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DEVELOPMENT OF AN ONLINE DIRECTORY OF CENTRAL AUTHORITIES AND OPTIONS FOR THE EFFECTIVE USE OF LEGISLATION FURNISHED UNDER THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION AGAINST TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
For those States parties which would be unable to maintain information on their governmental websites, the Conference of the Parties may wish to consider combining this option with option 2 below, allowing some States to submit their legislation and regulations in hard-copy format. 2. Option 2. Hosting of web-based resources of laws and regulations 18. A second option would be for the Secretariat to host web-based resources of laws and regulations related to organized crime on the UNODC website. (...) Option 3. Development of a web-based legal database 22. The most comprehensive approach would be to establish a web-based legal database with various options for searching, sorting and filtering information.
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QUESTIONS RELATING TO INFORMATION : REPORT OF THE SPECIAL POLITICAL AND DECOLONIZATION COMMITTEE (4TH COMMITTEE) : GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 56TH SESSION
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 a decision has been taken 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 Information allocated to the United Nations web site among all official languages on a continuous basis; 58. (...) 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; 61. 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 14 A/56/552 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; 62.
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COMMITTEE ON INFORMATION : REPORT ON THE 23RD SESSION (30 APRIL-11 MAY 2001)
On the subject of user-friendliness, several speakers noted that the redesigned web site was sometimes difficult to navigate. On the other hand, one delegation characterized the web site as user-friendly, comprehensive and rich in content. (...) Another delegation noted that the web pages in Chinese were only 10 to 15 per cent of those in English and French. (...) A number of speakers mentioned the success and usefulness of the United Nations News Centre, now hosted on the web site, which one delegation said was proving to be a key element for the work of journalists everywhere, and NewsAlert, the service which was expected to be launched before the next session of the General Assembly.
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ITU-T Tutorial ITU-T Rapporteur and Editor Tutorial (Geneva, 28 – 29 November 2011 ) Organizing meetings Tatiana Kurakova Counsellor, ITU-T SG 13 Geneva, 28 November 2011 Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial: Organizing meetings 2 Geneva, 28 November 2011 Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial: Organizing meetings Rapporteur meeting: general Informal Interim activity to progress the work Has narrow ToR Consensus-building but not decision- making Normally convened in English Secretariat is not present 3 Geneva, 28 November 2011 Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial: Organizing meetings Rapporteur meeting: for convener Rapporteur is responsible for planning/convening the meeting – Documentation Template/layout, numbering, availability, archiving – Registration Participation of non-members (based on written contributions/active participation, see also last slide) – Reporting to parent WP/SG 4 Geneva, 28 November 2011 Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial: Organizing meetings Electronic meeting Increase in use (live, off-line) – Audio-conferences – E-mail or forum based discussion threads – Web-based collaboration 5 Geneva, 28 November 2011 Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial: Organizing meetings Electronic meeting [2] Important aspects to consider: – All concerned experts be informed about them – Clear beginning and end times/dates – Take time differences into consideration – For live events, keep times short (<3 hours), “share the pain” – E-Meeting Guide: Procedures for Electronic Meetings http://www.itu.int/oth/T0A0F000007/en http://www.itu.int/oth/T0A0F000007/en 6 Geneva, 28 November 2011 Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial: Organizing meetings Physical meeting Find location - usually hosted by some member - if not, see if TSB can host the meeting at ITU premises Rapporteur meeting: funding Host pays for the meeting room and technical equipment used (network connection, microphones, loudspeakers, projector, …) TSB is NOT involved in financial support for interim meetings However! - may offer its meeting rooms - call back facility if conference call bridge is used 7 Geneva, 28 November 2011 Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial: Organizing meetings 8 Geneva, 28 November 2011 Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial: Organizing meetings Rapporteur meeting: funding [2] RG meetings in Geneva: as soon as possible, ask TSB for room availability RG meetings outside Geneva: participants should not be charged for meeting facilities, unless agreed in advance by the study group and on an exceptional and fully justified case – Caveat: no participant should be excluded from participation if he or she is unwilling to pay the charge – Additional services offered by the host shall be voluntary, and there shall be no obligation on any of the participants resulting from these additional services 9 Geneva, 28 November 2011 Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial: Organizing meetings Rapporteur meeting: six steps to follow Pre-authorize Plan Authorize Confirm Hold Report 10 Geneva, 28 November 2011 Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial: Organizing meetings Rapporteur meeting: pre-authorization At SG or WP meeting, obtain agreement in principle to hold a RG meeting Provide – Host, venue, dates (tentative or confirmed) – ToR for the meeting (e.g. items for discussion) Controversial topics: need to be more specific 11 Geneva, 28 November 2011 Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial: Organizing meetings Rapporteur meeting: pre-authorization [2] Normally at least 2 months notice List of pre-authorized RG meetings are posted in the SG home page Urgent cases: SG management can authorize holding non-planned RG meetings – Announcement needs to go out with extra antecedence 12 Geneva, 28 November 2011 Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial: Organizing meetings Rapporteur meeting: planning TSB does not circulate convening letters for meetings below working party level – notice is posted on the SG web page, as provided by the Rapporteur, and update it as needed – Rapporteur is responsible for circulating meeting notices to the concerned experts (e.g. via mailing lists) soliciting contributions and participation 13 Geneva, 28 November 2011 Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial: Organizing meetings Rapporteur meeting: planning [2] Rapporteur meetings, as such, should not be held during working party or study group meetings – Discussion on a Question during the SG/WP meeting is not a meeting of the Rapporteur Group - it is just part (i.e., a session) of the SG/WP meeting – During SG & WP meetings, the more relaxed rules at RG meetings are not applicable document approval, submission deadlines, documentation availability 14 Geneva, 28 November 2011 Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial: Organizing meetings Rapporteur meeting: authorization Authorization by SG management – Typically: by the SG chairman in consultation with TSB and the concerned WP chair – Management can agree on a different arrangement Three criteria to be met: – clear terms of reference – sufficient documentation to be discussed – sufficient number of participants / membership representation Further considerations – collocated with other related Questions? (...) PP-06 Res.135 resolves 3: that the participation of other observers in conferences, assemblies and meetings of the Union shall be guided by the terms of Annex 3 to this resolution PP-06 Res.135 Annex 3: Based on long-standing practice, the participation in ITU Sector meetings such as study groups or their subordinate groups by those organizations which have no status in ITU other than that of observers in an advisory capacity may include the submission of contributions and oral interventions in meetings.
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Score: 933443 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/5B/T065B00000A0008PDFE.pdf
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TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE ETIR INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM
Given the fact that the eTIR system is based on an exchange of messages using web services and that no user interface is expected to be developed for the eTIR international system (except for internal purposes related to its administration), the following criteria are therefore not applicable and will not be described: accessibility, compatibility and usability. 8. (...) Design the eTIR international system in a way that avoids single points of failure (SPOF), using several front-end web servers to share the workload, database clustering, duplication of application components, and by possibly using high-availability proxies and orchestration of containers Table 2 Quantitative availability requirements Identifier Description How to achieve the target Target value AV.2 General availability of the eTIR international system Host the eTIR international system in a UN organization that proposes this level of availability and include it in the SLA. 24 hours per day, each day of the year. (...) Enough nodes are provisioned for the eTIR web services software components to be able to cope with all requests.
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COMMITTEE ON INFORMATION : REPORT ON THE 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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Another key characteristic of IMPACT is that it is a web-based modelling platform remotely accessed by the users, via a dedicated and secured portal. All the calculations are performed on dedicated servers hosted by EUROCONTROL. In particular, users do not need to install any specific software on their machines; they only need a web browser to connect to the IMPACT web portal, upload their input data, launch calculations, visualise, and download the results. This web-based approach EUROPEAN MODELS STRENGTHEN INTEROPERABILITY IN SUPPORT OF CAEP BY DAVID MARSH (EUROCONTROL), IVAN DE LÉPINAY (EASA), LAURENT CAVADINI (EUROCONTROL) AND LAURENT BOX (EUROCONTROL) In 2013, IMPACT and AAT were introduced as the new flagship tools within the European aviation environmental modelling tool suite.
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Score: 932819.4 - https://www.icao.int/environme...2016/ENVReport2016_pg23-25.pdf
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United Nations EC
The communication tests showed that there were still points of contact that had not acknowledged the receipt of notification reports, despite the fact that the acknowledgment was done automatically when opening the relevant notification reports in the Web-based application. In some cases it was found that the lack of acknowledgement was connected to problems with using the IAN System accounts. 15. (...) Points of contact should agree bilaterally on the conduct of the exercises and inform the secretariat on the planning; Level 3: One full scale exercise, with a review of the provision and receipt of mutual assistance, should be held biennially by points of contact; countries with economies in transition were encouraged to organize the exercise themselves with supported from other countries; (d) Recommendations for any modifications to the IAN System and its Web- based application should be made only after a considerably higher number of tests and especially analytical exercises were carried out; (e) The secretariat should collect the suggestions for modifications to the IAN System for consideration at the next consultation of points of contact and for possible submission to the subsequent meeting of the Conference of the Parties. (...) Such standardization had been introduced in the notification of radiological emergencies with International Radiation Information eXchange (IRIX) as a standard characterized by a well defined set of data elements that could be exchanged (machine to machine) using an XML (eXtensible Markup Language) schema through a Web-service. 20. The representatives of points of contact acknowledged in the discussion the issues presented.
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PROVISIONAL AGENDA : ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE, MEETING OF THE PARTIES TO THE CONVENTION ON THE PROTECTION AND USE OF TRANSBOUNDARY WATERCOURSES AND INTERNATIONAL LAKES, WORKING GROUP ON MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT, 3RD MEETING, FINNISH ENVIRONMENT INSTITUTE (SYKE), HELSINKI, 3-5 OCTOBER 2002
(e) Monitoring, warning and alarm, and notification systems: links with the Convention on the Transboundary Effects of Industrial Accidents Based on the relevant outcome of the first and second meetings of the joint ad hoc expert group on water and industrial accidents (see documents on the expert group at the web site at http://www.unece.org/env/teia/doc.htm and at the web site at http://www.ingenius-berlin.de/jeg/web/), the Working Group will agree on its input to the expert group’s activities on the understanding that the Conference of the Parties to the Industrial Accidents Convention at its second meeting in November 2002 will adopt the expert group’s proposals (see documents for that meeting that will be available soon at the web site http://www.unece.org/env/teia/doc.htm). (...) The Working Group will make work-sharing arrangements, using a special discussion forum established under IWAC’s web page, with a view: (i) to finalize its input related to monitoring and assessment in NIS well in advance of the Third World Water Forum and the Kiev Ministerial Conference; and (ii) to finalize work on the other parts of the draft strategy and the 2003-2006 work plan at its fourth meeting. (...) Item 13: Closure A representative of the host country will close the meeting of Working Group.
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It informs the meeting on ASECNA wish to host operational center of AFI Centralized Aeronautical Data base (AFI-CAD) Action by the Meeting REFRENCE(S AN-Conf/12 Rec. 3/8 (c) • APIRG 20 Conclusion 20/33 • APIRG 21 Conclusion 21/14 • Doc 9750 Global Air Navigation Plan • Roadmap for the transition from AIS to AIM Action by the Meeting: I Paragraph 3 Strategic Objectives A & B 1. (...) B1-DATM module should permit to follow the digitalization and the access to aeronautical information by INTERNET protocol based on standard data exchange model like AIXM, FIXM and IWXXM to reach the final objective SWIM implementation. (...) Database and eAIP are officially in operation since 5 December 2019. eAIP is available on the web site https://aim.asecna.aero. 1.4 This implementation has been driving in the following steps : 1- Designing of AIXM data base and eAIP project ; 2- Installation of equipment and computer programms for database and eAIP operations; 3- Training for operating and maintenance personal ; 4- Elaboration and validation of operation and maintenance procedures ; 5- Signature of Service Level Agreement (SLA-AIM) with data originators under Civil Aviation Authority supervision of each country in order to assure aeronautical data quality as required; 6- Data quality initial control and integration in the database ; 7- Safety risk analysis and mitigation actions before to set up database and eAIP operation activities; 8- Initial validation of database contents and initial eAIP release ; 9- Normal operation of Database and eAIP with regular amendment publication.
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Score: 931406.4 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Docu...0Member%20States%20-%20Eng.pdf
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