UN Global Issue

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The United Nations is constantly in the process of addressing global issues and crises affecting our planet. It attempts to tackle issues and problems that no one country is able to do on their own. The main global issues the UN is currently addressing include:AfricaAgeingAIDSAtomic EnergyBig Data for the SDGsChildrenClimate ChangeDecolonizationDemocracyEnding PovertyFoodGender EqualityHealthHuman RightsInternational Law and JusticeMigrationOceans and the Law of the SeaPeace and SecurityPopulationRefugeesWaterYouthFirst, please read the UN's mission and these issues which are explained at length at: UM Mission - Global Issues OverviewNext, select one of the above UN global issues. You will then write a 3-4 page paper summarizing the global issue you have selected, explaining the challenges the UN and the world is facing in attempting to resolve the problems caused by the issue, and what the future holds…
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Health Care Delivery Models and Nursing Practice

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Examine changes introduced to reform or restructure the U.S. health care delivery system. In a 1,000-1,250 word paper, discuss action taken for reform and restructuring and the role of the nurse within this changing environment.Include the following:Outline a current or emerging health care law or federal regulation introduced to reform or restructure some aspect of the health care delivery system. Describe the effect of this on nursing practice and the nurse's role and responsibility.Discuss how quality measures and pay for performance affect patient outcomes. Explain how these affect nursing practice and describe the expectations and responsibilities of the nursing role in these situations.Discuss professional nursing leadership and management roles that have arisen and how they are important in responding to emerging trends and in the promotion of patient safety and…
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essay

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Accounting is a glorious but misunderstood field. The popular view is that it's mostly mind-numbing number-crunching; it certainly has some of that, but it's also a rich intellectual pursuit with an abundance of compelling and controversial issues. Accountants are often stereotyped as soulless drones laboring listlessly in the bowels of corporate bureaucracies. But many accountants will tell you that it's people skills, not technical knowledge, that are crucial to their success. And although it's often thought of as a discipline of pinpoint exactitude with rigid rules, in practice accountants rely heavily on best estimates and educated guesses that require careful judgment and strong imagination.
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unit 5 paper

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-Prompt: Attend one city council meeting for the city in which you live, or watch a video of an actual city council meeting from a city (does not have to be where you reside). Prepare a summary of the meeting which discusses the following:Identify the city for which you are reporting. If you watched a video instead of attending your city’s meeting, provide the URL for a link to the video.Describe the manner in which the meeting was conducted. How were items addressed in the meeting? Was the public allowed to comment on any topics, specifically or generally? Were there any limitations on the conduct of the meeting?A summary of the business addressed during the meeting, including the actions decided and the results of votes taken (number of yay, nay,…
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Communicating Effectively in Writing Through a Predictive Office Memo

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A legal memorandum serves many different functions. Sometimes, you are asked to take the law and argue that the law is in your clients favor. Other times you might be asked to argue how that law specifically defeats your opponents case. This is known as persuasive writingthe memorandum seeks to persuade the reader of a specific idea. In the memo below, your job is not to persuade, but rather to research, and apply the law. To tell it like it is. Your boss is asking you to apply a case to your clients particular facts and let her know if the case is going to help or hurt her new client, Sam Nguyen. You are asked to make a predictionand write a predictive or objective legal memorandum. This memo will go to your boss,…
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AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION RULE 1.6

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You have been asked to speak at a professional development seminar on the topic of attorney-clients confidentiality.  You have been asked to          develop a PowerPoint presentation explaining ABA Rule 1.6. In addition, examine exceptions to the rule and rule of confidentiality vs. attorney-client privilege. Please provide examples or hypotheticals to facilitate your discussion. Be sure your presentation addresses the following: Explain and examine attorney-client confidentiality and attorney-client privilege.Review exceptions to the rule of confidentiality.Identify the differences between the rule of confidentiality and attorney-client privilege.Examine the rules of your state relating to confidential communications. Incorporate appropriate animations, transitions, and graphics as well as speaker notes for each slide. The speaker notes may be comprised of brief paragraphs or bulleted lists. Support your presentation with at least six legal resources.  In addition,…
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Assignment: Testing for One-Way ANOVA

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You had the chance earlier in the week to perform an article critique on ANOVA testing and obtain peer feedback. Now it is time to put all of that good practice to use and answer a social research question with the one-way ANOVA. As you head into the assignment, be sure and pay close attention to the assumptions of the test. Specifically, make sure the dependent and independent variables (factor) are amenable to use in the ANOVA (i.e., be sure to note levels of measurement).For this Assignment, you will examine the one-way ANOVA based on a research question.To prepare for this Assignment:Review this week’s Learning Resources and media program related to one-way ANOVA testing.Using the SPSS software, open the Afrobarometer dataset or the High School Longitudinal Study dataset (whichever you…
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Immigration Case Brief

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Attached are instructions and for reference the prior research concering an undocumted person who saw a crime happen.  Please note I used interent sources and the professor wants only primary and secondary sourrces such as (USCIS) used. General non legal souces are not going to provide the legal support necesaary.  Thanks 
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