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Her remedial learning teachers at Groupe Scolaire Gacundezi decided to dig deep into the reasons for the 5 th grader’s frequent absenteeism, tardiness, and poor performance in class. (...) With generous funds from the Hempel Foundation, UNICEF has been partnering with Imbuto Foundation, to model remedial learning at the school level through remedial learning clubs. (...) By the end of 2021, 13,906 children (74 per cent girls) participated in the remedial education programme. A total of 460 teachers (50 per cent female) were trained in remedial learning and gender responsive pedagogy to better support the remedial learning classes, they also received tablets uploaded with the curriculum on remedial learning and learning games. 
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Score: 783420 - https://www.unicef.org/rwanda/...hood-through-remedial-learning
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The Role of ERG and the Work Programme 2005 Heinrich Otruba ERG Secretary Contents • ERG: Role, Organization and Achievements • Generation of the WP 2005 • Major items – VoIP – Review of the ERG Common Position on Remedies – Wholesale International Roaming – EC Recommendation on Relevant Markets – Report on experiences with the implementation of the New Regulatory Framework • Public Consultation • ERG: Role, Organization and Achievements • Generation of the WP 2005 • Major items – VoIP – Review of the ERG Common Position on Remedies – Wholesale International Roaming – EC Recommendation on Relevant Markets – Report on experiences with the implementation of the New Regulatory Framework • Public Consultation • European Regulators Group (ERG) – Created as advisory group by a Decision of the EC of 29 July 2002, amended Nov. 2004, to • “advise and assist the EC in consolidating the internal market” • “..to contribute to the consistent application in all Member States of the regulatory framework..” • Consist of the Heads of the independent NRAs of the Member States; accession countries and EFTA countries may have observer status • Acts through decisions of Plenary Meetings (4 – 5 per year) • Modes of operation include • High degree of transparency • Extensive consultation with the industry • Close Cooperation of NRAs • Several permanent working groups • Phare projects for new member states NRAs • Practical support on bilateral basis • Ongoing training and mutual education in working groups • Main achievements so far: • Common Position on the approach to appropriate Remedies in the NRF (ERG 30/04) • Common Position on Bitstream Access (ERG (03) 33 rev1 • Opinion on the revision of the Commission Recommendation on Accounting Separation and Regulatory Accounting, ERG (04) 15 rev1 • Joint action on the field of Wholesale International Roaming • ERG: Organization and Achievements • Generation of the WP 2005 • Major items – VoIP – Review of the ERG Common Position on Remedies – Wholesale International Roaming – EC Recommendation on Relevant Markets – Report on experiences with the implementation of the New Regulatory Framework • Public Consultation Collection of Topics Ranking by NRAs Decision by ERG to consult Draft WP 2005, 2nd Dec. 2004 Public consultation Adoption 10 Feb. 2005 • Experiences with WP 2004 show: – WP should focus on only few topics – Very limited resources available by NRAs due to the huge task of market analysis, SMP designation and application of remedies – Concentration on major issues necessary • Bottom-up procedure: – Working Groups and NRAs contributed to a list of possible topics – Priorities and resources committed for each possible work item were collected – Topics were ranked according to priorities – Short-list proposed to the ERG Plenary – Decision by the ERG Plenary of 2 and 3 December to consult Draft WP 2005 • ERG: Organization and Achievements • Generation of the WP 2005 • Major items – VoIP – Review of the ERG Common Position on Remedies – Wholesale International Roaming – EC Recommendation on Relevant Markets – Report on experiences with the implementation of the New Regulatory Framework • Public Consultation • VoIP – A working document was produced in December 2004, – The final version of an ERG Common Position on the regulatory aspects of VoIP is scheduled for May 2005. – The ERG Common Position will • Consider the ultimate goal to decrease entry barriers for new operators and service providers by more lenient approach for newcomers • Assess the evolution of VoIP and the related policy consequences like emergency calls and numbering issues in the light of this approach • Develop longer term issues related to a common regulatory approach. – Further work will focus in particular on • VoIP’s effects on fixed-line competition, • VoIP-Interconnection (IP-IP as well as IP-PSTN) • ERG Common Position on Remedies – The Common Position will be updated and developed including practical experience obtained from the market reviews – Specifically, more detailed positions will be developed concerning: • regulation of different operators in the same relevant market and in termination markets; • criteria for the assessment of replicability; • “ladder of investment” methodology; • non-price related discrimination by SMP operators; • regulation of SMP operators related to emerging markets • ERG Common Positions on wholesale international roaming – The joint efforts of ERG aim at a reduction of potentially excessive international roaming charges. 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ERG will examine • the accuracy and appropriateness of markets in the Recommendation • possible additional markets. – ERG will produce an “ERG Opinion on the need for revision of the Recommendation on Relevant Product and Services Markets”, including an annex comparable to the Recommendation’s Explanatory memorandum. • IRG report on experiences with market definition and market analysis and applied remedies – This report will be a comparative generic study of results and experiences with the market analysis process including a comparative analysis of notifications according to Article 7 of the Framework Directive. – The report will examine the links between outcomes of market analyses and remedies applied. – The material collected and the conclusions will be used as input to the Opinions on a revision of the Recommendation on relevant markets and transnational markets respectively and to the updated Common Position on Remedies, as appropriate. • ERG: Organization and Achievements • Generation of the WP 2005 • Major items – VoIP – Review of the ERG Common Position on Remedies – Wholesale International Roaming – EC Recommendation on Relevant Markets – Report on experiences with the implementation of the New Regulatory Framework • Public Consultation • Work Programme 2005 public consultation: – Written procedure: XX.12.2004 – XX.01.2005 – Public Hearing: 13.01.2005 – Contributions to be analysed and integrated – Final decision: ERG Plenary Feb. 10+11 2005 Thank you for your attention !
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Score: 780810.45 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...onsdocs/ERG_HeinrichOtruba.pdf
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Remediation can involve measures both for rehabilitating environments and for preventing people from being exposed to further harm. (...) As with environmental remediation, such an obligation flows in large part from the general responsibility of the state towards the population under its authority. (...) They would uphold and reinforce norms for stockpile destruction, environmental remediation and victim assistance established in other treaties prohibiting weapons. 26.
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Score: 779254.9 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...F.229%202017%20NGO%20WP.10.pdf
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ILO Brief: Access to protection and remedy for human trafficking victims for the purpose of labour exploitation 5 Q: What are obstacles for trade unions to support access to remedy for (potential) victims and which other solutions may they propose? (...) Q: How do trade unions facilitate access to remedy for (potential) victims? Q: What are obstacles for trade unions to support access to remedy for (potential) victims and which other solutions may they propose? Q: How could trade unions’ role in providing access to protection and remedy be further strengthened? References
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Score: 777550.93 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_783958.pdf
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For many communities – even those that are able to access accountability mechanisms associated with DFIs – the goal of remedy remains elusive. Furthermore, against the backdrop of an entrenched global pandemic, growing inequality, shrinking civic space, and rising authoritarianism, remedy can be put even further out of reach. Remedy in Development Finance is the result of two years of research and consultations with development finance institutions, independent accountability mechanism, and civil society organizations across the globe. (...) In addition to commenting on the state of play of remedy in development finance, the report also offers recommendations to policymakers and practitioners on how to strengthen the “remedy ecosystem.”
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Score: 775538.13 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/publi...ons/remedy-development-finance
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Our impact, their voices Back to school: Remedial classes for working children begin in Kyrgyzstan Three formal remedial classes for children with breaks in their education, school drop-outs and child labourers have started at the secondary school No. 94 in Kyrgyzstan’s capital Bishkek. (...) What we are seeing now is a start of a nationwide process.” The launch of the remedial classes was preceded by three years of intense preparations. (...) Kyrgyzstan now has a Child Labour Monitoring System that helps to identify working children and refer those in need to remedial classes. 15-year-old Aziz is one of the working children.
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Score: 775538.13 - https://www.ilo.org/moscow/new...WCMS_531727/lang--en/index.htm
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Remediation A journey towards workplace safety in the garment sector of Bangladesh Feature | Dhaka | 17 May 2018 Labour and fire inspectors on field visit as part of a training on factory remediation follow-up DHAKA (ILO News) - A car slows to a halt in front of Emile Fashion*, a garment factory in a gritty industrial suburb of Dhaka. (...) Once inspections were complete, remediation of issues identified during the inspections began with the government establishing a Remediation Coordination Cell (RCC) in 2017 to oversee the remediation of factories under its National Initiative. (...) Trained government engineers and inspectors have been deployed throughout the country (8 at DIFE headquarters and 18 at regional offices) tasked with remediation follow-up of National Initiative factories.
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Score: 775405.76 - www.ilo.org/dhaka/Infor...WCMS_629645/lang--en/index.htm
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Remediation A journey towards workplace safety in the garment sector of Bangladesh Feature | Dhaka | 17 May 2018 Labour and fire inspectors on field visit as part of a training on factory remediation follow-up DHAKA (ILO News) - A car slows to a halt in front of Emile Fashion*, a garment factory in a gritty industrial suburb of Dhaka. (...) Once inspections were complete, remediation of issues identified during the inspections began with the government establishing a Remediation Coordination Cell (RCC) in 2017 to oversee the remediation of factories under its National Initiative. (...) Trained government engineers and inspectors have been deployed throughout the country (8 at DIFE headquarters and 18 at regional offices) tasked with remediation follow-up of National Initiative factories.
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Score: 775405.76 - https://www.ilo.org/dhaka/Info...WCMS_629645/lang--en/index.htm
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This occurred in Mexico decades before the notion of effective judicial remedy appeared in the Universal Declaration of 1948. (...) l=848 8 Article 13. Right to effective remedy. All persons whose rights and freedoms recognized under this Convention have been violated have the right to effective remedy before a federal court, including when the violation has been committed by persons acting on duty of their off icial charge. 9 Article 2. 3. (...) The party states commit to: a) guaranteeing that the authority identif ied by the legal system of the state will rule on the rights of all persons that seek such remedy; b) developing the possibilities of the legal remedy, and c) guaranteeing compliance, by the corresponding authorities, with all rulings and decisions that have aw arded the remedy. 11 Article 7. 1.
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Score: 775117.1 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...lt/files/mexico_amparo_eng.pdf
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Article 23: Direct notification Procedural formalities and judicial decisions of the international tribunals may be served by mail directly to the addressee in Switzerland. Section 4: Remedy Article 24: Decisions for which remedy may sought 1 The decision of the cantonal or federal enforcement authority on the closing of the assistance procedure and, together with that decision, all interlocutory decisions may be the subject of administrative remedy from the federal Tribunal. 2 In cases of immediate and irreparable damage, administrative remedy from the interlocutory decisions may be sought from the federal Tribunal. (...) Article 26: Reasons for remedy 1 Remedy may be requested because of a violation of federal law, including excessive or abusive power of assessment. 2 The reasons for remedy provided by cantonal procedural law shall remain unaffected. Article 27: Time period for remedy The time period for remedy from the decision on closing shall be 20 days from the written notification of the decision; if it is an interlocutory decision, as understood in Article 24, paragraph 2, the time period shall be ten days.
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Score: 774306.3 - https://www.icty.org/x/file/Le...lation_switzerland_1995_en.pdf
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