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The role of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) is vital in implementing such participatory approach, as is the need for research to strengthen the knowledge base for policymaking. Adjustments to social protection systems, the labour market and health care constitute the core of ageing related policy interventions in many countries and the policy options and good practices in these areas will receive much attention in the panel sessions. However, governments recognize that it is crucial to go beyond the adjustments motivated mainly by fiscal concerns and achieve a change in the mindset, towards more flexible views that accommodate active participation in society of people of all ages. (...) Member States therefore need to make adjustments that are sustainable in the long run. The third day of the conference, 8 November, features the adoption of the Ministerial Declaration, which identifies priorities for future action.
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Score: 929803.5 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2007/07gen_p12e.htm
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The data life-cycle monitoring functional component is responsible for monitoring data availability, preservation and usage frequency during the entire data life- cycle from creating, storing, using, sharing, archiving, and destroying data. (...) According to the different frequency of data usage, data processing and data management schemes are adjusted in the process of data life-cycle. For example, in the data storage process, data that are accessed more frequently will be stored on faster, but more expensive storage media, while less critical data will be stored on cheaper, but slower media. 7.3.3.2 Data policy management functional component The data policy management functional component is responsible for creating, modifying and deleting data policies, such as data provenance sharing policy, data license policy and data preservation policy. (...) This functional component provides: – the ability to create data policies, such as the creation of data sharing policy, data license policy and data price policy according to various usage requirements.
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Score: 929050.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...a/files/basic-html/page56.html
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The logic of the email generated during the "Approve and award" functionality is adjusted to include "Premium Economy" when it is selected.   (...) RFC-6100000700                     (4 Sep) External Reference                 N/A Description This is to create new roles for BINUH users for PK Go Live.   (...) Vbcode refresh of a back end hidden sheet (LOC_SELECT1) is adjusted to REFRESH upon opening and now the data is retrieved properly.  
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Score: 927801.2 - https://umoja.un.org/fr/news/u...er-%E2%80%93-30-september-2019
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The logic of the email generated during the "Approve and award" functionality is adjusted to include "Premium Economy" when it is selected.   (...) RFC-6100000700                     (4 Sep) External Reference                 N/A Description This is to create new roles for BINUH users for PK Go Live.   (...) Vbcode refresh of a back end hidden sheet (LOC_SELECT1) is adjusted to REFRESH upon opening and now the data is retrieved properly.  
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Score: 927801.2 - https://umoja.un.org/fr/node/3465
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The logic of the email generated during the "Approve and award" functionality is adjusted to include "Premium Economy" when it is selected.   (...) RFC-6100000700                     (4 Sep) External Reference                 N/A Description This is to create new roles for BINUH users for PK Go Live.   (...) Vbcode refresh of a back end hidden sheet (LOC_SELECT1) is adjusted to REFRESH upon opening and now the data is retrieved properly.  
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Score: 927801.2 - https://umoja.un.org/news/umoj...er-%E2%80%93-30-september-2019
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The logic of the email generated during the "Approve and award" functionality is adjusted to include "Premium Economy" when it is selected.   (...) RFC-6100000700                     (4 Sep) External Reference                 N/A Description This is to create new roles for BINUH users for PK Go Live.   (...) Vbcode refresh of a back end hidden sheet (LOC_SELECT1) is adjusted to REFRESH upon opening and now the data is retrieved properly.  
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Score: 927801.2 - https://umoja.un.org/node/3465
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How has your Government used monetary, fiscal and trade policies to create employment and promote decent work for all, while ensuring social inclusion and environmental protection? (...) The purpose of this plan was to act on both sides of the labour market, establishing favourable conditions for companies to create sustainable and highly skilled jobs, and creating opportunities for young people entering the labour market, offering them traineeships or certified vocational training with a view to a sustainable future work relationship. (...) Bearing in mind that the qualification requirements are variable in space and time, IEFP’s Vocational Training Centres offer is flexible enough to adjust and meet the needs of companies and people.
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Score: 927329.8 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/i...egration/2015/pdf/portugal.pdf
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But in return for this financial support, the countries had to accept harsh structural adjustment programmes that required rapid fiscal consolidation and legal changes. (...) It supports the view - also held by an increasing number of experts - that the medicine prescribed by structural adjustment programmes has limits, and in some cases can even slow recovery and make those adjustments more painful. This study challenges the conventional wisdom that adjustment can be accelerated and international competitiveness rapidly restored simply by reducing labour costs and increasing labour market flexibility.
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Score: 926280.7 - https://www.ilo.org/global/abo...WCMS_647200/lang--en/index.htm
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 Confronting the Crisis Insight 4: The Impact of the Economic Crisis on ICTs and their Role in Recovery The global economic crisis has intensifi ed pres-sure money “strategically” to create jobs now and for the future or spend their money as they have tradition-ally on governments around the world to develop stimulus programs that will result in creating jobs and create revenue. (...) Countries can choose to spend their and homes to monitor and adjust usage; 27
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Score: 924580.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...s2/web/WebSearch/page0029.html
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Panel Policy – Policy responses and labor market adjustments in Latin America and the Caribbean -- Panel Policy -- Policy Responses and Labor Market Adjustments in Latin America and the Caribbean Jorge Arbache BNDES Eclac, Santiago, June 15, 2011 Globalization and labor markets • A lot of trade-related issues going on, from income inequality to job creation to working conditions, to poverty and so on, as presented in this Conference • From the mid 1990s to mid 2000s thousands of pages published on “Trade and Labor Markets”, many of them on LAC Are there new issues to be addressed? Yes, because a lot has changed over the last years • China and other emerging economies • Financial crisis • More volatile world, more uncertainty • Intra-industry trade China • Growth rate of many LAC countries highly correlated to China’s growth rate • South-South relationship that resembles the very typical North-South relationship – Commodity-based exports – Dutch disease – Manufacturing imports • Main trade partner: Brazil, Argentina, Ecuador, etc • Main trade competitor: Mexico, El Salvador etc • Active exchange rate policy Financial crisis • Fiscal and monetary policies in developed countries: exchange rate, commodity prices • Stagnation in developed countries • Subsidies e.g. agriculture, ethanol • Immigration and remittances • Protectionism and trade preferences • Doha stalled All this may help explain some recent empirical evidence • HO-SS was contested in the past, but now has gained more support • Jobs created mostly in the service sector, not in tradable and commodity sectors – Informality, job quality, low productivity – Mining and agriculture  becoming capital intensive • Wage premium in commodity sector (copper, oil, gas) e.g.
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Score: 923306.4 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...presentacion_jorge_arbache.pdf
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