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The RR/RC’s reason for non-renewal was that “[t]he main goals assigned to the position include support to economic development in the Northern Emirates” but “[t]hese goals were not met, and additionally, the Government has expressed it has no funding availability for projects in the Northern Emirates for the medium-term”. (...) When this was subsequently shown to be incorrect because the post was not specifically funded for that purpose, and the Respondent’s main role was not giving support to that project, the reason for his selection for non-renewal from among all the staff changed. 42. The Respondent’s supposed main roles in the economic development project in the Northern Emirates and the discontinuance of the project were not the reason provided by the MEU for the non-renewal of his appointment, thus suggesting that the initial reason was in fact an irrelevant consideration to which undue weight was given in making the selection of the Respondent rather than another staff member.
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Score: 585034.23 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...t/judgments/2021-UNAT-1097.pdf
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Score: 583986.23 - https://unece.org/reasons-extinction
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Set of Indicators | UNICEF Europe and Central Asia Skip to main content Europe and Central Asia Toggle navigation English русский Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Europe and Central Asia EXPLORE UNICEF About us Our mandate Regional Director The situation for children Where we work Our Voices: Young people from the Region Ambassadors and supporters Partners Press centre Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) In order to calculate the total number of children who entered these residential care settings during the year, by reason(s) for placement, the facilities will need to maintain records on all admissions of all children during the year including the reason(s) for their placement into the residential care setting. (...) Learn more about Children in Alternative Care > Reference: [1] “Other reasons” should be specified by the countries. [2] Adapted from the list of reason(s) for placement of child welfare services in Germany, see: http://www.forschungsverbund.tu-dortmund.de/fileadmin/Files/Hilfen_zur_Erziehung/290316_Junge_Kinder.pdf.
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Score: 582238.87 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/set-of-indicators-5
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Persons reading the job advertisement section of newspaper – Not unemployed, they must apply to a job and be available ILO Department of Statistics 11 Operational definition Components Discouraged job seekers Potential labour force ILO Department of Statistics 12 7 Potential labour force • Sub-group of persons outside the labour force • With expressed interest in employment • Relevant in contexts with – Limited labour market, job opportunities – Limited channels to seek employment • Relevant for groups – With other responsibilities (women, students) – Environment limits their capacity to seek / be available for work ILO Department of Statistics 13 Persons outside the labour force 3 alternative classifications • By labour market attachment – Do they express interest in employment? • By main reason for not being in the labour market – Why are they not engaged in the labour market? (...) Does not want employment ILO Department of Statistics 17 •Comprises two sub-groups of persons outside the labour force •Unavailable job seekers •Available, but not seeking employment Unavailable job seekers Available non-job seekers Potential labour force ILO Department of Statistics 18 10 Discouraged job seekers • Sub-group of potential labour force • Identified by cross-classification of population outside labour force by – Labour market attachment – Reasons for not being in labour market Definition • Working age persons, not in employment, who were – Not seeking employment due to labour market reasons – But available and wanting employment ILO Department of Statistics 19 Classification by Main reason for not being in labour market • Personal reasons – Own illness, disability – Studies, training • Family related reasons – Pregnancy, family or household responsibilities – Refusal by family • Labour market reasons – Past failure in finding a job, gave up looking for jobs – Lack of experience, qualifications or jobs matching skills – Lack of jobs in the area – Considered too young or too old by prospective employers • Lack of infrastructure – No roads, transport, employment services in the area • Other sources of income – Pensions, rents ILO Department of Statistics 20 Serves to identify discouraged job seekers 11 Example: Discouraged (% of Persons outside the labour force) ILO Department of Statistics 21 Quiz: Difference between LU3 & previous “relaxed unemployment” ILO Department of Statistics 22 • Separate reporting of labour underutilization components enables greater understanding of differences in labour market conditions across regions (urban / rural) and groups (women / men) to inform policy • Combined indicators (e.g. (...) Reason of absence N Y Reason / Situation Job search method N Available Y N Char.
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Score: 578366.9 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_413780.pdf
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Set of Indicators | UNICEF Europe and Central Asia Skip to main content Europe and Central Asia Toggle navigation English русский Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Europe and Central Asia EXPLORE UNICEF About us Our mandate Regional Director The situation for children Where we work Our Voices: Young people from the Region Ambassadors and supporters Partners Press centre Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) In order to calculate the total number of children who entered these family-based care arrangements during the year, by reason(s) for placement,  the competent authorities will need to maintain records on all entries of children into formal family-based care arrangements during the year including the reason(s) for their placement. The reason(s) for placement are usually stated and recorded in administrative or court orders and registered by the competent authorities issuing these orders.
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Score: 578115 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/set-of-indicators-15
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The Trial Chamber also found that the evidence did not establish beyond reasonable doubt that Rasim Delić was already the Commander of the ABiH Main Staff when the killings in Bikoši occurred. (...) Knowledge/Reason to Know of the Livade/Kamenica Camp Crimes and Rasim Delić’s Failure to Prevent or Punish As regards the crimes committed in Livade and the Kamenica Camp in July and August 1995, the evidence shows that information concerning the capture of the VRS soldiers by the EMD in July 1995 was reported to the Main Staff Security Administration. (...) Nor is there any other piece of evidence which would suggest that Rasim Delić attempted to find out more about the fate of the detainees in the custody of the EMD. Knowledge/Reason to Know of the Kesten/Kamenica Camp Crimes and Rasim Delić’s Failure to Prevent or Punish As regards the crimes committed in Kesten and the Kamenica Camp in September 1995 by EMD members, the evidence shows that the Main Staff Security Administration received a report from the Security Service of the 3rd Corps on 16 September 1995.
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Score: 575529.7 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/d...en/080915_Delic_summary_en.pdf
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What is the rate and intensity of nurse migration? 3.3. What are the reasons for nurse migration out of Lebanon? What are the reasons for nurse migration out of Lebanon? (...) Statistical analysis for the Reasons for Leaving Statistical analysis for the Reasons for Leaving survey was done using SPSS 15.0. survey was done using SPSS 15.0. Thematic analysis of the four openThematic analysis of the four open--ended questions ended questions in the reasons for leaving survey was conducted using in the reasons for leaving survey was conducted using Atlas.tiAtlas.ti Lebanese Order of NursesLebanese Order of Nurses A total of 6,026 nurses are registered in the A total of 6,026 nurses are registered in the OrderOrder An estimated 3,000 have yet to registerAn estimated 3,000 have yet to register 10% of nurses are currently unemployed and 10% of nurses are currently unemployed and 61.6% of them are under the age of 30 61.6% of them are under the age of 30 Nursing SchoolsNursing Schools 2,024 received a BSN between 2000 and 20062,024 received a BSN between 2000 and 2006 Out of every 5 nurses that graduate, at least 1 nurse is Out of every 5 nurses that graduate, at least 1 nurse is leaving to work abroad within 2 years of graduationleaving to work abroad within 2 years of graduation We can infer from the trends in the data from the schools We can infer from the trends in the data from the schools that somethat some nurses might be working in Lebanese hospitals nurses might be working in Lebanese hospitals simply to gain experience to make them eligible for a simply to gain experience to make them eligible for a positionposition abroadabroad Recruiting AgenciesRecruiting Agencies Desk review of applications from 2000 to 2006Desk review of applications from 2000 to 2006 Most common reasons for leaving were:Most common reasons for leaving were: Financial reasons (57.3%) Financial reasons (57.3%) Professional development (42.0%)Professional development (42.0%) Migrant NursesMigrant Nurses’’ Profile Profile Gulf, 64.2% Europe, 3.8% North America, 32.1% Sample = 106 Nurses 61.3% females 53.8% aged between 30 and 45 years 62.3% married 65.1% held a BSN Reasons for Leaving SurveyReasons for Leaving Survey Quantitative Survey ComponentQuantitative Survey Component 0.950.952.962.96Team SupportTeam Support 0.940.942.862.86Employer CareEmployer Care 0.920.922.962.96Professional EffectivenessProfessional Effectiveness 0.890.893.093.09Salary/ PrestigeSalary/ Prestige 0.810.812.272.27Structural AspectsStructural Aspects 0.870.872.432.43Work AspectsWork Aspects Alpha Alpha CronbachCronbachMeanMean Reasons for Leaving SurveyReasons for Leaving Survey Quantitative Survey ComponentQuantitative Survey Component 3.05 3.05 Being valued by other health professionals Being valued by other health professionals 3.11 3.11 Autonomy in decisionAutonomy in decision--making making 3.11 3.11 High patient/nurse ratios High patient/nurse ratios 3.13 3.13 A permanent position A permanent position 3.16 3.16 Recognition of excellent program Recognition of excellent program 3.16 3.16 Safe working environment Safe working environment 3.19 3.19 Employer educational support Employer educational support 3.19 3.19 Working in a supportive environment Working in a supportive environment 3.21 3.21 Commitment to excellent nursing care Commitment to excellent nursing care 3.36 3.36 Being treated as a valued health professional Being treated as a valued health professional 3.43 3.43 Equality with other professional careers Equality with other professional careers 3.72 3.72 Salary levelsSalary levels 3.79 3.79 Career development/promotionCareer development/promotion MeanMean Reasons for Leaving SurveyReasons for Leaving Survey Qualitative Survey ComponentQualitative Survey Component Main trigger for leaving:Main trigger for leaving: Financial reasons Financial reasons -- nurses working in the Gulfnurses working in the Gulf Educational reasons Educational reasons -- nurses in North America and Europenurses in North America and Europe Lack of managerial support Lack of managerial support ““My commitment and hard work My commitment and hard work was not recognized by my senior nursing managementwas not recognized by my senior nursing management”” Lack of supportive work environment Lack of supportive work environment ““Mistakes should be Mistakes should be considered a system failure as opposed to individual errors.considered a system failure as opposed to individual errors.””
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Score: 574834.86 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...sentations/Fadi_El_Jardali.pdf
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Child Rights Monitoring | UNICEF Azerbaijan Skip to main content Azerbaijan Toggle navigation English Azərbaycanca Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Azerbaijan Explore UNICEF About us Representative Mission statement Contact us Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) In addition, certain groups of children are more vulnerable than others for reasons of gender, disability, poverty or geographical location. (...) In addition, certain groups of children are more vulnerable than others for reasons of gender, disability, poverty or geographical location.
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Score: 572918.7 - https://www.unicef.org/azerbaijan/child-rights-monitoring-0
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By contrast, lack of access is a main factor for non-adoption for many more Brazilians than Americans. and should be grounded in a comprehensive diagnosis of the reasons for non-adoption of broadband and ICTs. Understanding the reasons for lack of adoption of broadband services will be essential for designing ade-quate policies to promote the development of broad-band and ICT services over the next decade. (...) In Kenya and Ghana, more than 50 per cent of non-adopters cite not knowing how to use the Internet as the main reason for non-adoption. The percentage of adults who do not know what the Internet is comprises 35 per cent of Ghanaians and 41 per cent of Kenyans. • Relevance: Instead of, or in addition to, the above three factors, non-adopters may not be interested in the content delivered using broadband and consider the Internet to be a waste of time.
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Score: 572357.6 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...10/web/WebSearch/page0011.html
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cis_delic_en NOT AN OFFICIAL DOCUMENT C A S E I N F O R M A T I O N S H E E T Document prepared by the Communications Service of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia 1 (IT-04-83) RASIM DELIĆ RASIM DELIĆ Convicted of cruel treatment From 8 June 1993, Commander of the Main Staff of the Army of Bosnia-Herzegovina (ABiH) - Sentenced to three years’ imprisonment Crimes convicted of: Cruel treatment (violations of the laws or customs of war) • Delić failed to take necessary and reasonable measures to prevent or punish the crimes committed by his subordinates in Livade and the Kamenica Camp located near Zavidovići in central Bosnia and Herzegovina in July and August 1995. (...) CASE INFORMATION SHEET (IT-04-83) RASIM DELIĆ Document prepared by the Communications Service of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia 5 The Trial Chamber also found that the evidence did not establish beyond reasonable doubt that Delić was already the Commander of the ABiH Main Staff when the killings in Bikoši occurred. (...) Turning to the issue of whether Delić had knowledge or had reason to know that the crimes of murder and cruel treatment were about to be or had been committed by members of the EMD between July and September 1995, the evidence showed that information concerning the capture of the VRS soldiers by the EMD in July 1995 was reported to the Main Staff Security Administration.
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Score: 569805.66 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/delic/cis/en/cis_delic_en.pdf
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