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Mr Raymond RANJEVA (Madagascar)  [ Appointed in 2008 ] President of the Madagascar National Academy of Arts, Letters and Sciences; former member (1991–2009), Vice-President (2003–06) and senior judge (2006–09) of the International Court of Justice (ICJ), and President (2005) of the Chamber formed by the ICJ to deal with the Benin/Niger frontier dispute; Bachelor’s degree in Law (1965), University of Madagascar, Antananarivo; Doctorate of Law, University of Paris II; Agrégé of the Faculties of Law and Economics, Public Law and Political Science section, Paris (1972); Doctor honoris causa of the Universities of Limoges, Strasbourg and Bordeaux-Montesquieu; former Professor at the University of Madagascar (1981–91) and other institutions; former First Rector of the University of Antananarivo (1988–90); member of the Malagasy delegation to several international conferences; Head of the Malagasy delegation to the United Nations Conference on Succession of States in respect of Treaties (1976–77); former first Vice-President for Africa of the International Conference of French-speaking Faculties of Law and Political Science (1987–91); member of the Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce; member of the Court of Arbitration for Sport; member and former Vice-President of the Institute of International Law; member of numerous national and international professional and academic societies; Curatorium of the Hague Academy of International Law; member of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace; President of the African Society of International Law since 2012; former Vice-Chairman of the International Law Institute (2015–17); Chairperson of the ILO Commission of Inquiry on Zimbabwe; associate of the Académie de Sciences d’Outre-mer (Paris).
Langue:Anglais
Ponctuation: 54.35 - https://www.ilo.org/global/sta...WCMS_192093/lang--ru/index.htm
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Among others, the CBA includes provisions on: Regulating working hours, wages, and bonuses Improved occupational health and safety both at factories and dorms Equal treatment of all workers A unified contract for migrant workers Union dues check-off Recognition of unions and their right to access factories Settlement mechanisms to deal with contract disputes Annual seniority bonuses for all workers regardless of their nationalities Tags: migrant workers, collective bargaining, collective agreements, international labour standards, manufacturing Regions and countries covered: Jordan Tools This content is available in العربية A A+ A++ Print Share this content in © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
Langue:Anglais
Ponctuation: 96.08 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/inf...WCMS_222594/lang--en/index.htm
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Also as part of the fellowship, the ILO and EJN launched a set of ethical reporting guidelines on labour market issues in the Arab region. The launch occurred at the Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism (ARIJ) Annual Forum 2021, during a panel event entitled “Ethics in Reporting on Labour Market Issues Hosted by EJN & ILO”. (...) Following is a selection of the work the journalists produced during the Fellowship: Lebanon’s teachers: collective failure and individual attempts at survival by Rida Hariri Repercussions of the financial crisis on the relationship between employers and domestic workers in Lebanon by Rida Hariri “Work we invented ourselves”: circumventing closed paths in Lebanon by Sabah Jalloul The women who work in Lebanon’s health sector: the heavy burden of confronting Covid-19 amidst the collapse of the country By Sabah Jalloul A crumbling infrastructure: another aspect of the Lebanese crisis By Hanan Hamdan Revived by the economic crisis: How do workers in local industries deal with the Lebanese crisis? By Hanan Hamdan Hello, how can I help you?
Langue:Anglais
Ponctuation: 154.36 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_832903/lang--en/index.htm
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Mr Raymond RANJEVA (Madagascar)  [ Appointed in 2008 ] President of the Madagascar National Academy of Arts, Letters and Sciences; former member (1991–2009), Vice-President (2003–06) and senior judge (2006–09) of the International Court of Justice (ICJ), and President (2005) of the Chamber formed by the ICJ to deal with the Benin/Niger frontier dispute; Bachelor’s degree in Law (1965), University of Madagascar, Antananarivo; Doctorate of Law, University of Paris II; Agrégé of the Faculties of Law and Economics, Public Law and Political Science section, Paris (1972); Doctor honoris causa of the Universities of Limoges, Strasbourg and Bordeaux-Montesquieu; former Professor at the University of Madagascar (1981–91) and other institutions; former First Rector of the University of Antananarivo (1988–90); member of the Malagasy delegation to several international conferences; Head of the Malagasy delegation to the United Nations Conference on Succession of States in respect of Treaties (1976–77); former first Vice-President for Africa of the International Conference of French-speaking Faculties of Law and Political Science (1987–91); member of the Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce; member of the Court of Arbitration for Sport; member and former Vice-President of the Institute of International Law; member of numerous national and international professional and academic societies; Curatorium of the Hague Academy of International Law; member of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace; President of the African Society of International Law since 2012; former Vice-Chairman of the International Law Institute (2015–17); Chairperson of the ILO Commission of Inquiry on Zimbabwe; associate of the Académie de Sciences d’Outre-mer (Paris).
Langue:Anglais
Ponctuation: 54.35 - https://www.ilo.org/global/sta...WCMS_192093/lang--ja/index.htm
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She learned the legal and financial aspects of setting up a new, independent business in addition to “listening skills, positive thinking and how to deal with customers.” Jamahneh plans to start her own women’s beauty centre in Irbid.
Langue:Anglais
Ponctuation: 75.83 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_389391/lang--en/index.htm
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“We do not have the same capabilities or freedom (as other countries) to deal with these issues in an open manner.’’ Participants were also presented with global best practices on labour migration reporting which included advice on interview techniques, the use of images, reporting with statistics, and elements of ethical reporting specific to the field. ‘’Jordanian journalists require skills development and greater awareness of methods to cover labour migration,” said Rania Alsarayrah, a reporter from Al Ghad newspaper.
Langue:Anglais
Ponctuation: 82.33 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_300406/lang--en/index.htm
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