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The project aims to mitigate the impact of the Syrian refugee crisis by enhancing decent work opportunities for both refugees and host communities in Turkey. The project will focus on three interlinked components: capacity building, improving the knowledge base and local economic development. (...) Aiming to increase the income of refugees and host communities, the project likewise covers the promotion of employment and training opportunities based on fundamental labour principles and rights at work. (...) Regions and countries covered: Turkey Tools This content is available in Türkçe A A+ A++ Print Share this content in See also Web page ILO Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 952412.3 - https://www.ilo.org/ankara/pro...WCMS_379147/lang--en/index.htm
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WEB SITES OF THE GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES SECTION / SUBMITTED BY CANADA
E/C O N F. 94/1 N F.2 8 - 22 J u l y 2002 Original: English Eighth United Nations Conference on the Standardization of Geographical Names Berlin, 27 August-5 September 2002 Item 13 of the provisional agenda" TOPOPNYMIC WEB SITES Web sites of the Geographical names section (Submitted by Canada)* * * E/CONF.94/ 1 * * Piepared by Kathleen O'Brien, GNBC Coordinator, Geographical Names Board of Canada O 1-35745 (E) 29050 1 *O 135745* WEB SITES OF THE GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES SECTION Paper submitted by Canada The two web sites hosted by tlie Geographical Names Section are excellent sources of toponymic information. (...) Just over a year later, on 22 September 1995, the Geographical Naines Section launched its SchoolNet web site. The linking elenient for both web sites is the query page for the Canadian Geographical Names Data Base (CGNDB). (...) Wherever possible, links to related web sites are provided at the end of each excerpt. ’ A link to the French-speaking Division is iiicluded here, but it is hosted on the Cominission de toponymie du Québec’s web site at http://www.toponyiiiie.goLiv.qc.ca/divfra~~co/accueil.htm.
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Score: 952308.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=E/CONF.94/INF.28&Lang=E
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NETWORKING AND INTERNET APPLICATIONS FOR IMPLEMENTING SUSTAINABLE ENERGY POLICIES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The consistent organisation of the information posted on the website makes navigation on and between web pages easy. 11. The first version of the Energy Efficiency 21 Project website started as a traditional set of “static” web pages. (...) Being still at their initial stages the websites are expected to face new requirements and challenges. 14. Web content management based solutions save time, improve communications, and strengthen networking. (...) ENERGY/2002/5 page 14 ANNEX SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE i-DECS WEB MANAGEMENT PLATFORM The i-DECS is a flexible and scaleable web management platform, designed to address the needs of companies seeking to improve both the quality of their web sites, and the process to keep them up-to-date and accurate.
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Score: 952110.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=ENERGY/2002/5&Lang=E
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QUESTIONS RELATING TO INFORMATION : REPORT OF THE SPECIAL POLITICAL AND DECOLONIZATION COMMITTEE (4TH COMMITTEE) : GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 57TH SESSION
Notes the efforts by some United Nations information centres to develop their own web pages in local languages, and encourages the Department of Public Information to provide resources and technical facilities, in particular to those information centres whose web pages are not yet operational, to develop web pages in the respective local languages of their host countries, and encourages host Governments to respond to the needs of the information centres; 40. (...) Reiterates its appreciation for the efforts of the Department of Public Information in creating a high-quality, user-friendly and cost-effective web site, noting that this is especially noteworthy considering the scope of the undertaking, the budget constraints within the United Nations and the remarkably rapid expansion of the World Wide Web, reaffirms that the web site remains a very useful tool for media, non-governmental organizations, educational institutions, Member States and the general public, and welcomes the creation of the United Nations web site on terrorism; 62. (...) Notes that the integration of the Official Document System with the United Nations web site will significantly enhance the multilingual nature of the United Nations web site and will lead to efficiencies throughout all Secretariat departments through the elimination of duplicate formatting and posting of documents; 74.
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Score: 951474.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/57/523&Lang=E
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GENERAL INTRODUCTION OF THE ETIR INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM AND ASPECTS OF THE INTERCONNECTION WITH ETIR STAKEHOLDERS
Submitting this information to the customs authorities can be done using several electronic means: from a web portal managed by the customs authorities, from a web portal or using web services directly to the eTIR international system, from a web portal managed by a third party, etc. (...) These messages (I3, I4, I19 and I20) are transmitted via HTTPS over the secured network of the data centre hosting both information systems, using RESTful web services and the data transferred is formatted in JSON. (...) An incoming message sent from an eTIR stakeholder over the internet first gets to the network appliances (BGP router and firewall) of the hosting entity. The message is then transferred to the load balancer system which forwards it to the appropriate node of the eTIR web services (front end web server) which validates and processes the message.
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Score: 950451.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...P.30/GE.1/2021/30/REV.1&Lang=E
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TASK FORCE ON EMISSION INVENTORIES AND PROJECTIONS : PROGRESS REPORT / BY THE CO-CHAIRMEN OF THE TASK FORCE ; PREPARED WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF THE SECRETARIAT
Copies of the presentations are available on the web site of the Task Force, http://www.aeat.co.uk/netcen/airqual/TFEI/unece.htm 8. (...) More detailed reports from the Expert Panel sessions are available in the expanded Chairmen’s report on the Task Force web site. B. Management of the EMEP/CORINAIR Guidebook 9. (...) The Guidebook is available on the Internet (http://reports.eea.eu.int/EMEPCORINAIR/en), also accessible through the Task Force web site and the EMEP homepage (http://www.emep.int). 10.
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Score: 950223.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=EB.AIR/GE.1/2001/5&Lang=E
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Actions: • Secretariat: Extend the time of the Board Meeting to allow time for discussions on the evaluation findings and PMNCH future strategy. • Secretariat: To include an agenda item in the next Board Meeting Agenda to discuss how best can PMNCH utilize the last year and a half of its strategy to increase momentum and ensure that women’s and children’s health is in the Post-2015 Development Agenda. • EC Members/Constituencies: EC members to reach out to their constituencies to advocate for and coordinate efforts to ensure that women’s and children’s health is in the Post-2015. Secretariat Hosted by the World Health Organization and Board Chaired by Mrs Graça Machel PMNCH Executive Committee Call, 28 April 2014 Page 3 of 9 3. 2014 Tracking of RMNCH Commitments Web Platform EC was briefed, by NK, on the current development of a web-based commitment tracing platform coordinated between PMNCH, WHO, UN SG Executive Office, UN Foundation, FP2020, and other PMNCH partners to further streamline the existing global efforts to track commitments to the UNSG Global Strategy. (...) Such a centralised, most likely web-based, platform would reduce fragmentation and reporting burden, and is likely to result in improved quality and reliability of data. (...) Proposed solution – a joint web-based commitment tracking platform It is proposed that a more centralised approach is piloted as a means to harmonize and integrate efforts to track commitments made for the Global Strategy, at the global and country level.
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Score: 947369.9 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/abou.../board/nfr_ec_call_apr2014.pdf
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GENERAL INTRODUCTION, GUIDING PRINCIPLES AND ARCHITECTURE OF THE ETIR INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM
They should also know how web services work and be familiar with SOAP and XML. (...) These messages (I3, I4, I19 and I20) are transmitted via HTTPS over the secured network of the data centre hosting both information systems, using RESTful web services and the data transferred is formatted in JSON. (...) An incoming message sent from an eTIR stakeholder over the internet first gets to the network appliances (BGP router and firewall) of the hosting entity. The message is then transferred to the load balancer system which forwards it to the appropriate node of the eTIR web services (front end web server) which validates and processes the message.
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Score: 946569.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...RANS/WP.30/GE.1/2021/30&Lang=E
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DRAFT REPORT : COMMITTEE ON INFORMATION, 23RD SESSION, 30 APRIL TO 11 MAY 2001
Takes note of the efforts by some United Nations information centres to develop their own web pages in local languages, and, in this respect, encourages the Department of Public Information to provide resources and technical facilities, in particular to United Nations information centres whose web pages are not yet operational, to develop web pages in the respective local languages of their host countries, and encourages host Governments to respond to the needs of United Nations information centres; VII. (...) Requests the Secretary-General in the meantime and until it has taken a decision on the proposals to be presented for the multilingual development, maintenance and enrichment of the United Nations web site, to ensure, to the extent possible, while maintaining an up-to-date and accurate web site, the equitable distribution of financial and human resources within the Department of Public 12 A/AC.198/2001/L.3 Information allocated to the United Nations web site among all official languages on a continuous basis; 56. (...) Commends the efforts of the Information Technology Services Division of the Office of Central Support Services in ensuring that the required technological infrastructure is in place to accommodate the imminent linkage of the optical disk system to the United Nations web site; 59. Recognizes the far-reaching impact that the linking of the optical disk system with the United Nations web site will have in furthering the goals of the Organization by making all parliamentary documents in the six official languages publicly available, and stresses that the integration of the optical disk system with the United Nations web site will represent one of the steps towards significantly enhancing the multilingual nature of the United Nations web site and will lead to efficiencies in all Secretariat departments; 60.
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Score: 945239.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/AC.198/2001/L.3&Lang=E
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ITU-T Tutorial Organizing Meetings Gary Fishman Pearlfisher International TSAG Chairman (1996-2008) Pearlfisher International 1208G 1 Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial Organizing meetings ITU-T Rapporteur and Editor Tutorial (Geneva, 6 – 7 September 2012 ) Organizing meetings: Outline General considerations Responsibilities of a Rapporteur as the meeting convener Step-by-step process to organize the meeting With thanks to Tatiana Kurakova, TSB, who originally developed the presentation on organizing meetings 2 Pearlfisher International 1208G Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial Organizing meetings Rapporteur Meetings in General Follow less-formal rules than a SG Interim activity to progress the work Has specific Terms of Reference Consensus-building, not decision- making Secretariat (TSB) is not present Usually works in a single language (English) 3 Pearlfisher International 1208G Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial Organizing meetings Rapporteur responsibilities as the convener Rapporteur is responsible to plan and convene the meeting Arrange for the venue Communicate information to collaborators Provide appropriate documentation Manage the registration process Report to the parent Working Party or Study Group 4 Pearlfisher International 1208G Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial Organizing meetings Physical meetings Find a meeting location Usually hosted by some member – not necessarily the Rapporteur! If no host is found, see if TSB can host the meeting at ITU premises (not the normal case) Host pays for the meeting room and technical equipment used (wifi, mikes and speakers, projector, coffee breaks,…) TSB does NOT provide financial or personnel support, however: May offer its meeting rooms May provide call-back facility if conference call bridge is used 5 Pearlfisher International 1208G Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial Organizing meetings Venue for physical meetings Outside Geneva: Participants should not be charged for meeting facilities, unless agreed in advance by the SG and on an exceptional and fully justified basis No participant should be excluded from participation if they are unwilling to pay Additional services (i.e., with fees) offered by the host shall be voluntary, and there shall be no obligation on any of the participants resulting from those additional services In Geneva: Ask TSB for room availability as soon as possible 6 Pearlfisher International 1208G Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial Organizing meetings Electronic meetings Increased use of e-meeting facilities Audio- and video-conferences E-mail-based discussion threads Web-based applications Points to keep in mind: Have clear beginning and ending times/dates One trick is to reference all times to Geneva Take time zones into consideration “Share the pain” For live events, keep times reasonable E-Meeting Guide: Procedures for E-Meetings http://www.itu.int/oth/T0A0F000007/en 7 Pearlfisher International 1208G Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial Organizing meetings 6 Steps to hold a Rapporteur Group Meeting 1. (...) Report 8 Pearlfisher International 1208G Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial Organizing meetings Rapporteur meeting: Step 1 - Pre-authorize (1) At the SG or WP meeting, obtain agreement in principle or for a particular timeframe(s) to hold RG meeting(s) Provide to the SG/WP for its approval of the proposed meeting(s): Host, venue, dates (tentative or confirmed) Terms of Reference for the meeting(s) 9 Pearlfisher International 1208G Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial Organizing meetings Rapporteur meeting: Step 1 - Pre-authorization (2) Normal case: Provide at least 2 months notice Urgent case: SG management can authorize holding unplanned RG meetings Notification of meeting sent as soon as possible TSB will post list of pre-authorized RG meetings on the SG home page 10 Pearlfisher International 1208G Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial Organizing meetings Rapporteur meeting: Step 2 - Plan Rapporteur is responsible for circulating meeting notices to the concerned experts (e.g. via mailing lists) soliciting contributions and participation Notice, as provided by the Rapporteur, is posted on the SG web page TSB does not circulate convening letters for Rapporteur Group meetings 11 Pearlfisher International 1208G Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial Organizing meetings Rapporteur meeting: Step 3 - Authorize Authorization is by SG management, typically the SG Chairman in consultation with concerned WP chair and TSB Three criteria are to be met: clear terms of reference sufficient documentation to be discussed sufficient number of participants Also consider collocating with other related Questions and consider the strategic importance of holding the meeting 12 Pearlfisher International 1208G Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial Organizing meetings Rapporteur meeting: Step 4 - Confirm Circulate confirmation notice of date and venue at least three weeks before the meeting Copy to TSB and to SG & WP chairmen Update information on the SG website from ‘planned’ to ‘confirmed’ Step 5: Hold the meeting 13 Pearlfisher International 1208G Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial Organizing meetings Rapporteur meeting: Step 5 - Hold NOTE!!
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Score: 945143.8 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/5B/T065B0000230009PDFE.pdf
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