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GB.274/SDL/1 - Consejo de Administración La OIT es una agencia especializada de las Naciones Unidas Acerca de la OIT Temas Regiones Eventos y reuniones Publicaciones Investigación Normas del
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Score: 115691.11 - https://www.ilo.org/public/spa...s/relm/gb/docs/gb274/sdl-1.htm
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At the same time, the garment sector in Pakistan is characterised by persistent decent work deficits, including poor working conditions, and low wages. The raw gender pay gap in the garment sector in Pakistan is approximately 57.3 per cent . (...) Supported two key stakeholder forums: The Garment Sector Stakeholders’ Forum (GSSF) and the Pakistan Buyers’ Forum (PBF): o   The Garment Sector Stakeholders’ Forum (GSSF) strengthens linkages between key stakeholders in the garment sector, and provides opportunities for information and best practice sharing, as well as for stakeholder consultation. o   The Pakistan Buyers’ Forum (PBF) is convened jointly by the ILO, the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the Dutch Embassy in Pakistan and the IDH – The Sustainable Trade Initiative.
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Score: 1143002.7 - https://www.ilo.org/islamabad/...WCMS_355680/lang--en/index.htm
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The seminar was attended by 60 participants in Sialkot and 80 participants in Lahore including the representatives of Sialkot Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI), Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Sialkot sports goods industry, Pakistan Readymade Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association (PRGMEA), representatives of textile and garments industry, hosiery manufacturers and leather and tannery industries.
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Score: 740978.86 - https://www.ilo.org/islamabad/...WCMS_765695/lang--ja/index.htm
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Events Second session: Team of Specialists on Environmental, Social and Governance Traceability of Sustainable Value Chains in the Circular Economy First meeting : Team of Specialists on Environmental, Social and Governance Traceability of Sustainable Value Chains in the Circular Economy Documents Mandate and Terms of Reference of the Team of Specialists on Environmental, Social and Governance Traceability of Sustainable Value Chains in the Circular Economy Executive Summary for Policymakers: Enhancing Transparency and Traceability of Sustainable Value Chains in the Garment and Footwear Sector Report – Enhancing Sustainability and Circularity in the Garment and Footwear Sector: Policy Developments and Industry Perspectives on Traceability and Transparency Fishery UNECE-UN/CEFACT developed the UN/FLUX data-exchange standard, which allows electronic reporting of fisheries catch information and the implementation of electronic controls and collection of crucial statistical data for sustainable use of the most important food source of this planet. Garment and footwear UNECE-UN/CEFACT is implementing the project “ Enhancing transparency and traceability for sustainable value chains in the garment and footwear industry ” which produced a toolbox including policy recommendations, implementation guidelines, a global information exchange standard, and a blockchain system to advance traceability, transparency and sustainability of complex and global value chains in a sector which poses significant risks for workers and the environment.
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Score: 955316.2 - https://unece.org/es/node/362105
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Score: 719465.4 - https://unece.org/ar/node/44
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HIV, AIDS and child labour Gender issues and child labour Sectors and topics Child labour statistics ICLS and Child Labour Surveys Action against child labour Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and child labour Child Labour Platform (CLP) Social dialogue and child labour Child labour and education Education in the work of IPEC Child labour and Education for All Group Task Force on Child Labour and Education for All Non-formal education and training Formal education and the prevention of child labour Education and social moblization Teachers, educators and their organizations Other ILO departments Child labour monitoring (CLM) Training materials Labour inspection Time-bound programmes (TBP) Projects Partners Governments Employers Workers NGOs Teachers How IPEC works with teachers Improvement of working and employment conditions for teachers IPEC teachers' information kit Teachers, educators and their organizations as agents of social change What teachers' organizations can do in the fight to eliminate child labour Regions and countries Campaign and advocacy Events News Publications and resources Publications eLearning tools on child labour Slideshows CLEAR Cotton project supports: 2021: International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour Alliance 8.7 Child Labour Platform (CLP) 50 for Freedom "Music against Child Labour" Initiative ILO home About the ILO How the ILO works Departments and offices International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC) Projects Child labour projects CLEAR Cotton CLEAR Cotton: Eliminating child labour and forced labour in the cotton, textile and garment value chains: an integrated approach The CLEAR Cotton project supports the elimination of child labour and forced labour in the cotton, textile and garment value chains in target producing countries (Burkina Faso, Mali, Pakistan, and Peru). (...) At a glance Duration: March 2018 - February 2022 (4 years) Budget: EUR 9,000,000 (European Union € 7.5 million, ILO € 1.5 million) Project code: GLO/17/15/EUR Partners: Governments, employers’ and workers’ organizations, private sector, cooperatives, civil society organizations, media Countries covered:  Burkina Faso, Mali, Pakistan and Peru Beneficiaries: Children and their families working at any level of the cotton, garment and textile production chains Victims of forced labour and workers at risk of forced labour Key ministries and other governmental agencies Employers’ and workers’ organizations Enterprises Media Project Objectives The project aims at contributing to the elimination of child labour and forced labour in the cotton, textile and garment value chains in target producing countries. (...) SO1: Enhanced compliance with legislative and regulatory frameworks and implementation of policies to eradicate child labour and forced labour in the cotton, textile and garment value chains. SO2: Reduced recourse to child and forced labour by local communities with enhanced economic opportunities in selected cotton growing/processing districts.
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Score: 1015130.4 - https://www.ilo.org/ipec/proje...clearcotton/lang--nl/index.htm
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Musicians can submit their competition entries to one of three categories: a global category for all artists; a grassroots category for music projects involving children affected by child labour; and a CLEAR Cotton project category for national competitions run in Burkina Faso, Mali, Pakistan and Peru, where the project works with partners to combat child labour and forced labour in the cotton, textile and garment value chains. Winners will be selected by a panel of technical and music experts, based on musical quality, the relevance of the message, song originality, and the inclusion of a call to action.
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Enhancing Traceability and Transparency for Sustainable Value Chains in Garment and Footwear Improving transparency and traceability is a priority for the garment and footwear industry to increase its ability to manage the value chains more effectively, identify and address labour and human rights violations and environmental impacts and handle reputational risks, while embracing more sustainable production and consumption patterns.
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Score: 595492 - https://unece.org/ar/node/19478
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Events Second session: Team of Specialists on Environmental, Social and Governance Traceability of Sustainable Value Chains in the Circular Economy First meeting : Team of Specialists on Environmental, Social and Governance Traceability of Sustainable Value Chains in the Circular Economy Documents Mandate and Terms of Reference of the Team of Specialists on Environmental, Social and Governance Traceability of Sustainable Value Chains in the Circular Economy Executive Summary for Policymakers: Enhancing Transparency and Traceability of Sustainable Value Chains in the Garment and Footwear Sector Report – Enhancing Sustainability and Circularity in the Garment and Footwear Sector: Policy Developments and Industry Perspectives on Traceability and Transparency Fishery UNECE-UN/CEFACT developed the UN/FLUX data-exchange standard, which allows electronic reporting of fisheries catch information and the implementation of electronic controls and collection of crucial statistical data for sustainable use of the most important food source of this planet. Garment and footwear UNECE-UN/CEFACT is implementing the project “ Enhancing transparency and traceability for sustainable value chains in the garment and footwear industry ” which produced a toolbox including policy recommendations, implementation guidelines, a global information exchange standard, and a blockchain system to advance traceability, transparency and sustainability of complex and global value chains in a sector which poses significant risks for workers and the environment.
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Score: 955316.2 - https://unece.org/ru/node/362105
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Events Second session: Team of Specialists on Environmental, Social and Governance Traceability of Sustainable Value Chains in the Circular Economy First meeting : Team of Specialists on Environmental, Social and Governance Traceability of Sustainable Value Chains in the Circular Economy Documents Mandate and Terms of Reference of the Team of Specialists on Environmental, Social and Governance Traceability of Sustainable Value Chains in the Circular Economy Executive Summary for Policymakers: Enhancing Transparency and Traceability of Sustainable Value Chains in the Garment and Footwear Sector Report – Enhancing Sustainability and Circularity in the Garment and Footwear Sector: Policy Developments and Industry Perspectives on Traceability and Transparency Fishery UNECE-UN/CEFACT developed the UN/FLUX data-exchange standard, which allows electronic reporting of fisheries catch information and the implementation of electronic controls and collection of crucial statistical data for sustainable use of the most important food source of this planet. Garment and footwear UNECE-UN/CEFACT is implementing the project “ Enhancing transparency and traceability for sustainable value chains in the garment and footwear industry ” which produced a toolbox including policy recommendations, implementation guidelines, a global information exchange standard, and a blockchain system to advance traceability, transparency and sustainability of complex and global value chains in a sector which poses significant risks for workers and the environment.
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Score: 955316.2 - https://unece.org/fr/node/362105
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