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QUESTIONNAIRE ON QUALITY MODELS, AWARDS AND PRACTICES FOR SMES
(Please cross the box below by X) � Award winner � Prize winner � Finalist � Diploma � Other (please specify) 3. (...) Please give name, year and number of participants. ‰ Winner conference ‰ Celebration of winners ‰ Annual conference ‰ Workshop ‰ Club ‰ Others 8. (...) • List of national winners/category/year: • List of European winners/or MBA winners, Deming winner, etc
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LETTER DATED 2007/02/01 FROM THE DIRECTOR OF THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT BRUSSELS ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
Basta Ya ¡ (2000), Nurit Peled-Elhanan, Izzat Ghazzawi and Dom Zacarias Kamwenho (2001), Oswaldo José Payá Sardiñas (2002), Kofi Annan and the United Nations (2003), the Belarus Association of Journalists (2004), Damas de Blanco (Cuba), Reporters Without Borders and Hauwa Ibrahim (joint winners) (2005) and Aliaksandr Milinkevitch (2006), C. whereas the 1990 prize winner (the Burmese dissident Aung San Suu Kyi, who is under house arrest) and the 2005 prize winner (the Cuban collective Damas de Blanco) have not yet been authorised to come to receive the prize, D. whereas the Conference of Presidents decided to dispatch two delegations to Cuba and Burma to establish contact with the prize winners in order to check on their personal situation, E. whereas the winner of the 1996 Sakharov Prize - Wei Jingsheng, who was still imprisoned at the time - has not yet had the opportunity to address the Plenary and receive the reward linked to the prize, 1. (...) Welcomes the decision taken by the Conference of Presidents on 16 November 2006 to establish a follow-up mechanism for winners of the Sakharov Prize and systematically to dispatch a European Parliament delegation to meet those prize winners who have not been authorised by the authorities of their countries to attend the prize-giving ceremony; 4. Reiterates its demand that all winners of the Sakharov Prize (and in particular Aung San Suu Kyi, Oswaldo José Payá Sardiñas and the Cuban collective Damas de Blanco) be given access to the European institutions; 5.
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PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND DEVELOPMENT : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
See annex I for a list of 2007 winners and finalists. 16. In addition, the Department of Economic and Social Affairs has supported the development of two regional charters of public service. (...) A /62/283 14 07-48644 Annex I 2007 United Nations Public Service Awards Winners and finalists Category 1 Improving transparency, accountability, and responsiveness in the public service Region Status Country Institution Winner Kenya Performance Contracts Steering Committee Secretariat For “Performance Contracts” Africa Finalist Morocco Ministère de la Modernisation des Secteurs Publics (patrimoine-pôle de développement durable) For “Portail administratif service-public.ma” Winner Singapore Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Manpower and Central Provident Fund Board, Singapore For “Progress Package” Winner India Information Technology and Communications Department, Government of Andhra Pradesh For “e-Procurement Project” Finalist Singapore Pro-Enterprise Panel Asia Finalist Republic of Korea Korea Agency for Digital Opportunity and Promotion Winner Austria Federal Chancellery of Austria For “Electronic law-making processes (e-Law)” Finalist Austria Amt der OÖ. Landesregierung Europe Finalist Slovenia Ministry of Public Administration For “One stop shop for sole traders (e-VEM)” Latin America and the Caribbean Winner Chile Dirección de Compras y Contratación Pública Western Asia Winner Azerbaijan The State Oil Fund of Azerbaijan For “Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative” North America and the Pacific Winner Australia Australian Public Service Commission For “State of the Service Report” A /62/283 07-48644 15 Category 2 Improving the delivery of services Region Status Country Institution Winner South Africa e’Thekwini Municipality For “e’Thekwini Water Sanitation Debt Relief Programme” Winner Morocco Arrondissement Agdal, Fez, Morocco For “Fez eGovernment project” Finalist South Africa e’Thekwini Municipality For “The Hammarsdale Sustainability Project” Africa Finalist South Africa e’Thekwini Municipality For “Mariannhill Landfill Conservancy” Winner Republic of Korea Ministry of Justice For “Korea Immigration Smart Service (KISS)” Finalist Singapore Singapore Health Promotion Board For “Excellence in Workplace Health-a health initiative” Asia Finalist Republic of Korea Human Resources Development Service of Korea For “National Technical Qualification Testing and Certification” Winner United Arab Emirates Dubai Government Excellence Department For “Dubai Government Excellence Programme” Western Asia Winner Lebanon Lebanese Ministry of Finance For “Taxpayer Service” Category 3 Fostering participation in policy-making decisions through innovative mechanisms Region Status Country Institution Winner Switzerland Statistical Office Canton Zurich, Ministry of Justice and Interior For “e-Government Project (e-voting)” Finalist Switzerland State of Geneva For “Internet voting (e-voting)” Europe Finalist Italy Regione Emilia-Romagna For “Partecipa.net” North America and the Pacific Winner Canada Tli Cho Community Services Agency A/62/283 07-48644 16 Annex II Vienna declaration on building trust in Government, adopted at the seventh Global Forum on Reinventing Government, held at the United Nations Office at Vienna, from 26 to 29 June 2007 Preamble 1.
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PROMOTING AND REWARDING INNOVATIONS AND EXCELLENCE FOR REVITALIZING PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICE DELIVERY : THE UNITED NATIONS PUBLIC SERVICE AWARDS : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The process of the United Nations public service awards starts with the announcement of the competition and call for nominations, then continues with receipt of the nominations, analysis of the nomination documents, a pre-selection assessment of the nominations, selection of the winners, verification and announcement of the winners, and ends with the celebration of United Nations Public Service Day and the awards ceremony. (...) Finally, all the winning 7 E/C.16/2005/5 experiences are compiled, analysed and published in a compendium of successful or “best” practices in public administration. (...) During the session in which when the winners receive their awards, each makes a brief presentation on the winning initiative.
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LETTER DATED 84/03/07 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF HONDURAS TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS
Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, winner of the I98O Nobel Pea.ce Prize, that 200 Nicara.guan Miskitos had been massacred by а Honduran military patrol at a border crossing between Honduras and Nica.ra.gua on 6 January 1984» As you stated in your note, the Ambassador of Honduras to Argentina, wa.s able to meet yesterday with Mr. (...) Va.lderra.ma, ha.d told him tha.t the Commander cf the zone wa.s already investigating the incident and that he could rest a.ssured that the number of victims ha.d been exa.ggera.ted. The winner of the Nobel Peace Prize also reported tha.t, while he was in Panama, the meeting of the Contadora. (...) Val derrama-, ha.d told him tha.t the Commander of the zone wa.s already investigating the incident and that he could rest a.ssured that the number of victims ha.d been exaggerated» The winner of the Nobel Pea.ce Prize also reported tha.t, while he was in Panama., the meeting of the Contadora.
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QUALITY POLICY ISSUES
The model for the Prize and the criteria for selecting Prize winners have been harmonized with the model for the European Quality Prize. In 1999, the Prize winners were six enterprises from a variety of sectors of industry. Each of the winners received their certificate and Prize symbol from the Prime Minister.
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Select language Select language English Indonesia South-East Asia Indonesia Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / Women’s Resilience, Strength and Contributions Visualised: Winners of the ‘Women and COVID-19’ Comic and Illustration Competition - Select language - Indonesia Women’s Resilience, Strength and Contributions Visualised: Winners of the ‘Women and COVID-19’ Comic and Illustration Competition   The COVID-19 pandemic has deeply affected women and girls across Indonesia due to existing gender inequality, compounded by social and economic fallouts. (...) On 17 December 2020, the winners were announced in a virtual awarding ceremony attended by 180 participants . (...) We are happy to see that the artwork received show the breadth of women’s contribution in the pandemic: in the health sector, in the economic sector, in their communities and in the home.” Winners – Category I Lidya Permata Sari (1 st winner) Marcellina Monica (2 nd winner) Firlan Maulana (3 rd winner) Nabila Hanin Lubtasary (favourite winner or public's choice)     Winners - Category II Rahmawati Yayu Ningsih (1 st winner) Rezza Rainaldi (2 nd winner) Nur Fitriana (3 rd winner) Ratih Rahmawati (favourite winner or public’s choice)   Related https://www.who.int/indonesia/news/events/detail/2020/10/15/default-calendar/women-and-covid-19-comic-and-illustration-competition   News Comic and Illustration Competition Launched to Focus on COVID-19 through a Gender Lens 16 October 2020 Press Release: Winners Announcement – Women and COVID-19 Comic and Illustration Competition Quick links Media centre Head of WHO Office Careers in WHO Indonesia Regional links Data Publications Campaigns Help Contact us Email scams Privacy Integrity Hotline Privacy legal notice © 2022 WHO
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The announcement of the winners by Miss Universe, Leila Lopes, UNCCD Drylands Ambassador, attracted wide publicity. (...) Representatives from the three winning organizations were present to accept the award. (...) Box 1: 2012 Land for Life Award winners Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods (SOIL) in Haiti.
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He is the sole bread-winner for his family and he still has to support two children who are studying; Case No.
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The 13-member international jury, with expertise in various fields including weather and climate, IT, communication and social science, recognized 18 Winners and 14 Honorable Mentions in three categories. (...) All winning photographs will be showcased on WMO social media channels and its website throughout 2021.   LIST OF THE FINAL WEATHER APP AWARDS 04 December 2020​ Group 1 - Awards for innovation and promotion of the use of weather and climate information for development Award for user interface and data representation: observation data (station measurements, radar, satellite, etc.) and model data Winner: AccuWeather (USA) Honourable Mention: Weatherzone (Australia) Award for originality and innovation Winner: Yr (Norway) Honourable Mention: ClimApp (Sweden) Award for apps for developing countries Winner: AirQo (Uganda), Fiji Met Service (Fiji) Honourable Mentions: TT Met Office (Trinidad and Tobago), Curacao Weather App (Curacao and St Maarten) Award for engagement of citizens (crowdsourcing, citizens’ obs data) Winner: Météo-France (France) Honourable Mention: Windy.app (USA)   Group 2 - Specialized apps award category Weather warnings: Public Winner: UK Met Office Honourable Mention: MyObservatory (Hong Kong, China) Private Winner: AccuWeather (USA) Honourable Mention: Weatherzone (Australia) Weather/climate information for Farming Winner: Strawberry Advisory Service (USA)   Weather information for outdoor activities, leisure and sports Winner: Windy.app (USA) Honourable Mentions : Foreca (Finland), meteoblue (Switzerland) Weather information for sectoral/specialised users (aviation, marine, health, others) Winner: Info BMKG (Indonesia) Honourable Mention: WetterOnline (Germany)   Group 3 - Public weather forecasts and information (general category) 1.
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