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  • Twenty-one targets for health for all have been set, which specifically spell out the needs of the whole European Region and suggest the necessary actions to improve the situation. They will provide the “benchmarks” against which to measure progress in improving and protecting health, and in reducing health risks. These 21 targets together constitute an inspirational framework for developing health policies in the countries of the European Region.

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  • The first experimental activities to support innovation in relation to regional and social policy, effectively pi oneering the development of the knowledge-based economy at regional level, were launched by the Commis sion in 1993-94. Today, nearly one in three regional authorities across the EU-15 have formulated a Regional Innovation Strategy or a Regional Innovation Society Initiative, aimed at developing effective innovation sys tems and spreading Information & Communication Technologies related know-how at regional level.

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  • The remarkable political changes that have taken place within the European Region in the last five years have greatly enlarged the potential for international collaboration. The First European Conference on Environment and Health was held in Frankfurt in December 1989, when these dramatic changes were at their height. Ministers from 29 countries, and the European Commission, approved a Charter that set out the principles, strategy and priorities for achieving an effective approach to the many areas in which environmental conditions may significantly affect human health....

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  • Tham khảo sách 'human resources for science and technology the european region 1996', kỹ thuật - công nghệ, cơ khí - chế tạo máy phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về hóa học được đăng trên tạp chí sinh học đề tài : HIV-related restrictions on entry, residence and stay in the WHO European Region: a survey

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  • The age until which children are permitted to stay in prison with their mothers varies considerably across the WHO European Region. With a range from zero to six years old, the age of three years is the most common age limit for children to stay with their mother in European prisons. Norway is the only European country that totally prohibits children from staying with their mother in prison (Quaker Council for European Affairs, 2007).

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  • We are grateful to W. Philip T. James (International Obesity Task Force, London, United Kingdom) and Kaare R. Norum (University of Oslo, Norway) for reviews of and suggestions on early drafts of this book, Shubhada Watson (Evidence on Health Needs, WHO Regional Office for Europe) for helping to assess the evidence base, and to Garden Tabacchi (University of Palermo, Italy) for overall editorial assistance in completing the final manuscript.

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  • Historic sites are a finite resource which cannot bereplaced once damaged or destroyed.In contrast withsome nature conservation or landscape designations,which may embrace very extensive tracts of land,designated historic sites tend to be more limited inextent.For example,the average area of a scheduledmonument is only 2.5 hectares and the average area of a registered park and garden is 108 hectares.Listedbuildings and their curtilages generally occupy farsmaller areas.

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  • Others have suggested that an undue emphasis on the individual self reflects cultural bias and a limited world view (Christopher and Hickinbottom 2008). The wide range of benefits associated with mental health demonstrates the relevance of wellbeing to sectors beyond health, notably those concerned with the policy challenges presented by education, social cohesion, demographic change, sustainable economic development and environmental protection across the WHO European Region.

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  • Countries in the WHO European Region face enormous challenges in working to promote the mental well-being of their populations, to prevent mental health problems in marginalized and vulnerable groups and to treat, care for and support the recovery of people with mental health problems. Mental health has growing priority across the Region, owing to the awareness of both the human and economic costs to society and the suffering of individuals.

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  • The increasing interest attached to all that part of the American Continent situated within and near the tropics, has suggested the publication of the present edition of Humboldt's celebrated work, as a portion of the SCIENTIFIC LIBRARY. Prior to the travels of Humboldt and Bonpland, the countries described in the following narrative were but imperfectly known to Europeans. For our partial acquaintance with them we were chiefly indebted to the early navigators, and to some of the followers of the Spanish Conquistadores.

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  • By ensuring through vehicle Type Approval schemes, support and information provided to manufacturers, that new vehicles, systems and components are designed and manufactured to the appropriate national, European and international road safety standards. By working with DfT and BIS policy colleagues, so that VCA’s operational experience helps their formulation of future standards and schemes plus developing VCA capabilities and expertise and exploring the potential safety benefits of emerging automotive technologies.

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  • The European Championship stadium helps the Weidmoos An important step came in 2000, when nature protection compensation measures were undertaken as a result of the construction of a new stadium in Salzburg/ Klessheim. This involved the purchase of about 80 of the 136 hectare bird reserve for nature protection purposes. In this way, the future use of the site was bound by property law. In 2002, Salzburg’s Nature Protection Department contracted REVITAL, a civil engineering consultancy firm, to develop a Natura 2000 management plan.

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  • Apart from country and industry-specific differences, the determinants of our estima- tion results 3 do not show any difference between the two innovation decisions (see Table 4). In short, the determinants of product and process innovations appear to be quite similar. This outcome might be explained by the fact that there is a wide overlap between these two types of innovations, which becomes obvious when taking a closer look at the European Commis- sion’s definition of product-integrated environmental innovations.

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  • Jeremy de Souza was educated at Charterhouse and New College, Oxford. Articled to Mr John Emrys Lloyd of Farrer & Co, he subsequently became an assistant solicitor and associate at that firm. Between 1976 and 1996, after which he became a consultant (enabling him to devote more time to writing), he was the firm’s tax partner. During his 32 years with the firm, he contributed to the newsletters for the Agricultural Estates Group, the Employment and Pensions Group, the Charities Group and the Briefing Service for in-house lawyers. ...

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  • Intelligence functions—before, during, and after an event—are critical for event security. In addition to drawing on local and state intelligence resources, many law enforcement agencies receive support from the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Forces (JTTF) and Field Intelligence Groups (FIG). he Secret Service may also assist with intelligence on dangerous subjects who have threatened public oicials. With respect to intelligence functions during events, the guidelines report briely discusses practices related to intelligence gathering, communication, and management (e.g.

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  • PSI President and CEO Karl Hofmann recalls: “In just over 10 years, the YouthAIDS platform grew into a brand that drove attention and resources for HIV prevention and education. PSI, at that time, was a highly successful implementing organization but traveled below the radar with little brand awareness except among a small set of development insiders. By creatively marketing the HIV implementation arm of our organization in a more attractive and media friendly way, Roberts was able to give YouthAIDS real substance and to raise diversified funds.

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  • Social media is not the only emerging channel P&G is using to connect directly with consumers. In November 2011 the company announced a partnership with a start-up called Mobeam to distribute digital coupons via mobile phones. The companies plan to begin testing the solution—which requires enhancements to existing handsets—in 2012. Diageo is another CG manufacturer that has also turned to social media—Facebook specifi cally—to enhance its consumer marketing efforts and drive retail beverage sales.

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  • The gap between marketing and sales teams has been around since the two functions were created and is usually just accepted as an irreparable inconvenience in many busi- nesses. Sales thinks only they are worried about the quarter; Marketing thinks they are the only ones who think strategically. Sales wonder why they have to generate all their own leads; Marketing complains that sales ignores or criticizes everything they generate. Sales thinks marketing is lightweight and easy; Marketing thinks salespeople will say anything to get a deal. It is time for this fighting to stop.

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  • he race to become the Greenest City in the world is both a friendly and ierce competition. It’s friendly because when one city succeeds, we all beneit from the shared knowledge and improved health of our planet, as well as the new opportunities that emerge in the green economy. he race is a ierce one because the stakes are so high. In fact, the kind of change needed for all of us to thrive in healthy and prosperous communities requires a world full of Greenest Cities. here are four key ingredients required for us to succeed: vision, leadership, action, and...

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