Redress

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  • South Africa’s democratic experiment is confronted with a central political dilemma: how to advance redress and address historical injustices while building a single national identity. This issue lies at the heart of many heated debates over issues such as economic policy, affirmative action, and skills shortages. Government has opted for racially defined redress while many of its critics recommend class as a more appropriate organising principle. The contributors to this volume challenge both perspectives. Both scholars and activists, and from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds, the...

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  • A detailed empirical study of how small business owners finance their enterprises, this volume compares the experiences of women with those of men. The author redresses an over-reliance on subjective and anecdotal evidence of discrimination in this area with a controlled study of forty matched pairs of male/female owners, and their strategies for raising finances. The book finds considerable similarities between female and male entrepreneurs in the type and amount of finance used in the business.

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  • Rõ ràng, khả năng miễn dịch cho một nhóm người nhất định không phải là trung lập, nhưng thay vì đơn phương đặt gánh nặng khi các bên tìm kiếm tư pháp redress.5 Trong số những học thuyết khác có thể bao gồm lý thuyết của 'không công nhận'.

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  • Having been longtime observers of the mental health profession, we have come to know the value and benefits that its professionals offer to consumers of their services. Unfortunately, many of the consumers whom professionals take into therapy try to do them harm in return. With a proliferation of licensing boards and other regulatory authorities, consumers have easier and more numerous options to seek redress for perceived malevolent and negligent acts.

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  • The impacts of climate change ranging from sea level rise, melting ice caps and glaciers, severe weather events, drought, flooding, warming, subtle changes in ecosystems – will impinge on every aspect of society and economic life. The costs of inaction will more than outweigh the costs of action. There is only a narrow window of opportunity to redress the situation.

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  • Actively involving marginalised groups in decision making processes at all levels, and providing them with the opportunity to hold service providers and policy makers accountable for discriminatory practices, corruption or poor quality services, helps to redress inequalities in access to SRH services and ensure that they are acceptable and appropriate. In practice, representation in the planning processes for SRH services has been limited.

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  • “…The Audit Commission has lost its way. Rather than being a watchdog that champions taxpayers' interests, it has become the creature of the Whitehall state. We need to redress this balance.” Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government 13 August 2010 On 13 August, the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government announced our plans to disband the Audit Commission and re-focus audit on helping local people hold their councils and other local public bodies to account for local spending decisions. We want to drive power downwards to people.

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  • The goal of [N1] (and the companion volumes [N2] and [N3]) was to redress all the ills of the “traditional” curriculum, some of which were dis- cussed at the beginning of §2. In order to overturn all this in one fell swoop, NCTM came up with a new curriculum, a new pedagogy and new assessment techniques ([N1]–[N3]). Here we shall concentrate mainly on the NCTM Standards [N1]. By and large, it is probably not controversial to assert that the cur- riculum of [N1], if carefully executed, would remove the mindless drills, the dry memorization and much of learning-by-rote.

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  • Having been longtime observers of the mental health profession, we have come to know the value and benefits that its professionals offer to consumers of their services. Unfortunately, many of the consumers whom professionals take into therapy try to do them harm in return. With a proliferation of licensing boards and other regulatory authorities, consumers have easier and more numerous options to seek redress for perceived malevolent and negligent acts.

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  • Sophisticated customers Customers sold interest rate hedging products who fall outside the definition of non-sophisticated customers are not within the scope of this review. They may complain and their complaint will be dealt with in accordance with the banks’ usual complaint handling procedures. Claims management companies There are claims management companies who may offer to submit a customer’s complaint to the bank or the FOS.

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  • It is always a bold undertaking in a private individual to become the advocate of a suffering people. It is peculiarly difficult at the present moment to be the advocate of the people of Ireland, because there are among them men who have taken the power of redress into their own hands, and committed acts of outrage and rebellion which no sufferings could justify, and which can only tend to aggravate ten-fold the other calamities of their country. Deeply impressed, however, as I am with a conviction that these difficulties stand in my way, I shall yet venture to...

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  • It is now over 40 years since Parliament agreed, with apprehension in some quarters, to the Wilson Government’s modernising proposal to establish a Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration, as the Ombudsman was rather off-puttingly called. The apprehension centred on a belief that this new office was a dangerous constitutional departure, which threatened to subvert the traditional role of Parliament and its Members in the redress of grievances.

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  • There is no doubt that our far-away grandfathers, whether of English, French, Dutch, Scotch or Irish blood, were much more afraid of ridicule than they were even of sinning, and far more than we are of extreme derision or mockery to-day. This fear and sensitiveness they showed in many ways. They were vastly touchy and resentful about being called opprobrious or bantering names; often running petulantly to the court about it and seeking redress by prosecution of the offender. And they were forever bringing suits in petty slander and libel cases.

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  • The exercise will be scrutinised by an independent reviewer and be overseen by the FSA. Not all customers will be owed redress, but for those that are, the appropriate redress for each customer will be determined on the basis of what is fair and reasonable, and could include a mixture of cancelling or replacing existing products with alternative products, and partial or full refunds of the costs of those products.

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  • The appropriate government may also constitute a State Commission for the Protection of Child Rights (SCPCR), to carry out these functions. It is important to note that several challenges related to infrastructure, capacities, mass information and awareness, teacher availability, training functional redressal mechanisms, and effective monitoring system will need to be addressed in a concerted manner to render these commitments effectively and ensure the realisation of the right of children in the age-group 6-14 years to free and compulsory education.

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  • The work undertaken by the Mental Health Commission since its creation in the spring of 2007 by the Government of Canada, has helped accelerate efforts across the country to redress this situation. The publication of Toward Recovery and Well-Being marks an important step forward not only for the Mental Health Commission but for people everywhere in Canada. We are enormously encouraged by the degree of support for the work of the Commission to date and by the growing momentum for change.

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