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  • 2018
  • The World Health Organisation stated in July 2018 that trans people should not be longer regarded as having a mental disorder. (ilga-europe.org)
  • refugees
  • In other words, for the first time, the UN is thinking about offshore processing for refugees heading to Europe. (smh.com.au)
  • He could transfer his 'solution' to the European theatre of war: tow-backs, long periods of detention at a 'processing centre' in Somalia with attendant riots, physical and mental deterioration, doses of terrorising from local guards, refoulement, cancellation of legal assistance, then eventual resettlement for genuine refugees in the Democratic Republic of Congo. (smh.com.au)
  • young people
  • On the other hand, a large number of Europeans, particularly high-qualified young people, work in jobs that do not match their talents and aspirations. (europa.eu)
  • Working in the European alliance for apprenticeships , Cedefop strongly advocates work-based learning for adults and young people as a way of developing skills relevant to the labour market. (europa.eu)
  • Since 2004 the Environment and Health Process has been engaging young people in the protection of their future health. (who.int)
  • Through its sustained commitment to youth engagement, the Process supported the establishment in 2014 of the European Environment and Health Youth Coalition (EEHYC), a new international nongovernmental organization that gives a voice to young people, promotes their understanding of the links between environment and health and advocates youth participation in decision-making processes in these fields. (who.int)
  • We must ensure that young people are fully engaged in decisions on environment and health policies that affect their lives and those of the future generations," said Dr Zsuzsanna Jakab, WHO Regional Director for Europe, at the International Youth Conference on Environment, Health and Mobility, organized by EEHYC. (who.int)
  • Furthermore, UNECE appreciates the strong involvement of young people, who will need to carry on our battles in the future," said Marco Keiner, Director, Environmental Division, UNECE, at a joint session with the Youth Conference and the European Environment and Health Task Force. (who.int)
  • We need to strengthen youth involvement in the process by activating youth groups, implementing youth-led watchdog mechanisms and creating volunteer and work opportunities in environment and health for young people," added Dovilė Adamonytė, Vice President of EEHYC. (who.int)
  • Conference participants elaborated and collectively endorsed the Youth Position Paper on Environment and Health, including a Youth Commitment to Act, with suggestions on strengthening the involvement of youth representatives in decision-making and how young people can help to implement environment and health activities. (who.int)
  • Through the Parma Declaration on Environment and Health, adopted at the Fifth Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health in 2010, Member States in the WHO European Region are committed to involving young people in policy formulation and the implementation of environment and health objectives. (who.int)
  • The Science of Happiness session brought together youth perspectives along with expert opinions regarding the happiness, mental health and emotional maturity of young people today. (embracingtheworld.org)
  • AYUDH is dedicated to translating these conclusions into action by continuing to provide opportunities for young people to develop personally as they participate in service projects. (embracingtheworld.org)
  • A space for young people to start new lives. (stormfront.org)
  • Young people make up the segment of society that has the greatest potential to benefit from policies and health initiatives based on sound research and information. (who.int)
  • This book provides high-quality information valuable to all who work for and with children and adolescents - be they policy-makers, planners and practitioners, educators, parents or care givers - and of course to young people themselves. (who.int)
  • Unghugar (literally "young minds") is a society where young people with mental disorders get support from their peers. (europa.eu)
  • The idea is to address and meet the needs of young people with mental disorders or other related problems. (europa.eu)
  • In any case, it is helpful for them to meet other young people who have similar experience. (europa.eu)
  • delegates
  • Austrian Ministers, WHO, UNECE and youth delegates at the sixth meeting of the European Environment and Health Task Force in Vienna, Austria. (who.int)
  • MEPs and delegates of the European disability movement made interventions highlighting that legal and administrative barriers, inaccessible processes and information, and a lack of awareness about political rights can deny persons with disabilities the opportunity to participate in the political lives of their communities. (eud.eu)
  • After the presentations, round of interventions by MEPs and delegates of the European disability movement took place. (eud.eu)
  • youth
  • During the Youth Conference she noted that only about a quarter of Member States in the WHO European Region have reported youth engagement in the Environment and Health Process. (who.int)
  • Robert Westmore (Milan, Italy) is with AYUDH Europe where he coordinates all tree planting activities and is the Project Manager of the National Youth Leaders. (embracingtheworld.org)
  • Africa
  • Italian authorities estimate that there are 800,000 people sitting on the coast of Africa, waiting for a chance to cross. (smh.com.au)
  • In the modern period, especially since the mid-20th century, large numbers of people have immigrated from other continents, particularly Africa and Asia. (britannica.com)
  • thesis
  • In her undergraduate thesis, she studied foreign policy decision-making among the Central and Eastern European members of the European Union as they prepared for EU accession--a topic she continues to research. (princeton.edu)
  • My thesis is that these people brought most of the R1a DNA (Particularly the M17 marker) to Norway. (blogspot.com)
  • peoples
  • Nevertheless, Europe today remains preeminently the homeland of various European peoples. (britannica.com)
  • Efforts have been made to characterize different "ethnic types" among European peoples, but these are merely selectively defined physical traits that, at best, have only a certain descriptive and statistical value. (britannica.com)
  • What I mean is that I believe that the natural counter reaction to the accelerated fusion between the European peoples and nations will manifest itself by us becoming more conscious to that diversity. (stormfront.org)
  • disabilities
  • On the 6th of December EUD participated at the 4th edition of a major event - the European Parliament of Persons with Disabilities (EPPD) organised by the European Disability Forum (EDF) and the European Parliament (EP). (eud.eu)
  • The EPPD was a landmark event and a unique opportunity for European citizens with disabilities to have a dialogue with their elected representatives and speak up for their rights. (eud.eu)
  • EUD staff and EUD Board Members were present to discuss the rights of persons with disabilities to vote and participate in political and public life, to have an overview of the European Disability Strategy 2020-2030 and the implementation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UN CRPD) and the Sustainable Development Goas (SDGs) by the European Union (EU). (eud.eu)
  • Throughout all EDF existence, the European Parliament has always been a strong and vocal defender of the human rights of persons with disabilities. (eud.eu)
  • Over the last two legislatures, the European Parliament promoted and protected the rights of persons with disabilities during legislation negotiations on the right to equal access to the internet, to transport or to independent living, as well as on the structural funds - in line with the provisions of the UN CRPD. (eud.eu)
  • The first panel, co-chaired by Ádám Kósa, co-President of the EP Disability intergroup, Marek Plura, Vice President of the EP Disability Intergroup and Maureen Piggot, EDF Executive Committee, focused on political participation of persons with disabilities. (eud.eu)
  • It was highlighted that it is crucial to ensure full participation in political and public life for persons with disabilities. (eud.eu)
  • It encourages to ensure that polling stations are accessible to all persons with disabilities and that voting procedures (including for remote voting) are accessible and easy to understand. (eud.eu)
  • Election campaign facilities and materials, political debates, political party programmes and websites must be accessible to, and inclusive of, persons with disabilities. (eud.eu)
  • It should include 2021 as the next European Year of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the conclusion of the CRPD by the EU. (eud.eu)
  • Moreover, the Strategy, should be the establishment of a structured dialogue with persons with disabilities and their representative organisations with an independent budget line. (eud.eu)
  • FRA will speak during a workshop on deinstitutionalisation, presenting the findings of the Agency's recent reports which look at commitments and funding for deinstitutionalisation, as well as the outcomes for people with disabilities. (europa.eu)
  • organisations
  • At the heart of everything we do at EFSA is a community of people - our scientists, our partner organisations in Member States and beyond, and our staff. (europa.eu)
  • Particularly
  • In her graduate studies at Princeton, she is particularly interested in the relationship of these factors to the processes of EU integration and expansion to Eastern Europe. (princeton.edu)
  • origins
  • I am aware that the majority of people might not agree with me, yet I think that ajvar (relish, made principally from red bell peppers), kajmak (cheese similar to clotted cream), duvan čvarci (a kind of porc crisps), and pihtije (aspic-like dish made from porc) are authentic Serbian foods - in spite of their Oriental origins. (southeast-europe.eu)
  • migrants
  • Greece too is under siege, with the government saying 15,000 undocumented migrants last year attempted to enter Europe. (smh.com.au)
  • large
  • The Digital skills and jobs coalition bringing together Member States and education, employment and industry stakeholders to develop a large digital talent pool and ensure that individuals and the labour force in Europe are equipped with adequate digital skills. (europa.eu)
  • Jews
  • As Mr. Frank began to read the diary, it flashed back to July 1942 in an attic in Amsterdam because this was where the people were hiding and represented the type of place that Jews all over were living. (4freeessays.com)
  • However, Heberer (2002) writes what could be interpreted as an apologist explanation as to why some deaf people turned deaf Jews over to the Nazis, explaining they did not have access to much news, and dismissed anti-Nazi information as enemy propaganda. (gallaudet.edu)
  • As the climate of hate worsened, teachers of the deaf reported their students for sterilization or abortion in compliance with the 1933 and 1935 racial hygiene laws, which declared Jews, Gypsies, and disabled people to be "unfit" (Friedlander, 2002, p. 31). (gallaudet.edu)
  • socially
  • It is common for people with mental disorders to be socially excluded and at times it can get very difficult to get back in touch with society. (europa.eu)
  • report
  • At the same time, 40% of European employers report that they cannot find people with the right skills to grow and innovate. (europa.eu)
  • This international report should reach all key people with an interest in or responsibility for promoting young people's health. (who.int)
  • several
  • I thought this was a very interesting play about several groups of people and how they were able to survive up in the attic for about 4 years in the attic with almost only themselves. (4freeessays.com)
  • In order to maximise concerted European investments, she is coordinating several European vaccine research projects which aim to harmonise and set up rationale decision making criteria. (euvaccine.eu)
  • It's several thousand years too late to start separating people based on sub-race. (stormfront.org)
  • lack
  • According to studies, 70 million Europeans lack adequate reading and writing skills, and even more have poor numeracy and digitals skills. (europa.eu)
  • make
  • All these people gave their own personality and views to add new dimensions to the play and make it more enjoyable. (4freeessays.com)
  • The aim is to ensure that people develop a broad set of skills from early on in life and to make the most of Europe's human capital, which will ultimately boost employability, competitiveness and growth in Europe. (europa.eu)
  • I invite Member States, social partners and businesses to work together with us and make this New skills agenda for Europe a success. (europa.eu)
  • A review of the European qualifications framework for a better understanding of qualifications and to make better use of all available skills in the European labour market. (europa.eu)
  • These values have to be translated into concrete actions, to enable every person to live an independent life, and to make sure that our society empowers everyone. (eud.eu)
  • culture
  • With such small numbers it doesnt take too many East Europeans or Portugese to move here and change our National Identity and Culture. (stormfront.org)
  • Even if Europe becomes a full blooded Federation tomorrow, with its own defensive and foreign policy, the English language and the English culture will absolutely dominate. (stormfront.org)
  • studies
  • Andrea Everett studies the role of public opinion, bureaucracy and other domestic influences on international politics, with a focus on European politics and the transatlantic relationship. (princeton.edu)
  • Body
  • Message Body (Your Name) thought you would like to see the European Respiratory Society web site. (ersjournals.com)
  • This book is a fine addition to the small but growing body of evidence about how disabled people were treated in the Holocaust. (gallaudet.edu)
  • millions of people
  • Each year millions of people are forced to leave their homes and seek refuge from conflicts, violence, human rights violations, persecution, and natural disasters. (europa.eu)
  • director
  • The UNHCR's European director, Vincent Cochetel, was quoted saying: 'We would not be totally against external processing if certain safeguards were in place: the right to appeal, fair process, the right to remain while appeals take place. (smh.com.au)
  • Nath Hirsch is the Director of AYUDH Europe. (embracingtheworld.org)
  • full
  • In the sections about the treatment of deaf people specifically, we learn this history is full of contradictions. (gallaudet.edu)
  • particular
  • Any national cuisine is a collection of recipes, characteristic of a particular people. (southeast-europe.eu)
  • You shouldn't change recipes that date back more than 100 years, because I respect the people who have been producing foods in a particular way for generations. (southeast-europe.eu)
  • needs
  • A revision of the Europass framework, offering people better and easier-to-use tools to present their skills and get useful real-time information on skills needs and trends which can help with career and learning choices. (europa.eu)
  • Anyone who doesn't think there is a problem with open door immigration of other Europeans into the UK needs to visit big cities in England. (stormfront.org)