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At Cape Town Forum, UN Women and partners seek ways to close gender data gaps | UN DESA | United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Skip to Content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Department of Economic and Social Affairs Search UN DESA Home About UN DESA Who we are What we do Leadership DESA Divisions Advisory Board Global Online Policy Dialogue Series ECESA Conferences & Summits Organigramme Key Issues Intergovernmental Support SDG Knowledge Population Dynamics Public Institutions Sustainable Financing Social Inclusion Statistics Economic Analysis Forests News UN DESA Voice Publications Publications Working Papers Policy Briefs Multimedia Library Videos Infographics Calendar Contact Us COVID-19 Webinars Home About UN DESA Who we are What we do Leadership DESA Divisions Advisory Board Global Online Policy Dialogue Series ECESA Conferences & Summits Organigramme Key Issues Intergovernmental Support SDG Knowledge Population Dynamics Public Institutions Sustainable Financing Social Inclusion Statistics Economic Analysis Forests News UN DESA Voice Publications Publications Working Papers Policy Briefs Multimedia Library Videos Infographics Calendar Contact Us COVID-19 Webinars Home News At Cape Town Forum, UN Women and partners seek ways to close gender data gaps News At Cape Town Forum, UN Women and partners seek ways to close gender data gaps 17 January 2017 , Cape Town With only 41 per cent of countries regularly producing data on violence against women and only 13 per cent of countries having a dedicated gender statistics budget, the first-ever United Nations World Data Forum today explored ways to close these data gaps. (...) The panel, titled ‘Gender Data for Decision-making: Strengthening the Links,’ was among the nearly 100 sessions and parallel events scheduled throughout the 15-18 January gathering in Cape Town, South African, of more than 1,400 data experts around the world. (...) The initiative also aims to ensure that data are accessible to all users, including governments, civil society, academia and the private sector, and can be analyzed to inform research, advocacy, policies and programmes and promote accountability. “Data are simply not useful if they are not used,” she said, explaining that this is the area where capacities are extremely weak and a lot of work and efforts are needed by all stakeholders.
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Score: 1260173.1 - https://www.un.org/development...atistics/data-forum-women.html
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Place and Date The first ever Global Aviation Gender Summit will be held in Cape Town, South Africa from 8 to 10 August 2018. 2. Venue The event will be held at Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) located in Convention Square, 1 Lower Long Street, Cape Town 8001. (...) Transportation Peak hour traffic from Cape Town International Airport to Cape Town city area is to be taken into consideration when planning transportation. (...) Reserve your flights directly with South African Airways. Simply call your local SAA Offices, City Town Office or contact a dedicated help-line on 2711 510-8475 (office hours: 07am – 19H00 on week days and 10H30 – 19H00 on weekends) or e-mail your request to globalmice@flysaa.com.
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Score: 1216251.6 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...nformation%20Bulletin%20V6.pdf
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A second airstrike in Mekelle town, reportedly injured nine, and caused damage to houses and a nearby hotel, Mr. Laerke said:  “This is certainly not something that we have seen in Mekelle town, so this seems like an intensification and an escalation. (...) In Upper Nile State alone, around 1,000 people walked for seven days to reach Malakal town; “women, children and elderly people arrived exhausted and hungry (and) some had not eaten in days”, the agency said.  
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Score: 1215117.8 - https://news.un.org/en/audio/2021/10/1103452
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“While the liberation of towns once under the control of the rebel and extremist groups has brought hope to the populations of northern Mali, I am deeply concerned at the risk of reprisal attacks against ethnic Tuareg and Arab civilians. There have been serious allegations of human rights violations committed by the Malian army, including summary executions and disappearances, in Sevaré, Mopti, Niono and other towns close to the areas where fighting has occurred. (...) These communities are reportedly being accused of supporting armed groups, based simply on their ethnic affiliation,” said Mr. Dieng.
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Score: 1213545.5 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...ebruary%202013%20-%20FINAL.pdf
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The Serbs hoisted Serbian flags all over the town, and set up checkpoints where they harassed Muslims and Croats, while the Serbs could go unstopped. (...) The town looked deserted. By 20 May, Mr. Beganović closed all his businesses. (...) Arriving at the centre of town Mr. Beganović joined some two thousand people already gathered there.
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Score: 1202274.6 - https://www.icty.org/en/content/emir-beganovi%C4%87
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The Serbs hoisted Serbian flags all over the town, and set up checkpoints where they harassed Muslims and Croats, while the Serbs could go unstopped. (...) The town looked deserted. By 20 May, Mr. Beganović closed all his businesses. (...) Arriving at the centre of town Mr. Beganović joined some two thousand people already gathered there.
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Score: 1202274.6 - https://www.icty.org/en/sid/10120
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The Serbs hoisted Serbian flags all over the town, and set up checkpoints where they harassed Muslims and Croats, while the Serbs could go unstopped. (...) The town looked deserted. By 20 May, Mr. Beganović closed all his businesses. (...) Arriving at the centre of town Mr. Beganović joined some two thousand people already gathered there.
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Score: 1202274.6 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/9056
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The resulting xenophobia and discrimination on the basis of group characteristics increasingly present major challenges to the governance of cities and towns. And no nation is exempted from these challenges. (...) Civic life requires settings in which people meet as equals. Cities and towns should be inclusive where people meet without regard to race, class, national origin, gender or religion. (...) In the urban millennium, when over half of humanity lives in cities and towns, there is an urgent need for concerted national action and international cooperation and support, backed by solidarity at all levels.
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Score: 1197170.9 - https://www.un.org/WCAR/statements/unchsE.htm
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A snail's-eye view of e-commerce can be found in the small town of Cherasco (pop. 6,200) in rural Piedmont, Italy. A visitor asks the mayor about his town's major industry, snail breeding. ''Would you like to see the text of our Web pages?'' (...) Virtually no overhead Starting simply, a small business can engage in international trade without a major investment.
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Score: 1196672.7 - https://www.itu.int/newsarchive/wtd/1999/iht05/ecom4.html
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UNICEF Innovation SURGE Cape Town Students fulfilling their first bounties on desktop and mobile. More details on ETHCapeTown SURGE Cape Town was a side event at a larger gathering of the Ethereum community, called ETHCapeTown. (...) An Ethereum wallet was created by one of the hackers, and sent around to the group for people to pay it forward to the local Cape Town SURGE students. The money will be transferred to UNICEF France, who will make arrangements with the local coding school to ensure the continued education of the SURGE Cape Town students.
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Score: 1182384 - https://www.unicef.org/innovat...ducing-blockchain-young-people
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