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Example of an eTIR transport In the eTIR system, a holder first requests a guarantee from a guarantee chain to perform a given TIR transport. If the request is granted, the guarantee chain provides the holder with a guarantee reference number. The guarantee chain then registers the issued guarantee with the eTIR international system.
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Score: 628048.44 - https://unece.org/es/node/5878
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Example of an eTIR transport In the eTIR system, a holder first requests a guarantee from a guarantee chain to perform a given TIR transport. If the request is granted, the guarantee chain provides the holder with a guarantee reference number. The guarantee chain then registers the issued guarantee with the eTIR international system.
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Score: 628048.44 - https://unece.org/about-etir
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Example of an eTIR transport In the eTIR system, a holder first requests a guarantee from a guarantee chain to perform a given TIR transport. If the request is granted, the guarantee chain provides the holder with a guarantee reference number. The guarantee chain then registers the issued guarantee with the eTIR international system.
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Score: 628048.44 - https://unece.org/zh-hans/node/5878
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In most national youth guarantees training and employment subsidies are the prevailing labour market integration measures. (...) Estimates of the number of young unemployed The number of young unemployed likely to become eligible for the guarantee may be estimated by analysing the inflows into unemployment in the period just before the introduction of the guarantee. (...) (EUR) (30% UE benefits) Compens. cost 6 months (EUR) Annual training cost/pers on (EUR) Total trainin g cost Compe ns. + training cost Admi n. cost (EUR) Total costs Annual cost guarantee (EUR bn) Annual cost of guarante e (% of GDP) 15-19 20-24 25-29 Total unempl. youth (15-29) FORMULA Average annual cost training programmes = [(total unemployed youth*30% unemployment benefit*6months)+ training cost per person) +15%]*100 /Annual GDP 14 ANNEX III ESTIMATES OF AVERAGE ANNUAL COST FOR THE INTRODUCTION OF A YOUTH GUARANTEE COMPRISING AN INTEGRATED PACKAGE OF SERVICES AND PROGRAMMES Countries Eurostat Unemployment (thd) 2012 Q2 OECD GDP 2012 Annual cost %GDP - Share wage subsidy in guarantee 50% (see Table Annex I) Annual cost %GDP - Share training in guarantee 50% (see Table Annex II) Total cost guarantee package % GDP 15-19 20-24 25-29 Total unemployed youth (15-29) FORMULA Average annual cost youth guarantee = [(total unemployed youth*50% average annual training cost) + (total unemployed youth* 50% average annual employment subsidy)] *100 /Annual GDP
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Score: 627390.43 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_546271.pdf
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Such statement shall be conclusive evidence of your entitlement to payment in the amount demanded, up to the amount of this Guarantee. The amount of this guarantee is [insert amount in words] [insert amount in figures]. 2. (...) It is understood that written demand for payment under this Guarantee must be received by the Issuer not later than the expiration of this Guarantee. 4. Subject to paragraph 5, below, this Guarantee is governed by the Uniform Rules for Demand Guarantees, ICC Publication No. 758.
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Score: 627366.85 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/s...014/Performance%20Security.pdf
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Learning exchange programme: Social cost-benefit analysis of the Youth Guarantee The workshop took place in Turin from 12 to 13 July 2017. It gathered managers of the Youth Guarantee teams of Latvia, Portugal and Spain to discuss the main elements to be taken into account while conducting a social cost-benefit analysis (SCBA). (...) Participants The learning exchange programme was designed for senior Government officials responsible for the implementation of the Youth Guarantee in Latvia, Spain and Portugal. Tags: youth employment Regions and countries covered: Europe, Global, Portugal, Spain, Latvia Tools A A+ A++ Print Share this content in See also Meeting documents Final report learning exchange programme: Social cost-benefit analysis of the Youth Guarantee [pdf 1271KB] Flyer Learning exchange programme: Social cost benefi t analysis of the Youth Guarantee [pdf 369KB] Web page Capacity-building events Project EC-ILO Action on the Youth Guarantee © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 626885.94 - www.ilo.org/employment/...WCMS_613291/lang--en/index.htm
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SOCIAL COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF THE YOUTH GUARANTEE: A learning package Copyright © International Labour Organization 2017. SOCIAL COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF THE YOUTH GUARANTEE: A learning package Contents Preface How to use this training package Introduction to social cost-benefit analysis Social benefits of the Youth Guarantee Social costs of the Youth Guarantee Micro-simulation and macro-modelling Data sources, discount rates, distributional weights and sensitivity analysis Practical application of social cost-benefit analysis to the Youth Guarantee Presentations Introduction to social cost-benefit analysis Social benefits of the Youth Guarantee Social costs of the Youth Guarantee Measurement of costs and benefits: Micro-simulations and macro modelling Data sources, discount rates, distributional weights and sensitivity analysis 5 6 1 2 3 4 Case study Social cost-benefit analysis of the JobBrige programme List of boxes, tables and figures Box 1.1: Estimating the costs of youth unemployment and inactivity Box 1.2: Types of evaluation: Why cost-–benefit analysis? (...) Social benefits of the Youth Guarantee 3. Social costs of the Youth Guarantee 4.
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Score: 626885.94 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_583273.pdf
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Learning exchange programme: Social cost-benefit analysis of the Youth Guarantee The workshop took place in Turin from 12 to 13 July 2017. It gathered managers of the Youth Guarantee teams of Latvia, Portugal and Spain to discuss the main elements to be taken into account while conducting a social cost-benefit analysis (SCBA). (...) Participants The learning exchange programme was designed for senior Government officials responsible for the implementation of the Youth Guarantee in Latvia, Spain and Portugal. Tags: youth employment Regions and countries covered: Europe, Global, Portugal, Spain, Latvia Tools A A+ A++ Print Share this content in See also Meeting documents Final report learning exchange programme: Social cost-benefit analysis of the Youth Guarantee [pdf 1271KB] Flyer Learning exchange programme: Social cost benefi t analysis of the Youth Guarantee [pdf 369KB] Web page Capacity-building events Project EC-ILO Action on the Youth Guarantee © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 626885.94 - https://www.ilo.org/employment...WCMS_613291/lang--en/index.htm
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Council Recommendation Establishing the European Child Guarantee The European Child Guarantee was approved unanimously by a Council Recommendation on 14 June 2021. UNICEF ECARO 16 August 2021 The European Child Guarantee was approved unanimously by a Council Recommendation on 14 June 2021. (...) The Council Recommendation establishing the European Child Guarantee is a historic milestone for the protection of children’s rights in Europe.
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Score: 626807.5 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/sto...shing-european-child-guarantee
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Ryder: Youth Guarantees, a good example for urgently needed, targeted and immediate action At the high-level conference “The Youth Guarantee: Making it Happen,” hosted by the European Commission, the Director-General of the International Labour Organization Guy Ryder praised the European Youth Guarantee as a concrete action to connect young people with labour markets and society. (...) The ILO cooperates in multiple ways on the European Youth Guarantee: by formulating recommendations for policy makers and practitioners, by proposing methodologies for estimating the costs of the Youth Guarantees and by providing analysis of the investment needed. Youth Guarantees are not a panacea – as they need to be embedded in job-rich and inclusive growth policies to provide the demand boost that the global economy needs to recover from the crisis and start on a more sustained path.
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Score: 626807.5 - https://www.ilo.org/moscow/new...WCMS_246113/lang--en/index.htm
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