Commissioned by and in co-operation with. Moving from the margins. Mainstreaming persons with disabilities in Pakistan. A custom research report produced for the British Council. August 3. Testing Indonesia's security in the post-Jakarta era. 5. Jack Hewson, Contributing editor, The Economist Intelligence Unit .. move had the effect of considerably weakening the leadership of the KPK, Indonesia's most trusted mostly at the margins, through the reduction of red tape in permitting processes. Dozens of. The Economist Intelligence Unit bears sole responsibility for the content of this report. The findings and views expressed in the report do not .. and squeezes margins. The following is an outline of the key technologies being deployed compliance burden of a move into banking. Instead, GAFA may focus on specific roles.
In , The Economist Group launched the first iteration of Pride and Prejudice: The business and economic case for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender ( LGBT) diversity and inclusion. As part of the initiative, The Economist Intelligence. Unit (EIU) conducted a study exploring the status of LGBT people in the workplace. August This report from the Economist Intelligence Unit and British Council was one of the first to use social and human rights based models to call for a change in attitudes towards people with disabilities in Pakistan. As many as 27 million people in Pakistan may be living with disabilities, both intellectual and physical. 1 Sep The research: 'Moving from the Margins: Mainstreaming Persons with Disabilities in Pakistan', produced for the British Council by the Economist Intelligence Unit, found that excluding PwDs leads to economic losses of as much as US$bn to US$bn in Pakistan, or % and % of the country's.
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