Emerging and Newly Identified Health Risks – New Challenges for Risk Assessment -The Inter-Committee Coordination Group

https://ec.europa.eu/health/scientific_committees/emerging/docs/scenihr_o_037.pdf

Scientific Committee on Emerging and Newly Identified Health Risks
SCENIHR
Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety
SCCS
Scientific Committee on Health and Environmental Risks
SCHER

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The World Development Report 2019, The Changing Nature of Work, is finally out – officially

http://blogs.worldbank.org/developmenttalk/world-development-report-2019-changing-nature-work-finally-out-officially-0

The World Development Report 2019, The Changing Nature of Work, is finally out – officially

Also available in: Español [1]

For the many of you who have accompanied us on this voyage, that its publication in its final version comes as no surprise will, I hope, not diminish the sense of achievement that I share with everyone involved in its production. Even as we launch the report, we can take pride in how well-read it already is.

For the first time the World Bank published the report in draft form while it was being written. For seven months it has benefited from thousands of comments and suggestions from a wide range of readers, encompassing government, academia, civil society and activists. Each and every comment has contributed to the final version. Along the way the report has been downloaded 370,000
times – a record for a World Bank report.

Let me walk you through the report’s chapters:

Chapter 1 considers this question and presents a new framework for thinking about the changing nature of work. The nature of work is changing…but how? [2]

Chapter 2 takes a look at how business is being shaped by technology and the rise of the superstar firm. How are increased automation and digitization impacting business?  [3]

Chapter 3 is home to the Human Capital Index – you can read all about the reasons why the Bank has launched the index and also check how your country ranks by delving into Chapter Two. Changes in the relative demand for skills in labor markets demands greater investments in human capital. [4] Learn about the World Bank’s new Human Capital Index in Chapter 3

Chapter 4 examines the acquisition of human capital from birth and how in the future we will have to prepare for multiple careers by adopting lifelong learning strategies. Technological progress might bring opportunity, but it can be disruptive in the process. How can we best prepare people who are currently in work? [5] Chapter 4 considers this question.

Chapter 5 looks at the huge task of moving people around the world from informal work – where they receive no social protection – and how this particularly affects women and rural workers. People also learn valuable skills at work, but how does learning differ between different types of workers? [6] Chapter 5 presents new analysis.

Chapter 6 digs into the three key elements of making social protection available and sustainable now and in the future. Increasingly fluid labor markets and persistent informality demand a rethink of social protection systems. [7] Chapter 6 looks at some of the options

And Chapter 7 discusses a ‘new deal’ social contract and how a restructured taxation system can help to pay for it. How can the changing nature of work be harnessed to improve social inclusion and at what cost? [8] This topic is explored in Chapter 7

The report challenges governments to take better care of their citizens, calling for a universal guaranteed minimum level of social protection. As more investments are made in social protection, a balanced approach to labor market regulations could help movement between jobs.

To paraphrase Winston Churchill, publication is not the end, nor the beginning of the end of the report’s purpose, but it might be the end of the beginning. I hope that the ideas it contains will continue to cultivate discussion among policy makers and others, leading to action. The new Human Capital Index is one of the tools that will, we believe, encourage governments to make the right decisions.

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CIA 1960: Memorandum for Climate Control – Veterans Today | News – Military Foreign Affairs Policy

https://www.veteranstoday.com/2018/08/11/cia-1960-memorandum-for-climate-control/

CIA 1960: Memorandum for Climate Control

By Enkidu Gilgamesh for Veterans Today

CONTENT

  1. Comprehension of the uncomprendable!
  2. Why Climate Control?
  3. ClimateControl results in ClimateChange!
  4. Explaining some notions.
  5. Truth with the labyrinth of lies.
  6. The CIA-Memorandum
  7. The “good” CIA job.
  8. Other Historic Documents
  9. Sources
  10. Other Papers confirming ClimateControl!
  11. Geophysical Warfare in practice!

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1. Comprehension of the uncomprendable!

 . Before the climatology scam began, the CIA wrote a memorandum named “Climate Control“. Unter the conditions of post WWII and ongoing cold war. After 20 years of research the development and usage of climate control methods was proposed and the official implementation started with this memorandum. . The paper reveals not only the intention of global water grabbing (GWG) for desert farming and climate control as WMD of “Goephysical Warfare“, but climate control as the main reason for the development of nuclear energy! . According to this paper the nuclear power plants are proposed as the source of magnitude energy, required for climate control! . Definitely, climate control is the backbone of BPMED (Bankster Pervert Military Empire of Deception)! Just to give the monster a descriptive name. .

Read more “CIA 1960: Memorandum for Climate Control – Veterans Today | News – Military Foreign Affairs Policy”

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FULL report I used in the Cooking of Humanity video never say this . . . REPORT ON GOVERNMENT-HELD SPECTRUM INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY TO SPUR ECONOMIC GROWTH ENFORCEMENT

U.S. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY REPORT TO THE   PRESIDENT

ENFORCEMENT COORDINATOR REALIZING THE FULL POTENTIAL – ANNUAL REPORT ON GOVERNMENT-HELD SPECTRUM INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

TO SPUR ECONOMIC GROWTH ENFORCEMENT

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Smart/Resilient Cities – future of the Internet of Things will be ‘EPIC’ – white paper . . .

The future of the Internet of Things will be ‘EPIC’

Georgia Institute of Technology’s Center for the Development and Application of Internet of Things Technologies (CDAIT) recently released a new paper titled “Driving New Modes of IoT-Facilitated Citizen/User Engagement.” ITU News caught up with Alain Louchez, Managing Director of CDAIT, to discuss the potential of the Internet of Things (IoT) for improving lives and building Smart Cities.

 

The future of the Internet of Things will be ‘EPIC’

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MIND CONTROL Technologies – Secret Meetings – and Murders – From 1992 . . .

MIND CONTROL Technologies – Secret Meetings – and Murders – From 1992 . . .

Note: This was the technology being released and was in current use in 1992. What is now used is incredibly advanced and best described as remote induction (soft-style) no voices heard but attitudes shaped in mass population very slowly and subtly except for controlled experiments like the DNC demonstrations of college students who leaders are paid and the followers are targeted with mass (soft) remote induction. Remote soft induction is now the norm, but voice to skull is periodically tested and deployed to see how effective it capabilities can be in selected unstable or mentally ill targets.

Phone calls can be totally morphed  or partially morphed or even single words changed to sound exactly the same as the speaker, all done by high speed quantum based A.I. logarithms. There is a lot more to all this now, depends on how much you want to know. This jives with the Comm 12 Briefing Report and the Finders docs referred to in the US News and World Report (USN controlled).

This is a program from a conference in 1992. I wish that none of it was true. This did not originate with me (please).scan0001 scan0002

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U.S. Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs

U.S. Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs

Excerpt:

In 1994 the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD)entered into a cooperative agreement to develop technologies of value to both. This agreement, codified in a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) and signed by the Deputy Secretary of Defense and the Attorney General, formalized and focused a longstanding ad hoc relationship. To manage this technology development program and to direct its day-to-day activities, the MOU established a Joint Program Steering Group (JPSG) that would represent both departments and be staffed with members from several agencies.

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MICROWAVES: DOCUMENT YEAR 1948 – There was other occasional damage to the eyes. Retinal hemorrhage and bleeding into the vitreous.

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MICROWAVES: DOCUMENT YEAR 1948 – There was other occasional damage to the eyes. Retinal hemorrhage and bleeding into the vitreous.

There was other occasional damage to the eyes, such as retinal hemorrhage and bleeding into the vitreous.

The practical applications of these microwaves are discussed. Until further data are accumulated, precaution should be observed in the use of microwaves in the region of the face and orbit.

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