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Their evaluation will depend on how effective they are in practice and if they serve their original purpose. (...) Some minimum wage systems have become more complex, difficult to manage and less effective as a basic floor of protection. These considerations have sometimes led countries to simplify their minimum wage system. (...) Abruptly dismantling a complex system - to replace it by a more simple system - may produce an unwanted vacuum, especially when collective bargaining is weak.
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Score: 1130259.1 - www.ilo.org/moscow/area...WCMS_432884/lang--en/index.htm
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FAO will continue to follow the issue closely and will update information on unwanted stocks, maintain databases and keep donor countries constantly informed. (...) It is impossible to find countries that are free from the negative effects of obsolete, unwanted or banned pesticides or from pesticide misuse and abuse. (...) This is an indication of the effects that one country can have on another and the potential global environmental impact cannot be overruled.
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Score: 1129156 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...esticides/docs/consult_3_e.pdf
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PREVENTING SEXUAL HARASSMENT{tc "PREVENTING SEXUAL HARASSMENT"} {autonum} The single most effective deterrent against sexual harassment in the workplace is awareness. (...) They often experience increased stress on the job and their performance may decline. {autonum} An effective awareness programme will discourage offensive behaviour. Nonetheless, once it occurs, the most effective weapon in dealing with sexual harassment is victim empowerment.
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Score: 1129060.3 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/osagi/pdf/UNICEFpolicy.PDF
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It is envisaged that actions taken in this area will support States, especially developing countries including Small Island Developing States (SIDS), by providing assistance to put in place policies and measures to effectively address environmental and biodiversity impacts of fishing operations that have been identified in each particular country context. Actions will be particularly focused on addressing discards, catch of unwanted bycatch of both fish and non-fish, catch by abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) also called ‘ghost fishing’, preventing and reducing ALDFG, improving energy efficiency, and promoting the implementation of best practice measures for the use and management of different types of fishing gear, in particular those most commonly associated with harmful and avoidable impacts on the marine environment, or on marine species.
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Score: 1125560.8 - https://www.fao.org/responsibl...reducing-impact-ecosystems/en/
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What are some of the key tools and approaches used by your country/organization in applying precaution (or m Most important tools: - The product control act. §3 Duty to take due care and § 3a) Duty to apply the substitution principle. - The Established criteria for unwanted properties (involving persistence, bioaccumulation and toxicity) - Agreed application of precaution in the chemicals policy. a. (...) Precaution is integrated in the established criteria for unwanted properties of chemicals, thus integrated also in Guidance document used when performing risk assessments prescribes higher Safety factors to be used when the level of information is less. c. (...) What are the most important needs of your country or organization for more effectively applying precaution (or making decisions in the face of uncertainty) and overcoming barriers in chemicals management decision-making?
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Score: 1122833.6 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/documents/forums/forum5/norway.pdf
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Alexander Condoms, when used correctly and consistently, are safe and highly effective in preventing unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections, including HIV. (...) WHO response WHO promotes family planning by producing evidence-based guidelines on the safety and effectiveness of contraceptive methods and their provision, developing quality standards for their manufacture, providing pre-qualification of approved contraceptive commodities, and helping countries introduce these methods.
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Score: 1122024.4 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...ly_planning/condoms-safety/en/
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Addressing the unmet need for family planning is critical to reach the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Fewer unwanted pregnancies reduce maternal and child mortality, morbidity and malnutrition, and also improve employment opportunities for women, educational attainment and economic gains. (...) Long-acting methods are most effective and are cost-effective. Unintended pregnancies occur in two to eight per 1000 women per year using intrauterine devices (IUDs) and 0.5 per 1000 women using implants, versus 30 per 1000 women per year using progestin-only injectables, 80 per 1000 women using pills, and 150 per 1000 women using male condoms.  
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Score: 1122024.4 - https://www.who.int/papuanewgu...lications-detail/9789290617921
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M.2090 : Specific unwanted emission limit of IMT mobile stations operating in the frequency band 694-790 MHz to facilitate protection of existing services in Region 1 in the frequency band 470-694 MHz   Français   Español     Home : ITU-R : Publications : Recommendations : M Series : M.2090 Recently posted  -  Search Recommendations     M.2090 : Specific unwanted emission limit of IMT mobile stations operating in the frequency band 694-790 MHz to facilitate protection of existing services in Region 1 in the frequency band 470-694 MHz Recommendation M.2090 Approved in 2015-10 Managed by R15-SG05 Main Number Title Status Questions M.2090-0 (10/2015)   Specific unwanted emission limit of IMT mobile stations operating in the frequency band 694-790 MHz to facilitate protection of existing services in Region 1 in the frequency band 470-694 MHz   In force (Main) N/A     Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  ITU-R Web coordinator Updated : 2017-12-07  
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Score: 1121299.8 - https://www.itu.int/rec/R-REC-M.2090/_page.print
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The optical flow is more effective in calculating the displacement between all frames which takes brightness as its pattern. (...) In addition, object classification needs trajectory extraction which is a complex task but it is as effective as block identification. In block detection, unwanted object movements may collide as noise and it is a challenging task to be eliminated. (...) The magnitude of the block b in The main feature of the proposed motion influence map is direction k is calculated as, that it effectively reflects the motion characteristics of the ( ). / movement speed, movement direction, corresponding = (1) magnitude and size of the objects or subjects, and their . / interactions within a frame sequence.
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Score: 1113861.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page133.html
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ITU-R SM Series Recommendations: New Documents ITU-R SM Series Recommendations: New Documents Recently Posted Recommendations [ SM.1268-5 (08/2019) ] - Method of measuring the maximum frequency deviation of FM broadcast emissions at monitoring stations Method of measuring the maximum frequency deviation of FM broadcast emissions at monitoring stations [ SM.2129-0 (08/2019) ] - Guidance on frequency ranges for operation of non-beam wireless power transmission systems for mobile and portable devices Guidance on frequency ranges for operation of non-beam wireless power transmission systems for mobile and portable devices [ SM.1875-3 (08/2019) ] - DVB-T coverage measurements and verification of planning criteria DVB-T coverage measurements and verification of planning criteria [ SM.1054-1 (08/2019) ] - Monitoring of radio emissions from spacecraft at monitoring stations Monitoring of radio emissions from spacecraft at monitoring stations [ SM.1413-4 (09/2017) ] - Radiocommunication Data Dictionary for notification and coordination purposes Radiocommunication Data Dictionary for notification and coordination purposes [ SM.1045-1 (07/97) ] - Frequency tolerance of transmitters Frequency tolerance of transmitters [ SM.328-11 (05/2006) ] - Spectra and bandwidth of emissions Spectra and bandwidth of emissions [ SM.851-1 (04/93) ] - Sharing between the broadcasting service and the fixed and/or mobile services in the VHF and UHF bands Sharing between the broadcasting service and the fixed and/or mobile services in the VHF and UHF bands [ SM.853-1 (10/97) ] - Necessary bandwidth Necessary bandwidth [ SM.326-7 (11/98) ] - Determination and measurement of the power of amplitude-modulated radio transmitters Determination and measurement of the power of amplitude-modulated radio transmitters [ SM.1131-0 (10/95) ] - Factors to consider in allocating spectrum on a worldwide basis Factors to consider in allocating spectrum on a worldwide basis [ SM.1755-0 (05/2006) ] - Characteristics of ultra-wideband technology Characteristics of ultra-wideband technology [ SM.1542-0 (07/2001) ] - The protection of passive services from unwanted emissions The protection of passive services from unwanted emissions [ SM.337-6 (10/2008) ] - Frequency and distance separations Frequency and distance separations [ SM.443-4 (02/2007) ] - Bandwidth measurement at monitoring stations Bandwidth measurement at monitoring stations [ SM.378-7 (02/2007) ] - Field-strength measurements at monitoring stations Field-strength measurements at monitoring stations [ SM.377-4 (02/2007) ] - Accuracy of frequency measurements at stations for international monitoring Accuracy of frequency measurements at stations for international monitoring [ SM.1754-0 (05/2006) ] - Measurement techniques of ultra-wideband transmissions Measurement techniques of ultra-wideband transmissions [ SM.1708-1 (09/2011) ] - Field-strength measurements along a route with geographical coordinate registrations Field-strength measurements along a route with geographical coordinate registrations [ SM.1682-1 (09/2011) ] - Methods for measurements on digital broadcasting signals Methods for measurements on digital broadcasting signals [ SM.1681-0 (05/2004) ] - Measuring of low-level emissions from space stations at monitoring earth stations using noise reduction techniques Measuring of low-level emissions from space stations at monitoring earth stations using noise reduction techniques [ SM.1447-0 (04/2000) ] - Monitoring of the radio coverage of land mobile networks to verify compliance with a given licence Monitoring of the radio coverage of land mobile networks to verify compliance with a given licence [ SM.1055-0 (07/94) ] - The use of spread spectrum techniques The use of spread spectrum techniques [ SM.1054-0 (07/94) ] - Monitoring of radio emissions from spacecraft at monitoring stations Monitoring of radio emissions from spacecraft at monitoring stations [ SM.856-1 (03/97) ] - New spectrally efficient techniques and systems New spectrally efficient techniques and systems [ SM.1633-0 (06/2003) ] - Compatibility analysis between a passive service and an active service allocated in adjacent and nearby bands Compatibility analysis between a passive service and an active service allocated in adjacent and nearby bands [ SM.852-0 (03/92) ] - Sensitivity of radio receivers for class of emissions F3E Sensitivity of radio receivers for class of emissions F3E [ SM.1599-1 (02/2007) ] - Determination of the geographical and frequency distribution of the spectrum utilization factor for frequency planning purposes Determination of the geographical and frequency distribution of the spectrum utilization factor for frequency planning purposes [ SM.1540-0 (07/2001) ] - Unwanted emissions in the out-of-band domain falling into adjacent allocated bands Unwanted emissions in the out-of-band domain falling into adjacent allocated bands [ SM.1539-1 (11/2002) ] - Variation of the boundary between the out-of-band and spurious domains required for the application of Recommendations ITU-R SM.1541 and ITU-R SM.329 Variation of the boundary between the out-of-band and spurious domains required for the application of Recommendations ITU-R SM.1541 and ITU-R SM.329 [ SM.1535-0 (07/2001) ] - The protection of safety services from unwanted emissions The protection of safety services from unwanted emissions [ SM.1266-0 (07/97) ] - Adaptive MF/HF systems Adaptive MF/HF systems [ SM.1271-0 (10/97) ] - Efficient spectrum utilization using probabilistic methods Efficient spectrum utilization using probabilistic methods [ SM.1132-2 (07/2001) ] - General principles and methods for sharing between radiocommunication services or between radio stations General principles and methods for sharing between radiocommunication services or between radio stations [ SM.1134-1 (02/2007) ] - Intermodulation interference calculations in the land-mobile service Intermodulation interference calculations in the land-mobile service [ SM.1009-1 (10/95) ] - Compatibility between the sound-broadcasting service in the band of about 87-108 MHz and the aeronautical services in the band 108-137 MHz Compatibility between the sound-broadcasting service in the band of about 87-108 MHz and the aeronautical services in the band 108-137 MHz [ SM.1049-1 (10/95) ] - A method of spectrum management to be used for aiding frequency assignment for terrestrial services in border areas A method of spectrum management to be used for aiding frequency assignment for terrestrial services in border areas [ SM.1541-6 (08/2015) ] - Unwanted emissions in the out-of-band domain Unwanted emissions in the out-of-band domain [ SM.2117-0 (09/2018) ] - Data format definition for exchanging stored I/Q data for the purpose of spectrum monitoring Data format definition for exchanging stored I/Q data for the purpose of spectrum monitoring [ SM.1896-1 (09/2018) ] - Frequency ranges for global or regional harmonization of short-range devices Frequency ranges for global or regional harmonization of short-range devices [ SM.1051-4 (09/2018) ] - Priority of identifying and eliminating harmful interference in the frequency band 406-406.1 MHz and monitoring in the adjacent frequency bands 405.9 406 MHz and 406.1-406.2 MHz Priority of identifying and eliminating harmful interference in the frequency band 406-406.1 MHz and monitoring in the adjacent frequency bands 405.9 406 MHz and 406.1-406.2 MHz [ SM.1046-3 (09/2017) ] - Definition of spectrum use and efficiency of a radio system Definition of spectrum use and efficiency of a radio system [ SM.1268-4 (11/2017) ] - Method of measuring the maximum frequency deviation of FM broadcast emissions at monitoring stations Method of measuring the maximum frequency deviation of FM broadcast emissions at monitoring stations [ SM.1880-2 (09/2017) ] - Spectrum occupancy measurement and evaluation Spectrum occupancy measurement and evaluation [ SM.2103-0 (09/2017) ] - Global harmonization of SRD categories Global harmonization of SRD categories [ SM.2104-0 (09/2017) ] - Guidelines for narrow-band wireless home networking transceivers - Specification of spectrum related components Guidelines for narrow-band wireless home networking transceivers - Specification of spectrum related components [ SM.2110-0 (09/2017) ] - Frequency ranges for operation of non-beam Wireless Power Transmission (WPT) systems Frequency ranges for operation of non-beam Wireless Power Transmission (WPT) systems [ SM.1600-3 (09/2017) ] - Technical identification of digital signals Technical identification of digital signals [ SM.850-1 (10/95) ] - Coordination areas using predetermined coordination distances Coordination areas using predetermined coordination distances [ SM.848-1 (04/93) ] - Determination of the coordination area of a transmitting earth station using the same frequency band as receiving earth stations in bidirectionally allocated frequency bands Determination of the coordination area of a transmitting earth station using the same frequency band as receiving earth stations in bidirectionally allocated frequency bands
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Score: 1112930.1 - http://www.itu.int/dms_pages/itu-r/rec/sm/R-REC-SM-RSS.xml
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