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التقرير الأولي حول بيانات ومقاييس عملية صنع القرار

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إعلان المنتدى: أفتتاح فترة التعليقات في: التاريخ: 29 يوليو (تموز) 2015
الفئات/العلامات: عمليات السياسة
الغرض (موجز): تهدف فترة التعليقات العامة هذه الى الحصول على مداخلات المجتمع حول التقرير الأولي لـ (WG) وهي مجموعة عمل GNSO حول التوصيات الممكنة لأستخدام البيانات والمقايس لعملية صنع القرار. حيث تنوي مجموعة WG وضع حلولاً من شأنها أن تعمل على تحسين الطريقة التي تتم وفقها وضع السياسات بالأجماع والعمل على ضمان أن يتم معالجة المشاكل المتعلقة بالمسجل وبالسجل وبأمين السجل الأكثر خطورة وذلك من خلال تطوير مبدأ تعدد الثقافات لأجل التوصل الى وضع عملية صنع قرار معتمدة على الوقائع.
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