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A few countries like China, Australia, Portugal, Turkey, India, Brazil, US and others have chosen to spend their stimulus dollars to enhance their education systems, build out broadband and re-duce VAT on technology products. In other words, they are spending “strategically” to increase their economies for today and tomorrow. (...) Countries can choose to spend their and homes to monitor and adjust usage; 27
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Score: 698610.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...s2/web/WebSearch/page0029.html
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Global Day of Action on Military Spending – UNODA     مرحبا بكم في الأمم المتحدة العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español اللغة العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Global Day of Action on Military Spending 17 April 2012 — As part of 140 events in 41 countries worldwide, an event in the framework of the 2nd Global Day of Action on Military Spending, coordinated by the United Nations Office in Geneva, the International Peace Bureau (Geneva) and the UN Institute for Disarmament Research, was held in Palais des Nations on 17 April 2012 with support from the UN Office for Disarmament Affairs. (...) Helen Wilandh from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), also presented data on military spending at the event. Analysis, by both the UN and SIPRI, points to a certain slowdown in the growth and even reduction of military spending, particularly in North America and Western and Central Europe. (...) Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva, on “The Human Cost of Military Spending” High Representative for Disarmament Affairs’, Ms.
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Score: 698431.4 - https://www.un.org/disarmament/ar/update/20120417/
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Report Update of the methodology for estimating public spending on children and adolescents Report Available in: Español English Highlights As part of its efforts to improve the quality of life of children and adolescents, the Peruvian Government developed, in 2014, a methodology to measure the Public Spending on Children and Adolescents (GPNNA). (...) The following section introduces the main definitions of public spending, describes the process carried out to update the budget sequences and the weighting factors used to estimate non-specific spending. The third section discusses the GPNNA estimates in line with certain disaggregation of the public spending. Finally, the last section, presents the main conclusions of the methodological update process.
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Score: 698371.8 - https://www.unicef.org/peru/en...ding-children-adolescents-peru
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Side Event on Rethinking Unconstrained Military Spending – UNODA     Welcome to the United Nations. (...) John Reyels from the German Federal Foreign Office welcomed the publication and spoke of his hope that it will support reinstating the reduction of military spending as a central objective of the disarmament and arms control agenda. (...) Ray Acheson from the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom applied a feminist lens towards the issue of excessive military spending, highlighting the significant link between gender, militarism and unconstrained military spending.
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Score: 698324.1 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...constrained-military-spending/
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A new publication by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization ( UNESCO ) shows that global spending on education is concentrated in just a few countries, with the education budget of a single country like France or Italy outweighing education spending across all of sub-Saharan Africa. Produced by the UNESCO Institute for Statistics, the report finds that sub-Saharan African countries – home to 15 per cent of the school-age population – spend only 2.4 per cent of global education resources. By contrast, the United States spends 28 per cent of the global education budget although only 4 per cent of the world’s children and young people live there.
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Score: 698324.1 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2...ed-few-countries-unesco-report
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John Reyels from the German Federal Foreign Office welcomed the publication and spoke of his hope that it will support reinstating the reduction of military spending as a central objective of the disarmament and arms control agenda. (...) Ray Acheson from the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom applied a feminist lens towards the issue of excessive military spending, highlighting the significant link between gender, militarism and unconstrained military spending. She underlined the concerning reality in disarmament that those who have the most to lose from their voices being excluded from conversations around excessive military spending often being the very individuals who are absent from the table.
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Score: 698324.1 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...constrained-military-spending/
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John Reyels from the German Federal Foreign Office welcomed the publication and spoke of his hope that it will support reinstating the reduction of military spending as a central objective of the disarmament and arms control agenda. (...) Ray Acheson from the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom applied a feminist lens towards the issue of excessive military spending, highlighting the significant link between gender, militarism and unconstrained military spending. She underlined the concerning reality in disarmament that those who have the most to lose from their voices being excluded from conversations around excessive military spending often being the very individuals who are absent from the table.
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Score: 698324.1 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...constrained-military-spending/
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John Reyels from the German Federal Foreign Office welcomed the publication and spoke of his hope that it will support reinstating the reduction of military spending as a central objective of the disarmament and arms control agenda. (...) Ray Acheson from the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom applied a feminist lens towards the issue of excessive military spending, highlighting the significant link between gender, militarism and unconstrained military spending. She underlined the concerning reality in disarmament that those who have the most to lose from their voices being excluded from conversations around excessive military spending often being the very individuals who are absent from the table.
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Score: 698324.1 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...constrained-military-spending/
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John Reyels from the German Federal Foreign Office welcomed the publication and spoke of his hope that it will support reinstating the reduction of military spending as a central objective of the disarmament and arms control agenda. (...) Ray Acheson from the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom applied a feminist lens towards the issue of excessive military spending, highlighting the significant link between gender, militarism and unconstrained military spending. She underlined the concerning reality in disarmament that those who have the most to lose from their voices being excluded from conversations around excessive military spending often being the very individuals who are absent from the table.
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Score: 698324.1 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...constrained-military-spending/
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Efforts to estimate spending on pollution control and other environmental activities by the private sector were also made. (...) Despite many methodological problems involved in the elaboration of these indicators, it was possible to identify trends and conclusions for environmental spending. At the federal government level, it was estimated that environmental expenditures were between 0.4% and 1% of the federal spending. (...) If the estimated industrial environmental spending (R$ 160 million) is added, the total spending becomes R$ 4.1 billion (0.34% of GDP), or R$ 23.9 per capita (US$ 9.6 per capita).
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Score: 698201.5 - https://www.cepal.org/fr/node/22223
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