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  1. New initiatives in the EAP field: employee assistance professionals can take advantage of new collaborative and educational opportunities.(employee assistance ... An article from: Behavioral Healthcare by Dale Masi, 2006-04-01
  2. Institutional shaping of interagency working: managing tensions between collaborative working and client confidentiality.(Author abstract): An article ... of Public Administration Research and Theory by Christine Bellamy, Charles Raab, et all 2007-07-01

81. Untitled Document
European joint research, joint prevention programmes and other collaborativeactivities in the field of injury prevention and safety promotion; us-Statutes
About us Introduction Our objective Strategy 2005-2008 Work to date ... Statutes
Statutes UNOFFICIAL TRANSLATION OF THE DEED OF AMENDMENT OF THE ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION (of European Consumer Safety Association (ECOSA)) On this 1st day of July two thousand five, appeared before me, Jan Piet van Harseler, civil law notary (at Schut van Os Notary Office) practising in Amsterdam:
acting in this matter as a member of the executive board of the association European Consumer Safety Association (ECOSA) , having its registered seat in Amsterdam and its official address at 1059 GK Amsterdam, Rijswijkstraat 2, and as such in accordance with article 11 of the articles of association entitled to execute this deed of amendment of the articles of association.
The deponent declared:
1. In a general meeting of the association, which meeting has been convened by notice stating that an amendment of the articles of association would be proposed thereat, it was decided to alter the articles of association.
2. With this amendment to the articles of association the new name for the association will be "Eurosafe - the European Association for Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion", whereas the general meeting of the association has decided to broaden the scope of the organisation from consumer safety into safety in all walks of life, i.e. including the prevention of road injuries, work related injuries, leisure time injuries and the prevention of violence and self-harm.
4. At least five days prior to the meeting, the executive board deposited in a fixed place and made available for perusal by the members, a copy of the proposal containing the verbatim text of the proposed amendment, which remained there until the end of the day on which the meeting was held.

82. Public Security Technical Program (PSTP) - Introduction History
should be based on solid national S T coordination/collaboration program. provide nearterm S T solutions to the needs of Public safety and Security

83. Global Road Safety Partnership
A global partnership for sustainable improvement of road safety in developingand transition countries.
The Problem Worldwide
With nearly 1 million persons killed and over 20 million injured in road accidents each year, road safety is an issue of immense human proportions.Over 75 percent of these casualties occur in developing and transition countries, though they account for only 32 percent of motor vehicles. These accidents will continue, and very likely increase as motorization increases, unless all stakeholders act together. Likewise, the global economic impact is huge economic losses caused by road accident amount to US$ 500 billion worldwide. For the countries in development and transition, their share of this economic loss is estimated to be close to 2% of GDP, nearly US$ 100 billion, i.e., nearly equivalent to double all overseas development assistance. These huge economic losses inhibit economic development and perpetuate poverty. Apart from releasing pressure on medical facilities, reductions in deaths and injuries will produce savings that can be spent on other aspects of health care, or can be invested to deliver better public services.
The Global Road Safety Partnership
The Global Road Safety Partnership (GRSP) aims to find more effective and innovative ways of dealing with road safety in developing and transition countries. Through a comprehensive approach to road safety, GRSP partners collaborate and coordinate road safety activities. This approach aims to build the capacities of local institutions and by enhancing the ability of professionals and communities to pro-actively tackle safety problems.

84. Building Community Collaboration For Lead Safety Education: Extension Educators
Building Community Collaboration for Lead safety Education While theseactivities agree with Extension s mission, using partnerships allow NF CS
February 1999
Volume 37 Number 1
Building Community Collaboration for Lead Safety Education:
Extension Educators Take the Lead
Martha Lopez
University of California Cooperative Extension
Madera, California
Internet address:
Shirley S. Peterson
University of California Cooperative Extension
Ventura County
Ventura, California
Arthur Craigmill Environmental Toxicology Specialist University of California Cooperative Extension Davis, California Nestor Martinez University of California Cooperative Extension Riverside County Moreno Valley, California Saundra Parnell Adult FSNEP Program Supervisor University of California Cooperative Extension Los Angeles County Monterey Park, California Paula Rene University of California Cooperative Extension Imperial County Holtville, California Barbara Turner University of California Cooperative Extension Los Angeles County Monterey Park, California

85. AGU: Education Brief
Earthquake safety; Darwin’s 200th; NSF MathGeo Program; Geo Education Jobs The purposes of the Collaboration in Mathematical Geoscience activity are

86. Georgia: Results
The most active service areas for collaboration, as reported by public managers, The largest and most longstanding partnerships are in public safety and
Government-Nonprofit Partnerships in Georgia Home Results Methodology
Principal Results
Survey Sample Click here for details on the sampling methodology
Frequency of Partnerships When asked, “Does your local government/nonprofit organization collaborate with or involve nonprofits/government in any form of public service delivery or planning?” the response was: Collaborates with the other sector* No active collaboration Georgia Cities Georgia Counties Georgia Nonprofits * Note: Survey respondents were asked to report only on partnerships involving their own local government rather than other jurisdictions; thus, some active areas of inter-sectoral cooperation and support such as public education are not fully represented in this survey because they occur through state or regional agencies.
Scope of Partnerships Local governments and nonprofit organizations collaborate to deliver public services in the following ways. The most active service areas for collaboration, as reported by public managers, are: Cities Counties Total Social/health/human services Public safety/emergency response Economic development Parks and recreation Arts/culture Environment and natural resources Other/missing The largest and most longstanding partnerships are in public safety and emergency response, involving an average of nine nonprofit organizations and 24 average years of joint activity. Partnerships in social/human and health services involved an average of seven nonprofit organizations and lasted an average of eight years. Arts/culture, parks/recreation and economic development partnerships involved two to four nonprofits and lasted 12-19 years on average.

87. Responsibilities - University Council On Graduate Education - Tufts University
Fostering an environment for scholarly activity and intellectual pursuit at the Seeking opportunities to build collaborative research/scholarship
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Responsibilities of Various Entities at Tufts University Relating to Graduate Education Prologue: The following document was developed through a series of meetings of the University Council on Graduate Education during the 2002-2003 academic year. The purpose of the document is to establish with absolute clarity what are the responsibilities of the various constituents at the university and to ensure that these responsibilities are fulfilled. The Council’s mission is to identify barriers and to suggest operational changes in the institution that will facilitate a strengthening of the graduate programs throughout the university. With this goal in mind, the Council found it necessary to identify and state explicitly the responsibilities of each and every entity at the university and further to identify where we are strong and where we fall short. This document is intended to be a discussion document for the university. Many of the responsibilities are deliberately pointed and will require serious reflection for they indicate changes which will improve the Tufts of today. Responsibilities of Various Entities at Tufts University Relating to Graduate Education The University is responsible for:
  • Setting clear, overarching goals for graduate education and research;

research areas of global significance and to promote and evaluate collaborativeactivities, says a new report from the National Research Council.
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Academies Announce 2005 Communication Award Winners
September 22 John Barry, author of The Great Influenza ; Gareth Cook, science reporter for The Boston Globe ; and Thomas Levenson, producer of NOVA’s Origins: Back to the Beginning have been named winners of the 2005 National Academies Communication Awards. Part of the National Academies' Keck Futures Initiative , the awards recognize excellence in reporting and communicating science, medicine and engineering to the general public. Each winner will receive a $20,000 cash award during a ceremony on Nov. 10.
Ethical Considerations on Housing Research Involving Children
September 19 Critics have questioned the propriety of recent studies regarding housing-related health risks and children. A new report from the National Research Council and the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies outlines how to conduct such research in a way that ultimately improves child health, ensures that child participants do not face inappropriate risks, and fully informs their parents.

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