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  • Universal Health Coverage Global Report ReleasedSome 400 million people do not have access to health services and 6 per cent of people in low- and middle-income countries are tipped into or pushed further into extreme poverty because of the high cost of health spending, according to a report released on June 12 by the United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) and World Bank Group.Date:2015-06-17
  • Gender Statistics ManualDate:2015-06-02
  • 2015 Report of the UN Working Group on Discrimination Against Women in Law & in PracticeDiscrimination against women persists in both public and private spheres in times of conflict and in peace. It transcends national, cultural and religious boundaries and is often fuelled by patriarchal stereotyping and power imbalances which are mirrored in laws, policies and practice.Date:2015-06-02
  • Gender Equality and Economic Independence: Part-Time Work and Self-EmploymentEqual access to economic resources is not just a matter of ensuring equal economic independence between women and men, but it has also been recognized as a prerequisite for the achievement of economic growth, prosperity and competitiveness.Date:2015-05-18
  • Beijing+20: Past, Present & FutureThe Beijing Platform for Action remains the most overarching blueprint for advancing women's rights. Significantly, it mandates the full participation of women "in all spheres of society, including participation in the decision-making process and access to power, [as] fundamental for the achievement of equality, development and peace". This includes women's participation in decision-making processes within the UN system.Date:2015-04-14
  • Global Wage Report 2014/15The Global Wage Report 2014/15 analyses the evolution of real wages around the world, giving a unique picture of wage trends and relative purchasing power globally and by region.Date:2015-04-13
  • The 2013 Statistical Report of China's National Program for Women's Development (2011-2020)The National Bureau of Statistics made some interesting discoveries when they collected statistical data and information about the various implementation of China's National Program for Women's Development.In 2013, The Bureau closely monitored the implementation of the program, which serves to better protect the rights and interests of women, and the results were presented in seven categories: health, education, economics, policy decisions and management, social security, living environment, and the laws that were proposed by the program.Date:2015-03-31
  • Women & The Future of Work: Beijing + 20 & BeyondDespite significant progress since the 4th World Conference on Women in Beijing in 1995, women continue to experience widespread discrimination and inequality in the workplace. Twenty years later, and as we approach the ILO’s centenary in 2019, the ILO has launched the Women at Work initiative alongside the Future of Work initiative, to place a spotlight on gender and drill down into some of the most crucial areas. The future of work means more women at work, and this future must deliver on gender equality.Date:2015-03-20
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