UN agency urges west to focus on helping developing world create more sustainable and better-paid jobs rather than just on aid
Worsening economic conditions in Asia, Latin America and the Arab world threaten to undo decades of progress in reducing global poverty, according to a report by the International Labour Organisation. The UN agency warned that a third of workers earned less than the “moderate poverty threshold” of $3.10 (£2.10) a day, and many were in precarious jobs without basic social protections such as healthcare and welfare benefits.
It urged governments in the developed world to focus on improving the quality of jobs in the developing world, rather than just on aid, to create more sustainable and better paid employment.
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