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About 352 results for "bureau of international labour affairs"

Saudi minister in Dhaka to review recruitment procedures

Saudi deputy minister for international affairs and labour ministry Ahmed F Alfahaid arrived in Dhaka Sunday to discuss recruitment procedures followed by Bangladesh. The visiting minister would hold a meeting with expatriates welfare minister ... New Age Bangladesh, 2 weeks ago
KSA team in capital to discuss manpower procurement Bangladesh Daily Star, 2 weeks ago
Saudi team in Dhaka to discuss recruiting workers New Age Bangladesh, 2 weeks ago

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Malaysian Insider

Govt probing US allegations of forced and child labour in two sectors

PETALING JAYA: The Government is committed to act on claims of forced and child labour by setting up an inter-ministerial task force, after the United States Department of Labour's (DoL) Bureau of International Labour Affairs listed Malaysia as one ...
 TheStar.com.my2 months ago Citing study, ministry denies US claims of child labour in palm oil se …  Yahoo! Singapore2 months ago M'sia palm oil industry using child labour, says US  Edge Markets2 months ago Kids helping parents not child labour, union says of Malaysia's palm oil …  Yahoo! Singapore2 months ago
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State launches mega project to tackle malnutrition

(WIC) - South Nations, Nationalities and People's State Labour and Social Affairs (LSA) launched a 5.5 million USD Social Cash Transfer (SCT) direct support to 12,000 pregnant and lactating women, and 10,000 children under the age of one year in ...
 Walta Information Center2 months ago

A Regressive Trend, Says Amnesty International

Active Citizens , Armed Conflicts , Asia-Pacific , Civil Society , Crime & Justice , Democracy , Development & Aid , Featured , Gender , Gender Violence , Global Geopolitics , Global Governance , Headlines , Human Rights , Migration & Refugees , ...
 Inter Press Service2 days ago

BRICS include population issue within its agenda

16 February 2015 FOREIGN AFFAIRS The BRICS bloc of emerging economies has adopted a five-year agenda to jointly tackle population issues, including women's rights, aging and migration. Ministers and high-level envoys from bloc members ...
 Observer India1 week ago

KSA to hire 10,000 domestic helps from Bangladesh per month

Saudi Arabia on Monday conveyed its new interest to recruit 10,000 domestic helps from Bangladesh each month. The Saudi interest to re-start workers recruitment from Bangladesh, which remained frozen since 2008, was conveyed by its visiting deputy ...
 New Age Bangladesh2 weeks ago

Governments of Canada and New Brunswick launch the Canada Job Grant to help New Brunswickers get job …

EDMUNDSTON, N.-B., Jan. 16, 2015 /CNW/ - The Honourable Bernard Valcourt, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development and Member of Parliament for Madawaska-Restigouche, on behalf of the Honourable Jason Kenney, Minister of Employment ...
 Yahoo! Finance1 month ago

Living Peace: A Gift for 2015 From the 14th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates

Photo by Irina Kalashnikova Violence, war, catastrophes, and the personal affairs of celebrities pass for news these days, but we need more than that. In troubled times like these, the counsel of the wise among us deserve our attention. Last ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago
Bangkok Post

Police target international crime gangs

A special unit will be set up to target transnational criminal gangs operating in Thailand or using the country as a shelter, the national police chief has revealed. Pol Gen Somyot Pumpanmuang. Pol Gen Somyot Pumpanmuang said the new unit ...
 Bangkok Post1 month ago
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Japan's population shrinks for third year as aging increases

A shrinking labour force is complicating the efforts to raise tax revenue. Japan's fertility rate of 1.39 children per woman is the fourth lowest among the nations of the OECD. Photo: AFP Tokyo : Japan's population slid for a third year with the ...
 Livemint.com2 months ago
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