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Amina Al Houssari Nov 24
I am proud to be a volunteer of the Saudi Green Building Forum. Thank you for giving me this opportunity 🇺🇳🇸🇦
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NTLNetwork Nov 27
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Dr Renuka Thakore Nov 24
Replying to @StudyUCEM
: Decent Work and Economic Growth – Buy fair-trade and ethical products to support the sustainable trade system, meaning employees are rewarded fairly for their work.
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Uchenna Udoji Nov 21
Am proud to take the lead in my country Nigeria and lend my voice in expanding trail of opportunities for green jobs which restore and preserve the mother planet and attain economic growth in line with SDG 8 Decent work and economic growth
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Min of Planning T&T Nov 25
- Quality Education and - Decent Work and Economic Growth. The Manpower Plan for Trinidad & Tobago being developed by and is connecting the dots to the Sustainable Development Goals ().
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NTA-KENYA Nov 23
It is also important for civil society to create awareness on directive of as high risk during to ensure employers protect and accommodate employees with disabilities as guided
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Meath Climate Matters Nov 23
Here's some good advice for your Christmas shopping, it supports local jobs, the local economy and the environment plus you are most likely getting a better product and definitely better customer service so this Christmas
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Nurudeen Onomhoale Ahmed Nov 24
I'm proud to be a for the Saudi Green Building Forum - . Much thanks and appreciation to and for this great .
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Duncan Crowley Nov 25
On today, must watch, 4pm! is fast becoming a leading tool for ecological economic approach to our Cities & planet. There's groups popping up everywhere, Ireland's group have a bookclub. If none in your town yet, set 1 up 🌎
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Scotdec Nov 23
How are women portrayed in the entertainment industry? How far have we come? Luchadora is a short film from our resource for S4 + senior pupils. Covering , , , the story follows a professional wrestler + single mum ⬇️
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Cooperación Española en Egipto Nov 24
Hospitality is a growing sector in 🇪🇬. is partnering with to offer accredited programmes in different professions. Do you want to work in a hotel or restaurant? This could be your opportunity!
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Vasili Sofiadellis Nov 22
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HEUNI Nov 26
A sneak peek into the strategy tool presented by . Find out more in the "Navigating through your supply chain" toolkit and feel free to print out separate tools for your work.
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Bernard Keikara Mugume Nov 26
Am social Entrepreneur and ED dedicated to addressing youth unemployment, I stand for . Let's work together to make a difference! @sdgyouthforum
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UNIDO Somalia Nov 23
We are looking forward to welcome to the network of the @EDUbeledweyne - this week a team of trainers from started the ToT. This is the first step towards the formation of a local team of experts set to support local needs
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UNU-WIDER Nov 20
How can support inclusive growth in Africa? This we consider the role resources can play in promoting sustained and inclusive economic growth in Africa. New brief by John Page and :
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Colin Williams Nov 20
Hidden Economy in the Western Balkans: Challenges and Lessons for Economic Recovery and Convergence
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Mildred Achoch Nov 23
I attended this insightful & inspiring session during today's Health is part of Healthy buildings contribute to ROI? As one of the panelists said: "The buzzword of the future is going to be 'invest in health'"
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Sustainable Humber Nov 23
Why matters and what we can do:
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Caty Nov 20
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