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Message at the launch of the ILO Japan Bringing Back Jobs Safely under the COVID-19 Crisis in the Philippines: Rebooting Small and Informal Businesses Safely and Digitally By Mr Khalid Hassan, Director, ILO Country Office for the Philippines at the launch of the ILO Japan Bringing Back Jobs Safely under the COVID-19 Crisis in the Philippines: Rebooting Small and Informal Businesses Safely and Digitally, 15 July 2021, Manila, Philippines Statement | Manila, Philippines | 15 July 2021 Secretary Silvestre Bello III of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), Secretary Ramon Lopez of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), Secretary Gregorio Honasan II of the Department of Information and Communication Technology (DICT), Secretary Noel Felongco of the National Anti-Poverty Commission represented by Executive Head Assistant Mr Eduardo Tonogbanua, His Excellency Ambassador Koshikawa Kazuhiko of the Embassy of Japan in the Philippines, Employers and workers representatives led by Mr Sergio Ortiz-Luis, Jr., President of the Employers Confederation of the Philippines (ECOP) and Sister Joanna Bernice Coronacion, Deputy Secretary-General of the Sentro ng mga Nagkakaisa at Progresibong Manggagawa (SENTRO), Government officials and partners, Safety and health advocates, MSME development supporters, Distinguished guests, journalists, colleagues, Ladies and gentlemen, A warm welcome to all of you as we launch this new initiative. The International Labour Organization is grateful to co-organize with the Embassy of Japan today, the launch of the project – “Bringing Back Jobs Safely under the COVID-19 Crisis in the Philippines: Rebooting Small and Informal Businesses Safely and Digitally”. (...) Tags: decent work, employment, economic recovery, enterprises, enterprise development, microenterprises, small enterprises, informal enterprises, partnerships, COVID-19, occupational safety and health, safety training, technology, ILO Programme Regions and countries covered: Asia, Philippines Tools A A+ A++ Print Share this content in COVID-19 and the world of work See also Project Bringing Back Jobs Safely under the COVID-19 Crisis in the Philippines: Rebooting Small and Informal Businesses Safely and Digitally Meeting document Bringing Back Jobs Safely: A presentation at the ILO Japan project launch [pdf 2785KB] Videos DOLE Secretary Silvestre Bello III message at the ILO Japan project launch DICT Secretary Gregorio Honasan II message at the ILO Japan project launch DTI Secretary Ramon Lopez message at the ILO Japan project launch Press release ILO-Japan initiative targets safe return to work for small enterprises © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 384034.28 - https://www.ilo.org/manila/pub...WCMS_814248/lang--en/index.htm
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Regional workshop on bringing terrorists to justice held in Kenya | Security Council Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Security Council Counter-Terrorism Committee Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home About Us Our Mandate Security Council Resolutions General Assembly Resolutions Chair of the Counter-Terrorism Committee Members of the CTC Executive Director of CTED Press Kits What We Do Assessments  CTC Visit Framework Electronic Detailed Implementation Survey Global Implementation Surveys Member States National Reports Research & Analysis Facilitation of Technical Assistance Partnerships Focus Areas Countering the financing of terrorism Border security and arms trafficking Law enforcement Legal issues Human Rights Integrating gender into counter-terrorism Countering violent extremism and terrorist narratives Information and Communications Technologies Foreign Terrorist Fighters Counter-terrorism strategies Publications CTED Publications Security Council/CTC Policy Guidance News and Media Upcoming Events News Newsletter Press Releases Media Coverage Multimedia Statements Press Kits Subscribe Resources CTC/CTED Basic Documents CTC/CTED Founding Documents CTC/CTED Work Programmes Reviews of CTED Working Methods CTC Policy Guidance Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) UN Documents General Assembly Resolutions Reports of Security Council subsidiary bodies Secretary-General’s ISIL reports Security Council Resolutions Security Council Presidential Statements International Legal Instruments Employment Home Regional workshop on bringing terrorists to justice held in Kenya Regional workshop on bringing terrorists to justice held in Kenya   The UN Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate (CTED) and the Government of Kenya, acting in cooperation with the Global Center on Cooperative Security and in accordance with Security Council resolutions 1373 (2001) and 2178 (2014), held a workshop on “Bringing Terrorists to Justice” from 22 to 24 October 2014 at the United Nations Office at Nairobi, the second of its kind.
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Score: 383947.27 - https://www.un.org/securitycouncil/ctc/node/22873
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Regional workshop on bringing terrorists to justice held in Kenya | Security Council Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Security Council Counter-Terrorism Committee Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home About Us Our Mandate Security Council Resolutions General Assembly Resolutions Chair of the Counter-Terrorism Committee Members of the CTC Executive Director of CTED Press Kits What We Do Assessments  CTC Visit Framework Electronic Detailed Implementation Survey Global Implementation Surveys Member States National Reports Research & Analysis Facilitation of Technical Assistance Partnerships Focus Areas Countering the financing of terrorism Border security and arms trafficking Law enforcement Legal issues Human Rights Integrating gender into counter-terrorism Countering violent extremism and terrorist narratives Information and Communications Technologies Foreign Terrorist Fighters Counter-terrorism strategies Publications CTED Publications Security Council/CTC Policy Guidance News and Media Upcoming Events News Newsletter Press Releases Media Coverage Multimedia Statements Press Kits Subscribe Resources CTC/CTED Basic Documents CTC/CTED Founding Documents CTC/CTED Work Programmes Reviews of CTED Working Methods CTC Policy Guidance Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) UN Documents General Assembly Resolutions Reports of Security Council subsidiary bodies Secretary-General’s ISIL reports Security Council Resolutions Security Council Presidential Statements International Legal Instruments Employment Home Regional workshop on bringing terrorists to justice held in Kenya Regional workshop on bringing terrorists to justice held in Kenya   The UN Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate (CTED) and the Government of Kenya, acting in cooperation with the Global Center on Cooperative Security and in accordance with Security Council resolutions 1373 (2001) and 2178 (2014), held a workshop on “Bringing Terrorists to Justice” from 22 to 24 October 2014 at the United Nations Office at Nairobi, the second of its kind.
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Score: 383947.27 - https://www.un.org/securitycou...-terrorists-justice-held-kenya
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UNESCO Cities of Literature bring World Poetry Day into home | Creative Cities Network Skip to main content Languages English Français Español 中文 Toggle navigation Brand ABOUT US Themes Countries Partnerships Join Us Resources Creative Cities Network Toggle navigation Home Creative Cities What's On About us Why Creativity? (...) Annual Conferences Management documents Reporting & monitoring Use of the logo Cities Response to COVID-19 Media and Interviews Contact Join the Network Call for Applications Frequently Asked Questions COVID-19 UNESCO Cities of Literature bring World Poetry Day into home Granada Literature UNESCO Cities of Literature bring World Poetry Day into home When:  Sat, 03/21/2020 Facing the current global outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19), thirteen UNESCO Creative Cities of Literature (Edinburgh, Heidelberg, Kraków, Kuhmo, Ljubljana, Manchester, Melbourne, Montevideo, Nottingham, Óbidos, Reykjavik, Tartu and Ulyanovsk) have taken their World Poetry Day events online with poetry readings, flash-mobs, videos, and publishing on digital platforms. (...) The UNESCO Creative Cities of Literature hope to bring moments of solidarity, joy and solace to the world and to leverage the power of culture and creativity in helping cities and communities during these difficult times.
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Score: 383947.27 - https://en.unesco.org/creative...re-bring-world-poetry-day-home
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Goal Click Refugees: Football photos and stories, unfiltered - UNHCR - Goal Click Goal Click Refugees About Goal Click Refugees Football as a common language in Kakuma Camp, Kenya Football: A glue that binds in Europe Jordan and Zaatari Opening doors for Afghan girls in Australia & Austria A game that unifies after displacement in Africa In Conflict-Torn Eastern Ukraine, Football Offers a Path to Hope ‘It Makes me Feel Free’ – Football Helps Displaced in Spain Find their Feet Teaching Tolerance Through Football in Ukraine Football the icebreaker, bringing unity on and off the pitch in Australia Goal Click Refugees Football photos and stories, unfiltered. (...) Read more Latest Stories   Football the icebreaker, bringing unity on and off the pitch in Australia Teaching Tolerance Through Football in Ukraine ‘It Makes me Feel Free’ – Football Helps Displaced in Spain Find their Feet Latest Stories   Football the icebreaker, bringing unity on and off the pitch in Australia Teaching Tolerance Through Football in Ukraine ‘It Makes me Feel Free’ – Football Helps Displaced in Spain Find their Feet Explore the series Search for: 01 Goal Click Refugees Introduction 02 A common language in Kakuma Camp, Kenya 03 Football: A glue that binds in Europe 04 Goal Click Refugees: Jordan and Zaatari 05 Opening doors for Afghan girls in Australia & Austria 06 A game that unifies after displacement in Africa 07 In Conflict-Torn Eastern Ukraine, Football Offers a Path to Hope 08 ‘It Makes me Feel Free’ – Football Helps Displaced in Spain Find their Feet 09 Teaching Tolerance Through Football in Ukraine. 10 Football the icebreaker, bringing unity on and off the pitch in Australia On social Follow Follow We gave disposable cameras 📸 to refugees around the world 🌏 and asked them to tell the story of their football lives.
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Score: 383947.27 - https://www.unhcr.org/goalclick/
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The Motion seeks to obtain relief from Esad Landzo’s waiver of his right to bring a motion to exclude the Statement from evidence under Sub-rule 73(A)(iii). (...) The Motion is brought under Sub-rule 73(C) for relief from waiver to bring a motion under Sub-rule 73(A). It is relevant to analyse the legal position. 13. (...) The exercise of the right to grant the application was lost by the failure to bring the application within the prescribed time.
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Score: 383389.7 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/mucic/tdec/en/709017325718.htm
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It features clips from interviews conducted with participants who gave their insights on why coherence between agriculture and social protection is important and what issues need to be addressed to bring together the two sectors. Find out more about the workshop How can agriculture and social protection work together to reduce poverty and hunger? What issues need to be addressed to bring together agriculture and social protection? How is South Africa bringing agriculture and social protection together?
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Score: 383377.12 - https://www.fao.org/economic/p...iews-workshop-south-africa/fr/
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Partners, policies and pastoralism: Bringing pastoral voices to the global stage  |Policy Support and Governance| Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations  FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Portal de apoyo a las políticas y la gobernanza COVID-19 Temas de políticas Gobernanza Regiones Herramientas y publicaciones Mecanismos REPOSITORIO DE ACCESO ABIERTO REPOSITORIO DE ACCESO ABIERTO Video / Partners, policies and pastoralism: Bringing pastoral voices to the global stage Millions of pastoralists worldwide provide food and important environmental benefits, yet they have little say in policies that affect them. In this video, experts and pastoral representatives discuss the importance of pastoralism and the role of the Pastoralist Knowledge Hub in bringing together various stakeholders to advocate sustainable pastoralism.
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Score: 383377.12 - https://www.fao.org/policy-sup...esources-details/es/c/1235776/
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Food for the Cities: Dgroups list english FAO Home Food for the cities Food security, nutrition and livelihoods Production systems (UPA) Food marketing and distribution Food processing and street foods Environment and health Policy, planning and institutions Cities: crisis and preparedness Publications Projects Meetings & Events Calendar News Contacts Food for the Cities    >  FCIT  >  Contacts   The discussion list [email protected] brings together people committed to work on the issue related to food, agriculture, urbanization and cities. The Dgroups was set up in 2009 as an online platform offering tools and services that bring individuals and organisations together in the international development community. (...) It is an open platform, with moderated inscription. It brings together people from the public sector (national and local governments, municipalities, and international organizations), private sector, academics, NGOs and civil society.
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Score: 383377.12 - https://www.fao.org/fcit/fcit-contacts/dgroups-list/en/
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BRING THE UN TO A CLASSROOM IN YOUR COMMUNITY! Permanent Mission of Germany - 8 April - 6:30pm Deutsche Gesellschaft für die Vereinten Nationen e. (...) United Nations Association of Germany “Bringing the UN into Classrooms” Youth Education and Participation as Tools to Change the World Do you want to... • learn how to bring the United Nations to high school students? (...) Please RSVP to Miss Jana Maue no later than Friday 6pm CET to: jana.maue@diplo.de Due to new security requirements at the Permanent Mission of Germany, please bring a printed copy of this invitation along with your photo ID in order to gain access to the premises.
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Score: 369188.77 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...oc/7_Flyer_FINAL_DINA5_web.pdf
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