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How satellite broadband can be a game-changer for connected planes ? report - ITU Hub This website will offer limited functionality in this browser. (...) Skip to content About ITU Radiocommunication Standardization Development Menu News Publications Membership Open site search × ITU User Account News Publications Membership About ITU Radiocommunication Standardization Development Search the site Search Close search form How satellite broadband can be a game-changer for connected planes ? report Home News How satellite broadband can be a game-changer for connected planes... (...) “Satellite broadband to the cockpit and the cabin is the game-changer.” In an industry characterised by slower adoption and long-lead times for change, digital enablement today is essential to spurring changes required to accommodate significant growth that utilises a relatively static airspace and infrastructure.
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Full report: Game changers: Women and the future of work in Asia and the Pacific Skip to main content ILO Advancing social justice, promoting decent work ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations Countries Topics Sectors Search ilo.org Search ilo.org Menu Home About the ILO Newsroom Meetings and events Publications Research Labour standards Statistics and databases Contact Us ILO in Asia and the Pacific About us Countries covered Areas of work Child Labour Employment promotion Equality and discrimination Forced labour Green jobs Informal economy International labour standards Labour market governance and working conditions Labour migration Preparing the future of work in Asia-Pacific Safety and health at work Skills and employability Social security Workers and Employers Organizations Youth employment Programmes and projects Research and Publications Asia-Pacific labour market insights Issue briefs Events and meetings Media centre News and articles Impact stories Statements and speeches Videos and Photos ILO Knowledge Centre ILO home Regions and countries ILO in Asia and the Pacific Research and Publications Game changers: Women and the future of work in Asia ... Full report Game changers: Women and the future of work in Asia and the Pacific The report examines the situation of women in the region and analyses progress and obstacles in terms of gender equality in the world of work. Type: Report Date issued: 26 September 2018 Reference: 9789220309964[ISBN] Authors: ILO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Format available: xx, 89 p. Download: Game changers: Women and the future of work in Asia and the Pacific pdf - 3.2 MB Women continue to be the most underutilised and potentially game-changing factor for a fair and prosperous future of work.
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Executive summary: Game changers: Women and the future of work in Asia and the Pacific Skip to main content ILO Advancing social justice, promoting decent work ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations Countries Topics Sectors Search ilo.org Search ilo.org Menu Home About the ILO Newsroom Meetings and events Publications Research Labour standards Statistics and databases Contact Us ILO in Asia and the Pacific About us Countries covered Areas of work Child Labour Employment promotion Equality and discrimination Forced labour Green jobs Informal economy International labour standards Labour market governance and working conditions Labour migration Preparing the future of work in Asia-Pacific Safety and health at work Skills and employability Social security Workers and Employers Organizations Youth employment Programmes and projects Research and Publications Asia-Pacific labour market insights Issue briefs Events and meetings Media centre News and articles Impact stories Statements and speeches Videos and Photos ILO Knowledge Centre ILO home Regions and countries ILO in Asia and the Pacific Research and Publications Game changers: Women and the future of work in Asia ... Executive summary Game changers: Women and the future of work in Asia and the Pacific The report examines the situation of women in the region and analyses progress and obstacles in terms of gender equality in the world of work. Type: Publication Date issued: 26 September 2018 Reference: 9789220309964[ISBN] Authors: ILO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Format available: xx, 89 p. Download: Game changers: Women and the future of work in Asia and the Pacific pdf - 0.8 MB Women continue to be the most underutilised and potentially game-changing factor for a fair and prosperous future of work.
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UN Radio interview: “Game-changers” in 2017 will allow for positive year says UN President | General Assembly of the United Nations English Welcome to the United Nations Navigation General Assembly of the United Nations President of the 71st session Home Main Menu PGA 71st Session General Assembly About the President Biography Commitment to Ethics and Transparency Election of the President Team From The President President’s Blog Letters Statements Media News stories UN Press Releases PGA Press Releases PGA Media Briefings Photos Videos Events Calendar UN Events The Ocean Conference Global Compact for Migration Mandated Events New Urban Agenda and UN-Habitat Culture of Peace Combat Trafficking in Persons Rights of Indigenous Peoples Harmony with Nature Water-related goals and targets World Wildlife Day Protection from Enforced Disappearance PGA Events Responsibility to Protect International Day against Nuclear Tests Retreat: Partnerships for Financing of Sustainable Infrastructure Progress made on SDG implementation SDG Action Events Building Sustainable Peace for All Climate Change and 2030 Agenda SDG Financing Lab Innovation Education Event FAQ SG Selection Return to Content You are here: Home › UN Radio interview: “Game-changers” in 2017 will allow for positive year says UN President UN Radio interview: “Game-changers” in 2017 will allow for positive year says UN President 3 January 2017 in News stories “Game-changers” in 2017 will allow for positive year says UN President   ©UN Photo/Daniel Dickinson “Positive” developments can be expected across the world in 2017 despite the ongoing conflicts and humanitarian crises that typified 2016; that’s according to the President of the UN General Assembly, Peter Thomson.
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Third Tokyo 2020-ILO Sustainability Forum Report (Held on 18 September 2019) Be better, together: Tokyo 2020 as Game Changers in advancing decent work Skip to main content ILO Advancing social justice, promoting decent work ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations 日本語 Countries Topics Sectors Search ilo.org Search ilo.org Menu Home About the ILO Newsroom Meetings and events Publications Research Labour standards Statistics and databases Contact Us ILO in Japan ILO and Japan Short history of ILO in Japan Partnerships with Japan List of Conventions ratified by Japan Projects The future of work Events and meetings Information resources Japan Labour Market Indicators and Policies ILO in Japan Third Tokyo 2020-ILO Sustainability Forum Report (Held on 18 September ... Third Tokyo 2020-ILO Sustainability Forum Report (Held on 18 September 2019) Be better, together: Tokyo 2020 as Game Changers in advancing decent work Summary report of the Third Tokyo 2020-ILO Sustainability Forum jointly organised by the Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (Tokyo 2020)and the International Labour Organization (ILO) Download: Third Tokyo 2020-ILO Sustainability Forum Report (Held on 18 September 2019) Be better, together: Tokyo 2020 as Game Changers in advancing decent work pdf - 1.1 MB Tags: decent work, labour relations, social dialogue, corporate responsibility, multinational enterprises, International Labour Organization Tools This content is available in 日本語 A A+ A++ Print Share this content in © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Third Tokyo 2020-ILO Sustainability Forum Report (Held on 18 September 2019) Be better, together: Tokyo 2020 as Game Changers in advancing decent work Skip to main content ILO Advancing social justice, promoting decent work ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations 日本語 Countries Topics Sectors Search ilo.org Search ilo.org Menu Home About the ILO Newsroom Meetings and events Publications Research Labour standards Statistics and databases Contact Us ILO in Japan ILO and Japan Short history of ILO in Japan Partnerships with Japan List of Conventions ratified by Japan Projects The future of work Events and meetings Information resources Japan Labour Market Indicators and Policies ILO in Japan Third Tokyo 2020-ILO Sustainability Forum Report (Held on 18 September ... Third Tokyo 2020-ILO Sustainability Forum Report (Held on 18 September 2019) Be better, together: Tokyo 2020 as Game Changers in advancing decent work Summary report of the Third Tokyo 2020-ILO Sustainability Forum jointly organised by the Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (Tokyo 2020)and the International Labour Organization (ILO) Download: Third Tokyo 2020-ILO Sustainability Forum Report (Held on 18 September 2019) Be better, together: Tokyo 2020 as Game Changers in advancing decent work pdf - 1.1 MB Tags: decent work, labour relations, social dialogue, corporate responsibility, multinational enterprises, International Labour Organization Tools This content is available in 日本語 A A+ A++ Print Share this content in © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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STATEMENT /SUBMITTED BY INTERNATIONAL PLANNED PARENTHOOD FEDERATION (IPPF)
Integration of nutrition and sexual and reproductive health and rights is critical At a time in their life cycle when they have higher iron needs, girls often face steep barriers to accessing adequate nutrition, including gender discrimination and negative social and cultural norms, meaning girls are more often malnourished as they eat last and least.3 Women and girls are twice as likely to suffer from malnutrition as men and boys, and adolescent girls are most at risk. 4 Anaemia impacts 300 million adolescent girls and is one of the most off-track global health targets, despite the fact that iron and folic acid supplementation can efficaciously reduce anaemia and disability.5 Malnutrition, its consequences such as anaemia, and stigmatization of menstruation can make learning difficult, impacting girls’ ability to learn in schools, achieve higher education levels, obtain fairly remunerated employment and participate actively in their communities.6 Undernutrition is strongly associated with less schooling, reduced economic activity, and lower infant birthweight. 7 These violations negatively impact rights to life, health, food, education, and freedom of __________________ 2 Nutrition International, 3 reasons why integrating nutrition and family planning is a game changer (July 2017), https://www.nutritionintl.org/2017/07/3-reasons-integrating-nutrition- family-planning-game-changer/. 3 Nutrition International, Bringing nutrition and sexual and reproductive health together for women and girls (Oct 2019), https://www.nutritionintl.org/2019/10/bringing-nutrition-and- sexual-and-reproductive-health-together-for-women-and-girls/. 4 Nutrition International, 3 reasons why integrating nutrition and family planning is a game changer. 5 Ibid. 6 Ibid. 7 C. (...) SGBV is a structural issue embedded in social systems and institutions, based on and reinforcing gender inequality and harmful, patriarchal gender stereotypes and social norms.14 For example, numerous laws and practices legitimize efforts to control women’s sexual and reproductive behaviour, especially adolescent girls. 15 __________________ 8 Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights, Open consultation on Youth & Human Rights, Joint submission by The YP Foundation, Queer Alliance, Network for Adolescents and Youth of Africa, Centre for Youth Empowerment and Civil Education, CHOICE for Youth and Sexuality, January 2018, available at https://www.ohchr.org/Documents/Issues/Youth/Choice YouthSexuality.docx. 9 Nutrition International, 3 reasons why integrating nutrition and family planning is a game changer. 10 Ibid. 11 Avert, Women and Girls, HIV and AIDS (last updated Oct 2019), https://www.avert.org/ professionals/hiv-social-issues/key-affected-populations/women. 12 UNAIDS, Women and HIV: A Spotlight on Adolescent Girls and Young Women , (2019) p. 3, available at https://www.unaids.org/sites/default/files/media_asset/2019_women-and-hiv_en.pdf. 13 Spotlight Initiative, “UN Secretary-General António Guterres calls for a ‘ceasefire’ in homes as violence against women and girls surges” April 5, 2020, https://www.spotlightinitiative.org/ fr/node/18943#:~:text=UN%20Secretary%2DGeneral%20Ant%C3%B3nio%20Guterres,and%20 girls%20surges%20%7C%20Spotlight%20Initiative. 14 Sinha et al, Structural Violence on Women: An Impediment to Women Empowerment , Indian J Community Med. 2017 Jul-Sep; 42(3): 134-137. 15 Report of the Working Group on the issue of discrimination against women in law and in practice, Women deprived of liberty (May 2019) UN Doc. (...) Harmful patriarchal gender norms that discriminate against women and girls must be eliminated through revising laws and policies which discriminate on the basis of gender in law or in practice, norms-changing educational campaigns, and gender- transformative social, legal, political, financial and other policies
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OUTCOME OF THE ASIA-PACIFIC BUSINESS FORUM 2019
Digital connectivity can be a major game changer in developing countries of the Asia-Pacific region. (...) The panel sessions held discussions on the following themes: climate change and disaster for SMEs; infrastructure and connectivity game changers for the non- urban Asia-Pacific; inclusive business; emerging opportunities in resources and energy; and SME value chain integration in the agriculture, fisheries and tourism industries. 6. (...) Panel session 2a: Infrastructure and connectivity game changers 18. This session was moderated by Mr.
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FoodTech Innovation Revolution: The 2022 Game-Changers | E-Agriculture Skip to main content About FAO In Action Countries Themes Media Publications Statistics Partnerships Toggle navigation Home Activity Themes Countries News and Events Resources Forum Get Involved FoodTech Innovation Revolution: The 2022 Game-Changers Event 11.05.2022 FoodTech Innovation Revolution: The 2022 Game-Changers The Data-Driven and Digital Team is excited to launch a new, monthly FoodTech Innovation Webinar Series! (...) The webinar will feature an ultimate list of food and beverage innovations from a newly released “Game-Changers 2022” Spoonshot report. Spoonshot analyzed more than 7000 foodtech startups and measured their innovativeness using several criteria including novel ingredients, health benefits, and consumer reviews.
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Tackling social norms a game changer for gender inequalities | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Arab States Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Home Arab States Publications Tackling social norms a game changer for gender inequalities Tackling social norms a game changer for gender inequalities Tackling social norms a game changer for gender inequalities March 4, 2020 The world is not on track to achieve gender equality by 2030.
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