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Reasonable accommodation measures, whether tangible or intangible, may consist in adjustments or adaptations that allow persons with disabilities to access, participate and progress in areas covered by the law. (...) A few examples of existing practices at national level: · Create "Discrimination Focal Points" (to implement preventive actions, provide support to alleged victims and facilitate mediation/referral); · Provide information/awareness-raising sessions on anti-discrimination legislation and “reasonable accommodation” measures (for persons with disabilities and stakeholders from all relevant areas as public services, construction, transportation, health, education, etc.); · Make free assistance available for the planning and construction of accessible public infrastructure (e.g. from a specialized architect); · Create awards for entities that apply universal design; · Implement access audits of premises/buildings/facilities; · Create quotas for employment of persons with disabilities in public administrations. (...) DPOs) on appropriate types of assistance (consumers panels); · Provide coaching services for employees/employers (to facilitate agreement on reasonable adjustments/adaptations); · Ensure an “access officer” is responsible for coordinating assistance to persons with disabilities; · Create accessible complaint mechanisms/procedures; · In application forms for conferences, make sure participants are invited to list their specific needs; · Review procurement policies to build accessibility into the procurement process; · When necessary, create new assignments for employees who have developed a disability. ----
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Score: 973235.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...AndReasonableAccommodation.doc
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 Will transitional/adjustment costs for the poor be higher than for the non-poor? (...) Agriculture accounts for more than three quarters of employment, 40 percent of output and a third of total exports ♦ More than 20 million Ethiopians remain in extreme poverty and the majority of the poor reside in rural areas and engage in agriculture ♦ Creating jobs in rural areas—where the majority of the youth live—is of utmost importance ♦ The poor depend on agriculture. (...) Exploiting opportunities in overseas markets for increased exports can increase demand and allow an increase in firm scale while access to critical imported intermediate inputs, technology and investment can enhance productivity throughout the economy. 9 10 TRADE POLICIES: ISSUES WITH REGARD TO EXPORT GROWTH AND POVERTY REDUCTION Ethiopia levies HIGH TRADE TARIFFS increasing the cost of consumer products and creating an anti-export bias: 17.4% average compared to 9.5% for Vietnam.
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Score: 972862.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._presentation_paul_brenton.pdf
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Participants had a particular interest in creating a platform for international sharing of software and components for official statistics. (...) It will provide a such barriers and creating a technical platform for software sharing, the participants created a Task Force that will formulate a plan of action by September 2008. (...) Facts and Figures Industrial Production Index, 2005=100 Original and seasonally adjusted statistics continued common language for statisticians from various countries.
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Score: 971725.2 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...2008/UNECE_Weekly_2008-267.pdf
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It is the nature of structural change that it destroys jobs in certain locations, certain sectors and for certain groups but creates jobs in other locations, other sectors and for other groups of workers, and this makes adjustment difficult and painful. (...) Towards a permanent “adjustment management system”? While continuity rather than sudden change characterises adjustment policies, the lists of instruments that have been used to adjust to the effects of free trade and globalization in a socially responsible way provide evidence of a gradual evolution in priorities. (...) So, while in theory active public (or public/private) labour market policies are required, means have to be found to make them more efficient in helping the reallocation of workers, 12 which is difficult if jobs are rationed. To do that and create an efficient “adjustment management system” several conditions must apply.
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Score: 970908.4 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_363981.pdf
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It is the nature of structural change that it destroys jobs in certain locations, certain sectors and for certain groups but creates jobs in other locations, other sectors and for other groups of workers, and this makes adjustment difficult and painful. (...) Towards a permanent “adjustment management system”? While continuity rather than sudden change characterises adjustment policies, the lists of instruments that have been used to adjust to the effects of free trade and globalization in a socially responsible way provide evidence of a gradual evolution in priorities. (...) So, while in theory active public (or public/private) labour market policies are required, means have to be found to make them more efficient in helping the reallocation of workers, 12 which is difficult if jobs are rationed. To do that and create an efficient “adjustment management system” several conditions must apply.
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Score: 970908.4 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...eetingdocument/wcms_363981.pdf
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The ability of the operator to adjust to the operating budget, and have enough human and financial resources, helps the operator maintain operations according to the plan. (...) Avoid contracting operator companies and suppliers specifically created to serve the project without bankable guarantees or mother-company guarantees. (...) Avoid construction companies and resource suppliers specifically created to serve the project. Technology and technical risks Construction risks, such as equipment malfunctions or malpractice, can threaten the operational phase or prevent the project from operating at all.
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Score: 969753.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page59.html
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These mass arrivals will not be held back by criminalizing them, building enormous walls in borders, detention camps or creating administrative and even military barriers. (...) Such is the case of the so called “Cuban Adjustment Act” and the “wet- foot-dry-foot" policy, implemented by the United States against Cuba. (...) The “wet-foot-dry-foot" policy ensures the implementation of the “Cuban adjustment” to migrants who manage to set foot on U.S. soil, while those who are intercepted at sea are returned to their country of origin.
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Score: 968589.6 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...ents/2016/trusteeship/cuba.pdf
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Consequently, the fiscal adjustment requirements have been intense, with noticeable spillovers across the region, for example, in the area of trade. (...) In response, ECLAC has offered a proposal for debt relief, which can help to free-up fiscal space and create the environment for advancing sustainable development. (...) The theme is “The Debt burden: Balancing adjustment with sustainable development in the Caribbean”.
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Score: 967143.4 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...ept_note_19_feb_2016_final.pdf
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However, some others pointed out that the pre- accession agreements that the EU had with the 10 accession countries had already created a free circulation of goods (with the exception of agricultural products) quite some time before the actual accession date, so that, in reality, further adjustments for non-accession countries in this area would be limited. 8. (...) In the following, roman numerals indicate the summary titles created by the secretariat, letters indicate the summary titles created by the discussion groups and bullet points are the contributions from individual participants. (...) In the following, roman numerals indicate the summary titles created by the secretariat, alpha letters indicate the summary titles created by the discussion groups and bullet points are the contributions from individual participants.
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Score: 967076.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/trade/ctied9/trd_05_09e.pdf
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However, some others pointed out that the pre-accession agreements that the EU had with the 10 accession countries had already created a free circulation of goods (with the exception of agricultural products) quite some time before the actual accession date, so that, in reality, further adjustments for non-accession countries in this area would be limited. 8. (...) In the following, roman numerals indicate the summary titles created by the secretariat, letters indicate the summary titles created by the discussion groups and bullet points are the contributions from individual participants. (...) In the following, roman numerals indicate the summary titles created by the secretariat, alpha letters indicate the summary titles created by the discussion groups and bullet points are the contributions from individual participants.
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Score: 967076.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/trade/ctied9/trd_05_09e.doc
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