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. €€5m grant 5m grant contribution for an contribution for an overall project for overall project for p jp j €€215m and led by EIB 215m and led by EIB For investments to For investments to accelerate in aviation sectoraccelerate in aviation sector Aviation is traditionally a self finance sectorAviation is traditionally a self finance sector –– goodgoodAviation is traditionally a self finance sector Aviation is traditionally a self finance sector good good experiences with liberalisation in the 90s in Europeexperiences with liberalisation in the 90s in Europe Economic and financial models well known and it seems Economic and financial models well known and it seems certain that sector in Africa will growcertain that sector in Africa will growcertain that sector in Africa will growcertain that sector in Africa will grow BUT BUT Africa leaders will need to take forward reforms in air Africa leaders will need to take forward reforms in air liberalisation YD implementation air safety etcliberalisation YD implementation air safety etcliberalisation, YD implementation, air safety, etc.liberalisation, YD implementation, air safety, etc.
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Score: 729517.87 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...ntation/EuropeanCommission.pdf
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The public would treat us like dogs that cannot bite...” (11”) NARRATION Access to land in this tiny Central African country is the key to self sufficiency and is seen as a source of power. (4.5”) UN IN ACTION - 2 - STREETS IN CITY BATWA WALING ON CAMERA BATWA MOTHER AND CHILD AT HOSPITAL KANANI ON CAMERA KANANI CARRIES BRICKS Traditionally, the two main Bantu communities –the Hutu and Tutsi – were the dominant groups and remain so today. (8.5”) Historically, the Batwa community – one percent of the Burundi population – often worked as servants. (...) They drop out because of hunger … this is what harms us so much.” (9”) NARRATION Traditionally the Batwa women are potters. But now they realize their children need formal education to cope with a changing world. (7.5”) In an effort to promote political participation the government has set aside seats in the national assembly – for members of the Batwa community. (8”) Liberate Nicayenzi is the Batwa’s heroine.
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Score: 722989.7 - https://www.un.org/webcast/pdfs/unia1245.pdf
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Inevitably leaving women to take up roles that were traditionally held by men. I witnessed a different situation while going through the results of a UNDP assessment conducted in North Kordofan State. (...) Then there are women who prefer not to engage in traditionally-considered male jobs in North Kordofan because they already have enough on their plate.
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Score: 722989.7 - https://www.unv.org/node/2562/pdf
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Strategic Communication Framework for Statistical Institutions | UNECE Skip to main content English Advanced Search   Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Housing & Land Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos More options Statistics Statistics Fundamental Principles of Official Statistics About us Networks of experts CES-TF Completed Work Meetings and Events Areas of Work Conference of European Statisticians About the Conference of European Statisticians (CES) CES Members' Guidebook Bureau of the Conference of European Statisticians (CES) Statistical development through in-depth reviews Economic statistics National accounts and globalization Price indices Business registers Employment statistics Leading, Composite and Sentiment Indicators Population, gender and society Demographic projections Gender statistics Population and housing censuses Migration statistics Poverty statistics Task Force on Valuing Unpaid Household Service Work Ageing-related statistics Sustainable development and environment Sustainable development and SDGs Country Case Studies Climate change Environment statistics Environmental-Economic Accounting Hazardous events and disasters Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Modernization of official statistics Human resources, organizational frameworks & evaluation Statistical production, methods and information technology Data collection and data sources Dissemination and communication Standards and metadata Statistical Capacity Development Publications Working Paper Series on Statistics Contact Us Partners Statistics wiki UNECE Statistical Database Strategic Communication Framework for Statistical Institutions Strategic Communication Framework for Statistical Institutions Statistics Strategic and managerial issues of official statistics Methodology of data collection, processing, dissemination and analysis Published: July 2021 Strategic communication is a relatively new concept for most statistical organizations, which have traditionally focused their efforts and resources on dissemination practices and systems. (...) This has particular relevance for the world of official statistics, where communication and dissemination have traditionally focused on expert users. With the changing environment, statistical organizations must learn to communicate more effectively and directly with citizens and improve statistical literacy across all audiences.
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Score: 722989.7 - https://unece.org/info/Statistics/pub/357507
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Present an annual progress and results of SEM engagement to Member States through the UNDRR support group and UN agencies through the UN DRR Focal Points Group UNDRR Support Group Q3- 4 2020 UNDRR Focal Points Q2 2020 Action Area 2: COORDINATION FOR THE GLOBAL PLATFORM AND REGIONAL PLATFORMS Expected Outcome Output Output Indicators Activities include: Timeframe All groups, especially those traditionally under- represented, have a space to meaningfully participate 1) All groups, especially those traditionally under- represented, have a space to participate in GP/RP 2) Role and engagement of stakeholders is reflected in GP/RP outcome documents o Increase in the number of underrepresented groups that are participating (Use disaggregated information from GP19 to create a baseline) o GP/RP Outcome documents reflect the role of stakeholders o SEM launched Stakeholder Declaration o Stakeholder Forum organized 1.
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Score: 722989.7 - https://www.undrr.org/sites/de...%20Work%20Plan%202020-2021.pdf
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Further to the above-mentioned earlier contribution, it should be reiterated that the HCCH has traditionally excluded maritime law from its scope of work, principally due to the existence of other instruments. (...) Christophe Bernasconi Contribution of the Hague Conference on Private International Law (HCCH) to the report of the Secretary-General on oceans and the law of the sea Due to other existing instruments, the HCCH has traditionally excluded maritime law from its scope of work. (...) Conclusion In conclusion, although traditionally the HCCH has not been the appropriate forum to deal with private maritime law issues, and therefore excludes most of the topics related to private maritime law (and more broadly, the law of the sea), the Choice of Court Convention nonetheless includes certain important maritime matters within its scope.
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Score: 719948.14 - https://www.un.org/Depts/los/g...ly/contributions_2018/HCCH.pdf
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Score: 719948.14 - https://www.unhcr.org/hk/en/17...-in-community-leader-role.html
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Score: 715696.5 - https://unece.org/statistics/p...ework-statistical-institutions
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Financial Inclusion SMEs | Project/Programme | Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean Skip to main content United Nations ECLAC Economic development Español English Português Français Financial Inclusion SMEs Menu Background Questions and Answers Related Content Herramientas de Información Financial Inclusion of SMEs and Development Bank Financial Innovation Policies The concept of financial inclusion encompasses all public and private initiatives to bring financial services to those households and SMEs traditionally excluded from the formal financial sector, and furthermore, to improve and perfect the serviceability of the financial system for the players that are already part of the formal financial circuit.  Project Community on Unite Connections Destacados Financial Inclusion Graphs Graphs visualizing the current state of financial inclusion in Latin American and Caribbean countries and their comparison to other world regions Background The concept of financial inclusion encompasses all public and private initiatives to bring financial services to those households and SMEs traditionally excluded from the formal financial sector, and...
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Score: 715696.5 - https://www.cepal.org/en/proyects/financial-inclusion-smes
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UNESCO Inclusive Policy Lab - Differentiated yet common risk UNESCO Inclusive Policy Lab - Differentiated yet common risk Understanding the dynamics of differentiated yet shared risks has profound policy implications as it (a) entails a shift in policy thinking from perceiving exclusion as a problem faced by the traditionally marginalized and disadvantaged groups towards the analysis of exclusion as a concern for each and every individual, as everybody faces a certain level of risk; and (b) brings to daylight cumulative disadvantage and, in addition to the traditional inter-group, the within-group inequalities.
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Score: 712059.9 - https://en.unesco.org/inclusiv...rentiated-yet-common-risk/feed
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