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In Burkina Faso healthcare is free only for some: why this is a problem

Beijing News 01 Dec 2021
It introduced the policy of subsidising emergency obstetric and neonatal care ... It introduced a national free healthcare policy ... Despite these numerous studies, little knowledge has been gathered on the ethical issues surrounding free policies ... All study participants were aware of the free healthcare policy.
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China reaps unintended health benefits from COVID-19 lockdowns: analysis

Korea Times 01 Dec 2021
"Given the increasingly heated debates regarding different counter-Covid-19 policy choices around the world, our results provide a benchmark to understand the broader health consequences of strict anti-contagion policies," they said, referring to lockdowns. The study was conducted ...
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Survey: Migrants head to US to flee poverty, violence, disasters and more

The Bryan Eagle 01 Dec 2021
As the Biden administration faces criticism for its border and migration policies from all sides, this study provides a first-hand account of the migrants, seeking to explain their determination to reach the United States.
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Siobhan O’Neill: ‘We have a 10-year plan to reform mental health services in NI’

Belfast Telegraph 01 Dec 2021
I was also studying suicide and suicide prevention and trying to make sure that the research we carried out influenced policy and practice, and what we were learning was identifying what was needed and shaping how services were delivered. There was a big study in 2005 — the first ...
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A little more attention to S.J. transit welcome

Atlantic City 01 Dec 2021
A nonprofit called the Garden State Initiative did so recently, issuing a report titled The Road to Equitable Transportation Policy in New Jersey. It studied transit systems in the state, particularly NJ Transit, and made recommendations to make transportation policies and practices more equitable for residents ... That costs more than $590 million ... .
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Our view: A little more attention to S.J. transit welcome

Atlantic City 01 Dec 2021
A nonprofit called the Garden State Initiative did so recently, issuing a report titled The Road to Equitable Transportation Policy in New Jersey. It studied transit systems in the state, particularly NJ Transit, and made recommendations to make transportation policies and practices more equitable for residents ... Support Local Journalism ... .
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China's high-quality development offers multiple opportunities: experts

China Daily 01 Dec 2021
The event, entitled "China Watcher 2021," was hosted both on and offline by the Italy-China Foundation, the Italian Institute for International Political Studies (ISPI) and the industrial group Assolombarda ... China's policies offer great incentives for international companies as well.
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China's high-quality development offers multiple opportunities: Italian experts

People Daily 01 Dec 2021
The event, entitled "China Watcher 2021," was hosted both on and offline by the Italy-China Foundation, the Italian Institute for International Political Studies (ISPI) and the industrial group Assolombarda ... dollars by 2024, according to the Foundation's latest study ... China's policies offer great incentives for international companies as well ... .
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Conservatives eagerly await Supreme Court abortion arguments

Independent Record 01 Dec 2021
Scuttling Roe “will surely embolden efforts of conservatives in many states to craft laws they think might not have held up under Roe,” William Martin, a professor of religion and public policy at Rice University who has studied the rise of the anti-abortion movement, said in an email.
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Conservatives await abortion arguments

Atlantic City 01 Dec 2021
“So they have the votes if they choose to use them.” ... Scuttling Roe “will surely embolden efforts of conservatives in many states to craft laws they think might not have held up under Roe,” William Martin, a professor of religion and public policy at Rice University who has studied the rise of the anti-abortion movement, said in an email ... U.S. Sen ... .
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4 interim superintendent finalists named by Weld RE-4 board of education

The Tribune Greeley 01 Dec 2021
The board will interview Rod L. Blunck, Virginia Moon, Sandy L. Cosner and David Dude on Dec. 7, make its selection and negotiate with the temporary leader to be in place in January ... Dude is an Atlanta-area based educator. He has a doctorate in educational policy and leadership studies from the University of Iowa, according to his LinkedIn page ... 1-16.
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Resurgence of Pakistani Islamist group TLP sows fear

BBC News 01 Dec 2021
Who are the TLP? ... Changing tides ... Security analyst Amir Rana, from the Pakistan Institute of Peace Studies, said the way the government had handled the TLP issue had already disturbed Pakistan's foreign policy equilibrium with Europe, and the entry of the TLP into the mainstream was going to have far-reaching global implications ... Related Topics. .
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Here is how the 'great resignation' can impact your business

Independent online (SA) 01 Dec 2021
By Joanne Bushell. If ‘The Great Resignation’ sounds too dramatic to take seriously, hold on to your hat ... What’s going on? ... Workers who felt ambivalent about their jobs before the crisis may have been pushed to ‘quitting point’ by poor Covid-19 policy, according to a recent study by Stanford University ... In short ... The push to return to the office.
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Conservatives anxiously await Supreme Court abortion arguments

Las Vegas Review-Journal 01 Dec 2021
Rev ... 30, 2021. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta) ... Scuttling Roe “will surely embolden efforts of conservatives in many states to craft laws they think might not have held up under Roe,” William Martin, a professor of religion and public policy at Rice University who has studied the rise of the anti-abortion movement, said in an email ... U.S. Sen.
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Michael Hiltzik: Raking in profits, Moderna denies government scientists credit for the COVID vaccine

Finger Lakes Times 01 Dec 2021
weathered the shock pretty well ... But all is not bright for Moderna ... 11 statement ... Moderna's patent application for the vaccine doesn't name the NIH collaborators as co-inventors — an indication that the company is intent on "airbrushing" the government scientists out of the picture, as Sam Pizzigati of the Institute for Policy Studies put it ... .

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