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HE Minister of Social Affairs and Acting Minister of Labor Nasser bin Abdullah Al-Hamidi met here on Monday with Senegalese Foreign Minister Mankeur Ndiaye. Talks during the meeting dealt with bilateral relations and means of enhancing them, as
Last week, unions and employers agreed to come up with their own solutions to ensure people who lose their jobs after many years can keep claiming a third year of benefit...This may be extended to incapacity benefits as well and means the benefits
The latest government reshuffle focused on finance and social affairs portfolios, AFP reported.
Tripoli In July last year Libya held its first free elections in almost 40 years, following the death of former dictator Moamer Kadhafi. Around thirty women were elected to become members of parliament. Their success has spurred other women on to
This came when Shaikh Humaid received at his office in the Emiri Court, on Thursday, Mariam Mohammed Khalfan Al Roumi, Minister of Social Affairs, who briefed him on the latest arrangements and equipment for the new social service centre in Ajman.
Special to The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Oct. 26 2012, 3:25 PM EDT Last updated Friday, Oct. 26 2012, 3:30 PM EDT Canada is a lone wolf amongst developed countries when it comes to Postsecondary Education (PSE). We are the only country that
has announced a one-year contract to provide IT services to the Dutch Agency of Social Affairs (Agentschap SZW), which falls under the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment. Accenture implemented for the agency under a previous contract. The
In addition, healthy workers are more productive, which will also benefit the economy to the tune of 6bn a year, the research, quoted by RTL news, shows. The findings, which includes research into the experiences of 100 companies, have been compiled
Kamp and former Labour leader Wouter Bos will take over the formation process on Thursday, focusing on an alliance between the right-wing VVD and Labour. Although the cabinet is in a caretaker role, De Krom may have an important role to play in
Cambodia's war crimes court has ordered the release of Ieng Thirith, dubbed the "First Lady" of the Khmer Rouge regime, saying she was unfit to stand trial. "As there is no prospect that the accused can be tried in the foreseeable future, the trial