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  • Hiv/ Aids a Comparision Between Gujarat and Maharastra

    ASSIGNMENT Compare and contrast of HIV/AIDS prevention and care programme between Gujarat and Maharashtra states in India India has a serious health problem with Hiv/AIDS. In 2006, 3.1 million people were living with the virus, according to NACO( The National Aids Control Organisation). In 2006, the...

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  • Legal Aid in India

    LEGAL AID: CONSTITUTIONAL AND STATUTORY PROVISIONS To the poor the Courts are a maze, if he pleads there all his life, law is so lordly, and loath to end his case; without money paid in presents, law listeneth to few” - Piers Plowman The Constitution of India mandates the state to accord justice...

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  • Legal

    FREE LEGAL AID INTRODUCTION India is a modern state that has accepted the concept of 'welfare state'. Hence it has to work for the welfare of the general public. It is the function of the State to establish a just social order by enacting just laws and by providing equal opportunity to all to grow...

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  • English Argumentative

    Free College Education in the U.S.A Since we are about 5 years old, some of us, grow up going to public schools which are free to any of those who enroll. Public schools have been around since about 1635 when they were established in larger cities of each colony. As opposed to public schools, colleges...

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  • Anarchy Brief

    Stephanie Williams HIST 1955 February 26, 2013 Brief #4 Kropotkin and Mutual Aid Kropotkin had a very unique viewpoint of how a society should be run. He believed that if a society could provide all the goods a services required by it, whether it be socially, culturally or industrially, then...

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  • International Aid

    need to hear the message of complexity are the aid planners who think they can transform the complex societies they don’t understand from the outside through an injection of money into the complex politics they don’t understand. Someone who thinks outside aid can permanently raise a country’s entire growth...

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  • botswana national hiv/aids policy review

    the HIV/AIDS pandemic, a deadly evil of magnitude proportions with which no refuge exists. The HIV/AIDS pandemic in Botswana has graduated to being a vicious threat against humanity in spite of sexual orientation, age or social status. “Southern Africa is the epicenter of the global HIV/AIDS pandemic...

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  • Turgot on "Foundations"

    citizenship. In the article, Turgot criticizes the Old Regime practice of employing “foundations” or corporate charities, as a main source of financial aid to the community and proposes alternatives to the practice that focus on individual responsibility and volunteerism. According to Turgot, foundations...

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  • Free Legal Aid and Justice

    people who are helpless before the law. The Free Legal aid is thus inevitable to ensure the ‘Equality before the law’, ‘right to counsel’ and ‘right to a fair trial’. The government ready to provide the legal aid to all who are eligible. But providing the Legal Aid cannot be done and is not possible without...

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  • Csr Initiatives by Reliance and Tata

    CSR Initiatives by TATA The Tribal Culture Society The Tribal Culture Society (TCS) of Tata Steel has done outstanding work for the tribals of Jamshedpur and the surrounding areas in Jharkhand. The society evolved from a pure company department for Adivasi affairs in 1974, to a Tribal and Harijan Welfare...

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  • Huck Finn

    Cure is about another young boy that got AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome) at a very young age due to an accidental blood transfusion. The main story of both these pieces is there is some main person that is looked at as an outcast to the whole society that struggles with fitting in. The characters...

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  • legal aid in india

     LEGAL AID Legal aid is the provision of assistance to people otherwise unable to afford legal representation and access to the court system. Legal aid is regarded as central in providing access to justice by ensuring equality before the law, the right to counsel and...

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  • Education

    BANDEH # 2122369 ENG 102 PROFESSOR LAWSON Topic Outline Thesis: Education is the most powerful weapon that can bring positive changes in a society. I. Empower an individual to be a model citizen A. Educate him about his Rights B. Develop his self esteem II. Poverty...

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  • Hiv/Aids in Human Services

    HIV/AIDS in Human Services HIV/AIDS in Human Services HIV/AIDS is a worldwide pandemic that has ravished the lives of countless millions of people, since its discovery, more than 30 years ago. HIV/AIDS can be addressed through all three models of service delivery. Each of the models...

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  • Administration Law Assignment

    INTRODUCTION “The Encyclopedia Britannica defines legal aid as phrase which is acquired by usage and court decisions, a specific meaning of giving to person of limited means grants or for nominal fees, advice or counsel to represent them in court in civil and criminal matters.” Inability to consult...

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  • Revision

    Modernisation Third world are a lower state of civilisation Capitalist Aid is given with conditions of western values First world - Higher rates of production - they are superior to less developed, these aspire to become like the the MEDC Cold War & Marshall plan after the WW2 Ideological assumptions...

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  • Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper

    Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Poverty_Reduction_Strategy_P... Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers (PRSPs) are documents required by the International...

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  • Legal Aid Act 2000 and justice delivery system

        VOL 18 NO 121 REGD NO DA 1589 | Dhaka, Monday August 9 2010 Legal Aid Act 2000 and justice delivery system M S Siddiqui The jurisprudential concepts of 'equality before law', 'equal protection of law' and 'rule of law' are safeguards for the citizen irrespective of caste, creed...

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  • Hobbes and Kropotkin

    central authority to avoid the evil of discordance and warfare. On the other hand, Kropotkin advocated a more-so communist society freed from any sort of government. Kropotkin’s Mutual Aid, which was written in response to Thomas Huxley’s social Darwinism theory, carried ideas of more natural and social order...

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  • social accountability

    is the process of communicating the social and environmental effects of organizations' economic actions to particular interest groups within society and to society at large.[1] Social accounting is commonly used in the context of business, or corporate social responsibility (CSR), although any organisation...

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