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  • outcry
  • Past wrongdoings by previous legislators, however unpardonable, do not detract from the necessity of stopping further damage being done today and, thankfully, we have seen neighbours, local councils, eNGOs and well-meaning people voice their indignant outcry against the planned skyscrapers at Tignè and Mrieħel. (dinlarthelwa.org)
  • But some observers fear the lesser-known monuments still on the list may be low-hanging fruit, ripe for repeal or downsizing with little public outcry. (backpacker.com)
  • lands
  • From the beginning, the review has been a guessing game as to which monuments are actually being targeted, how the review is being conducted, whose voices will be heard, and what is driving Zinke's decisions," wrote Jenny Rowland, research and advocacy manager for the Public Lands Project at the center. (backpacker.com)
  • Revised Statute 2477 (Section 8 of the Mining Act of 1866) is a federal law that authorized construction of roads across federal public lands. (u4wda.org)
  • The right of way for the construction of highways over public lands, not reserved for public uses, is hereby granted. (u4wda.org)
  • The Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (FLPMA) established a process for designating Wilderness Study Areas (WSAs) on public lands. (u4wda.org)
  • When Alaska hunters travelled to Washington DC with concerns about loss of hunting opportunity on public lands, in contrast to what the ad would have us believe, Mark Begich did not respond as a Senator who supports hunting or hunting opportunity. (peninsulaclarion.com)
  • heard
  • While Zinke and the White House have cast the review process as an opportunity for the public to make its opinion heard in the face of government overreach, it remains to be seen if the current administration is ready to listen. (backpacker.com)
  • 1. If you have a topic that you would like addressed at the board meeting: The most effective way to have your voice heard is to have your request placed on the agenda by the district office. (rschooltoday.com)
  • If I heard correctly, the additional public meetings were canceled because there supposedly wasn't time for proper advance notice to the public. (flascience.org)
  • It is a bedrock principle of our democracy, and this flawed ruling silences the voice of tens of thousands of Venturans who desired nothing more than the right to be heard. (reason.org)
  • Make your voice heard in the debate on the future of agriculture before 2nd of May! (euractiv.com)
  • One of the strongest voices to be heard comes from Ted Hill MBE, CEO of the British Polio Fellowship. (acornstairlifts.com)
  • 2017
  • In the spring of 2017, the association established a PPE council, which advises RNAO on all areas related to anchoring patient, family caregiver and public engagement in the organization's overall goals, including advancing healthy public policy. (rnao.ca)
  • In 2017, I was selected to become an Allied Health Professions for Public Health (AHPs4PH) advocate completing a local public health service improvement project. (csp.org.uk)
  • 2016
  • With its long history of involving patients, its members, and the public in its activities, RNAO launched a Patient and Public Engagement (PPE) strategy in October 2016 to create a comprehensive framework and identify areas for their involvement. (rnao.ca)
  • To address this, the Government introduced a quota in 2016: in local public institutions, 25% of seats are to be reserved for women, ensuring an improved female representation in the public sector. (ft.lk)
  • reduction
  • In the 12 months that have followed, there has been a swell in public support for a reduction in plastic use as well as numerous campaigns and stories on recycling, reusable cups, and drinking water stations. (britishscienceassociation.org)
  • Seven members of Voice for the Reduction of Poverty , Guest Columnists Published 5:00 a.m. (tennessean.com)
  • A Voice for the Reduction of Poverty is pleased to announce that an overwhelming majority of Mayoral and At-Large Council candidates, and many running for District Council seats, have pledged to support a series of both overarching principles and specific policy recommendations that aim to ensure that all Nashvillians can benefit from our city's extraordinary economic growth. (tennessean.com)
  • people
  • Obviously more Bermudians voted NO, NO. So many people share a similar opinion as me. (bernews.com)
  • No such opportunity was given to the people of Malta to warn against the irreversible negative effect of such monstrously-scaled structures, which are so alien to our traditional landscape, if allowed to sprout out of the centre of the island destroying the best view of the gently sweeping terrain from Valletta to Mdina. (dinlarthelwa.org)
  • At the same time the colonies were advertising for talent from Great Britain-places like Canada, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia had very active embassies in the UK at that time, recruiting people to bring their talent, come overseas, build a new life-and my parents saw opportunity in that. (bcmj.org)
  • The key thing to remember is that PPI is a mechanism that fosters communication with people who have lived experience of specific health issues (i.e. patients, carers, family members etc), and ensures their voice and insight helps inform translational research. (imperial.ac.uk)
  • Some people may be able to involve patients or the public at every stage of this cycle, while for other projects involvement may be limited to one or two stages. (imperial.ac.uk)
  • Remember, the greater the diversity of people you involve, the richer the opinions you will get in return. (imperial.ac.uk)
  • Order
  • In an article titled First Year of the China Factor published on Christmas day in a Chinese-language publication, Academia Sinica research fellow Wu Jieh-min (吳介民) said that China has been using a "cross-strait political-commercial alliance" comprised of financial groups and pro-China organizations to interfere in Taiwan's elections, and in doing so, influencing policymaking, public discourse and political order. (taipeitimes.com)
  • find
  • But I felt differently: I wanted to find a public voice, to communicate to a wider audience, and I wanted to become something of an advocate for classical music in this day and age. (elsewhere.co.nz)
  • I was able to champion research within the trust and find opportunities to develop my research interests and profile. (csp.org.uk)
  • available
  • My parents were a young couple at the time, with two boys-me and my younger brother-and they wondered what opportunities would be available for young men in the country if the main industry was starting to tank. (bcmj.org)
  • comes
  • The large opportunity comes from three main sources: raising the female-to-male ratio of labour-force participation, increasing the number of hours women work, and growing the number of women working in higher-productivity sectors. (ft.lk)
  • Board
  • The County Board and the public should heed Health System CEO William Foley's clear- eyed report that the recent abrupt further reductions in the health budget will wreak havoc. (hmprg.org)
  • Under most circumstances, you will be provided an opportunity to address the board on your item of interest. (rschooltoday.com)
  • Access
  • At the event, Transport for London announced that they would be investing £75 million into further developing disabled access to their public transportation options, with a focus upon accessibility to underground stations. (acornstairlifts.com)
  • provides
  • Endorsement maintenance provides the opportunity to harmonize specifications and to ensure that an endorsed measure represents the "best in class. (qualityforum.org)
  • HIV provides an opportunity to understand that safety lays grounds for confidentiality, privacy and security in our lives. (blogspot.com)
  • interests
  • Environmental groups with strong conservation interests also often want to participate in public land and route management decisions. (u4wda.org)
  • These are both private and public interests. (blogspot.com)
  • help
  • It's like the time this homeschooling mom was trying to start up conversation with me and babbled on about how her kids don't go to public school because she doesn't believe in evolution, I couldn't help but laugh in her face, it was so mind-boggling. (flascience.org)
  • With this in mind, the next sections help with identifying opportunities in your research (i.e. when and why to involve), deciding who to involve, and evaluating and reporting the outcome. (imperial.ac.uk)
  • What challenge or activity could public or patient insight help with? (imperial.ac.uk)
  • project
  • This project seeks to identify and endorse measures for public reporting and quality improvement that specifically address the care of the surgical patient and surgical procedures. (qualityforum.org)
  • time
  • It was late July, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke was visiting the site in New Mexico as part of his review of National Monuments, and Reppenhagen, Rocky Mountain director of the nonprofit Vet Voice Foundation , was in charge of showing him around the area's petroglyphs and other ancient sites in the limited time he had. (backpacker.com)
  • Unfortunately, this is the second local initiative in California to be pulled from the November 2014 ballot, after a judge in Pacific Grove decided that reforms to their public safety pension in 2002 were legally enacted , even though key information was hidden from the city council at the time. (reason.org)
  • We may suggest that Blue Planet II is responsible for this seemingly overnight shift in public attitudes, but the real reason is surely much more complex than that - and in reality, this shift was happening for a long time before Blue Planet II hit our screens. (britishscienceassociation.org)
  • comment
  • But following a review of 654,197 of the 2.7 million comments submitted during the public comment period, the Center for Western Priorities said it found that 98 percent supported keeping monuments as they are. (backpacker.com)
  • communities
  • Federal over-reach, however, is the biggest threat to hunters in Alaska, and we have first-hand experience in the way in which Mark Begich aligns himself with federal policies that have taken away hunter opportunity that is a foundation of our communities and offer a key to our future sustainability both economically and culturally. (peninsulaclarion.com)
  • present
  • The person should gauge how much events, images, words, laws, social norms, and experiences present opportunities or barriers to maintaining a healthy sense of self. (blogspot.com)
  • The China factor has been consistently present in public discourse in Taiwan for the past 12 years, and it has gradually been assuming a more important place within that discourse, although it is true that it was discussed more in the run-up to, and immediate aftermath of, presidential elections. (taipeitimes.com)
  • research
  • I used that opportunity to develop my research knowledge and skills and then got a place on the NIHR /HEE MSc in clinical research methods at the University of Leeds. (csp.org.uk)
  • And w ithin the research stage pages above, w e've outlined some other reported benefits of involving the public at each of the stages. (imperial.ac.uk)
  • return
  • In the long run, moving to a new defined-contribution system would protect taxpayers from unfunded liabilities and investment return risks in public retirement systems. (reason.org)
  • decisions
  • More importantly, we have had a movement from civil society that is standing up to legislators and telling them that it has rights too and that, as citizens of the European Union, the right to public participation in decisions which affect the environment we live in is sacrosanct. (dinlarthelwa.org)
  • influence
  • Earlier on, the focus had been on the "external" influence of China, concentrating on Beijing's application of pressure on Taiwan internationally, and Taiwan's opportunities and pitfalls as a result of China's economic progress. (taipeitimes.com)
  • systems
  • We're a 33-year old 501c3 nonprofit that operates as an independent, freestanding center driven by a singular mission: formulating health policy, advocacy and health systems to enhance the health of the public. (hmprg.org)