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Today, we are again meeting virtually to continue towards finalization of the task of the Working Group – to prepare draft implementation guidelines to present to the next session of the Conference of the Parties to the WHO FCTC, which had to be postponed until November of this year. (...) In addition, entertainment media are increasingly provided on a regional and even global basis – including through the Internet – which results in cross-border tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship, or TAPS for short. The tobacco industry has been using social media influencers – with increasing frequency – to market their dangerous products to more and more young people, one of the industry’s many cross-border advertising strategies. As a consequence of this shift in technology, conventional approaches to controlling TAPS have been become less effective, demonstrating the need for stronger action.
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Score: 1104196.3 - https://www.who.int/fctc/secre...meeting-working-group-taps/en/
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Only 60% of the Parties’ comprehensive TAPS ban was shown to cover cross-border advertising, promotion and sponsorship originating in country. Only a limited number of Parties have put in place measures to tackle the issue of cross-border advertising such as penalties (36%) or cooperation in its elimination (30%). (...) So far, the Convention Secretariat participated in several virtual meetings with the key facilitators where the draft documents of this first meeting and the proposals for work that needs to be carried out to support the WG were agreed.
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Score: 1100434.9 - https://www.who.int/fctc/secre...ng-group-cross-border-TAPS/en/
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IMPLEMENTATION OF THE WORK PROGRAMME FOR 2014–2018
A full progress report is set out in IPBES/4/INF/11; (c) Scoping reports for a thematic assessment on invasive alien species (deliverable 3 (b) (ii)) and a thematic assessment of the sustainable use and conservation of biodiversity (deliverable 3 (b) (iii)), developed using virtual approaches (e-conferences) and submitted to the Plenary for its approval at its fourth session (IPBES/4/10 and IPBES/4/11 respectively). (...) Several initiatives were taken to increase the use of virtual means to conduct meetings. Two scoping reports were produced for invasive alien species and the sustainable use of biodiversity by means of open-access web-based electronic conferences rather than two physical meetings, resulting in total savings of $165,000 (IPBES/4/10 and IPBES/4/11). (...) It should be noted, however, that the management of the e-conferences was very time-consuming, with comments from several hundred participants having to be screened before posting, and that the secretariat benefited from the assistance of four interns working in shifts and on a voluntary basis; (f) Use of other virtual and electronic means. The secretariat and technical support units convened regular teleconferences involving the Panel, Bureau, stakeholders, co-chairs, coordinating lead authors and lead authors of assessments in various configurations.
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Score: 1093705.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=IPBES/4/2&Lang=E
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Schedule of work The Network will develop its work based on articulation between countries with at least one annual face-to-face meeting and three annual virtual meetings. In addition, the possibilities of participation in international meetings and events will be evaluated. c. Expected Products  Virtual platform for document and scientific evidence sharing among member countries.  Preparation of policy briefs summarizing the experiences of the countries on the elaboration, improvement, implementation and evaluation of strategies to reduce salt consumption.  Encouragement of cooperation between countries for financing mechanisms. 4. Funding The formal funding mechanisms of the Network will be:  Funding an annual face-to-face event by the presiding country.  The funding possibilities of UN agencies and mechanisms for cooperation among member countries will be assessed.  The financing mechanisms will be discussed in the virtual and face-to-face meetings of the Network. 5.
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Score: 1090926.6 - https://www.un.org/nutrition/s..._reducing_salt_consumption.pdf
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So for education, blockchain technology can mean more than just the use of big data, social web, MOOCs (massive online open courses) or virtual reality. Education managers can use blockchain technology in specific areas such as recording student information, developing new models of learning, and tracking the cost of education including student debt.     At the World Summit on the Information Society, March 19, 2018, students participate in Virtual Reality simulations. © ITU/R.Farrell Take learning models. (...) CONSENT 2 years YouTube sets this cookie via embedded youtube-videos and registers anonymous statistical data. Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement cookies are used to provide visitors with relevant ads and marketing campaigns.
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Score: 1084431.6 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2020/0...uld-improve-education-forever/
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CTOs highlighted that 1-5 Gbit/s access speeds can support Virtual Reality, cloud gaming and smart cities. 5-10 Gbit/s access speeds, said CTOs, could bring us applications such as holographic communications and telemedicine. (...) Datacentre interconnection Increasing the speed and capacity of connections between servers, said CTOs, will call for the evolution of cables and connectors, network slicing, and the virtualization of network nodes. CTOs also highlighted the potential of High-Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) power supply to increase the energy efficiency of datacentre operations. (...) CONSENT 2 years YouTube sets this cookie via embedded youtube-videos and registers anonymous statistical data. Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement cookies are used to provide visitors with relevant ads and marketing campaigns.
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Score: 1084431.6 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2020/0...ht-standardization-priorities/
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Despite working largely virtually for two years, we have ensured business continuity and delivered on all our core competencies. (...) Apart from confirming how effective ITU can be in holding virtual and hybrid meetings, this timely forum sent a powerful message – one that aligns ICTs and emerging digital technologies with global priorities for sustainable development. (...) CONSENT 2 years YouTube sets this cookie via embedded youtube-videos and registers anonymous statistical data. Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement cookies are used to provide visitors with relevant ads and marketing campaigns.
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Score: 1066596.2 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2022/0...al-transformation-houlin-zhao/
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The company takes a human-centred approach to virtual learning, co-creating content with client communities and iterating constantly based on participant feedback. Questions of ethics Outside the virtual classroom, the use of digital health solutions raises ethical questions, pointed out Zohar Lederman, Emergency Medicine Physician at Hebrew University and Ben Gurion University in Israel. (...) CONSENT 2 years YouTube sets this cookie via embedded youtube-videos and registers anonymous statistical data. Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement cookies are used to provide visitors with relevant ads and marketing campaigns.
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Score: 1066596.2 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2021/0...-digital-skills-in-healthcare/
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And though we celebrated it virtually this time, the 10th anniversary of Girls in ICT Day was more exciting and inspiring than ever. 10 years and counting The limitations of online events did not stop the 10th anniversary celebrations – held on 22 April – from bringing palpable energy to the work of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and our goal to close the digital gender divide. (...) I’m also reminded of my own dreams as a young girl, and how ICTs have helped build a digital world where I can join a virtual exchange of ideas with people from all over the world. (...) CONSENT 2 years YouTube sets this cookie via embedded youtube-videos and registers anonymous statistical data. Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement cookies are used to provide visitors with relevant ads and marketing campaigns.
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Score: 1066596.2 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2021/0...back-at-girls-in-ict-day-2021/
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Not to mention hand sanitizer, protective masks, and a PCR test. After a year of virtual meetings, I was filled with excitement – looking forward to getting back to business, back to Barcelona, and most importantly, back together with colleagues. (...) While I’m grateful for how virtual platforms have let us keep connecting with others, the kind of connection you feel when sitting down face to face with another human being – even with masks on – cannot be compared. (...) CONSENT 2 years YouTube sets this cookie via embedded youtube-videos and registers anonymous statistical data. Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement cookies are used to provide visitors with relevant ads and marketing campaigns.
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Score: 1066596.2 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2021/0...21-back-together-in-barcelona/
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