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FAO-Turkey Partnership is determined to “leave no one behind” in agriculture | FAO in Türkiye | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english Türkçe FAO in Türkiye FAO.org FAO in Türkiye Programmes and Projects News Events Resources Our Partners Emergencies FAO-Turkey Partnership is determined to “leave no one behind” in agriculture Photo: ©FAO/Vasily Maximov 31/01/2022 Ankara – Rural women provide significant contributions to agriculture and food security while simultaneously taking care of their families and households. (...) To address these issues, the FAO-Turkey Partnership Programme on Food and Agriculture initiated a unique project entitled “Leaving no one behind: Harnessing Opportunities for Economic Growth through the Greater Involvement and Empowerment of Rural Women in Turkey and Central Asia”.   (...) During the first phase of the programme, 28 projects were implemented in 16 countries between 2009 and 2015. In 2014, Turkey and FAO commenced the second phase of the FTPP along with the first phase of the FAO-Turkey Forestry Partnership Programme (FTFP) with additional funding of USD 20 million, bringing Turkey’s total contribution to USD 30 million.  
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Score: 1127505.3 - https://www.fao.org/turkiye/news/detail-news/en/c/1470657/
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Leaving no one behind: empowerment of rural women in Turkey and Central Asia | FAO and Türkiye Partnership | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english FAO and Türkiye Partnership About the partnership News Events Projects Resources Partners Leaving no one behind: empowerment of rural women in Turkey and Central Asia Project overview: Women contribute significantly to agriculture and food production while also taking care of their families and households, looking after kitchen gardens and small livestock, and preparing agricultural products for home consumption or for sale. (...) The project will help grass-roots rural women in Tajikistan, Turkey and Uzbekistan, gain knowledge and skills to improve their economic status, start businesses and cooperatives, while empowering them to become agents of change in their communities. (...) Share this page Objective: Empowering rural women and improving rural livelihoods through a two-fold approach: policy level and grass-roots interventions Total budget: $950,000 Duration: 01 October 2021 - 30 September 2024 Focus countries: Tajikistan, Turkey, Uzbekistan Donor: Republic of Turkey Related links: FAO-Turkey Partnership is determined to “leave no one behind” in agriculture Info Pack: Project brochure Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                                             Download our App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 1102900.6 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...s/project-detail/en/c/1364824/
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Video: ILO Office for Turkey Investing in Youth and Leaving No One Behind Skip to main content ILO Advancing social justice, promoting decent work ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations Türkçe Countries Topics Sectors Search ilo.org Search ilo.org Menu Home About the ILO Newsroom Meetings and events Publications Research Labour standards Statistics and databases Contact Us ILO-Ankara About the ILO Office in Ankara Our team Policy areas Child Labour Decent work Employment promotion Equality and discrimination Green jobs Safety and Health at Work Social dialogue Youth Employment COVID-19 Programmes and projects Conventions ratified by Türkiye Publications Media centre Multimedia Statements and speeches Media coverage Newsletter News Vacancies Procurement ILO home Regions and countries ILO Office for Türkiye Media centre Multimedia Videos ILO Office for Turkey Investing in Youth and Leaving No ... Video ILO Office for Turkey Investing in Youth and Leaving No One Behind Date issued: 08 December 2020 | Tools This content is available in Türkçe 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
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Score: 1100860 - https://www.ilo.org/ankara/med...WCMS_763471/lang--en/index.htm
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Video: ILO Office for Turkey Investing in Youth and Leaving No One Behind Skip to main content ILO Advancing social justice, promoting decent work ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations Türkçe Countries Topics Sectors Search ilo.org Search ilo.org Menu Home About the ILO Newsroom Meetings and events Publications Research Labour standards Statistics and databases Contact Us ILO-Ankara About the ILO Office in Ankara Our team Policy areas Child Labour Decent work Employment promotion Equality and discrimination Green jobs Safety and Health at Work Social dialogue Youth Employment COVID-19 Programmes and projects Conventions ratified by Türkiye Publications Media centre Multimedia Statements and speeches Media coverage Newsletter News Vacancies Procurement ILO home Regions and countries ILO Office for Türkiye Media centre Multimedia Videos ILO Office for Turkey Investing in Youth and Leaving No ... Video ILO Office for Turkey Investing in Youth and Leaving No One Behind Date issued: 08 December 2020 | Tools This content is available in Türkçe 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
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Score: 1100860 - www.ilo.org/ankara/medi...WCMS_763471/lang--en/index.htm
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Research Brief Beyond unemployment: The impact of the pandemic on hours worked in Turkey Type: Publication Date issued: 19 January 2021 Download: Beyond unemployment: The impact of the pandemic on hours worked in Turkey pdf - 0.2 MB Back in March 2020 and in the face of potentially massive lay-offs due to the effects of the pandemic many countries including Turkey decided to implement employment protection measures. Among these measures were a ban on dismissals as well as a facilitated procedure for companies to keep their workers on unpaid leave. However, what prevented millions of workers from being dismissed also prevented an easy calculation of the pandemic effects on economic activity. (...) The publication of hours worked and the number of workers on leave (absent from their workplace) by the Turkish Statistical Institute allows us to estimate the full impact of the pandemic on economic activity by measuring hours of work lost due to (1) employment losses, (2) an excess number of workers on leave and (3) a reduction in the number of hours by those who continue working.
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Score: 1091663.7 - https://www.ilo.org/ankara/are...WCMS_766572/lang--en/index.htm
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Research Brief Beyond unemployment: The impact of the pandemic on hours worked in Turkey Type: Publication Date issued: 19 January 2021 Download: Beyond unemployment: The impact of the pandemic on hours worked in Turkey pdf - 0.2 MB Back in March 2020 and in the face of potentially massive lay-offs due to the effects of the pandemic many countries including Turkey decided to implement employment protection measures. Among these measures were a ban on dismissals as well as a facilitated procedure for companies to keep their workers on unpaid leave. However, what prevented millions of workers from being dismissed also prevented an easy calculation of the pandemic effects on economic activity. (...) The publication of hours worked and the number of workers on leave (absent from their workplace) by the Turkish Statistical Institute allows us to estimate the full impact of the pandemic on economic activity by measuring hours of work lost due to (1) employment losses, (2) an excess number of workers on leave and (3) a reduction in the number of hours by those who continue working.
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Score: 1091663.7 - www.ilo.org/ankara/area...WCMS_766572/lang--en/index.htm
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The purpose of this research brief (Section 3) is to estimate the full impact of the pandemic on hours worked in Turkey. This is done not only calculating employment losses, which was already done in the December edition of this brief series, but also taking into account the losses derived from reductions in working hours among those who continue working and from the excess number of absentees (i.e. workers on paid/unpaid leave that would not have been on leave without the pandemic). (...) According to Alon et al. (2020) women’s heavier empoyment losses in the US are due to their employment being concentrated in the hospitality and care sectors, as it it also the case in Turkey. Leaving sectoral issues aside, one should also keep in mind that women in Turkey deal with most of the care work duties at home. (...) Still, once data on hours worked and leave becomes available for said sector in Turkey it would not be surprising to finding drops in activity similar to the ones found in the US. 10 Statistics obtained using data from the Household Labour Force Survey of Turkey 2019.
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Score: 1090154.9 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...ts/publication/wcms_766572.pdf
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The purpose of this research brief (Section 3) is to estimate the full impact of the pandemic on hours worked in Turkey. This is done not only calculating employment losses, which was already done in the December edition of this brief series, but also taking into account the losses derived from reductions in working hours among those who continue working and from the excess number of absentees (i.e. workers on paid/unpaid leave that would not have been on leave without the pandemic). (...) According to Alon et al. (2020) women’s heavier empoyment losses in the US are due to their employment being concentrated in the hospitality and care sectors, as it it also the case in Turkey. Leaving sectoral issues aside, one should also keep in mind that women in Turkey deal with most of the care work duties at home. (...) Still, once data on hours worked and leave becomes available for said sector in Turkey it would not be surprising to finding drops in activity similar to the ones found in the US. 10 Statistics obtained using data from the Household Labour Force Survey of Turkey 2019.
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Score: 1090154.9 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_766572.pdf
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Accordingly, a National Monitoring and Coordination Board for Women’s Employment was established within the Ministry of Labor and Social Security. · In pursuant to the Law effective as of 10th February 2016, the following arrangements are in place regarding the personal rights of women employees and parents: · The unused periods of maternity leave shall be considered while calculating gradual civil service promotion. · Provisions regarding the half-time employment rights of employees resulting from childbirth: · The periods of unpaid maternity leave shall be considered while calculating gradual civil service promotion. · The workers shall be entitled to paid half-time work for 2 months for the first child, 4 months for the second and up to 6 months for the subsequent ones, starting from the end of the maternity leave and on the condition that the children are alive after childbirth. (...) Depending on the human resources planning process in the public and private sectors, either parent shall be able to choose this alternative once for each child . · Provisions regarding the rights to leave in case of premature childbirth and decease of mother for workers: · In case of premature childbirth, maternity leave of female civil servants shall be extended as long as the period of early childbirth. · Worker fathers shall be entitled to the periods of maternity leave not used due to maternal death after child delivery, just like the civil servant fathers. · Provisions regarding the rights to leave in case of adopting children: Parents shall be entitled to the aforementioned periods of leave on a comparative basis in case of child adoption. (...) World Economic Forum Gender Parity Task Force of Turkey “The Equality at Work Platform” The Gender Parity Task Force of Turkey was established at the meeting of the World Economic Forum held in Istanbul in June 2012 under the auspices of the Ministry of Family and Social Policies and co-leadership of Sabanci Holding and Dogus Holding to minimize the gap in economic participation and opportunities in Turkey by reducing it down to 10% within 3 years.
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Score: 1086920.3 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...s/ESCR/RighttoWork/Turkey.docx
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He shares his story of arriving and building a life in Turkey after the Syrian conflict forced him to leave behind his home and his art. (...) He is one of millions of people who were forced to leave their home in Syria. As an artist, he is trying to define what home means to him. (...) When he was forced to leave in 2016, he arrived in Turkey from Deir Ezzor and his family, a daughter and two sons joined him in 2017.
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Score: 1067665.2 - https://www.unhcr.org/tr/en/28...-a-jar-of-soil-from-syria.html
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