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WTO | Understanding the WTO - Investment, competition, procurement, simpler procedures WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION Home   |  About WTO   |  News & events   |  Trade topics   |  WTO membership   |  Documents & resources   |  External relations Contact us   |  Site map   |  A-Z   |  Search español   français home the wto what is the wto? understanding the wto investment etc UNDERSTANDING THE WTO: CROSS-CUTTING AND NEW ISSUES Investment, competition, procurement, simpler procedures Ministers from WTO member-countries decided at the 1996 Singapore Ministerial Conference to set up three new working groups: on trade and investment, on competition policy, and on transparency in government procurement.
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Score: 941978 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...to_e/whatis_e/tif_e/bey3_e.htm
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“The teacher here explains lessons in simpler and more interactive ways than at school,” Bana, 12 UNICEF/Syria/2021/Antwan Chnkdji “The teacher here explains lessons in simpler and more interactive ways than at school,” says Bana, 12, who has joined Level 2 of the Supportive Learning programme this year, at a UNICEF-supported centre in Aqoul neighbourhood, Aleppo city, Syria.
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Score: 941978 - https://www.unicef.org/syria/s...-supportive-learning-programme
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“When fleeing a conflict, packing a diploma is likely not to be top of your mind. Systems need to be simpler and reduce the administrative hoops that refugees are being asked to jump through.” (...) Recognition mechanisms need to: 1. include provisions targeted at migrants and refugees 2. be simpler, more flexible and with reduced costs 3. create clear, transparent and coherent frameworks to recognize prior learning 4. raise awareness of existing recognition procedures 5. be combined with services to help with the transition to work 6. assess the knowledge and skills of children and place them in appropriate grades within, at most, weeks of their arrival. 7. use technology where relevant
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Score: 941978 - https://en.unesco.org/gem-repo...ations_paper_press_release.pdf
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Now it is possible with SDMX 3.0  Reuse reference metadata sets attached to structures or lower level components  Have DSD attributes with enhanced “presentation capabilities”  Use SDMX datasets as geospatial input data for GIS applications  Store, exchange and process microdata in SDMX  Make use of global codelists without having to worry about its maintenance  Choose dynamically the variant of a classification depending on the context defined by a Dataflow or a Provision Agreement Now it is possible with SDMX 3.0  Make minor artefacts’ updates not affecting dependencies  Use simpler structure sets to store and share concepts’ mappings  Implement multiple hierarchies in a much simpler and intuitive way than HCL  Use Annotations to drive processes and data visualization  Make queries on non-series aspects such as “give me all break- in-series observations”, or complex queries involving logical operators  Retrieve data from multiple dataflows sharing a single DSD with just one query Questions?
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Score: 941978 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul..._Presentation_ILO_GREISING.pdf
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David WAKEFORD , Chief Executive, Simpler Trade Procedures Board (SITPRO), United Kingdom
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Score: 930912.7 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA.../forums/forum03/docs/4sess.htm
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The Emirates Identity Authority’s Validation Gateway offered a web component that made it simpler and easier for government and private sector service providers to validate and authenticate ID cardholders. In so doing, the Gateway ultimately made it simpler and easier for UAE citizens and residents to operate in the digital world.
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Score: 927241.2 - https://publicadministration.u...rs/National-Validation-Gateway
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Human rights: UN treaty body Chairpersons envision a stronger, simpler monitoring system | OHCHR Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Resources Resources For Civil society Educators Journalists Members States National institutions and regional mechanisms More Databases Library Publications English العربية 中文 English Français русский Español More + OHCHR Donate Search input field Main Navigation OHCHR What are human rights? (...) Contact us Get Involved Get Involved Latest Media Center Press releases Human rights: UN treaty body Chairpersons envision a stronger, simpler monitoring system 04 July 2019 Share Related Press releases Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination celebrates its one hundredth session Statements Strengthening the Treaty Bodies, guardians of the world's human rights covenants and treaties Press releases Work of human rights treaty bodies at risk, warn UN Committee Chairs GENEVA (4 July 2019) — Rights-holders deserve protection through a strong UN human rights treaty body system, the Chairpersons of the ten UN treaty body committees said as they concluded their annual meeting in New York from 24 to 28 June.
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Score: 923261.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/press...sons-envision-stronger-simpler
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The aim of this reform was to make the public pay system simpler, more transparent, and fairer. The ILO together with German GIZ and the European Union provided technical assistance and played a critical role in facilitating the process leading up to the adoption of the new law. (...) The new public pay system will be simpler and will guarantee annual increases.  Furthermore, the difference of the salary scale between the lowest and the highest will be reduced from 33 to 15 grades.
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Score: 923261.5 - https://www.ilo.org/budapest/w...WCMS_652217/lang--en/index.htm
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Connections proliferate and prune in a prescribed order, with later, more complex brain circuits built upon earlier, simpler circuits. 2 The interactive influ-ences of genes and experience shape the developing brain. (...) In the proliferation and pruning process, simpler neural connections form first, followed by more complex circuits.
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Score: 923261.5 - https://violenceagainstchildre...ard_brian_science_briefing.pdf
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Score: 923261.5 - https://www.who.int/publicatio...ail-redirect/WHO-CDS-HIV-19.30
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