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On the other hand specifiers and ordinary people may prefer other material. To know the criteria of their choice is critical in order to remedy the situation. (...) Wishes of a producer or a specifier may differ from the end users, based on different preferences and/or perceived practicality or economy. (...) The decision maker can simply not be convinced that wood is the best choice. Powerful R&D, lobby and promotional efforts by other materials have an influence too.
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Score: 1133800.3 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA.../timber/docs/sem-1/EN/r5en.doc
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Self-care interventions enable options and choice in the context of safe, supportive health systems. (...) Promoting contraception choice for every individual The importance of self-care, empowerment and choice in SRH comes out loud and clear in a new special supplement on WHO Values and Preferences in the journal, Contraception . (...) While there is great variation depending on geography and demographic, researchers also identified universal preferences for choice, safety and affordability. Advocating for comprehensive sexuality education Knowledge is power.
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Score: 1133002.9 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...ssage-from-the-acting-director
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As the third-ranked candidate, Abbasi was not given her first or second choice and she declined the opportunity to be recommended for Quetta. (...) There were three positions to be filled, and Abbasi was properly considered for the post in Quetta, the location listed as her third preference in her application. Ranked third, she was entitled to her third choice of location, because the previous two positions of her choice were also preferred by the higher-ranked candidates and so, reserved for them. 32. (...) Ranked third, she was entitled to her third choice of location. Abbasi was offered the opportunity to be recommended for the post in Quetta, but she declined this opportunity. 33.
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Score: 1129089 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...at/judgments/2011-unat-112.pdf
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For the remaining 5,622 positions (37.2%), no gender preference was declared, according to the survey. The “no preference” among men and women option was the dominant choice, with a share of 60% or above, for positions in the education sector, in healthcare and social services, in real estate, in information and communications, in culture, arts and entertainment, and in managerial and support services. (...) However, a large proportion of employers have no specific gender preference (40.3%). This situation indicates that while it is very difficult to alter preferences in those occupations and sectors which are segregated on the basis of gender, the sectors and occupations in which most employers do not state a preference for either women or men are valid candidates for an improvement in female employment. (...) İŞKUR should likewise direct female job candidates not only to positions for which women are preferred but also to “no preference” positions, according to the study.
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Score: 1125930.7 - https://www.ilo.org/ankara/new...WCMS_495576/lang--en/index.htm
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For the remaining 5,622 positions (37.2%), no gender preference was declared, according to the survey. The “no preference” among men and women option was the dominant choice, with a share of 60% or above, for positions in the education sector, in healthcare and social services, in real estate, in information and communications, in culture, arts and entertainment, and in managerial and support services. (...) However, a large proportion of employers have no specific gender preference (40.3%). This situation indicates that while it is very difficult to alter preferences in those occupations and sectors which are segregated on the basis of gender, the sectors and occupations in which most employers do not state a preference for either women or men are valid candidates for an improvement in female employment. (...) İŞKUR should likewise direct female job candidates not only to positions for which women are preferred but also to “no preference” positions, according to the study.
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Score: 1125930.7 - www.ilo.org/ankara/news...WCMS_495576/lang--en/index.htm
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Please indicate below your booth number preferences and you will receive a confirmation of the booth number assigned to you via email from your event project manager. (...) Event Lanyards (provided by the client) Selection Cost USD · Your company logo and web link on the event website. · Your company mentioned in the event programme (or directory). · Four (4) complimentary event passes. |_| $5,000 Vendor Package Selection Booth number (1 – 13) Cost USD · Opportunity to present your company’s Air Cargo related solutions to the delegates in a dedicated speaking slot comprising of a 20 minutes presentation and a question period within the Event programme. · A draped display table and two (2) chairs to promote your company’s products and services where you can meet directly with the delegates. · Your company logo and web link on the event website. · Your company mentioned in the event programme (or directory). · Four (4) complimentary event passes. |_|       $7,500 Gold Sponsor Selection Cost USD · Presentation in the main meeting room, at the end of a day during the event (preferably same day as the panel) and subject to the approval of the bureau; · One page promotional flyer to be handed out at registration or a sponsor’s giveaway (either one has to be approved by the bureau); · VIP table at conference Gala event + speech · Full-page ad in ICAO Journal; · Advertorial or banner ad on www.unitingavaition.com ; · Promotional video in the Exhibition Hall · Master of Ceremonies – sponsor recognition · Acknowledgement during Gala dinner · Exhibition space during the event including table and two chairs; · Social media promotion through social media channels · Sponsors’ logo on the screen during the panel; · Sponsor’s logo on the event web site with hyper link; · Banner ad in the event app or full page ad in the event programme; |_| $25,000 Diamond Sponsor Selection Cost USD · Sponsor’s name, logo and hyper-link on event web site; · Sponsor’s name, logo and hyper-link on email sent to; · Sponsor’s promotional gift handed out to all participants; · Sponsor’s brochure handed out to all participants; · USB drive supplied by sponsor handed out to all participants (this could be in lieu of the brochure or in addition to); · Sponsor’s logo on Delegate bag (to be verified with host); · Sponsor’s logo on Stage banner; · Standalone pull-up banner with sponsor’s logo; · Sponsor’s logo at registration; · Sponsor’s logo on registration badge (to check with host if possible); · Booth spaces for sponsor, where we would ensure brochures and other, are on their table; · Double page ad in ICAO Journal (edition of their choice); · www.unitingaviation.com site take over for a period of two weeks, of their choice (subject to availability); · Advertorial and video on www.unitingaviation.com ; · 15-minute presentation in the plenary session (presentation to be approved by the bureau); · Special thanks by the MC of the event; · Sponsor’s logo on screen in main plenary and on other screens in the venue; · Full page ad in another periodical of their choice. |_| $60,000 Total Cost       3. (...) If payment is not received within fourteen (14) days, ICAO may not guarantee the customer’s first choice for the booth number or the sponsorship slot. 4.
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Score: 1125090.4 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...hengzhou%2C%20China_final.docx
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Three research papers in this is- sue present the findings of “discrete choice experiments” used to elicit preferences of either students or health workers for rural work.12–14 Contingency valuation methods such as these are increasingly used by researchers in this field as they have the potential to be a powerful tool for policy-makers in guiding the choice of most appropriate interventions. (...) Policy interventions that attract nurses to rural areas: a multicountry discrete choice experiment. Bull World Health Organ 2010;88:350–356. 13. Kruk ME, Johnson JC, Gyakobo M, Agyei-Baffour P, Asabir K, Kotha SR et al. Rural practice preferences among medical students in Ghana: a discrete choice experiment.
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Score: 1125090.4 - https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/88/5/10-078485.pdf
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Score: 1125090.4 - https://www.unglobalcompact.or.../privacy-policy/cookies_notice
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So the subparagraph (e) will read as follow: (e) special circumstances of small island developing states; In paragraph (2), PSIDS prefer Option I with preference of merging Option B and Option C. (...) Reactions Madam Facilitator, just wish to make some reaction remarks given some of the positions which have shared by other delegates in the earlier session, with your indulgence, we wish share some comments in relation to IPR as in under Section 6.2, sub-section on Modalities, in Paragraph 8 and the why Option C is the preferable choice for PSIDS. This will be shared on PaperSmart for the reference of all delegates. (...) That process, like the one we are contemplating here was driven by the need to achieve ‘equal opportunities including the freedom to seek, receive and impart information and ideas of all kinds on an equal basis with others, including through all forms of communication of their choice, their enjoyment of the right to education, and the opportunity to conduct research and to share scientific progress and its benefits’ (From the preamble to Marrakesh).
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Score: 1125045.4 - https://www.un.org/bbnj/sites/...iles/tuvalu2-psids-3-april.pdf
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Paragraph 15(a) (page 4) We suggest the insertion of the term ‘choice’ in the first sentence in paragraph 15(a), so that the sentence would read: ‘... are enabled to exercise choice and control over their lives and make all decisions that concern their lives’ This is because ‘control’ is not enough, ‘choice’ is also needed. Further, ‘choice’ is to be understood as ‘choices equal to others’. In the UK, ‘choice and control’ are seen as definitional elements of independent living.
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Score: 1124710.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...CHSCL_-_June_2017_-_Final.docx
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