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Stories have covered key topics including working conditions, recruitment, organizing and labour migration policy analysis, including: As Jordan's garment sector grows, activists push for better migrant workers' rights Meet Michelle Santiago, the radio host in Kuwait City who's created a lifeline for abused domestic workers from the Philippines Despite Labour Law, agriculture sector suffers from ‘persistent deficits’ — ILO Domestic Workers Are Using WhatsApp to Organize and Escape Abuse Saudi Arabia Deports Mecca’s Migrants Amid New Economic Reforms Recruitment agencies under fire for ‘demeaning’ domestic workers ads Opinion: The Perils of Housecleaning Abroad How companies circumvent government-backed Wage Protection System to cheat workers Journalists have also sought to share personal and community stories about migrant workers, such as: Indian plumber sings music idol's song, becomes a champ in Dubai Migrants in Lebanon seek to break stereotypes with new radio show Remembering family times, get-togethers and tales from back home (Ramadan Routines) In publishing stories in major news outlets and sharing on social media, the fellows’ stories have reached an audience of millions in the region.
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Score: 321001.83 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_651964/lang--en/index.htm
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  “ I’ll soon have my own ICT company where I will handle and print documents, install mobile apps and configure WIFI and telephones.” 
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Score: 374578.03 - https://www.unicef.org/drcongo.../chadrack-teen-with-big-dreams
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The examples here in Jordan demonstrate that this can be also a smart investment” said SIDA Director General, Ms Carin Jämtin The delegation later visited a woman-owned industrial start up in Amman and engaged in a dialogue with private sector companies who have committed to the adoption of the Women’s Empowerment Principles (WEPs) - a set of 7 Principles offering guidance to business on how to promote gender equality and women’s empowerment in the workplace, marketplace and the community. (...) Under the joint programme, this is paired with capacity building opportunities to national institutions on gender-responsive budget to respond to the COVID-19 impact on the Jordanian economy and communities, including women-owned businesses. “More companies in Jordan are taking concrete actions to promote women’s economic empowerment in the workplace and in the community.
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Score: 405627.86 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_803365/lang--en/index.htm
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The key aims include: Safe and successful labour migration of women workers with legal protection from harm and coercion, and reducing the risks of trafficking before migration takes place. Private sector companies and employers use ethical standards of recruitment and fair employment practices . (...) Be discerning consumers by supporting companies that engage in ethical recruitment and abide by international standards of work practices.
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Score: 398426.76 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_217617/lang--en/index.htm
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In addition to the state-of-the-art equipment, staff at these facilities, including Sister Martha, are getting continuous education and training to build their capacity to provide the unique attention that is required for babies admitted at these facilities.
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Score: 309451.7 - https://www.unicef.org/sierral...-expert-care-and-support-scbus
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De-risking agriculture supply chains: including forests in due diligence processes While the importance of public leadership in creating sustainable food systems cannot be overlooked, actions taken by the private sector are also essential. Companies can integrate forest issues into responsible business practices and policies, particularly through due diligence processes. (...) Public labelling, as developed by Costa Rica, can further enhance market benefits for committed companies, facilitating consumer support for forest-positive business practices.
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Score: 420840.23 - https://www.fao.org/redd/news/detail/zh/c/1507957/
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Editorial: ECLAC Fecha: agosto 1998 Signatura: LC/G.2027 Ver publicación Descargar pdf Descripción Abstract Concentration in liner shipping means that relatively larger shipping companies are increasing their market share at the expense of the remaining smaller players. (...) This leads to larger optimum unit sizes of vessels, ports, and companies, which in turn reduces the number of participants in the long-term market equilibrium. (...) The ones that are most likely to lose are traditional north-south liner shipping companies. It would, however, be a costly misconception of competition if the public sector tried to protect smaller players from its consequences.
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Score: 547695.7 - https://www.cepal.org/es/node/20577
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