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Promoting contraception choice for every individual Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. (...)  “ Contraception is all about choice. As practitioners and advocates we must ask, ‘How do you make that choice come alive? (...) The variety in preferences in family planning vary across cultures.
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Score: 1344324 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...on-choice-for-every-individual
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If you are requesting one of these spaces, please indicate below if you intend to bring your own display: Yes: No: · Location Indicate your preferred exhibition space number(s) as shown on the floor plan ( click here to download): 1st choice: 2nd choice: 3rd choice: 3. Booking a Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot From the Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot table (see the Exhibition Information document) identify the speaking slot number and corresponding time in order of preference. Preference Speaking Slot Number/Day/Presentation Time 1st choice Speaking slot number: ______ Day: __________________ Time: ________ 2nd choice Speaking slot number: ______ Day: __________________ Time: ________ 3rd choice Speaking slot number: ______ Day: __________________ Time: ________ 4.
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Score: 1342176.8 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...S2012-ExhibitorBookingForm.doc
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If you are requesting one of these spaces, please indicate below if you intend to bring your own display: Yes: No: · Location Indicate your preferred exhibition space number(s) as shown on the floor plan ( click here to download): 1st choice: 2nd choice: 3rd choice: 3. Booking a Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot From the Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot table (see the Exhibition Information document) identify the speaking slot number and corresponding time in order of preference. Preference Speaking Slot Number/Day/Presentation Time 1st choice Speaking slot number: ______ Day: __________________ Time: ________ 2nd choice Speaking slot number: ______ Day: __________________ Time: ________ 3rd choice Speaking slot number: ______ Day: __________________ Time: ________ 4.
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Score: 1342176.8 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...C2012-ExhibitorBookingForm.doc
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WHO | Rural practice preferences among medical students in Ghana: a discrete choice experiment Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Submit Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Global Forums Rural practice preferences among medical students in Ghana: a discrete choice experiment WHO Bulletin Authors : Margaret E Kruk, Jennifer C Johnson, Mawuli Gyakobo, Peter Agyei-Baffour, Kwesi Asabir, S Rani Kotha, Janet Kwansah, Emmanuel Nakua, Rachel C Snow, Mawuli Dzodzomenyo Publication details Number of pages : 9 Publication date : 2010 Languages : English Downloads English This study was conducted in Ghana using Discrete Choice Experiment (DCE) among all the fourth year medical students to determine how various job attributes and incentive packages influence their job preferences for hypothetical rural and remote area posting.
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Score: 1328345.3 - https://www.who.int/workforcea.../inequaldistribution_ghana/en/
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Instead, health workers behave as economic actors with clear preferences and reactions to labor market forces and respond strategically and purposefully to policy changes. (...) How to Recruit and Retain Health Workers in Rural and Remote Areas in Developing Countries: Using the Discrete Choice Experiment to Inform Policy Design and Implementation Sunday, 10 November | 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. (...) The discrete choice experiment is an effective method to measure health workers’ preferences and predict job uptake in order to develop context-specific attraction and recruitment strategies.
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Score: 1275751.4 - https://www.who.int/workforcea.../2013/SE13_SE28_invitation.pdf
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Quasi- judicial 74% Political 24% Judicial 2% post-1995 Quasi- judicial 20% Political 63% Judicial 17% pre-1995 Regional characteristics • Strong preference in some geographic regions for certain DSM models • In the Americas, quasi-judicial model is preferred • In Europe, with the exception of Turkey’s RTAs with Balkan countries, quasi-judicial model predominates Regional characteristics • In Asia, quasi-judicial model is preferred (except in west Asia where political model is used) • In CIS, clear preference for the political model • In Africa, more or less even split between the quasi-judicial and judicial models RTA-DSMs – nuts and bolts analysis Issues examined • Jurisdictional scope • Forum-related provisions • Standing • Consultations • Adjudicating bodies (composition, qualifications, nationality requirements) • Interim Review RTA-DSMs – nuts and bolts analysis Issues examined • Appellate review • Duration of adjudicatory process • Implementation, compliance and remedies • Transparency • Third parties • Role of political bodies and administrative secretariats • Special and differential treatment • Costs RTA-DSMs - appraisal of the universe • Preference for quasi-judicial model • Low degree of institutionalization • Regulation of RTA-WTO interface • Replication of WTO panel procedures • The paradox of RTA-DSMs RTA-DSMs and WTO-DSM Limited departures from the DSU • Panel composition • Remedies • Transparency • Timeframes RTA-DSMs and WTO-DSM RTA-DSMs – the paradox • Low levels of DS activity under RTA-DSMs with few exceptions. • WTO Members “continue to use the WTO dispute settlement system to resolve disagreements with their PTA partners.” (WTR, 2011) Causal explanations of forum choice  Explicit deferral to the WTO for some subject areas – SPS, TBT, trade remedies; intellectual property  More familiarity with WTO-DSM rules (Porges, 2011; Van den Bossche and Lewis, 2013);  Large body of WTO case law that ensures predictability of jurisprudence (Van den Bossche and Lewis, 2013);  Relative reputational costs of non-compliance with WTO rulings and PTA rulings (Davey, 2006); Causal explanations of forum choice  Relative value of creating legal precedent at the multilateral level vs bilateral or plurilateral levels (Busch, 2007);  RTA-DSMs are inherently designed as a “second best” option – a bulwark against the remote, yet real possibility of multilateral failure (Froese, 2014) THANK YOU
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Score: 1262321.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...t14_e/presentation_dispu_e.pdf
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. · Hospitality Events From the Hospitality Events table (see the Sponsorship Information document) identify the hospitality slot number, corresponding sponsor category and name of the hospitality event in order of preference. Preference Hospitality Slot Number/Category/Event 1st choice Hospitality Slot number: _____ Sponsor category: ____________________ Hospitality event: _______________________________________________ 2nd choice Hospitality Slot number: _____ Sponsor category: ____________________ Hospitality event: _______________________________________________ 3rd choice Hospitality Slot number: _____ Sponsor category: ____________________ Hospitality event: _______________________________________________ · Delegate Bag Indicate in the box that you are requesting the delegate bag sponsorship privilege (see the Sponsorship Information document): · Promotional Material Distribution Indicate in the box that you are requesting the Promotional Material Distribution sponsorship privilege (see the Sponsorship Information document): 3.
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Score: 1261353.3 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...IAS2014-SponsorBookingForm.doc
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People might lack information what is healthy, the available accessible food does not correspond to personal preferences, or people are ‘nudged’ into food choices that are not good for them and satisfy hedonistic needs or demands induced out of interests from other food system actors, thus replacing healthier food choices or food choices that correspond better to their un-influenced preferences. (...) We are not in favor of the expression of ‘free choices’ which has a (neo)liberal connotation that hides that being well-informed and free of manipulations is the precondition of real ‘free choice’.   (...) Agency: Having the capacity to make food choices that respect the personal self-determined and well-informed preferences on what they eat and how that food is produced, processed, distributed and prepared.  
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Score: 1259251.8 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/ru/comment/4358
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People might lack information what is healthy, the available accessible food does not correspond to personal preferences, or people are ‘nudged’ into food choices that are not good for them and satisfy hedonistic needs or demands induced out of interests from other food system actors, thus replacing healthier food choices or food choices that correspond better to their un-influenced preferences. (...) We are not in favor of the expression of ‘free choices’ which has a (neo)liberal connotation that hides that being well-informed and free of manipulations is the precondition of real ‘free choice’.   (...) Agency: Having the capacity to make food choices that respect the personal self-determined and well-informed preferences on what they eat and how that food is produced, processed, distributed and prepared.  
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Score: 1259251.8 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/fr/comment/4358
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People might lack information what is healthy, the available accessible food does not correspond to personal preferences, or people are ‘nudged’ into food choices that are not good for them and satisfy hedonistic needs or demands induced out of interests from other food system actors, thus replacing healthier food choices or food choices that correspond better to their un-influenced preferences. (...) We are not in favor of the expression of ‘free choices’ which has a (neo)liberal connotation that hides that being well-informed and free of manipulations is the precondition of real ‘free choice’.   (...) Agency: Having the capacity to make food choices that respect the personal self-determined and well-informed preferences on what they eat and how that food is produced, processed, distributed and prepared.  
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Score: 1259251.8 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/comment/4358
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