2 edition of Intergovernmental Conference on Scientific and Technological Information for Development (UNISIST II) found in the catalog.
Intergovernmental Conference on Scientific and Technological Information for Development (UNISIST II)
UNISIST II Conference Programme Committee.
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Scientific and Technical Information; UNISIST; World Science Information System. ABSTRACT. In pursuance of resolution (a) adopted by the General Conference at its sixteenth session (October-November ), the Intergovernmental Conference for the Establishment of a World Science Information System (UNISIST) was organized by Unesco. The. In five parts, the so-called ‘Blue Book’ covered an outline of ESRO, a scientific programme, its technology centre, its data handling, and ranges and vehicles. In London, on 29 March , Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and Australia (associate member) signed the Convention creating the European.
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During the working sessions the conference considered (1) a review of achievements since the UNISIST governmental conference of ; (2) the flow of scientific and technological information and its role in development; and (3) strategies for future action at the national, regional, and international levels.
Prepared for conference participants, this document is comprised of three parts: (1) Part A reviews the achievements since the UNISIST Intergovernmental Conference of and provides background information for their assessment; (2) Part B deals with the general problem of the flow and utilization of scientific and technological information and its role in development; and (3) Part C sets out ideas.
Intergovernmental conference for the development of a new international legally Benefit-sharing is inextricably linked to scientific research, technology transfer and related capacity building, as noted in Objectives Option I (c)(d) and (i); example through the development of.
information technologies, as well as access to scientific and technical information, are essential to development.
For a discussion of how informatics technology promotes the economic, social, and political development of the LDCs, see notes infra and accompanying text. House COMM. ON GovERNMENT OPERATIONS, INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION.
During the meeting it was expected to hold a thematic discussion on “The role of technical cooperation among developing countries in science and technology for development”.
application of information technology. The objectives given in the NATIS (3) document on the planning 9f technological needs for NATIS (objective 9) and the role of Unesco for supporting the application of infor-mation technology in the various countries (object il) were discussed in detail.
The Working Group emphasised the need for. QUÉBEC CITY, QUEBEC, Septem --Federal, provincial and territorial ministers responsible for research, science and technology met today in Québec City to discuss ways to improve research and development performance and make Canada one of the most innovative countries in the meeting was co-chaired by the Honourable Brian Tobin, federal Minister of Industry, and the.
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An Intergovernmental Conference (IGC) is the formal procedure for negotiating amendments to the founding treaties of the European the treaties, an IGC is called into being by the European Council, and is composed of representatives of the member states, with the Commission, and to a lesser degree the Parliament also participating.
An IGC will conclude with a meeting of the. International Conference on Big Data, Computer Science and Information Technology (ICBDCSIT) George Town Malaysia 09th Jun' - 10th Jun' International Conference on Recent Innovations in Computer Science and Information Technology (ICRICSIT).
Joseph E. Clark is the Executive Secretary of the Intergovernmental Science, Engineering and Technology Advisory Panel, which is a part of the Office of Science and Technology Policy, in the Executive Office of the by: 1. The Intergovernmental Conference and the management of flexible integration.
Journal of European Public Policy: Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. Cited by: In Maya few months before IGC-3, the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services released a landmark assessment on the state of global biodiversity.
The report painted a stark picture of global biodiversity loss, indicating that a million species face extinction, many within decades. With an ever-evolving outlook on the planet’s wellbeing UNESCO’s science educational activities in Environment strive to better understand the Earth as well as spread this understanding.
UNESCO’s actions in Water Education inspire a more responsible attitude towards the. development covering libraries and archives as well as scientific and technological information. (9) This gradual merging of the various components of PGI into a coherent programme has been achieved with the valuable support of the non-governmental organizations which collaborated in the implementation of the programme, more particularly.
Establishment of an international legally binding instrument under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) on the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction (BBNJ agreement) promises to be one of the most significant developments in UNCLOS for over 20 : Kahlil Hassanali.
General report of the intergovernmental conference on technological change and human resources development: the service sector Author: Jorine E M B Janssen ; Ruth C M Justino ; Nicolaas J Dersjant ; Centre for Educational Research and Innovation.
of marine technology, capacity development and marine genetic resources are key issues. This paper examines how the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC), as a competent international organisation for marine scientific research and technology transfer, can inform the development of the instrument.
SynergiesCited by: 9. Unesco and the Information Superhighway Show all authors. Jacques Tocatlian. Intergovernmental Conference on Science and Technology for Development (UNISIST II).
Main working document. Paris, Unesco, Google Scholar. Unesco. Intergovernmental Conference on Science and Technology for Development (UNISIST II). Final report. Paris, Unesco Cited by: Unesco, Intergovernmental Conference on Scientific and Technological Information for Development—UNISIST II Final Report (Paris: Unesco, ).
Google Scholar by: 4. EE Tbilisi Declaration Report. INTRODUCTION. Organization. and scope. of the Conference. 1. The first Intergovernmental Conference on Environmental Education convened by Unesco was held in Tbilisi.The Issue: For the 61% of the ocean that lies in areas beyond national jurisdiction, the development of a new international agreement for the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity is now underway (BBNJ agreement): the UN’s Intergovernmental Conference on Marine Biodiversity of Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction.
Science, technology and innovation cross-cut the negotiations.Inscribing science: scientific texts and the materiality of communication / edited by Timothy Lenoir. Intergovernmental Conference on Scientific and Technological Information for Development ( Paris, France) QI a.