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Microsoft Word - Fact Sheet_Film Festival_2011_April.doc United Nations Forum on Forests • www.un.org/forests • Email: forests@un.org International Forest Film Festival (IFFF) Public Screening To celebrate Forests 2011, the United Nations Forum on Forests Secretariat launched the International Forest Film Festival in collaboration with the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival. (...) Winning Films We would like to invite you to host screenings! • Anyone can request a screening. • The content may represent Festival winners, or any combination of films entered in the festival, as tailored to the intent each event or venue. • Requirement: (i) IFFF public screening be free-of-charge, (ii) any showcase of IFFF films be accompanied by United Nations and IFFF materials. • To host a screening event, please fill out the Screening Request Form and email to the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival (rebecca@jhfestival.org) no later than two weeks prior to the screening event. For More Information… • www.forestfilmfestival.org - Detailed film guide: www.un.org/esa/forests/pdf/forestfilm-final.pdf - Short trailers: http://www.jhfestival.org/forestfestival/finalisttrailers.htm - Screening requests: http://www.jhfestival.org/forestfestival/venues.htm Best of Festival “Queen of Trees” This Is My Forest Living Forest “Conflict Tiger” “Kingdom of the Forest” Issues and Solutions Forest Hero “Hope in a Changing Climate” “Climbing Redwood Giants” 360 Degrees All Things Forest Shorts “Green” “Nom Tew (Man of the Soil)” Special Jury Awards “Switch Today” “The Ancient Forests” “The Man Who Stopped the Desert” “Amazon Alive: Jungle of the Mind”
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Score: 856518.9 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...85_FACT_SHEET_FILMFESTIVAL.PDF
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In partnership with the Permanent Mission of the United Kingdom, BELLE was screened at United Nations Headquarters on 2 April 2014 . (...) In partnership with the New York African Film Festival, SARRAOUNIA , was screened on 13 May 2014 at Lincoln Center, in New York. (...) Screenings were also held at UN Information Centers in Antananarivo, Brazzaville, Bujumbura, Ouagadougou and Tunis.
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Score: 849143.1 - https://www.un.org/en/events/s...branceday/films2010-2016.shtml
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Transit Rail Inspection Pilot (TRIP I) January 27, 2006 6 Trip Phase I Results • Between May 4-26, 8835 passengers and 9875 pieces of baggage were screened • 90% of customer comment cards received indicated support for and satisfaction with the screening process • Passengers were highly receptive to the screening process • Screening did not adversely impact operations January 27, 2006 7 TRIP II Phase II: Union Station, Washington, DC (June – July, 2004) Determined operational suitability of explosives screening technology Tested explosives screening equipment and process for checked baggage, unclaimed bags, and left-behind packages and luggage. Transit Rail Inspection Pilot (TRIP II) January 27, 2006 8 TRIP Phase II Results • Screening occurred between June 7 and July 5. Totals for screened items: 3,817 checked bags, 3,997 temporarily stored personal items, 527 unclaimed bags, and 253 items of drop-off cargo • Screening time for each of the temporarily stored personal items- 29 seconds • Screening did not adversely impact station operations January 27, 2006 9 TRIP III Phase III: New Haven, CT (July− August, 2004) Tested a mobile screening railcar for passenger and carry- on screening on the Shore Line East Commuter Rail stopping in small New England towns. (...) Transit Rail Inspection Pilot (TRIP III) January 27, 2006 10 Trip III Results • Screening began on July 19. During the 25 days of the pilot, 5817 passengers and 6297 carry-on items were screened • 91% of customer comment cards received indicated support for and satisfaction with the screening process • Passengers were highly receptive to the screening process • Screening did not adversely impact operations January 27, 2006 11 Rail Screening Option Menu • TRIP I Medium-Large Train Stations (Interior/Exterior) • TRIP II Medium-Large Train Stations (Interior) Portable Fast implementation Implemented: √ Republican National Convention (Penn Station, New York City ― 2004) √ Presidential Inauguration (Union Station, Washington, DC ― 2005) • TRIP III Small Stations (Onboard Train) January 27, 2006 12 Conclusions as a Result of TRIP • Off-the-shelf and emerging screening technology works • Easy to implement screening for passengers, baggage, some cargo, and temporarily stored rail items • Did not impact customers Satisfaction rate high Enthusiastic support to enhance rail security • Screening on moving train feasible January 27, 2006 13 Lessons Learned from TRIP • Screening process was effective with minimal customer inconvenience. • Congressional, media, and passenger support for TRIP was extremely positive.
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Score: 837965.4 - https://unece.org/DAM/trans/doc/2006/itc/itcrt_sec/pres5.pdf
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Divergence in LAG handling making it more  confusing to passengers and more  complicated for Airports  Phase 1: Transfer LAGs in STEB  allowed through EU (subjected  to LAGs screening) – in  progress  Phase 2: Possible water and/or  clear liquids in clear bottles to  be screened  Phase 3: All LAGs to be  screened and LAGs restriction  lifted How is LAG screening carried out? (...) Phase 2 LAG Screening? Are we ready? Could there be another way?  Offsite screening for Duty‐Free LAGs  Duty‐free LAGs can be pre‐screened (outside of airport premises) and  delivered via secured supply chain  Possibility to leverage on existing SARP such that use of LAG screening  technologies can provide considerations for LAG carriage exemptions  when carried in STEB  Ability for states to recognise such screened duty free LAGs without re‐ screening when carried in STEB  Improved security  Dedicated LAGs screening area for passenger  Passengers have CHOICE to carry non‐duty free LAG  Levy a fee for screening (Original Departing Pax only)  Passengers who self present LAGs for screening are considered low risk?
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Score: 837728.2 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...ns/05.Alan%20Tan.Singapore.pdf
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Madison Vorva Forest Heroes | North America Co-founders, Project ORANGS Film Screening: The Beauty of Mangrove Forests | Water Forests of Senegal Ms. Rosa Rogers Independent Documentary Director, Water Forests of Senegal Film Screening: The Mother Forest | Ma Foret KEYNOTE SPEAKER: WOMEN AND FORESTS – THE FUTURE WE WANT Ms. (...) The floor is open for statements by Member States. Film Screening: The Forest
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Score: 835695.6 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...2014/11/IDF_2014_Programme.pdf
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Events organized by the Centres ranged from film screenings and discussions to visits to slave ruins and cultural performances. (...) The event included a screening and discussion of the film Familiar Faces/Unexpected Place – A Global African Diaspora . (...) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil In 2018, UNIC Rio held a film screening and discussion of the film Familiar Faces/Unexpected Places—A Global African Diaspora .
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Score: 835577.9 - https://www.un.org/en/events/s...nceday/2018/events-world.shtml
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UNIC Antananarivo also organized a screening of the film “Queen Nanny: Legendary Maroon Chieftainess” on 13 April.   (...) On 25 March, the UNIC screened “Queen Nanny: Legendary Maroon Chieftainess”.  (...) The screening was part of a larger event that focused on Jamaican national heroes.
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Score: 834688.2 - https://www.un.org/en/events/s...remembranceday/2016/unic.shtml
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The current investment screening process in Malawi The MITC explained how screening of investment is currently conducted in Malawi. (...) Key issues on investment screening raised by workshop participants Participants engaged in lively discussions about investment screening in Malawi. (...) The following issues were discussed: pre-screening tools; screening systems and processes; screening content; and organizational mandate.
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Score: 832556.8 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/.../Malawi_2017/MALAWI-REPORT.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Page Babies need humans, not screens Find out why, and how, too much screen time can harm your child. (...) But what is the impact of screens on young brains and how much screen time should they be exposed to?    (...) Perhaps that is why the World Health Organization  recommends  no screen time for babies under 2 and no more than one hour of screen time a day for those aged 2 to 4. 
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Score: 830532.1 - https://www.unicef.org/azerbai...babies-need-humans-not-screens
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The programme included a briefing to students on the transatlantic slave trade, a screening of the Secretary-General’s video message prepared for the day, a screening of the film Heart of Lion and a visit to the exhibit “Remember Slavery: Say It Loud”. (...) The activities included a screening and discussion of the film Slavery Routes: 1620 -1789: From sugar to rebellion . (...) UNIS Geneva also organized a screening of the film Slavery Routes: 1620 -1789: From sugar to rebellion .
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Score: 829933.5 - https://www.un.org/en/events/s...nceday/2019/events-world.shtml
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