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Public services should respond to the basic needs of citizens, help correct critical market failures and, when delivered broadly and with quality, engender justice, promote stability and in all likelihood improve public trust in the State. (...) Some countries are already experimenting with innovative social protection schemes that better reflect risks embedded in today’s labour markets, including in COVID-19 responses. Agile programmes should automatically scale-up in response to systemic shocks, such as pandemics or climate- related emergencies. (...) How ever, to provide a platform for a lifetime of productive and secure employment, education systems must provide indemand skills and training, robust pathways to the labour market for all, as well as opportunities for life-long learning.
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Score: 279373.54 - https://www.un.org/development...nsecurity-in-the-covid-19-era/
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The post UN World Data Forum 2020: Over 10,000 data producers and users connect to advance solutions for trusted data in COVID-19 response appeared first on United Nations Sustainable Development. Women’s job market participation stagnating at less than 50% for the past 25 years, finds UN report New York, 20 October – Less than 50% of working-age women are in the labour market, a figure that has barely changed over the last quarter of a century, according to a new UN report launched today. (...) The post Women’s job market participation stagnating at less than 50% for the past 25 years, finds UN report appeared first on United Nations Sustainable Development.
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Score: 293185.2 - https://www.un.org/sustainable.../author/vesna-blazhevska/feed/
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Addressing commitment 1 of Copenhagen, on an enabling environment for social development, the Committee invited the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), in collaboration with relevant organizations and in the context of its ongoing work relating to the formulation of a positive agenda for trade for developing countries, to carry out an assessment of the sectors and products where action could be taken to further liberalize markets, with a view to increasing market access for the exports of developing countries.
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Score: 261109.96 - https://www.un.org/press/en/1999/19990715.SOC4513.html
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Viñes-Fiestas is the Commissioner of the Spanish Financial Markets Authority and Rapporteur of the EU Platform on Sustainable Finance. (...) Levy is the Director for Economic Strategy and Market Relations at Banco Safra S.A. Mr. Levy served as Minister for Finance of Brazil (2014-2015), Managing Director and CFO of the World Bank Group (2016-2018), and President of the Brazilian Development Bank (2018-2019).
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Score: 300848.44 - https://www.un.org/en/node/178427
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There shall be no preferential access to markets for such minerals or for imports of commodities produced from such minerals, in particular: (i) By the use of tariff or non-tariff barriers; and (ii) Given by States Parties to such minerals or commodities produced by their state enterprises or by natural or juridical persons which possess their nationality or are controlled by them or their nationals; (e) The plan of work for exploitation approved by the Authority in respect of each mining area shall indicate an anticipated production schedule which shall include the estimated maximum amounts of minerals that would be produced per year under the plan of work; (f) The following shall apply to the settlement of disputes concerning the provisions of the agreements referred to in subparagraph (b): (i) Where the States Parties concerned are parties to such agreements, they shall have recourse to the dispute settlement procedures of those agreements; (ii) Where one or more of the States Parties concerned are not parties to such agreements, they shall have recourse to the dispute settlement procedures set out in the Convention; (g) In circumstances where a determination is made under the agreements referred to in subparagraph (b) that a State Party has engaged in subsidization which is prohibited or has resulted in adverse effects on the interests of another State Party and appropriate steps have not been taken by the relevant State Party or States Parties, a State Party may request the Council to take appropriate measures. 2.
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Score: 261636.43 - https://www.un.org/Depts/los/c...ements/texts/unclos/agxis6.htm
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Differences in the ability to take advantage of growth can arise from disparities among population groups in their access to resources such as land, education and labour markets. Inequality trends may also vary depending on the sector and nature of economic growth.
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Score: 171069.38 - https://www.un.org/development...ty-and-inequality-rural-areas/
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If our domestic agricultural sector must be repositioned to supply at least half of our food needs in the tourism sector, we would then be able to save vital foreign exchange and also lead to the creation of new and creative talents, both in production, distribution and, of course, in marketing. Then, of course, policy space, because if we don't have the policy space to protect our farmers from the onslaught of cheap imported foods, they will not be able to produce for us when it is most needed, as we have seen from the pandemic and the climate crisis. (...) I repeat the need for the establishment of a global food security development fund in cooperation with the international financial community, because this is what is needed to be able to allow many of our farmers, and in many countries, we are not in a position to provide the level of support to our farmers that is needed to be able to ensure that they can withstand that onslaught of cheap produce that literally floods our markets. My friends, if we are capable of achieving these things, then, my friends, the future of ensuring that our people can have basic access to food will be secured.
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Score: 306682.7 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u.../10/FSS_statement_Barbados.pdf
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Whatever the circumstance, in order for older persons to remain economically active, policies must remove barriers to their participation in the labour market while protecting their right to freely choose whether to work and providing opportunities to extend employability. (...) Inadequate access to training opportunities for older persons can hamper their ability to continue working or find new employment, as many skills become obsolete in the rapidly changing labour market and the demand for skilling, reskilling and upskilling grows. ‣ Informal employment and unpaid care work. (...) Unpaid care work, often performed by women, can also be a barrier to the participation of older workers in the formal labour market. Improving access to social protection The great diversity that characterizes old age means that while many older persons will be able and willing to continue working beyond retirement ages, for many this will not be an option.
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Score: 348035.2 - https://www.un.org/development...1/09/longevity-future-of-work/
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Also, we are going to mobilize our efforts on promoting investment in human capacity across all agriculture market segments and levels. This must include educational and vocational training system reform to engage youth and improve farmer skills, as well as linking the market needs to the science.
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Score: 332472.92 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...1/10/FSS_statement_Armenia.pdf
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