• power sharing
    If parties in intractable conflicts -- particularly in societies divided by deep ethnic, racial or religious differences -- find that they are unable to escalate their way out of conflict, but seek a compromise that assures them a permanent place at the bargaining table, they may turn to power sharing...
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  • Fiji
    PACIFIC HEALTH DIALOG MARCH 201 1, VOL. 17, NO. 1 REVIEW Drug and Alcohol Use in Fiji: A Review Elenoa Seru Puamau1, Fiji School of Medicine, Graham Roberts1, Fiji School of Medicine, Private Bag, Suva, Fiji. Lucina Schmich2, Burnet Institute of Melbourne, Robert Power, Burnet Institute of Melbourne...
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  • Ifrsci
    reporting across countries in the postconvergence period. Using four countries from the South Pacific region (Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Fiji), we identify three dominant factors that still act as constraints in accounting convergence. These include: (1) the nature of business ownership and...
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  • Movies Have an Negstive Impact on Children
    1984 ALIENATED LAND AND INDEPENDENCE IN MELANESIA by Peter Larmour Introduction Between 1970 and 1980 four parts of Melanesia became independent as Fiji (1970), Papua New Guinea (1975), Solomon Islands (1978), and Vanuatu (1980). Irian Jaya had been moving toward independence from Holland but was annexed...
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  • Human Rights Stuff
    protection compliance standards at Attachment 1) http://www.ausaid.gov.au/publications/pdf/child_protection.pdf |2010 – Child Protection Policy transitional provisions: | | ...
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  • Ficus obliqua
    parks and public spaces, and is well-suited for use as an indoor plant or in bonsai. All parts of the tree have been used in traditional medicine in Fiji. Contents [hide] 1 Taxonomy 2 Description 3 Distribution and habitat 4 Ecology 4.1 Reproduction and life span 5 Uses 6 References Taxonomy[edit] ...
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  • Rwanda Genocide
    August 1993. The comprehensive peace agreement called for a democratically elected government and provided for the establishment of a broad-based transitional government until the elections. It also ordered repatriation of refugees and incorporation of the armed forces of the two sides. Both sides asked...
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  • Part 1
    billion * 4 Phases of Development 1. Pre-Industrial: population low; births & deaths even 2. Transitional: death rate decreases as industrialization begins 3. Transitional: birth rate down as people realize too many kids are expensive 4. Industrial: birth rate & death rate...
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  • Are the government officials good stewards of public funds?
    stewards of public funds. BT is a fundamental precondition for accountability and public participation in governance processes. Representatives of civil society and social organizations in our country have long been demanding ofthe government to initiate budget formulation from the district level to make the...
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  • Ifrs
    This is more of an issue for developing economies like Fiji where predominantly entities are ‘small and medium’ in size. The primary objective of this study is to identify ways in which countries can distinguish between large entities and SMEs. Fiji has already adopted the IFRSs and has illustrated how...
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  • Special Needs School in the Pacific
    to take part in community life on equal terms with others. It describes the encounter between a person with a disability and the environment. The Fiji National Council of Disabled Persons (FNCDP) uses the United Nations (UN) definition of disability as stated below: “Disability summarizes a great...
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  • Role of Education for National Development
    OF EDUCATION IN NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT* Josua Cavalevu Secretary, Prime Minister's Hurricane Relief Committee, Fiji. INTRODUCTION I present these thoughts as a private citizen of Fiji, as one who has some concern for this issue; so in sharing these thoughts with you I admit that I am not an educationist...
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  • English
    people for their valuable time, help and guidance to make this project complete on time: i The culture of Fiji is a tapestry of indigenous Fijian, Indian, European, Chinese, and other nationalities. Culture polity, traditions, language, food, costume, belief...
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  • Culture Issues in Management - Fijian Culture
    cultures from neighboring Pacific islands donate to the Fiji that exists today. From the times of Captain William Bligh in 1789, the first settlers, shipwrecked sailors and runaway convicts from the penal colony of Australia, to the colonization of Fiji by the British in 1874, many a custom and tradition...
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  • Fiji Water
    QUESTIONS: FIJI WATER AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 1. What is ethical and socially responsible marketing and why should marketers be concerned about CSR and sustainability? It is a marketing philosophy that states a company should take into consideration what is in the best interest...
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  • The Informal Economy
    RESEARCH PROJECT REPORT LECTURE: DR. EBERHARD WEBER THE INFORMAL ECONOMY PROSTITUTION IN FIJI Source: Ministry of Social Welfare, Women & Poverty Alleviation INTRODUCTION Fiji is a diverse nation, a multi-racial and multi-ethnic country, full of peace and a Christian state existing...
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  • Entertainment Project
    have various types of entertainments in Fiji, examine the advantages and disadvantages of these on the people in Fiji. Introduction Context: Entertainment may provide fun, enjoyable and laughter but in the other hand it has its drawbacks. Subject: Fiji is indeed one of the best entertainment options...
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  • Fiji Analysis
    Brief Summary In 1993 David Gilmour founded FIJI water. Extracting artesian water filtered from volcanic rock from the Yaqara Range of the Nakauvadra Mountains. In this pristine location with little, if any, pollution. Gilmour guaranteed the water of “highest purity”. What started as channeling water...
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  • Be Fair to Tourists
    Be fair to tourists, Tourism Fiji urges Tuesday, October 06, 2009 TOURISM Fiji is pleading with shop owners and traders to be responsible and not exploit tourists by selling them faulty goods. Chairman Patrick Wong said the shopping experience was an important part of any tourists' holidays. Reacting...
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  • Cross Cultural Issues in International Business
    Table of Contents Pg Table of contents 1 Introduction 2 Fiji Culture 3 Festivals of Fiji 4 City Festivals of Fiji 4 Ratu Sir Lala Sukuna Day 4 The Lovo Feast 4 Culture 5 The Three Cultures Model 5 Cultural Frameworks...
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