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The European School of Management and Technology, also known as ESMT Berlin, is a private, non-profit business school based in Berlin, Germany. The business school was founded in 2002 by 25 global companies and institutions, including Bosch, KPMG, Siemens and T-Mobile. ESMT Berlin offers various business master’s and doctoral degrees, as well as executive education in the form of open enrollment and customized programs.
ESMT Berlin is considered one of the most prestigious business schools in Europe, ranked #7 by the Financial Times and #12 by Bloomberg Businessweek. It is among the top 1% of business schools in the world. It is triple accredited by the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS), the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and the Association of MBAs (AMBA).
Curtin University is one of the largest and most multicultural universities in Western Australia. It offers students a truly international experience, quality education and the opportunity to live and study in one of the most diverse cities in the world.
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se inscribe en un ámbito más amplio definido por la Universidad palestina Al-Quds (AQU) y el capítulo israelí de la fundación “Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies” (ACBP) que,
A través de un curso universitario de lucha contra la corrupción en la Universidad de Birziet (Palestina), el capítulo de TI AMAN Coalition se dirigió a los jóvenes universitarios y elaboró el programa de estudios de una asignatura obligatoria
A través de un curso universitario de lucha contra la corrupción dictado en la Birzeit University de Palestina, el capítulo de TI AMAN Coalition llegó a jóvenes estudiantes universitarios y desarrolló los
con información sobre el desarrollo de las actividades, las relaciones entre el sector académico y las empresas, y la participación del Rector de la Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, como ponente principal.
con un avance sobre el desarrollo de las actividades, los vínculos entre el sector académico y las empresas y la participación del Rector de la Universidad Politécnica de Valencia como key-note speaker.
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Social acceptance of domestic violence against women is widespread in developing countries, and 36% of people believe it is justified in certain situations.Developing countries have greater social acceptance of domestic violence. / Photo: UnsplashEurekAlert | University of BristolListen to this article Your browser does not support the audio tag. Lea en español: Domestic violence is widely accepted in most developing countries
The study was done using demographic and health surveys conducted between 2005-2017, researchers at the University of Bristol analyzed data from 1.17 million men and women in 49 low- and middle-income countries.
These findings, published in the journal PLOS ONE and funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Future Research Leaders award, will help shape national and international strategies to prevent domestic violence.
Overall, social acceptance of domestic violence was highest in South Asia with almost half of the population (47%) justifying it and in Sub-Saharan Africa (38%), compared to Latin America and the Caribbean (12%), Europe and Central Asia (29 percent).
Session 1 – People’s Health, COP26 the People’s Summit of the Americas
2018: Kari Lancaster , UNSW Australia, for her paper ‘ A more accurate understanding of drug use: a critical analysis of wastewater analysis technology for drug policy ‘.
2016: Thu Vuong , UNSW Australia, for her paper ‘ Economic evaluation comparing compulsory in-center drug rehabilitation with community-based methadone treatment in Hai Phong City, Vietnam ‘.
2015: Laura Atuesta , Drug Policy Program, Centro de Investigación Docencia Económicas (CIDE), Mexico, with her paper entitled ‘ Narco-messages’ as a way to analyze the evolution of organized crime in Mexico ‘.
2014: L olitha Jaikar , Stella Maris College, India and International Federation of Catholic Universities, France, with her paper entitled ‘Policies and practices of drug use in India: a situational analysis’.