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Reduced levels of experience, particularly during ramp-up of operations New and unfamiliar routes and airports Unfamiliar types of operations, e.g. cargo operations conduced with passenger aircraft. (...) Proficiency issues: Skill "fade" and/or loss of confidence due to lack of recent experience or unfamiliar operations. Potential for over-confidence based on past performance leading to crew-members not recognizing the skill "fade".
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Score: 1085241.7 - https://www.icao.int/safety/OP...ormal/Pages/HP-Challenges.aspx
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UNDT/GVA/2010/033 (UNAT 1635) UNDT/GVA/2010/034 (UNAT 1636) UNDT/GVA/2010/036 (UNAT 1639) Order No. 50 (GVA/2010) Page 4 of 11 were unfamiliar with them. Examples of this unfamiliarity included not taking advantage of certain entitlements which would have been to their advantage, such as parental leave and medical insurance, because they did not know about them. 10. (...) Unfamiliarity alone though would not be sufficient to establish exceptional circumstances. (...) Because of their unfamiliarity with the procedure to be followed, they were reliant on advice and this was not forthcoming.
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Score: 1019560.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2010-050.pdf
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Entrepreneurship has a high Entrepreneurship has a high potential payoffpotential payoff Provides a livelihood for migrants still Provides a livelihood for migrants still unfamiliar with language and other unfamiliar with language and other host country moreshost country mores It is a family strategy to accumulate It is a family strategy to accumulate wealth and set a foundation for the wealth and set a foundation for the economic mobility of the next economic mobility of the next generationgeneration 1010 Turkish migrants in GermanyTurkish migrants in Germany Late 1990s: over 50,000 Late 1990s: over 50,000 entrepreneurs of Turkish origin in entrepreneurs of Turkish origin in GermanyGermany Generate 185,000 jobs of which 20 Generate 185,000 jobs of which 20 per cent went to Germansper cent went to Germans 73 per cent relied on supplies from 73 per cent relied on supplies from ““GermanGerman”” businessesbusinesses 1111 Why does this matter?
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Score: 1015631.6 - https://www.un.org/development...6_zlotnik-entrepreneurship.pdf
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Ethical principles flawed by characteristics of the participants/setting Language barrier Family and individual's role in the community Traditional and beliefs about health care and disease Unfamiliar with research Poverty and low education Low access to health services and goods Research being carried out from a health facility Belonging to a vulnerable group Variable Consequences Ethical principle(s) flawed Language barrier Misunderstanding of informed consent Family and individual's role in the community Presence of power relationships and dependence, hindering the individual decision-making process Respect for traditional figures of wisdom and authority including leaders of the community Traditional and beliefs of health care and disease Difference in the respect for traditional healers and doctors/researchers Unfamiliar with research Sensitivity to research procedures Ethical principles flawed by characteristics of the participants/setting Variable Consequences Ethical principle flawed Language barrier Misunderstanding of informed consent Autonomy Family and individual's role in the community Presence of power relationships and dependence, hindering the individual decision-making process Respect for traditional figures of wisdom and authority including leaders of the community Autonomy Beneficence Justice Traditional and beliefs of health care and disease Difference in the respect for traditional healers and doctors/researchers Autonomy Unfamiliar with research Sensitivity to research procedures Autonomy Ethical principles flawed by characteristics of the participants/setting Variable Consequences Ethical principle(s) flawed Poverty and low education Difficulty in understanding the information provided by researchers Possibility of exploitation and coercion, inducements, financial benefits Increased burden to research participants Low access to health services and goods Possibility of exploitation and coercion, inducements, financial benefits Research being carried out from a health facility Interference with public health system Belonging to vulnerable group Possibility of exploitation and coercion Ethical principles flawed by characteristics of the participants/setting Variable Consequences Ethical principle(s) flawed Poverty and low education Difficulty in understanding the information provided by researchers Possibility of exploitation and coercion, inducements, financial benefits Increased burden to research participants Autonomy Justice Low access to health services and goods Possibility of exploitation and coercion, inducements, financial benefits.
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Score: 1011824.7 - https://www.who.int/tdr/public...oolkit/Module1-Slide_Final.pdf
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. & Imp  GENERAL CHALLENGES  GAIN SUPPORT FROM PAYING USERS  SYNCHRONISED ACTION OF STAKEHOLDERS  OVERCOMING UNFAMILIARITY w/TECHNOLOGY 3| GBAS/SBAS Implementation Challenges – Australia     ‐ System Dev.  (...) Cert. & Imp  RELATED NAV/SUR (1)  GNSS/ADS‐B Mandate Challenges o Note: This is not an SBAS mandate. o See below  Navigation Rationalization Project:  o industry support  o joint action,  o overcoming unfamiliarity  15| GBAS/SBAS Implementation Challenges – Australia     ‐ System Dev.  (...) Cert. & Imp  WRAP UP   GENERAL CHALLENGES o GAIN SUPPORT FROM PAYING USERS o SYNCHRONISED ACTION OF STAKEHOLDERS o OVERCOMING UNFAMILIARITY w/TECHNOLOGY o CONSIDER GBAS/SBAS WITHIN BROADER  ATM/CNS SYSTEM 17| GBAS/SBAS Implementation Challenges – Australia     ‐ System Dev. 
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Score: 998317.5 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/APAC...plementation%20(J%20Woods).pdf
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And how to do that when there is a general unfamiliarity on the part of innovators with the aviation regulatory framework and inversely on the part of regulators, a general unfamiliarity with the underlying technologies.
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Score: 985957.4 - https://www.icao.int/EURNAT/Do...%20ICAO%20and%20Innovation.pdf
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Entrepreneurship has a high Entrepreneurship has a high potential payoffpotential payoff Provides a livelihood for migrants still Provides a livelihood for migrants still unfamiliar with language and other unfamiliar with language and other host country moreshost country mores It is a family strategy to accumulate It is a family strategy to accumulate wealth and set a foundation for the wealth and set a foundation for the economic mobility of the next economic mobility of the next generationgeneration 1010 Turkish migrants in GermanyTurkish migrants in Germany Late 1990s: over 50,000 Late 1990s: over 50,000 entrepreneurs of Turkish origin in entrepreneurs of Turkish origin in GermanyGermany Generate 185,000 jobs of which 20 Generate 185,000 jobs of which 20 per cent went to Germansper cent went to Germans 73 per cent relied on supplies from 73 per cent relied on supplies from ““GermanGerman”” businessesbusinesses 1111 Why does this matter?
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Score: 985957.4 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...n/ZLOTNIK-entrepreneurship.pdf
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Modern medicine is not only unfamiliar but also frightening. (14.6”) LILY: (Spanish) F “When women arrive in hospitals, they have to go through a practice that is completely different from their culture…” (5.5”) NARRATION Lily Rodriguez is the Deputy Representative of UNFPA in Ecuador. (4.35”) LILY: (Spanish) F “They are in an unfamiliar environment, and in a language they do not understand, and that’s why they resist going to the hospital.” (6.8”) DR.
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Score: 966837 - https://www.un.org/webcast/pdfs/unia1177.pdf
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UNICEF Afghanistan/2019/Sherzai "I do not like to go to a strange and unfamiliar home, I want to stay here with my family." (...) Talking about her engagement, Badro says with despair, “I do not like to go to a strange and unfamiliar home, I want to stay here with my family.
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Score: 966837 - https://www.unicef.org/afghani...girls-fear-and-source-distress
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Work through the public networks (WiFi-zones, online-clubs, etc.) or through unfamiliar computer. – Antivirus software. How to filter the advertisements and unwanted information? (...) Module 5: Confidentiality and work through public networks Work through the public networks (WiFi, online-clubs, etc.) or through unfamiliar computer – Confidentiality of visiting resources.
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Score: 948444.1 - https://www.itu.int/council/gr.../wg-cop/pd/ONAT_Contr_2013.pdf
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