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(United Nations, 2002)
Much of the Asian and Pacific region is inexorably and rapidly becoming older, along with the rest of the world. What is popularly known as the “greying” or ageing of populations is changing the face of the ...
Employment of persons with disabilities in Asia and the Pacific : trends, strategies and policy recommendations (UN.ESCAP, 2020)This policy paper seeks to equip ESCAP members and associate members with updated information and insights on promoting productive employment and decent work for persons with disabilities in Asia and the Pacific, through ...
Focus on ability, celebrate diversity : highlights of the Asian and Pacific decade of disabled persons, 1993-2002 (United Nations, 2003)The achievements of the Decade have been subjected to a rigorous process of evaluation, involving United Nations agencies, Governments and non-governmental organizations, including organizations of persons with disabilities.
(United Nations, 2001-12)
In this study, SOMIS is defined as a public sector management information system for policy-making and social development management in public agencies. This publication describes the conceptual and operational framework ...
Strengthening policies and programmes on social safety nets : issues, recommendations and selected studies (United Nations, 2001)
This publication presents case studies on social safety nets in Indonesia, the Philippines, the Republic of Korea, and Thailand. It examines the programmes that focus on the poor and disadvantaged and vulnerable groups. ...
(United Nations, 2001)
This paper discusses the issues, approaches and policy options towards social integration in the ESCAP region in the context of the Copenhagen Declaration and the Agenda for Action on Social Development in the ESCAP ...