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Zoom meeting Provisional Agenda Day 1: 15 March 2021, Monday Time Agenda Responsible Format 13:00 - 13:30 Welcoming Remarks -          FAO RAP: Kachen Wongsathapornchai -          DTRA: TBD -          SAFOSO: Patrik Buholzer   Real time 13:30 - 14:00 Introduction All 14:00 - 14:30 Orientation of virtual technology: Zoom, Articulate, WhatsApp. Instructions on daily e-Learning reviews SAFOSO 14:30 - 15:30 Current ASF situation update -          Global -          Regional -          Country (Lao PDR, Philippines, Thailand)   SAFOSO FAO RAP country reps 15:30 - 16:30 Optional meet-and-greet     16-17 March 2021: homework Homework Module 1: Recognition of ASF clinical signs   Self-study in Articulate Module 2: Laboratory diagnostics   Module 3: Identifying risk pathways and populations at risk   Quiz on modules 1-3   Prepare 3 questions on each e-Learning module by country using the PPT template   PPT Review simulation exercise material on reporting to authorities   Day 2: 18 March 2021, Thursday 13:00 - 14:30 Presentations and discussion of lessons learned from e-Learning and Q&A All Real time 14:30 - 16:00 Reporting to relevant authorities: simulation exercise SAFOSO 16:00 - 16:30 Discussion experiences from simulation exercise on reporting to relevant authorities All 16:30 - 17:30 Optional discussion, individual Q&A, IT troubleshooting, individual extra help session     19-21 March 2021: homework Homework Module 4: ASF Risk Communication   Self-study in Articulate Module 5: How to implement proper animal movement restriction and containment measures   Module 6: How to implement 3D (depopulation, disposal, decontamination) activities   Quizzes on module 4-6 topics   Prepare 3 questions on each e-Learning module by country using the PPT template   PPT Review simulation exercise material on ASF outbreak investigation   Day 3: 22 March 2021, Monday 13:00 - 14:30 Presentations and discussion of lessons learned from e-Learning and Q&A All Real time 14:30 - 16:00 Conducting outbreak investigation and additional case finding through tracing backward and forward SAFOSO 16:00 - 16:30 Plenary discussion on experiences and challenges for 3D activities Chair 16:30 - 17:30 Optional discussion, individual Q&A, IT troubleshooting, individual extra help session     23 March 2021: homework Homework Review simulation exercise material on ASF Risk Communication by country All PPT Day 4: 24 March 2021, Wednesday 13:00-13:15 Presentation on ASF Risk Communication (real-world experience) and introduction to simulation exercise Daniela Real time 13:15-14:15 Simulation exercise on risk communication by country All Group work 14:15-14:45 Preparation of presentations on simulation exercise by country All Group work 14:45-15:45 Presentations of outputs from simulation exercise on risk communication by country and discussion All Real time 15:45-16:00 Discussion on impressions, challenges and benefits to ASF Risk Communication from participants All Real time 25 March 2021: homework Homework Module 7: Ensuring best practices in wild boar risk management for ASF detection and control   Self-study in Articulate Module 8: Concept of compartmentalization in commercial pig production   Quizzes on module 7-8 topics   Prepare 3 questions on each e-Learning module by country using the PPT template   PPT Review group work material on improving biosecurity   Day 5: 26 March 2021, Friday 13:00 - 13:30 Presentations and discussion of lessons learned from e-Learning and Q&A All Real time 13:30 - 14:15 Improving biosecurity on farms Group Work Groupwork 14:15 - 15:00 Group presentations on improving biosecurity Chair Groupwork 15:00 - 15:30 How to strengthen public-private partnerships for control of ASF SAFOSO Real time 15:30 - 16:00 Plan for in-country trainings & way forward FAO RAP and SAFOSO Real time 16:00 - 16:30 Post training survey and closing FAO RAP and SAFOSO Real time Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                              Download our App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 967191.8 - https://www.fao.org/asiapacifi...vents/detail-events/en/c/1740/
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Robinson (2004) “Representative vs. real households in the macroeconomic modelling of inequality” Nested Models 3 Money in the Production Function Financial Sphere IFPRI Standard Model + Real Extensions Real Model Real Financial Model Real Financial Augmented Model * * A “short-run” version of this model will account for a strong degree of wage rigidity. 4 Gross Value Added Value Added Intermediate Aggregate DomesticAggregate I Informal Unskilled Formal Unskilled Formal Skilled Physical Capital Imported Leontief CES CES CES Real Model: Production Function House- holds Enter- prises Govern- ment Rest Of World Banks CentralBank Households Loan Enterprises Equity Equity Loan Government Bond Bond Bond Bond Rest of the World Deposits Abroad Deposit Abroad Intern. (...) The outcome intercepts 𝑥𝑥 and the Euclidean distance of macro values to target 𝐼𝐼𝑖𝑖𝑠𝑠𝑡𝑡 are reported, as well as the labor income of each individual. Real-financial models in Argentina Distributional and Poverty effects of Capital Outflows Job Market Paper Dario Debowicz DPhil Candidate, IDS, University of Sussex d.debowicz@ids.ac.uk Supervised by Prof. (...) Implementing Newton’s technique Real Financial Augmented ModelShort-Run Version 3.
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Score: 966543.6 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...resentacion_dario_debowicz.pdf
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An overview of digital services and technology How Real-time Indicators can be used to add context for Official Statistics Emelia D’Silva-Parker Real-time Indicators Development and Production National Accounts Coordination Division UNECE Group of Experts on National Accounts 1 UNECE Session 2 - New developments in communication, globalisation and digitalisation Tuesday, 17th May 2022 Overview • History and background • Impact of COVID-19 • Identifying real-time indicators and their appropriateness? • Stakeholder engagement • Dissemination: then and now • Quality dimensions • User feedback • Future work on the horizon UNECE Group of Experts on National Accounts 2 What instigated the need for “Big Data” and Real-time data • Professor Sir Charles Bean: London School of Economics and Political Science • Big Data • Innovation • Real-time data • Data Science Campus • Coronavirus UNECE Group of Experts on National Accounts 3 Impact of COVID-19 on surveys at the ONS Businesses shut down Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme Work from home Suspension of enforcement Lower response rates Some of the surveys affected were: • Monthly Business Survey • Construction Outputs Survey • Labour Market Survey • Prices surveys UNECE Group of Experts on National Accounts 4 Two new surveys introduced Business Impact of Coronavirus (BICS) Opinions and Lifestyle Survey (weekly) ➢ Initial sample of 17,786 ➢ Initial response rate of 25-35% ➢ Industry and regional coverage ➢ 10-15 number of questions ➢ Sample of 2,000 individuals ➢ Initial response from 70-80% ➢ Boosted to 4,000 response to enable greater regional and demographic ➢ Approx. 30 mins long, COVID focus Business Individuals UNECE Group of Experts on National Accounts 5 Two key surveys transformed further Business Insights and Conditions Survey (BICS) Public Opinions and Social Trends Survey (fortnightly) ➢ Sample ramped up to 39,000 ➢ Response rate of approx. 25% ➢ Industry and regional coverage ➢ 80 questions, peaking at approx. 90 ➢ Sample of 5,000 individuals ➢ Response rate of 50% (no £ incentive to ensure sustainability) ➢ Regional and demographic coverage continues by pooling waves of data ➢ Approx. 20 mins long, wider continuing policy relevant focus Business Individuals UNECE Group of Experts on National Accounts 6 Further “timely” sources for information • UK flights (EUROCONTROL) d, w • Online job adverts by region and industry (Adzuna) d, w • Seated diner restaurant reservations (OpenTable) d, w • Retail footfall by category (Springboard, BEIS) d, w • Traffic camera data: vehicles and pedestrians (ONS) d • GB motor vehicle traffic by type (Department for Transport) d • UK ship visits by category (exactEarth, ONS) d, w • Google mobility data d, w • Company incorporations and dissolutions (Companies House) w • CHAPS spending on debit and credit cards (Bank of England) d, m • Value Added Tax turnover and expenditure diffusion indexes (HMRC) m, q Data science methods Administrative data Source: ONS - Economic activity and social change in the UK, real-time indicators * Note: (d) daily, (w) weekly, etc. (...) Great Britain, 20 to 30 March 2020 Source: Business Impact of Coronavirus Survey, Office for National Statistics Source: Opinions and Lifestyle Survey, Office for National Statistics UNECE Group of Experts on National Accounts 9 Communicating results to a wide range of audience: Now UNECE Group of Experts on National Accounts 10 Communication outlets for real-time indicators Weekly Bulletin Dashboard Datasets API’s - Developer Hub: developer.ons.gov.uk BETA UNECE Group of Experts on National Accounts 11 Experimental indicators user and compiler guidance 1.
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Score: 957148.6 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...K%20Real-Time%20Indicators.pdf
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.), and citizens of the Republic of Tajikistan over 16 years of age (referred to hereinafter in this article as “taxpayer” or “taxpayers”) shall be required to register with tax authorities serving the area where the legal entity is located, where its separate subdivisions are located, where the individual maintains his place of residence, and also where real estate and means of transport belonging to him that are subject to taxation are located, respectively, following the procedure determined by the authorized government body in accordance with this article. A legal entity that has separate subdivisions located on the territory of the Republic of Tajikistan, and also a legal entity that has real estate and means of transport which are subject to taxation, shall be required to register as a taxpayer both with the tax authority serving the area where the legal entity itself is located, and with the ones serving the areas in which each of its separate subdivisions are located and the area where the real estate and means of transport belonging to it are located. (...) The registration of an individual with tax authorities based on the location of real estate belonging to him that is an object of taxation shall be performed on the basis of information furnished by bodies referred to in Article 47 of this Code.
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Score: 953174.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/tjk_e/WTACCTJK13A1_LEG_4.pdf
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Hate speech versus freedom of speech Hate speech and real harm FAQs Impact and prevention » Why tackle hate speech? (...) Hate speech is “discriminatory” - biased, bigoted, intolerant - or “pejorative” - in other words, prejudiced, contemptuous or demeaning - of an individual or group. Hate speech makes reference to real, purported or imputed “identity factors” of an individual or a group in a broad sense: “religion, ethnicity, nationality, race, colour, descent, gender,” but also any other characteristics conveying identity, such as language, economic or social origin, disability, health status, or sexual orientation, among many others. (...) Unlike in traditional media, online hate speech can be produced and distributed easily, at low cost and anonymously while having the potential to reach a global and diverse audience in real time. The relative permanence of online content is also problematic when hateful discourse can resurface and (re)gain popularity over time.
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Score: 941521.7 - https://www.un.org/en/node/165070
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Hate speech versus freedom of speech Hate speech and real harm FAQs Impact and prevention » Why tackle hate speech? (...) Hate speech is “discriminatory” - biased, bigoted, intolerant - or “pejorative” - in other words, prejudiced, contemptuous or demeaning - of an individual or group. Hate speech makes reference to real, purported or imputed “identity factors” of an individual or a group in a broad sense: “religion, ethnicity, nationality, race, colour, descent, gender,” but also any other characteristics conveying identity, such as language, economic or social origin, disability, health status, or sexual orientation, among many others. (...) Unlike in traditional media, online hate speech can be produced and distributed easily, at low cost and anonymously while having the potential to reach a global and diverse audience in real time. The relative permanence of online content is also problematic when hateful discourse can resurface and (re)gain popularity over time.
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Score: 941521.7 - https://www.un.org/en/hate-spe...ate-speech/what-is-hate-speech
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This such devices have been extensively used due to implies that the brainwave signals obtained from their advantageous factors of real-time responses, the EEG data of an individual can be configured to portability, and affordability [12]. (...) Therefore, stroke patients by implementing the composed the perceptive administration in the cognitive brainwave data. frequency ranges has allowed attaining Nevertheless, in this paper, we have accumulated technological control in real-time. Our primary the non-invasive EEG readings by placing electrode objective has been to enable physically impaired cups throughout the surface area of the scalp. (...) The delta potential from the user's brain activity for different (< 4 Hz) and theta (4-7 Hz) frequencies are real-life implementations similar to that of [10]. observed in a relatively calmer state such as in the Unlike the tactile operating system demonstrated deep-sleep or relaxed state.
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Score: 941521.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...3/files/basic-html/page92.html
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Within ten years, fertility in the transition economies has fallen from an average rate that ensured the replacement of generations of the population to two-thirds of that level.... and was mainly due to economic and social conditions …The start of the transition process was everywhere accompanied by large declines in output, employment and real wages, which combined to produce a reduction in total real income from employment accruing to the household sector, a major determinant of the living standards of, among others, individuals and couples in their childbearing years. Reversals of the decline in real income have occurred in central Europe, although its recovery was not complete by 1998. (...) At the same time, some of the services provided to families with children (for example, institutionalised daytime child-care) that were once free or nominally priced have become more expensive. The real cost of children therefore increased as the real incomes of their parents fell.
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Score: 938269.6 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2000/00gen13e.htm
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But amid all of this great and important weight of words, we must never forget that such words must both convey and address real experiences in the lives, struggle and suffering of individuals. (...) Dear Friends, Let me conclude by saying that you are not simply participating in a side event at this conference. You are, in a very real sense, the main event. Your stories represent the challenges that we are all here to confront. They will inspire and remind us of the very real effects of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance on lives everywhere.
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Score: 938052.1 - https://www.un.org/en/durbanre...20Voices%2020%20April%2009.pdf
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Consultancy - Real Time Review of the Emergency Nutritional Support Intervention | UNICEF Eastern Caribbean Skip to main content Eastern Caribbean Toggle navigation Global links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Eastern Caribbean Explore UNICEF About us Where We Work Voices Work For Unicef Contact Us Press centre Donate Main navigation What We Do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) The objectives of this Real Time Review include: Determination of the efficacy, to date, of the initiative in meeting its objectives - as well as other standard criteria for assessment of humanitarian interventions - and intended outcomes. (...) HOW TO APPLY: Prospective consultants should apply through UNICEF jobs website using the following link: https://jobs.unicef.org/en-us/job/551120/consultancy-real-time-review-of-the-emergency-nutritional-support-intervention  no later than 30 May 2022.
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Score: 933750.2 - https://www.unicef.org/eastern...tritional-support-intervention
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