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The Formation of Global Citizens through the Experiential Education in Negotiation Models

Julio César Ramírez Montañez, Nicolás Zuluaga, María Paula Gutiérrez, George Brian Trujillo, Edward Santos
2020 Comillas Journal of International Relations  
) and determine the main aspects that could be considered by the delegations participating in the selection process, the preparation, the development and the simulation in this type of models.  ...  Finally, it is determined that the main adversity that the delegates have faced during the models, is the interaction with other participants due to the ideological differences, cultural and idiomatic  ...  Finally, with the experience as participants in this type of experiential education are considerable advantages that students get involved in the NMUN, WMOAS, and models of negotiation with this type of  ... 
doi:10.14422/cir.i19.y2020.003 fatcat:2zyea6ldcnhfncijfu2j4vkdi4

Who Governs? Delegations in Global Trade Lawmaking

Terence C. Halliday, Josh Pacewicz, Susan Block-Lieb
2011 Social Science Research Network  
Using a new analytic approach, this paper focuses on previously invisible attributes of a global legislature -the state and non-state delegations and delegates that create universal norms for international  ...  Who governs in the international organizations (IOs) that promulgate global norms on trade and commercial law?  ...  Acknowledgments Earlier versions of this paper were read at the Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, New York, 18 February 2009; the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Law  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1928801 fatcat:zddco5gbcbhkpof45qek3buy6i

The Economic Cost of Attending Educational Conferences. IJonSES, 1(1), 30-42.pdf

Nrowe@Ulapland.Fi Nrowe@Ulapland.Fi
2019 Figshare  
The findings show significant individual expenditures for both domestic and international delegates.  ...  conference delegates.  ...  International delegates created 17.9t CO 2 with road travel, and 97.21t CO 2 with air travel (BlueSkyModel) (0.9063t / delegate).  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.8718569 fatcat:4jaik3a3hbgbbefejwzuler2cm

Accountability and Abuses of Power in World Politics

RUTH W. GRANT, ROBERT O. KEOHANE
2005 American Political Science Review  
We identify seven types of accountability mechanisms and consider their applicability to states, NGOs, multilateral organizations, multinational corporations, and transgovernmental networks.  ...  Thinking clearly about these questions requires recognizing a distinction, evident in theories of accountability at the nation-state level, between "participation" and "delegation" models of accountability  ...  We explore accountability mechanisms of both types that could be utilized to regulate global powers in a manner compatible with democratic principles (see Held 1995 and Young 2000, chap 7) .  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0003055405051476 fatcat:qkgwmtrn7zcxlm23tlpq4lo46i

Delegation, Sponsorship, and Autonomy: An Integrated Framework for Understanding Armed Group–State Relationships

Kai M Thaler
2021 Journal of Global Security Studies  
What types of relationships do armed groups have with states? How do different levels of ties and power relations affect both armed group and government behavior?  ...  This article develops a spectrum across which armed group–state relationships can move, focusing on three key types of relationships—delegation, sponsorship, and autonomy.  ...  Delegation internally is likewise common.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jogss/ogab026 fatcat:xffiewckyvgspfslv5we357oj4

Occurrence and Effects of Leader Delegation in Virtual Software Teams

Suling Zhang, Marilyn Tremaine, Rich Egan, Allen Milewski, Patrick O'Sullivan, Jerry Fjermestad
2009 International Journal of e-collaboration  
The study found that virtual team leaders delegate more to competent virtual teams and that such delegation is positively correlated with team member satisfaction with their leader and with team member  ...  with the team leader.  ...  International Journal of e-Collaboration, 5(1), -, January-March 2009Copyright © 2009, IGI Global.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jec.2009010104 fatcat:olig6654m5fezaruuxyg6cozzq

When does the structural power of business fade? assessing business privileged access at global climate negotiations

Marcel Hanegraaff
2022 Environmental Politics  
To evaluate privileged access, I compare actors which gained access to country delegations (n = 804) with the organizations that participated during the conferences as observers (n = 2,930).  ...  Which non-state actors gain privileged access to policymakers during global environmental negotiations? This paper offers a first systematic answer to this question.  ...  Predicted chance of being included in the delegation by group type (business & NGO). Predicted chance for being included in delegation per group type, based on Model 1.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09644016.2022.2087353 fatcat:rpydo7hkwzcefh2y7p2t3mzwcy

Management of Migraine and the Accessibility of Specialist Care: Findings from an Extended Multinational Survey (My Migraine Center Survey)

Siriporn Wongsiriroj, Elisabetta Grillo, Sabrina Levi, Ronald Zielman, Elia Lahouiri, Marco Marchina, Marco Pedrazzoli, Matias Ferraris
2020 Neurology and Therapy  
There was limited access to specialized centers in this enlarged sample; with global average waiting list of 3.7 months for the first visit and 2.5 months for the follow-up visit.  ...  This study confirmed differences across treatment center archetypes in terms of patients, waiting lists, level of delegation to nurse, and patient education and compliance, and provides support for the  ...  Type I centers have the highest level of delegation to the nurse, and this contrasts with a low level of delegation in all other settings.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40120-020-00205-4 pmid:32767268 fatcat:xgeiq3nnhjhx3o754vh7vt7ar4

Measuring the Empowerment of International Organizations: The Evolution of Financial and Staff Capabilities

Eugénia Heldt, Henning Schmidtke
2017 Global Policy  
International organizations' (IOs) power in shaping global governance outcomes is not only determined by the formal delegation of tasks and issue areas but also by the necessary capabilities to fulfill  ...  type of issue areas become more intrusive, IO power increases.  ...  Notes This article presents data generated in the context of the research project 'Delegation of Power to International Organizations and Institutional Empowerment over Time' (DELPOWIO)  ... 
doi:10.1111/1758-5899.12449 pmid:29213334 pmcid:PMC5703441 fatcat:4wm76wt2rngofkcyerksj5sxjm

Formalized model and implementation of service visualization

De-Ke Guo, Liang Zhao, Hong-Hui Chen, Xue-Shan Luo
2005 IEEE International Conference on Web Services (ICWS'05)  
Then, we propose the implementation solution of virtualized service-oriented application from perspective of global and local instantiation process.  ...  and delegation services with the assistance of global monitor service at running phase. (3) Then, allocate invoking request for virtualized service to candidate service instance transparently.  ...  Local resource management service realizes resource type space, and maintains the mapping information between resource type and resource instance, and also create the mapping information between resource  ... 
doi:10.1109/icws.2005.63 dblp:conf/icws/GuoZCL05 fatcat:2cpfvrqryfe6dg3zyehhimwwly

Feminism, global inequality, and the 1975 Mexico city conference [chapter]

Aoife O'Donoghue, Adam Rowe
2021 Women and the UN  
Fraser (US), who attended the conference, recollected how US delegates were strictly instructed not to hold any communication with those delegates from the socialist bloc. 31 The USSR delegates and others  ...  Global women's organizations of the late 19th and early 20th centuries were able to realize substantive legal change-change, moreover, that occurred contemporaneously with the evolution of modern international  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781003036708-6 fatcat:67a2ts3obbehfpehzyna5xfzwq

Understanding Disenfranchisement: Civil Society and Developing Countries' Influence and Participation in Global Governance for Sustainable Development

Dana R. Fisher, Jessica F. Green
2004 Global Environmental Politics  
In his contextual paper for the High-Level Panel on UN-Civil Society Relations, former president of Brazil, Fernando Henrique Cardoso, points out that the "[c]ontemporary global order is increasingly the  ...  Within this context, the different levels of inºuence among nation-states and others involved in the negotiations of international treaties and policies have become readily apparent.  ...  Similarly, international processes tend to favor civil society actors with certain types of organizational forms.  ... 
doi:10.1162/1526380041748047 fatcat:cpvlfthzcfhplg5ffegujk5muy

Investigating the expenditure and experience of international conference delegates visiting Malaysia

Rupam Konar, Taylor's University, Kashif Hussain, UCSI University
2018 Journal of Global Business Insights  
The purpose of this study is to investigate the expenditure patterns of the international conference delegates in micro areas in relation with the experience level measured based on their spending.  ...  A quantitative research based approach was employed through survey method in the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre to collect the data based on ordinal-polytomous type survey instrument. 378 international  ...  The type of delegates participated in the research survey were majorly the international (72.8%) followed by Regional (ASEAN) (27.2%).  ... 
doi:10.5038/2640-6489.3.2.1034 fatcat:3j2gyjf36feh7nkrqtbbgfh3sa

International Authority of International Organizations and Access Provision for Transnational Actors

Adil Nussipov
2018 Politikon (Bucure?ti)  
IOs with high and low international authority levels provide less access than IOs with medium levels of authority. High authority IOs have no functional needs in involving TNAs.  ...  I argue that the international authority of IOs plays an important role in shaping the level of access provision.  ...  The emergence of global democracy norm itself is associated with the dominance of democratic powers on the international arena (Grigorescu, 2007: 626) .  ... 
doi:10.22151/politikon.39.3 fatcat:qb67zj3eynd4lm4zbigmyk3nfa

Increasing nursing capacity in genomics: Overview of existing global genomics resources

Kathleen A. Calzone, Maggie Kirk, Emma Tonkin, Laurie Badzek, Caroline Benjamin, Anna Middleton
2018 Nurse Education Today  
Objectives: The aim was to identify existing global genomic resources and competencies, identifying the source, type and accessibility.  ...  Participants: A purposive sample of global nursing leaders and representatives of national and international nursing organizations.  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to the Global Genomics Nursing Alliance delegates -who gave their time to respond to the resource survey. We would also like to acknowledge the contribution of Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2018.06.032 pmid:30007148 pmcid:PMC6112149 fatcat:rdwdwgatubfrdbzyrkro6n44i4
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