Anthony Borden, executive director of the IWPR
, called for an "open and transparent" investigation into her death - which was reported as suicide by Turkish media outlets.
2) Improve the access of IWPR
insurance and healthcare services at local level.
Making matters worse, almost half of all workers are prohibited or strongly discouraged from discussing pay information, according to an IWPR
76 Average cost of benefits, 31 percent payroll taxes, and of wages administrative costs Subtotal $22,994,064 Adjustment for lost $1,766,407 productivity Total $21,227,657 Cost factor Source Workers currently without IWPR
analysis of the 2011 American paid leave of any kind Community Survey; the 2010 National Compensation Survey; the 2010 Current Population Survey Displaced Worker, Employee Tenure and Occupational Mobility Supplement File; and the 2009-2012 Current Population Survey Annual Social and Economic Supplement.
says some fear Iraq's sectarian and ethnic feuds, barely calmed, will be rekindled as Iran's struggle to over-power its neighbour ensnares other countries in the region.
Ariane Hegewisch, one of the authors of the IWPR
report, notes that the proportion of married couples with children in the United States who work 80 hours a week or more is twice as high as in the next European country.
In 2004, with other Afghan IWPR
employees, Nekzad created the Pajhwok Afghan News agency.
The following article covers only a portion of the information included in the IWPR
report, but it highlights broad areas that show how this state compares with the nation.
The report, aimed at measuring the quality of life for women in all 50 states, is put out by the IWPR
To select programs for the review IWPR
staff interviewed a set of experts in the field to ask which programs they consider as models in the field.
In January of this year, a hard-hitting investigation from Romania, "The Scourge of Human Trafficking: Freedom at Midnight," was published by IWPR
calculations based on the Survey of Income and Program Participation.