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During the Global Jobs Crisis, there was an estimated loss of more than 37 percent of jobs in our country. As ofit is estimated that in our country, another million jobs at risk. Prior to the Global Jobs Crisis, corporate profits only accounted for about a quarter of our wealth.
When the crisis hit, that number jumped to about forty-two percent. We approach the issue by agreeing with the Global Jobs Pact. GDP is also an issue for us.
Ranking at about 15th in global GDP in prior to the crisis, we have only managed to rise back up 16th in the six years since the issue. Unemployment is a major part of that. The Global Jobs Pact would help to solve this issue.
We would like to be back to ranking higher in the GDP. Mainstreaming a Gender Perspective into all Policies and Programmes in the United Nations System Inthe United Nations Economic and Social council brought to light the issue of gender perspectives in policies and programmes.
The idea behind this would be to take into account how legislation and programmes will impact women in the states mentioned. This is not exactly correct. More-so it is more intelligent to consider the fact that our dominant religion puts women in a place that is not the same as men.
We see that men are the protectors of women, therefore the women in our country do not need rights. Our position on the topic of mainstreaming a gender perspective, we are not opposed to it.
It is important to consider how a new policy or programme will affect the different genders in a participating state. However, we do believe that this will be difficult due to the changing views of woman from nation to nation. We propose that the United Nations Committee of Economic and Social issues should look to the most reasonable and common way to look at both genders when drafting and discussing a new policy or programme, such as looking more the effects on the safety and treatment of the women or men in the member states.
Safety should be looked to when deciding the gender perspective of any new UN programme or policy. To conclude, we again state that we feel that the World Economic and Financial Crisis should take more precedence in this committee session.
The Global Jobs Pact should be something more relevant to discuss with the member states in this committee.Venezuela Trade at a Glance: Most Recent Values. Latest trade data available from various sources.
Please note: The data from various sources are not from the same year. Country / Region.
Year. World Trade Organization. Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and the WTO. This page gathers key information on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela's participation in the WTO. The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela has been a WTO member since 1 January and a member of GATT since 31 August National site Trade Policy Reviews of Venezuela, Bolivarian .
Return to Transcripts main page. CNN NEWSROOM. Note: This page is continually updated as new transcripts become available. If you cannot find a specific segment, check back later. We ended up setting the topic to “Topic B: Barriers to Free Trade.” Agriculture subsidies were the main topic of the day.
Venezuela took a hard-line stance and declared that there would be no trade with the U.S. or E.U. if the subsidies were not eliminated or reduced. UNICEF is committed to doing all it can to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), in partnership with governments, civil society, business, academia and the United Nations family – and especially children and young people.
Venezuela Wto Trade Topic Model Un Position Paper. The most important thing to know about Venezuela is that it is an oil exporting country, the fifth largest in the world, with the largest reserves of conventional oil (light and heavy crude) in the western hemisphere and the largest reserves of non-conventional oil (extra-heavy crude) in the world.