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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
The Division’s web site also includes an electronic registration form. 34. (...) Assessments of the programme web sites, the WomenWatch and Division for the Advancement of Women web sites, were conducted and both sites had improved and as a result both sites are providing more up-to-date information on the programme. (...) Two additional web sites, the Special Adviser’s and the Inter-Agency Network’s, were created in 2002 and are accessible from the portal.
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INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY : STRENGTHENING THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INFORMATION, WITHIN THE EXISTING CAPACITY, IN ORDER TO SUPPORT AND ENHANCE THE UNITED NATIONS WEB SITE IN ALL OFFICIAL LANGUAGES OF THE ORGANIZATION : STATUS OF IMPLEMENTATION : REPORT OF THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATIVE AND BUDGETARY QUESTIONS
Advanced plans for setting up a mirror site of the United Nations web site (www.un.org) in the United Nations Logistics Base at Brindisi will provide users with better service and minimized redundancies in case of down time or failure of either of the two sites. (...) Existing resources to make the web site operational and to ensure its continued enhancement and maintenance are discussed in paragraphs 4 and 5 of document A/59/336. (...) The Advisory Committee was provided, upon request, with a list of current staffing broken down by web site language assignment (see the annex to the present report). 21.
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QUESTIONS RELATING TO INFORMATION : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Over the past year, the Department has organized two training seminars for assisting permanent missions in New York to design and maintain their own web sites. As a result, 16 Spanish-speaking and 9 francophone permanent missions have established their web sites, all linked to the United Nations site. (...) The highlights of the daily briefing are also posted on the web site in an easy-to-read bullet point format. (...) The Department maintains a web page on decolonization in English, French and Spanish on the United Nations web site.
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TEST ECA
Registering with commercial web sites 9. Using email addresses on UN web sites or newsgroups 10. (...) It is quite simple to point a harvesting program to the UN web site and ask it to garner all email addresses listed on the web site. (...) Be aware, however, this may not necessarily be honoured by the web site. Always check the Web Site's privacy statement.
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QUESTIONNAIRE FOR THE SURVEY ON THE ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE USE OF THE UNFCCC TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION CLEARING HOUSE (TT:CLEAR) : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Rarely (Less than 3 times total) I have never been to the site before. 7. I connected to TT:CLEAR using the following Internet access option: Dial-up DSL Wide band network Other (please specify): Continue Reset FCCC/SBSTA/2003/INF.12 Page 8 Content of the web site (page 2 of 4) After reviewing the TT:CLEAR web site or from your past experiences with the web site, please respond to the statements below. 8. (...) If no, I did not use the search because: I could not find it I did not understand how to use it I did not attempt to find or use it 27. The TT:CLEAR web site allows me to find information in ways I cannot use on other web sites. (...) Strongly agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly disagree Not sure Continue Reset FCCC/SBSTA/2003/INF.12 Page 12 Further development needs and information gaps (page 4 of 4) After reviewing the TT:CLEAR web site or from your past experiences with this web site and other relevant web sites, please respond to the statements below. 30.
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PROPOSED PROGRAMME BUDGET FOR THE BIENNIUM 2000-2001 : SECTION 26. PUBLIC INFORMATION : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
In its resolution 53/208 C, the General Assembly noted with appreciation that the Department of Public Information had launched United Nations Web sites in Russian, Arabic and Chinese; stressed the need for continuous development, maintenance and enrichment of United Nations Web sites with a view to achieving equal treatment of the six official languages on those Web sites; and requested the Secretary-General to submit proposals in that connection to the General Assembly at its fifty- fourth session through the Committee on Conferences and the Committee on Information. 3. (...) Under this proposal, the United Nations Web site would be developed in all official languages as staff and other resources permit, and parity would be introduced in modules. (...) The third option would seek to establish a sound foundation for current Web site enhancement and maintenance activities.
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BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES-NET WEB PORTAL: DRAFT STRATEGY FOR DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION
Strategy for the BES-Net web portal This section forms the main body of this Strategy document and outlines the objectives of the proposed web portal, issues of content and quality control, proposed means of involvement by stakeholders, and the relationship of the BES-Net web portal to other websites, including the official IPBES site www.ipbes.net. (...) Quality control The web portal will be operated and maintained by full-time staff members who are able to devote time and energy to uploading new content and links onto the site on a daily basis, in order to respond timeously to user requests and to ensure that it is always up-to-date. (...) This provides an example of how the portal addresses its fourth objective: Objective 4: To facilitate access by network participants to each other‟s information, data, knowledge, publications, assessments, policy-relevant tools and methodologies, as well as mutual capacity building opportunities, and to fill specific knowledge gaps Figure 2: Sample pages from the BES-Net web portal demonstration model showing links to other sites IPBES/2/INF/15 15 IPBES/2/INF/15 16 5.
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REPORT ON THE AVAILABILITY, ACCESSIBILITY AND COMPARABILITY OF EXISTING SOURCES OF EMISSION DATA AND RELEVANT SOCIO-ECONOMIC DATA, INCLUDING OPTIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT, HOSTING AND MANAGEMENT OF A DATA INTERFACE : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Four options for improving the access of Parties to greenhouse gas emissions data and socio-economic data relevant to climate change are presented: to improve internet links to external data sources on the UNFCCC web site; to develop software to search external data sources; to improve the data availability on the UNFCCC web site and develop software tools to analyse the data; and to authorize an external organization to provide data and analytical tools on an external web site, with a link from the UNFCCC web site. (...) Option 3: Improve data and analyses on UNFCCC web site. 31 – 37 8 D. Option 4: Data and analytical tools on an external web site.. 38 9 E. (...) Parties would not be able to directly search for specific data through the UNFCCC web site, but would have to search the web sites directly.
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DRAFT REPORT : COMMITTEE ON INFORMATION, 23RD SESSION, 30 APRIL-11 MAY 2001
On the subject of user friendliness, several speakers noted that the redesigned web site is sometimes difficult to navigate. On 4 A/AC.198/2001/L.2 the other hand, one delegation characterized the web site as user-friendly, comprehensive and rich in content. (...) One speaker, on behalf of a group, noted that United Nations web sites have income-generation potential in some instances. (...) A number of speakers reiterated their praise for the Department’s work on the United Nations web site. The issue of multilingualism was widely discussed, and Committee members were unanimous in their call for parity of all six official languages on the web site.
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REORIENTATION OF UNITED NATIONS ACTIVITIES IN THE FIELD OF PUBLIC INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
As of 1 October 2002, 24 information centres shared premises with other United Nations agencies in United Nations houses. B. United Nations web site 47. The United Nations web site reached yet another milestone on 5 February 2003, by recording more than 10 million accesses during a 24-hour period. (...) In keeping with the expressed wishes of Member States, the Department has continued its efforts to enhance parity among the official languages on the United Nations web site. At the request of the Fifth Committee, the Secretary-General, in paragraph 8 of his report contained in document A/57/355, presented proposals for strengthening the Department of Public Information to support and enhance the United Nations web site in all official languages of the Organization, indicating that the current resource capacity of the Department in regard to language capability for the web site is barely at the maintenance level and is not adequate to sustain the rapid expansion in the use of the web site or to keep pace with the daily addition of new material occurring in all the official languages. (...) The ultimate objective is to take the web site into the next phase, where a technologically sound, continually updated, intuitive and user- friendly site is available to users in their choice of language.
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