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LGBT Action Plan : annual progress report 2018 to 2019

LGBT Action Plan : annual progress report 2018 to 2019

Dysphoria Clinics to act as National Trans Health Units, with responsibility for managing a national network of gender dysphoria clinics. NHS England has also begun the process of identifying a number of locations across England that will offer an extended delivery model by trained healthcare professionals in local health settings, including sexual health services and primary care. NHS England will also fund the Royal College of Physicians to develop the United Kingdom’s first accredited training course in gender medicine, which will begin accepting recruits in 2019 to 2020. This summer the Government Equalities Office is commissioning research which will explore the nature of adolescents transitioning gender, how this has changed over time, and the reasons for the increase in adolescents, particularly natal girls, wanting to transition.
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The UK Government LGBT Action Plan : discourses of progress, enduring stasis, and LGBTQI+ lives 'getting better'

The UK Government LGBT Action Plan : discourses of progress, enduring stasis, and LGBTQI+ lives 'getting better'

The LGBT Action Plan pledges to examine ‘the impacts on children and adolescents of changing their gender’, making a specific commitment to ‘gather evidence on the issues faced by people assigned female at birth who transition in adolescence’ (GEO, 2018a: 9, emphasis ours). The Action Plan provides no evidence or rationale as to why those ‘assigned female at birth’, rather than all adolescents accessing gender-affirming clinical interventions, are the specific and sole policy focus here. This explicit yet unexplained focus on young people ‘assigned female at birth’ is therefore significant in policy terms, as is the broader focus on ‘impacts’ with implied negativity, because it denotes – and implicitly legitimises – contemporary contentious debates that position trans experience and gender diversity as a form of ‘social contagion’, particularly among youth assigned female at birth (see Serano, 2019). At this disjuncture, the differential discursive framing in the LGBT Action Plan between trans youth and cis LGBQ+ youth is particularly apparent; where homophobia and biphobia are framed as always unjustified and indefensible, through discursive silences and implicit biases there is a slipperiness of acceptability in the discourse pertaining to trans people – and trans youth in particular.
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2018 Buenos Aires Action Plan

2018 Buenos Aires Action Plan

16.   In  order  to  reap  the  full  benefits  of  technological  innovation,  we  will  continue  to  monitor  the   potential  risks  of  crypto-­‐assets  and  to  assess  multilateral  responses  as  needed.  We  acknowledge  there   is  an   urgent  need  for  an  effective  global,  risk-­‐based  response  to  the  AML/CFT  risks  associated  with  crypto-­‐ assets.  We  commit  to  applying  the  recently  amended   FATF  standards  for  crypto  and  other  virtual  assets   with  further  assistance  from  FATF.  We  look  forward  to  IOSCO’s  work  on  crypto-­‐asset  platforms.  We  are   also  committed  to  enhancing  cyber  resilience,  and  ask  the  FSB  to  report  to  the  2019  Summit  on  progress   on  its  initiative  identifying  effective  tools  relating  to  a  financial  institution’s  response  to  and  recovery   from  a  cyber  incident.  We  welcome  the  Bali  Fintech  Agenda.  
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ODCE Annual Report 2018

ODCE Annual Report 2018

• a member of the public made a complaint to the ODCE in relation to the conduct of two directors of a Dissolved Unliquidated Company . An examination of the activities of these directors found that there had been a failure to file annual returns in respect of 4 companies of which they were directors . As provided for under Section 957 of the 2014 Act an exchange of information took place between the ODCE and the Revenue Commissioners where the making of an application for a Disqualification Order in accordance with Section 842(h) of the 2014 Act was being contemplated . The Revenue Commissioners advised the ODCE of a default of €358,708 in tax and interest in respect of two of the companies . The last annual returns filed in respect of all companies recorded creditors totalling €466,476 in respect of two of the companies . A search indicated that there were 7 unsatisfied judgements registered against two of the companies . The directors did not contest the findings of the ODCE and did not take remedial measures to correct them . Both directors consented to Disqualification Undertakings for a period of 4 years .
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Annual Report. Faith in Action

Annual Report. Faith in Action

In 2019, Faith in Action reached many important milestones to serve the community better, support our dedicated volunteers, and show appreciation of our long-time employees. In February, the Lyndonville Office of Faith in Action moved to a more spacious and welcoming location at 101 Main Street; the move allowed for the opening of a new food pantry to serve community members on a weekly and emergency basis. The Cabot Office refinished the hardwood floors, upgraded computers, and purchased new shelving and refrigeration units. We all feel incredibly blessed to now be able to meet the needs of the community in facilities in both Cabot and Lyndonville that are truly warm and inviting.
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2019 / 2020 ANNUAL REPORT

2019 / 2020 ANNUAL REPORT

Giving back to our community is an important pillar in our corporate philosophy and a strong belief by all our associates. Quarterly initiatives as well as hosting the Coldest Night of the Year on February 22, 2020 in support of the Ottawa Mission remains one of higher staff involved commitments. Hosting and sponsorship of Bouge Bouge 5K Run as well as many partnerships with our local community to assist in fundraising for local charities through food and beverage sponsorships such as Gold Medal Plates. We welcomed the Annual Christmas Cheer Breakfast who found themselves in need of a new home. This event sold out in a few days with more than 800 participants from our local community ready to give back.
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Disability Service Plan Progress Report

Disability Service Plan Progress Report

In relation to Queensland arrangements for lifetime care and support for eligible National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) participants, QTT provides advice to shape policy to ensur[r]

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Eureka annual progress report 1996

Eureka annual progress report 1996

HIGH POWER LASERS FOR MATERIAL PROCESSING EU 205 Acronym: EUROLASER-EXCIMER Title: High power excimer lasers Participants: PartiCipants from organisations 1n· Frat1Ce Germany Greece Hung[r]

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Eureka annual progress report 1994

Eureka annual progress report 1994

'-1 N '-1 -i ;:u Cost of ongoing projects by area MECU .- ,z o0 > > -i / N .1:>- > s: o- N 0 w co w .1:>- o- w 6 Abbreviations used in this report: BIO Medical and Biotechnology COM Comm[r]

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Eureka annual progress report 1992

Eureka annual progress report 1992

Co nsequentl y Robo ti cs and Producti o n Automatio n is o ne o f the largest sec to rs in EUREKA Advanced Manufacturing and Factory Automation Of the 69 projects in thi s area , on e o[r]

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2019/2020 ANNUAL REPORT

2019/2020 ANNUAL REPORT

Ralph Brown, 2019/20 Ern & Les Rothschild Volunteer Award Winner Ralph has an excellent problem-solving mind and expert practical skills in both project work and bike building. Over the past nine years, as both a Freedom Wheels and Technical volunteer he has helped over 200 clients to achieve their goals. Ralph is a helpful team member and always ready to lend a hand.

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Caledon Environmental Progress Action Plan Update

Caledon Environmental Progress Action Plan Update

All Our Ideas: As a final stage to the engagement process, All Our Ideas -- an open sourced platform developed by Princeton University -- was used to allow staff and community members to rank between two randomly selected actions, as well as suggest new actions/initiatives to be considered for the final Action Plan. Almost 1,400 votes on over 60 actions were collected and considered in finalizing the plan.

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Annual Progress Report 2012

Annual Progress Report 2012

The   revision   of   the   logical   framework   was   focussed   on   the   formulation   of   results   and   indicators.   When   countries   were   then   asked   to   reconfirm   their   targets   based   on   the   revised   logical   framework,   target   setting   appeared  to  be  a  major  challenge.  There  are  many  possible  causes  and  despite  the  efforts  into  sorting  this  out,   it  remains  unclear  which  is  key.  One  cause  could  be  that  southern  partners  are  used  to  plan  in  isolation  and   that  genuine  alliance  thinking  in  terms  of  joint  planning  is  only  now  being  taken  up.  Another  reason  might  be   that  DWA  member  organisations  find  it  difficult  to  commit  themselves  in  terms  of  quantifiable  outcomes  by   country.   The   attribution   from   output   to   outcome   could   be   a   critical   factor,   reason   for   which   this   is   being   analysed.  And  then  there  is  also  a  difference  between  the  estimated  targets  by  DWA  member  organisations   and  the  validation  of  these  numbers  by  the  alliances  in  the  countries.  The  topic  of  target  setting  is  getting  all   the   required   attention   within   the   management   groups   of   the   Alliance   which   intend   to   come   up   with   more   accurate  figures  for  the  second  half  of  the  programme  implementation  period.    
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Eureka annual progress report 1993

Eureka annual progress report 1993

Vademecum containing, inter alia, a guide to EUREKA project patticipation and the Hannover Decla ration of Principles Other publicatio ns ar only available in certain languages: Techno l[r]

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Semi-Annual Progress Report #6

Semi-Annual Progress Report #6

Dr. Hung La and Dr. Sushil Louis’ work related to hardware integration, robot part manufacturing, robot test and validation is on hold. The investigation of workforce training software is also difficult since s ocial distancing makes it impossible to observe users’ interaction with data in the laboratories. Dr. Ruwen Qin’s computational work on multiple workstations simultaneously becomes less efficient. Dr. Yang Wang’s project progress is expected with delay due to the COVID-19.

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Eureka annual progress report 1991

Eureka annual progress report 1991

Ongoing projects: 45 of which announced in 7be Hague: 14 Finished projects: 3 To/a/ cost: 318 MECU ofu•hich cost of7be Hague projects: 77 MECU Participating OrganisationS: 216 Main Subje[r]

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Annual Report. November 30, 2019

Annual Report. November 30, 2019

Beginning on January 1, 2021, as permitted by regulations adopted by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, paper copies of the Funds’ annual and semi-annual shareholder reports will no longer be sent by mail, unless you specifically request paper copies of the reports from your financial intermediary (such as a broker-dealer or bank). Instead, the reports will be made available on the Funds’ website (www.alpsfunds.com), and you will be notified by mail each time a report is posted and provided with a website link to access the report.

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Vernon College Annual Action Plan Final Summary

Vernon College Annual Action Plan Final Summary

Page 45 of 83 Assessment Method/Date: Sustained giving by current donors as well as new donors to the College and Foundation added as evidence by Annual Philanthropy Comparison Report, donor/prospect call reports, Foundation agendas, minutes, quarterly philanthropy update reports, and grant proposal submissions by August 31, 2012. Submission of the annual Voluntary Survey for Aid to Education (VSE) by October 1, 2012. New annual giving clubs, lifetime giving societies, and planned gift society revised and relaunched by August 31, 2012. President-level donor recognition event held and donor recognition items awarded by August 31, 2012. Donor solicitations segmented and targeted based on the aggregate information contained in the RE database, initial phase by August 31, 2012 and on-going. Prospects identified and donors and prospects cultivated using
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CITY OF VANCOUVER ANNUAL REPORT 2018

CITY OF VANCOUVER ANNUAL REPORT 2018

In 2018 we scheduled a guided walk for every 2 nd Wednesday of the month, April – October which resulted in 7 events total. We had an average of 20 participants at each walk, with a total of 145 guided walk attendees. Each walk was led by two docents, with a total of 10 volunteers participating. This success has led us to replicate the same schedule for 2019. We intend to add additional, topic-specific walks on weekends for docents who feel confident leading a more technical walk.

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Education in England: Annual Report 2018

Education in England: Annual Report 2018

Since the reforms to qualifications in 2012, the introduction of the E-Bacc and Progress 8, we find that both disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged pupils are being entered into more traditional GCSE subjects than in previous years (particularly English literature in 2017). There is a direct incentive on schools to enter these pupils into GCSE subjects that count in Progress 8 and the E-Bacc, because these are now taken into account in the performance tables. The Pupil Premium accountability measures also incentivise schools to enter disadvantaged pupils into the subjects that count the most under accountability measures.
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