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In contrast to international staff whose pay scale is determined directly by the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC) based on the prevailing conditions in the international labour market, the LSSC follows guidelines issued by the ICSC using local market conditions as their benchmark. 10. (...) In that email, she disputed the certified information supplied by LSSC and referred to enquiries she had made including a web search to confirm the correctness of the OHRM calculation. (...) Salaries for locally recruited staff are established through labour market surveys of the employers presumed to be the best in the locality.
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Score: 998527.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2013-096.pdf
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DEVELOPMENT OF DIGITAL ARABIC CONTENT: INCUBATION REQUIREMENTS AND TRAINING NEEDS
Color/Photo handling Any designer, animator or even simple web developer will ultimately need to edit images and photos and handle color manipulation. (...) Web Design Web design can be a real tricky thing. (...) A clear understanding of the HTML language is important as well as the mastery of a performing Web design tool. We suggest the following product from Adobe:  ADOBE Dreamweaver MX 2004 Other products are also available from Microsoft, Borland etc … eLearning design standards Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) is a collection of standards and specifications for web- based e-learning.
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Score: 840124.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../2010/TECHNICAL PAPER.3&Lang=E
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The Applicant is a former GS-5 Web Assistant with the United Nations Operation in Côte d’Ivoire (UNOCI). 2. (...) Accordingly, the one Web Assistant post in UNOCI would only be required until June 2016.4 10. (...) Of the three members of the Web and Digital Media Team, he is of the greatest seniority.
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Score: 838940 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/UNDT-2019-052.pdf
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VIEWS AND INFORMATION REFERRED TO IN PARAGRAPH 6 OF DECISION 4/CMA.3. SYNTHESIS REPORT BY THE SECRETARIAT
Finally, one group of Parties suggested that elements such as just transition of the workforce, social inclusivity, water security and disaster risk reduction should be considered among the principles to be promoted. C. UNFCCC web-based platform 32. The key functions of the UNFCCC web-based platform are recording and exchanging information on non-market approaches, including information identified through the work programme under the framework for such approaches, and supporting identification of opportunities for participating Parties to identify, develop and implement non-market approaches.9 Table 3 lists specific functions relevant to those key functions that were mentioned in the submissions. Table 3 Reported specific functions relevant to the key functions of the UNFCCC web-based platform Key function Specific functions Recording information on non-market approaches • Registering non-market approaches, including through links with other web-based platforms • Recording lessons learned and best practices in developing and implementing non-market approaches • Recording information on non-market approaches necessary for reporting, including for annual reporting, 8 Decision 4/CMA.3, annex, paras. 2(a)(ii), 2(b)(i) and 3(d), respectively. 9 Decision 4/CMA.3, annex, para. 8(b)(i). (...) Four submissions from Parties or groups of Parties and one from an observer stated that it should be possible to search the information on non-market approaches recorded on the UNFCCC web-based platform, including functions for filtering and grouping registered non-market approaches by country, region and sector to enable identification of similar needs and efficient allocation of resources, and logical search functions for ease of navigation. 41.
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Score: 837134.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=FCCC/SBSTA/2022/3&Lang=E
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(iv) to organize marketing technical workshops with the participation of Marketing Managers of interested railway organizations and road transport authorities; (v) Subject to available funding, to hire a consultant-expert on international marketing to facilitate discussions during these marketing technical workshops. (...) The forecasted budget for such a project is USD 15,000; Discuss key updated information provided in the comparison study and how to convert this study into a web application tool; Invite marketing managers of rail organizations and road transport associations to discuss ways to promote rail and road transport services along the Euro-Asian transport links; Secretariat to prepare draft action plan regarding the marketing strategy; discuss the draft action plan and its implementation by the Railway Organizations and the Road Associations; finalize the action plan and agree on activities towards its implementation by the Railway Organizations and the Road Associations; Draft new EATL web site dedicated to the promotion of Euro-Asian transport linkages; present its structure before launching; Discuss organization of an international conference to launch the operationalization of Euro-Asian transport linkages; Discuss draft report prepared by the secretariat, experts, consultant and marketing experts, on the Marketing Strategy action plan and activities towards its implementation; Prepare administrative processes needed to organize two demonstration runs of block container trains and of one truck caravan; (e) Update and upgrade of the Geographical Information Systems (GIS) application (i) Update of information for existing lines when needed; (ii) Update of information by adding logistics centers or freight villages, intermodal services provided, interoperability issues etc; (iii) Upgrade of the GIS software to a more sophisticated web application that provides more possibilities for illustrating and analysing infrastructure Exchange views and discuss how to update application on the Geographical Information Systems (GIS); discuss the questionnaire for collecting of the data and updating the information provided by countries for the GIS application; Review replies to the questionnaire for collecting data and updating the information provided by countries for the GIS application; present 6 ECE/TRANS/WP.5/GE.2/2013/1 Objectives Goals Activities Timeline projects and supports the development of technological add-ons such as the comparison tool between maritime transport and inland transport options etc; (iv) Most of the above mentioned activities such as the update of information and the upgrade of the software to a more sophisticated web application are subject to available funding. (...) preliminary analysis, and updated GIS application; Discuss possible upgrade of the GIS application to a more sophisticated web application; decide on GIS software upgrade; upgrade the GIS application to a more sophisticated web application; present new GIS sophisticated web application; II.
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Score: 832751.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../TRANS/WP.5/GE.2/2013/1&Lang=E
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UNCTAD'S E-TOURISM INITIATIVE
The abundance of contacts offered by the tourism sector provides innumerable opportunities for partnerships, which will A tool The idea is to design, develop and implement the information technology platform around which a reproducible corporate model of the tourism and craft market will be developed. Technically, the tool is a web-site generator based on an Internet client-server architecture and built around a group of databases and multi-criterion search engines. (...) Information to be included: The e-tourism marketplace should contain: ; General information about the country (maps, visas, climate, etc.); ; Specific local information about tourism services such as special-interest tours, a list of tourist spots and craft centres, national or regional parks, markets, hotels, restaurants, travel agencies, airlines and transport, practical information about excursions, guides, interpreters, doctors and car hire agencies; ; Information about local crafts (relevant organizations and associations, craftsworkers, products, etc.); and ; Links to the web sites of the various partnerships and associates and to existing information on the Web. (...) TD(XI)/BP/6 page 18 On-line reservation A possible web page TD(XI)/BP/6 page 19 In order to guarantee this market’s durability, a business model will be designed and validated, including the idea that the site should be financed by those who contribute information to it (seeking a customized presentation of their goods and services), as well as the marketing costs associated with market positioning.
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Score: 831219.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=TD(XI)/BP/6&Lang=E
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TRIENNIAL REVIEW OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS MADE BY THE COMMITTEE FOR PROGRAMME AND COORDINATION AT ITS 40TH SESSION ON THE IN-DEPTH EVALUATION OF THE ADVANCEMENT OF WOMEN PROGRAMME
Outreach Recommendation 6 Marketing and distribution of the Division for the Advancement of Women publications In close collaboration with other relevant departments, the Division for the Advancement of Women should identify potential target audiences and develop different marketing and distribution approaches for various types of publication, based on the commercial potential of the publication: (a) With respect to publications that are issued as sales publications as a matter of record or for other non-commercial reasons, print runs should be small; the information contained in these publications should be posted on the WomenWatch web site. (...) (c) Not-for-sale publications should be issued in an inexpensive print form and included on the WomenWatch web site. 21. The Division for the Advancement of Women and the Sales and Marketing Section of the Department of Public Information have worked closely during the period on developing and executing plans for the promotion of publications of the Office of the Special Adviser and the Division, an issue addressed in recommendation 6 (b). (...) As a result of these consultations, a marketing strategy focusing on multiple channels is adopted. publications of the Office of the Special Adviser and the Division are featured on the United Nations publications web site and in their catalogue of sales publications and are submitted to online bookstores (such as Barnes and Noble and Amazon.com).
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Score: 829879.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=E/AC.51/2003/5&Lang=E
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GE.13-61125 Subsi
F C C C /S B I/2 0 1 3 /2 /A d d .1 1 5 Table 3 National communications Activity Purpose/target of activity Outcome(s) Date and location Agencies and institutions involved Funding Activity report or web link for further information Umbrella Programme for National Communication to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). (...) F C C C /S B I/2 0 1 3 /2 /A d d .1 1 9 Table 4 National climate change programmes Activity Purpose/target of activity Outcome(s) Date and location Agencies and institutions involved Funding Activity report or web link for further information Climate Change Capacity-building Programme for Iraq Building the capacities of Iraq to address climate change. (...) College of the Atlantic F C C C /S B I/2 0 1 3 /2 /A d d .1 2 6 Activity Purpose/target of activity Outcome(s) Date and location Agencies and institutions involved Funding Activity report or web link for further information 6. Conservation International 7.
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Score: 827988.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=FCCC/SBI/2013/2/ADD.1&Lang=E
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EXTRAORDINARY SESSIONS OF THE SUBSIDIARY BODIES OF THE CND : BACKGROUND PAPER
According to the World Drug Report 2021, drug markets on the dark web emerged only a decade or so ago, but the main ones are now worth at least $315 million in annual sales. (...) While cannabis dominates darknet sales, marketing on the “clear web” often involves new psychoactive substances and substances used in the manufacture of synthetic drugs, including precursor chemicals. (...) Drug trafficking over the clear web 45. The online marketing and sale of some synthetic drugs, rather than being restricted to the dark corners of the Internet (i.e., the dark web), also occurs on the open Internet, or clear web, where such drugs are readily discoverable for purchase on easily accessible platforms.
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Score: 827265.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...&DS=UNODC/CND/ES/2021/2&Lang=E
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BUSINESS MODELS FOR DIGITAL ARABIC CONTENT PROJECT : PROMOTION OF THE DIGITAL ARABIC CONTENT INDUSTRY – PHASE II
If Arabs want to develop their presence on the web and mobile platforms from a cultural and political point of view, they need to undertake huge concerted efforts. (...) The relationship between affordable access, available content and growing usage rates implies that advertisers in the Arab world can expect to see growth in the DAC market as these benchmarks improve. 9 Source Arab Media Outlook - 2011, 2015 10 Source: Smartling’s overview of the multilingual web As an indication of this increase in Arabic space, in a recent poll in Saudi Arabia, 90% of users said they preferred Arabic advertisements on their smartphones11. (...) Founders told “The Next Web” that moving the concept to the iPhone and Android would provide users with a very easy solution to create and share a panorama on the Web in seconds, with a few clicks.
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Score: 822463.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../2013/TECHNICAL PAPER.1&Lang=E
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