Victims' Assistance
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...assistance, the department provides its non-emergency phone number to any victim who may need police services. Further, the department makes it easier for victims to contact them by providing crime reports links that can be used by victims to check their calls. In addition, this department has Face book and Twitter pages where victims can follow them on their latest security tips (City... Local Police Departments in Colorado of Fountain Police Department The webpage of this police department provides latest information regarding efforts made by the City of Fountain police to ensure traffic enforcement. This department explains its location by targeting both its citizens and even foreigners. To offer...
Employee Assistance
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...Assistance Due Article Review Employee assistance programs (EAPs) are designed to enable employers to provide their employees with aid for the “life problems” they may face, which can negatively affect their job performance. These programs may cover issues including, mental health concerns, drug and alcohol issues, spousal problems, financial pressures, child care needs, and anxiety or stress related issues. Many companies opt to bundle the services offered by the EAP as part of their core products provided to the employees; the EAP is presented as “free.” However, that is not actually true, as explained in an article by J. Burke and D. Sharar, originally published in the Journal... of...
Tuition Assistance
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...Assistance at Garden Gate Describe the key problems with the tuition-aid program. One of the main problems with the tuition-aid program is that there is a lack of communication between departments and the HR team. It seems as if the HR department has no involvement in the program at all until the candidate has already received an education and is ready for a promotion. Even the little good that the HR department does, which is its human resources database, is not updated enough to be of any use to the organization. By this stage, no planning has been done to ensure that the candidate will have a secure job to walk into by the time they are ready to do so. Additionally, the tuition... Case Study: Tuition...
Employee Assistance Program
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...Assistance Program Introduction Employee Assistance Program (EAP) stems out of the fact that the performance of the employees in work place is directly proportional to their mental health. The state of their morale affects attendance, productivity and quality. Lack of morality was found to affect productivity and quality while increased stress caused higher incidence of accidents and absenteeism (US Dept of Labor, 10 Sep 1999). Employee Assistance Program is aimed at providing high and professional service to employees to confide and seek therapeutic advice from psychologists and specialists in interpersonal relationships. The EAP can be the place where a grieved employee could approach... Employee...
Employee Assistance Programs
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...Assistance Programs Introduction In an effort to improve employee productivity, employers, through their Human Resources departments, are increasingly sponsoring employee assistance programs (EAPs) which are designed to detect and solve common employee problems including stress, health, alcohol or drug abuse, clinical depression, family, financial and various other personal matters. EAPs provide access to health care professionals who are contracted to offer short-term counseling and refer employees to the variety of specialized services from organizations or professionals available to them through the plan. Additionally, EAPs train employers, managers and business owners to identify... Employee...
Judicial Assistance In Arbitration.
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...assistance in Arbitration 1 Introduction Arbitration is a private justice born out of the parties' will. If the parties choose to settle the dispute out of court by virtue of in inclusion of arbitration clause in the contract, the parties can go for it. Those disputes will be submitted to arbitrators. This module provides an overview of the agreement by which the parties who decide to submit their disputes to arbitration. This module also discusses the issue known as "separability of the arbitration agreement" and the related principle known as "Kompetenz-Kompetenz". In general, the arbitration agreement provides the basis for arbitration... with...
Employee Assistance Program
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...Assistance Program Introduction Employee Assistance Program (EAP) stems out of the fact that the performance of the employees in work place is directly proportional to their mental health. The state of their morale affects attendance, productivity and quality. Lack of morality was found to affect productivity and quality while increased stress caused higher incidence of accidents and absenteeism (US Dept of Labor, 10 Sep 1999). Employee Assistance Program is aimed at providing high and professional service to employees to confide and seek therapeutic advice from psychologists and specialists in interpersonal relationships. The EAP can be the place where a grieved employee could approach... Employee...
Employee Assistance Program
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...Assistance Program Case Studies You are a newly promoted supervisor in a unit you have worked in for more than ten years. John is an employee who used to be your coworker, but now you supervise him. His work is above average, he has an excellent attendance record, and others often call on John for help. Still, John always seems moody, removed, and not very sociable. You would like to see John come out of his shell and be friendlier because you think he has talent above what he is now doing. Which of the following is your best option? B. In a private meeting share that you have always admired Johns work performance but that you think, he could do more if he would friendlier. Give him... ...
Humanitarian Assistance in War Zones
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...assistance...  "Although aid agencies often seek to be neutral or non-partisan toward the winners and losers of a war, the impact of their aid is not neutral. ...When given in conflict settings, aid can reinforce, exacerbate, and prolong the conflict; it can also help to reduce the tensions and strengthen people's capacities to disengage from fighting and find peaceful options for solving problems. Often, an aid program does some of both. But in all cases aid given during conflict cannot remain separate from that conflict." – Mary. B. Anderson (1999) In the post cold war era, the occurrence, impact and magnitude of internal conflicts across and within nations has been increased and widened over the year...
Drug testing for public assistance
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...Assistance Introduction Drug testing for public assistance is one of the social issues being debated recently by the public due to the differences in opinion regarding the said action. There are two sides to the issue. The aim of the paper is to present a personal view regarding the matter and the reasons for having the said opinion. On one side, people who advocate the notion argue that it is just fair and rational since people asking for assistance are also citizen of the nation, thus, they must have duties toward the taxpayer. If the people who hold jobs are undertaking random drug tests then they should not be any different (Sachteleben 1). On the other hand... that every citizen of...
Global Humanitarian Assistance of UAE
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...assistance. In this regard, the United Arab Emirates is a major donor of emergency relief to nations affected by conflicts as well as naturals disasters in developing countries. In light of this, this paper seeks to addresses the global humanitarian assistance of the United Arab Emirates expressing the extent to which the United Arab Emirates has engaged in issuing humanitarian assistance across the globe. Global humanitarian assistance of the United Arab Emirates The United Arab Emirates is a renowned contributor of global humanitarian aid having translated its global development and humanitarian aid... ? United Arab Emirates’ global humanitarian aid Introduction The United Arab Emirates, commonly known ...
Official Development Assistance and Underdevelopment
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...Assistance and Underdevelopment What Gunder Frank and Wallerstein Would Say About Tied Aid This paper will look at the phenomenon of Official Development Assistance (ODA) using the insights of Andre Gunder Frank and the notion of “underdevelopment”, as well as the Dependency Theory, as lens of analysis. I will argue that ODA or “tied aid” keeps countries underdeveloped and exacerbates the gap between the global north and the global south. First, we begin by laying down the chosen theoretical framework. Frank’s main thesis is that contemporary underdevelopment is in large part the historical product of pas and continuing economic and other relations between the satellite... ? Official Development...
Federal Financial Assistance and Wage Control
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...Assistance and Wage Control Introduction In 2008, the US Government implemented a $700 billion bailout package for the beleaguered financial industry, ostensibly with a view to stabilize the market and rejuvenate the economy. The money for this salvage project came from tax funds collected from citizens and instead of being used to fund public welfare and infrastructure projects, the money was diverted to bail-out corporate giants in the doldrums due to gross mismanagement and unsound business practices. In spite of poor market conditions and the average citizen caught in the insidious grasp of recession, for top management executives in bailed out companies, it was "business... Federal Financial...
Financial Assistance for a Struggling Student
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...Assistance for a Struggling Woodrow Rowell, III Group_ 919-233-7221 Financial Assistance for a Struggling Student Today reality is causing many people to come to their senses or give up the fight for success in their lives. So is the case with the students. Many students in the US rely on Students Loans to meet the never meeting ends of the humongous fee structures of the local colleges. With more than 60% student in the US relying on financial assistance for their education, the government has given them a bad news just before Christmas. The Senate has approved the bill to cut $12.7 billion from the Federal government's student-aid programs. It is a part of the five... Assignment Article Financial...
Questions based on trade adjustment assistance program
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...Assistance for Firms Manufacturers qualify if their decline in employment, sales or production, and general operation is as a result of imports. TAA strongly recommends that all interested firms should not rule themselves out before creating some time to talk with experienced staff in TAA in order to get guidance on their eligibility. It also applies to banks, economic development groups, trade associations, consulting firms, or any other firms working alongside or with manufacturers. 2. It offers 50/50 sharing of costs of projects aimed at enhancing the manufacturer’s competitive advantage. The amount goes up to $150,000, and the organization provides substantial assistance... Trade Adjustment...
The Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
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...assist needy families and provide some childcare assistance. In addition, the grant aims to give individuals job preparation skills and to reduce the dependency of needy parents. Finally, a further goal is to discourage pregnancies out of wedlock, thereby encouraging two parent families (Kean, 2000). Lately, there have been numerous complaints about the grant by the very people that benefit from its intent. Other stakeholders have also voiced concern. These complaints are based largely on the time period that the grant takes in helping needy individuals. This point was raised... Justification Report - DRAFT Deserie Larson Adelia Cozart-Amos, Strayer ENG.315 May 22, May 20, Deserie Larson123 Main Street ...
Official Development Assistance and Poverty Reduction
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...Assistance (ODA) has received significant attention as to its effectiveness in meeting its objectives. ODA has over the years been plagued by corruption, in effectiveness, and inefficiencies, thereby receiving tough criticisms and calling for various restructurings that would make aid effective. This is because aid had been plagued with abuses both form the donor countries and the recipient countries (Cramer, Stein, & Weeks, 2006). While the donor countries often attach stringent measures, conditionality, and reform policies packages with these aid in such a manner that the positive impact of the aid in the recipient countries is nullified, the very essence... , then should aid be counted as...
Why people on goverment assistance should be drug tested to recieve assistance
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...assistances to needy families stands at 432 dollars compared to 170 dollars in Mississippi. The varying amounts received by poor families is seen a problem, additionally, there has been an increasing number of families... are hoping that the act of drug testing for benefits is best and will be beneficial since it has been done in 29 other states. With the 29 states, 8 states have benefited from drug testing. According to Spencer, drug testing is currently undergoing in 28 states. The legislators in those states explain that drug testing must be done in order to lock out individuals requesting for benefits yet they are on drugs. In Oklahoma, the Republican Governor Mary Fallin explains that...
The international perspective con't: disaster preparedness& humanitarian assistance
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...Assistance “Aga Khan Development Network”. Disaster prevention, Mitigation and Preparedness. 2012. Web. April 25, 2012. http://www.akdn.org/focus_disaster.asp This website talks about the channels that have been placed to enable the communities respond and decrease the vulnerabilities from the natural disasters. Some of the natural disasters that are observed include but not limited to landslides, floods, earthquakes, mudslides among others. The initiatives put in place ensure that the communities are empowered in the learning process through a variety of activities including building awareness, mitigation projects and communication equipments. “United Nations... Disaster Preparedness& Humanitarian...
Employee Assistance Porgram (EAP) Avaiable for the Modern Workplace
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...assistance program, how to choose and nourish the program. On the other hand, the paper will also put emphasis on ways of evaluating the employee assistance program. Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Introduction The employee assistance programs are arrangements that assist in recognizing and resolving issues that the troubled employees are facing in the course of counseling considered to be short term, follow up checkups or referrals to professionals having special skills. A large number of the employee assistance programs offer training facilities to people owning businesses and the supervisors of these businesses... This research paper will mainly focus on the advantages in implementing the employee...
Primary health care vs Emergency medical assistance in conflict situation
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...Assistance 2. Problem/Background: This studyshall focus on the functions of primary health care (PHC) and emergency medical assistance (EMA). While Van Damme et al (2002) pointed out that PHC and EMA are two fundamentally different strategies of delivering health care and delivered in two different situations, this research shall focus on both the unique characteristic functions as well as similarities between these two. Already, Van Damme et al (2002) established that “PHC is conceptualized as part of overall development, while EMA is delivered in disaster or emergency situations” while presenting... 1. A Comparative Study of the Health Care Functions of Primary Health Care and Emergency Medical...
Career Assistance
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...Career Development Differentiate Between a Certificate and a License in a Designated Field and the Value of Each Type of Accomplishment Razack (2009) defines a certificate as a digital mechanism for verification of accomplishment, mainly used in identification purposes. Certificates can be used to identify different entities such as services, persons or hosts. For instance, many computer services with restricted access only allow access to specific individuals according to the certificate contents. On the other hand, a license is an authorizing document that instructs the holder on the installation and usage of particular equipment according to the terms and conditions stated (Onetti... Development...
Personal Data Assistance PDA use in Health Care
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...Assistance A Boon To The Medical World Introduction In today’s modern world, there is immense downloading of information from everywhere around. The information keeps changing frequently and so, keeping yourself updated with the changing information is important if you are to become successful in the professional world. Success of a man in the modern world depends on his ability to retrieve information from the resources available. Especially for people who work in stressful, challenging and life saving professions like medical field, it becomes extremely important to have a tool that makes the information... of the patient ...
The adoption of a comprehensive Employee Assistance Program
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...Assistance Program for your organization. Employee Assistance... of the of the Submitted Proposal Introduction Any modern organization worth its cannot afford to neglect one of its most important assets, namely the employees that form part of its workforce, carry out the day to day activities and work to achieve the enterprise goals. Modern enterprises having a global outlook with adoption of best practices are always concerned with improving the work-life balance and overall health and well-being of all their employees. A good and healthy employee is efficient and effective and adds productivity to the workplace. Need for Healthcare Coverage Congratulations on the adoption of a comprehensive Employee...
Employee Assistance
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...assistant programs (EAP)? To be perfectly honest, for a long time, they did not seem to know that much about them, I did not even know they existed here at this company, until a short time ago. I think that once they started promoting it in the company everyone became more familiar with the EAPs specifics. Now the HR department is much more knowledgeable and helpful when the staff came seeking information. 2. What are some of HRs common complaints and compliments about the EAP programs? HRs reaction to the EAPs has been mixed. Like I said, once they became more knowledgeable, they became much more helpful... Due Interview: Discussing EAPs In your experience, how do HR managers feel about employee...
Human Resources Management - Stress in Work force and the Employee Assistance Program
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...Assistance Program Keeping up with this fast paced world is becoming an uphill task for the companies due the recession and economical crisis that has plunged the business and the employment rates. Though we are suffering problems like underemployment and unemployment, the current employees problem are being over looked for they are over stressed. This in turn has put a lot of pressure on the present work force which not only affects their mental health but also is a source of putting the long term success of the company at stake as well. There are numerous contributing to this state for the employees, namely the crisis, and the fear... Human Resources Management - Stress in Work force and the Employee...
Tuition assistance in the work place and its effects on retention
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...assistance in the work place and its effects on retention.’ This memo provides some of benefits that I believe will assist you in making your decision to allow me to proceed with the research. Tuition assistance in the workplace is a benefit provided to employees by employers and is mostly win-win for the workplace. The employer pays part or all the costs incurred by the employee in university... or college classes (Hare, 2012). The employers’ acts intends at enhancing employees’ loyalty and retention or longevity given that the employee continually expands their knowledge and skills while working. In my proposal of Tuition assistance in the work place and its effects on...
Impact of the personal responsibility and work opportunity act of 1996 on public assistance recipients
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...ASSISTANCE RECIPIENTS Impact of the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 on Public Assistance Recipients Introduction The main element of the reforms endorsed through the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (PRWORA) is the implementation of policies relative to welfare to works provisions that shifted millions of people into new jobs after making them undergo work force training programs. The Act aimed at restructuring the welfare systems in order to avoid recipients from becoming dependent on government assistance. The long standing... ? Running head: IMPACT OF THE PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY AND WORK OPPORTUNITY ACT OF 1996 ON PUBLIC...
Case Study 7.3: Responsibility to Self, Client, and Agency An Employee Assistance Counselor's Dilemma
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...Assistance Counselor's Dilemma An Employee Assistance Counselor's Dilemma Employee assistance programs have been devised in order to support those employees who have trouble with their work load or have issues of their own, personal or any other. The basic idea behind it is to make the employee feel self-confident and provide them the support that they are either lacking or trying to obtain. Mostly these programs are for employee problems on job, but if their performance at work is affected by personal issues, then they can be helped out with too as well. It is necessary for the employee’s mind set to be positive in order to increase productivity along with their self-esteem and morale... ? An Employee...
Tuition assistance in the work place and its effects on retention
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...assistance in the work place and its effects on retention Koren Brewer Business Communications Kaplan Henrique Barreto 11 July 2014 Table of Contents Tuition assistance in the work place and its effects on retention 3 1.0. Abstract 3 2.0.Introduction 3 2.1.Statement of the problem 3 2.2.Purpose of research 4 2.3.Significance of research 5 2.4.Research scope 5 2.5.Research questions 6 3.0.Literature survey 6 4.0.Design of the research 7 4.1.Data collection 10 5.0. Action plan and Budget 11 References 12 Tuition assistance in the work place and its effects on retention Research Proposal 1.0. Abstract Organizations have long focused on numerous forms of employees’ benefits... Research proposal: Tuition...
A comparative study of the health care functions of primary health care and emergency medical assistance
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...Assistance 2. Problem/Background: This study shall focus on the functions of primary health care (PHC) and emergency medical assistance (EMA). While Van Damme et al (2002) pointed out that PHC and EMA are two fundamentally different strategies of delivering health care and delivered in two different situations, this research shall focus on both the unique characteristic functions as well as similarities between these two. Already, Van Damme et al (2002) established that "PHC is conceptualized as part of overall development, while EMA is delivered in disaster or emergency situations" while presenting... 1. A Comparative Study of the Health Care Functions of Primary Health Care and Emergency Medical...
Is humanitarian assistance with displaced populations and refugees useful, neutral, or harmful?
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...ASSISTANCE TO HUMANITY Humanitarian Assistance for Displaced Population and Refugees in the 21st Century Humanitarian Assistance refers to any kind of help accorded victims of humanitarian disasters. They include services such as clean drinking water given by UNICEF to victims of drought stricken regions in Somalia (Albin-Lackery, 2008 p. 2). Looking at the 21st century, humanitarian disasters can occur anywhere and at any time. These disasters can be caused by flood, drought, earthquake and/or conflicts. Humanitarian disasters cause loss of lives, displaced populations, incapability of affected communities to sustain themselves and general human sufferings... . There are several organizations...
Tuition assistance in the work place and its effects on retention
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...assistance in the work place and its effects on retention Koren Brewer Business Communications Kaplan Henrique Barreto 11 July 2014 Table of Contents Tuition assistance in the work place and its effects on retention 3 1.0. Abstract 3 2.0.Introduction 3 2.1.Statement of the problem 3 2.2.Purpose of research 4 2.3.Significance of research 5 2.4.Research scope 5 2.5.Research questions 6 3.0.Literature survey 6 4.0.Design of the research 6 4.1.Data collection 7 5.0. Action plan and Budget 7 References 8 Tuition assistance in the work place and its effects on retention Research Proposal 1.0. Abstract Organizations have long focused on numerous forms of employees’ benefits... Research proposal: Tuition...
Disaster Recovery & Humanitarian Assistance
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...Helping people is something I have always enjoyed doing. Even when I was little I thoroughly enjoyed doing little things here and there just to help people out. It was this passion for people that led me to hope that one day I would be able to develop this skill even further. I decided to enroll in this Humanitarian AID class and intended to do just that. As I took the class I continued to develop my skills and came closer to my goal of developing my long time passion and love for helping people to the best of my ability. I felt I really grew both as an during this class, and am glad I decided to enroll and take it. Out of all the classes I took this semester, I really enjoyed taking... people is...
Social Psycholog: Duty of assistance, the effects of prosocial video games on prosocial behaviors, media violence in cross-cultural perspective.
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...assistance to the old lady when diffusion of responsibility could have been the reason for him passing her by without helping her; As was seen in the ‘Kitty Genovese case’ where the main reason for the killer being able to stab the woman to death and getting away before the police got there, despite the presence of thirty eight witnesses, was diffusion of responsibility (Gansberg, 1964). Helping assemble grocery bags and carrying them inside is a process... ?Social Psychology week 6 Assignment A recent example of a situation that I witnessed in which I observed a person who got engaged in pro-social behaviour was when I saw an old lady getting her groceries out of her car and she accidently happened to...
Without the Economic Assistance of the U.S., Great Britain would of Industrially Collapsed during World War II
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...Assistance of the U.S., Great Britain would of Industrially Collapsed during World War II Name Without the Economic Assistance of the U.S., Great Britain would of Industrially Collapsed during World War II World War II has been the most violent and the largest armed conflict in the world history. It has taught some valuable lessons in line with some great insights on the profession of arms, designing of a global strategy, preparedness of the military and also how coalition is formed in fighting a war against fascism. It also depicted some interesting facts about the Allied Victory and the different phases that Britain and America experienced. It was by the end of this very... ? Without the Economic...
Social Policy in the United States and Sweden: a look at healthcare and social assistance available in two countries
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...assistance available in two countries Each country chooses to care for its people in its own ways. Some choose government based housing, some choose to ensure all citizens have jobs, and others rely on the kindness of other citizens to help those in need. In most first world governments, there is at least some system in place to help those who are less fortunate, or to make sure all citizens have access to healthy food, housing, and healthcare. These social policies vary greatly from country to country, and provide a strong base for comparison, allowing a clear view of which systems are most successful, and which still need... Social Policy in the United s and Sweden: a look at healthcare and social...
Critically analyse the extent to which the militarisation of humanitarian assistance has affected the way in which humanitarian agencies carry out their role in conflict affected countries
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...assistance on how humanitarian agencies carry out their role in conflict affected countries : Instructor: Course Code: Introduction Over the past decade, since the September 11 attacks, there have been rising concerns and arguments that humanitarian assistance has increasingly been militarised (Denney, 2012: 29). This recent trend in the integration of humanitarian efforts with the military either in post conflict reconstruction or distribution of aid have raised a lot of question as to the impact that such militarisation of humanitarian assistance has on the space and role of humanitarian agencies in the conflicted countries. Jessen-Petersen (2011: 1) argues... Impact of militarisation of Humanitarian...
Show how the state's role in providing welfare and assistance changed between 1834 and 1911 and offer reasons for this development
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...assistance changed between 1834 and 1911 and offer reasons for this development. The purpose of this short evaluation is to examine the ways in which the British welfare developed between 1834 and 1911. Therefore this evaluation will basically explore the time period between the passing of the Poor Law Amendment Act of 1834 to the passing of the social welfare measures introduced by the Liberal governments of the early twentieth century. It will then offer reasons to explain developments in the states role of providing welfare and assistance to people that qualified for it. Very limited forms of social welfare provision in England and Wales can... 290406 Show how the s role in providing welfare and...
Explore both the pros and cons of using development assistance/foreign aid, to promote democratization and good governance. ( Siegle: Carrothers; Dervis; Rogerson)
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...assistance/foreign aid, to promote democratization and good governance. (Siegle; Carrothers; Dervis; Rogerson) The granting of foreign aid/ development assistance to developing and underdeveloped countries can often is a challenging task. While these countries definitely need assistance from the developed world, charitable intentions doesn’t necessarily translate into desired outcomes. That is why the decision makers in government and other international financial institutions will have to weigh the pros and cons of each grant and come to a conclusion based on individual cases. The rest of this essay will elaborate the positive and negative... Explore both the pros and cons of using development...
Aid is abused by both donors and recipients. Nothing should be counted as Official Development Assistance until it has been proved to reduce poverty. Discuss.
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...Assistance and poverty reduction Introduction Official Development Assistance (ODA) has received significant attention as to its effectiveness in meeting its objectives. ODA has over the years been plagued by corruption, in effectiveness, and inefficiencies, thereby receiving tough criticisms and calling for various restructurings that would make aid effective. This is because aid had been plagued with abuses both form the donor countries and the recipient countries (Cramer, Stein, & Weeks, 2006). While the donor countries often attach stringent measures, conditionality, and reform policies packages with these aid in such a manner that the positive impact of the aid... by the rise in poverty...
" Critically Analyse the extent to which the militarisation of humanitarian assistance has affected the way in which humanitarian agencies carry out their role in conflict affected countries"
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...assistance, medical assistance, and food supplies to people caught up in a humanitarian crisis such as war or natural disaster. Several countries in the third world such as Congo, Sierra Leone, Syria, and Libya have experienced internal war due to political instability. The affected population in these regions requires protection and assistance, which is mostly provided by NGOs along military organizations such as NATO, United Nations, and African Union. Today’s conflicts disregard human life as well as the values of tolerance and human dignity, and the general population is usually targeted by warlords... Militarization of Humanitarian Activities Militarization of Humanitarian Activities Introduction In ...
How do United States special military teams play a role in combatting terrorism, irregular warfare strategy, domestic intelligence gathering, and foreign law assistance?
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...Assistance: 13 CHAPTER-3: RESULTS 14 Overview of Sources used and their Justification: 14 Summary of Relevant... The Role of US Special Forces in Combating Terrorism Christopher Eruchalu Savannah November 20, Table of Contents Table of Contents 3 CHAPTER-1: INTRODUCTION 4 Research Question/ Thesis Statement: 5 Purpose and Significance of the Study: 6 Hypothesis: 7 CHAPTER-2: BACKGROUND 7 Role of Special Forces in Combatting terrorism: 7 Organizations of Joint Forces: 8 Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC): 8 US Delta Force: 9 US Navy SEALs: 10 Role of Special Forces in Irregular Warfare Strategy: 11 Role of Special Forces in Domestic Intelligence Gathering: 12 Role of Special Forces in Foreign Law Assi...
Cutting Veterans Benefits: Does GI Joe need Public Assistance?
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...? Cutting Veterans Benefits There are heroes living amongst us. They may look like you and I, but they are different. These are the veterans who haverisked life and limb to preserve the ideals of our nation. They have fought in foreign wars and taken the full measure of what it means to be an American. They are happy to serve, but they also require our support. The work that they do is extraordinary and their service requires an extraordinary response. We need to provide them with the benefits to make their transition into civilian life as good as it can be. There are nearly 23 million veterans in the United States and they need our help. While many people support veterans' benefits... Cutting Veterans...
Letter to relative requesting financial assistance to start a retail store
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...We desire to provide exceptional and reasonably priced customized gift baskets to individuals and corporations. This is a trend that is becoming a business mainstay. Currently, we do not have enough startup capital and I would like to extend to you an offer to help us get this potentially incredibly profitable business off the ground. To ease any concerns you might express about the risk involved, keep in mind that we plan to offer a deferred payment plan from personal equity. Our business manager can explain in more detail what that means, but rest assured that it will serve to allay any concerns. We intend to separate ourselves from the competition by utilizing both a brick... desire to provide...
Human Resources Management - Stress in Work force and the Employee Assistance Program
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... Channel of Distribution Introduction While preparing the marketing mix, marketers have to pay emphasis on the place from which the products being marketed will be sold. The decision of place made by the marketers is dependant on how the finished goods will reach the consumer after passing through the retailer and the manufacturer. A manufacturer can select from one of the several available marketing channels to ensure that his/her product reaches the consumer in the most effective and the efficient manner. Body While deciding which channel of distribution to choose, the retailer and the marketers have to take several factors into consideration. The most important factor is the consumer... Channel of...
Fully describe the law established by the US Supreme Court concerning the effective assistance of counsel. In the response, fully explain the majority opinion & dissent of Strickland v Washington (1984) & the Court's later cases that interpret Strick
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...assist with impartial investigations reigns supreme in every defendant’s case, especially for persons who are facing capital offenses. The Court added that capital sentence is so cruel that any claims of bad lawyering should not be tolerated, since failure in that duty could precipitate wrongful executions (Steiker 469). By contrast, Justice Marshall led the dissenting opinion by arguing that the new... Insert The Right to Counsel The US Supreme Court established the common law doctrine of right to legal counsel in its ruling on the landmark case of Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436 (1966). The tightly contested 5-4 majority decision held that both incriminating and exonerating testimonies made during...
Basic Rhetorical Analysis
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...assistance with energy bills. When someone does need assistance with the bills, this person needs to contact local county office. There are many people available at the local county office who can assist anyone who is in need of help with paying energy. There are applications for the citizens in paying energy bills available on the Internet, and at the local county office. Addresses Certain Users Someone needs only fills in the application with honest answers. If someone does not speak English, and requires assistance filling in the application there is someone at the local county office who is available to assist someone in filling... in the application. There are directions available at the...
Basic Rhetorical Analysis
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...assistance with energy bills. When someone does need assistance with the bills, this person needs to contact local county office. There are many people available at the local county office who can assist anyone who is in need of help with paying energy. There are applications for the citizens in paying energy bills available on the Internet, and at the local county office. Addresses Certain Users Someone needs only fills in the application with honest answers. If someone does not speak English, and requires assistance filling in the application there is someone at the local county office who is available to assist someone in filling... in the application. There are directions available at...
Explain the supervisors responsibilities for providing counsel to his or her workers
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...Assistance Programs Employee assistance programs are very critical for the productivity of the human resource of an organization. Depending on the size of the organization, there are different types of these programs that are incorporated. An example is a telecommunication firm that has established a program to help employees who have substance abuse problems. The firm is quite large and has numerous branches all around the world and it has introduced this program for there are some countries where it has branches and these particular countries are known for having numerous cartels. With the many cartels, the exposure to drugs is quite high and the program assists the employees that have... Employee...
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