4 edition of Regional action plan towards the information society in Asia and the Pacific found in the catalog.
2006 by Economic and Social Commission for the Asia and the Pacific in New York .
Written in English
|Contributions||United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 135 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||135|
The Action Plan is complementary to existing regional and national coordination mechanisms, including those efforts undertaken by partner United Nations agencies, particularly those of the UNHCR, as well as civil society organizations to converge towards complementing strengths in the region. Access the regional action plan here. At the regional level, BiH will organize thematic meetings of Regional Coordination Board to exchange practices in implementation of national and local action plans on UNSCR and will support the revision of the Regional Action Plan with a focus on common priorities, especially in the context of new security threats and challenges (e.g. Child rights advocates and organizations from different parts of Asia and the Pacific gathered in Manila, Philippines to participate in Child Rights Coalition Asia’s (CRC Asia) four-day Asia-Pacific Partnership Meeting of Child Rights Coalitions and Networks (APPM ) from June 19 to 22, Pacific Regional Action Plan: Women, Peace and Security (Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat) The New Pacific Diplomacy (Australian National University) European Union Development Strategy in the Pacific (European Parliament).
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Regional Action Plan towards the Information Society in Asia and the Pacific United Nations This publication is a further step in the direction envisaged in the Regional Roadmap Regional action plan towards the information society in Asia and the Pacific book an Information Society.
Regional action plan towards the information society in Asia and the Pacific. New York: Economic and Social Commission for the Asia and the Pacific, (OCoLC) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Regional action plan towards the information society in Asia and the Pacific.
New York: Economic and Social Commission for the Asia and the Pacific, xii Regional Progress and Strategies towards Building the Information Society in Asia and the Pacific ICT applications are pervading society at all levels, including government.
They have become commonplace in such sectors as trade, commerce, banking, education, health, employment, environment and agriculture. Systems enabled by information and. Progress towards Information Society in Asia and the Pacific Region Shailendra K.
Hajela ASP Regional Action Plan and Tehran Declaration. UNESCAP/EG July09/SKH 7 Asia and the Pacific region has experienced stupendous growth in ICT uptake. The region has become. The UNFPA Asia and the Pacific regional interventions action plan aims to achieve universal access to sexual and reproductive health, realize reproductive rights and reduce maternal mortality to accelerate progress on the International Conference on Population and Development.
Adopt the “Regional Action Plan towards the Information Society in Asia and the Pacific” which takes into account, the specific features and common concerns of the region, and contains recommendations for action complementing national efforts aimed at creating the Information Society.
In line with (i) the Declaration and Principles of the WSIS, (ii) the regional action plan for an information society in Asia and the Pacific,3 and (iii) the strategic vision of the Asia-Pacific Telecommunity –,4 ADB is committed to reducing the digital divide.
PSI ASIA PACIFIC REGIONAL DRAFT ACTION PLAN PROPOSED TO THE 13TH APRECON, FUKUOKA JAPAN PLAN – 1 FIGHTING PRIVATISATION AND WORKING TOWARDS ALTERNATIVES – UPHOLDING THE UNIQUE CHARACTER OF PUBLIC SERVICES, PROMOTING PUBLIC PUBLIC PARTNERSHIP, DEMANDING.
We are immensely pleased to present the Asia-Pacific Regional Action Plan to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics. The Regional Action Plan represents a concerted effort by governments and the implementing partners to respond to the increased requirements for agricultural statistics in the twenty-first century.
It adopted four resolutions on 1) HIV/AIDS; 2) Strengthening Social Safety-nets in Asia and the Pacific; 3) Regional Implementation of the Biwaco Millennium Framework (BMF) for Action: Towards an.
The objectives of the Conference were to define regional course of action towards building people-centred, inclusive and development-oriented Information Society in Asia and the Pacific. Specific recommendations have been made calling for such at FAO’s Twenty-seventh Asia-Pacific Regional Conference, in the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) Draft Regional Action Plan Towards the Information Society in Asia and the Pacific, and in the Secretariat of the Pacific Community’s.
people‐oriented Information Society in SAARC Sub‐region Expert Group Meeting On Regional Cooperation towards Building an Information Society in Asia and the Pacific Bangkok, 20‐22 July Progress in and requirements for building an inclusive and people oriented Information Society in SAARC Sub‐region.
Regional action to advance women’s opportunities and gender equality is vital, as many of the issues that impact women have regional dimensions.
This includes issues such as irregular migration, the limited participation of women-owned businesses in regional trade. Call upon all stakeholders including governments, the private sector, civil society and regional and international organizations, to strengthen their partnerships to implement the “Regional Action Plan towards the Information Society” at the international, regional and national levels; 5.
Regional Action Plan for the Tobacco Free Initiative in the Western Pacific (–): where we are now and where we should be in Mr Khow presented the regional action plan (–) and its aims to reduce smoking prevalence in the Region by.
Introduction This report was put together to outline some of the key initiatives undertaken by the Internet Society’s Asia-Pacific (APAC) Regional Bureau in While it is not meant to be an exhaustive record, we do hope that it provides you with a good overview of our activities in the region.
In addition to the [ ]. One of the ways of increasing women’s dynamic role in shaping peace agreements, laws to address gender-based violence, and countering violent extremism in Asia is by gaining a commitment to a regional action plan on women, peace, and security.
or its annual updates; (ii) should be in line with the Regional Action Plan toward an Information Society in Asia and the Pacific6 and in support of the World Summit for Information Society principles7; (iii) should be discussed with key country stakeholders as soon as possible; (iv) shall use expertise from the Asia and Pacific region to the.
Presents background and significance of the Regional Action Plan towards the information society in Asia and the Pacific, dealing with principles and key considerations for the formulation of the Plan.
Indicates regional specificities, and strategic framework for continued cooperation of all stakeholders. The Year That Was – Asia-Pacific Bureau @internetsociety 2 Introduction This report was put together to outline some of the key initiatives undertaken by the Internet Society’s Asia-Pacific (APAC) Regional Bureau in While it is not meant to be an exhaustive record, we do hope that it provides you with.
HCI Education in Asia-Pacific: OzCHI Workshop Proposal. AU: Sydney, 2 December Google Scholar; Nations, U. Regional Action Plan Towards the Information Society in Asia and the Pacific.
United Nations, Google Scholar Digital Library. This Framework for Pacific Regionalism was endorsed by Pacific Islands Forum Leaders in July It replaces the Pacific Plan for Strengthening Regional Cooperation and Integration. The Framework is intended to support “focussed political conversations and settlements that address key strategic issues, including shared sovereignty, pooling.
Organised and convened by the Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, the forum has grown to become one of the most important regional platforms for DRR. The forum includes governments, inter-governmental organizations, civil society organizations, the UN, international organizations, and bilateral and multilateral donors.
ARNEC Asia-Pacific Regional Network for Early Childhood Each region is expected to present its regional progress towards Education for All at the Meeting. To this end, UNESCO Bangkok has prepared this Regional Report on Progress towards Education for All in Asia and the Pacific.
After many months, the WHO Western’s Pacific Regional Office (WPRO) has officially launched Towards Universal Eye Health: A Regional Action Plan for the Western Pacific (–). The plan was developed through consultation with Member States, international partners and experts during and was endorsed by the Western Pacific Regional.
This joint initiative of WHO/Europe and of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia aimed to strengthen country capacity for effective participation in the activities of the FAO/WHO Codex Alimentarius.
RCE Delhi hosted the 10th Asia-Pacific RCE Regional Meeting (AP RCE Meeting) in New Delhi, India from 2 November in conjunction with the Symposium on ‘Sustainable Development Goals: from Goals to Action’ on 3 November, followed by the field trip on 4 November.
South-eastern European countries meet to develop regional action plan The countries of south‐eastern Europe (SEE) are coming together in Podgorica, Montenegro on 21 February to develop a regional action plan for the next 2 years with specific strategic objectives and activities to implement the Chisinau Pledge.
The South-East Asia Regional Action Plan (RAP) for HIV (–) provides a clear vision of “zero new infections, zero HIV-related deaths, and zero discrimination” and a goal of “Ending the AIDS epidemic as a public health threat by ”.
The action plan has targets of reducing new infections to 51 and AIDS related deaths to 43 annually and increasing the number of. AGENDA ITEM g: Regional reports (for information only) IAPB WESTERN PACIFIC REGIONAL REPORT Reporting regional progress in Western Pacific against the three objectives of ‘Universal Eye Health: A Global Action Plan ’ The Global Action Plan guides all of the policy and advocacy work IAPB conducts in the Western Pacific.
based on the AUC’s African Regional Action Plan for Knowledge Economy (ARAPKE) and is designed to intensify its activities. It is also well aligned with the framework of the EUAfrica eighth Strategic - Partnership on Science, Information Society and Space (AfricaEU P8).
1-File Size: KB. Asia Pacific Strategy for requested renewal of the regional action plan with inclusion of an integrated people-centred health services approach.
Preliminary Member State consultations towards development of a new regional action plan were held in The Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific (CSCAP) speech by Dr Michael Vatikiotis, Asia Director for the Centre for Humanitarian Dialouge.
I would like to thank the CSCAP Convenors and organisers, and especially the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand for inviting me to speak at this distinguished gathering. Climate Change and Human Health in Asia and the Pacific: From Evidence to Action 1 Participants of the regional workshop on climate change and human health, held in Bali, Indonesia from 10 to 12 Decemberofficially representing the governments of Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia.
The sixth Regional Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction in the Americas, held in Juneapproved the Regional Action Plan for the Implementation of the Sendai Framework. It is a non-binding plan that marks a step towards wider regional efforts to support countries build community resilience and reduce disaster risk and its impacts.
All of these factors point towards a dramatic increase in an already high NCD burden. The Western Pacific Regional Action Plan for the Prevention and Control of Noncommunicable Diseases () was developed in response to a resolution adopted at the sixty-second session of the World Health Organization (WHO), Regional Committee for the Cited by: The Asia-Pacific High-Level Consultation on Financing for Development, organized by the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) and the Government of Indonesia, agreed on a regional action plan on financing for development (FfD), highlighting the potential of a regional capital market, better tax policies, and venture philanthropy to meet.
WHO Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data Towards universal eye health: regional action plan for the Western Pacific, 1.
Blindness - prevention and control. The Asia-Pacific region is vital not only to U.S. regional interests but its global ones as well. We are a vital contributor to the region’s security and economic success. The Asia-Pacific region, in turn, has a profound impact on our .South-East Asia Regional Action Plan on the Programmatic Management of Latent Tuberculosis Infection launched at the 72nd Regional Committee Report of the WHO Information Session for civil society representatives on the WHO guidelines development process with focus on TB guidelines Asia-Pacific nations at the heart of action to end TB.The Asia Pacific region is unique and diverse.
Due to its characteristics, defining what will work in the Asia Pacific region might be the hardest challenge.