Institutions

Some articles on institutions:

National Human Rights Institutions - Regional Groupings of NHRIs
... International Ombudsman Institute Network of African National Human Rights Institutions (NANHRI) Asia Pacific Forum of National Human Rights Institutions (APF) European Group of ...
MarijampolÄ— - Education
... educational system with state education institutions 9 pre-school institutions, 6 nursery schools, 1 primary school, 12 lower secondary schools, 9 secondary schools, 3 gymnasium, a youth ...
Know Your Customer - Enhanced Due Diligence
... While EDD has not been internationally defined, the USA PATRIOT Act dictates that institutions "shall establish appropriate, specific, and, where necessary, enhanced, due diligence policies ... are neither globally consistent nor prescriptive, financial institutions are at risk of being held to differing standards dependent upon their jurisdiction and ...
Lingayatism - Lingayats and Social Work
... Some of these institutions also have branches in other states of India ... Some of the notable Lingayat-run institutions include the JSS group of institutions, KLE Society, Siddaganga Education Society, Vishweshwar Sahakari ( Cooperative ...
National Electricity Market - Regulation - Institutions - AEMO
... AEMO was established by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) and developed under the guidance of the Ministerial Council on Energy (MCE) ... AEMO is run by a skills-based board of nine non-Executive Directors and the Chief Executive Officer ...

Famous quotes containing the word institutions:

    Have we no culture, no refinement,—but skill only to live coarsely and serve the Devil?—to acquire a little worldly wealth, or fame, or liberty, and make a false show with it, as if we were all husk and shell, with no tender and living kernel to us? Shall our institutions be like those chestnut burs which contain abortive nuts, perfect only to prick the fingers?
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    You can’t talk about a kind of democracy unless those who are affected by decisions make those decisions whether the institutions in question be the welfare department, the university, the factory, the farm, the neighborhood, the country.
    Casey Hayden (b. c. 1940)

    So far as laws and institutions avail, men should have equality of opportunity for happiness; that is, of education, wealth, power. These make happiness secure. An equal diffusion of happiness so far as laws and institutions avail.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)