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Fertility and Family Policies as Research Area • What are family policies? (...) What are Family Policies? • governmental activities directed at the family (Kamerman/Kahn 1978) 1950/60s 2000ff family law work-care policies taxation cash benefits cash benefits childcare services population policies gender policies  change of family policies – form and focus Presenter Presentation Notes Summation aspect of family policies – quite popular at the moment, namely to term any policy which could potentially affect fertility a family policy. (...)  No effects of policies on childbearing are also effect  Methodological advancement in demography-policy- nexus Thank You Effects of Family Policies on Childbearing Behavior in Developed CountriesGerda Neyer Fertility and Family Policies in Europe Fertility and Family Policies as Research Area What are Family Policies?
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Score: 256094.46 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...ents/pdf/expert/15.5/Neyer.pdf
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Document26.PDF Jorge - 11/21/2000 Gender Perspectives in Telecommunications Policy 1 Gender Perspectives in Telecommunications Policy A Curriculum Proposal Sonia Nunes Jorge (sjorge@att.net) Presented at ITU – Development Symposium for Regulators Geneva November 21, 2000 Jorge - 11/21/2000 Gender Perspectives in Telecommunications Policy 2 Overview There is a crucial need for a gender perspective in all areas of policy making. (...) A training curriculum on gender perspectives in telecommunications policy provides an important opportunity for regulators and policy makers to participate in specialized training that will assist them to effectively integrate gender perspectives in telecommunications policy. (...) Jorge - 11/21/2000 Gender Perspectives in Telecommunications Policy 4 Telecommunications Policy: The Rationale for a Gender Perspective Why a gender perspective?
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Score: 256013.7 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...R/DSR/documents/Document26.pdf
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It is what they do. The POLICY CYCLE Model POLICY SD Beyond the Enterprise/BERBitonioJr POLICY PROCESS or POLICY CYCLE? (...) Policy goal is what the policy seeks to achieve (policy future or impact). (...) What are the expected short, medium and long-term effects, outcomes and impacts of the policy? What is the criteria for success? SD Beyond the Enterprise/BERBitonioJr Role Play 2 Defining policy goals The “double appeal” procedure in certification elections Applying the principles: choosing the policy instruments A policy instrument is the manner in which policy shall be carried out - Exhortation Promotion Provision Regulation Expenditure (i.e., subsidies, grants) The three great State powers are broad policy instruments – police power, eminent domain, taxation SD Beyond the Enterprise/BERBitonioJr Applying the principles: choosing the policy instruments Guide questions in choosing policy instruments Who is authorized to make the policy decision?
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Score: 256001.22 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro.../presentation/wcms_428962.pptx
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Committee for Development Policy Report on the eighteenth session (14-18 March 2016) Series: Report of the Committee for Development Policy 14 Jul 2017 Official records of the Report of the Committee for Development Policy on the Eighteenth session 14-18 March 2016. (...) Committee for Development Policy Report on the sixteenth session (24-28 March 2014) Series: Report of the Committee for Development Policy 11 Sep 2015 Official records of the Report of the Committee for Development Policy on the Sixteenth Session Committee for Development Policy Report of the Fifteenth Session Series: Report of the Committee for Development Policy 28 May 2014 Official records of the Report of the Committee for Development Policy on the Fifteenth Session Committee for Development Policy Report of the Fourteenth Session (12-16 March 2012) Series: Report of the Committee for Development Policy 11 Jun 2012 Official records of the Report of the Committee for Development Policy on the Fourteenth Session (12-16 March 2012). (...) Committee for Development Policy Report on the Eleventh Session (9-13 March 2009) Series: Report of the Committee for Development Policy 22 May 2009 Committee for Development Policy Report on the Tenth Session (17-20 March 2008) Series: Report of the Committee for Development Policy 3 Jun 2008 Committee for Development Policy Report on the Ninth Session (19-23 March 2007) Series: Report of the Committee for Development Policy 13 Jul 2007 Committee for Development Policy Report on the Eighth Session (20-24 March 2006) Series: Report of the Committee for Development Policy 2 Jun 2006 Committee for Development Policy Report on the Seventh Session (14-18 March 2005) Series: Report of the Committee for Development Policy 1 Jul 2005 Committee for Development Policy Report on the Sixth Session (29 March-2 April 2004) Series: Report of the Committee for Development Policy 16 Jul 2004 Report of the Committee for Development Policy on Its Fifth Session (7-11 April 2003) Series: Report of the Committee for Development Policy 11 Jul 2003 Report of the Committee for Development Policy on Its Fourth Session (8-12 April 2002) Series: Report of the Committee for Development Policy 9 Aug 2002 Back to top 通过出版物、数据和商品的营销、销售和分销,宣传联合国的工作和知识 顾客信息 联系我们 运输政策 退货政策 特价销售 商品目录 关于 关于我们 收益 关顾联合国书店 参观联合国 关注我们 Facebook Twitter Instagram Issuu LinkedIn 版权所有 使用条款 隐私通告 提防诈骗 × Subscripe
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Score: 255990.16 - https://shop.un.org/zh/taxonomy/term/3418
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All_BienRev.indd Ch ap te r 2 Building evidence-informed policy environments Chapter 2 Key messages Ke y m es sa ge s ■ Policy processes are messy and influenced by a variety of factors and ac- tors. ■ Networks are increasingly recognized as important influences, alongside individuals ■ Evidence is often contested, and even our understanding of what it is differs; it will be used differently by different actors at different stages in policy development ■ Knowledge of policy processes and environments can be used by those interested in enhancing the degree to which policy is influenced by evi- dence – by strategically managing research findings, for example. 23CHAPTER 2 BUILDING EVIDENCE-INFORMED POLICY ENVIRONMENTS Introduction If health policy and systems research (HPSR) is to infl u- ence policy to produce better health, it is essential to understand the context in which policy is made, formu- lated and implemented, and how it is infl uenced. (...) They noted that all policies and policy-makers referred to many types of information other than citable research as being infl uential in their policy-making. (...) However many have argued that governments or other groups of policy-makers will only use research that fi ts their existing policies or policy intentions.
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Score: 255871.39 - https://www.who.int/alliance-h...rces/Alliance_BR_Chapter_2.pdf
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“Why should countries have a policy on forests?” and “What makes a good forest policy?” (...) What does a good forest policy look like? What does a good forest policy look like? (...) The case studies listed in this module provide more examples of forest policies and forest policy development processes. Different levels of forest policies Different levels of forest policies Most forest policies are nationally driven, although subnational and local forest policies may also exist.
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Score: 255769.68 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...orest-policy/in-more-depth/en/
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This data is a key element to enhance the quality of MAFAP’s analysis of both policy ‘problems’ and related potential policy ‘solutions’. Consolidate and strengthen national policy monitoring systems to measure policy effects and identify current policy 'problems' that affect the competitiveness of agricultural producers Consolidate and strengthen national policy monitoring systems to measure policy effects and identify current policy 'problems' that affect the competitiveness of agricultural producers MAFAP is consolidating its ongoing support to the establishment of policy monitoring systems in developing countries. (...) Engage national stakeholders and development partners in policy dialogue, as part of a more inclusive policy reform process.
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Score: 255731.57 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/mafap/programme-overview/ar/
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This data is a key element to enhance the quality of MAFAP’s analysis of both policy ‘problems’ and related potential policy ‘solutions’. Consolidate and strengthen national policy monitoring systems to measure policy effects and identify current policy 'problems' that affect the competitiveness of agricultural producers Consolidate and strengthen national policy monitoring systems to measure policy effects and identify current policy 'problems' that affect the competitiveness of agricultural producers MAFAP is consolidating its ongoing support to the establishment of policy monitoring systems in developing countries. (...) Engage national stakeholders and development partners in policy dialogue, as part of a more inclusive policy reform process.
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Score: 255731.57 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/mafap/programme-overview/en/
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Rindfuss, East-West Center and University of North Carolina; Minja Kim Choe, East-West Center Information gaps and data needs for monitoring policies Stuart Basten, University of Oxford Background materials Policy Brief No. 1: Cross-cutting issues and policies in countries experiencing low fertility Policy Brief No. 2: Fertility in Australia has remained steady despite policy swings Policy Brief No. 3: Fertility, family change and policy adjustments in Austria Policy Brief No. 4: Regional variations in fertility trends and policies in Canada Policy Brief No. 5: Below-replacement fertility in China: Policy response is long overdue Policy Brief No. 6: Fertility, family change and policy adjustments in the Czech Republic Policy Brief No. 7: The influence of family policies on fertility in France Policy Brief No. 8: Can Hong Kong escape the “low-fertility trap”? Policy Brief No. 9: Persistence of low fertility in a changing policy environment in Hungary Policy Brief No. 10: Low fertility, social rigidity and government policies in Italy Policy Brief No. 11: Government response to low fertility in Japan Policy Brief No. 12: How has the Netherlands managed to sustain near-replacement fertility? (...) Policy Brief No. 16: The policy context of persistent very low fertility in Spain Policy Brief No. 17: Can pro-natalist policies reverse the fertility decline in Taiwan Province of China?
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Score: 255724.34 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...ents/expert-group/24/index.asp
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FAPDA policy database | Food and Agriculture Policy Decision Analysis (FAPDA) | Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura FAO.org english Español About FAPDA policy database Publications FAPDA policy database The FAPDA policy database is a global and comprehensive database which contains over 18 000 national policy decisions and 3 000 national policy frameworks for over 150 countries around the world. (...) The FAPDA Team collects, validates, classifies and uploads national policy  frameworks  and policy  decisions  in the FAPDA policy database. (...) POLICY DECISIONS Policy decisions in the database are classified based on the FAPDA policy classification  that was elaborated based on FAO’s  Guide for Policy and Programmatic Actions at Country Level to Address High Food Prices (2008).
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Score: 255600.51 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...apda/fapda-policy-database/es/
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