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Cognitive ability, typically measured by IQ and academic achievement, is traditionally considered a strong determinant of wages, schooling, participation in crime, and success in many aspects of social and economic life. (...) More research is needed to determine how late is too late for these remediation efforts, and whether they might be cost-effective even if their impacts are small and fade quickly. (...) Additional research is needed to determine what other interventions—such as providing role models and incentivizing formal- sector firms to do business with the informal sector—can improve the economic and business prospects of youth.
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Score: 1043160.6 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_237068.pdf
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As a UN Volunteer, Anja supports the UNHCR’s Refugee Status Determination Unit in Jordan, where she interviews asylum seekers to determine whether they meet the legal criteria to be recognized as refugees according to the 1951 Refugee Convention. Prior to joining UNV, Anja spent more than half a decade processing asylum cases under the Swedish Governmental Refugee Status Determination (RSD), which she found to be a rewarding experience. (...) Striking this balance to key to building healthy, ongoing, beneficial relationships that will yield fruit in the years to come.
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Score: 1041671.2 - https://www.unv.org/Success-st...e-listening-and-building-trust
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As a UN Volunteer, Anja supports the UNHCR’s Refugee Status Determination Unit in Jordan, where she interviews asylum seekers to determine whether they meet the legal criteria to be recognized as refugees according to the 1951 Refugee Convention. Prior to joining UNV, Anja spent more than half a decade processing asylum cases under the Swedish Governmental Refugee Status Determination (RSD), which she found to be a rewarding experience. (...) Striking this balance to key to building healthy, ongoing, beneficial relationships that will yield fruit in the years to come.
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Score: 1041671.2 - https://www.unv.org/node/6435
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As a UN Volunteer, Anja supports the UNHCR’s Refugee Status Determination Unit in Jordan, where she interviews asylum seekers to determine whether they meet the legal criteria to be recognized as refugees according to the 1951 Refugee Convention. Prior to joining UNV, Anja spent more than half a decade processing asylum cases under the Swedish Governmental Refugee Status Determination (RSD), which she found to be a rewarding experience. (...) Striking this balance to key to building healthy, ongoing, beneficial relationships that will yield fruit in the years to come.
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Score: 1041671.2 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/...e-listening-and-building-trust
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As a UN Volunteer, Anja supports the UNHCR’s Refugee Status Determination Unit in Jordan, where she interviews asylum seekers to determine whether they meet the legal criteria to be recognized as refugees according to the 1951 Refugee Convention. Prior to joining UNV, Anja spent more than half a decade processing asylum cases under the Swedish Governmental Refugee Status Determination (RSD), which she found to be a rewarding experience. (...) Striking this balance to key to building healthy, ongoing, beneficial relationships that will yield fruit in the years to come.
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Score: 1041671.2 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/node/6435
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The ICAO MID already has a strong regional ATFM Task Force with an appropriate structure and state/ANSP participation that could serve this function. 3.3 The decision on what operational information could be shared will be determined by the participants in the ICAO MID ATFM TF. 3.4 A CADENCE offered OIS platform is capable of sharing a wide variety of operational information and described in CADENA OIS Manual. (...) ACTION BY THE MEETING 5.1 The meeting is invited to: • review the contents of this working paper; • discuss the material and provide any feedback; • evaluate if the regional OIS is beneficial for CDMATFM implementation in the ICAO MID region to support regional ATFM; • evaluate if the CADENCE support is beneficial to implement the regional OIS; and • if the CADENCE support is desirable, contact the CADENCE TF for further discussion. - END - https://www.cadenaois.org/ 1. (...) The ICAO MID already has a strong regional ATFM Task Force with an appropriate structure and state/ANSP participation that could serve this function. 3.3 The decision on what operational information could be shared will be determined by the participants in the ICAO MID ATFM TF. 3.4 A CADENCE offered OIS platform is capable of sharing a wide variety of operational information and described in CADENA OIS Manual.
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Score: 1039728.6 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2021/ATFM%20TF5/WP4.pdf
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(Sammy Gathogo, UNV, 2013) 21 September 2015 Being even more determined as UN Volunteer "I started doing voluntary work when I was in primary school so the spirit of volunteerism has always been with me" says Robert Kiiza, a UN Volunteer from Uganda, based in Yambio South Sudan. (...) We worked under tense conditions, but we encouraged each other as volunteers and we were determined to make a difference in the lives of the people of South Sudan. (...) But all this made me even more determined as a UN Volunteer." Robert was redeployed to Yambio in June 2014 to continue his volunteer assignment.
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Score: 1038849.4 - https://www.unv.org/node/1490/pdf
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This is the case, for instance, for the determination of the residence of a person, the determination of what is immovable property and of when income from corporate rights might be treated as a dividend. More generally, paragraph 2 of Article 3 makes domestic rules relevant for the purposes of determining the meaning of terms that are not defined in the treaty. (...) In the process of determining how domestic tax law applies to tax avoidance transactions, the courts of many countries have developed different judicial doctrines that have the effect of preventing domestic law abuses.
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Score: 1037919.3 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...014/10/4STM_EC18_2008_CRP2.pdf
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Packing sale and bundling sale only are accessorial approaches; Business models determine technique orientation of future network; Techniques support business models. (...) It is very necessary for NGI to firstly determine services architecture; Only good matching of services and networks may form a ‘Killer Application’. (...) Mainstream business models of telecommunication industry is ‘quality based pricing’ and ‘better quality, more price’. It will determine technique route of future network development. 2004-9-19 信息产业部电信研究院 32 Thanks!
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Score: 1034925.9 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...04/China/10-S3-China-Jiang.pdf
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Guyana and Suriname make good progress on MSC-certified Atlantic Seabob trawl fisheries | FAO FAO.org english Español Sustainable Management of Bycatch in Latin America and Caribbean Trawl Fisheries (REBYC-II LAC) Background Objectives Project countries News Resources Events Forum Partners Guyana and Suriname make good progress on MSC-certified Atlantic Seabob trawl fisheries Guyana and Suriname make good progress on fulfilling requirements for the MSC-certified Atlantic Seabob trawl fisheries The Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism (CRFM) Continental Shelf Fisheries Working Group (CSWG) convened a meeting during 20-22 August in Georgetown, Guyana, to review the status and management of Atlantic Seabob Fisheries of Guyana and Suriname. (...) The CSWG meeting carefully considered available data, information and knowledge on seabob biology, and on the historical development of fishing operations in order to agree on the most plausible stock assessment model for determining seabob stock status. The CSWG technical experts also gave attention to different fishing effort measures that could be applied in a Harvest Control Rule for each country’s fishery. (...) The meeting would encourage further co-operation in all scientific, management and enforcement issues of mutual interest. ” The CSWG Meeting was chaired by CRFM’s Deputy Executive Director, Susan Singh-Renton, who reflected on the meeting’s achievements, saying “ It is pleasing for the CRFM to make its contribution towards the partnership effort between Guyana and Suriname aimed at sustainable seabob trawl fisheries management and MSC certification.
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Score: 1031391.3 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...yc-2/news/detail/en/c/1208014/
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