• Indonesia: Back to work - ILO's tsunami response, Aceh, Indonesia

    The short film documented the ILO's programme to assist affected people in Aceh to find work by delivering skills training, opening employment centre, involving people in reconstruction and rehabilitation works, improving the capacity of local organizations in employment related matters and so forth. Due to the tsunami, the unemployment Aceh had jumped from 6.8 per cent to more than 30 per cent. The film was already broadcasted by a national TV station (only available in Bahasa Indonesia).

    published: 03 Jun 2011
  • Indonesia: Kembali Bekerja - Respons ILO terhadap Tsunami di Aceh

    Film pendek ini mendokumentasikan program-program ILO untuk membantu mereka yang terkena dampak tsunami Aceh mendapatkan pekerjaan. Program-program ini termasuk pemberian pelatihan keterampilan, pembukaan pusat ketenagakerjaan, melibatkan masyarakat dalam pekerjaan rekonstruksi dan rehabilitasi, meningkatkan kapasitas organisasi lokal dalam masalah terkait ketenagakerjaan. Setelah tsunami, pengangguran di Aceh meningkat tajam dari 6,8 persen ke lebih dari 30 persen. (Film ini hanya tersedia dalam Bahasa Indonesia). This short film documents the ILO's programme to assist people who were affected by the 2004 tsunami in Aceh to find work. The programme includes delivering skills training, helping to open employment centres, involving people in reconstruction and rehabilitation works, and im...

    published: 24 Jun 2011
  • Sustainable Palm Oil Training for GAR Suppliers in Aceh

    Golden Agri-Resources (GAR) conducted a a sustainable palm oil training for suppliers operating in Aceh, from 3 - 5 May 2017. The session was aimed at educating attendees on the importance of the Leuser Ecosystem, and share sustainable plantation management practices from the GAR Social & Environmental Policy (GSEP)

    published: 03 Jul 2017
  • Pond to Plate: Sustainable shrimp farming in Aceh

    After the 2004 tsunami destroyed the aquaculture industry in Aceh, Indonesia, an area famous for shrimp, small-scale farmers struggled to rebuild their businesses. Now, as part of the IDH-funded Sustaining Shrimp Farming in Aceh project, WorldFish and partners are working with the Aceh Aquaculture Cooperative, formed in 2013, to establish a sustainable business model for the farming of black tiger shrimp, a premium product in foreign markets. The project provided training and support to farmers, helping them to increase their yield, access credit to buy feeds and fertilizer, and connect with buyers in Singapore.

    published: 29 Sep 2016
  • Creating employment

    The development of a plantation has provided the local community with a significant amount of job openings for both men and women. Hundreds of residents are currently employed and has led to an improvement in general welfare and prosperity.

    published: 03 Nov 2016
  • Deklarasi RRI Aceh 2

    published: 28 Dec 2016
  • Better Work is good for working conditions and profitability of garment factories

    Professor Drusilla Brown from Tufts University discusses the key findings of an independent impact assessment of the Better Work programme, which she led. The report shows significant gains in quality of life for workers in factories they advise, as well as enhanced productivity and profitability for those businesses involved. Better Work , established in 2007 by the UN’s International Labour Organization and the International Finance Corporation, a member the World Bank Group, aims to improve working conditions and promote competitiveness in global garment supply chains. The programme operates in 7 countries: Bangladesh, Cambodia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Jordan, Haiti, and Nicaragua and currently engages 1300 factories employing more than 1.6 million workers. Find out more: http://www.i...

    published: 27 Sep 2016
  • Balkans@Work: Boosting Employment in Western Balkans

    The need for common actions and viable instruments pro youth employment in Western Balkans lead Swisscontact to establish the foundations of the Balkans@Work network. This inter-Balkan platform brings together and promotes synergy between international agencies, civil society organizations, donors, policymakers and private companies engaged in the labour market integration of young people in this region. This initiative of Swisscontact’s Regional Eastern Europe Office was launched in Tirana in a dynamic event with “Coaching for Employment” approach at the focus. Field visits to the Ford Company, the Public Employment Office of Durres and Non-Profit ARSIS Organisation illustrated how Swisscontact and its partners made possible the training and employment of “Coaching for Employment” parti...

    published: 20 Feb 2017
  • Informal gold mining in Mongolia

    Severe drought and heavy loss of livestock have led traditional Mongolian herders to mine gold in order to survive. Their work is hazardous and illegal. A new law has been proposed to help improve the working conditions of 100,000 informal gold miners. English VNR 2006

    published: 10 Aug 2016
  • Rebels disarm after delegates meet president

    SHOTLIST 1. Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono entering press conference room 2. Cutaway of journalists 3. Various of Indonesian ministers 4. Yudhoyono at podium 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, Indonesian President: "I would like to convey my heart-felt gratitude to the international communities for their generous contribution to support the reconstruction effort in Aceh. It is important to sustain long-term commitment for the continuity of the reconstruction programme in Aceh." 6. Cutaway of local military commander in Aceh 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, Indonesian President: "I hope that the peace process here in Aceh will be a long-lasting moment since stability is a key factor to make the reconstruction programme in Aceh a su...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Community Infrastructure Development Reducing Poverty in Times of Crisis

    ILOTV You Tube- 12 January 2012 - Disasters like floods, landslides, earthquakes or volcanic eruptions often occur in countries such as the Philippines. It is more likely that the poor and vulnerable will suffer the most from disasters including impacts of climate change. The video presents ILO demonstration projects through the Employment Intensive Investment Programme (EIIP) which created jobs at the community level using local resource-based investments in infrastructure. In the Philippines, EIIP developed and applied Community Contracting and Cash-for-Work in calamity-prone areas to provide employment opportunities for residents and affected families. It proved that emergency interventions after a calamity not only provide immediate relief and employment for the affected families but a...

    published: 14 Jan 2012
  • [EPM] Australia Awards Case Study - Bhutanese Ratna B Gurung

    EPM Event & Media Productions where retained by Horizon Communication Group to produce a 53-part series of international case studies for the annual Australia Awards - a special scholarship and award programme by the Australian Government, Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations. Ratna B Gurung, from Bhutan, is a livestock research scientist who has used his Australia Award to study his PhD in Australia on mycobacterium paratuberculosis, a deadly disease found in cattle and sheep. All Australia Award productions were in 4:3 and the final production was distributed on DVD9, including translations and subtitles in multiple languages. Shoot locations included, Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong, as well across Australia. Individual countries represented included: Brazil...

    published: 08 Sep 2013
  • Boxcopy Vs Coffee Job

    Invisible Structures: Australian artist collectives in Tokyo, Singapore and Yogyakarta // Supported by Next Wave and Asialink // 10 December 2010 -- 5 February 2011 - http://inside.nextwave.org.au/news/in... Invisible Structures: Australian artist collectives in Tokyo, Singapore and Yogyakarta presents three Australian artist collectives on separate residencies across Asia. The project is the second-stage of Structural Integrity, a high-profile exhibition, residency and cultural-exchange project involving 11 local and international Artist Run Initiatives (ARIs) that was part of the 2010 Next Wave Festival, held in Melbourne, Australia in May 2010. Invisible Structures embraces collaborative and process-based projects, presenting opportunities for an even deeper engagement between the part...

    published: 18 Mar 2011
  • Rescued from Human Trafficking in Singapore

    Human trafficking happens in Singapore. It is real and fiercely alive; a heinous crime that has devastated millions of innocent lives. These victims could be in our neighbourhoods or workplaces. By learning how to recognise signs of a victim, we will be better equipped to provide help, or even better; prevent a tragedy. The scary truth is - each and every one of us could become a victim of trafficking, especially in our globalised society now. Many seek better futures for themselves and their families by relocating to foreign countries for work. Striking deals with deceptive employers, unsuspecting victims fall prey to false offers. Few ever escape and many remain entrapped in sex work, forced labour or exploitative employment conditions. We met Lilis two years ago in the shelter tha...

    published: 30 Jul 2017
  • Illegal brothel Alexis closed, Jakarta Governor urges workers to find jobs in Sharia-compliant hotel

    At the reception desk of a Sharia hotel in Jakarta, religion is on show. Guests are checked in by young women wearing matching purple jilbabs that fall across the shoulders of their black jackets.There is a collection box for the local mosque in a corner of the lobby, and the hotel's mission statement is fastened to an adjacent wall, making it clear this is a "halal hotel".The front desk staff of the Hotel Sofyan are trained to catch out any couples who look like breaching the hotel's adherence to sharia law."If they are not married, they cannot stay here," explains Asep, one of the front desk staff.Sharia is the Islamic religious code that mandates — among other things — modest clothing and behaviour.In Indonesia's Aceh province, offences against Sharia, such as sex before marriage or ga...

    published: 08 Nov 2017
  • 2016展翅青見超新星(華生, Raza)

    巴基斯坦藉的華生在香港出生,在巴基斯坦度過小學階段。雖然華生初中才回香港讀書,但能說得一口流利廣東話和英語,亦懂烏爾都語。性格開朗活潑的華生,希望找到有上流機會和有意義的工作。參加「少數族裔就業大使計劃」後,他被安排到勞工處就業中心工作,經常接觸就業市場的資訊,令他更了解往後工作的方向。現時,他在社會服務機構擔任活動助理,協助少數族裔人士求職和學習中文。華生為人生動幽默,說話富感染力,上司亦派他四出進行企業探訪,讓更多僱主認識少數族裔人士的文化及宗教,為他們提供工作機會。 華生有遠大的理想,他希望透過自己的工作,鼓勵少數族裔人士融入香港社會。作為香港一份子,他亦希望日後所選取的職業路向,能為香港社會作出貢獻。 2016 Most Improved Trainees of YETP (Raza) A Hong Kong-born Pakistani, Raza attended primary school in Pakistan. Although Raza only came back to Hong Kong to pursue secondary education, he speaks fluent Cantonese and English and can communicate in Urdu as well. Raza has a cheerful character and longs for a meaningful job that can offer him upward mobility. After participating in the "Employment Services Ambassador Programme for Ethnic Minorities", he was assigned to work in a job cent...

    published: 13 Mar 2017
  • Resentment grows against foreign workers in the UK

    Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe It was not so long ago that eastern Europeans were welcomed with open arms in Britain. Now suddenly eastern Europeans here are viewed with a mixture of hostility and resentment. High unemployment and government pressure to force the British jobless into work they don't want are driving a wedge between locals and migrants. Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports from Boston, eastern England.

    published: 09 Apr 2012
  • UNHCR calls on countries to end plight of millions stateless people

    (25 Aug 2011) 1. Set up shot of Antonio Guterres, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Antonio Guterres, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees "There is not enough awareness. Many people do not even know what statelessness means. Everybody knows what a refugee is, but what is it to be a stateless person? And also because sometimes states, for reasons of national sovereignty, are very reluctant to engage in an international commitment in relation to questions of nationality that are in the very centre of their sovereignty concerns." 3. Mid of flag 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Antonio Guterres, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees "But it is a dramatic problem. Imagine yourself, you are not here in London, you are in the slu...

    published: 30 Jul 2015
  • Exxon Mobile | $1000 Exxon Mobile Gift Card | Exxon Mobile promotion

    get a chance to win $1000 Exxon Mobile Gift Card by just enter your valid e-mail plus confirmation ============================== exxonmobil exxonmobil accountonline com jobs exxonmobil who headed exxonmobil in aceh? exxonmobil hse positions exxonmobil houston, tx exxonmobil chemical company exxonmobil canada exxonmobil 96228200 aceh and exxonmobil in today stephen pryor exxonmobil rex w. tillerson exxonmobil email nick greco exxonmobil logo for exxonmobil hibernia canada exxonmobil exxonmobil workshop retirement group benefits exxonmobil ventas exxonmobil valve aml exxonmobil retiree exxonmobil pay scale exxonmobil medical clinic, baytown, tx exxonmobil mastercard exxonmobil lng project png exxonmobil gas credit card exxonmobil fairfax virginia zip code exxonmobil enterprise value exxonm...

    published: 31 Dec 2013
  • Family Gathering BTN KC Jember - Employment Choice Award 2016

    Acara Family Gathering Bank BTN Kantor Cabang Jember Bertema Employment Choice Award 2016 - Cempaka Hill, Jember 23 Oktober 2016. Support By: BKB, PT. Binasentra Purna, Kopkar Batara

    published: 07 Nov 2016
  • Hire Me Kopernik, I am available

    My name is Christina Silitonga. I am 34 years old and a mother of 3 children. I like to apply for the open position as an Office & Liaison Manager for your Organisation Kopernik, based in Ubud - Bali. I have solid combine background between humanitarian organisation and in business oriented. I have ever worked in Aceh for more than 4 years old for Tsunami relief projects in Medan and Aceh. In the last years I pursuit a career as an entrepreneur. I successfully set up and run a coffee shop in Medan. Currently I am managing my own Villa in Bali, which was constructed under my supervision. I have several years of experiences in a variety of fields including finance, administration, logistic and procurement. I am confident to have the qualification and the experience to provide your...

    published: 17 Feb 2015
  • Pakatan: BN behind distasteful hudud leaflets

    Pakatan Rakyat parliamentarians lambasted distasteful leaflets mocking hudud laws that are being distributed by unknown people and they blamed the BN as the culprit behind it. The leaflets depicting violent acts are being distributed by unknown persons, PAS-Shah Alam MP Khalid Samad said today, adding that he suspected Umno to be behind it. http://malaysiakini.com/news/178269

    published: 10 Oct 2011
  • PSR-Recovery Beyond the Crisis

    Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) helps individuals grow beyond the effects of mental illness and substance abuse. It is a recovery program designed to help individuals to recover from mental illness and substance abuse. Part of the recovery process is to build a quality of life which might be achieved through education, employment, volunteer opportunities, developing social interactions, participation in hobbies or pursuing the arts. PSR supports a client to make changes in their values, goals, knowledge, skills, life roles, and self image. Due to these changes clients no longer see themselves as the diagnosis they were given but as the person they are and can live rich and rewarding lives. For more information: http://hospitals.unm.edu/bh/psr/index.shtml

    published: 11 Dec 2012
  • Tawag ng Tanghalan: Vice Ganda rants about traffic and taxicabs

    Vice Ganda shares how he would reform the traffic system in the country should he become president. Subscribe to ABS-CBN Entertainment channel! - http://bit.ly/ABS-CBNEntertainment Watch the full episodes of It’s Showtime on TFC.TV http://bit.ly/ItsShowtime-TFCTV and on IWANT.TV for Philippine viewers, click: http://bit.ly/SHOWTIME-IWANTv Visit our official website! http://entertainment2.abs-cbn.com/tv/shows/tawagngtanghalan/main http://www.push.com.ph Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ABSCBNnetwork Twitter: https://twitter.com/ABSCBN https://twitter.com/abscbndotcom Instagram: http://instagram.com/abscbnonline

    published: 26 Aug 2017
  • Polytechnic Aceh Improves Student Employability through Strong Partnerships in Indonesia

    The people and coastal city of Banda Aceh were devastated when the tsunami hit Indonesia in 2004. USAID, Chevron, and the local government created Polytechnic Aceh, a private institution to serve disenfranchised communities and to develop innovative partnerships for students to succeed. However, when donor attention dries up it becomes especially difficult to keep services flowing at a high level of quality. This short visual case study tells the story of Randa and Nofiana, two students who are breaking through barriers to prepare for jobs, despite limited resources and services. They are building their employability with the support of Polytechnic Aceh’s innovative and expansive internship program which guarantees every student a six month internship. This partnership was greatly broadene...

    published: 23 Nov 2016
  • Fishery Potency in East Aceh Potensi Sektor Perikanan Aceh Timur

    East Aceh Regency (Indonesian: Kabupaten Aceh Timur) is a regency in eastern Aceh Special Region (Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam) of Indonesia. It is located on the island of Sumatra. The regency covers an area of 6,286.01 square kilometres and according to the 2010 census had a population of 360,475 people; the latest official estimate (as at 2014) is 379,507.[1] The regency borders the Malacca Strait to the north-east, the city of Langsa and Aceh Tamiang Regency to the south-east, Gayo Lues Regency to the south, and Central Aceh Regency, Bener Meriah Regency and North Aceh Regency to the west. Economy This regency is rich in petroleum, more so than the North Aceh and Aceh Tamiang regencies. Fishing employs many people in the regency but little of it is exported; people depend on it for food....

    published: 31 Aug 2017
  • EXTRACT BUSINESS SHARK LIVER OIL, BIG AND SMALL ORDER

    WE ARE EMPLOYERS ARE FOCUSED ON WORLD HEART EXTRACT THAT PRODUCE Kesahatan Minya HIU, LOCATION OF OUR BUSINESS IN THE PROVINCE OF ACEH, INDONESIA We are ready to provide shark liver oil large and small orders and we are also ready to cooperate with your efforts mengeluti extracts shark liver oil. if you are interested please send an email to: maul_hamz@yahoo.co.id

    published: 23 Jul 2016
  • How to buy bitcoin in Banda Aceh, Indonesia

    Open account http://tinyurl.com/p63t2559ze crypto-currency bitcoin is genuinely a global currency that employs an open ledger system in order to record trades being sent in someone to a different. All of this happens with no central financial institution in the middle and it's also not operated through government, controlling system, individual organization, or particular person.

    published: 08 Jun 2017
  • LGBT Ensign of Indonesia

    LGBT rights in Indonesia: Indonesiān Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) people in Indonesia will face legal challenges and prejudices not experienced by non LGBT Indonesian residents. Traditional mores traditionally disapprove of Homosexuality and cross-dressing, which impacts public policy. For example, Indonesian Same-sex couples and households headed by Same-sex couples are not eligible for any of the Legal protections available to Opposite-sex married couples. The importance in Indonesia for Social Harmony leads to duties rather than rights to be emphasised, which means that Human rights along with Homosexual rights are very fragile. Yet, the LGBT community in Indonesia has steadily become more visible and politically active. Political party Opinions: Most political part...

    published: 27 Jul 2017
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Indonesia: Back to work - ILO's tsunami response, Aceh, Indonesia

Indonesia: Back to work - ILO's tsunami response, Aceh, Indonesia

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  • Duration: 3:44
  • Updated: 03 Jun 2011
  • views: 438
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The short film documented the ILO's programme to assist affected people in Aceh to find work by delivering skills training, opening employment centre, involving people in reconstruction and rehabilitation works, improving the capacity of local organizations in employment related matters and so forth. Due to the tsunami, the unemployment Aceh had jumped from 6.8 per cent to more than 30 per cent. The film was already broadcasted by a national TV station (only available in Bahasa Indonesia).
https://wn.com/Indonesia_Back_To_Work_Ilo's_Tsunami_Response,_Aceh,_Indonesia
Indonesia: Kembali Bekerja - Respons ILO terhadap Tsunami di Aceh

Indonesia: Kembali Bekerja - Respons ILO terhadap Tsunami di Aceh

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  • Updated: 24 Jun 2011
  • views: 2666
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Film pendek ini mendokumentasikan program-program ILO untuk membantu mereka yang terkena dampak tsunami Aceh mendapatkan pekerjaan. Program-program ini termasuk pemberian pelatihan keterampilan, pembukaan pusat ketenagakerjaan, melibatkan masyarakat dalam pekerjaan rekonstruksi dan rehabilitasi, meningkatkan kapasitas organisasi lokal dalam masalah terkait ketenagakerjaan. Setelah tsunami, pengangguran di Aceh meningkat tajam dari 6,8 persen ke lebih dari 30 persen. (Film ini hanya tersedia dalam Bahasa Indonesia). This short film documents the ILO's programme to assist people who were affected by the 2004 tsunami in Aceh to find work. The programme includes delivering skills training, helping to open employment centres, involving people in reconstruction and rehabilitation works, and improving the capacity of local organizations in employment-related matters. After the tsunami, unemployment in Aceh jumped from 6.8 per cent to more than 30 per cent. (This film is only available in Bahasa Indonesia).
https://wn.com/Indonesia_Kembali_Bekerja_Respons_Ilo_Terhadap_Tsunami_Di_Aceh
Sustainable Palm Oil Training for GAR Suppliers in Aceh

Sustainable Palm Oil Training for GAR Suppliers in Aceh

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  • Duration: 2:26
  • Updated: 03 Jul 2017
  • views: 118
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Golden Agri-Resources (GAR) conducted a a sustainable palm oil training for suppliers operating in Aceh, from 3 - 5 May 2017. The session was aimed at educating attendees on the importance of the Leuser Ecosystem, and share sustainable plantation management practices from the GAR Social & Environmental Policy (GSEP)
https://wn.com/Sustainable_Palm_Oil_Training_For_Gar_Suppliers_In_Aceh
Pond to Plate: Sustainable shrimp farming in Aceh

Pond to Plate: Sustainable shrimp farming in Aceh

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  • Duration: 5:46
  • Updated: 29 Sep 2016
  • views: 601
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After the 2004 tsunami destroyed the aquaculture industry in Aceh, Indonesia, an area famous for shrimp, small-scale farmers struggled to rebuild their businesses. Now, as part of the IDH-funded Sustaining Shrimp Farming in Aceh project, WorldFish and partners are working with the Aceh Aquaculture Cooperative, formed in 2013, to establish a sustainable business model for the farming of black tiger shrimp, a premium product in foreign markets. The project provided training and support to farmers, helping them to increase their yield, access credit to buy feeds and fertilizer, and connect with buyers in Singapore.
https://wn.com/Pond_To_Plate_Sustainable_Shrimp_Farming_In_Aceh
Creating employment

Creating employment

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  • Duration: 1:48
  • Updated: 03 Nov 2016
  • views: 283
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The development of a plantation has provided the local community with a significant amount of job openings for both men and women. Hundreds of residents are currently employed and has led to an improvement in general welfare and prosperity.
https://wn.com/Creating_Employment
Deklarasi RRI Aceh 2

Deklarasi RRI Aceh 2

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  • Updated: 28 Dec 2016
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https://wn.com/Deklarasi_Rri_Aceh_2
Better Work is good for working conditions and profitability of garment factories

Better Work is good for working conditions and profitability of garment factories

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  • Duration: 1:38
  • Updated: 27 Sep 2016
  • views: 114
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Professor Drusilla Brown from Tufts University discusses the key findings of an independent impact assessment of the Better Work programme, which she led. The report shows significant gains in quality of life for workers in factories they advise, as well as enhanced productivity and profitability for those businesses involved. Better Work , established in 2007 by the UN’s International Labour Organization and the International Finance Corporation, a member the World Bank Group, aims to improve working conditions and promote competitiveness in global garment supply chains. The programme operates in 7 countries: Bangladesh, Cambodia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Jordan, Haiti, and Nicaragua and currently engages 1300 factories employing more than 1.6 million workers. Find out more: http://www.ilo.org/global/about-the-ilo/newsroom/news/WCMS_526513/lang--en/index.htm
https://wn.com/Better_Work_Is_Good_For_Working_Conditions_And_Profitability_Of_Garment_Factories
Balkans@Work: Boosting Employment in Western Balkans

Balkans@Work: Boosting Employment in Western Balkans

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  • Duration: 5:20
  • Updated: 20 Feb 2017
  • views: 119
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The need for common actions and viable instruments pro youth employment in Western Balkans lead Swisscontact to establish the foundations of the Balkans@Work network. This inter-Balkan platform brings together and promotes synergy between international agencies, civil society organizations, donors, policymakers and private companies engaged in the labour market integration of young people in this region. This initiative of Swisscontact’s Regional Eastern Europe Office was launched in Tirana in a dynamic event with “Coaching for Employment” approach at the focus. Field visits to the Ford Company, the Public Employment Office of Durres and Non-Profit ARSIS Organisation illustrated how Swisscontact and its partners made possible the training and employment of “Coaching for Employment” participants.
https://wn.com/Balkans_Work_Boosting_Employment_In_Western_Balkans
Informal gold mining in Mongolia

Informal gold mining in Mongolia

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  • Duration: 2:19
  • Updated: 10 Aug 2016
  • views: 1738
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Severe drought and heavy loss of livestock have led traditional Mongolian herders to mine gold in order to survive. Their work is hazardous and illegal. A new law has been proposed to help improve the working conditions of 100,000 informal gold miners. English VNR 2006
https://wn.com/Informal_Gold_Mining_In_Mongolia
Rebels disarm after delegates meet president

Rebels disarm after delegates meet president

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  • Duration: 3:29
  • Updated: 21 Jul 2015
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SHOTLIST 1. Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono entering press conference room 2. Cutaway of journalists 3. Various of Indonesian ministers 4. Yudhoyono at podium 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, Indonesian President: "I would like to convey my heart-felt gratitude to the international communities for their generous contribution to support the reconstruction effort in Aceh. It is important to sustain long-term commitment for the continuity of the reconstruction programme in Aceh." 6. Cutaway of local military commander in Aceh 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, Indonesian President: "I hope that the peace process here in Aceh will be a long-lasting moment since stability is a key factor to make the reconstruction programme in Aceh a success." 8. Pan of people attending press conference 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, Indonesian President: "If there is a need to deploy and employ engineer units in this reconstruction effort, not for combat, the number must be reasonable. Could be one or one half battalion, less than one-thousand, not 15-thousand that is already stated in the press. And, of course, this deployment and employment of the engineering unit should not stop the ongoing peace process." 10. Various of AMM (Aceh Monitoring Missions) handing over documents to rebels' representative 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Irwandi Yusuf, Senior rebel negotiator: "On behalf of the GAM combatants, I have the honour to announce that the Aceh national armed force or GAM fighters are now demobilised and decommissioned. We have now handed over all our guns in compliance with the agreement of the Memorandum of Understanding, signed between the government of Indonesia and the Free Aceh Movement (GAM) on August 15 2005." 12. Various of Yudhoyono walking to mass grave 13. Cutaway of security watching 14. Various of Yudhoyono throwing petals on mass grave 15. Cutaway of journalists 16. Various of Yudhoyono praying 17. People watching 18. Various of Yudhoyono placing stone to mark the building of a permanent gravesite and memorial 19. Signboard reading: 'Mass grave for tsunami victims' 20. Pan of mass grave STORYLINE: Indonesia's Aceh rebels formally disbanded their armed wing on Tuesday, fulfilling one of the most crucial elements of a tsunami-inspired peace plan to end one of Asia's longest separatist conflicts. "I have the honour to announce that the Aceh national armed force or GAM fighters are now demobilised and decommissioned," said Irwandi Yusuf a senior rebel negotiator. "We have now handed over all our guns in compliance with the agreement of the Memorandum of Understanding, signed between the government of Indonesia and the Free Aceh Movement on August 15 2005," he added. The move paves the way for the group, which has fought a bloody insurgency against government troops for almost 30 years, to transform itself into a political party that is expected to win strong support at provincial elections planned for April. The announcement came shortly after rebel representatives met with Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono in Banda Aceh, the capital of Aceh province that was worst hit by the Indian Ocean tsunami one year ago. The devastation wrought on the province by the disaster spurred the peace deal, which requires the government to withdraw its troops and grant the special self-governing powers and for the rebels to lay down their guns. So far, the deal has stuck. International peace monitors have overseen the destruction of 840 rebel weapons, and Yudhoyono on Tuesday repeated the government's promise to have the last of more than 24,000 forces gone by the end of the year. ending the war. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/979b64488d244cc91bb5d22456eeebba Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
https://wn.com/Rebels_Disarm_After_Delegates_Meet_President
Community Infrastructure Development  Reducing Poverty in Times of Crisis

Community Infrastructure Development Reducing Poverty in Times of Crisis

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  • Duration: 4:06
  • Updated: 14 Jan 2012
  • views: 193
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ILOTV You Tube- 12 January 2012 - Disasters like floods, landslides, earthquakes or volcanic eruptions often occur in countries such as the Philippines. It is more likely that the poor and vulnerable will suffer the most from disasters including impacts of climate change. The video presents ILO demonstration projects through the Employment Intensive Investment Programme (EIIP) which created jobs at the community level using local resource-based investments in infrastructure. In the Philippines, EIIP developed and applied Community Contracting and Cash-for-Work in calamity-prone areas to provide employment opportunities for residents and affected families. It proved that emergency interventions after a calamity not only provide immediate relief and employment for the affected families but also help improve their access to future employment and livelihood towards rebuilding their lives and their community.
https://wn.com/Community_Infrastructure_Development_Reducing_Poverty_In_Times_Of_Crisis
[EPM] Australia Awards Case Study - Bhutanese Ratna B Gurung

[EPM] Australia Awards Case Study - Bhutanese Ratna B Gurung

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EPM Event & Media Productions where retained by Horizon Communication Group to produce a 53-part series of international case studies for the annual Australia Awards - a special scholarship and award programme by the Australian Government, Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations. Ratna B Gurung, from Bhutan, is a livestock research scientist who has used his Australia Award to study his PhD in Australia on mycobacterium paratuberculosis, a deadly disease found in cattle and sheep. All Australia Award productions were in 4:3 and the final production was distributed on DVD9, including translations and subtitles in multiple languages. Shoot locations included, Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong, as well across Australia. Individual countries represented included: Brazil, Thailand, Ireland, China, Bhutan, Thailand, Vietnam, Poland, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, India, Jordan, Pakistan, Solomon Islands, PNG, Nepal, Cambodia, Uganda, Philippines, Fiji, Switzerland, Slovakia, and Slovenia. "The Australia Awards are prestigious international scholarships and fellowships funded by the Australian Government. They offer the next generation of global leaders an opportunity to undertake study, research and professional development in Australia and for high-achieving Australians to do the same overseas," is the official description of the awards.
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Boxcopy Vs Coffee Job

Boxcopy Vs Coffee Job

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Invisible Structures: Australian artist collectives in Tokyo, Singapore and Yogyakarta // Supported by Next Wave and Asialink // 10 December 2010 -- 5 February 2011 - http://inside.nextwave.org.au/news/in... Invisible Structures: Australian artist collectives in Tokyo, Singapore and Yogyakarta presents three Australian artist collectives on separate residencies across Asia. The project is the second-stage of Structural Integrity, a high-profile exhibition, residency and cultural-exchange project involving 11 local and international Artist Run Initiatives (ARIs) that was part of the 2010 Next Wave Festival, held in Melbourne, Australia in May 2010. Invisible Structures embraces collaborative and process-based projects, presenting opportunities for an even deeper engagement between the participating Australian and Asian artists, and between the artists and the various local people and communities they encounter. With the support of Asialink, Boxcopy will now travel back to Singapore to work with independent cultural space Post-Museum, another ARI from Structural Integrity. Boxcopy will work on-the-ground in Singapore throughout December 2010 and January 2011. 'The Knowledge' is Boxcopy's project for Invisible Structures. It is based on the 'Knowledge of London' Examination System (also informally known as The Knowledge), which tests London taxicab drivers' intimate knowledge of the city. A driver is required to swiftly decide the best route in response to a passenger's request, without using a map, satellite navigation or radioing the controller. For this project, the Boxcopy team will attempt to acquire an intimate knowledge of the city of Singapore by forming a free delivery company, The Boxcopy Publics Carriage Office of Singapore (BPCOS), which will provide services around the city by foot, bike and public transport. In addition to committing to memory and documenting the streets and sites of Singapore, the BPCOS team will also perform random tasks, such as deliver goods or messages, travel a particular route or visit a site, as requested by the people of Singapore! Track the progress of the project on the BPCOS website: www.bpcos.tumblr.com/ Invisible Structures has been organised and developed by Asialink in partnership with Next Wave, and is supported by the Australia Council for the Arts, the Australian Government's arts funding and advisory body, through the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments. The Asialink Visual Arts Touring Exhibition Program is supported by the Australian Government through the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
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Rescued from Human Trafficking in Singapore

Rescued from Human Trafficking in Singapore

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Human trafficking happens in Singapore. It is real and fiercely alive; a heinous crime that has devastated millions of innocent lives. These victims could be in our neighbourhoods or workplaces. By learning how to recognise signs of a victim, we will be better equipped to provide help, or even better; prevent a tragedy. The scary truth is - each and every one of us could become a victim of trafficking, especially in our globalised society now. Many seek better futures for themselves and their families by relocating to foreign countries for work. Striking deals with deceptive employers, unsuspecting victims fall prey to false offers. Few ever escape and many remain entrapped in sex work, forced labour or exploitative employment conditions. We met Lilis two years ago in the shelter that she was placed in, upon her rescue. At fourteen, Lilis was trafficked to Singapore to work in a brothel. Eager to help alleviate the family's financial burden after her mother's death, she jumped at the Singapore job offer without realising that it was a ploy by the "employment agent" to exploit her young body. Lilis is not alone; similar deceptive acts by criminal syndicates have shattered countless lives in Singapore and around the world. Walking the whole journey of recovery with survivors, Hagar provides protection, recovery, education, economic empowerment and community reintegration support. Today, Lilis is back in her community, ready to face life all over again. With the help of Hagar and a partner agency, Lilis has settled home safely, and is loving her job as an apprentice in a beauty salon. ----------------------------------------­-------------------------- Learn how to recognise the signs of victimisation from Hagar: http://hagar.org.sg/empower/recognisi... You can also play a part in empowering a survivor, helping them to start a whole new life: http://hagar.org.sg/empower-a-survivor/ Hagar also tells more about human trafficking in Singapore: http://hagar.org.sg/our-work/human-tr... Read the full story here: https://www.ourbetterworld.org/en/sto... For more inspiring stories subscribe now! http://bit.ly/14Ohz8G ----------------------------------------­-------------------------- Our Better World - Telling Stories. Inspiring Action. We tell stories of people doing good in Asia to inspire global action. We connect storytellers, the people doing good and the ones who’d love to help but don’t know how. We strive to build an engaged global community sharing skills, resources, time and effort, empowering every person with the conviction that each has the power to make the world better. Our Better World is a digital storytelling initiative of the Singapore International Foundation. We're happy for you to link to or embed our stuff on your site for non-commercial use. We'd appreciate being credited, with a link back to http://www.ourbetterworld.org.
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Illegal brothel Alexis closed, Jakarta Governor urges workers to find jobs in Sharia-compliant hotel

Illegal brothel Alexis closed, Jakarta Governor urges workers to find jobs in Sharia-compliant hotel

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At the reception desk of a Sharia hotel in Jakarta, religion is on show. Guests are checked in by young women wearing matching purple jilbabs that fall across the shoulders of their black jackets.There is a collection box for the local mosque in a corner of the lobby, and the hotel's mission statement is fastened to an adjacent wall, making it clear this is a "halal hotel".The front desk staff of the Hotel Sofyan are trained to catch out any couples who look like breaching the hotel's adherence to sharia law."If they are not married, they cannot stay here," explains Asep, one of the front desk staff.Sharia is the Islamic religious code that mandates — among other things — modest clothing and behaviour.In Indonesia's Aceh province, offences against Sharia, such as sex before marriage or gay sex, are punishable with jail and public caning.Jakarta has no such rules, but a Sharia hotel is free to refuse to check-in couples who are not married."We don't have a proper regulation saying that you must bring your marriage certificate," Asep said."So we can see it from their body language."In particular "their behaviour, shyness, awkwardness, you can see it if they are married," he added.It is not just hotels that enforce Sharia codes.Online Airbnb-style room rental sites like Zen Rooms often carry ads with the word "Syariah" (Sharia) that means unmarried couples are not welcome.Sharia accommodation is in the headlines this week after Jakarta's new Governor shut down the city's best-known brothel and urged its workers to get new jobs in Sharia hotels.Governor Anies Baswedan came to power thanks to the support of conservative Muslims, and he quickly fulfilled his campaign promise to close the Hotel Alexis.The management of Alexis denied they were running a brothel.But that's a smokescreen: the hotel was the city's best-known pleasure palace.The vast hotel, massage parlour and karaoke club in this increasingly conservative city is hardly discrete — it looms over one of Jakarta's busiest roads — its facade decorated with six-metre high orange and yellow panels designed to look like the legs of can-can dancers.Online clips featuring the hotel show groups of men sitting in a lounge, selecting companions from a parade of identically dressed young women.After shutting the hotel, Deputy Governor Sandiaga Uno was asked about jobs for the workers."These people who work in Alexis, they must be skilful in serving … Sharia hotels are now widely popular — so now those hotels can absorb Alexis employees," Mr Uno said.The Alexis workers might have difficulty adjusting to employment at the Sofyan Hotel: apart from the strict dress code and the rule against unmarried couples, the hotel runs an Islamic refresher course for staff every Thursday; and Muslim staff are expected to be able to read the Koran in Arabic.The hotel's gym has a strict dress code — for women. Short pants are unacceptable.When the ABC visited, the hotel was hosting an event by the newly launched Sharia Monitoring Board.The body regulates another part of Sharia — Zakat — the tithing of a small proportion of a person's income to charity.One of the participants is Fitri Fauzia."For me, personally, a halal hotel benefits us Muslims, and everyone else too," she said."It stops the free sex, and things outside Islamic law. There's the ethical code and halal food and I think it promotes more secure relationships."So it's of benefit for people in general.".
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2016展翅青見超新星(華生, Raza)

2016展翅青見超新星(華生, Raza)

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巴基斯坦藉的華生在香港出生,在巴基斯坦度過小學階段。雖然華生初中才回香港讀書,但能說得一口流利廣東話和英語,亦懂烏爾都語。性格開朗活潑的華生,希望找到有上流機會和有意義的工作。參加「少數族裔就業大使計劃」後,他被安排到勞工處就業中心工作,經常接觸就業市場的資訊,令他更了解往後工作的方向。現時,他在社會服務機構擔任活動助理,協助少數族裔人士求職和學習中文。華生為人生動幽默,說話富感染力,上司亦派他四出進行企業探訪,讓更多僱主認識少數族裔人士的文化及宗教,為他們提供工作機會。 華生有遠大的理想,他希望透過自己的工作,鼓勵少數族裔人士融入香港社會。作為香港一份子,他亦希望日後所選取的職業路向,能為香港社會作出貢獻。 2016 Most Improved Trainees of YETP (Raza) A Hong Kong-born Pakistani, Raza attended primary school in Pakistan. Although Raza only came back to Hong Kong to pursue secondary education, he speaks fluent Cantonese and English and can communicate in Urdu as well. Raza has a cheerful character and longs for a meaningful job that can offer him upward mobility. After participating in the "Employment Services Ambassador Programme for Ethnic Minorities", he was assigned to work in a job centre of the Labour Department. There, he had frequent access to information on the job market, which enabled him to gain a better grasp of his career plan. He is now working as Programme Assistant in a social services organisation to assist ethnic minorities in looking for jobs and learning Chinese. Raza is lively, humorous and is exceptionally charming when he speaks. His supervisor has therefore assigned him to make company visits so that more employers will understand the cultures and religions of the ethnic minorities and offer them job opportunities. Raza sets his aim high. He wishes to encourage the ethnic minorities to integrate into Hong Kong society through his work. As a "Hong Konger", he hopes the career path he is going to take in future will enable him to make a contribution to society
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Resentment grows against foreign workers in the UK

Resentment grows against foreign workers in the UK

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Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe It was not so long ago that eastern Europeans were welcomed with open arms in Britain. Now suddenly eastern Europeans here are viewed with a mixture of hostility and resentment. High unemployment and government pressure to force the British jobless into work they don't want are driving a wedge between locals and migrants. Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports from Boston, eastern England.
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UNHCR calls on countries to end plight of millions stateless people

UNHCR calls on countries to end plight of millions stateless people

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(25 Aug 2011) 1. Set up shot of Antonio Guterres, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Antonio Guterres, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees "There is not enough awareness. Many people do not even know what statelessness means. Everybody knows what a refugee is, but what is it to be a stateless person? And also because sometimes states, for reasons of national sovereignty, are very reluctant to engage in an international commitment in relation to questions of nationality that are in the very centre of their sovereignty concerns." 3. Mid of flag 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Antonio Guterres, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees "But it is a dramatic problem. Imagine yourself, you are not here in London, you are in the slums of a city in the developing world, you have no nationality, no ID card, you have no access to house services, you cannot send your children to the school, you cannot have property, you cannot have a legal job, you can be arrested by the police and detained indefinitely. It''s a question of human dignity and it is also an enormous amount of suffering." 5. Cutaway of hands 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Antonio Guterres, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees "It is essential that having 12 to 15 (m) million, it''s difficult to estimate the exact number of people in these circumstances, it''s a huge human rights problem. It is unacceptable that it remains unknown and it is essential that we raise awareness and that we make states understand that they need to do everything they can for these people to be recognised, for their rights to be recognised, and for a solution to be found for them which means for a nationality, for them to have a nationality, for them to have a country they can call theirs." 7. Mid of flag 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Antonio Guterres, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees "We are doing our best to lobby, in order for the convention to be ratified by the largest possible number of countries but it''s not only the convention, it''s national legislation, it''s nationality laws and it is also a political commitment to address the plight of the people that, as I said, suffer enormously because they find themselves in a limbo, a legal limbo situation." 9. Close up of Guterres STORYLINE: The U.N. refugee chief has called on countries to end the plight of some 12 (m) million stateless people caught in what he described as a "limbo," denied basic human rights because no state will grant them citizenship. Antonio Guterres, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, said that governments had neglected a problem that was well understood after World War II as famous people such as physicist Albert Einstein and Holocaust survivor Eli Wiesel became stateless. The global refugee agency launched a campaign on Thursday to highlight the discrimination suffered by stateless people, including being denied the right to employment, education, housing and health care. Many also suffer harassment at the hands of police when they are unable to prove their right to residency in a state. The problem is particularly acute in Southeast Asia, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East, the agency said. It is unacceptable that it remains unknown and it is essential that we raise awareness, that we make states understand that they need to do everything they can for these people to be recognised," Guterres said. In Myanmar, some 800,000 people from the predominantly Muslim ethnic group of Rohingya are denied citizenship, while Thailand has more than half a (m) million stateless people, including members of small hill tribes. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/822064b8f5b5f7c6627229a401815afd Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Exxon Mobile | $1000 Exxon Mobile Gift Card | Exxon Mobile promotion

Exxon Mobile | $1000 Exxon Mobile Gift Card | Exxon Mobile promotion

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Family Gathering BTN KC Jember - Employment Choice Award 2016

Family Gathering BTN KC Jember - Employment Choice Award 2016

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Acara Family Gathering Bank BTN Kantor Cabang Jember Bertema Employment Choice Award 2016 - Cempaka Hill, Jember 23 Oktober 2016. Support By: BKB, PT. Binasentra Purna, Kopkar Batara
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Hire Me Kopernik, I am available

Hire Me Kopernik, I am available

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My name is Christina Silitonga. I am 34 years old and a mother of 3 children. I like to apply for the open position as an Office & Liaison Manager for your Organisation Kopernik, based in Ubud - Bali. I have solid combine background between humanitarian organisation and in business oriented. I have ever worked in Aceh for more than 4 years old for Tsunami relief projects in Medan and Aceh. In the last years I pursuit a career as an entrepreneur. I successfully set up and run a coffee shop in Medan. Currently I am managing my own Villa in Bali, which was constructed under my supervision. I have several years of experiences in a variety of fields including finance, administration, logistic and procurement. I am confident to have the qualification and the experience to provide your organization with my services. I would welcome the opportunity for a personal interview to further discuss my qualifications. See you soon Thank you
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Pakatan: BN behind distasteful hudud leaflets

Pakatan: BN behind distasteful hudud leaflets

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Pakatan Rakyat parliamentarians lambasted distasteful leaflets mocking hudud laws that are being distributed by unknown people and they blamed the BN as the culprit behind it. The leaflets depicting violent acts are being distributed by unknown persons, PAS-Shah Alam MP Khalid Samad said today, adding that he suspected Umno to be behind it. http://malaysiakini.com/news/178269
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PSR-Recovery Beyond the Crisis

PSR-Recovery Beyond the Crisis

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Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) helps individuals grow beyond the effects of mental illness and substance abuse. It is a recovery program designed to help individuals to recover from mental illness and substance abuse. Part of the recovery process is to build a quality of life which might be achieved through education, employment, volunteer opportunities, developing social interactions, participation in hobbies or pursuing the arts. PSR supports a client to make changes in their values, goals, knowledge, skills, life roles, and self image. Due to these changes clients no longer see themselves as the diagnosis they were given but as the person they are and can live rich and rewarding lives. For more information: http://hospitals.unm.edu/bh/psr/index.shtml
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Tawag ng Tanghalan: Vice Ganda rants about traffic and taxicabs

Tawag ng Tanghalan: Vice Ganda rants about traffic and taxicabs

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Vice Ganda shares how he would reform the traffic system in the country should he become president. Subscribe to ABS-CBN Entertainment channel! - http://bit.ly/ABS-CBNEntertainment Watch the full episodes of It’s Showtime on TFC.TV http://bit.ly/ItsShowtime-TFCTV and on IWANT.TV for Philippine viewers, click: http://bit.ly/SHOWTIME-IWANTv Visit our official website! http://entertainment2.abs-cbn.com/tv/shows/tawagngtanghalan/main http://www.push.com.ph Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ABSCBNnetwork Twitter: https://twitter.com/ABSCBN https://twitter.com/abscbndotcom Instagram: http://instagram.com/abscbnonline
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Polytechnic Aceh Improves Student Employability through Strong Partnerships in Indonesia

Polytechnic Aceh Improves Student Employability through Strong Partnerships in Indonesia

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The people and coastal city of Banda Aceh were devastated when the tsunami hit Indonesia in 2004. USAID, Chevron, and the local government created Polytechnic Aceh, a private institution to serve disenfranchised communities and to develop innovative partnerships for students to succeed. However, when donor attention dries up it becomes especially difficult to keep services flowing at a high level of quality. This short visual case study tells the story of Randa and Nofiana, two students who are breaking through barriers to prepare for jobs, despite limited resources and services. They are building their employability with the support of Polytechnic Aceh’s innovative and expansive internship program which guarantees every student a six month internship. This partnership was greatly broadened by the USAID HELM project and is now a sustainable program.
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Fishery Potency in East Aceh Potensi Sektor Perikanan Aceh Timur

Fishery Potency in East Aceh Potensi Sektor Perikanan Aceh Timur

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East Aceh Regency (Indonesian: Kabupaten Aceh Timur) is a regency in eastern Aceh Special Region (Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam) of Indonesia. It is located on the island of Sumatra. The regency covers an area of 6,286.01 square kilometres and according to the 2010 census had a population of 360,475 people; the latest official estimate (as at 2014) is 379,507.[1] The regency borders the Malacca Strait to the north-east, the city of Langsa and Aceh Tamiang Regency to the south-east, Gayo Lues Regency to the south, and Central Aceh Regency, Bener Meriah Regency and North Aceh Regency to the west. Economy This regency is rich in petroleum, more so than the North Aceh and Aceh Tamiang regencies. Fishing employs many people in the regency but little of it is exported; people depend on it for food. The main fishing centre in the regency is in Idl. The regency also has several food-plant based industries producing tofu, tempeh and sun-dried banana chips. Some areas are under plantation exploitation for palm oil and rubber, although there is only one state-owned company (TPN I) operating in the area. Plantations also produce cacao and chocolate and in the Lokop area iron ore and lead is mined. (Wikipedia)
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EXTRACT BUSINESS SHARK LIVER OIL, BIG AND SMALL ORDER

EXTRACT BUSINESS SHARK LIVER OIL, BIG AND SMALL ORDER

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WE ARE EMPLOYERS ARE FOCUSED ON WORLD HEART EXTRACT THAT PRODUCE Kesahatan Minya HIU, LOCATION OF OUR BUSINESS IN THE PROVINCE OF ACEH, INDONESIA We are ready to provide shark liver oil large and small orders and we are also ready to cooperate with your efforts mengeluti extracts shark liver oil. if you are interested please send an email to: maul_hamz@yahoo.co.id
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How to buy bitcoin in Banda Aceh, Indonesia

How to buy bitcoin in Banda Aceh, Indonesia

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Open account http://tinyurl.com/p63t2559ze crypto-currency bitcoin is genuinely a global currency that employs an open ledger system in order to record trades being sent in someone to a different. All of this happens with no central financial institution in the middle and it's also not operated through government, controlling system, individual organization, or particular person.
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LGBT Ensign of Indonesia

LGBT Ensign of Indonesia

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LGBT rights in Indonesia: Indonesiān Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) people in Indonesia will face legal challenges and prejudices not experienced by non LGBT Indonesian residents. Traditional mores traditionally disapprove of Homosexuality and cross-dressing, which impacts public policy. For example, Indonesian Same-sex couples and households headed by Same-sex couples are not eligible for any of the Legal protections available to Opposite-sex married couples. The importance in Indonesia for Social Harmony leads to duties rather than rights to be emphasised, which means that Human rights along with Homosexual rights are very fragile. Yet, the LGBT community in Indonesia has steadily become more visible and politically active. Political party Opinions: Most political parties and politicians remain silent in the cause of LGBT Human rights but some politicians from the PDI-P (Party for the Indonesian Democracy Struggle) and the moderately conservative PKB (National Awakening Party) support LGBT Human rights. In Indonesia being gay has been legal since, well, forever. No, really, the country never had any legal prohibitions against Homosexuality, at least since its founding as a nation as the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia. Further, the country has the longest running LGBT organisations within Asia. Despite having the largest Moderate Muslim population, Indonesia has remained a great example of the Importance of the Separation of Religion and State politics. On the other hand, Singapore (non-Muslim) and Malaysia (Muslim), who are neighbours to Indonesia, have laws that make it illegal to be a Gay anyway. The later two have both been colonised by the British Indian Empire. LGBT rights social movement in Indonesia: In 1982 the first gay rights interest group was established in Indonesia. The "Lambda Indonesia" and other similar organisations arose in the late 1980s and 1990s. Today, some of the major LGBT associations in the nation include "Gaya Nusantara" and "Arus Pelangi". The Gay and lesbian movement in Indonesia is one of the oldest and largest in Southeast Asia. Lambda Indonesia activities included organising social gatherings, consciousness-raising and created a newsletter, but the group dissolved in the 1990s. Gaya Nusantara is a gay rights group which focuses on Homosexual issues such as AIDS. Another group is the Yayasan Srikandi Sejati, which was founded in 1998. Their main focus is health issues pertaining to transgender people and their work includes providing HIV/AIDS counselling and free condoms to Transgender sex workers at a free Health Clinic. There are now over thirty LGBT groups within Indonesia. Gender identity/expression: The Islamic Indonesian Ulema Council ruled that transgender persons must live in the gender that they were born with. "If they are not willing to cure themselves medically and religiously", said a Council member, they must be willing "to accept their fate to be ridiculed, harassed and tormented as they do for e.g. in Pakistan." Civil rights protections: As of 2007, No Law exists to lawfully protect Indonesian citizens from discrimination or harassment on the basis of their Sexual orientation or Gender identity respectively. Summary table of Indonesia: 1. Same-sex sexual Activity Legal: YES (Legal nationwide, except Illegal in the provinces of Aceh and South Sumatra (applies only to Muslims) 2. Anti-discrimination laws in employment only: YES 3. Right to change Legal Gender: YES
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