Freshwater Diplomatic Simulation: Agreements to Address Water Issues

there are a couple of agreements that are out there that countries can use as as guidelines on how they might want to resolve a trans boundary water challenge there’s a UN Convention that’s just come into force, there’s a convention that was developed by the UNECE, the UN body that deals with Europe and […]

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One of Every $25 spent at York goes to Administration

(mid-tempo electronic music) – So in a rare act of solidarity, and it’s really timely, the Excalibur newspaper on campus just published this piece that was written by an Ottawa U professor and they really nicely laid out the different salaries and the increases over time for high-income administrators in the major universities in Ontario. […]

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Administration Was Warned Of Family Separation Harms | All In | MSNBC

>>>ANY MEMBER OF THIS PANEL>>>ANY MEMBER OF THIS PANEL SAYING TO ANYONE, MAYBE THIS SAYING TO ANYONE, MAYBE THIS ISN’T SUCH A GOOD IDEA. ISN’T SUCH A GOOD IDEA. COMMANDER? COMMANDER?>>DURING THE DELIBERATIVE>>DURING THE DELIBERATIVE PROCESS OVER THE PREVIOUS YEAR, PROCESS OVER THE PREVIOUS YEAR, WE RAISED A NUMBER OF CONCERNS WE RAISED A NUMBER […]

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Policy Analysis Using Interrupted Time Series | UBCx on edX | Course About Video

MICHAEL LAW: Let me ask you a question. In an election, does the incumbent have an advantage? How about this one. Does advertising prescription drugs drive sales? If you’re an employer, would incentive payments increase the productivity of your workers? Does smaller class sizes result in better student performance? Finally, does paying physicians to achieve […]

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