International Affairs – Reports & Organizations

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Reports & Organizations- June 2021
Report Organization Key Points
Child Labour Global Estimates 2020 report United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) & International Labour Organization (ILO) • 63 million girls and 97 million boys were in child labour globally.
• Sector-wise child labour
~ Agriculture Sector — 70%
~ Services sector – 20%
~ Industrial sector – 10%
Development and Globalization: Facts and Figures’ report United Nations Conference on Trade and Development • Small Island States experienced an estimated 9% fall in GDP in 2020.
Global Skills Report 2021 Coursera •Rankof India – 67 (Topped by – Switzerland)
World Food Price Index United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) • World Food Price Index (WFPI) reached 127.1 points in May 2021
Scientific review of the impact of climate change on plant pests Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) • 40% of Global Crops lost to Pests Annually
“Becoming #GenerationRestoration Ecosystem Restoration for People, Nature & Climate” Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and UN Environment Programme’s (UNEP) • Land Equivalent to Size of China to be Restored by 2030 to Prevent Biodiversity Loss
World Employment and Social Outlook International Labour Organisation(ILO) • Global Unemployment Rate To be 5.7% in 2022
•No recovery in global jobs till 2023
State of Finance for Nature United Nations • Global funding on Nature to be Tripled by 2030 to tackle Environment Change and it will be 4-times by 2050
‘Complicit: 2020 Global Nuclear Spending’, International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) • Nuclear Weapons Spending in 2020 Increased by $1.4 billion
• Top 3 Country interms of Spending On Nuclear Weapons in 2020
1. USA
2. China
3. Russia
• Rank of India – India
‘Financing Clean Energy Transitions in Emerging and Developing Economies International Energy Agency (IEA) • Developing Economies Energy Transition needs USD 1 Trillion by 2030
‘Global Wealth Report 2020 Credit Suisse • Wealth of India’s Super-rich decreased by 4.4% in 2020
• At present India is home to 1% of the global rich list
• The number of millionaires in India is expected to increase to 1.3 million by 2025

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