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What Did You Worry About Today? Chances Are, You Didn't Need to . . .Paranoid Parents take heart: You're not alone in your sleepless nights. When surveyed by Paranoid Parents founder Christie Barnes, 75 percent of moms and dads said they worried about "everything" when it came to their kids. Things like: Is this really the right school? Will she get kidnapped at the mall? Are those car seats safe? Will he be bullied at camp? Is that splinter infected? Does he really have ADD or is he just hyper? Is she experimenting with drugs? In our fear-based culture that makes us over-buy, over-protect, and over-parent in an effort to keep our kids safe, Christie Barnes knows the truth: Most parents are wasting their time worrying about the wrong things. From years of research, Barnes will give parents a much-needed reality check, opening their eyes to the real dangers likely to befall their kids with simple, effective tips to prevent them from happening. She will help paranoid parents to come clean about their biggest fears, reveal the Top Ten real dangers as opposed to the Myth Makers, and offer realistic ways to safeguard kids at every stage without stealing their childhoods. By rallying against our biggest fears with the facts, the Paranoid Parents Guide will help moms and dads enjoy parenthood more, and allow their kids develop the resiliency, independence, and good decision-making skills that are essential yet lacking in today's society. So stop worrying about a shark attack . . . because your child is more likely to be injured by a shopping cart. Think that ice hockey is more dangerous than cheering? Think again. Is there ever an age when your kids are safer? (The answer is yes.) Are strangers the real enemy? (Actually, no.) How dangerous is the world we live in? As Barnes will prove, it's easier to enjoy your time with your children when you are prepared; not paranoid. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Eliza Foss. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/002752/bk_adbl_002752_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Women s empowerment process can not be completed without political empowerment. Political empowerment includes representation, participation and taking part in decision making process within formal political structures. Local government institutions in Bangladesh have opened potential spaces for rural women in this regard. From 1997 onwards, thousands of women have left their household chores to be a part of the political system after introducing election system for women seats. Alongside the government many development partners, such as NGOs, Women s organizations and civil society, came forward to meet up the challenges faced by women as new members of the political realm. This has certainly opened the window of the Women's voice in the Decision Making Process from the grass root level of Bangladesh. This will surely be a big step of a Sustainable Development.
Women and Welfare Policy in India The principle of gender equality is enshrined in the Indian Constitution in its Preamble, Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties and Directive Principles. The Constitution not only grants equality to women, but also empowers the State to adopt measures of positive discrimination in favour of women.Within the framework of a democratic polity, our laws, development policies, Plans and programmes have aimed at women s advancement in different spheres. From the Fifth Five Year Plan (1974-78) onward there has been a marked shift in the approach to women s issues from welfare to development. In recent years, the empowerment of women has been recognized as the central issue in determining the status of women. The National Commission for Women was set up by an Act of Parliament in 1990 to safeguard the rights and legal entitlements of women. The 73rd and 74th Amendments (1993) to the Constitution of India have provided for reservation of seats in the local bodies of Panchayats and Municipalities for women, laying a strong foundation for their participation in decision making at the local levels. India
In Bangladesh Gender ideology is prevailed notably in all the spheres. So women in Bangladesh lag behind in terms of education, income and power than their male counterparts. They are considered as one of the disadvantaged groups in the society. To upgrade their political power and to mainstream them in decision making process Quota or reservation of seats has been introduced in different levels of National and Local Government. But still women works as the dancing-doll of the male representatives as they comprise the minority numbers compared to the male representatives. So they face different inequalities in decision making and getting equal share of projects in Union Parishads in Bangladesh.So the Govt. as well as the international community should come forward to strengthen the position of women representatives in the Union Parishad of Bangladesh. The the empowerment of Women representatives will be possible.
Community forestry program in Nepal evolved as an important and innovative approach to governance that facilitates the forest users to participate in the forest management and receive the benefits from the participation. This research aimed to assess the participation and benefit sharing from the gender perspectives in community-based forest management programs in Chitwan district of Nepal. The study revealed that role of the women is confined to plantation and silvi-cultural activities where as men are more involved harvesting, distribution and management activities. Although women were able to get representation through the reserve seats in CFUG EC, the decision making was influenced by the men in the mixed CFUG group. Even though the policy aims to improve participation of women in decision making, still various factors affect their participation and decision making capacities. Overall, it is seen that the CFUGs have contributed to the development at community level but still the CFUGs are not able to contribute effectively at the household level.
The role of strategic intelligence analysis in relation to the decision-making process is critical within the modern globalized society. The function of the modern state in a highly competitive globalized world is to ensure the statehood survival. And above all to maintain its territorial integrity and safeguard the national security and interests, including economic, political, cultural, scientific and intellectual innovations and, historical heritage interests.All these demand strategic intelligence analysis to support decision makers in their decision making processes. Thus, the role of strategic intelligence analysis has become critical and wider in the scope as it deals with the impact of science and technology, its threats and vulnerabilities, both at national, sub-regional, regional and international levels including among other things, international terrorism, transnational organized crime and cyber-warfare, political violence, statehood failures and economic upheavals.
The government of Bangladesh has recently introduced the provision of universal adult franchise in the reserved seats for women in local government institutions of the country to integrate half of the population in the decision-making process. It is important in this context, the extent to which this system of women representation in local government body contributes to women s political participation and empowerment and also to what extent they are able to perform their due roles. The present study explores these issues based on field level data. The study finds that the provision of direct election in the quota seats contributes to develop significant enthusiasm among women to participate in politics. The study, however, finds that women face severe hurdles and resistance from their male counterparts performing their due roles. Furthermore, the women as first timer in the political arena experience difficulties in understanding and performing their roles and responsibilities. The study therefore recommends further legal safeguards, training and social awareness programmes for effective participation and empowerment of women in the local government system of the country.
Essay from the year 2012 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, grade: Merit, Prifysgol Cymru University of Wales, course: Human Resource Management, language: English, abstract: Server Host Ltd. has recently been bought by a competitor located in Austria having a corporate culture that is going for restructuring. Currently, the company has several problems concerning corporate culture, trainings, old employees, new managers, likely high number of employees and employee appraisal system. An employee appraisal has recently been realized in order to make the distribution of seminar seats more efficient. During the decision making process of the employee appraisal system, the ideas of works council and the staff were not asked. In this case study, an analysis of current employee appraisal is evaluated by mentioning the problems and making suggestions for the solutions. Major problem at the end is related to not consulting works council and the staff during the creation of the employee appraisal system which caused low grades in recently done evaluation. The second part of this study is dealing with the legal sides of workers' involvement while preparing a new employee appraisal system. Collaboration with the workers will also bring to Server Host Ltd. many benefits like transparency, more motivated staff and trust between the employees and employer. The third part is mentioning about the creation and implementation of a new employee appraisal system at Server Host Ltd. The criteria according to the objectives of the organization are determined. It is emphasized that involvement of the employees/works council is necessary for a transparent and fair organization. With the new appraisal system, it is thought that Server Host will be successful.