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In Iraq, experienced engineers serving as UN Volunteers are helping refugees return home Skip to main content Zoom MENU Region menu Donate UVP log-in Regions en down en fr es UNV Regional Websites UNV works in 150 countries and territories, deploying UN Volunteers to advance sustainable development at grassroots level. (...) Fifteen UN Volunteers, all experienced engineers, are collaborating with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Iraq to help support the huge reconstruction effort needed in the country. (...) Fifteen UN Volunteers, all experienced engineers, are collaborating with UNDP Iraq to help support the huge reconstruction effort needed in the country.
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Score: 549805.9 - https://www.unv.org/node/4109
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Sexual violence against girls and boys: Worldwide, around 15 million adolescent girls aged 15 to 19 have experienced forced sexual intercourse or other forced sexual acts in their lifetime. Only 1 per cent of adolescent girls who had experienced sexual violence said they reached out for professional help. In the 28 countries with data, 90 per cent of adolescent girls who had experienced forced sex, on average, said the perpetrator of the first incident was known to them.
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Score: 549705.86 - https://www.unicef.org/vietnam...lk-millions-children-worldwide
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Only a few countries experienced an increase in collective bargaining coverage between 2000 and 2016 (such as Belgium, France and Italy), or experienced almost no change (eight among the 28), while all other countries saw their collective bargaining coverage decline (almost all countries being below the zero horizontal line in Figure 1). Moreover, almost all countries have experienced a 10 per cent or more decline in union membership, with many countries experiencing a decline above the 50 per cent mark: the results indeed show an overall weakening of industrial relations among the EU28. (...) The countries that experienced some weakening of their industrial relations systems during the crisis have also experienced the most substantial decline in their labour and social indicators.
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Score: 549705.86 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_629066.pdf
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Instead, if you notice you are experiencing difficult emotions, try telling yourself: “I feel worried and scared, but that does not mean I am not coping.” (...) Aizat Noma TIP 7: AVOID UNHEALTHY WAYS OF COPING WITH STRESS When you are experiencing difficult feelings, it is important to find healthy ways to take care of yourself. (...) Actively calming your mind when experiencing these emotions can help. You can place one hand on your chest and the other on your forehead.
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Score: 549539.16 - https://www.unicef.org/uzbekis...ourself-during-stressful-times
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Working conditions and attitudes experienced by migrant domestic workers in Thailand and Malaysia. This study, for the first time, links public attitudes as expressed in the media and by employers, to the actual working and employment conditions experienced by migrant domestic workers. Date issued: 13 December 2016 | Size/duration: 00:03:08 Tags: migrant workers, domestic workers, labour migration Regions and countries covered: Thailand, Malaysia Tools This content is available in ภาษาไทย A A+ A++ Print Share this content in See also Publication Worker, helper, auntie, maid? : Working conditions and attitudes experienced by migrant domestic workers in Thailand and Malaysia [pdf 2923KB] Project TRIANGLE in ASEAN © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 546125.4 - https://www.ilo.org/asia/media...WCMS_541392/lang--en/index.htm
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In other words, they have most likely experienced hunger. Severe food insecurity is one extreme of the scale, but even moderate food insecurity is worrisome. (...) In monitoring the progress toward SDG 2, this FAO indicator measures the proportion of the population that is experiencing moderate or severe food insecurity in a population. People experiencing moderate food insecurity have reduced the quality and/or quantity of their food and are uncertain about their ability to obtain food due to lack of money or other resources.
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Score: 544922.95 - https://www.fao.org/hunger/en/
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In Iraq, experienced engineers serving as UN Volunteers are helping refugees return home | UNV Skip to main content Zoom MENU Region menu Donate UVP log-in Regions en down en fr es UNV Regional Websites UNV works in 150 countries and territories, deploying UN Volunteers to advance sustainable development at grassroots level. (...) Fifteen UN Volunteers, all experienced engineers, are collaborating with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Iraq to help support the huge reconstruction effort needed in the country. (...) Fifteen UN Volunteers, all experienced engineers, are collaborating with UNDP Iraq to help support the huge reconstruction effort needed in the country.
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Score: 544922.95 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/...e-helping-refugees-return-home
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In Iraq, experienced engineers serving as UN Volunteers are helping refugees return home | UNV Skip to main content Zoom MENU Region menu Donate UVP log-in Regions en down en fr es UNV Regional Websites UNV works in 150 countries and territories, deploying UN Volunteers to advance sustainable development at grassroots level. (...) Fifteen UN Volunteers, all experienced engineers, are collaborating with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Iraq to help support the huge reconstruction effort needed in the country. (...) Fifteen UN Volunteers, all experienced engineers, are collaborating with UNDP Iraq to help support the huge reconstruction effort needed in the country.
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Score: 544922.95 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/node/4109
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Sexual bullying is less frequently reported as the most common form of bullying experienced by students in Myanmar compared to regional and global medians. 3 Boys are slightly more at risk of experiencing all forms of school violence according to GSHS data. (...) Whereas, girls are more likely to report psychological bullying, a trend that is consistent globally. Boys also report experiencing more sexual bullying than girls. This follows regional trends. (...) Data from around the world highlights how children with disabilities are at an increased risk of experiencing violence (Jones et al., 2012), though there is little disaggregated information available about their experiences of violence at school.
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Score: 544628.2 - https://www.unicef.org/myanmar...%20Bullying%20in%20Myanmar.pdf
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. ○ Identify the means to counter it 12 Sources EDHS 2005 PCBS 2005 Egypt Palestine Target Population Only one women per HH Survey conducted on 4 groups of people: - Women who are or have been married (15-24) - Unmarried women (18+) -Children (5-17) -Senior citizens (65+) Domestic Violence Source & Target Population: 13 Egypt Palestine -50% of EMW (15-49) -1year prior to survey: ○1/5 subjected to domestic violence ○ 7% often experienced physical violence - 20+ years women more likely to experience physical violence than 15-19 years -Women working for cash were less likely to experience physical violence than for no cash -45-49 yrs least subjected to violence in the year preceding the survey - Wealth Egypt Percentage who have experienced Physical violence ... -62% EMW exposed to psychological violence, 23% exposed to physical violence, and 11% exposed to sexual violence at least once by husband -58% EMW with secondary education and more were exposed to psychological violence, 19% exposed to physical violence, and 9% exposed to sexual violence at least once by the husband -66% EMW with secondary education and more were exposed to psychological violence, 28% exposed to physical violence, and 13% exposed to sexual violence at least once by the husband during the period preceding 2005. -28% women agree that a husband should beat his wife in case she left the house without asking. -11% of women agree that a husband should beat his wife in case she fails to prepare the food on time. (...) -Mother stated that 52% of their children have been exposed to violence -6% of elderly people (65+) were exposed to physical Violence by one of the HH members -17% of elderly people (65+) were exposed to Emotional abuse by one of the HH members Egypt Palestine 15 Egypt -Pushed, shook, or threw something at women -Slapped her or twisted her arm -Punched her with fist or object -Kicked or dragged her -Tried to strangle or burn her -Threatened her with a knife, gun, or weapon -Attacked her with a knife, gun, or weapon Palestine -Throwing heavy objects at the women -Twisting her arm or pulling her hair -An attack resulting in wounds, scratches, injuries -Pushing and shoving -Attacked her with a knife or any sharp object -Hitting with miscellaneous objects (belt or cane) -A strike on the head resulting in a concussion -Strangulation -Burning -Hold tightly in an annoying manner -An attack resulting in a broken bone Slide 58 Forms of Physical violence 16 Egypt -Said or did something to humiliate women -Threatened harm to women herself /person close to her Palestine -Cussing and insulting -Yelling and screaming -Breaking or destroying personal objects -Using hurtful phrases (ex: ugly or fat) -Threatened harm to woman herself/ person close to her -Saying things that bother the women and make her angry Egypt -Physically forced to have sex Palestine -Refusing to use contraceptives -Physically forced to have sex -Using forms of physical power to force sex -Using threats to force sex -Using threats to force other forms of sex Forms of Emotional Forms of Sexual 17 Slide 59 Slide 60 -Male relatives: -Female relatives: ○Father ○ Mother ○ Brother ○ Sister ○ Father-in-law ○ Mother-in-law ○ Other male relatives ○ Other Female relative -Friend / neighbor -Employer -Religious leader -Doctor / medical personnel -Police -Lawyer -Center or institution for women -Don’t know who to go to -No use -Part of life -Afraid of divorce/desertion -Afraid of further beating -Afraid of getting husband in trouble -Embarrassed -Did not want to disgrace family -Not important -Other Seeking assistance from Reasons for not seeking assistance 18 Egypt -Goes out without telling him -Neglects the children -Argues with him -Refuses to have sex With him -Burns the food Palestine -Talk to him in a provocative manner -Don’t obey his orders -Behaves in an unacceptable way when they are alone/ when they are with people -Curses him or his family -Says things that embarrass him in front of others -Talks with other men in a manner that provokes him -Didn’t prepare meal on time -Didn’t do housework properly -Leave home without asking -Doesn’t look after the children the way he wants Justifications 19 Child upbringing Issues Person practiced Assault -Household children upbringing is the responsibility and the business of their parents; no external party may ever intervene -Children force parents to hit them sometimes -Beating a child is allowed in certain circumstances in order to teach him/her -Parents may use physical power against a child if such child does not follow their instructions -A HH member -A relative -A neighbor -A teacher -A friend -Boy or girl on the road 20 Risk Circumstances for Children -Absent from school without an excuse or permission from anyone -Disappeared or was absent from home for many hours -Spent the night outside home without their consent -Disobey the teachers -Beaten by adults from the household -Beat boys or girls who are strangers, school colleagues, friends, brothers, or sisters -Beat one of the parents -Beat one of the teachers -Lied, cheated -Destroyed or ruined school or neighborhood property -Showed signs of reclusion due to sadness or depression (resulting from fear and worrying 21 Types and Forms of Violence for the Elderly Physical Violence -Tried to hurt you and inflict harm -Twisted arm or pushed -An attack resulting in wounds, scratches, injuries -Beat on head resulting in coma -Beat with a belt, stick or similar sharp object -Breaking bones resulting from attack Emotional Violence -Make you feel unwanted -Afraid of any of the HH members -Cursing and Insulting -Forcing to do something that aren’t willing -make you feel unwanted -Isolate you from people or prevented you from mixing with them Economic Abuse -Take something that you own without your approval -Destroyed or spoiled personal belongings Medical Abuse -HH members don’t give you the medicine you cant take yourself 22 Domestic Violence Indicators EMW -% who have experienced physical violence since age 15 -% reporting experienced various forms of violence in their relationship with their current/most recent husband by background characteristics of both spouses EMW -% exposed to any violence by husband, at least once by wife/husband background characteristics, region, type of locality and type of violence Egypt Palestine 23 EMW -% who agree that a husband is justified in beating his wife, by selected background characteristics (Age, marital status, experience with physical violence, urban rural residence, education, work status, wealth quintile) -% experienced physical or sexual violence in their relationship with their current/most recent husband within the past year who reported seeking assistance to prevent or stop violence, by assisting persons, according to frequency of violence -% experienced violence within past year and did not seek assistance by main reason for not seeking assistance, according to frequency of violence EMW -% Distribution of their opinion about beating of wife by husband if she did any behavior may be arousing him by region, locality, education attainment, labor force status, and behaviors Egypt Palestine 24 All Women -% who experienced physical violence 1 year prior to the survey, by background characteristics (Age, urban rural residence, education, work status, wealth quintile) -% women reporting physical violence by perpetrator of the violence and current marital status - % women experiencing physical violence during pregnancy, by background characteristics EMW -% exposed to violence of husband by region, locality and types, frequency of violence, type and actions of violence -% exposed to violence of husband by sought institution, taken measures for assistance and satisfaction of received assistance -% exposed to violence of husband by region, locality, availability of services near the home and type of violence PalestineEgypt 25 NMW -% (18+) who lived with HH and exposed to any violence by a member of HH at least once by background characteristics, region, type of locality and type of violence -% (18+) who lived with HH and exposed to violence by a member of HH by types and forms of violence and region/ locality for selected years Palestine 26 Palestine Children -% EMW who agree on violence against their children when they behave in unacceptable way by gender of child, range of approving and region -% EMW who agree on violence against their children when they behave in unacceptable way according to family perspective by gender of child, range of approving and type of locality -% EMW who’s children exposed to violence by region, type of locality and child age -% EMW who’s children exposed to violence by place of violence occurrence and by person practiced assault and by region -% EMW and their opinion about child upbringing issues by region / locality -Risk circumstances children exposed to by region and sex 27 Palestine Elderly (65+) -% exposed to any violence from members of HH by: - region - type of locality - type of violence - form of violence - region Men -% men exposed to any violence by the wife at least once by - background characteristics of husband - background characteristics of wife - region - type of locality - type of violence 28 Crime & Violence Initiatives in Data Collection Data for crime and violence in Yemen has been collected from the ministry of interior Data collected is classified in three groups: ○Rape ○Assault ○Murder Data has been disaggregated by age and gender 29 Crime & Violence Prevalence Prevalence Majority of violence against men occurs in the adult age A sizeable proportion of violence against women occur during childhood (0-14) Majority of those sentenced by law were men 2% of sentenced for murder are women 1% of sentenced for robbery are women Yemen Prevalence Source Ministry of interior, 2006 Yemen 30 Crime & Violence Indicators Indicators -% of crimes committed by women -% of crimes committed by men -% crimes committed by men by type of crime (rape, assault, murder) -% crimes committed by women by type of crime (rape, assault, murder) Yemen 31 1. (...) Types of spousal violence experienced by women and men 5. # Registered deaths among women and girls caused by domestic violence 6.
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Score: 544628.2 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...rs/Invited%20Paper%20ESCWA.pdf
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