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Degrees of Stakeholder Involvement  in SWM Decision Making After: Wiedemann and Femers 1993 • Stakeholders can be  involved in SWM decisions  at different stages and to  different degrees • For major decisions, higher  forms of involvement are  likely to be needed for good  outcomes • However, many developing  countries do not even have  legislations on public right to  know… Common Obstacles to Involvement • Traditional policy culture. (...) Lack of awareness  and unwillingness to make efforts. • Representation.Whom to involve – Difficult to find legitimate  representatives of large and diverse communities. • “Lobbying”. Pressure from the private sector not to involve other  stakeholders if they see their interests being threatened.
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Score: 375107.4 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/sus...cm0310/1e_Magnus_Bengtsson.pdf
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To trigger the intersessional work on this matter and to ensure broad involvement of Members and stakeholders of the Forum in this important process, the UNFFS has prepared the attached concise questionnaire. (...) (Choose all that apply) 0. ☐ An assessment of the involvement of regional and subregional partners in the UNFF sessions, and their contribution to the work of the Forum since UNFF11. 0. ☐ Identification of options for further involvement of these entities in the future quadrennial programmes of work of the Forum. 0. ☐ Other (please provide your suggestion-Maximum 100 words) Involvement of major groups and other relevant stakeholders 1. What issues in relation to “Involvement of major groups, private sector, philanthropic organizations and other relevant stakeholders” should be addressed in preparation for the IAF midterm review?
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Score: 374737 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...ew-Questionnaire-July2021.docx
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Lodewijkx 3 Title of the output Fertility. 4 Countries of involved FFS data** Flanders (Belgium) and the Netherlands 5 Published in J. (...) Design and Methodology of Female Survey 4 Countries of involved FFS data** Estonia 5 Published in Series A: Applied Studies No.39. (...) Design and Methodology of Male Survey 4 Countries of involved FFS data** Estonia 5 Published in Series A: Applied Studies No.40.
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Score: 374612.16 - https://unece.org/DAM/pau/_doc...ffs/FFS_2000_Prog_PublCntr.pdf
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Workers Workers directly involved and workers indirectly involved. The statistics relate to full-time regular paid employees, and include seasonal workers. (...) Workers Workers directly involved and workers indirectly involved. The statistics relate to full-time regular paid employees, and include seasonal workers. (...) Workers involved The number of workers involved is the average of the number of daily absences during the period of the strike.
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Score: 374152.66 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM7/E/SM.html
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Workers Workers directly involved and workers indirectly involved. As well as regular paid employees, temporary, casual or seasonal workers are included in the statistics if they are employed at the time of the strike. (...) In the case of sympathetic or general strikes, information concerning the number of economic units involved may not always be recorded. Workers involved The number of workers involved is the maximum number of workers that took part during the course of the stoppage, even if some workers participated for only part of the duration. (...) Data published by the ILO The number of strikes and lockouts, the number of workers involved and the number of days not worked, by economic activity.
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Score: 374114.8 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM7/E/BB.html
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Workers Workers directly involved, workers indirectly involved and workers rendered idle in economic units other than those directly involved in the strikes. (...) Workers involved The number of workers involved is counted as the average of the number of daily absences during the period of the strike or lockout. (...) Time not worked is not measured for workers indirectly involved nor for those rendered idle in economic units other than those directly involved in the stoppage, even though these workers are included in the number of workers involved.
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Score: 374082.35 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM7/E/BD.html
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If yes, are these stakeholders: |_| Informed (e.g., awareness raising) |_| Consulted |_| Involved as partners |_| Engaged |_| Depends on the sector/ policy |_| Other: 3. (...) Does the participation process with stakeholders involve a reasonable timeframe for its stated objective? (...) Does the participation process with stakeholders involve a reasonable timeframe for its stated objective?
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Score: 374058.89 - https://unpan.un.org/sites/unp...20Block%208_Questionnaire.docx
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Workers Workers directly involved and workers indirectly involved. Workers involved are taken to mean the general membership of the striking unit or the total employment of establishments involved if all operations are paralyzed, whether or not some of these workers did not directly participate in the strike or lockout. In the case of the latter, workers who are considered indirectly involved are included in the official statistics on workers involved. (...) The unit includes all employees of the enterprise. Workers involved The number of workers involved is the total employment in the economic units involved, or the number of members in the union involved.
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Score: 373955.86 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM7/E/PH.html
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Workers Workers directly involved and workers indirectly involved. In addition to regular paid employees, the statistics cover temporary and seasonal workers. (...) Workers involved The number of workers involved in a strike refers to the total number of union members. The number of workers involved in a work stoppage ( paro ) is the total number of workers participating in that stoppage.
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Score: 373291.85 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM7/E/CO.html
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Types of data collected a) number of strikes and lockouts: number of strikes; b) number of establishments involved; c) number of workers involved; d) duration; e) amount of time not worked ("time lost"); f) other: value of goods or services not produced due to strikes. (...) Establishments: not available. Workers involved: Workers directly involved and workers indirectly involved. (...) Information is reported on workers involved.
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Score: 373291.85 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM7/E/by.html
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