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In France 72% of children surf online alone. In Korea 30% of under 18’s spend two hours a day or more online. 03 “Opening up whole new worlds.’’
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Score: 1096610.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ..._files/pdfs/cop-brochure_3.pdf
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Bullying With the arrival of the Internet and mobile technology, children today are open to bullying and intimidation wherever they are – it’s no longer just a playground event. Surfing the Internet can have severe consequences for a child’s self-confidence and per- sonal development.
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Score: 1096610.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ..._files/pdfs/cop-brochure_5.pdf
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 ITU Child Online Protection The Risks Bullying With the arrival of the Internet and mobile technology, children today are open to bullying and intimidation wherever they are – it’s no longer just a playground event. Surfing the Internet can have severe consequences for a child’s self-confidence and per-sonal Grooming and Pornography While filtering programs and pa-rental controls are getting better, many children around the world are still at risk of viewing images that they aren’t mature enough to understand or appreciate.
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Score: 1096610.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...on/web/WebSearch/page0005.html
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GENDER ACTION PLAN, 2006-2007
It will be noted that 45 country offices, four regional service centres/subregional resource facilities (SURFs) and five headquarters units are engaged in building their staff and management capacities; reviewing their portfolio of programmes and resource allocation and developing a gender mainstreaming 2 DP/2006/9 strategy. (...) Communication and visibility Outcomes Outputs Results indicators: year 1 Results indicators: year 2 Responsible parties Knowledge products and best practices in gender mainstreaming packaged and shared across regions Gender knowledge platforms established in four regional centres/SURFs (Bratislava, Colombo, Beirut, Panama and El Salvador) to provide expertise to country offices ‘Gender mainstreaming workspace’ established in the knowledge network system Human Development Reports (HDRs) and NHDRs introduce updated ‘gender development indicators’ and ‘gender empowerment measures’ Compendium of best practices shared within the United Nations system on “how to mainstream gender” Web of Information for Development (WIDE) roster updated and increasingly used by UNDG and other United Nations entities Gender equality and women’s rights- based approach integrated into all HDRs – global, regional, and national BDP knowledge network BDP knowledge management BDP/ gender unit Regional service centres/SURFs) HDR Office Innovative gender main- streaming initiatives and processes documented and packaged into knowledge products Consolidated report on UNDP gender trust fund achievements produced Institutional transformation: gender mainstreaming experience of UNDP documented and shared as best practice BDP knowledge network BDP gender unit COA GOAL 4.
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Score: 1094608.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=DP/2006/9&Lang=E
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The two (2) Modules are SURF and RSEQ. 2.2 The modules were then allocated priority for implementation within the AFI Region as follows: Priority Modules Priority 1: Immediate implementation, covers most of the AFI States B0-65 APTA, B0-80 ACDM, B0-25 FICE, B0-30 DATM, B0-105 AMET, B0-10 FRTO, B0-101 ACAS, B0-05 CDO, B0-20 CCO Priority 2: Recommended implementation, applies to only specific States of AFI region B0-15 RSEQ, B0-70 WAKE, B0-75 SURF, B0-35 NOPS, B0-84 ASUR, B0-85 ASEP, B0-86 OPFL, B0-102 SNET, B0-40 TBO 3 aaosg5 WP3.1A1 2.3 The ASBU framework has been updated in the 6th edition of the GANP with better clarification of its concepts.
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Score: 1092972.1 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Docu...20applicable%20to%20AFI-EN.pdf
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Enhancing jobs and schooling decision of Moldovan youth The project offers opportunities to fill some of the information gaps that young Moldovans face in making schooling and jobs decisions by introducing an adapted and innovated version of the ‘Surfing the labour market’ tool which is an online platform and a phone application. (...) The provision of more systematic career guidance and an increase in the scope and quality of labour market information that students use when making educational and occupational decisions could have a positive impact on reducing the skills mismatches. The ILO tool “Surfing the labour market: Job search skills for young people”  has been developed on the basis of the experience gained by the ILO through the implementation of several technical assistance programmes on youth employment in countries of Central and Eastern Europe, North and West Africa, and Asia.
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Score: 1092972.1 - https://www.ilo.org/budapest/w...WCMS_644182/lang--en/index.htm
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Its tireless work and achievements today positively affect the life of everyone who makes telephone calls, listens to the radio, watches television, surfs the Web or otherwise exploits the fruits of the recent telecommunication's revolution. (...) Despite fast technological development, which in every moment allows unimaginably huge movements of information from one side of the globe to the other, more than 70 % of people in this world have never heard a dial tone, let alone surfed the Web. This digital divide can be illustrated - for instance, by the fact that there are more telephone lines in Manhattan, only one part of the city of New York, or in Tokyo than in the whole of Africa.
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Score: 1092972.1 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/presi...20030517-telecommunication.pdf
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Overview of the first three domains of the SURF This could be the CIO or an ICT manager with sus- Green ICT Maturity Model. tainability in his or her portfolio. (...) The purpose of the field study is to see how the SURF Green Note that the evaluation session is the key part here, and not ICT Maturity Model is used in practice.
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Score: 1092972.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...e/files/basic-html/page37.html
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In France 72% of children surf online alone. In Korea 30% of under 18’s spend two hours a day or more online. up from under 200 million at the beginning of 1998.
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Score: 1091062.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...on/web/WebSearch/page0003.html
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This project aimed to establish a web surfing environment in which young people who speak and understand Swahili will be better able to use the Internet.
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Score: 1091062.3 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/yout...llowup-Projects/Africa2004.htm
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