The paper reviews trends in international migration within, from and to the Asia-Pacific region, discussing different types of migrants by the main purpose of their movement as well as economic and social impacts of migration and relevant policies on international migration in the Asia-Pacific region. The paper recommends integrating migration in a post 2015 development agenda.
This presentation on Bali outcomes and the LDC package by Dr. Ravi Ratnayake, Director, Trade and Investment Division, UNESCAP was given in Yangon, Myanmar on 1-5 September 2014, as part of the Training on Trade Defence Measures and Other Trade Related Issues.
Pезолюция 67/10: Oсновной нaбор покaзaтелей экономической стaтистики в кaчестве руководствa для повышения кaчествa бaзовой экономической стaтистики в Aзиaтско-Tихоокеaнском регионе - Совещание высокого уровня по вопросам скоординированного внедрения международных стандартов макроэкономической статистики, г. Владивосток, Российская Федерация, 3-4 Сентября, 2014 г.
Resolution 67/10: A core set of economic statistics to guide the improvement of basic economic statistics in Asia and the Pacific. This is a reference document in the High-level Meeting for Coordinated Implementation of International Standards for Macroeconomic Statistics, Vladivostok, Russian Federation, 3-4 September 2014.
Брошюра о Региональной программе по совершенствованию экономической статистики. В брошюре представлена краткая информация о Программе и Основном наборе, хронология развития Программы, а также раздел, посвященный часто задаваемым вопросам.
South and South-West Asia (SSWA) region has been able to improve intra-regional trade during the last decade. However, much is left to be done to realise the full trade potential between SSWA countries, which also share important complementarities that can become the basis of region-wide production networks. Such networks would enhance the combined productivity and competitiveness of SSWA, but their development is stifled by poor intra-regional connectivity status.
Resolution adopted at the 65th session of the United Nations General Assembly, 21 December 2010, New York.
In resolution A/ RES/65/182 General Assembly decided, inter alia, to establish an open-ended working group, open to all States Members of the United Nations, for the purpose of strengthening the protection of the human rights of older persons.
Resolution adopted at the 67th session of the United Nations General Assembly, 20 December 2012, New York.
In resolution A/ RES/67/139 General Assembly decided that the Open-ended Working Group on Ageing shall consider proposals for an international legal instrument to promote and protect the rights and dignity of older persons.