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Al-Areer also lost his house, located around 5000 meter from his workplace, to Israeli military bombardment. (...) When he goes to the location of his destroyed workshop, he cannot stop himself from remembering the times he spent in the place when it housed a functioning business.
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Puntuación: 75.87 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_350281/lang--en/index.htm
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UNICEF Turkey Country Office Annual Report 2019 | UNICEF Skip to main content Toggle navigation English Français Español العربية 中文 High contrast Press Centre Donate Meganav - EN What we do Focus areas All areas Adolescent development Child protection Child rights Children with disabilities Climate change and environment COVID-19 response Early childhood development Education Gender Health Humanitarian emergencies Immunization Migrant and refugee children Nutrition Social and behaviour change Social policy Water, sanitation and hygiene How we do it Innovation Partnerships Supply and logistics Humanitarian Action for Children Global advocacy Action on the climate crisis Better mental health: #OnMyMind Child health and survival Children under attack Tackling the learning crisis RESEARCH AND REPORTS Publications The State of the World’s Children Annual Report Humanitarian Action for Children Publications by topic Data Data by topic and country Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICs) Policy and research Insight and Policy Research - Innocenti Child rights and global goals Convention on the Rights of the Child Core Commitments for Children Sustainable Development Goals STORIES Stories and explainers Stories of impact Issue explainers Photography Emergencies spotlight All emergencies Afghanistan Horn of Africa Rohingya refugees Syria Ukraine Yemen Voices UNICEF Blog Voices of Youth Evidence for Action blog About UNICEF About us Who we are History Results Strategic Plan Transparency and accountability Audit and Investigation Work with us Our people Executive leadership Executive Board Goodwill Ambassadors Where we work All locations East Asia and Pacific Eastern and Southern Africa Europe and Central Asia Latin America and the Caribbean Middle East and North Africa South Asia West and Central Africa Child rights and global goals Convention on the Rights of the Child Sustainable Development Goals TAKE ACTION Get involved Work with us Partner with us Donate Volunteer Spotlight World Children's Day Action on the climate crisis Better mental health: #OnMyMind Tackling the learning crisis Child health and survival Communities UNICEF Parenting Voices of Youth U-Report Search area has closed.
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Puntuación: 80.26 - https://www.unicef.org/reports...nal-annual-reports-2019/turkey
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UNICEF Indonesia Country Office Annual Report 2020 | UNICEF Skip to main content Toggle navigation English Français Español العربية 中文 High contrast Press Centre Donate Meganav - EN What we do Focus areas All areas Adolescent development Child protection Child rights Children with disabilities Climate change and environment COVID-19 response Early childhood development Education Gender Health Humanitarian emergencies Immunization Migrant and refugee children Nutrition Social and behaviour change Social policy Water, sanitation and hygiene How we do it Innovation Partnerships Supply and logistics Humanitarian Action for Children Global advocacy Action on the climate crisis Better mental health: #OnMyMind Child health and survival Children under attack Tackling the learning crisis RESEARCH AND REPORTS Publications The State of the World’s Children Annual Report Humanitarian Action for Children Publications by topic Data Data by topic and country Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICs) Policy and research Insight and Policy Research - Innocenti Child rights and global goals Convention on the Rights of the Child Core Commitments for Children Sustainable Development Goals STORIES Stories and explainers Stories of impact Issue explainers Photography Emergencies spotlight All emergencies Afghanistan Horn of Africa Rohingya refugees Syria Ukraine Yemen Voices UNICEF Blog Voices of Youth Evidence for Action blog About UNICEF About us Who we are History Results Strategic Plan Transparency and accountability Audit and Investigation Work with us Our people Executive leadership Executive Board Goodwill Ambassadors Where we work All locations East Asia and Pacific Eastern and Southern Africa Europe and Central Asia Latin America and the Caribbean Middle East and North Africa South Asia West and Central Africa Child rights and global goals Convention on the Rights of the Child Sustainable Development Goals TAKE ACTION Get involved Work with us Partner with us Donate Volunteer Spotlight World Children's Day Action on the climate crisis Better mental health: #OnMyMind Tackling the learning crisis Child health and survival Communities UNICEF Parenting Voices of Youth U-Report Search area has closed.
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Puntuación: 80.26 - https://www.unicef.org/reports...-annual-reports-2020/Indonesia
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The report focuses on two main types of digital labour platform: online web-based platforms, where tasks are performed online and remotely by workers, and location-based platforms, where tasks are performed at a specified physical location by individuals, such as taxi drivers and delivery workers. (...) Platform workers can access the courts of the jurisdiction in which they are located if they so choose. Tags: future of work, non-standard forms of employment, digital labour, labour relations, social protection, workers rights, technological change Tools This content is available in العربية Deutsch español français Bahasa Indonesia italiano 日本語 Nederlands português Русский Türkçe tiếng Việt 中文 A A+ A++ Print Share this content in Marvin Meyer World Employment and Social Outlook 2021 – News, videos, charts World Employment and Social Outlook 2021 The role of digital labour platforms in transforming the world of work [Full report] Key resources The role of digital labour platforms in transforming the world of work [Summary] [pdf 772KB] © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Puntuación: 97.57 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_771909/lang--en/index.htm
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ស្វែងរក បិទ ស្វែងរក យូនីសេហ្វ Fulltext search Max អត្ថបទ ឃុំដំបូងគេបំផុតដែលគ្មានការបន្ទោរបង់ពាសវាលពាសកាលក្នុងខេត្តដែលពិបាកនឹងទៅដល់ ល្អក់បានក្លាយជាឃុំដំបូងគេបង្អស់ដែលគ្មានការបន្ទោរបង់ពាសវាលពាសកាលក្នុងខេត្តរតនគីរីក្នុងខែមិថុនា ឆ្នាំ២០១៨ Sovath Ngin UNICEF Cambodia/2019/Sovath Ngin Available in: English Khmer 08 កក្កដា 2019 L’ak Commune, Ratanakiri, Cambodia, July 2019 –  Located on high grounds, L’ak is one of the hardest to reach communes in the Ratanakiri province, in the far northeastern region of Cambodia. About half of the population here is Kreung, an ethnic community who speaks Kreung.   Its geographic location, lack of close-by supplies, high transportation costs, language barriers and cultural norms cemented through generations, were the hard burdens L’ak had to overcome in order to become an open defecation free (ODF) commune.   
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Puntuación: 95.86 - https://www.unicef.org/cambodi...%85%E1%9E%8A%E1%9E%9B%E1%9F%8B
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