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Local community improvement proposal
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...Local community improvement proposal Introduction Community is definite as a assemblage of people leaving in a particularlocal area. Local community may comprise of business owners, home owners and politician as well; people of different specialization. People have different views to improve the local community, but all of these views must be in accordance to the need of the community in order to achieve some improvement to the community. In this proposal will outline key factors will better the development of a local...
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Local Community by Volunteering
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...LOCAL COMMUNITY BY VOLUNTEERING by goes here] Presented to [your goes here] [your goes here] ’s name] [due date of the paper] TABLE OF CONTENTS CONTENTS PAGE # 1. Introduction 1 2. Importance of the Event 1 3. Overview of the Idea 2 3.1 Usage of Funds 2 3.2 External Consultant 3 3.3 Collection of Funds and Purposes of Organizing Event 3 4. Event Advertising 4 5. Conclusion 5 References 6 Engaging Local Community by Volunteering 1. Introduction In any business or organization, the basic intent or desire of the management officials is to achieve desired goals and objectives. These goals and objectives can only be achieved...
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Benefits of tourism to the local community
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...LOCAL COMMUNITY Task Benefits of Tourism to the Local Community in Singapore Literature review Thissection comprehensively explores the major concepts of tourism with the aim of addressing the objective of the study, which entails investigating the benefits of tourism to the local community in Singapore. The sections explore tourism as a concept that is fiscally and socially relevant in an effort to enhance societal integration. It discusses the role of the authorities in steering tourism activities, its benefits, ecotourism and the role of the locals in advancing the practice. Analysis of the theoretical and conceptual aspects of the benefits of tourism to the Local... ? BENEFITS OF TOURISM TO THE LOCAL ...
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Writing to Local Community about Steve Jobs
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...Local Community Members about Steve Jobs The interesting community member Steve Jobs is oneof the successful business executive and a successful entrepreneur. Steve Jobs is a computer designer and the cofounder of Apple computers. Apple is one of the fast growing companies in the global community based on its capability to manufacture non-PC devices compared to other technological companies (Antopol, 2014). Apple creates quality products and they offer quality customer services. Therefore, in ten decades, Apple will still be one of the leading technology companies in the world. This article will present Steve Jobs’ profile because of his professional qualities that make him... Writing To Inform the and...
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Explain briefly what and how local Community Justice Panel work
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...Local Community Justice Panel or LCJP is primarily a community based justice system comprising of victims, offenders and members of the public or community that seeks to resolve the dispute after party/parties admit to partial or wholly to the culpability of the crime. The LCJP only takes up minor crimes like shoplifting, cheque forging, vandalism etc. The community mediation is sought for effective resolution that would give opportunity to the offender to reform rather than inflict punishment. It has increasingly become a popular alternative to formal court of justice and is hugely cost effective. The...
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Problem in your local community
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...Community Women in the community should be treated with the same dignity and respect as menwithin the community. This is because women are equal counterparts to the men and not their inferior subordinates. Therefore, communities should stop stereotyping of gender roles. A gender role is the position or place that an individual in the society holds either in a family setting, or in a relationship, or the society as a whole (Fausto-Sterling 19). One can be of the two respective genders, either male or female. These gender roles are action-oriented and focus on whether an individual plays a nurturing role within the family or works outside the home. According to traditional... Gender Stereotyping in the...
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The impact of University Center Cesar Ritz students expenditure on the local community of Brig
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...local community of Brig. Submitted Mr. Cornel Gavata HTM 495 Industry Project Adel Kassem – 175201 University (Name) 30/03/07 Table of Contents Page Abstract 2 Cesar Ritz University Centre: An Introduction 3 A glimpse on the heads of student expenses 5 Defining Multiculturalism 6 Significance of Multiculturalism in Brig Economy 7 Conclusion 13 References 15 Abstract This study is conducted to evaluate the impact of University Centre Cesar Ritz’s students’ expenses and as partial requirements for the completion of a Bachelor degree in International business in Hotel and Tourism Management. University Centre Cesar Ritz represents an international... The impact of Center Cesar Ritz expenditure on the local...
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The september 11 attacks on the twin tower, the death of Osama Bin Laden, and their significance to local community
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...local community. Following the attacks on the twin towers, the entire American community began to hate people that had a different skin colour and were averse to the idea of letting other religions, especially Islam, persist within their country. However, they needed to remember that not everyone that practised Islam was a part of the terrorist attacks. A number of people that had been killed had been Islamic too. Americans shed hatred towards other cultures for a long time following the attacks and burned down a temple as well. One sikh man... 12 November Assignment The United s of America witnessed the worst terrorist attacks the world had seen in a long time when Al-Qaeda’s terrorists, led by world...
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What does the Government, Local Community and Employers Want from Colleges
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...Community, Government, and Employers from Colleges Introduction Colleges are educational centers that deal with training and nurturing of students to suit and fit various professions and fields, which are of great economic strength of a society and country in particular. Well-trained and professionally efficient college graduates become very instrumental in the production and service sectors of a country. Poorly trained college graduates offer compromised services as well low quality production. In that line, one can clearly tell that colleges are very fundamental institutions in modeling any country’s economy. The better the training offered by colleges the more the surety of good... Expectations of...
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Proposal Argument (a problem that relates to your local community or college campus and that you can provide a reasonable solution to)
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...local economy. While it does provide convenient shopping, which in turn can provide cheaper prices, it is conglomerated of several small businesses which stifle the small business sector rendering the small business sector unable to compete. Along with knocking the small business out of the competitive ranks, it also provide jobs that may pay less than their counterpart small business would pay their employees which hurts the economy as well. According to the article, Wal-mart and County Wide Poverty by Stephen J. Goetz and Hema Swaminathan the low wages that Walmart pay their employees only contribute to the poverty level... ASU may need to address key criteria in order to turn out top...
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Term paper on an aspect of American history from 1607 to 1865 or history of a local community or family
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... American history from 1607 to 1865 The history of America cannot be complete, without mention 1607, which is the when the first colonists permanently settled in Jamestown, establishing the first permanent colony in the land. The settlement established in this town remained the capital of the North America colony for 83 years, from 1616 until 1699 (Lee, 12). The American history from 1607 to 1865 can actually be divided into several phases, which seemed to cover a different aspect of the history, as the time progressed. The first phase of this history covers the period 1607-1763, which centers on the ex-exploration and colonization of America, with a special emphasis on how the colonists... American...
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VOLUNTEERING AT LOCAL AFRICAN COMMUNITY(Reflective portfolio )
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...Local Somali Community (Reflective Portfolio) Introduction Though, I volunteered, motivated by ample hope and enthusiasm, my overall experience as an administrative assistant with the West Midlands Somali Association turned out to be much more insightful and inspiring than I initially expected. As per some conservative estimates, there are approximately 250, 000 people of Somali origin, residing in the UK (ICAR 2004). West Midland Somali Association is a not for profit, charity that helps and aids the young people of Somali descent or origin, to settle in and integrate into the larger West Midlands community. To a great extent, I feel that I... of the of the Concerned 26 February Volunteering at Local...
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Local Partnerships in Community Empowerment
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...Local Partnerships in Community Empowerment: The Case for UK and Poland Word count - 3218 Introduction Wider community engagement in governance is frequently argued, across the political spectrum, to be vital to improving public services and tackling the 'democratic deficit'. However, involving everyone in the decision process is seen as rather inefficient and unnecessary and will precipitate conflicts and delays in approving needed reforms. Nonetheless, there have been efforts to empower the community in the governance of itself. Participation in governance is not an 'all-or-nothing', nor is it usually experienced as linear progression or as a 'ladder' (Arnstein... Evaluating the Effectiveness of Local ...
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Community Health and the Local Hospital
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...Community Health and the Local Hospital ID Lecturer How is community health addressed within yourhospital/academic medical center? Is there a separate department or a component of a traditional department (e.g. marketing, public relations or education?) What is the budget? Who is the desired audience and how are programs and projects developed? Who is in "charge" of this area and what are their qualifications? The community health is addressed within the hospital/academic medical center with utmost priority and concern by the community members as the community is large and needs proper medical attention and care. There is a separate department that handles the community health aspects... ...
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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT THROUGH ENTREPRENEURSHIP: THE ROLE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP GRADUATES IN LOCAL BUSINESS
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...COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT THROUGH ENTREPRENEURSHIP: THE ROLE OF OHIO COMMUNITY COLLEGES AND THEIR ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAMS During the last five years the terms “entrepreneurship,” “economic development,” and “community colleges” have been the topics of conversations from local chambers of commerce to the office of the President of the United States. This study specifically looks at Ohio community colleges, their entrepreneurship programs, and their effect, if any, on local economic development. The purpose of the study will be to establish how community colleges in Ohio play...
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Research topic: 'Community mental health service users' experience of social exclusion within a local health service executive (
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...local ownership of the research and the results, and provides legitimacy and value to different types and sources of knowledge (Kindon et al. 2008). In this design, the researcher is not seen as the only gatekeeper or owner of knowledge, does not have absolute power over design and execution, and is not entirely responsible for dissemination. Nevertheless, PAR has been employed productively as a paradigm to collaborate with community organisations in definitely disallowed, researcher-invoked... ? The Impact of Social Exclusion on Mental Health Service Users in Dublin A Research Proposal Table of Contents Page Number Chapter 1 A. Literature Review 4 1. The Negative Impact of Social Exclusion 6 2. Public’s ...
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Discuss the potential for small-scale, local or community-based initiatives to contribute to sustainable approaches to agricultu
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...local or community-based initiatives to contribute to sustainable approaches to agriculture, food productionand urban living. Identify key challenges and opportunities associated with the implementation of these initiatives At a time when there is increased concern over pollution globally due to rapid industrialization of developing countries like China and India, sustainable strategies need to be implemented rising above politics. In this study, concept of sustainable agriculture, food production, and urban living will be examined from a number of different angles, including benefits, challenges, and opportunities. Agriculture is practiced by human beings... ? Discuss the potential for small-scale,...
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Ethical policy, corporate social responsibility and larger social impact (intentional or unintentional) within UBS and the value it creates (or possibly destroys) for the local and/or global community
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...local and/or global community Content Introduction………………………………………………………………………..3 What is Corporate Social Responsibility?………………………………………..4 Corporate social responsibility and UBS………………………………………….5 Steps taken for further improvement……………………………………………..12 Recommendations ………………………………………………………………….15 Concluding remarks…………………………………………………………………16 References Introduction Since the 1990s, there has been a growing demand from private and institutional stakeholders for a corporate ethical environment and social accountability (Palmer... Ethical policy, corporate social responsibility and larger social impact (intentional or unintentional) within UBS and the value it creates (or possibly destroys) for the...
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Task 1-Local social inequality is increasingly disrupting community life and destroying people's sense of belonging. Do you agree with this statement What evidence supports your view
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...According to AOL finance, the current beta for the stock in Amazon is currently at 25% (AOL Finance, . Amazon’s stock is expected to rise .25%percent on up days, but on down days, Amazon’s stock is expected to drop down .25%. To better understand what this means, the below explanation concerning stock beta will paint a much clearer picture, enabling this to make sense. A stock’s beta is a way for an investor to have some sort of a prediction as to what the stocks are going to do on the market. While it is not an absolute full proof way to have a handle on the market, it is good enough. Different investors may also have different beta formulas as to how they will determine the activity... to AOL...
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Choose an issue of importance to youthe issue could be personal, school related, local, political, or international in scopeand write an essay in which you explain the significance of that issue to yourself, your family, your community, or your gene
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...communication and even entertainment, or it is the efficiency of having a word processor that is way better than the traditional typewriter, it can be seen that the computer has revolutionized the way people live. The worries However, even as the computer has had so many positive benefits, it also has brought in some worries that some people continue to think may bring in a social apocalypse in the future. The computer technology is probably the only technology that has... Technology and Society Introduction Technology has for a long time affected the way people live, what they eat, how they playand how they work. Since the dawn of civilization millions of years ago, there have been many technological...
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Visit a community agency or family support services
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...community agency or family support services I recently visited a local community agency which offered health services to the poor and needy.I experienced a very unique outing because it was different for me in the sense that I gained a great deal of knowledge on how the doctors and the medical staff worked and what they thought of as priority within their respective lives. This local community agency gave free medical treatment to the under-privileged and served the masses of the community, which indeed was a blessing for these people. I was happy that I worked for this local community agency for a day and gained insight into how things shaped up at this place. As far as this local community...
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Choose an issue of importance to youthe issue could be personal, school related, local, political, or international in scopeand write an essay in which you explain the significance of that issue to yourself, your family, your community, or your gene
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...The Sudden Loss of My Grandmother Introduction Life as I have come to know is full of ups and downs most of which come unexpectedly and they affect the way we live or conduct ourselves, and not matter how much we may try, we can never prepare ourselves enough to handle certain situations. An example of such unexpected situation is the loss of a loved one, who meant a lot to one’s life and his or her unexpected departure leaves someone with feelings of sorrow and grief. Equally, in life we are bound to get attached to certain people and it could either be a family member or a friend and the sudden loss of someone this special will always have a devastating effect on us more so in the first... Sudden...
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Local Businesses That Are Socially Responsible
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...Local Businesses that are Socially Responsible: Starbucks Identify a business in your community that is practicingsome form of social responsibility Starbucks has reportedly established as much as 17,244 stores worldwide (The New York Times). Its official website clearly indicates that in 2012 it has again been included for the sixth consecutive year as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies as awarded by the Ethisphere Institute (Starbucks Corporation). Likewise, the organization was also awarded as one of the World’s Most Admired Companies with a ranking of 5 from among the top 50 in best in social responsibility (CNN Money). One could almost always...
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Local Economic Development
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...Local Economic Development Local economic development professionals have to focus sensitizing the community members to engage in community activities, which are appreciated at a global scene. This includes organizing community groups to practice local projects, which contribute towards globalization. For example, community groups may be guided to establish an internet center within their reach, which will act as a means of communication and finding what is happening at a global scene. Further, the center will facilitate in education of the...
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Local Practices
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...community and thus, opted to stay put, raise her five children and now, her grandchildren in the same residential area. When asked how they address illnesses in the family, she responded by saying that for her grandchildren’s fever, coughs or flu, she gives the traditional over-the-counter drugs that she had known to use for years. When fever persists, she brings her grandchildren to the local community hospital for check-up. They said none of the family members have any health insurance coverage and thus, makes it difficult for them to rely on frequent visits to the doctor. For her hypertension and diabetes, she said that she does not take any regular... ? Local Health Practices of African Americans al...
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Planning (Local Development Framework)
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...local area. These are prepared by the district councils, unitary authorities and local park authorities. LDF and RSS together shall shape the development planning system in a community. One key aspect of the new system is the role of local community involvement in the plan making process. The Local Development Framework (LDF) will include several Development Plan Documents (DPDs) and a number of Supplementary Planning Documents (SPDs). The Development Plan Documents, along with the Mayor of London's London Plan, Development Plan and will be the basis upon which all planning decisions are made. The main DPDs in LDF are as follows: Statement of Community Involvement (SCI... Government of England has made...
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Community Development Corporation
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...Community development: DynCorp International Corporation Community development is one of the most upcoming industries in the modern world. This is mainly because of the need for sustainable development. This being the case, many companies have come up many as Nongovernmental organizations while there are those that are partially owned by the government. Community development may be viewed as the active involvement of people from local communities to develop issues that affect their life (DeFilippis, & Saegert, 8). This paper looks at DynCorp International Corporation which has been in the fore front of...
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Wall Mart - Community
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...COMMUNITY Terms of Reference This report aims at verifying claims that have about Wall Mart as to whether it destroys the local communities within which it does business. The report should investigate the whether or not Wall Mart pay low wages, abuse workers, intimidate shoppers destroys Main Street and puts Americans out of jobs. The report should confirm if these accusations have made Wall Mark find it difficult to open stores that would have provided higher paying jobs and made many people to access wonderful good and services that the people previously found difficult to access. The report should explore the issues, give make conclusions, and give... that the actual influence of Wall Mart...
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Community studies
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...Community development involves all processes applied with an aim to improve the various aspects of a local community. This can be implemented by activists, civic leaders, citizens and other professionals. The major focus is provision of skills to the community members through social institutions that help them improve their living conditions. To this end, formulation and implementation of sustainable practices is necessary. Sustainable practices aim at meeting community needs while preserving the environment. This essay will explore how we can apply sustainable practices in community...
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Make One Up for Community Policing
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...community members and the police force. With the objective to improve the relationship between the local community and the police, enhance a relevant community policing culture and promote good basis of dignity, respect and understanding between the police and the community in general. The Police/Community Relations Committee should be operational in most parts of a country. For example, in the United States, California has had the introduction of Community Safety Partnerships in its top Divisions. This has seen the involvement of Local Government’s senior officers. Some supportive agencies have pledged support... ?Community Policing Community policing goes hand in hand with the fact that high community...
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LOCAL VANCOUVER ISLAND TOURISM - PARTICIPATION AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO QUALITY OF LIFE
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...LocaL Vancouver Island Tourism Participation And It’s Relationship To Quality Of Life’ was undertaken byLaurel Sliskovic. Looking from the wider perspective of local tourism, it is important to know how the participation of people in local tourism influences the quality of life and promotes sustainability of resources within the community of Vancouver Island. Moreover, the research topic has greatly facilitated in drawing attention of the local authority and the tourism industry towards the less focused area of local tourism as against domestic tourism. The thematic exploration of local tourism with regard to the quality of life becomes significant as its... Critique of the thesis A research study on...
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Community survey
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...local government has initiated many crime control programs like Operation Convoy, Jetway and Pipeline that increased checks and controls on the movement of vehicles on land and water. There are however, very few community... ?Guidelines Community Assessment Project and Paper Introduction Berwyn Heights is a town in the Prince George’s County, in Maryland. This is near Ohio and Baltimore railroad and is home to urban middle class families. It has a multicultural community predominantly comprising of Whites with African Americans, Asians and Hispanics as minorities. A wide income and lifestyle disparity was observed in the community on the basis of ethnic origins. It was also observed that the town has a...
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Local Development Frameworks
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...local plans, and unitary development plans are often replaced by local development frameworks prepared by district and unitary authorities (Carmona and Gallent, p. 32). The Local Development Framework is a separate but complimentary folder of planning documents (Kerrier, 2006). It sets out the social, economic, and environmental objectives for a specific area, drawing heavily on the community strategies, which local authorities and their partners have prepared. With land, the LDF sets out strategies for achieving these objectives. There are other related strategies, which the content of LDF takes... THE ROLE OF LOCAL DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORKS IN INFLUENCING THE REAL E DEVELOPMENT PROCESS Introduction ...
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Community Project
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...local community of about 553 developed clinical cases of measles. This represents about 20% of the local community was affected. The population mainly constituted the young energetic individuals that contribute to the productivity of the country hence the economy. Moreover, measles medication is finance intensive. These factors combined have a big impact on economic growth and development of the country. The other effect of measles is death, which in turn reduces the productive portion of the population in the community. Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome is a contagious disease that is spread through direct contact with the infected... Nursing al Affiliation) TASK TWO Communicable diseases The recent...
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Module 5 Case - LOCAL FIRE DEPARTMENT/LAW ENFORCEMENT PARTNERSHIPS
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...Local Fire Department/Law Enforcement Partnerships Local Fire Department/Law Enforcement Partnerships How Does the Local Law Enforcer Handle a Case of Suspected Terrorism? In the backdrop of terrorism within America is the September 11, 2001, attacks that exposed flaws in law enforcement efforts. Following these attacks, the local law enforcement was identified as the best placed agency to police suspected local terrorism cases. This is because local law enforcement agencies had previous success in community policing and the prerequisite structures and resources to...
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Local Government assignment
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...Local Government Assignment Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Task 3 Question 3 Question 2 4 Question 3 5 Question 4 7 Question 5 7 Task 2 7 Task 3 8 Task 4 8 References 10 Task 1 Question 1 The local councils of England are multifarious and complex in pattern with varied allocation of operations due to local arrangements. The local councils of England are entirely responsible for providing full range of services to its local community members. The varieties of services offered include education, quality transport services, disabled services for children, discretionary services, pension services, consumer protection services (e.g. health services), maintaining cultural heritage, tourism... ...
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Race in your community
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...COMMUNITY of essay’s assignment is due In analyzing the diversity of races in my community, I discovered that the relations between people of different races are tolerable and moderate with a few exceptions. In recent years, there has been an increased need in improving race relations. This is caused by the fact that race diversity in continually expanding in non-controlled environments. Such acceptance of other races is vital to personal growth of individuals within the community (Gregory & Sanjek, 1994, pp. 12 - 34). This review shows how the local community has been changed due to promising diversity. Discussion I am a black male who was born in a developed country... Running head: RACE AND YOUR...
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Community Communication
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...community that have the most profound use of technology must sought after for advice as they are the gurus of the mindset of their customers. Further, if the technology is available to the community at all times, the road towards change through advancement in communication technology will be promoted. Therefore, if the above mentioned practices are ensured and such services are also guaranteed, the community support for technology will face a boom. Also, local capabilities and skills will used at the optimum level in the creating a plan for the respective change through communication media (Washington State School Directors’ Association). In order to achieve successful development... ?Community...
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Ecotourism and community development
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...local communities to promote environmental conservation through soil conservation and reforestation. The centre therefore aims at establishing a sustainable ecosystem that benefits people and other inhabitants of the environment. The research project aimed at establishing the effects of ecotourism on the local communities with Sirinart Rajini and Prachaup Khiri as the focus. The project also aimed at establishing the attitude of the local population... ?Ecotourism and Community Development Conclusion In the past decade, Thailand’s tourism sector has achieved many developments due to an increase in the number of tourists visiting the country. Domestic tourism has also grown tremendously due to...
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Canadian Local Governments
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...local government, which is generically responsible for policy matters that directly relate to the local grass root communities, whether in the rural or urban areas2. Just like the other upper levels of government, it has its own leadership structures comprising of commissions, boards, agencies, and political institutions with leaders like mayors, directors... Canadian local governments Defined as administrative bodies covering small areas geographically, local governments around the world are typically in control over specific cities, counties, towns, states, and villages. Though they cannot enact laws that touch on wider areas, local governments can elect their leaders and engage in many activities...
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Schoolsand community
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...community with spirit, joy, and song, encouraging members to fully participate in the cherished rituals and practices of our faith. •Kehillah (“Community”): We join together as a diverse congregation, bound by a common desire to belong to and support our Jewish community in times of joy and sorrow, need and plenty. •Tikkun Olam (“World healing”): We share a commitment to advance the welfare of the members of our congregation and our local community, the People of Israel and of the world. •Kedushah (“Sanctity”): We sanctify life’s sacred moments, from birth to death, through tradition and ceremonies... The reform congregation at TBE Synagogue is a vibrant, welcoming community and a place where Jews gather ...
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Schoolsand Community
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...community with spirit, joy, and song, encouraging members to fully participate in the cherished rituals and practices of our faith. •Kehillah (“Community”): We join together as a diverse congregation, bound by a common desire to belong to and support our Jewish community in times of joy and sorrow, need and plenty. •Tikkun Olam (“World healing”): We share a commitment to advance the welfare of the members of our congregation and our local community, the People of Israel and of the world. •Kedushah (“Sanctity”): We sanctify life’s sacred moments, from birth to death, through tradition and ceremonies that unite... ?The reform congregation at TBE Synagogue is a vibrant, welcoming community and a place where ...
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Social responsibilities and ethics
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...local community Businesses have social responsibility to the community and they are therefore involved in community development to fulfil this obligation. This involvement has several impacts in that community both positive and negative. Some of them are empowerment, assimilation, social organization and coexistence among others (Gonzalez-Perez and Leonard, 2013, pg. 245). The first of these impacts is empowerment of the community as they become independent and have ways to earn livelihood or even get the basic amenities they lacked easily. This empowerment will free their time for other gainful... Social responsibilities and ethics Affiliation: Identification of key impacts that businesses have on the...
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Voter Turnout in Local Election
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...local government, so they have ceased any type of involvement in their community political system, most of all among these local elections. As a result, many incumbents are running unchallenged and seemingly... ? Voter Turnout in Local Elections Voter Turnout in Local Elections When it comes to media coverage and politics, it is no secret that national elections garner much of the attention. The Presidential election season in the United States, for example has stretched into an almost two year affair, often with non-stop coverage being granted from coast to coast. As such, when local elections come around, many citizens are simply burned out on politics, seldom get involved, and often do not even turn...
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Community Analysis
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...community encourages social participation. These values of socialization and social control enhance integration and unity of the community and it's an emphasis rooted to every member. There many ways in which members interact with each other, such as during the church service, other church events like weddings, death, birth, graduations, thanksgiving and fund raising. These are all opportunities of engaging with each other physically, emotionally and spiritually. Since The Pentecost Church of Edmonton has an international community as well as a local community, interactions take place with the Calgary and Lath bridge community in holding annual events where... ?Community Community The Church of Pentecost ...
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Community Development
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...local communities as units of action and which attempts to combine outside assistance with organized local self determination and effort and which correspondingly seek the stimulate local initiative and leadership as the primary instrument of change. In agricultural countries in the economically under developed areas, major emphasis is placed upon activities which aim at promotion of the improvement of the basic living conditions of the community including the satisfaction of some of its non-material needs (United Nations Documents E/CN5/29 programme of concerted Action in the social field of the United...
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Community Newspapers
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...community newspapers. Some people believe that community newspapers are slowly but surely loosing their role as main integral centers in the community. Community newspapers have been a central part of the US tradition. They have been attributed with the role of making neighborhoods in the more informed and more knowledgeable about their surroundings. They were also known as symbols of society's democratic nature. This was especially because of the fact that there could understand the goings on within their local community and this empowered them to make contributions... Introduction There are rising concerns that the internet is slowly replacing conventional news sources. However, this does not...
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Community Resources
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...local communities to achieve self-sufficiency, well-being, and develop self-confidence. Luckily, Berks County, Pennsylvania is the home to two different agencies which have the same goal of resolving crisis management, namely: BerksTALKLINE and Opportunity House. BerksTALKLINE With a mission of “providing free, confidential, nonjudgmental, skilled listening services to individuals, and assistance in assessing their options,” Berks TALKLINE’s hotline is available 12 hours a day, from 11 am to 11 pm, seven days a week. It was establish in order to create a positive impact on the various situations of its callers. By positive impact, this NGO allows each and every... Community Resources Section October...
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Community Solutions
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...local authorities to be utilized for ensuring a minimum of 200 days’ work for all those able-bodied persons who have been listed as poor. The form of work has to be fixed at local level, by the local administration in consultation with the community leaders, and according to the local resources available and prevailing local conditions and necessities... ?Poverty eradication has been the principal issue governments all over the world have to tackle with. It is one of the most complicated to solve problems. The right to live in this world, right for food and water, right for residence, right for education etc. are the evergreen slogans in the history of political movements that have happened in the world. ...
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The important of Civic Engagement & social capital and community capacity of Civic Engagement
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...community living within the City. Moreover, it would also entail a brief description of the overall activities of the project; that is, the specific activities that will be undertaken in the project and how they may impact on the local communities. The introductory section would also describe the ways in which the local communities may be engaged in the development project and the pertinence of using the identified engagement methods. Additionally, brief information concerning the period that would be taken to engage the local communities and the specific departments where the local communities shall be engaged. Engagement of the local Community: Under this section... CIVIC ENGAGEMENT al Affiliation)...
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