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Code of practice for employers on promoting equal opportunity and treatment and preventing discrimination at work in China This Code of Practice articulates a set of guiding principles for employers and business on non-discrimination and euality at work. The Code is issued by the China Enteprise Confederation (CEC) in cooperation with the International Labour Office (ILO) to help CEC member companies to take measures to promote equal opportunity and treatment and elimate discrimination in their company policies and practices. Type: Report Date issued: 31 May 2011 Reference: 978-92-2-125683-0[ISBN] Format available: 37 p. Download: Code of practice for employers on promoting equal opportunity and treatment and preventing discrimination at work in China pdf - 0.2 MB The guidelines of this Code are drawn fom Chinese legislation and the ILO discriminiation (Employment and Occupation) Convention, 1958 (No.111) and Equal Remuneration Convention, 1951 (No.100).
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Score: 901857.9 - https://www.ilo.org/beijing/wh...WCMS_191603/lang--en/index.htm
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Code of practice for employers on promoting equal opportunity and treatment and preventing discrimination at work in China This Code of Practice articulates a set of guiding principles for employers and business on non-discrimination and euality at work. The Code is issued by the China Enteprise Confederation (CEC) in cooperation with the International Labour Office (ILO) to help CEC member companies to take measures to promote equal opportunity and treatment and elimate discrimination in their company policies and practices. Type: Report Date issued: 31 May 2011 Reference: 978-92-2-125683-0[ISBN] Format available: 37 p. Download: Code of practice for employers on promoting equal opportunity and treatment and preventing discrimination at work in China pdf - 0.2 MB The guidelines of this Code are drawn fom Chinese legislation and the ILO discriminiation (Employment and Occupation) Convention, 1958 (No.111) and Equal Remuneration Convention, 1951 (No.100).
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Score: 901857.9 - www.ilo.org/beijing/wha...WCMS_191603/lang--en/index.htm
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Work Area: Highly toxic pesticides – risk management and reduction 23 Encourage full implementation of the FAO International Code of Conduct on the Distribution and Use of Pesticides Entire Code of Conduct, in particular expressed through Article: 2 SAICM – Global Pan of Action (by activity number) Code of Conduct (by Code article) 12.3 All parties should observe this Code and should promote the principles and ethics expressed by the Code, irrespective of other parties’ ability to observe the Code. (...) Work area: Sound agricultural practices 16 SAICM – Global Pan of Action (by activity number) Code of Conduct (by Code article) 3.7 Concerted efforts should be made by governments to develop and promote the use of IPM. (...) One of the main objectives of the Code of Conduct, in particular expressed through article: 12.3 All parties should observe this Code and should promote the principles and ethics expressed by the Code, irrespective of other parties’ ability to observe the Code.
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Score: 899695.9 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...s/Code/ComparisonSAICMCode.pdf
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The ICC Code promotes a number of general principles that marketers and advertisers should adhere to in their advertising and marketing communications. (...) When promoting specific pesticide products, the provisions of the Code of Conduct are in principle applicable to all types of advertisements listed in chapter 2 of these guidelines. (...) Promotion of pesticides should always adhere to the practices laid down in the ICC Code [4].
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Score: 891910.5 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...es/Code/Advertisingfinal10.pdf
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Leveraging from past success from the UN@75 celebrations, whereby UNECA in partnership with the ITU hosted a Hybrid Continental Coding Camp in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and the African Girls Can Code Initiative (AGCCI) at the 53rd session, this Connected African Girls coding camp seeks to continue the momentum towards promoting an interdisciplinary approach to learning and skills development that transcends throughout cognitive fields and focuses on addressing authentic, real-world problems by means of the complex use of technological tools. (...) The Connected African Girls, coding camp, will provide the necessary technology education and skills to young women and girls to promote Africa's integration, generate inclusive economic growth, stimulate job creation, break the digital divide, and eradicate poverty for the continent’s socio-economic development and ensure Africa’s ownership of modern tools of digital management. (...) Expected Outcomes Some of the expected outcomes from running the camps are: • Create meaningful partnerships with local and regional stakeholders which includes innovation hubs, academia, and private sector; • Showcase innovations and projects that are done by these young innovators; • Create national and regional attention on girls, ICTs, and coding through media campaigns; • Promote the mainstream of ICTs, gender, and coding into the national curricula; • Build a mentorship program; • Promote the dedicated website for the coding camp which allows to keep track of Trainees progresses, and allow communication between Trainees, Trainers and Role models.
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Score: 888129 - https://www.uneca.org/sites/de...mp_July2021_23june-version.pdf
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Recommendation 32 E-Commerce Self-Regulatory Instruments (Codes of Conduct) Ten countries upheld and promoted Codes of Conduct for electronic commerce. (...) The UNECE recommendation discourages this practice and states that when there is legitimate need for inspection, the authorities concerned should accept certificates issued by official control bodies in the country of export. 28. Codes for Types of Means of Transport The United Nations Centre for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business (UN/CEFACT) recommends that Governments and business mutually promote and support the implementation of one single system for the coding and classification of types of means of transport towards a common approach to trade facilitation on a world wide level. 31. (...) E-Commerce Self-Regulatory Instruments (Codes of Conduct) Member States should, in addition to other solutions, recognize the essential need for the development, support and promulgation of voluntary codes of conduct for electronic business so as to support the development of international trade, and therefore, promote and facilitate the development of self-regulation instruments for electronic business as codes of conduct and trustmark schemes by national and international trade organizations; as well as promote and facilitate the development of national and international accreditation schemes for self-regulation instruments. __________________ Economic and Social Council E A list of the UN/CEFACT recommendation is in Annex 1 Only involved in awareness building being investigated legislation as noted on the US line, but not based on the UN recommendation
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Score: 887727.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...nary/plenary04/docs/04cf31.doc
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The WHO Global CODE of Practice on the International Recruitment of Health Personnel WHO Global Code of Practice on the International Recruitment of Health Personnel Sixty-third World Health Assembly - WHA63.16 May 2010 WHA63.16 1 WHA63.16 - WHO Global Code of Practice on the International Recruitment of Health Personnel The Sixty-third World Health Assembly, Having considered the revised draft global code of practice on the international recruitment of health personnel, annexed to the report by the Secretariat on the international recruitment of health personnel: draft global code of practice1, 1. (...) Member States should discourage active recruitment of health personnel from developing countries facing critical shortages of health workers. 5.2 Member States should use this Code as a guide when entering into bilateral, and/or regional and/or multilateral arrangements, to promote international cooperation and coordination on international recruitment of health personnel. (...) Recruiters and employers should cooperate fully in the observance of the Code and promote the guiding principles expressed by the Code, irrespective of a Member State’s ability to implement the Code. 8.5 Member States should, to the extent possible, and according to legal responsibilities, working with relevant stakeholders, maintain a record, updated at regular intervals, of all recruiters authorized by competent authorities to operate within their jurisdiction. 8.6 Member States should, to the extent possible, encourage and promote good practices among recruitment agencies by only using those agencies that comply with the guiding principles of the Code.
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Score: 885078.5 - https://www.who.int/hrh/migration/code/code_en.pdf
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Migrant recruiters adopt Code of Conduct in Lebanon Recruitment agencies syndicate adopts Code of Conduct to respect migrant workers’ rights. News | 07 June 2013 Contact(s): Rena Timsah, PROWD Project Communications Consultant; (t) +961 1 752 191 ex: 190; g1beyexcoll@ilo.org Beirut (ILO News) – The Syndicate of Owners of Recruitment Agencies in Lebanon (SORAL) has adopted a Code of Conduct in efforts to promote respect for migrant workers’ rights in Lebanon, it announced on Thursday (June 6) in a conference organized by Caritas with the support of ILO. (...) They are also bound to cover travel expenses for workers with serious illnesses during trial periods, after which the employer becomes responsible for repatriation expenses. “By adopting this code of conduct, SORAL is showing a strong commitment to protecting the rights of migrant domestic workers in Lebanon,” said Zeina Mezher, National Project Coordinator of the ILO project “Promoting Rights of Women Domestic Workers” (PROWD).
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Score: 883547.9 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_215286/lang--en/index.htm
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Migrant recruiters adopt Code of Conduct in Lebanon Recruitment agencies syndicate adopts Code of Conduct to respect migrant workers’ rights. News | 07 June 2013 Contact(s): Rena Timsah, PROWD Project Communications Consultant; (t) +961 1 752 191 ex: 190; g1beyexcoll@ilo.org Beirut (ILO News) – The Syndicate of Owners of Recruitment Agencies in Lebanon (SORAL) has adopted a Code of Conduct in efforts to promote respect for migrant workers’ rights in Lebanon, it announced on Thursday (June 6) in a conference organized by Caritas with the support of ILO. (...) They are also bound to cover travel expenses for workers with serious illnesses during trial periods, after which the employer becomes responsible for repatriation expenses. “By adopting this code of conduct, SORAL is showing a strong commitment to protecting the rights of migrant domestic workers in Lebanon,” said Zeina Mezher, National Project Coordinator of the ILO project “Promoting Rights of Women Domestic Workers” (PROWD).
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Score: 883547.9 - www.ilo.org/beirut/medi...WCMS_215286/lang--en/index.htm
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However, the misconduct of baby food breastfeeding practices, as these companies reap profits from promotion of their products which directly compete with breastfeeding. published by IBFAN’s Internat Code violations by 27 companies in some 81 countries. (...) To meet their obligations, sanctions for Code violations into their legislation 3. Launch modern and attractive digital support Governments should promote and attractive media campaigns. (...) Resolution WHA61.20 to scale up efforts to monitor and enforce national measures and to avoid conflicts of To meet their obligations, States should therefore be urged to impl for Code violations into their legislation. and attractive digital campaigns on breastfeeding promotion mote and support optimal breastfeeding practices campaigns.
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Score: 881725.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...CRC/Discussions/2014/IBFAN.pdf
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