3 edition of Our common humanity in the information age found in the catalog.
by United Nations, Global Alliance for Information and Communication Technologies and Development in New York
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Aliye Pekin Celik|
|Series||GAID series -- 2|
|Contributions||Celik, Aliye Pekin, Global Alliance for Information and Communication Technologies and Development|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 215 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||215|
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For Information and Communication Technologies and Development (GAID) to all speakers, moderators, hosts and respondents for their invaluable contribution to the event “Our Common Humanity in the Information Age: Principles and Values for Development” and the book. "This book is the result of an event on 'Our Common Humanity in the information Age, Principles and Values for Development', which took place at the United Nations Headquarters in New York on 29 November "--Page 4 of cover.
"Sales No. E II.6"--Page 4 of cover. This book is the result of an event which took place at UN Headquarters to revive the spirit of cooperation and send a strong message on the role of the United Nations in global human.
The Information Age (also known as the Computer Age, Digital Age, or New Media Age) is a historical period that began in the late 20th century, characterized by a rapid epochal shift from the traditional industry established by the Industrial Revolution to an economy primarily based upon information technology.
The onset of the Information Age can be associated with the. This global, multi-stakeholder forum discussed the promotion and inculcation of a common set of values and principles, including solidarity, tolerance, respect for nature and shared responsibility, as outlined in The Millennium Declaration, and lending them practical expressions in the actions of governments, civil society, the private sector and individuals.
Improvements in the quality of goods and services in the informational age are not easily captured by the common measures of nations' economic output, such as GDP. Modern economists predict that somewhere around the year most countries in the word will attain the status of a developed country, with population growth rates in such countries.
It would be a waste of time, and probably our conclusions would not be accurate. In the reputation age, our critical appraisals should be directed not at the content of information but rather at the social network of relations that has shaped that content and given it a certain deserved or undeserved ‘rank’ in our system of knowledge.
For in truth, the significance of the commons concerns much more than sharing our common wealth, protecting our common heritage or promoting the common good; it is ultimately the gateway for humanity to progress and evolve within the sovereignty of every nation, and in line with the destiny of all the kingdoms of nature.
Our Common Humanity in the Information Age - CORE Reader. A gut reaction to the “Our Common Humanity in the Information Age” conference at the U.N. Building in NYC. Well first of all, it was an inspiring day.
To see group of experienced diplomats together with major leaders from many professions and a equally large group of high school students participate in a discussion, sometimes frustrating.
Our Common Humanity in the Information Age. By Jeffrey D. Sachs. Get PDF (27 KB) Cite. BibTex; Full citation Topics: Regional planning. Year: DOI identifier: Discover our research outputs and cite our work. A Youth Forum on Our Common Humanity in the Information Age, sponsored by Friends of the United Nations, will be held at the United Nations on Tuesday, 28 November as a prelude to the day-long.
These painful human incongruities are precisely what Raimond Gaita boldly harmonizes in his powerful new book, A Common Humanity. Hatred with forgiveness, evil with love, suffering with compassion. The iGUIDE is the first-ever comprehensive resource directory of local Information and Communication Technologies and Development (ICTD).
A common salvation 3 Humanity finds its created origins and salvation in Christ. JohnIn the incarnation, God in Christ shares our common humanity. In the cross of Christ the diverse human family is offered reconciliation within itself and with God.
Peace is possible through the grace of God activated by faith. The purpose of this series of books is to illuminate the necessity to emphasize our common humanity and eliminate the battles and divisiveness that exist in the ongoing religious struggles.
This book is designed to be an overview of the topic and provide you with the structured knowledge to familiarize yourself with the topic at the most affordable price. “This book is about the liberation of the human heart from the tentacles of chaos and loneliness, and from those fears that provoke us to exclude and reject others.
It is a liberation that opens us up and leads us to the discovery of our common humanity.”. The beginning of the Anthropocene is a subject of heated debate among geologists, anthropologists, and others in the scientific community. In order for the Anthropocene to become officially recognized as a geological epoch by the International Commission on Stratigraphy, a start date must be recognized that is global and can be defined stratigraphically.
This text is a comprehensive introduction to the vital subject of American government and politics. Governments decide who gets what, when, how (See Harold D.
Lasswell, Politics: Who Gets What, When, How, [New York: McGraw-Hill, ]); they make policies and pass laws that are binding on all a society's members; they decide about taxation and spending, benefits and.
The premise of the day-long global forum "Our Common Humanity in the Information Age: Principles and Values for Development" is that the six core values of the Millennium Declaration -- freedom.
The Imagination Age is a theoretical period beyond the Information Age where creativity and imagination will become the primary creators of economic value. In contrast, the main activities of the Information Age are analysis and thinking.
The concept holds that technologies like virtual reality, user created content and YouTube will change the way humans interact with each. By the late s, the CIA and Air Force had discovered a "wealth of information" in the increasing flow of books and periodicals from the Soviet Union.
5 By the early s, one insider wrote that "In aggregate, open sources probably furnish the greater part of all information used in the production of military intelligence on the Soviet Union.".The recognition of common humanity entailed by self-compassion also allows us to be more understanding and less judgmental about our inadequacies.
Our thoughts, feelings and actions are largely impacted by factors outside of our control: parenting history, culture, genetic and environmental conditions, as well as the demands and expectations of.