UNCSTD

AcronymDefinition
UNCSTDUnited Nations Center for Science and Technology for Development
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The Jamaican government has already taken some notice of this capacity; in a recent publication for the United Nations Commission on Science and Technology for Development (UNCSTD), Arnoldo Ventura, special advisor to the Jamaican Prime Minister, suggested that the diaspora had a decisive role to play in aiding the efforts to overcome the country's knowledge and technology gap.
In June 1996, the United Nations Commission on Science and Technology Development (UNCSTD) in collaboration with IDRC proposed five development indicators that focused on the improvement of the quality of life: education, health, income, governance, and technology (Crede and Mansell, 1998).
Posteriormente, en los noventa, se dieron las declaraciones de la Comision de las Naciones Unidas sobre la Ciencia y la Tecnologia para el Desarrollo (UNCSTD) y la declaracion de la Cuarta Conferencia Mundial sobre las Mujeres y el Desarrollo de Pekin en 19953.
Between 1995 and 1997, the United nations Commission on Science and Technology for Development (UNCSTD) investigated claims and counterclaims about the benefits and risks of ICTs.