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In some countries, therefore, virtually all movements that are not related to tourism, business visits or very short-term stays are counted as migration. There is no distinction made between short- and long-term migration in the statistics and indeed, in some countries (for example Finland and Sweden), notably those for which the criterion for entry into the register is an intended stay of more than one year, short-term stays are not counted. (...) The difference clearly relates to persons entering for short periods and who must register in Denmark but not in Finland or Sweden. (...) There are a number of measures which could be taken to improve comparability in the short-term. Two that could be particularly important are described below.
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Score: 458818.95 - https://www.un.org/development..._lemaitre_statistics_brief.pdf
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Score: 458676 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...vents/2020/RDF/Session-2a.aspx
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Final short list of project proposals approved for UNDEF’s Round 15 | Democracy Fund Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Democracy Fund Search form Search Toggle navigation Home About UNDEF Advisory Board Staff Terms of Reference (PDF) UN SG Note on Democracy (PDF) Creation of UNDEF - The 2005 World Summit Outcome (PDF) Projects News UNDEF stories Newsletters Video Evaluations All Evaluations Arab States Asia and Pacific Europe Latin America and the Caribbean Sub-Saharan Africa Global Thematic Meta-Evaluations Apply for Funding Guidelines Information for Grantees Donors Lessons Contact UNDEF Home Final short list of project proposals approved for UNDEF’s Round 15 Final short list of project proposals approved for UNDEF’s Round 15 The UN Deputy Secretary-General has approved a short list of 35 project proposals for the UN Democracy Fund’s Fifteenth Round of Funding, amounting to over nine million dollars, in accordance with a recommendation by the UNDEF Advisory Board. UNDEF has contacted those short-listed. As agreed with the UNDEF Advisory Board, this Round particularly welcomed project proposals that address the challenges to civic space and democracy posed by the Covid-19 crisis. All the projects on the short list have direct relevance to the pandemic and its impact on civil society and democracy.
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Score: 457644.9 - https://www.un.org/democracyfund/node/2399
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Final short list of project proposals approved for UNDEF’s Round 15 | Democracy Fund Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Democracy Fund Search form Search Toggle navigation Home About UNDEF Advisory Board Staff Terms of Reference (PDF) UN SG Note on Democracy (PDF) Creation of UNDEF - The 2005 World Summit Outcome (PDF) Projects News UNDEF stories Newsletters Video Evaluations All Evaluations Arab States Asia and Pacific Europe Latin America and the Caribbean Sub-Saharan Africa Global Thematic Meta-Evaluations Apply for Funding Guidelines Information for Grantees Donors Lessons Contact UNDEF Home Final short list of project proposals approved for UNDEF’s Round 15 Final short list of project proposals approved for UNDEF’s Round 15 The UN Deputy Secretary-General has approved a short list of 35 project proposals for the UN Democracy Fund’s Fifteenth Round of Funding, amounting to over nine million dollars, in accordance with a recommendation by the UNDEF Advisory Board. UNDEF has contacted those short-listed. As agreed with the UNDEF Advisory Board, this Round particularly welcomed project proposals that address the challenges to civic space and democracy posed by the Covid-19 crisis. All the projects on the short list have direct relevance to the pandemic and its impact on civil society and democracy.
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Score: 457644.9 - https://www.un.org/democracyfu...roved-undef%E2%80%99s-round-15
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In this regard, the ECA’s Championing the Decade of Action initiative has over the pandemic period, engaged young African writers, by offering them a space to reflect on these challenges through a number of activities, including an SDGs short story competition. In this respect, the Short Stories Anthology is born out of the idea that the implementation of the SDGs would benefit from a different kind of interrogation – one that would open the space for young creative writers to mine such issues through fiction. (...) Implemented in the African Union year of arts, culture and heritage, which also happens to be one marked by the spectre of a global pandemic, the Anthology of Short Stories competition has offered a unique space, rarely accorded in the UN system, for creative writers to explore the width and breadth of the issues that permeate the complexities of our time. (...) Meeting Platform Link: TBC Proposed Programme: Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes 1 Minute intro and housekeeping 5 Minutes: Opening remarks: ECA (TCND) 6 Minutes: Short overview of the Short Stories initiative and introducing the winning writer and special mentions: (A reading from the winning story) 6 Minutes: Short overview of the Africa@2050 initiative and introducing the winning writers (A reading from the winning story) – Pauline Destree 30-45 minutes discussion session with the writers (questions to the writers) 10 minutes (perspectives from the judges 2-minute conclusion and vote of thanks
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Score: 457594.7 - https://www.uneca.org/sites/de...amme%20CCDA%20Side%20event.pdf
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Requirements for Video Submission The short silent video must meet these requirements: 1. Theme: Short-silent video Competition on Environmental Sustainability during COVID-19 Pandemic. (...) Submission Detail The short-silent video should be submitted through: 1.
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Score: 457555.6 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...26052021_deadline_extended.pdf
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Writers should introduce themselves, attach their submission in Microsoft word and send their stories to eca-info@un.org with the subject: Short Story Submission on Land Governance towards the Africa We Want. Only the selected authors will be acknowledged and invited to participate in a workshop to enhance their submissions. The winning short stories will be awarded a cash prize, while 2 others will be awarded Special Mention during the CLPA. All short-listed entries will be published in an Anthology of Short Stories on Land in Africa to be launched at the CLPA 2021 in Kigali.
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Score: 457477.54 - https://www.uneca.org/fr/node/3567
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DOT VIEW ----- PROBABLE CAUSES OF INCIDENTS EXTERNAL SHORT INTERNAL SHORT IN USE SITUATION (CHARGING/DISCHARGING) NON-COMPLIANCE SITUATION INCIDENT ANALYSIS(preliminary) DATA COMPILED BY FAA, 1991-2007 27% --- LITHIUM BATTERIES 68% --- OTHER BATTERIES FOR LITHIUM BATTERIES --- 68% SHORT CIRCUITING (EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL), 15% CHARGING/DISCHARGING, 7% UNINTENTIONAL ACTIVATION OF DEVICES, 12% OTHERS FOR OTHER BATTERIES --- 70% SHORT CIRCUITING, 11% UNINTENTIONAL ACTIVATION OF DEVICES, 2% CHARGING/DISCHARGING, 17% OTHERS REDUCING INCIDENTS DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE BETTER LITHIUM ION BATTERIES RESPECT THE CHARGING LIMITATIONS OF LITHIUM ION BATTERIES PROPER USES AND HANDLING OF LITHIUM ION BATTERIES (IN AND OUT OF DEVICES) INDUSTRY EFFORTS BETTER CONTROL OF MANUFACTURING PROCESS TO PREVENT CONTAMINATION AND MINIMIZE DEFECTIVE PRODUCTS CHANGES TO BATTERY DESIGNS TO PREVENT THERMAL RUNAWAY POTENTIALS ARISING FROM INTERNAL SHORT DEVELOP SAFETY TESTING METHODS TO DETECT POTENTIAL DEFECTS OF BATTERIES BAJ AND IEEE 1625 PROJECTS BATTERY ASSOCIATION OF JAPAN (BAJ) IS DEVELOPING A TEST METHOD FOR DETECTING INTERNAL SHORT AND EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF DESIGN CHANGES IEEE 1625 IS WORKING ON SAFETY STANDARDS FOR CELLS, BATTERY PACKS, AND HOST DEVICES IN INTEGRATED MANNER SIGNIFICANT SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS IN LITHIUM ION BATTERY AND HOST DEVICES CAN BE EXPECTED WHEN ALL THESE EFFORTS ARE IN PLACE WHAT WE KNOW AND DO NOT KNOW DO --- NEWLY MANUFACTURED LITHIUM ION BATTERIES CAN BE MADE SAFE FOR TRANSPORT AND USE DON’T --- CONDITIONS AND ENVIRONMENTS THE BATTERIES OR HOST DEVICES ARE SUBJECTED TO WHEN THEY ARE IN THE HANDS OF CONSUMERS MANAGING THE RISKS ASSUME, WHILE RECOGNIZING IMPRESSIVE PROGRESS HAS BEEN MADE BY INDUSTRY, THAT LITHIUM ION BATTERIES HAVE THE POTENTIAL OF THERMAL RUNAWAY CONDITIONS IF ABUSED AND MAY CAUSE OVERHEATING OR FIRE NEED A PRACTICAL REGULATORY SCHEME TO ENSURE PUBLIC SAFETY WHILE NOT IMPEDING TECHNOLOGY ADVANCEMENT AND TRANSPORTATION NEEDS
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Score: 456751.86 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...anagingLithiumBatteryRisks.pdf
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Shantesh Kumar Singh IPL expert Associate Professor Central University of Haryana Ask this expert Short description:  Shantesh Kumar Singh is a resident of India. (...) Oscar Boije Project Manager Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) Short description:  Oscar BOIJE is a Finnish national with partially Bolivian origins. (...) Dan O'Hare IPL expert University of Bristol Ask this expert Short description:  UK Educational Psychologist and Teaching Fellow and the University of Bristol.
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Score: 456452.7 - https://en.unesco.org/inclusiv...h-health-and-wellbeing/members
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Shantesh Kumar Singh IPL expert Associate Professor Central University of Haryana Ask this expert Short description:  Shantesh Kumar Singh is a resident of India. (...) Oscar Boije Project Manager Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) Short description:  Oscar BOIJE is a Finnish national with partially Bolivian origins. (...) Dan O'Hare IPL expert University of Bristol Ask this expert Short description:  UK Educational Psychologist and Teaching Fellow and the University of Bristol.
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Score: 456452.7 - https://en.unesco.org/inclusivepolicylab/node/1278/members
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