violence, there were 22 programs that provide users with beds (accommodation programs). In this set of programs we have maternity home programs (8 programs), 13 programs of safe houses, shelters and crisis centers, as well as one counseling program that offers accommodation to users (Violence against disabled people, implemented by the Association of Disabled People of Slovenia Vision). (...) Among all programs for the prevention of violence, there were 22 programs that provide users with beds (accommodation programs).
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Score: 480800.5 - https://www.unwomen.org/sites/...274-Submission-Slovenia-en.pdf
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Situation before KiVa™ • Bullying a big concern in society since 1990’s → Changes in legislation ’Right for a safe school environment’ (1999) ’Each school should have their own policy...’ (2003) • National trend data: No changes in ten years in the annual prevalence survey (School Health Promotion Study) 2 • Each school develops their own policy...?? self-invented program self-invented program self-invented program self-invented program self-invented program self-invented program self-invented program self-invented program self-invented program self-invented program self-invented program self-invented program RESOURCES?? (...) KiVa antibullying program in Italy: Evidence of effectiveness in a randomized control trial. (...) Effect of the KiVa anti-bullying program on adolescents’ depression, anxiety, and perception of peers.
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Score: 480618.7 - https://violenceagainstchildre...presentation_sanna_herkama.pdf
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These issues include, but not limited to, • Good Online Chatting and Social Networking Habits • Safe Internet Banking & Online Shopping • Online Investment Scams, Identity Thefts, Online Fraud and Phishing Scams • Protecting Your Computer against viruses, worms and other Malware Infections • Cyber Stalking, Cyberbullying and Online Harassment • Good Email Account Management and Dealing with Spam • Protecting privacy and personal information online The main objectives of CyberSAFE are • To enhance awareness on Cyber Safety among the general public and for them to know about the social and technological issues related to internet usage • To educate all Malaysian internet users on safe online habits • To impress upon the general public that cyber safety is the responsibility of everyone • For all Malaysian internet users to automatically think of/refer to CyberSAFE and Cyber999 when facing/dealing with cyber safety/information security issues Our target audience includes: • School Children o Primary o Secondary • Students o Colleges o University • Teachers o Teacher Training Colleges o ICT Teachers • Parents • Adults • Organizations CyberSAFE in Schools Program Background • The CyberSAFE in Schools Program is a collaboration between the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Science, Technology & Innovation where CyberSecurity Malaysia is the program implementer • The Concept Paper for the CyberSAFE in Schools Program was presented and accepted in September 2009 during the Mesyuarat Ketua-Ketua Setiausaha, chaired by the KSN • Subsequently, a discussion was held between officials from both Ministries and CyberSecurity Malaysia on how to move this program forward and it was decided that a Launch be held • The target audience for this program are the primary and secondary school children as well as their teachers CyberSAFE in Schools Program – Objectives • Create awareness among the School Children of CyberSecurity Malaysia, it’s roles and responsibilities • Create awareness among the School Children on CyberSAFE and highlight issues related to cyber safety • Create awareness on current trends and threats • Get feedback from School Children on what they think the issues are and how they believe these issues can be addressed • Encourage School Children to engage themselves in promoting cyber safety and our CyberSAFE programs in their immediate community • Get buy-in from School Children for them to be engaged in CyberSAFE Programs and activities for 2010 and beyond CyberSAFE in Schools - Target Audience PRIMARY SECONDARY TOTAL SCHOOLS 7,655 2,189 9,844 STUDENTS 3,112,901 2,304,023 5,416,924 TEACHERS 219,766 166,265 386,031 (Statistics from Ministry of Education, Malaysia) CHALLENGES • It almost impossible to educate all, with current resources • Teachers are doing more than teaching; • Students are already burdened with a packed curriculum • Geography and remoteness of some schools make physical presence to educate very difficult ACHIEVEMENTS TO DATE Outreach Programs to Jan – Dec 2009 Jan - May 2010 Students 1750 2793 Teachers 735 329 Schools 155 15 SUMMARY OF PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES FOR CYBERSAFE IN SCHOOLS PROGRAM • CyberSAFE in Schools Launch & Forum • CyberSAFE Awareness Talks in Schools • CyberSAFE Young Ambassadors Program – CyberSAFE Cadets Summer Camp • CyberSAFE Awareness Seminar for Teachers • CyberSAFE Ambassador Program for Teachers EXPECTED OUTCOMES FROM CYBERSAFE IN SCHOOLS PROGRAM FOR 2010 • INCREASE IN AWARENESS o Increase the awareness of the target audience on issues of cyber safety 2100 School Children & 600 Teachers • ENGAGEMENT IN CYBERSAFE PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES o Engagement of students and teachers in future CyberSAFE programs and activities o Enrolment of volunteers in the CyberSAFE Ambassador program 160 School Children & 120 Teachers • INFORMATION GATHERING o Gathering of user and usage data through CyberSAFE Cyber Safety Awareness survey
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Score: 480562.6 - https://www.itu.int/council/gr...hild%20Online%20Protection.pdf
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Key goal of the program – to train VET management teams to develop and implement new educational programs in line with regional economic development goals. (...) The International program is a part of Russia-ILO initiative «Applying the G20 Training Strategy». (...) A similar educational program was implemented in the Khabarovsk region (March-July 2018).
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Score: 480405.27 - https://www.ilo.org/skills/pro...WCMS_681677/lang--en/index.htm
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The number of countries has increased more than four-fold since 1980 and has more than doubled in the past decade (see Table 1). Nearly half of all program experience with standards and labeling programs is within Asia. (...) The Air Conditioner Program had a slower market transformation effect. (...) The different results in the refrigerator and air conditioner programs have shown that voluntary labeling programs are not as effective as mandatory programs, since they do not provide incentives for manufacturers to place labels on the lower efficiency models.
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Score: 480230.57 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...ues/energy/op/clasp_dupont.pdf
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ICAO has invited emissions unit programs to apply for the assessment, which will involve collecting information from each program through this program application form. (...) Programs will be informed, in a timely manner, of clarifications provided by ICAO to any other program. (...) Form scope The Program may elect to submit for analysis all or only a portion of the activities supported by the Program.
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Score: 479675.2 - https://www.icao.int/environme...mate_Programme_Application.pdf
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