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ACTIVITIES OF THE INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH AND TRAINING INSTITUTE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF WOMEN : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Pursuant to the decision of the Board of Trustees of INSTRAW, the preparation of the prototype web site of GAINS was immediately initiated. A company based in the host country was contracted to develop the front end of the web site. (...) The GAINS prototype can be accessed through the new INSTRAW web site www.un-instraw-gains.org and will be fully operational as adequate funds are secured. 18. (...) The web site will be made available in other languages as specific funds for this purpose are secured.
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PROGRAMME OF MEETINGS AND AGENDA
Inquiries about the Web site can be directed to Division for Sustainable Development of DESA (tel.: (212) 963-8811, or (212) 963-8429; or by e-mail at dsd@un.org) (...) It is also available on the Web site of the Division for Social Policy and Development (www.un.org/esa/socdev/csd/2001. htm). (...) Le site Web sera mis à jour régu- lièrement en tenant compte des faits nouveaux dans le proces- sus de préparation.
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CONTINUING REORIENTATION OF UNITED NATIONS ACTIVITIES IN THE FIELD OF PUBLIC INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The online version, available on the United Nations web site (www.africarecovery.org), saw a 21 per cent increase in visitors between January and October 2003. (...) Visits to the United Nations News Centre web site (English only) rose from 705,945 in December 2002 to over 4.4 million in December 2003. (...) However, thus far, only one other department has made part of its content on the web site available in all the official languages.
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DRAFT DECISION TO BE TAKEN AT THE 2ND MEETING OF THE PARTIES [TO THE CONVENTION ON ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT IN A TRANSBOUNDARY CONTEXT] : DECISION II/6, THE DATABASE ON ENVIRONMENT IMPACT ASSESSMENT / SUBMITTED BY THE WORKING GROUP
The database concentrates on providing links to other EIA-relevant sites, in particular to the ECE web site on the Convention, and serves as a meta-database. (...) It is very important that users always know what they can find on the web site and where. To assist in this, web sites usually include a navigation bar on each page, or at least a "back" button, or a site map. 39. The ENIMPAS web site is relatively small and not very complicated.
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DRAFT REPORT : COMMITTEE ON INFORMATION, 24TH SESSION, 22 APRIL-2 MAY 2002
Several speakers, including one on behalf of a large group, noted that the Spanish language was second to English in terms of accesses on the web site. It therefore followed that the Department must make special efforts to enhance the Spanish web site. (...) Action 1 called for replicating all materials on the English web site in the other language sites. Action 2 would allow the web sites to develop independently in each language on the basis of the resource capacities of author departments and offices, and was being recommended for approval. (...) The Department provided the clarification that, in terms of the structure of web site management in the Department, there was an equitable distribution of resources in web site management, while programming and design were common among the languages.
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 30TH MEETING : 5TH COMMITTEE, HELD AT HEADQUARTERS, NEW YORK, ON TUESDAY, 14 DECEMBER 2004, GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 59TH SESSION
Elji (Syrian Arab Republic) took note of the Secretary-General’s report on the United Nations web site and reaffirmed his support for measures to enhance the site in all official languages. (...) He had taken note of the fact that the Secretariat was unable to redeploy any additional posts to enhance the web site. However, in view of the constantly increasing number of visitors to the site, additional staff capacity was clearly required. (...) The success of the web site illustrated how much could be achieved with limited resources. 42.
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QUESTIONS RELATING TO INFORMATION : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The availability of audio and video elements on the Web site has also increased considerably, in addition to the continuous introduction of new elements, as warranted by current developments, such as the Web pages on Kosovo and East Timor. (...) The United Nations Publications Web page, which provides regular updates on all new titles, added Spanish and French sites. (...) So far, 24 United Nations information centres have established such Web sites, representing a 50 per cent increase over the previous year.
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 24TH MEETING : SPECIAL POLITICAL AND DECOLONIZATION COMMITTEE (4TH COMMITTEE), HELD AT HEADQUARTERS, NEW YORK, ON THURSDAY, 18 NOVEMBER 1999, GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 54TH SESSION
His delegation congratulated the Department of Public Information on the development of the United Nations web site, its rich and comprehensive content and easy access. (...) It supported the creation of a United Nations web site and its translation into all the official languages, including Russian. 41. (...) As for the linguistic balance of the United Nations web site, the English and French sites were the most developed, primarily because they had been the first.
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SUPPORTING ELECTRONIC GOVERNMENT / SUBMITTED BY UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Viewing a company from its WEB site can provide a degree of perceived equality as one cannot see the size, complexity or scale of operation of the firm. (...) In addition GITSB has a WEB site at www.gits.gov, that further discusses its initiatives and accomplishments. (...) Key US economic statistics are now available on several agency web sites. For example the Bureau of Economic Analysis now has U.S.
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Score: 887822.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=CES/AC.71/1999/15&Lang=E
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ACTIVITIES OF THE SECRETARIAT TO FACILITATE THE PREPARATION OF NATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION ON THOSE COMMUNICATIONS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
At the second, Bolivia, Burkina Faso and Tajikistan presented their national action plans for climate change. The secretariat web site contains copies of all side event presentations made at the eighteenth sessions of the subsidiary bodies (http://unfccc.int/sessions/sb18/se_exh_18.html#1) and the ninth session of the COP (http://unfccc.int/cop9/se/se_schedule.html). 1 For information on the user manual see paragraph 28 below. 2 Information on the compendium can be found on the secretariat web site at http://unfccc.int/program/mis/meth/ FCCC/SBI/2004/INF.2 Page 4 6. (...) The manual is designed to be used by national experts from non-Annex I Parties responsible for the preparation of national communications, and also by national climate change teams or committees that facilitate the 4 The SBI considered the submission of one Party (Bolivia) at its eighteenth session (FCCC/SBI/2003/MISC.8). 5 All issues of the NAI Update can be obtained from the secretariat web site at http://unfccc.int/program/imp/nai/update.html 6 All editions of the NAI Newsletter can be obtained from the secretariat web site at http://unfccc.int/program/nai/newsletter.html FCCC/SBI/2004/INF.2 Page 8 coordination, organization and management of various tasks and activities. (...) Party has not yet decided whether it will opt for full project procedures or expedited financing procedures No web site available Dominica 21 June 1993 4 December 2001 Project approved by the GEF No information available www.cpacc.org/dominica_pg.ht m Dominican Republic 7 October 1998 4 June 2003 Project being implemented and expected to be completed by mid-2004 Stocktaking exercise scheduled for the first half of 2004.
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