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The New York City Comptroller, an independently elected official, is the Chief Financial Officer of the City of New York. The mission of the office is to promote the financial integrity and operational effectiveness of New York City government, in order to secure a thriving future for all New Yorkers and build a more just, equitable, and resilient city. We utilize the tools and responsibilities that the City Charter assigns us to ensure that City government is budgeting wisely, investing strategically, living up to its promises and obligations, and keeping a sharp eye on the long-term challenges to come. The Bureau of Contract Administration (BCA) is responsible for reviewing and approving City contracts and agreements before they are legally effective unless this authority has been delegated to city agencies or is otherwise not legally required. The City Charter gives BCA up to 30 calendar days to review contracts and agreements. During this period, BCA ensures that appropriate funds exist for the city to make payments to vendors, confirms that the contracting agency followed proper procurement rules, and that there was no corruption in the decision-making process. BCA also ensures that contracting agencies have checked vendors looking to do business with the City and that vendors are operating in good standing and eligible to be awarded a city contract. Through its collaborations with other city agencies, and analyses like the Annual Summary Contracts Report, BCA also works to increase efficiency and public value across the City’s procurement activities and to improve transparency around how public funds are spent. Responsibilities of the Contract Administration Intern include, but are not limited to: - Assist with BCA Professional Development Training Library for internal and external staff members - Analysis on Expanded Work Allowance for BCA's Strategic Goals - Website review for outdated information, dead links, etc. - Data support in preparation for next year's BCA reports - Review of OAISIS (online contract Management) repository QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENT: Matriculation at an accredited college. Employment is conditioned upon continuance as a student in college. IMPORTANT: - Our office is located at the David Dinkins Municipal Building, 1 Centre St. in Manhattan/New York. - All interns will work in-person in the office, Monday – Thursday, 28 hours per week. - The employment period will be from June 3 – August 1, 2024.

As of June of the Program year the prospective interne must be a student matriculated in a college or be a recent college graduate (winter/spring term of the Program year). NOTE: Appointment to this title is only valid for the duration of the Program, June - August each year.

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Research and Innovation Intern

Istanbul, TURKEY

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10-Dec-23 (Midnight New York, USA)

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Duration of initial contract :, time left :, languages required :.


Expected Duration of Assignment :

UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence. UNDP does not tolerate sexual exploitation and abuse, any kind of harassment, including sexual harassment, and discrimination. All selected candidates will, therefore, undergo rigorous reference and background checks.

UNDP works in about 170 countries and territories, helping to eradicate poverty, reduce inequalities and exclusion, and build resilience so countries can sustain progress. As the UN’s development agency, UNDP plays a critical role in helping countries achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.

The Istanbul International Center for Private Sector in Development (ICPSD) is the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) global organization mandated to leverage the role of the private sector in development. The ICPSD was established in Istanbul, Türkiye based on the Partnership Framework Agreement signed between the Government of the Republic of Turkey and the United Nations Development Program in March 2011. The center is one of the five global thematic policy centers of UNDP, supports the private sector and foundations to become transformative partners in development through research, advocacy, facilitation of public-private dialogue and brokering partnerships. ICPSD leads UNDP’s global work on private sector and foundations and supports UNDP’s offices all around the world.  

UNDP ICPSD leads UNDP’s private sector strategy, mobilizing the private sector to engage in development. ICPSD convenes stakeholders from public and private industry as well as foundations to facilitate knowledge sharing and partnerships, catalyzes private sector actors for developing products and initiatives for SDG implementation and provides support to raise capital through innovative financing models such as blended finance. 

The role of South-South and Triangular Cooperation (SSTC) in sustainable development is increasing substantially. In like manner, the private sector’s engagement in sustainable development is growingly contributing to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). SSTC is enriching and diversifying development efforts and means through a variety of flexible cooperation modalities, such as knowledge exchanges, technology transfers, mutual learning, peer-to-peer support and innovative financing. The private sector’s engagement can further expand and enhance the outreach of the SSTC. ICPSD supports companies in tailoring their business models to respond to sustainable development needs by identifying and promoting best practices within the framework of South-South Cooperation to achieve the SDGs.

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· Provide quantitative analysis and data management support

· Provide writing and editing support on issues related to private sector resilience

· Support the organization of online and in-person meetings

· Contribute to designing and implementation of initiatives, projects or programmes;

· Provide administrative support on an as-needed basis;

· Prepare relevant communications materials (speeches, brochures, success stories, social media materials etc.);

· Assist in the management of social media and web-based platforms and collaborate in the development and execution of online content (webinars, images, infographics, videos, blogs etc.) and campaigns delivered across various social media channels such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc.

· Other relevant tasks as deemed necessary by the supervisor.


  • Excellent IT skills and quantitative analysis skills
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  • Be enrolled in a second university degree programme (Master Degree);
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  • Experience in managing social media and web-based platforms.
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Striking Actors and Hollywood Studios Agree to a Deal

The agreement all but ends one of the longest labor crises in the history of the entertainment industry. Union members still have to approve the deal.

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SAG members picketing outside Paramount Studios.

By Brooks Barnes ,  John Koblin and Nicole Sperling

Brooks Barnes and Nicole Sperling reported from Los Angeles, and John Koblin from New York.

One of the longest labor crises in Hollywood history is finally coming to an end.

SAG-AFTRA, the union representing tens of thousands of actors, reached a tentative deal for a new contract with entertainment companies on Wednesday, clearing the way for the $134 billion American movie and television business to swing back into motion.

Hollywood’s assembly lines have been at a near-standstill since May because of a pair of strikes by writers and actors, resulting in financial pain for studios and for many of the two million Americans — makeup artists, set builders, location scouts, chauffeurs, casting directors — who work in jobs directly or indirectly related to making TV shows and films.

Upset about streaming-service pay and fearful of fast-developing artificial intelligence technology, actors joined screenwriters on picket lines in July. The writers had walked out in May over similar concerns. It was the first time since 1960, when Ronald Reagan was the head of the actors’ union and Marilyn Monroe was still starring in films, that actors and writers were both on strike.

The Writers Guild of America, which represents 11,500 screenwriters, reached a tentative agreement with studios on Sept. 24 and ended its 148-day strike on Sept. 27. In the coming days, SAG-AFTRA members will vote on whether to accept their union’s deal, which includes hefty gains, like increases in compensation for streaming shows and films, better health care funding, concessions from studios on self-taped auditions, and guarantees that studios will not use artificial intelligence to create digital replicas of their likenesses without payment or approval.

SAG-AFTRA, however, failed to receive a percentage of streaming service revenue. It had proposed a 2 percent share — later dropped to 1 percent, before a pivot to a per-subscriber fee. Fran Drescher, the union’s president, had made the demand a priority, but companies like Netflix balked, calling it “a bridge too far.”

Instead, the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, which bargains on behalf of entertainment companies, proposed a new residual for streaming programs based on performance metrics, which the union, after making some adjustments, agreed to take.

At 118 days, it was the longest movie and television strike in the union’s 90-year history. SAG-AFTRA said in a terse statement that its negotiating committee had voted unanimously to approve the tentative deal, which will proceed to the union’s national board on Friday for “review and consideration.”

It added, “Further details will be released following that meeting.”

Shaan Sharma, a member of the union’s negotiating committee, said he had mixed emotions about the tentative deal, though he declined to go into specifics because the SAG-AFTRA board still needed to review it.

“They say a negotiation is when both sides are unhappy because you can’t get everything you want on either side,” he said, adding, “You can be happy for the deal overall, but you can feel a sense of loss for something that you didn’t get that you thought was important.”

Ms. Drescher called the agreement “historic” in a post on Instagram. “We did it!!!!” she wrote. She and other SAG-AFTRA officials had come under severe pressure from agents, crew member unions and even some of her own members, including George Clooney and Ben Affleck, to wrap up what had started to feel like an interminable negotiation.

“I’m relieved,” Kevin Zegers, an actor most recently seen in the ABC show “The Rookie: Feds,” said in an interview after the union’s announcement. “If it didn’t end today, there would have been riots.”

The studio alliance said in a statement that the tentative agreement “represents a new paradigm,” giving SAG-AFTRA “the biggest contract-on-contract gains in the history of the union.”

There is uncertainty over what a poststrike Hollywood will look like. But one thing is certain: There will be fewer jobs for actors and writers in the coming years, undercutting the wins that unions achieved at the bargaining table.

Even before the strikes, entertainment companies were cutting back on the number of television shows they ordered , a result of severe pressure from Wall Street to turn money-losing streaming services into profitable businesses. Analysts expect companies to make up for the pair of pricey new labor contracts by reducing costs elsewhere, including by making fewer shows and canceling first-look deals .

For the moment, however, the agreements with actors and writers represent a capitulation by Hollywood’s biggest companies, which started the bargaining process with an expectation that the unions, especially SAG-AFTRA, would be relatively compliant. Early in the talks, for instance, the studio alliance — Netflix, Disney, NBCUniversal, Apple, Amazon, Sony, Paramount, Warner Bros. — refused to negotiate on multiple union proposals. “Rejected our proposal, refused to make a counter” became a rallying cry among the striking workers.

As the studio alliance tried to limit any gains, the companies cited business challenges, including the rapid decline of cable television and continued streaming losses. Disney, struggling with $4 billion in streaming losses in 2022, eliminated 7,000 jobs in the spring.

But the alliance underestimated the pent-up anger pulsating among the studios’ own workers. Writers and actors called the moment “existential,” arguing that the streaming era had deteriorated the working conditions and compensation for rank-and-file members of their professions so much that they could no longer make a living. The companies brushed such comments aside as union bluster and Hollywood dramatics. They found out the workers were serious.

With the strikes dragging into the fall and the financial pain on both sides mounting, the studio alliance reluctantly switched from trying to limit gains to figuring out how to get Hollywood’s creative assembly lines running again — even if that meant bending to the will of the unions.

“It was all macho, tough-guy stuff from the companies for a while,” said Jason E. Squire , professor emeritus at the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts. “But that certainly did change.”

There had previously been 15 years of labor peace in Hollywood.

“The executives of these companies didn’t need to worry about labor very much — they worried about other things,” Chris Keyser, a chair of the Writers Guild negotiating committee, said in an interview after the writers’ strike concluded. “They worried about Wall Street and their free cash flow, and all of that.”

Mr. Keyser continued: “They could say to their labor executives, ‘Do the same thing you’ve been doing year after year. Just take care of that, because labor costs are not going to be a problem.’ Suddenly, that wasn’t true anymore.” As a result of the strikes, studios are widely expected to overhaul their approach to union negotiations, which in many ways dates to the 1980s .

Writers Guild leaders called their deal “exceptional” and “transformative,” noting the creation of viewership-based streaming bonuses and a sharp increase in royalty payments for overseas viewing on streaming services. Film writers received guaranteed payment for a second draft of screenplays, something the union had tried but failed to secure for at least two decades.

The Writers Guild said the contract included enhancements worth roughly $233 million annually. When bargaining started in the spring, the guild proposed $429 million in enhancements, while studios countered with $86 million, according to the guild.

For an industry upended by the streaming revolution, which the pandemic sped up, the tentative accord takes a meaningful step toward stabilization. About $10 billion in TV and film production has been on hold, according to ProdPro, a production tracking service. That amounts to 176 shows and films.

The fallout has been significant, both inside and outside the industry. California’s economy alone has lost more than $5 billion, according to Gov. Gavin Newsom. Because the actors’ union prohibited its members from participating in promotional campaigns for already-finished work, studios pulled movies like “Dune: Part Two” from the fall release schedule, forgoing as much as $1.6 billion in worldwide ticket sales, according to David A. Gross, a film consultant.

With labor harmony restored, the coming weeks should be chaotic. Studio executives and producers will begin a mad scramble to secure soundstages, stars, insurance, writers and crew members so productions can start running again as quickly as possible. Because of the end-of-year holidays, some projects may not restart until January.

Both sides will have to go through the arduous process of working together again after a searing six-month standoff. The strikes tore at the fabric of the clubby entertainment world, with actors’ union leaders describing executives as “land barons of a medieval time,” and writers and actors still fuming that it took studio executives months, not weeks, to reach a deal.

Workers and businesses caught in the crossfire were idled, potentially leaving bitter feelings toward both sides.

And it appears that Hollywood executives will now have to contend with a resurgent labor force, mirroring many other American businesses. In recent weeks, production workers at Walt Disney Animation voted to unionize, as did visual-effects workers at Marvel .

Contracts with powerful unions that represent Hollywood crews will expire in June and July, and negotiations are expected to be fractious.

“It seemed apparent early on that we were part of a trend in American society where labor was beginning to flex its muscles — where unions were beginning to reassert their power,” said Mr. Keyser, the Writers Guild official.

Brooks Barnes covers all things Hollywood. He joined The New York Times in 2007 and previously worked at The Wall Street Journal. More about Brooks Barnes

John Koblin covers the television industry. He is the co-author of “It’s Not TV: The Spectacular Rise, Revolution, and Future of HBO.” More about John Koblin

Nicole Sperling is a media and entertainment reporter, covering Hollywood and the burgeoning streaming business. She joined The Times in 2019. She previously worked for Vanity Fair, Entertainment Weekly and The Los Angeles Times. More about Nicole Sperling

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National Post

Contract faculty in York University relying on food banks to get by, union says

Posted: December 1, 2023 | Last updated: December 1, 2023

The bargaining unit for York University teaching assistants and contract faculty is asking its members for a strong strike mandate to help push for higher pay and increased job security.

CUPE 3903 says its members are having to rely on food banks under wages that trail far below inflation.

Ahead of the bargaining process in the summer, an internal survey found that members were struggling to keep up with the cost of living, said Erin McIntosh, spokesperson for CUPE 3903.

“Many members discussed having to go to food banks, having to take on second job (and) talked about having to go into debt,” said Erin McIntosh, spokesperson for CUPE 3903.

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Teaching assistants and graduate assistants were especially affected, she said. Ninety percent reported feeling “significant financial insecurity” in the survey.

A teaching assistant herself, McIntosh said she made more money under the CERB than she does as an instructor. The program offered $2,000 to Canadians affected by the COVID pandemic.

CUPE 3903 is negotiating on behalf of 2,800 contract faculty, teaching assistants and graduate assistants, who make up three of its four units. The local represents more than half of the York’s teaching staff.

CUPE 3903 is asking for increased job security for its contract staff, who reapply every few months for courses they’ve “often taught for years,” McIntosh said.

Negotiations aimed at improving job stability so far have failed despite nearly two years of discussion, she said. The union has said it is also looking for “significant increases” in healthcare and and other benefits to help members “make ends meet.”

The current contract expired in Aug. 31 and bargaining has been ongoing since the summer without “any significant progress,” McIntosh said. National Post has reached out to York for comment.

The University’s recent proposal makes it “easier to discipline members and harder to file discrimination and harassment grievances,” the union has said.

“We do not want any loss to current protections that we have, and we need our current protections to be strengthened,” McIntosh explained.

In September, the bargaining unit also began negotiating back pay for its members, whose wage increases were capped by the Ford government in 2019. The Ontario Superior Court of Justice ruled in Nov. 2022 that Bill 124, which prevented wage increases of more than 1 per cent for public sector staff, violated the Charter-protected right to collective bargaining.

The union is seeking a six per cent retroactive increase for each of the three years, which is “more reflective of what inflation was in the time,” McIntosh said.

The strike ballot opens on Dec. 11 and would be a “strong bargaining tool” if approved, McIntosh said. CUPE 3903 members overwhelmingly approved strike action in 2020 but contract agreements were reached, she noted.

The Ford government introduced back to work legislation to end a nearly five-month strike by CUPE 3903 members in 2018, the longest university staff walkout in Canadian history.

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