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WRITTEN STATEMENT SUBMITTED BY THE ODHIKAR - COALITION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, A NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION IN SPECIAL CONSULTATIVE STATUS
For four consecutive days I was forcibly taken to the camp and they tortured me in the same style. On the fifth day I left my village and finally reached Bangladesh. (...) Case Study 4: Name: Parvin (F/Married/20) “Around 20 Burmese soldiers, accompanied by 10 to 15 Buddhist men in plain clothes, attacked our village. They beat up my husband (Motaleb/30) and dragged him away. (...) Then, at gunpoint they forced me to take off the clothes of my two teenage daughters and raped them before my eyes.
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Score: 1025898.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=A/HRC/34/NGO/146&Lang=E
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The fashion industry is a $2.5 trillion-dollar industry that employs approximately 60 million people worldwide, most of them women. Clothing production doubled from 2000 to 2014, and the number of garments purchased each year by the average consumer increased by 60 percent.1 Undoubtedly, fashion has a global impact on the economy and the environment. [Partnerships for the SDGs and sustainable fashion] 1 McKinsey report from 2016 https://www.mckinsey.com/business-functions/sustainability-and-resource-productivity/our-insights/style-thats-sustainable-a-new-fast-fashion-formula Page 2 of 3 Mitigating the sustainability impact of the fast-fashion business will likely require action across the industry, across governments, and across citizens.
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Score: 1025687.3 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...fashion-summit-01-feb-2019.pdf
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TELEGRAM DATED 65/07/11 FROM THE SECRETARY-GENERAL OF THE ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATES TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL OF THE UNITED NATIONS
It is useless to state that there are antecedents or elements that might lead to other identifications: a tattoo on the forearm of one of the cadavers; a name uritten on the clothing of a second, and initials written on the clothing of a third, not to mention other less concrete indications. 6. (...) Likewise, because near the spots we found remains of arms, clothing, and other things left behind, presumably by the murderers and their victims. (...) Upon rermval of the clothing a projectile was found, kept by the Committee for sobse+ent study. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
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Score: 1024921.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce....nsf/get?open&DS=S/6522&Lang=E
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UNICEF/UN0538111/Rooftop Productions I am happy that I have learned to sew different clothes [...] This is what makes me the happiest.” (...) The skills she has gained to sew and design clothing through the reintegration programme help her to focus on the future. (...) “I am happy that I have learned to sew different clothes, local designs and styles for men and women”, she says.
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Score: 1019436.2 - https://www.unicef.org/wca/sto...cted-now-sewing-her-way-future
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UNHCR - The Hungarian entrepreneur who styled a new life in Canada Donate Do you need help? (...) The details were scarce – all he knew was William owned a store selling clothing and furniture – but he filled in the gaps with youthful fantasy. (...) In the back of Tom's shop, a row of tailors work meticulously on heaps of clothing, representing the legacy of the market. Tran Duc Tu, who fled Vietnam as a refugee in 1977, has worked with Tom for 15 years.
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Score: 1017175.4 - https://www.unhcr.org/news/sto...ur-styled-new-life-canada.html
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UNHCR - The Hungarian entrepreneur who styled a new life in Canada Donate Do you need help? (...) The details were scarce – all he knew was William owned a store selling clothing and furniture – but he filled in the gaps with youthful fantasy. (...) In the back of Tom's shop, a row of tailors work meticulously on heaps of clothing, representing the legacy of the market. Tran Duc Tu, who fled Vietnam as a refugee in 1977, has worked with Tom for 15 years.
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Score: 1017175.4 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-ie/ne...ur-styled-new-life-canada.html
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UNHCR - The Hungarian entrepreneur who styled a new life in Canada Donate Do you need help? (...) The details were scarce – all he knew was William owned a store selling clothing and furniture – but he filled in the gaps with youthful fantasy. (...) In the back of Tom's shop, a row of tailors work meticulously on heaps of clothing, representing the legacy of the market. Tran Duc Tu, who fled Vietnam as a refugee in 1977, has worked with Tom for 15 years.
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Score: 1017175.4 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-au/ne...ur-styled-new-life-canada.html
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UNHCR - The Hungarian entrepreneur who styled a new life in Canada Donate Do you need help? (...) The details were scarce – all he knew was William owned a store selling clothing and furniture – but he filled in the gaps with youthful fantasy. (...) In the back of Tom's shop, a row of tailors work meticulously on heaps of clothing, representing the legacy of the market. Tran Duc Tu, who fled Vietnam as a refugee in 1977, has worked with Tom for 15 years.
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Score: 1017175.4 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-my/ne...ur-styled-new-life-canada.html
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Following the International Labour Conference in June, the 337th session of the ILO Governing Body approved the programme of work and results framework for 2020-21, which is the first step in the implementation of the vision and priorities identified in the Centenary Declaration for the Future of Work. ≫ More about the Future of Work ≫Press release (8th November 2019) ILO Governing Body concludes 337th session Future of Work National Dialogue in Japan Technological innovations such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Japan’s demographic traits such as aging population with declining birthrate are expected to bring significant changes to the industrial and employment structures and socioeconomic systems, and call for more diverse and flexible work styles to working individuals. The national dialogue on the Future of Work took place on 12 May 2017 co-hosted by the Japan Institute for Labour Policy and Training (JILPT) and the ILO. (...) Moreover, as initiatives are being implemented in Japan towards the realization of “Work Style Reform” based on the Action Plan for the Realization of Work Style Reform drafted through discussions by the representatives of workers and employers as well as experts in the Council for the Realization of Work Style Reform, discussions and experiences of Japan are expected to make great contributions to the ILO’s Future of Work Initiative. ≫Future of Work 2035 - For Everyone to Shine (report) ≫Action Plan for the Realization of Work Style Reform (Website of the Prime Minister of Japan and His Cabinet) Interview Article with Professor Atsushi Seike, a Member of the ILO’s Global Commission on the Future of Work The ILO Office for Japan conducted an interview with Professor Atsushi Seike (Professor of Labor Economics, Keio University), who will participate from Japan in the ILO’s Global Commission on the Future of Work.
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Score: 1016739.1 - http://www.ilo.org/tokyo/fow/lang--en/index.htm
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Following the International Labour Conference in June, the 337th session of the ILO Governing Body approved the programme of work and results framework for 2020-21, which is the first step in the implementation of the vision and priorities identified in the Centenary Declaration for the Future of Work. ≫ More about the Future of Work ≫Press release (8th November 2019) ILO Governing Body concludes 337th session Future of Work National Dialogue in Japan Technological innovations such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Japan’s demographic traits such as aging population with declining birthrate are expected to bring significant changes to the industrial and employment structures and socioeconomic systems, and call for more diverse and flexible work styles to working individuals. The national dialogue on the Future of Work took place on 12 May 2017 co-hosted by the Japan Institute for Labour Policy and Training (JILPT) and the ILO. (...) Moreover, as initiatives are being implemented in Japan towards the realization of “Work Style Reform” based on the Action Plan for the Realization of Work Style Reform drafted through discussions by the representatives of workers and employers as well as experts in the Council for the Realization of Work Style Reform, discussions and experiences of Japan are expected to make great contributions to the ILO’s Future of Work Initiative. ≫Future of Work 2035 - For Everyone to Shine (report) ≫Action Plan for the Realization of Work Style Reform (Website of the Prime Minister of Japan and His Cabinet) Interview Article with Professor Atsushi Seike, a Member of the ILO’s Global Commission on the Future of Work The ILO Office for Japan conducted an interview with Professor Atsushi Seike (Professor of Labor Economics, Keio University), who will participate from Japan in the ILO’s Global Commission on the Future of Work.
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Score: 1016739.1 - https://www.ilo.org/tokyo/fow/lang--en/index.htm
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