1. 36 The Second Governance and Anti-Corruption Policy

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    ADB's second governance and anticorruption action plan was approved in 2006. It refocused efforts to achieve results in three priority areas in the sectors where ADB operates: (i) improving public financial management, (ii) strengthening procurement systems, and (iii) combating corruption.

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    • 35 The First Governance and Anti-Corruption Action Plan

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      ADB defines corruption as the abuse of public or private office for personal gain. The purpose of ADB's anticorruption policy, approved in 1998, was to reduce the burden corruption exacts from the governments and economies of the Asia and Pacific region. The policy had three objectives: (i) enable competitive markets and effective public administration, (ii) bolster explicit anticorruption efforts, and (iii) ensure ADB-financed projects and its staff adhere to the highest ethical standards.

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      • 19 The Need for an Involuntary Resettlement Policy

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        With the example of a road development project and a wastewater management project in Thailand, this video recounts steps to revamp ADB's inspection policy and introduce its accountability mechanism.

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        • 18 Early Cases of Involuntary Resettlement

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          With the example of a port development project in the Philippines, this video contrasts perceptions of and approaches to involuntary resettlement between the early 1970s and the 1990s.

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          • 17 ADB's Involuntary Resettlement Policy

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            ADB’s policy on involuntary resettlement aims to avoid involuntary resettlement wherever possible; to minimize involuntary resettlement by exploring project and design alternatives; to enhance, or at least restore, the livelihoods of all displaced persons in real terms relative to pre-project levels; and to improve the standards of living of the displaced poor and other vulnerable groups.

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            • The Elements Experiment: Religion, the Secular, and Public Spaces

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              What are the elements that make up our shared spaces? This is the question posed to young people by The Elements Experiment. Supported by an Inspirit Foundation National Impact Grant (http://www.inspiritfoundation.org/en/) , and based out of the University of Toronto’s Religion in the Public Sphere Initiative (http://rps.chass.utoronto.ca/) , The Elements Experiment was launched in 2014 by students at the Department for the Study of Religion, for young people across Canada, and across disciplines, professions, and lived experiences. The Elements Experiment is comprised of two elements: an online space, and a conference. We invite you to our website for more details: www.elements.utoronto.ca Animation by Greg Doble: http://www.gregdoble.com/ Sound by Sam Robinson

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              • 2.4 Adding an Insurance Policy to a Patient's File

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                The purpose of this video indicates how to add insurance policy information to a patient's file.

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                • OAP Launch Video

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                  This project was commissioned by the Labarge Optimal Aging Initiative in conjunction with McMaster University to promote the features of their new website in an easy and intuitive way. The McMaster Optimal Aging Portal is a website that is designed to give users access to research studies, evidence-based blogs, and reviews of other websites on health issues related to aging, so that they have a definitive source of information to base their health decisions. mcmasteroptimalaging.org

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                  • SEE Brussels 2014

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                    On January 21st and 22nd 2014 Design Flanders hosted the 4th SEE workshop: 'Design for Social Innovation' in Brussels. SEE is a network of 11 European partners sharing experiences to enhance the understanding of design for innovation among policy-makers and programme managers. Over three years SEE has monitored design policy developments across Europe, supported policy-makers looking to more effectively integrate design into innovation policies/programmes and engaged with 260 public officials. This event presented on the 22nd of January a series of inspiring case studies where service design is currently being used to enhance social innovation, as well as a hands-on workshop led by Stéphane Vincent from La 27e Région focusing on the sustainability of service design projects.

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                    • 03/27/2014 - Metro Fire Policy Committee

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                      03/27/2014 Metro Fire's Policy Committeee Meeting Links to related videos below: Board Meeting: http://vimeo.com/90886998 Website: http://metrofire.ca.gov

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