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Recrutement PNC Hainan Airlines
L’ESMA se rapproche d’Hainan Airlines dans le cadre de leur recrutement PNC
Au sein du Groupe HNA, les deux filiales ESMA Aviation Academy et Hainan Airlines se rapprochent en vue de collaborer pour le recrutement des futurs PNC de la compagnie.
Les prochaines sélections auront lieu àParis, Londres et Manchester à la fin du mois d’Août et début septembre.
Si vous êtes intéressés, vous devrez vous munir de votre CV + Photo.
Vous trouverez par ailleurs le détail de la sélection ci-dessous :
- Have a diploma that is higher than high school
- Proficient in English
- Charming, friendly, team-orientated personality
- Based in Beijing for the first year and then Europe later on.
Job fair location:
- PARIS at the Hilton Paris Opera
- LONDON at the Strand Palace Hotel
- MANCHESTER at the Renaissance Manchester Hotel
Job fair date:
- PARIS on 26th August (Friday) at 9 Pnc contact recrutement 28th August (Sunday) at 9 AM
- MANCHESTERon 4th September (Sunday) at 9 AM
The interview will include a Leaderless Group Discussion and a Structured Interview two sections. You will need to dress formally and take a copy of your valid passport, your CV, one 2-inch photo, and a black pen when you attend the interview.
If you are willing to attend the interview, please reply to this e-mail ([email protected]) and fill in the form below and attach it in your e-mail before 9 AM, Monday August 22nd.
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Will be provided:
- Flight tickets to Beijing where training will take place
- All of their provisions during training paid.
- Housing while they work for Hainan Airlines.
- 15 paid vacation days a year,
- 3 round trip free tickets and 75% off flight tickets.
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The government has established institutional mechanisms for the enforcement of laws and regulations on child labor (Table 5). However, gaps exist within the authority of enforcement agencies that may hinder adequate enforcement of child labor laws.
Ministry of Employment, Labor, and Social Welfare (MOL)
Investigates cases related to child labor, including its worst forms. (72) Refers cases of child labor to the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) for prosecution. (12)
Ministry of Mines
Includes the Service for Assistance and Supervision of Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining, the government agency responsible for artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) regulation and training, and the Division of Mines, which oversees mining-related departments and public services, including large-scale mining, at the provincial level. (73-75)
Ministry of Justice (MOJ)
Enforces criminal laws related to child labor. (12) Oversees five juvenile courts in Kinshasa and 19 UNICEF-funded child protection courts throughout the country. (13) Assists the International Criminal Court in conducting investigations and prosecuting individuals charged with using children in armed conflict. (12,33,47)
Ministry of the Interior (MOI)
Investigates allegations of human trafficking rings, refers child labor cases to the MOJ for prosecution, and coordinates support and reintegration services with the Ministry of Social Affairs, Solidarity, and Humanitarian Action. (12,33) Includes the Special Police Unit for Women and Children, which combats conflict-related sexual and gender-based violence against women and children, protects children and women who are victims of physical abuse, and ensures the demobilization of children. (12,13) The Congolese National Police (PNC) Child Protection and Sexual Violence Directorate has a formal mechanism in place with local NGOs to screen for possible human trafficking victims among vulnerable groups. (44) The Mining and Hydrocarbon Police are charged with enforcing pnc contact recrutement mining code, including prohibitions against child labor, at artisanal and large scale mining sites. (75,76)
Office of the President’s Personal Representative on Sexual Violence and Child Recruitment
Supports and coordinates the efforts of government officials and international bodies to combat sexual violence and the use of children in armed conflict. (72,77) Compiles data on prosecutions in military and civil courts involving sexual violence against girls and maintains a hotline for reporting cases. (33)
Ministry of Defense (MOD)
Investigates and prosecutes in military courts banknorth lewiston me officials suspected of recruiting and using child soldiers, and leads the implementation of the Action Plan to End the Recruitment and Use of Child Soldiers. Through its Department of Child Protection, coordinates actions with UNICEF. (12) Through its Children Associated with Armed Forces and Armed Groups Unit, coordinates demobilization, disarmament, and reintegration activities. (33,78)
Ministry of Gender and Family (MOGF)
Oversees and investigates cases related to the commercial sexual exploitation of children. (12)
The Ministry of Social Affairs, Solidarity, and Humanitarian Affairs monitors humanitarian programs and coordinates with key actors to promote social services to vulnerable groups, including street children, human trafficking victims, and child soldiers. (15) In April, as part of pandemic-related protection measures, Ministry of the Interior (MOI) officials held a training for Kinshasa police officers emphasizing collateral consequences of mandated quarantines, including acts that can be considered forms of trafficking in persons, such as sexual exploitation and the trafficking of children. (37)
Labor Law Enforcement
In 2020, labor law enforcement agencies in the DRC took actions to combat child labor (Table 6). However, gaps exist within the operations of the Ministry of Employment, Labor, and Social Welfare (MOL) that may hinder adequate labor law enforcement, including financial resource allocation.
Overview of Labor Law Enforcement
Labor Inspectorate Funding
Number of Labor Inspectors
Inspectorate Authorized to Assess Penalties
Initial Training for New Labor Inspectors
Training on New Laws Related to Child Labor
Refresher Courses Provided
Number regions bank locations jacksonville Labor Inspections Conducted
Number Conducted at Worksite
Number of Child Labor Violations Found
Number of Child Labor Violations for Which Penalties Were Imposed
Number of Child Labor Penalties Imposed that Were Collected
Routine Inspections Conducted
Routine Inspections Targeted
Unannounced Inspections Permitted
Unannounced Inspections Conducted
Complaint Mechanism Exists
Reciprocal Referral Mechanism Exists Between Labor Authorities and Social Services
The number of labor inspectors is likely insufficient for the size of the DRC's workforce, which includes over 31 million workers. According pnc contact recrutement the ILO's technical advice of a ratio approaching 1 inspector for every 40,000 workers in less developed economies, the DRC would employ about 784 labor inspectors. (79,80) Moreover, as the government did not directly fund the Central Labor Inspectorate in 2020, MOL relied on provincial labor inspectorates, the mining police, industrial mining companies, and NGOs to conduct inspections and defray the costs. (14) Regional labor inspectorates rely on fees collected from violators to sustain their operations. (14) Despite these challenges, provincial authorities conducted inspections in the formal mining sector in the Katanga region, including in Haut Katanga, Tanganyika, and Lualaba, where child labor is known to occur. (14) Approximately 80 percent of the DRC's labor force is engaged in the informal sector, including subsistence agriculture, which is also the DRC's largest rural employer. (81,82) To support labor inspections in the agricultural sector, the government task force on the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act, in conjunction with MOL, published a roadmap to address child labor in the DRC's agricultural sector. The government also made a commitment to survey child labor prevalence in the rice sector in Kongo-Central Province in 2021. (14,83)
Labor inspectors did not receive child labor law enforcement training in 2020. (14) Mines are inspected by mining and hydrocarbon police, NGOs, industrial mining companies, armed forces, and two specialized divisions within the Minister of Mines. Conflict mineral sites subject to international due diligence requirements are validated as child labor- and conflict-free by local monitoring committees, or CLS. (84) The CLS include territorial administrators, state mining services, state security forces, traditional authorities, and mining operators. (84) With support from the U.S. Department of State, IOM trained 250 mining police in North and South Kivu on inspection and validation techniques. Topics included child labor detection, hazards assessment, and additional compliance measures. (14) Under a USAID program aimed at boosting gender equity in artisanal mining, 20 female mine inspectors were also trained and inducted in South Kivu. Trainers used specific modules designed from the Voluntary Principles for the Security of Human Rights, with a specific focus on child protection in mining areas. (14) In addition, the Congolese National Police (PNC) worked with NGOs to protect children in artisanal gold mining sites in North and South Kivu. At the Omape artisanal mining site near Walikale, PNC, in collaboration with the NGO Caritas, conducted night patrols to check for the presence of children working in the mines at night. (14,37) In 2020, the NGO PACT identified and extricated 18 children working in artisanal mines in the east. (14,37) Separately, the APLTP discovered 100 children working in an artisanal gold mine in South Kivu, and they were also removed. The provincial labor inspectorate in South Kivu was actively investigating the case at the close of the reporting period. (14)
Criminal Law Enforcement
In 2020, criminal law enforcement agencies in the DRC took actions to combat child labor (Table 7). However, gaps exist within the operations of the criminal enforcement agencies that may hinder adequate criminal law enforcement, including the allocation of financial resources.
Overview of Criminal Law Enforcement
Initial Training for New Criminal Investigators
Training on New Laws Related to the Worst Forms of Child Labor
Refresher Courses Provided
Number of Investigations
Number of Violations Found
Number of Prosecutions Initiated
Number of Convictions
Imposed Penalties for Violations Related to the Worst Forms of Child Labor
Reciprocal Referral Mechanism Exists Between Criminal Authorities and Social Services
In August 2020, the National Commissioner of the Congolese National Police adopted a set of regulations, approved through inter-ministerial consensus, that defines for the first time the function and duties of the Mining Police, including the protection and enforcement of human rights in mining areas. In specific cases of human rights abuses, including the worst forms of child labor, the guidelines instruct the mining police to arrest suspects, preserve evidence, and exercise the authorities of the child protection unit in cases in which the specialized services are absent. (14)
Unlike previous years, in 2020, military courts identified and began prosecuting multiple army officers for cases of pnc contact recrutement trafficking, child soldier recruitment, and sexual slavery. In June 2020, two FARDC soldiers from the 2105th regiment, accused of kidnapping underage girls for sexual enslavement, stood trial before a military tribunal in Kasai. (14,44) The military prosecutor’s office in Tshikapa also uncovered a child trafficking ring run by a FARDC captain and a civilian woman. The captain was arrested and was awaiting trial at the end of the reporting period. (14,44) Military prosecutors planned to request a sentence of 5 years for both the FARDC officer and the civilian. (14,44) In September, military prosecutors in Goma also opened a case against ex-warlord and prolific child soldier recruiter Bahati Kibira Kapasi, leader of the armed group Union of Patriots for the Defense of Congo. The following month, the government secured a pnc contact recrutement conviction against Ntabo Ntaberi Sheka, who was sentenced to life imprisonment for war crimes, including child soldier recruitment. (14,37,86) Sheka, who commanded the Nduma Défense du Congo (NDC) until 2015, created a command-and-control structure based on child soldier recruitment. Jean-Claude "Kamutoto" Lukambo, a co-defendant and former child soldier who rose to command the NDC's child soldier recruitment and training division, was sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment. (14,37,86) The conviction also identified recently ousted NDC-R head Congolese “General” Shimiray Mwissa Guidon, who split from Sheka's NDC in 2015, as complicit in Sheka's crimes; however, Guidon remains at large. Prosecutors also indicted members of the Bana Mura for child sexual enslavement in the Kasai region. (14,37,86,87)
In January 2020, police in Lubumbashi arrested 3 men accused of running a child trafficking ring; 22 child victims were freed during the arrest. (50) Research was unable to verify if the men were prosecuted or to confirm the case's disposition by the end of the reporting period. (14,44) The APLTP also investigated cases of child trafficking, commercial sexual exploitation, and child abuse, and initiated 13 prosecutions for trafficking in persons and commercial sexual exploitation during the reporting period. These included three cases of child recruitment, one case of forced child labor, and seven cases of commercial sexual exploitation. (14,37) In addition, DRC and Republic of the Congo authorities disrupted a cross-border child trafficking ring, and MOI officials opened an investigation into a child trafficking network between the DRC and Zambia. (14,37) Research indicates that 58,305 children, including victims of criminal labor exploitation, were processed through the DRC’s 21 Children’s Tribunals in 2020. However, the closure of civilian criminal courts in March, following national lockdowns to contain the pandemic, resulted in an overall reduction in the volume of criminal hearings. (14,44) Similarly, police and prosecutorial investigations declined significantly. Lockdowns prevented actors from conducting necessary field travel, greatly reducing the number of victims identified. (44) Moreover, poor coordination in conducting investigations, collecting data, and providing services to victims continued to hinder the government’s ability to adequately combat the worst forms of child labor. (3,33) Research indicates that both the military and civilian justice systems lack the capacity and resources to investigate and prosecute child labor violations. (4,22,72)
In 2020, the FARDC made progress compared with prior years in preventing child recruitment within state security forces following an August decree by the Minister of Defense reiterating zero tolerance for child recruitment. (14) There were three cases of the FARDC using children in non-combat capacities in 2020, all of whom, according to the UN Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo's (MONUSCO) Child Protection Services, were demobilized. (14) The FARDC also separated 2,101 children from armed groups during the reporting period and referred them to UNICEF-run transition centers, which provided them with medical and psychosocial support and livelihood training. (14)
Until July 2020, FARDC elements in North Kivu collaborated with UN- and U.S.-sanctioned Congolese “General” Shimiray Mwissa Guidon's NDC-R, an armed group and occasional proxy for the FARDC that recruits children, sometimes forcibly, into its ranks. (30,87-91) Congolese forces, including senior FARDC commander General Innocent Gahizi, allowed the group to move freely throughout the province and tolerated NDC-R's use of FARDC uniforms. Colonel Yves Kijenge, FARDC commander of the 3411th Regiment, also supplied the group with weapons and ammunition. (50,88,90) Under this arrangement, which allowed the NDC-R to establish illegal taxation schemes and control of lucrative gold mining sites, the group emerged as the dominant non-state group in the Masisi and Walikale regions of the eastern DRC. (50,81,88-90) In June 2019, military prosecutors pnc contact recrutement North Kivu issued an arrest warrant for Guidon for child recruitment, mass rape, and other crimes pnc contact recrutement between 2015 and 2020 as leader of the NDC-R. (50,89,90) They further allege that sanctioned high-ranking FARDC commanders protected Guidon during this period, although these officers have not yet been charged. In July 2020 Guidon was deposed by Gilbert Chuo Bwira, his second-in-command, with FARDC support. (28,92) In August 2020, 584 combatants under Bwira's command, including 29 children, surrendered to the FARDC. The children were removed by MONUSCO's child protection unit and taken to the UNICEF-funded community demobilization center in Goma. (93-95)
Despite efforts to prevent child recruitment by state security forces, children whom the FARDC separated from armed groups were occasionally detained for 2 to 14 days. In 2020, 85 children were detained following separation from armed groups, 78 of whom were released shortly thereafter. However, 7 children were held in detention for periods ranging from 2 to 9 months. (14,44) When children are detained, official procedure requires the government to alert MONUSCO, to whom the children are handed over. Prior to that handover, children may be held in local detention cells, which suffer from overcrowding, lack of food and health services, and poor sanitation. (14,44)
The FARDC, mining police, and private security forces, including those guarding large-scale mining concessions, reportedly subject child laborers on ASM sites to extortion and physical abuse. (96) There is no evidence the government took action to address these abuses. Moreover, some FARDC elements collected illegal fees from traders to transport gold in FARDC trucks on routine operations between Misisi and Bukavu. (28) Members of the 1301st Regiment of the FARDC illegally owned and taxed artisanal gold mines in Mongbwalu, Ituri Province. The pandemic lockdown exacerbated these trends. Research indicates that members of the FARDC's 3407th Regiment facilitated the transport of gold on behalf of non-state armed group Mai-Mai Yakutumba. (28)
Penalties for criminal violations related to the worst forms of child labor—including the use of children in armed conflict—are 1 to 3 years of imprisonment with fines of up to $123 (200,000 Congolese Francs). (13,20,22,56,57,59,70,71)