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Myanmar's Vice President Attends CESD Showcase during International Migration Day 2017

Myanmar’s International Migration Day event on the 18th of December 2017 in Nay Pyi Taw was attended by representatives including Union Ministers, Deputy Ministers, Pyithu Hluttaw and Amyotha Hluttaw representatives, heads of departments, diplomats, personnel from United Nations, international non-government organizations and officials. 839 more words


Rethinking trafficking

India should not follow the raid-rescue-rehabilitation model

 Last year, India protested against the release of a report, ‘Global estimates of modern slavery: forced labour and forced marriage’, a collaborative effort of the International Labour Organisation (ILO), the Walk Free Foundation, and the International Organisation for Migration. 648 more words


Understanding Labor in a Globalized World

India made a gigantic surge in its GDP between $326.608 billion in 1990 to $2.0485 trillion in 2014 (Bank, 2016). This impressive surge in its GDP made India cynosure to academic circles; with one side pitching it as “success story” of globalization while another proving otherwise. 829 more words

Social Policy

Global Aging Workforce - It will add further pressure to future labour market challenges

As a result of rising life expectancy and declining birth rates, global population growth has considerably decelerated and this trajectory is expected to continue over the next few decades. 311 more words


iLo4_toolbox: Toolbox for HPE iLO4 analysis

Incoming talk from @0xf4b at @reconbrx ! Subverting your server through its BMC: the HPE iLO4 case https://t.co/6YyA4Un57F

— Synacktiv (@Synacktiv) January 30, 2018

All details of our talk on HP iLO during…

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Transition to Sustainability and Jobs - Four quantitative employment effects

The commitments made in Paris require a closer look at the quantitative and qualitative jobs dimension of the just transition to sustainability. In schematic terms, it is possible to anticipate four quantitative… 554 more words


eternal truths

we were not meant to live alone

healthy co-dependency 
      is basics of humane being

the truth will come out of 
       everything that is true

a human is a weak vessel

               words are divine

hakuammu 2017