Home > United Nations Online Network in Public Administration and Finance (UNPAN)
1. Global
2. Africa
3. Arab States
Arab States
4. Asia & Pacific
Asia & Pacific
5. Europe
6. Latin America & Caribbean
Latin America & Caribbean
7. North America
North America
Search |  Clear Filters order by

prev ...
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
... next
44626 items
Oman (Sultanate of) Oman exhibition at UN promotes peace, coexistence
New York: The “Message of Islam from Oman” exhibition kicked off at the United Nations (UN) in New York and will continue until April 25, 2019. The exhibition is organised by the Ministry of Awqaf and Religious Affairs, in cooperation with the Permanent Delegate of the Sultanate to the UN. The event was presided over by Maria Espinosa Fernanda, President of the UN General Assembly, in the presence of UN dignitaries, permanent delegates, Arab and foreign ambassadors, heads of religious cent ...
India India Among Top Cyberattack Target Countries
Smart cities have gathered the biggest chunk of attacks on Internet of Things (IoT) deployments, says a study by Subex, a telecom analytics solution provider.
New Zealand New Zealand: Opioid Addiction - Increase in Number of People over 60 Getting Help
There has been a tenfold increase in the number of people over 60 getting help for an addiction to opiate drugs. Figures released by the Ministry of Health show 530 people aged 60 or over are now getting what is called opioid substitution treatment. Experts said there were likely to be many more who had a dependence but had not put their hand up for help.
New Zealand New Zealand: Government's Energy Policy Could Drive Electricity Prices Up 39 Percent
A government body is poised to announce that a core of the country's energy policy will be prohibitively expensive to implement. The Interim Climate Change Committee (ICCC) will make this announcement on 30 April. But a preview of the announcement was presented to a conference on agriculture and the environment in Palmerston North last week. It showed one aspect of government policy would push electricity prices by 39 percent for hardly any environmental gain.
Pakistan Pakistan: Shafqat for Promoting Digital Education Across Country
ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Education and Professional Training Shafqat Mahmood Monday stressed the need to promote digital education across the country to improve the literacy rate which was limited to only 58 per cent.
Global Why Smart Cities Need Smart Policies
The Internet of Things (IoT) is quickly gaining traction Some predict that by the end of this year, the amount of IoT devices will surpass mobile devices. So it’s unsurprising that this same technology has found its way into city development.
Finland Social Democrats, Populists Top Finland Vote Ahead of EU’s
Results from Finland’s parliamentary election illustrated the struggle by Europe’s traditional political parties to retain supporters, with the center-left Social Democratic Party winning the most votes and followed closely by a populist party that wants to temper national efforts to curb climate change.
New Zealand New Zealand: 'Genuine Transformation' Needed in Construction Industry
Construction leaders are backing a new accord between the government and the industry, but say it must lead to actual change. The accord, announced yesterday, includes commitments to address dodgy building practices, company collapses and skill shortages.
Korea (Republic of) S. Korea’s 1st-Generation Internet Banks Face Murky Future amid Regulatory Hurdles, Incoming Competition
S. Korea’s 1st-Generation Internet Banks Face Murky Future amid Regulatory Hurdles, Incoming Competition
China China: Premier Li Signs Revised Regulation on Gov't Information Disclosure
Premier Li Keqiang has signed a revised regulation on the disclosure of government information to better respond to public concerns.
Site map | FAQs | Terms and Privacy | Contact Us
Copyright 2019 by UNPAN - United Nations Public Administration Network