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Score: 619347.4 - https://publicadministration.u...nt/Compendium/CompendiumID/634
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Score: 619347.4 - https://publicadministration.u...nt/Compendium/CompendiumID/634
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After they married, 35-year-old Slobodan and his wife moved into the small house of his parents near the centre of Belgrad, the capital city of Yugoslavia. (...) In the Indian State of Himachal Pradish, the Maintenance of Parents and Dependants Bill was passed in 1997 making it mandatory to provide for ageing parents. In the preface to the bill a Himachal Pradish minister proclaims: Aged and infirm parents are now left beggared and destitute on the scrap heap of society.
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Score: 618860.25 - https://www.un.org/development...unpd_egm_200002_sokolovsky.pdf
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Home-leaving is also related to the income of parents. In the Nordic countries and the countries of North-Western Europe, there is evidence that parents with higher income help their offspring to leave home. (...) After leaving home, young people typically retain close links with their parents, sometimes including returning to spend one or more spells in the parental home. (...) In both of them, resources flow from parents to children while children
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Score: 616919.34 - https://www.un.org/development...ents_youth_and_development.pdf
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By application filed on 22 December 2021, the Applicant, a staff member of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, contests the “[r]evocation of single parent allowance and retroactive recovery thereof”. 2. (...) The decision to discontinue the payment of the single parent allowance and to recover the amount unduly received by the Applicant is lawful and proper. (...) The Tribunal thus finds it appropriate and in the interest of justice to direct the Respondent to file further submissions on the legality of the eligibility requirements for single parent allowance established by ST/AI/2018/6. More specifically, he is directed to respond to the Applicant’s claim that establishing a different single parent allowance eligibility threshold for staff members who do not reside with the child in ST/AI/2018/6 “exceeds the discretion granted to the Secretary-General in implementing the reforms decided by the General Assembly in resolution 70/244 of 23 December 2015” (see para. 22 of the application). 7.
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Score: 616036.47 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2022-042.pdf
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Rindfuss and Minja Kim Choe Briefing for Member States of the United Nations New York, 03 November 2015 1 Fertility Decline in Economically Developed Countries Variations in patterns of decline 2 Path Dependence Fertility changes will occur within a pre-existing institutional, cultural, and historical setting Fertility and institutional background co-evolve together 3 Key Issues Affecting Fertility Easy entry into adult roles Finishing school Getting a job Establishing an independent household Reconciliation of parental and work roles 4 Key Issue 1: Labor Market • Shorter and more flexible full-time work (+) • Availability of high-status part-time work with benefits (+) • Low unemployment rate (+) • Flexibility for mothers to reenter the labor market (+) • Precarious jobs (-) • Labor market insecurity (-) 5 Key Issue 2: Childcare, Parental Leave, Child Allowances • Subsidized childcare (+) • Open during working and commuting hours • High quality, for children of all ages • Maternity and paternity leave (+) • Paid at high levels of wage replacement • Ease of return to work • Government subsidies for families with children (+??) (...) • Affects both mothers and children • May delay childbearing 8 Key Issue 5: Primary and Secondary Education • School provides lunch and long school hours (+) • After-school programs (+) • High level of expectation for parent’s involvement (-) • High level of demand and cost for after- school private lessons (-) 9 Key Issue 6: Tertiary Education • Relative ease of returning to education after discontinuing (+) • Rigid ranking of colleges and universities, strongly linked to employment opportunities (-) • High cost (-) 10 Key Issue 7: Gender Considerations • Gender equitable sharing of housework and family care (+) • High level of gender equity in work place (+) 11 Economic Development, Gender, and Fertility • In general, negative correlation between GDP per capita and period fertility • Positive correlation for GDP per capita above US$30,000 • Exceptions due to gender equity • France and Australia – higher fertility • Japan and Singapore – lower fertility • All have similar GDP per capita 12 Key Issue 8: Immigration • Migrants tend to have slightly higher fertility than native populations, but the overall effect is small (+) • Migrants tend to be at peak childbearing ages • Many wait to have children until they settle in the destination country 13 Do Policies Make Difference?
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Score: 614045 - https://www.un.org/development...mber_states_presentation_2.pdf
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Rindfuss and Minja Kim Choe New York, 2-3 November 2015 1 Fertility Decline in Economically Developed Countries Variations in patterns of decline 2 Path Dependence Fertility changes will occur within a pre-existing institutional, cultural, and historical setting Fertility and institutional background co-evolve together 3 Key Issues Affecting Fertility Easy entry into adult roles Finishing school Getting a job Establishing an independent household Reconciliation of parental and work roles 4 Key Issue 1: Labor Market • Shorter and more flexible full-time work (+) • Availability of high-status part-time work with benefits (+) • Low unemployment rate (+) • Flexibility for mothers to reenter the labor market (+) • Precarious jobs (-) • Labor market insecurity (-) 5 Key Issue 2: Childcare, Parental Leave, Child Allowances • Subsidized childcare (+) • Open during working and commuting hours • High quality, for children of all ages • Maternity and paternity leave (+) • Paid at high levels of wage replacement • Ease of return to work • Government subsidies for families with children (+??) (...) • Affects both mothers and children • May delay childbearing 8 Key Issue 5: Primary and Secondary Education • School provides lunch and long school hours (+) • After-school programs (+) • High level of expectation for parent’s involvement (-) • High level of demand and cost for after- school private lessons (-) 9 Key Issue 6: Tertiary Education • Relative ease of returning to education after discontinuing (+) • Rigid ranking of colleges and universities, strongly linked to employment opportunities (-) • High cost (-) 10 Key Issue 7: Gender Considerations • Gender equitable sharing of housework and family care (+) • High level of gender equity in work place (+) 11 Economic Development, Gender, and Fertility • In general, negative correlation between GDP per capita and period fertility • Positive correlation for GDP per capita above US$30,000 • Exceptions due to gender equity • France and Australia – higher fertility • Japan and Singapore – lower fertility • All have similar GDP per capita 12 Key Issue 8: Immigration • Migrants tend to have slightly higher fertility than native populations, but the overall effect is small (+) • Migrants tend to be at peak childbearing ages • Many wait to have children until they settle in the destination country 13 Do Policies Make Difference?
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Score: 614045 - https://www.un.org/development...presentation_rindfuss_choe.pdf
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Relatively little is known about remittance flows from younger migrants to older parents, about multistage migration of family members (e.g., parents following children to urban areas) and about cyclical or return migration. (...) The timing of divorce: effects on parent-child relationships in later life. Research on Aging, vol. 13, pp. 226-243. (...) The division of family labor: care for elderly parents. Journal of Gerontology, series B, vol. 52B, pp. 102-109.
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Score: 613764.75 - https://www.un.org/development...es/unpd_egm_200002_velkoff.pdf
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Further, there is no provision indicating that return to the parent duty station shall be considered as a continuation of the previous assignment at the parent duty station. (...) Similarly, unlike ST/AI/2007/1, there are no provisions in ST/AI/2011/6 that provide that, upon a staff member’s return to the parent duty station, this service shall be treated as a continuation of the prior assignment at the parent duty station. (...) The Applicant’s mission detail assignment to UNMIT from February 2009 to May 2010 and her subsequent return to her parent duty station in New York is an example of this practice.
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Score: 610317.24 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-004.pdf
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To reduce the risk that children migrating with their parents end up in child labour, it is crucial that they have access to basic social services including education. (...) Remittances, on the other hand, may compensate for children’s feelings of abandonment at different stages of their parents’ absence due to international migration. Adolescents whose parents have migrated may experience difficulties in social relations. Furthermore, from a rights perspective, even though children may be receiving remittances, parental migration hinders their right to maintain personal and direct contact with both parents on a regular basis as well as their right to parental guidance.
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Score: 608828.12 - https://www.un.org/development...on_meeting_06mar2013_final.pdf
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