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In this relationship, the response monitor role object monitors the response request sent from the response requester role object and the response received by the response confirmation role object. The response monitor role object may summarize the response times between the response requester role object and the response confirmation role object. (...) If this request/response length package is supported, response request length and response length are carried by response confirmation notification.
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In this relationship, the response monitor role object monitors the response request sent from the response requester role object and the response received by the response confirmation role object. The response monitor role object may summarize the response times between the response requester role object and the response confirmation role object. (...) If this request/response length package is supported, response request length and response length are carried by response confirmation notification.
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The typology of disinformation responses distinguishes four top-level categories (see Figure 1 below):  Identification responses Responses aimed at producers and distributors Responses aimed at the production and distribution mechanisms Responses aimed at the target audiences of disinformation campaigns Disinformation Responses Figure 1. (...) C h ap ter 2 Typology of Disinformation Responses38 Identification responses z Monitoring and fact- checking responses z Investigative responses Responses aimed at producers and distributors z Legislative, pre- legislative, and policy responses z National and international counter-disinformation campaigns z Electoral responses Responses aimed at the production and distribution mechanisms z Curatorial responses z Technical  and algorithmic responses z De-monetisation responses Responses aimed at the target audiences of disinformation campaigns z Ethical and normative responses z Educational responses z Empowerment and credibility labelling efforts Disinformation responses Figure 2. (...) _Hlk47960796 Foreword Executive Summary 1 Introduction 2 Typology of Disinformation Responses 3 Research Context and Gaps 4 Identification Responses 4.1 Monitoring and fact-checking responses 4.2 Investigative responses Ecosystem Responses Aimed at Producers and Distributors 5.1 Legislative, pre-legislative, and policy responses 5.2 National and international counter-disinformation campaigns 5.3 Electoral-specific responses 6 Responses within Production and Distribution 6.1 Curatorial responses 6.2 Technical / algorithmic responses 6.3 Demonetisation and advertising-linked responses 7 Responses Aimed at The Target Audiences of Disinformation Campaigns 7.1 Normative and ethical responses 7.2 Educational responses 7.3 Empowerment & credibility labelling responses 8 Challenges and Recommended Actions List of Sources Consulted Appendix A Figure 1.
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ITU-R SURVEY.WP6A  SP    Français   Español     Home : ITU-R : SURVEY.WP6A : Other documents  Recently posted  -  Search Meeting Documents     ITU-R SURVEY.WP6A  SP  ITU-R SURVEY.WP6A Max # of documents displayed/page: Responses to Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for terrestrial television broadcasting in connection with WRC-15 Agenda item 1.2 - Circular Letter 6/LCCE/78 Results: 86 total items. Result page:  1 - 2  -  Next Other documents   Number   Title Source Date   [ 86 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Russian Federation   2014-03-26   [ 85 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Portugal   2014-03-03   [ 84 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Latvia (Republic of)   2014-03-19   [ 83 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Hungary   2014-03-03   [ 82 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Estonia (Republic of)   2014-04-01   [ 81 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Denmark   2014-04-01   [ 80 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     United Arab Emirates   2013-07-09   [ 79 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Turkey   2013-11-12   [ 78 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Niger (Republic of the)   2013-07-09   [ 77 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Malawi   2013-07-09   [ 76 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements (Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Cote d'Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Sierra Leone, Togo)     ECOWAS   2013-07-09   [ 75 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Cyprus (Republic of)   2013-07-09   [ 74 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Arab States Broadcasting Union   2013-07-09   [ 73 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Zimbabwe (Republic of)   2013-02-19   [ 72 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Zambia (Republic of)   2013-04-04   [ 71 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Uzbekistan (Republic of)   2013-04-19   [ 70 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Tanzania (United Republic of)   2013-04-04   [ 69 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Sweden   2013-03-29   [ 68 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Swaziland (Kingdom of)   2013-02-14   [ 67 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Sudan (Republic of the)   2013-02-14   [ 66 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     South Africa (Republic of)   2013-02-14   [ 65 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Senegal (Republic of)   2013-04-04   [ 64 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Rwanda (Republic of)   2013-04-04   [ 63 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Oman (Sultanate of)   2013-02-14   [ 62 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Namibia (Republic of)   2013-02-14   [ 61 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Morocco (Kingdom of)   2013-02-14   [ 60 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Moldova (Republic of)   2013-04-04   [ 59 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Mali (Republic of)   2013-04-04   [ 58 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Libya   2013-04-04   [ 57 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Lebanon   2013-02-14   [ 56 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Kyrgyz Republic   2013-03-29   [ 55 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Kazakhstan (Republic of)   2013-04-04   [ 54 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Israel (State of)   2013-03-04   [ 53 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Egypt (Arab Republic of)   2013-03-18   [ 52 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Cameroon (Republic of)   2013-04-04   [ 51 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Belarus (Republic of)   2013-04-04   [ 50 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Azerbaijani Republic   2013-04-04   [ 49 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     African Telecommunications Union   2013-04-04   [ 48 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Armenia (Republic of)   2013-03-29   [ 47 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Angola (Republic of)   2013-04-04   [ 46 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen   2012-07-28   [ 45 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Teracom AB   2012-08-21   [ 44 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     TDF Group   2012-08-21   [ 43 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Rai Way S.p.A.   2012-08-21   [ 42 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR)   2012-08-21   [ 41 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Media Broadcast   2012-08-21   [ 40 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     European Broadcasting Union   2012-08-21   [ 39 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Broadcast Networks Europe   2012-08-21   [ 38 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)   2012-08-21   [ 37 ]     Response to Questionnaire on Spectrum Requirements     Abertis Telecom   2012-08-21 Results: 86 total items.
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Information Documents   Number   Title Source Date   [ 40 ]     Response from Kazakhstan     Kazakhstan (Republic of)   2014-03-18   [ 39 ]     Compilation of responses received on Questionnaire to Member States     N/A   2014-02-24   [ 38 ]     Response from Brazil     Brazil (Federative Republic of)   2014-02-13   [ 37 ]     Response from India     India (Republic of)   2014-02-13   [ 36 ]     Response from Bulgaria     Bulgaria (Republic of)   2014-02-11   [ 35 ]     Response from Norway     Norway   2014-02-10   [ 34 ]     Response from New Zealand     New Zealand   2014-02-10   [ 33 ]     Response from the United States     United States of America   2014-02-10   [ 32 ]     Response from Morocco     Morocco (Kingdom of)   2014-02-10   [ 31 ]     Response from Saudi Arabia and Bahrain     Saudi Arabia (Kingdom of) , Bahrain (Kingdom of)   2014-02-10   [ 30 ]     Response from Canada     Canada   2014-02-10   [ 29 ]     Response from Paraguay     Paraguay (Republic of)   2014-02-10   [ 28 ]     Response from Sweden     Sweden   2014-02-10   [ 27 ]     Response from the Russian Federation     Russian Federation   2014-02-10   [ 26 ]     Response from Australia     Australia   2014-02-10   [ 25 ]     Response from the Republic of Korea     Korea (Republic of)   2014-02-10   [ 24 ]     Response from Turkey     Turkey   2014-02-07   [ 23 ]     Response from Japan     Japan   2014-02-04   [ 22 ]     Response from the United Kingdom     United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland   2014-02-03   [ 21 ]     Response from Uruguay     Uruguay (Eastern Republic of)   2014-02-03   [ 20 ]     Response from Mauritius     Mauritius (Republic of)   2014-02-03   [ 19 ]     Response from Denmark     Denmark   2014-01-31   [ 18 ]     Response from Belarus     Belarus (Republic of)   2014-01-31   [ 17 ]     Response from Poland     Poland (Republic of)   2014-01-31   [ 16 ]     Response from Zambia     Zambia (Republic of)   2014-01-31   [ 15 ]     Response from Ukraine     Ukraine   2014-01-31   [ 14 ]     Response from Qatar     Qatar (State of)   2014-01-31   [ 13 ]     Response from Rwanda     Rwanda (Republic of)   2014-01-31   [ 12 ]     Response from Moldova     Moldova (Republic of)   2014-01-31   [ 11 ]     Response from Lithuania     Lithuania (Republic of)   2014-01-31   [ 10 ]     Response from Oman (Telecommunications Regulatory Authority)     Oman (Sultanate of)   2014-01-30   [ 9 ]     Response from Iraq     Iraq (Republic of)   2014-01-30   [ 8 ]   (Rev.1)   Response from the Czech Republic     Czech Republic   2014-01-29   [ 7 ]     Response from Botswana     Botswana (Republic of)   2014-01-29   [ 6 ]     Response from Singapore     Singapore (Republic of)   2014-01-29   [ 5 ]     Response from Portugal     Portugal   2014-01-28   [ 4 ]     Response from Switzerland     Switzerland (Confederation of)   2014-01-28   [ 3 ]     Response from Sudan     Sudan (Republic of the)   2014-01-26   [ 2 ]     Response from Oman (Information Technology Authority)     Oman (Sultanate of)   2013-12-25   [ 1 ]     Circular Letter No 168     SG   2014-02-12 Results: 40 total items.  
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 Research report of the Working Group on Epidemic Management Acknowledgements Table of contents List of figures and tables Foreword Executive Summary 1 Background 1.1 Overview of COVID-19 1.2 Strategies for Responding to New Infectious Diseases: PI and NPI 1.3 ICT’s Contribution to the Infectious Disease Response 1.4 Framework for Response to Future Pandemics 2 Global Response Strategies and their Effectiveness 2.1 COVID-19 Response Strategies of Countries in North America, Europe/ Asia/ Africa and Their Impact 2.1.1 Comparison of COVID-19 responses by country 2.1.2 Mexico’s response strategy 2.1.3 United States’s response strategy 2.1.4 Germany’s response strategy 2.1.5 Spain´s response strategy 2.1.6 Sweden’s response strategy 2.1.7 United Kingdom’s response strategy 2.1.8 China’s response strategy 2.1.9 India’s response strategy 2.1.10 Japan’s response strategy 2.1.11 Republic of Korea’s response strategy 2.1.12 Malaysia’s response strategy 2.1.13 Kenya’s response strategy 2.1.14 Liberia’s response strategy 2.1.15 Mauritius’ response strategy 2.2 Role of International Organizations 2.2.1 COVID-19 response of the United Nations 2.2.2 Vaccine distribution efforts of international organizations 2.2.3 ITU’s contribution to the COVID-19 response 2.2.4 UNESCO’s contribution to the COVID-19 response 2.2.5 The CoMo Consortium’s COVID-19 modelling support for LMICs 2.2.6 UN Global Pulse’s COVID-19 modelling of refugee and internally-displaced-person (IDP) settlements 3 Role of ICT in COVID-19 Management 3.1 Importance of ICT Responses to New Infectious Diseases 3.2 Examples of ICT-based Responses to COVID-19 3.2.1 Digital Epidemiological Surveillance 3.2.2 Rapid case identification 3.2.3 Interruption of community transmission 3.2.4 Public service delivery, communication and socio-economic engagement 3.2.5 Clinical care 3.2.6 Pharmaceutical intervention 4 Key Insights 4.1 Preparedness and Rapid Response for Socio-Economic Resilience 4.2 Growing Role of ICT in Disease Response 4.3 Importance of ICT Infrastructure and Legal System in the Disease Response 4.4 Heightened International Coordination in Response to Future Pandemics 5 Considerations / Conclusions 5.1 Enabling Environment: Flexible Regulation, Policy to Foster ICT 5.2 ICT to Prevent Pandemics: Pre-emptive Investment 5.3 Enhancing Global Cooperation References
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ITU-R SURVEY.SG6  SP    Français   Español     Home : ITU-R : SURVEY.SG6 : Other documents  Recently posted  -  Search Meeting Documents     ITU-R SURVEY.SG6  SP  ITU-R SURVEY.SG6 Max # of documents displayed/page: The following responses to Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting were taken into consideration in a new Report ITU-R BT. (...) [SPECTRUM-REQMTS] - Spectrum / frequency requirements for bands allocated to broadcasting on a primary basis - approved by SG 6 at its meeting on 24 July 2015. Responses that are received after 24 July 2015 can be found at "http://www.itu.int/md/R12-SURVEYSG6AFT-SP" Results: 72 total items. Result page:  1 - 2  -  Next Other documents   Number   Title Source Date   [ 72 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Ireland   2015-07-12   [ 71 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Tunisia   2015-06-26   [ 70 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Armenia (Republic of)   2015-06-03   [ 69 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Burkina Faso   2015-05-22   [ 68 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Kenya (Republic of)   2015-05-22   [ 67 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Cambodia (Kingdom of)   2015-05-22   [ 66 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Uzbekistan (Republic of)   2015-05-21   [ 65 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Egypt (Arab Republic of)   2015-05-21   [ 64 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Tanzania (United Republic of)   2015-05-21   [ 63 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Algeria (People's Democratic Republic of)   2015-05-20   [ 62 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Bahrain (Kingdom of)   2015-05-19   [ 61 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Lithuania (Republic of)   2015-05-15   [ 60 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Russian Federation   2015-05-14   [ 59 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Malaysia   2015-05-14   [ 58 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Kyrgyz Republic   2015-04-28   [ 57 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Mauritius (Republic of)   2015-04-24   [ 56 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Estonia (Republic of)   2015-04-02   [ 55 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Bulgaria (Republic of)   2015-03-26   [ 54 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Ethiopia (Federal Democratic Republic of)   2015-03-04   [ 53 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Liechtenstein (Principality of)   2015-02-26   [ 52 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     International Association of Broadcasting   2015-02-10   [ 51 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Colombia (Republic of)   2014-11-18   [ 50 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     France   2014-11-17   [ 49 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Iran (Islamic Republic of)   2014-11-17   [ 48 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     North American Broadcasters Association (NABA)   2014-11-11   [ 47 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Romania   2014-11-07   [ 46 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Korea (Republic of)   2014-11-07   [ 45 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Czech Republic   2014-10-30   [ 44 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland   2014-10-27   [ 43 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Brazil (Federative Republic of)   2014-10-24   [ 42 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Belize   2014-10-23   [ 41 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Jamaica   2014-10-22   [ 40 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Suriname (Republic of)   2014-10-21   [ 39 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Slovak Republic   2014-10-21   [ 38 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Palestine(*)   2014-10-20   [ 37 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Serbia (Republic of )   2014-10-20   [ 36 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Norway   2014-10-20   [ 35 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Madagascar (Republic of)   2014-10-20   [ 34 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Portugal   2014-10-20   [ 33 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Iran (Islamic Republic of)   2014-10-17   [ 32 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Italy   2014-10-17   [ 31 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Rai Way S.p.A.   2014-10-17   [ 30 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Hungary   2014-10-16   [ 29 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     ABERTIS TELECOM S.A.   2014-10-17   [ 28 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Vatican City State   2014-10-17   [ 27 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Germany (Federal Republic of)   2014-10-17   [ 26 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Japan   2014-10-17   [ 25 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Sweden   2014-10-17   [ 24 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Nippon Hoso Kyokai (NHK) (Japan Broadcasting Corporation)   2014-10-17   [ 23 ]     Response to the Questionnaire on spectrum requirements for the future of sound and television broadcasting     Papua New Guinea   2014-10-17 Results: 72 total items.
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.) + ISO8571-FTAM + information object set Extension-attribute-Patterns Extension-Attributes + type Abstract-Syntax-Name Access-Context Access-Control-Attribute Access-Control-Change-Attribute Access-Control-Element Access-Passwords Access-Request Account Account-Attribute Action-Result Activity-Identifier AE-qualifier AE-title AND-Set AP-title Application-Entity-Title Attribute-Extension-Names Attribute-Extension-Set Attribute-Extension-Set-Name Attribute-Extensions Attribute-Extensions-Pattern Attribute-Groups Attribute-Names Attribute-Value-Assertions Bitstring-Pattern Boolean-Pattern Bulk-Data-PDU Change-Attributes Charging Child-Objects-Attribute Concurrency-Access Concurrency-Control Concurrency-Key Constraint-Set-Name Contents-Type-Attribute Contents-Type-List Contents-Type-Pattern Create-Attributes Date-and-Time-Attribute Date-and-Time-Pattern Degree-Of-Overlap Destination-File-Directory Diagnostic Document-Type-Name Entity-Reference Equality-Comparision Error-Action Extension-Attribute Extension-Attribute-identifier Extension-Set-Identifier F-BEGIN-GROUP-request F-BEGIN-GROUP-response F-CANCEL-request F-CANCEL-response F-CHANGE-ATTRIB-request F-CHANGE-ATTRIB-response F-CHANGE-LINK-ATTRIB-request F-CHANGE-LINK-ATTRIB-response F-CHANGE-PREFIX-request F-CHANGE-PREFIX-response F-CHECK-request F-CHECK-response F-CLOSE-request F-CLOSE-response F-COPY-request F-COPY-response F-CREATE-DIRECTORY-request F-CREATE-DIRECTORY-response F-CREATE-request F-CREATE-response F-DATA-END-request F-DELETE-request F-DELETE-response F-DESELECT-request F-DESELECT-response F-END-GROUP-request F-END-GROUP-response F-ERASE-request F-ERASE-response F-GROUP-CHANGE-ATTRIB-request F-GROUP-CHANGE-ATTRIB-response F-GROUP-COPY-request F-GROUP-COPY-response F-GROUP-DELETE-request F-GROUP-DELETE-response F-GROUP-LIST-request F-GROUP-LIST-response F-GROUP-MOVE-request F-GROUP-MOVE-response F-GROUP-SELECT-request F-GROUP-SELECT-response F-INITIALIZE-request F-INITIALIZE-response F-LINK-request F-LINK-response F-LIST-request F-LIST-response F-LOCATE-request F-LOCATE-response F-MOVE-request F-MOVE-response F-OPEN-request F-OPEN-response F-P-ABORT-request F-READ-ATTRIB-request F-READ-ATTRIB-response F-READ-LINK-ATTRIB-request F-READ-LINK-ATTRIB-response F-READ-request F-RECOVER-request F-RECOVER-response F-RESTART-request F-RESTART-response F-SELECT-ANOTHER-request F-SELECT-ANOTHER-response F-SELECT-request F-SELECT-response F-TERMINATE-request F-TERMINATE-response F-TRANSFER-END-request F-TRANSFER-END-response F-U-ABORT-request F-UNLINK-request F-UNLINK-response F-WRITE-request FADU-Identity FADU-Lock File-PDU FSM-PDU FTAM-Quality-of-Service FTAM-Regime-PDU Functional-Units Implementation-Information Integer-Pattern Legal-Qualification-Attribute Lock Node-Name Object-Availability-Attribute Object-Identifier-Pattern Object-Size-Attribute Object-Type-Attribute Objects-Attributes-List Operation-Result OR-Set Other-Pattern Override Pass-Passwords Password Path-Access-Passwords Pathname Pathname-Attribute Pathname-Pattern PDU Permitted-Actions-Attribute Private-Use-Attribute Protocol-Version Read-Attributes Referent-Indicator Relational-Comparision Request-Operation-Result Request-Type Scope Select-Attributes Service-Class Shared-ASE-Information State-Result String-Pattern User-Identity User-Identity-Attribute User-Identity-Pattern
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United Nations Office on Genocide Prevention and the Responsibility to Protect English Français Search Search Home About Us The Special Advisers Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide Special Adviser on the Responsibility to Protect The Office Mandate Methodology Strategy Partners FAQ Employment Contact Us Our Work Early Warning Advising and Mobilising Overview Hate Speech Strategy Enhancing Capacity Raising Awareness Advancing R to P implementation Atrocity Crimes Definitions Genocide Crimes Against Humanity War Crimes "Ethnic Cleansing" Legal Framework International Law Genocide Convention Prevention Response Accountability Responsibility to Protect About 15th Anniversary Overview High Level Event UN Secretary-General General Assembly Security Council Human Rights Council Member States Regional Organisations Civil Society Key Documents Media Public Statements Op-eds News Photo exhibition Hate Speech Strategy and Plan of Action International Day #NoToHate campaign Events Publications & Resources Responsibility to Protect About 15th Anniversary United Nations Member States Regional Organisations Civil Society Key Documents Key Documents Founding Documents 2001 Report of the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty on The Responsibility to Protect 2004 Report of the Secretary-General’s High-Level Panel on Threats, Challenges and Change on A More Secure World: Our Shared Responsibility ( A/59/565 ). 2005 Report of the Secretary-General on In Larger Freedom: Towards Development, Security, and Human Rights for All ( A/59/2005 ) 2005 World Summit Outcome Document , A/RES/60/1 , paragraphs 138-140 Secretary-General’s Reports 2009 Report of the Secretary-General on Implementing the Responsibility to Protect ( A/63/677 ) 2010 Report of the Secretary-General on Early Warning, Assessment, and the Responsibility to Protect ( A/64/864 ) 2011 Report of the Secretary-General on The Role of Regional and Subregional Arrangements In Implementing the Responsibility to Protect ( A/65/877-S/2011/393 ) 2012 Report of the Secretary-General on The Responsibility To Protect: Timely and Decisive Response ( A/66/874-S/2012/578 ) 2013 Report of the Secretary-General on The Responsibility to Protect: State Responsibility and Prevention ( A/67/929-S/2013/399 ) 2014 Report of the Secretary-General on Fulfilling Our Collective Responsibility: International Assistance and the Responsibility To Protect ( A/68/947-S/2014/449 ) 2015 Report of the Secretary-General on A Vital and Enduring Commitment: Implementing the Responsibility to Protect ( A/69/981-S/2015/500 ) 2016 Report of the Secretary-General on Mobilising collective action: the next decade of the responsibility to protect ( A/70/999–S/2016/620 ) 2017 Report of the Secretary-General on Implementing the Responsibility to Protect: Accountability for Prevention ( A/71/1016-S/2017/556 ) 2018 Report of the Secretary-General on Responsibility to protect: from early warning to early action ( A/72/884-S/2018/525 ) 2019 Report of the Secretary-General on Responsibility to protect: lessons learned for prevention ( A/73/898-S/2019/463 ) 2020 Report of the Secretary-General on Prioritizing prevention and strengthening response: women and the responsibility to protect ( A/74/964 - S/2020/501 ) 2021 Report of the Secretary-General on Advancing atrocity prevention: work of the Office on Genocide Prevention and the Responsibility to Protect ( A/75/863–S/2021/424 ) Resolutions by UN organs General Assembly The Responsibility to Protect ( A/RES/63/308 ) International Day of Commemoration and Dignity of the Victims of the Crime of Genocide and of the Prevention of This Crime ( A/RES/69/323 ) The responsibility to protect and the prevention of genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity ( A/RES/75/277 ) Security Council List compiled by the Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect Human Rights Council 2008 Resolution on Prevention of Genocide ( A/HRC/RES/7/25 ) 2013 Resolution on Prevention of Genocide ( A/HRC/RES/22/22 ) 2015 Resolution on Prevention of Genocide ( A/HRC/RES/28/34 ) 2016 Resolution on Human Rights and Transitional Justice ( A/HRC/RES/33/19 ) 2018 Resolution on Prevention of Genocide ( A/HRC/37/L.44 ) Fifteenth anniversary of the responsibility to protect populations from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity, as enshrined in the 2005 World Summit Outcome - 2020 Resolution on the responsibility to protect (A/HRC/44/L.12) A/HRC/RES/43/29 (2020) Prevention of genocide List of country-specific resolutions compiled by the Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect Resolutions and reports by other organisations African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights: Resolution 117 (28 November 2007), on Strengthening the Responsibility to Protect in Africa European Parliament Recommendation to the European Council (18 April 2013) on the UN principle of the ‘Responsibility to Protect’ (2012/2143(INI)) Inter-Parliamentary Union Resolution (27 March 2013) on Enforcing the Responsibility to Protect: The Role of Parliament in Safeguarding Civilians’ Lives 2011 Final Report of the Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific (CSCAP), Study Group on the Responsibility to Protect (RtoP) 2014 Report of the High-Level Panel on the Responsibility to Protect in Southeast-Asia on Mainstreaming the Responsibility to Protect in Southeast Asia: Pathway Towards a Caring ASEAN Community Articles by the Special Advisers "Protecting Vulnerable Populations from Genocide" by Adama Dieng (Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide). (...) LIII No. 4 2016, December 2016 "The Responsibility to Protect" by Ivan Šimonović (Special Adviser on the Responsibility to Protect). (...) LIII No. 4 2016, December 2016 “From Commitment to Action: The Enduring Importance of the Responsibility to Protect” by Adama Dieng (Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide) and Jennifer Welsh (Special Adviser on the Responsibility to Protect).
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Responsibilities and procedures for management responses and follow-up reports on evaluations 2 1 Responsibilities and procedures for management responses and follow-up reports on evaluations OED GUIDANCE Responsibilities and procedures for management responses and follow-up reports on evaluations FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE OF EVALUATION January 2015 Contents Introduction 3 The management response 4 The follow-up report 6 Responsibilities and procedures for the management response and the follow-up report 8 Introduction 1. (...) The response to each recommendation will have to be cleared at the level formally responsible for making decisions on the issues at stake. (...) The Management Response should be prepared using the following format: Management response to the evaluation (title and date) Overall response to the evaluation 8.
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