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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release Landmark intergenerational poll shows young people are 50% more likely than older generations to believe the world is becoming a better place – yet impatient for action on mounting crises Amid COVID-19 pandemic, younger generation also more likely to trust scientists and embrace international cooperation, according to a UNICEF-Gallup international survey of more than 21,000 children and adults released for World Children’s Day 18 November 2021 UNICEF Armenia Ani and Ala spending time in a park after submitting a letter to Gyumri municipality, demanding the installation of waste sorting bins for the community. Available in: English русский NEW YORK, 18 November 2021  – Children and young people are nearly 50 per cent more likely than older people to believe that the world is becoming a better place with each generation, according to a new international survey by UNICEF and Gallup released ahead of World Children’s Day. (...) “While this research paints a nuanced view of the generational divide, a clear picture emerges: Children and young people embody the spirit of the 21 st century far more readily than their parents,” said Fore.
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Score: 556761.13 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/pre...eople-are-50-more-likely-older
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release Landmark intergenerational poll shows young people are 50% more likely than older generations to believe the world is becoming a better place – yet impatient for action on mounting crises Amid COVID-19 pandemic and Lebanon’s unprecedent crisis, young people feel greater pressure to succeed, according to a UNICEF-Gallup international survey of more than 21,000 children and adults released for World Children’s Day 18 November 2021 UNICEF2021/Lebanon Available in: English العربية New York / Beirut , 18 November 2021  – Children and young people are nearly 50 per cent more likely than older people to believe that the world is becoming a better place with each generation, according to a new international survey by UNICEF and Gallup released ahead of World Children’s Day. (...) Key findings on access to basic services reveal that Lebanon is the only country where less than a majority of both cohorts say children are enjoying better access to clean water, while there is a large gap between generations in thinking childhood is getting better with respect to the amount of healthy food they eat. (...) “While this research paints a nuanced view of the generational divide, a clear picture emerges: Children and young people embody the spirit of the 21 st century far more readily than their parents,” said Fore.
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Score: 556761.13 - https://www.unicef.org/lebanon...eople-are-50-more-likely-older
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Wireless power transmission using technologies other than radio frequency beam Committed to connecting the world عربي 中文 Español Français Русский Sign In Search for: ITU About ITU Media Centre Events Publications Statistics Areas of Action Regional Presence Careers General Secretariat Radiocommunication Standardization Development ITU Telecom Members' Zone Join ITU You are here ITU > Home > ITU Publications > Radiocommunication (ITU-R) > publications Share Wireless power transmission using technologies other than radio frequency beam Shopping cart You are here Home > ITU Publications > Radiocommunication (ITU-R) > ITU-R Reports > Spectrum management > Wireless power transmission using technologies other than radio frequency beam Share Report SM.2303 Managed by SG01 Main Number Title Status SM.2303-3 (06/2021)   Wireless power transmission using technologies other than radio frequency beam   In force (Main)     Previous versions Number Title Status SM.2303-2 (06/2017)   Wireless power transmission using technologies other than radio frequency beam   Superseded SM.2303-1 (06/2015)   Wireless power transmission using technologies other than radio frequency beam   Superseded SM.2303-0 (06/2014)   Wireless power transmission using technologies other than radio frequency beam   Superseded QUICK LINKS Search publications New releases Featured Publication Notices Publication Catalogue Accessible publications Publications by Sector General Secretariat and ITU Telecom General Secretariat and Telecom General Conference Publications Policy and Market Analysis Terminology ITU TELECOM Publications ITU Journal on Future and Evolving Technologies ITU Journal: ICT Discoveries Radiocommunication (ITU-R) Radiocommunication (ITU-R) General Publications Regulatory Publications Conference Publications ITU-R Questions ITU-R Resolutions Service Publications ITU-R Recommendations ITU-R Reports Handbooks ITU-R Opinions Software and Databases Terminology Standardization (ITU-T) Standardization (ITU-T) General Regulations Resolutions and Opinions ITU-T Recommendations Service Publications Handbooks Proceedings Test charts Technical papers and tutorials Terminology Development (ITU-D) Development (ITU-D) General Publications on ICT Regulation, Economics and Finance Statistics and Indicators Study Groups Conference Publications Innovation Operators Least Developed Countries Handbooks E-Strategies Publications on human and institutional capacity building and digital inclusion Technology and Network Development   Further Information ITU Souvenirs ITU Resellers Conditions of sale FAQ Contact Follow us Twitter Facebook YouTube Flickr Linkedin Instagram Soundcloud Podcasts Spotify Spreaker TikTok © ITU All Rights Reserved Contact us Privacy notice Accessibility Report misconduct Back to top
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Landmark intergenerational poll shows young people are 50% more likely than older generations to believe the world is becoming a better place – yet impatient for action on mounting crises Skip to main content Bulgaria Toggle navigation Български English Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Bulgaria Explore UNICEF About UNICEF Children in Bulgaria Campaigns Partners Champions for the children Bids and competitions Ambassadors Child rights Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports News and stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release Landmark intergenerational poll shows young people are 50% more likely than older generations to believe the world is becoming a better place – yet impatient for action on mounting crises Amid COVID-19 pandemic, younger generation also more likely to trust scientists and embrace international cooperation, according to a UNICEF-Gallup international survey of more than 21,000 children and adults released for World Children’s Day 19 November 2021 UNICEF/UN0153894/Ergen Available in: Български English NEW YORK, 18 November 2021  – Children and young people are nearly 50 per cent more likely than older people to believe that the world is becoming a better place with each generation, according to a new international survey by UNICEF and Gallup released ahead of World Children’s Day. (...) “While this research paints a nuanced view of the generational divide, a clear picture emerges: Children and young people embody the spirit of the 21 st  century far more readily than their parents,” said Fore.
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Score: 556025.5 - https://www.unicef.org/bulgari...eople-are-50-more-likely-older
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Landmark intergenerational poll shows young people are 50% more likely than older generations to believe the world is becoming a better place – yet impatient for action on mounting crises Skip to main content Armenia Toggle navigation Հայերեն English Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Armenia Secondary - EN Explore UNICEF About us Representative UNICEF Armenia Ambassadors Announcements Contact us Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Reports and Resources Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release Landmark intergenerational poll shows young people are 50% more likely than older generations to believe the world is becoming a better place – yet impatient for action on mounting crises Amid COVID-19 pandemic, younger generation also more likely to trust scientists and embrace international cooperation, according to a UNICEF-Gallup international survey of more than 21,000 children and adults released for World Children’s Day 18 November 2021 UNICEF Armenia/2020/Biayna Mahari Available in: Հայերեն English NEW YORK, 18 November 2021  – Children and young people are nearly 50 per cent more likely than older people to believe that the world is becoming a better place with each generation, according to a new international survey by UNICEF and Gallup released ahead of World Children’s Day. (...) “While this research paints a nuanced view of the generational divide, a clear picture emerges: Children and young people embody the spirit of the 21 st  century far more readily than their parents,” said Fore.
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Score: 555005.76 - https://www.unicef.org/armenia...eople-are-50-more-likely-older
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release Landmark intergenerational poll shows young people are 50% more likely than older generations to believe the world is becoming a better place – yet impatient for action on mounting crises Amid COVID-19 pandemic, younger generation also more likely to trust scientists and embrace international cooperation, according to a UNICEF-Gallup international survey of more than 21,000 children and adults released for World Children’s Day 16 November 2021 UNICEF/UN0380036/Panjwani A mother helps her daughter with online studies while schools are shut during COVID-19 in India. Available in: English Français Español العربية NEW YORK, 18 November 2021  – Children and young people are nearly 50 per cent more likely than older people to believe that the world is becoming a better place with each generation, according to a new international survey by UNICEF and Gallup released ahead of World Children’s Day. (...) “While this research paints a nuanced view of the generational divide, a clear picture emerges: Children and young people embody the spirit of the 21 st century far more readily than their parents,” said Fore.
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Score: 553708.06 - https://www.unicef.org/press-r...eople-are-50-more-likely-older
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And indeed, we are facing a paradox: we see what is happening on the ground being worse than the predictions that were made. We see climate change running faster than expected. We see the rise of the temperature of the water faster than expected. We see the melting in the Arctic and the Antarctic faster than expected. We see glaciers receding faster than expected. We see corals bleaching faster than expected.
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Score: 553507.5 - https://www.un.org/sg/en/conte...-president-andrzej-duda-poland
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Landmark intergenerational poll shows young people are 50% more likely than older generations to believe the world is becoming a better place – yet impatient for action on mounting crises Skip to main content Nepal Toggle navigation English नेपाली Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Nepal Explore UNICEF About Us Contact us Children in Nepal How and where we work Invest in every child Our Partners Parenting Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release Landmark intergenerational poll shows young people are 50% more likely than older generations to believe the world is becoming a better place – yet impatient for action on mounting crises Amid COVID-19 pandemic, younger generation also more likely to trust scientists and embrace international cooperation, according to a UNICEF-Gallup international survey of more than 21,000 children and adults released for World Children’s Day 18 November 2021 UNICEF Nepal Available in: English नेपाली NEW YORK, 18 November 2021  – Children and young people are nearly 50 per cent more likely than older people to believe that the world is becoming a better place with each generation, according to a new international survey by UNICEF and Gallup released ahead of World Children’s Day. (...) “While this research paints a nuanced view of the generational divide, a clear picture emerges: Children and young people embody the spirit of the 21 st century far more readily than their parents,” said Fore.
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Score: 552107.9 - https://www.unicef.org/nepal/p...eople-are-50-more-likely-older
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TYPES OF VOTE FOR A DECISION (OTHER THAN AN ELECTION) TYPES OF VOTE FOR A DECISION (OTHER THAN AN ELECTION) The General Rules of FAO provide for three types of vote: by show of hands, roll call or secret ballot. (...) ELECTIONS TO FILL MORE THAN ONE ELECTIVE PLACE ELECTIONS TO FILL MORE THAN ONE ELECTIVE PLACE In the case of the elections of the three Vice-Chairpersons of the Commission, Rule XII.12 of the General Rules of FAO applies, except with respect to the quorum provisions which are those contained in the Rules of Procedure of the Commission, as explained in paragraph 4 above. (...) Rule XII.4 (c) of the General Rules of FAO applies and reads as follows: (i) Any ballot paper carrying votes for more candidates than there are vacancies to be filled, or carrying a vote for an individual, nation or locality not validly nominated, shall be considered defective.
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Score: 552070.5 - https://www.fao.org/fao-who-co...cexec-elections/chair-vice/de/
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TYPES OF VOTE FOR A DECISION (OTHER THAN AN ELECTION) TYPES OF VOTE FOR A DECISION (OTHER THAN AN ELECTION) The General Rules of FAO provide for three types of vote: by show of hands, roll call or secret ballot. (...) ELECTIONS TO FILL MORE THAN ONE ELECTIVE PLACE ELECTIONS TO FILL MORE THAN ONE ELECTIVE PLACE In the case of the elections of the three Vice-Chairpersons of the Commission, Rule XII.12 of the General Rules of FAO applies, except with respect to the quorum provisions which are those contained in the Rules of Procedure of the Commission, as explained in paragraph 4 above. (...) Rule XII.4 (c) of the General Rules of FAO applies and reads as follows: (i) Any ballot paper carrying votes for more candidates than there are vacancies to be filled, or carrying a vote for an individual, nation or locality not validly nominated, shall be considered defective.
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Score: 552070.5 - https://www.fao.org/fao-who-co...cexec-elections/chair-vice/en/
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