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In some areas there is a reluctance to declare the numbers of women, while in others, small children are not considered as "persons" that should be counted;. There may also be varying practices regarding the inclusion or exclusion of persons who have originated in another village or tribal group, or of persons who have left the particular group but are still loosely associated with it. (...) Improvement of estimates based on non-censal counts by full utilization of existing knowledge In a number of countries, non-censalcounting pro- cedures may be' in operation though they have never been utilized for population estimates. (...) The utilization of such knowledge may help greatly in improving the accuracy of multipliers.
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Score: 702572.36 - https://www.un.org/en/developm.../estimate/manual1/chapter3.pdf
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Twenty-eight percent of nonpoor families reported having access to a personal computer at home, while only 7 percent of persons in poor families and 4 percent of those in AFDC families had ac- cess to a personal computer. (...) The poor were more than four times as likely to have their utilities cut off, while AFDC families were over five times as likely as nonpoor persons. (...) Similarly, a much higher percentage of persons in poor families (27 percent) faced two or more deprivations compared with only 3 percent of persons in all nonpoor families.
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Score: 702530.5 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...es/events/files/usp70_50rv.pdf
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Coordinated efforts are needed to build integrated national approaches to skills development so that forcibly displaced persons, enterprises and host society can access the skills they need and deploy them in a way that benefits all. PROSPECTS work with governments, employers' and workers’ organizations to improve the employability of forcibly displaced persons, and move young people into productive and decent work. (...) Read more Recognition of prior learning Conflict and violence often force people to leave their home and move to another place where their skills and qualifications might not be immediately recognized or where they often lack a network that could facilitate their job search. A persons’ skills cannot be utilized, if the learning and qualifications achieved before moving are not recognized elsewhere.
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Score: 701886.57 - https://www.ilo.org/global/pro...emes/skills/lang--en/index.htm
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This will reduce the divide. 7 IMT-2000 BDT Seminar, Doha (Qatar) Relevance of Fixed Mobile Convergence for NGN Global Perspective(Cont.) l Once every subscriber is identified by a unique personal identity, which is not associated to the fixed port of the switch or geographical location, will provide an unique opportunity to launch really meaningful e-governance like application. l These useful applications which would be available to users only after necessary authentication of personal identity would drive the telecom service penetration to the masses. l Change from fixed terminal equipment(FTE) to sharable Fixed Access Point(FAP) would lead to significant increase of utilization, leading to a huge saving on access network infrastructure cost. l By using intelligent billing and customer care mechanism, new business model will emerge in which there will be local agencies/ small local entrepreneur, finally lead the tele-density penetration process. l Cost effective Multi-utility devices for Personal Information, Communication & Entertainment would further drive the penetration in masses. 8 ITU-T NGN Workshop, Geneva, 10/07/2003 IMT-2000 BDT Seminar, Doha (Qatar) Access Methodology Leading to FMC architecture as Integral part of Global NGN l End user terminal will be “mobile” irrespective of the network( mobile or fixed) it is connected to. l If telecom facility is meaningfully available to all citizens(rich & poor) and is main instrument for economic growth and the e- governance, traffic generation would be huge. (...) However, it can be expected to meet all the needs of subscribers in mobile mode. l Network should be developed such that whenever mobile user becomes stationary or near stationary, wide area Radio spectrum (access mechanism for mobile networks) is released for the use of other mobile users and the user is seamlessly transferred to the fixed network access. 9 IMT-2000 BDT Seminar, Doha (Qatar) Access Methodology Leading to FMC architecture as Integral part of Global NGN (Contd.) l The seamless transfer mechanism could be by the same mobile terminal that switches over to Wireless Personal Area Network (W-PAN) based access networks spectrum band ( Bluetooth or 802.11x based) connected(wirelessly) with a Fixed Access Point(FAP), to get the required service through Fixed network. l It further provides an opportunity to have yet another type of globally standardized cost effective mobile terminals based on solely Bluetooth or like technology, to meet the developing nations needs. l Fixed network would possibly be capable of handling higher traffic, better QoS and Advanced Features for a lower CAPEX & OPEX. 10 ITU-T NGN Workshop, Geneva, 10/07/2003 IMT-2000 BDT Seminar, Doha (Qatar) Mobile Radio Access Network(RAN) Mobile CN Architectural View of FMC W-PAN W-PAN W-PAN W-PAN W T W T W T W T Existing Fixed networks are utilized as Fixed Access Network without any Change in it. Packet Model Fixed Network FTE FTE FTE FTE TDM PSTN/ISDN Fixed Network Next Generation Core Network Fixed Mobility Plane (FMP) Packet Model FAN FAP FAP FAP FAP TDM PSTN/ISDN FAN FTE: Fixed Terminal Equipment FAP: Fixed Access Point W-PAN: Wireless Personal Area Network WT: Wireless user Terminal CN: Core Network FAN: Fixed Access Network 11 IMT-2000 BDT Seminar, Doha (Qatar) Let Next Generation Architecture Provide all Various Options for global appropriateness A: Every User Terminal would be wireless Various Multi-Mode Options: UT1: W-PAN – Wearable Technology UT2: W-PAN +2G/3G(Family1/Family2) UT3: W-PAN + Satellite UT4: W-PAN + 2G/3G + Satellite All will carry User Personalization Information B: Three tier hierarchical radio coverage supplementing ( instead of competing) to provide global coverage.
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Score: 701193.55 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...Day%202/2.1.1_Presentation.pdf
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This privacy policy sets out how ICAO uses and protects such personal information. 1. Personal information collected The personal information that a User is required to provide to ICAO for the purpose of creating an account in the CCR includes:  a valid email address; and  the User’s first and last name. (...) A User’s email address is also used by the CCR:  to send automated email notifications when certain actions are performed in the CCR (for example, when there is a change of status of data);  to send email notifications in relation upcoming deadlines; and  when a User needs assistance (e.g. for resetting the password). Any other personal information provided to ICAO by a User will not be utilized by ICAO in any way. ICAO will not sell, distribute or lease Users’ personal information to third parties. 2 3. Security of personal information To protect the privacy of Users’ personal information and to prevent unauthorized access or disclosure, the CCR has in place procedures and access controls such as storing all personal information on secure (password-protected and firewall-protected) servers.
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Score: 700976 - https://www.icao.int/environme...CCR_Privacy_Policy_Jun2020.pdf
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Skilled labour by industry, 2014 Source: GSO, Labour force Survey, first 6 months of 2014 Mismatch between education and training and utilization of labour force Despite the lack of skilled workers, a substantial proportion of persons having college or university or higher education levels are still doing low-level jobs, which is a type of “underemployment”. During the first 6 months of 2014, 1160 thousand persons with college and higher education levels are working in low skill jobs (occupation groups No. 4 to No. 9) compared to their qualifications, of which 631 thousand persons (55.8%) have a university or higher degree. (...) Due to quality limitations, highly educated persons are still being faced with difficulties in finding jobs.
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Score: 700264.1 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_428969.pdf
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Dubai, 2012) Telecommunication/information and communication technology accessibility for persons with disabilities (Johannesburg, 2008; Dubai, 2012) The World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly (Dubai, 2012), recognizing a) Resolution 175 (Guadalajara, 2010) of the Plenipotentiary Conference, on telecommunication/information and communication technology (ICT) accessibility for persons with disabilities, including age-related disabilities; b) Resolution 58 (Hyderabad, 2010) of the World Telecommunication Development Conference (WTDC), on access to ICT for persons with disabilities, including persons with age-related disabilities, and WTDC Resolution 70 (Hyderabad, 2010), on a regional initiative for Central and Eastern Europe on "E- accessibility (Internet and digital television) for persons with disabilities"; c) the mandate of and work carried by the Joint Coordination Activity on Accessibility and Human Factors (JCA-AHF), and in particular ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU-T) actions to increase cooperation with other United Nations organizations and activities, as well as all United Nations specialized agencies, in order to raise awareness about ICT accessibility in the framework of standardization, and ITU-T actions aimed at upholding JCA-AHF; d) studies under ITU-T Question 4/2, on human factors-related issues for improvement of the quality of life through international telecommunications; e) studies under ITU-T Question 26/16, on accessibility to multimedia systems and services, including the recent Recommendation ITU-T F.790 on telecommunication accessibility guidelines for older persons and persons with disabilities; f) studies under Question 20/1 of the ITU Telecommunication Development Sector (ITU-D), on access to telecommunication services for people with disabilities; g) ongoing work in the ITU Radiocommunication Sector (ITU-R) to bridge the digital disability divide; h) the publication by the Telecommunication Standardization Advisory Group (TSAG) of the guide for ITU study groups – "Considering End-User Needs in developing Recommendations"; i) the creation by ITU-T Study Group 2 of JCA-AHF for the purposes of awareness-raising, advice, assistance, collaboration, coordination and networking; j) the mandate of and work carried out by ITU-T Study Group 16, the parent group of the Focus Group on Audiovisual Media Accessibility (FG-AVA), meeting the need to make audiovisual means accessible to persons with disabilities; 2 WTSA-12 – Resolution 70 k) the activity carried out by the Internet Governance Forum Dynamic Coalition on Accessibility and Disability (DCAD) sponsored by the Director of the Telecommunication Standardization Bureau (TSB), and the partnership between ITU-T and DCAD for the purposes of maximizing the benefits for all sectors of the global community of electronic communications and online information through the Internet, considering a) that Article 9, on accessibility, of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRDP), which entered into force on 3 May 2008, provides as follows: "To enable persons with disabilities to live independently and participate fully in all aspects of life, States Parties shall take appropriate measures to ensure to persons with disabilities access, on an equal basis with others, to the physical environment, to transportation, to information and communications, including information and communications technologies and systems, and to other facilities and services open or provided to the public, both in urban and in rural areas. 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ISO 9241-171); ____________________ 1 Geneva Declaration of Principles §§ 13 and 30; Geneva Plan of Action §§ 9 (e) and (f), 12 and 23; Tunis Commitment §§ 18 and 20; Tunis Agenda for the Information Society §§ 90 (c) and (e). 4 WTSA-12 – Resolution 70 g) the formation of the Global Initiative for Inclusive ICTs (G3ICT), a flagship partnership initiative of the United Nations Global Alliance for ICT and Development (UN-GAID); h) the joint ITU and G3ict release of the Report "Making TV accessible", on the occasion of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (3 December 2011), and the report on "Making mobile phones and services accessible to persons with disabilities"; i) various regional and national efforts to develop or revise guidelines and standards for telecommunication/ICT accessibility, compatibility and usability by persons with disabilities, resolves 1 that Study Group 2, Study Group 16 and JCA-AHF shall continue giving high priority to work on the relevant Questions, in accordance with the accessibility guidelines, as shown in the guide for ITU-T study groups: "Considering End-User Needs in developing Recommendations" – facilitating the implementation of new software, services and proposals that enable all persons with disabilities, including persons with age-related disabilities, to effectively use telecommunication/ICT services; the "ITU-T Technical Paper, Telecommunications Accessibility Checklist" for standards writers; and Recommendation ITU-T F.790 on telecommunication accessibility guidelines for older persons and persons with disabilities; 2 that ITU study groups draft proposals to achieve greater accessibility to telecommunications/ICTs, combining the drafting of non-discriminatory standards, service regulations and measures for all persons with disabilities, including older persons with age-related disabilities, with cross-cutting user-protection actions; 3 to ask all ITU-T study groups to utilize the Telecommunications Accessibility Checklist, which makes it possible to incorporate the principles of universal design and accessibility; 4 that an ITU workshop be held to inform about the progress in the work and the results achieved by the study groups in charge of ICT accessibility before the next world telecommunication standardization assembly, invites Member States and Sector Members 1 to consider developing, within their national legal frameworks, guidelines or other mechanisms to enhance the accessibility, compatibility and usability of telecommunication/ICT services, products and terminals; 2 to consider introducing telecommunication relay services2 to enable persons with hearing and speech disabilities to utilize telecommunication services that are functionally equivalent to telecommunication services for persons without disabilities; 3 to participate actively in accessibility-related studies in ITU-T, ITU-R and ITU-D, and to encourage and promote self-representation by persons with disabilities in the standardization process so as to ensure ____________________ 2 Telecommunication relay services enable users of different modes of communication (e.g. text, sign, speech) to interact by providing convergence between the modes of communication, usually through human operators. (...) Dubai, 2012) Telecommunication/information and communication technology accessibility for persons with disabilities
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Score: 699657.2 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../res/T-RES-T.70-2012-PDF-E.pdf
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MSW-E INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION ITU-T TELECOMMUNICATION STANDARDIZATION SECTOR OF ITU WORLD TELECOMMUNICATION STANDARDIZATION ASSEMBLY Dubai, 20-29 November 2012 Resolution 70 – Telecommunication/ information and communication technology accessibility for persons with disabilities CAUTION ! PREPUBLISHED RESOLUTION This prepublication is an unedited version of a recently approved Resolution. (...) WTSA-2012 – Resolution 70 – Prepublished version 1 RESOLUTION 70 Telecommunication/information and communication technology accessibility for persons with disabilities (Johannesburg, 2008; Dubai, 2012) The World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly (Dubai, 2012), recognizing a) Resolution 175 (Guadalajara, 2010) of the Plenipotentiary Conference, on telecommunication/information and communication technology accessibility for persons with disabilities, including age-related disabilities; b) Resolution 58 (Hyderabad, 2010) of the World Telecommunication Development Conference (WTDC), on access to information and communication technologies for persons with disabilities, including persons with age-related disabilities, and WTDC Resolution 70 (Hyderabad, 2010), on regional initiatives for Central and Eastern Europe on "E-accessibility (Internet and digital television) for persons with disabilities"; c) the mandate of and work carried by the Joint Coordination Activity on Accessibility and Human Factors (JCA-AHF), and in particular ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU-T) actions to increase cooperation with other United Nations organizations and activities, as well as all United Nations specialized agencies, in order to raise awareness about ICT accessibility in the framework of standardization, and ITU-T actions aimed at upholding JCA-AHF; d) studies under ITU-T Question 4/2 on human factors-related issues for improvement of the quality of life through international telecommunications; e) studies under ITU-T Question 26/16 on accessibility to multimedia systems and services, including the recent Recommendation ITU-T F.790 on telecommunication accessibility guidelines for older persons and persons with disabilities; f) studies under Question 20/1 of the ITU Telecommunication Development Sector (ITU-D) on access to telecommunication services for people with disabilities; g) ongoing work in the ITU Radiocommunication Sector (ITU-R) to bridge the digital disability divide; h) publication by the Telecommunication Standardization Advisory Group (TSAG) of the Guide for ITU study groups – Considering end-user needs in developing Recommendations; i) the creation by ITU-T Study Group 2 of the Joint Coordination Activity on Accessibility and Human Factors for purposes of awareness, advice, assistance, collaboration, coordination and networking; 2 WTSA-2012 – Resolution 70 – Prepublished version j) the mandate of and work carried out by ITU-T Study Group 16, the parent group of the Focus Group on Audiovisual Media Accessibility (FG-AVA), meeting the need to make audiovisual means accessible to persons with disabilities; k) the activity carried out by the Internet Governance Forum Dynamic Coalition on Accessibility and Disability (DCAD) sponsored by the Director of the Telecommunication Standardization Bureau (TSB) and the partnership between ITU-T and DCAD for the purpose of maximizing the benefits for all sectors of the global community of electronic communications and online information through the Internet, considering a) that Article 9, on accessibility, of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRDP), which entered into force on 3 May 2008, provides as follows: "To enable persons with disabilities to live independently and participate fully in all aspects of life, States Parties shall take appropriate measures to ensure to persons with disabilities access, on an equal basis with others, to the physical environment, to transportation, to information and communications, including information and communications technologies and systems, and to other facilities and services open or provided to the public, both in urban and in rural areas. 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ISO 9241-171); _______________ 1 Geneva Declaration of Principles §§ 13 and 30; Geneva Plan of Action §§ 9 (e) and (f), 12 and 23; Tunis Commitment §§ 18 and 20; Tunis Agenda §§ 90 (c) and (e). 4 WTSA-2012 – Resolution 70 – Prepublished version g) formation of the Global Initiative for Inclusive ICTs (G3ICT), a flagship partnership initiative of the United Nations Global Alliance for ICT and Development (UN-GAID); h) the joint ITU and G3ict release of the Report "Making TV Accessible," on the occasion of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (3 December 2011), and the report on "Making Mobile Phones and Services Accessible to Persons with Disabilities"; i) various regional and national efforts to develop or revise guidelines and standards for telecommunication/ICT accessibility, compatibility and usability by persons with disabilities, resolves 1 that Study Group 2, Study Group 16 and the Joint Coordination Activity on Accessibility and Human Factors shall continue giving high priority to work on the relevant Questions, in accordance with the accessibility guidelines, as shown in the Guide for ITU-T study groups – Considering end-user needs in developing Recommendations facilitating the implementation of new software, services and proposals that enable all persons with disabilities, including persons with age-related disabilities, to effectively use telecommunication/ICT services, the ITU-T FSTP TACL Telecommunication Accessibility Checklist for standards writers and the Telecommunication accessibility guidelines for older persons and persons with disabilities (Recommendation ITU-T F.790); 2 that ITU study groups draft proposals to achieve greater accessibility to telecommunications/ICTs, combining the drafting of non-discriminatory standards, service regulations and measures for all persons with disabilities, including older persons with age-related disabilities, with cross-cutting user-protection actions; to ask all ITU-T study groups to utilize the ITU-T FSTP TACL Telecommunication Accessibility Checklist, which makes it possible to incorporate the principles of universal design and accessibility; 3 that an ITU workshop be held to inform about the progress in the work and the results achieved by the study groups in charge of ICT accessibility before the next WTSA, invites Member States and Sector Members 1 to consider developing, within their national legal frameworks, guidelines or other mechanisms to enhance the accessibility, compatibility and usability of telecommunication/ICT services, products and terminals; 2 to consider introducing telecommunication relay services2 to enable persons with hearing and speech disabilities to utilize telecommunication services that are functionally equivalent to telecommunication services for persons without disabilities; 3 to participate actively in accessibility-related studies in ITU-T, ITU-R and ITU-D, and to encourage and promote self-representation by persons with disabilities in the standardization process so as to ensure their experiences, views and opinions are taken into account in all the work of study groups; 4 to encourage the provision of differentiated and affordable service plans for persons with disabilities in order to increase the accessibility and usability of telecommunications/ICT for these persons; _______________ 2 Telecommunication relay services enable users of different modes of communication (e.g. text, sign, speech) to interact by providing convergence between the modes of communication, usually by human operators.
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Score: 699358.15 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/w...esolutions/Resolution%2070.pdf
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Subjects of Technical Regulating The entities of technical regulating shall be the following: - The authorized state body of the Republic of Tajikistan; - Natural and legal persons of the Republic of Tajikistan; - Foreign natural and legal persons, stateless persons. (...) Activities of technical regulating shall be funded by the Republican and local budgets, by interested legal and natural persons, as well as by other sources, that are not prohibited by the legislation of the Republic of Tajikistan. 2. (...) Responsibility for the Violation of this Law Natural and legal persons who violate the requirements of this Law, shall be held responsible in accordance with the legislation of the Republic of Tajikistan.
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Score: 697999.46 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/tjk_e/WTACCTJK15A3_LEG_2.pdf
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International Day of Disabled Persons 2006 | United Nations Enable Skip to Content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation English Department of Economic and Social Affairs Disability Search UN DESA Home About Us *COVID-19 CRPD COSP SDGs International Day Issues Resources Multimedia News Calendar Contact Us Home About Us *COVID-19 CRPD COSP SDGs International Day Issues Resources Multimedia News Calendar Contact Us Home International Day of Persons with Disabilities – 3 December International Day of Disabled Persons 2006 International Day of Disabled Persons 2006 E-Accessibility Access to information and communication technologies creates opportunities to everyone in society, but perhaps no-more so than for persons with disabilities. (...) Persons with disabilities are at a considerable disadvantage by not being able to access information technologies. (...) Once adopted and ratified, the International Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities will require entities ensure that persons with disabilities can access information technologies.
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Score: 628208.2 - https://www.un.org/development...sons-2006-e-accessibility.html
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