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Where disaggregation is available, it is usually by sector rather than sex (e.g., business, government, home or education). (...) This is partly because this kind of data is easier to obtain through the use of web-based surveys. In other words, an Internet user will have access to the World Wide Web and can access and fill out an online form. (...) There are also a number of surveys that have been carried out showing breakdowns of ICT usage by sex but that are not easily accessible. A project could implemented that would do web-based research to uncover and document these studies.
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Score: 1078652.3 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/WICT02/doc/pdf/Doc07_E.pdf
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He avers that acts of transporting Congolese women in his service vehicle, having sex with up to three of these women and eventually paying each woman do not violate SEA rules. 12. (...) The exchange of money, employment, goods or services for sex, including sexual favours or other forms of humiliating, degrading or exploitative behaviour, is prohibited. (...) Further, the Tribunal has read the web articles30 whose links the Applicant cited in his application alleging that; it is common for UN staff pay others for sex… Moreover UN officials 29 Application, annex 2, para. 75. 30 Applicant’s closing submissions, para. 13, footnotes 11 and 12.
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Score: 1052262.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-121.pdf
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• Many of these jobs are in occupations traditionally dominated by women, but detailed analysis by gender has not been done 3 approaches to measuring ICT employment Employment in ICT occupations • Jobs that require skills in the production of ICT goods and services Employment in the ICT Sector (by industry) • Jobs in establishments that mainly produce ICT goods and services Employment using ICT skills and tools • Jobs that require skills in the use of ICT 06/12/2013 3 Employment in the ICT Sector • Jobs in establishments that mainly produce ICT goods and services • Proposed revision of existing core indicator: – (ICT 1) Proportion of total business sector workforce involved in the ICT sector (by sex) Need to add disaggregation by sex Includes some jobs that do not require ICT skills Does not include all jobs that require ICT skills • ICT Sector is defined as an alternative aggregation of the International Standard Industrial Classification (ISIC Rev. 4): ‘a statistical basis for the measurement, in an internationally comparable way, of that part of economic activity that is generated by the production of ICT goods and services’ Department of Statistics ICT Sector in ISIC Rev 4 ICT manufacturing industries 2610 Manufacture of electronic components and boards 2620 Manufacture of computers and peripheral equipment 2630 Manufacture of communication equipment 2640 Manufacture of consumer electronics 2680 Manufacture of magnetic and optical media ICT trade industries 4651 Wholesale of computers, computer peripheral equipment and software 4652 Wholesale of electronic and telecommunications equipment and parts ICT services industries 5820 Software publishing 61 Telecommunications 6110 Wired telecommunications activities 6120 Wireless telecommunications activities 6130 Satellite telecommunications activities 6190 Other telecommunications activities 62 Computer programming, consultancy and related activities 6201 Computer programming activities 6202 Computer consultancy and computer facilities management activities 6209 Other information technology and computer service activities 631 Data processing, hosting and related activities; web portals 6311 Data processing, hosting and related activities 6312 Web portals 951 Repair of computers and communication equipment 9511 Repair of computers and peripheral equipment 9512 Repair of communication equipment 06/12/2013 4 Employment in ICT Sector – data sources • Requires industry coding at a detailed level of ISIC or a related classification • Establishment surveys provide data on total employment by economic activity – Good quality industry information – Breakdown by sex not always available – Coverage of informal sector may not be good • Household surveys (e.g. Labour force survey) and Population Census – Poorer quality industry coding – Disaggregation by sex is possible and usual – Better coverage of informal sector • Administrative data sources – Varying quality, availability and coverage Employment in ICT occupations • Proportion of employment in ICT occupations by sex Proposed additional indicator • Termed ‘ICT Specialists’ in OECD publications Jobs that require skills in the production of ICT goods and services • Approximately half are employed outside the ICT sector Includes jobs within and outside the ICT sector • Proposed ISCO-08 ‘Thematic view’ for ICT occupations Occupational groups to be defined in terms of the International Standard Classification of Occupations (ISCO- 08) 06/12/2013 5 Department of Statistics ICT Sub-major groups in ISCO-08 35 Information and Communications Technicians 351 Information and Communications Technology Operations and User Support Technicians 3511 Information and Communications Technology Operations Technicians 3512 Information and Communications Technology User Support Technicians 3513 Computer Network and Systems Technicians 3514 Web Technicians 352 Telecommunications and Broadcasting Technicians 3521 Broadcasting and Audio-visual Technicians 3522 Telecommunications Engineering Technicians 25 Information and Communications Technology Professionals 251 Software and Applications Developers and Analysts 2511 Systems Analysts 2512 Software Developers 2513 Web and Multimedia Developers 2514 Applications Programmers 2519 Software and Applications Developers and Analysts Not Elsewhere Classified 252 Database and Network Professionals 2521 Database Designers and Administrators 2522 Systems Administrators 2523 Computer Network Professionals 2529 Database and Network Professionals Not Elsewhere Classified Other ICT related groups in ISCO-08 1330 Information and Communications Technology Service Managers 2152 Electronics Engineers 2153 Telecommunications Engineers 2166 Graphic and Multimedia Designers 2356 Information Technology Trainers 2434 Information and Communications Technology Sales Professionals 7422 Information and Communications Technology Installers and Servicers Identification requires data coded to ISCO-08 4-digit level Variations in currently available datasets Agreement needed on which of these (and any others) to include 06/12/2013 6 Employment in ICT Occupations – data sources For complete information occupation coding is needed at the most detailed 4-digit level of ISCO-08 or a related national classification Partial information can be obtained from data at 2-digit level • Establishment surveys frequently do not identify occupations – Breakdown by sex not always available – Coverage of informal sector may not be good • Household surveys (e.g. (...) An increasing number of occupations require ICT skills Difficult to measure over time Likely to require data at ISCO 4-digit level More development work needed 06/12/2013 7 Currently available data • Some international data are compiled in OECD and Eurostat publications and outputs – Limited coverage for non OECD countries • National publications and databases – Mainly OECD countries • ILO collects annual data disaggregated by sex for ISCO-08 Sub-major Group 25: Information and Communications Technology Professionals Next steps • Need to endorse disaggregation by sex for core indicator on employment in the ICT Sector • Agreement needed on occupations to be included in proposed new core indicator ‘Employment in ICT Occupations’ ILO proposes to circulate a discussion paper among practitioners in ICT statistics and national experts in occupation classification • Further investigation of viability of an indicator of ‘Employment using ICT Skills and Tools’
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Score: 1041725.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/S.../events/wtis2013/015_E_doc.pdf
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In the Netherlands, where prostitution is legal, the sex industry generates almost US$ 1 billion a year. (...) This is possible only if both sending and receiving countries are firm, and sincerely committed to criminalizing trafficking in people; Assist sending countries to draft legislation to undermine the activities of traffickers, to institutionalize migration through migrant labour relations, and to strengthen their law-enforcement mechanisms and agents; Strengthen border control in all the countries concerned using new technologies without restricting international trade and tourism; Improve the transparency and monitoring of the activities of tourist and recruitment agencies, including by setting up an intergovernmental interactive consumer awareness web site with information on recruiting, advertising and tourist agencies implicated in crime groups; Establish an international network of recruiting agencies by means of international licensing; Study the experience of countries like the Netherlands needs to evaluate the impact of its new regulation of the sex industry on the supply of trafficked women. (...) Trafficking and economic indicators in selected sending countries (1989-2001) Table 2. The scale of the sex services market in Europe Table 3. Punishing trafficking in peoples and sexual exploitation For further information, please contact: Ewa Ruminska-Zimny Coordinator, Beijing +10 Regional Meeting United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) Palais des Nations – Office 329-1 CH-1211 Geneva 10, Switzerland Phone: +41 (0) 22 917 16 98 Fax: +41 (0) 22 917 00 36 E-mail: ewa.zimny@unece.org Web site: http://www.unece.org/oes/gender References “Economic Causes of Trafficking in Women in the UNECE Region” - Secretariat Note for the Regional Preparatory Meeting for the 10-Year Review of Implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action (Beijing +10) - ECE/AC.28/2004/10 Report from the Regional Symposium on Gender Mainstreaming into Economic Policies, 28-30 January 2004 ( http://www.unece.org/oes/gender/documents/REPORT.pdf ) Ref: ECE/GEN/04/N03 Print this page © United Nations Economic Commission for Europe | Terms of Use | Privacy Notice |
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Score: 986832 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2004/04gen_n03e.htm
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Sex workers in many places are highly vulnerable to HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (such as syphilis) due to multiple factors, including large numbers of sex partners, unsafe working conditions, and inability to negotiate consistent condom use. Syphilis screening and treatment among sex workers has the potential to both improve the health of individual sex workers as well as their clients. View data View data on the World Health Data Platform More data products on STIs Maps Statistical reports Web pages on STIs and reproductive tract infections You are here: Global Health Observatory (GHO) data Sex workers and syphilis Regions Africa Americas Eastern Mediterranean Europe South-East Asia Western Pacific About us Careers Library Procurement Publications Frequently asked questions Contact us Subscribe to our newsletters Privacy Legal Notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 984052.1 - https://www.who.int/gho/sti/sex_workers/en/
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Score: 971393.8 - https://www.undp.org/fr/tag/egalite-des-sexes
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These guidelines aim to: provide a comprehensive package of evidence-based HIV-related recommendations for all key populations; increase awareness of the needs of and issues important to key populations; improve access, coverage and uptake of effective and acceptable services; and catalyze greater national and global commitment to adequate funding and services. Web annexes The web annexes include the systematic reviews, literature review, values and preferences, supplementary case studies and technical briefs on HIV and young key populations that informed the development of guidance and recommendations for the Consolidated guidelines on HIV prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care for key populations. (...) Pre-exposure prophylaxis for men who have sex with men: a systematic review (file size: 606 KB) Annex 2.  (...) On the ground: Programmes serving the needs of key populations (case studies) (file size: 1 MB) Annex 6.1  HIV and young transgender people pdf, 179kb Inter-Agency Working Group on Key Populations technical brief Annex 6.2  HIV and young people who sell sex pdf, 203kb Inter-Agency Working Group on Key Populations technical brief Annex 6.3  HIV and young people who inject drugs pdf, 179kb Inter-Agency Working Group on Key Populations technical brief Annex 6.4  HIV and young men who have sex with men pdf, 195kb Inter-Agency Working Group on Key Populations technical brief WHO Team Guidelines Review Committee Editors WHO Number of pages 184 Reference numbers ISBN: 9789241507431 Copyright All rights reserved Regions Africa Americas Eastern Mediterranean Europe South-East Asia Western Pacific Policies Cyber security Ethics Permissions and licensing Preventing sexual exploitation Terms of use About us Careers Library Procurement Publications Frequently asked questions Contact us Subscribe to our newsletters Privacy Legal Notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 970767.6 - https://www.who.int/publicatio...-detail-redirect/9789241507431
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These guidelines aim to: provide a comprehensive package of evidence-based HIV-related recommendations for all key populations; increase awareness of the needs of and issues important to key populations; improve access, coverage and uptake of effective and acceptable services; and catalyze greater national and global commitment to adequate funding and services. Web annexes The web annexes include the systematic reviews, literature review, values and preferences, supplementary case studies and technical briefs on HIV and young key populations that informed the development of guidance and recommendations for the Consolidated guidelines on HIV prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care for key populations. (...) Pre-exposure prophylaxis for men who have sex with men: a systematic review (file size: 606 KB) Annex 2.  (...) On the ground: Programmes serving the needs of key populations (case studies) (file size: 1 MB) Annex 6.1  HIV and young transgender people pdf, 179kb Inter-Agency Working Group on Key Populations technical brief Annex 6.2  HIV and young people who sell sex pdf, 203kb Inter-Agency Working Group on Key Populations technical brief Annex 6.3  HIV and young people who inject drugs pdf, 179kb Inter-Agency Working Group on Key Populations technical brief Annex 6.4  HIV and young men who have sex with men pdf, 195kb Inter-Agency Working Group on Key Populations technical brief WHO Team Guidelines Review Committee Editors WHO Number of pages 184 Reference numbers ISBN: 9789241507431 Copyright All rights reserved Regions Africa Americas Eastern Mediterranean Europe South-East Asia Western Pacific Policies Cyber security Ethics Permissions and licensing Preventing sexual exploitation Terms of use About us Careers Library Procurement Publications Frequently asked questions Contact us Subscribe to our newsletters Privacy Legal Notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 970767.6 - https://www.who.int/publications/i/item/9789241507431
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Web page translation Translation of web pages between languages. (...) Online storage and backup Offsite and peer-to-peer storage for backup, sharing and hosting. Web-based e-mail Public web-based e-mail services. (...) Includes explicit anime and cartoons; general explicit depictions; other fetish material; explicit chat rooms; sex simulators; strip poker; adult movies; lewd art; and web-based explicit e-mail.
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Score: 964920.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=ST/IC/2014/27&Lang=E
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sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwijtbrLp6nRAhUBxiYKHZPkBcIQFggcMAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.unfpa.org%2F&usg=AFQjCNEnatpPISWBnL3eofEW-uuzv4Nfzw https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwijtbrLp6nRAhUBxiYKHZPkBcIQFggcMAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.unfpa.org%2F&usg=AFQjCNEnatpPISWBnL3eofEW-uuzv4Nfzw https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwijtbrLp6nRAhUBxiYKHZPkBcIQFggcMAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.unfpa.org%2F&usg=AFQjCNEnatpPISWBnL3eofEW-uuzv4Nfzw Annex I (b) Allegations (involving Implementing Partners and Non-UN Military Forces) by number of victims reported by all UN entities in 2018 Nature of allegation International Organization for Migration Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs United Nations Children's Fund United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees United Nations Office for Project Services United Nations Population Fund World Food Programme Non-UN Forces under a Security Council mandate Total Adult Rape - - - 2 - - - - 2 Sexual assault 1 - - 2 - - - - 3 Transactional sex - - - 4 1 1 - 6 Solicitation of transactional sex - - - 6 1 1 - - 8 Exploitative relationship - - 1 4 2 1 - - 8 Other Forms of Sexual Exploitation - - - 25 - - 1 - 26 Other Form of Sexual Violence - - - 2 - - - - 2 Trafficking for SEA - - - - - - - - Other - - - 1 - - - - 1 Child Rape - - 2 5 - - 2 2 11 Sexual assault - - 6 8 - - 1 - 15 Solicitation of child prostitution - - - 3 - - - - 3 Trafficking for SEA - - - - - - - - Other Forms of Sexual Exploitation - - - 27 - - 1 - 28 Other Forms of Sexual Violence - - 2 - - 2 - 4 Other - - - - - - - - Unknown Age Unknown - 1 - 3 - - - - 4 Other - - 1 1 - - - - 2 Total 1 1 12 89 7 3 8 2 123 https://www.google.com/url?
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Score: 962764.6 - https://www.un.org/preventing-...l_measures_report_20190318.pdf
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