Terms & Conditions for BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Terms & Conditions for BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

The following terms and conditions set out the legal rules applicable to every INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL INNOVATION on November 27-28, 2019 Albany, New York delegates. Participants shall be bound by these terms and conditions. You are advised to read and understand these terms carefully before registering. The organizing committee will not accept …

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Child spies used by police at risk of severe harm, high court told

Child spies used by police at risk of severe harm, high court told

Children recruited to spy on drug dealers, gangs, terrorists and paedophiles have fewer safeguards when handled by investigators than those arrested for minor offences such as shoplifting, the high court has heard. At a judicial review hearing at the Royal Courts of Justice, campaigners challenging the use of children as covert human intelligence sources (CHISs) argued the lack …

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Britain has a duty to help Hong Kong out of this dark moment

Britain has a duty to help Hong Kong out of this dark moment

It took something out of the ordinary to provoke a million people in Hong Kong to take to the streets to demonstrate against proposed new extradition rules. Roughly one-sixth of the population demonstrated peacefully: families, young and old, lawyers, academics, students, professionals and manual workers. What caused such an outpouring against a piece of legislation? Quite simply, …

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One Step Closer to Justice for MH17 Victims

One Step Closer to Justice for MH17 Victims

At a press conference in the Netherlands this afternoon, international investigators announced that the Public Prosecution Service of the Netherlands would prosecute four people for bringing down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, which was shot down over eastern Ukraine in July 2014. International warrants have been issued for the arrest of the suspects, three of whom are Russian, …

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UN chief accepts independent report on Myanmar, highlighting ‘systemic’ failure surrounding Rohingya crisis

UN chief accepts independent report on Myanmar, highlighting ‘systemic’ failure surrounding Rohingya crisis

An independent review into how the UN System operated in Myanmar in the years leading up to the mass exodus of the Rohingya following serious human rights abuses, has concluded there were “systemic and structural failures” that prevented a unified strategy from being implemented. The report by former Guatemalan Foreign Affairs Minister, Gert Rosenthal, a former UN …

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UN must provide redress for minorities placed in toxic Kosovo camps, says rights expert

UN must provide redress for minorities placed in toxic Kosovo camps, says rights expert

An independent rights expert appointed by the Human Rights Council has called on the United Nations to “provide justice and remedies” to displaced people who suffered lead poisoning after being housed in UN camps on toxic wasteland in Kosovo. The appeal on Wednesday by Special Rapporteur on human rights and toxics, Baskut Tuncak, follows a UN panel …

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Drug laws must be amended to ‘combat racial discrimination’, UN experts say

Drug laws must be amended to ‘combat racial discrimination’, UN experts say

At every stage of the criminal justice system, people of African descent around the world are discriminated against, including death sentencing for drugs-related crimes, United Nations human rights experts said on Thursday, calling on Member States to do more to “combat racial discrimination”. In fighting the global drug problem, the UN Working Group of Experts on People of …

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UN Middle East Coordinator strongly condemns ‘arrests and violence’ by Hamas security forces during Gaza protests

UN Middle East Coordinator strongly condemns ‘arrests and violence’ by Hamas security forces during Gaza protests

The UN’s Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process has strongly condemned the violent response by security forces in the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip during the past three days, towards Palestinian protests over the deteriorating economic situation there. Palestinians took to the streets on Thursday and Friday, according to news reports, after months of disputes and deadlock …

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First peaceful transfer of power in DR Congo ‘an extraordinary opportunity’ for advancing rights

First peaceful transfer of power in DR Congo ‘an extraordinary opportunity’ for advancing rights

The election of President Felix Tshisekedi in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), marks “an extraordinary opportunity” for the country to advance civil and political rights, said a senior UN official, on Tuesday at the Human Rights Council in Geneva. UN Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights (OHCHR), Andrew Gilmour, welcomed Mr. Tshisekedi’s inaugural speech in January, in …

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