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2007, Collected courses of the Academy of European Law, ISBN 019923308X, Volume 16/4, xxviii, 244
.... When a right is violated or damage is caused, access to justice is of fundamental importance for the injured individual and it is an essential component of the rule of law... 
Justice, Administration of | Human rights | Legal aid | Due process of law | Human Rights and Immigration | Human Rights | International law | Sovereign immunity | Torture victims | European law | Access to justice | Human Rights Committee | Law of war | Environmental justice | Equality before the law | Legal assistance to the poor
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2006, Independent Evaluation Group Studies, ISBN 0821367927, xx, 127
... of whether children are learning adequately. The report recommends that countries, the World Bank and development partners give the same emphasis to learning outcomes as to access, so that the world's increasing investments in primary education... 
Evaluation | Education, Elementary | Education | World Bank Evaluation | Finance | Educational assistance | Dezentralisierung | Weltbank | Primarbereich | Südamerika | Asien | Struktur | Methodologie | Armut | Vietnam | Mali | Berichterstattung | Lehrerbedarf | Jemen | Bildungssystem | Welt | Organisation | Uruguay | Grundschule | Entwicklungshilfe | Afrika | Finanzierung | Entwicklungsland | Projekt | Bildungsmanagement | Peru | World Bank | Developing countries | INSTRUCTIONAL TIME | SCHOOL | CURRICULUM | PRIMARY SCHOOL ENROLLMENTS | COUNTRY CASE STUDIES | QUALITY OF INSTRUCTION | PRIMARY COMPLETION | LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT | EDUCATION MANAGEMENT | RATES OF RETURN | SCHOOLING ACCESS | UPE | PRIMARY SCHOOLING | SOCIAL GROUPS | SCHOOL LEARNING | PRIMARY ENROLLMENT | TEACHER RECRUITMENT | ACCESS FOR GIRLS | EARLY READING | ACCESS TO PRIMARY EDUCATION | COUNTRY ASSISTANCE STRATEGIES | TEACHER EDUCATION | UNIVERSAL PRIMARY SCHOOL COMPLETION | NET ENROLLMENT | EDUCATIONAL QUALITY | ECONOMIC GROWTH | INSTRUCTION | STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT | MOBILITY | UNIVERSAL PRIMARY ENROLLMENT | BASIC EDUCATION | PRIMARY COMPLETION RATES | ADULTS | SCHOOL-AGE | ENROLLMENT EXPANSION | GROSS ENROLLMENT | DEVELOPMENT GOALS | DECENTRALIZATION | EDUCATION PLANS | PRIMARY ENROLLMENTS | ENROLLMENT OF GIRLS | QUALITY PRIMARY EDUCATION | EARLY CHILDHOOD | GER | PRIMARY EDUCATION PROJECTS | SCHOOL SYSTEM | INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT | NUTRITION | PRIMARY LEVEL | URBAN AREAS | DECENTRALIZED MANAGEMENT | EDUCATION MANAGERS | TEACHER | VOCATIONAL EDUCATION | ACCESS TO LEARNING | EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION | SCHOOL DROPOUT | CENTRAL MANAGEMENT | ASSESSMENT REPORTS | PERFORMANCE INDICATORS | SCHOOL QUALITY | SCHOOLS | BASIC KNOWLEDGE | EDUCATION EXPERTS | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | EDUCATION SECTOR | BY REGION | PRIMARY SCHOOL-AGE POPULATION | LEARNING PROCESSES | EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES | READING SKILLS | DECISION MAKING | PAPERS | ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS | READING | DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN | NUMERACY | SCHOOL FEES | LEARNING | EDUCATION EXPENDITURES | PRIMARY EDUCATION LENDING | TEACHER INCENTIVES | NEGATIVE EFFECTS | PRIMARY SCHOOL COMPLETION RATES | LIFELONG EDUCATION | PRIMARY SCHOOL AGE | SCHOOL GRADUATES | BASIC LEARNING | BASIC LEARNING NEEDS | STUDENT ASSESSMENT | NER | PRIMARY COMPLETION RATE | TEACHERS | EDUCATION INVESTMENT | GROSS ENROLLMENT RATIOS | PRIMARY EDUCATION | REPETITION RATES | COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT | MEASURING LEARNING OUTCOMES | IMPROVING ACCESS | NUMBER OF SCHOOLS | STUDENT ASSESSMENT SYSTEMS | SCHOOL PROGRAM | PRIMARY EDUCATION PORTFOLIO | DONOR SUPPORT | INTERVENTIONS | NATIONAL COMMITMENT | REPETITION | IMPROVEMENT OF EDUCATION QUALITY | NET ENROLLMENT RATIO | ENROLLMENT RATE | SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT | POOR COUNTRIES | CLASSROOM | TEACHER DEVELOPMENT | PRIMARY EDUCATION EVALUATION | OUT-OF-SCHOOL CHILDREN | EDUCATION EXPENDITURE | POVERTY REDUCTION | SCHOOL AUTONOMY | CAREER PATHS | SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION | BASIC LITERACY | PRIMARY SCHOOL ACCESS | YOUTH | SCHOLARSHIPS | COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT | PRIMARY SCHOOL | QUALITY PRIMARY EDUCATION SYSTEM | QUALITY OF EDUCATION | UNIVERSAL ACCESS | EDUCATION FOR ALL | UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION | EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT | QUALITY ASSURANCE | DISADVANTAGED GROUPS | EDUCATIONAL SERVICES | GENERAL EDUCATION | STUDENT PERFORMANCE | RURAL AREAS | MATHEMATICS | GLOBAL MONITORING | GROSS ENROLLMENT RATE | GROSS PRIMARY ENROLLMENT RATIO | PRIMARY ENROLLMENT RATIOS | PRIMARY EDUCATION OUTCOMES | SECONDARY EDUCATION | EQUITABLE ACCESS | TYPES OF EDUCATION | PRIMARY SCHOOL YEARS | TEACHING | UNIVERSAL COMPLETION | GENDER DISPARITIES | PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT | RESEARCH CAPACITY | AVAILABILITY OF TEXTBOOKS | SCHOOLING | UNIVERSAL PRIMARY COMPLETION | LEARNING OUTCOMES | SCIENCE STUDY | COMMUNITY EDUCATION | LOW ACHIEVEMENT | STUDENT LEARNING | PRIMARY EDUCATION PROJECT | PRIMARY EDUCATION ASSISTANCE | KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY | IMPROVEMENT OF EDUCATION | STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
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Frontiers in plant science, ISSN 1664-462X, 10/2019, Volume 10, pp. 1175 - 1175
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02/2013, CEL Public Access Collection: Libraries, ISBN 1100206957, 18 pages
The evaluation of the Initiative for Equitable Library Access (IELA) was undertaken by the Evaluation Function of the Audit and Evaluation Directorate within Library and Archives Canada (LAC... 
Evaluation | Canada | Initiative for Equitable Library Access (Canada) | Reference
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2012, World Bank study, ISBN 9780821389584, xxi, 86
.... Although increases in the number of health workers particularly in rural areas may have contributed to improving access to some health services... 
Medical personnel | Health Manpower | National Health Programs | Health Resources | Public health | Maternal Health Services | Medical care | Medical economics | Ethiopia | BASIC HEALTH | PHARMACY | LABOR MARKETS | NEWBORN | TETANUS | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | TREATMENT | MATERNAL MORTALITY RATIOS | PHYSICIANS | HEALTH SECTOR | MORBIDITY | ACCESS TO HEALTH SERVICES | HOME VISITS | EMERGENCY OBSTETRIC CARE | URBAN BIAS | HEALTH SYSTEMS | MATERNAL CARE | ACCESS TO EDUCATION | HUMAN RESOURCES | FEMALE | PREGNANCY | LABORATORY WORKERS | HEALTH SERVICES | BASIC HEALTH SERVICES | MALARIA | URBAN AREAS | MORTALITY | PATIENTS | SEX | HOSPITALS | PREVALENCE | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | SANITATION | SOCIOECONOMIC DIFFERENCES | MATERNAL HEALTH SERVICES | DECISION MAKING | LARGE POPULATION | HEALTH CARE FACILITIES | LIVE BIRTHS | SPECIALIST | GENERAL PRACTITIONER | POTENTIAL USERS | INFORMATION SYSTEM | HEALTH CENTRE | MEDICAL CARE | CLINICS | CHILD HEALTH | WORKPLACE | HEALTH EXPENDITURES | SECONDARY SCHOOL EDUCATION | COMMUNITY HEALTH | HEALTH OUTCOMES | MIDWIFE | HEALTH-SEEKING BEHAVIOR | NEONATAL MORTALITY | MATERNAL HEALTH | MALARIA CASES | NURSE | PATIENT SATISFACTION | FAMILIES | INFANT | EYE CARE | HEALTH ORGANIZATION | SICK LEAVE | LABOR MARKET | HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS | MEDICAL EDUCATION | HEALTH POSTS | HOSPITAL | JOB SECURITY | QUALITY ASSURANCE | INFANT HEALTH CARE | RURAL AREAS | MEDICINE | MIDWIFERY | IMMUNIZATION | OBSTETRICS | PROGRESS | SECONDARY EDUCATION | PREMATURE DEATH | DOCTORS | PUBLIC HEALTH WORKERS | TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES | LOCAL COMMUNITY | MIGRATION | WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION | IRON | HEALTH SERVICE | FAMILY PLANNING | SCHOOL HEALTH | HEALTH CARE | MEDICAL SCHOOLS | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | HEALTH INDICATORS | POLICY IMPLICATIONS | VICTIMS | HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT | PHARMACISTS | PARAMEDICS | MEDICAL SCHOOL | NURSES | EMPLOYMENT | MIDWIVES | SECONDARY SCHOOL | SPECIALISTS | MOTHERS | HEALTH PROVIDERS | MINORITY | MOTHER | WORKERS | MATERNAL MORTALITY RATIO | HEALTH WORKFORCE | MINISTRY OF HEALTH | DISSEMINATION | PUBLIC HEALTH | HEALTH MESSAGES | WORKING CONDITIONS | YOUNG WOMEN | INCOME | DRUGS | HEALTH MANAGEMENT | MORTALITY RATE | MIGRANTS | PREGNANT MOTHERS | AGED | DEATH RATE | INTERVENTION | HIV/AIDS | MEDICAL DOCTORS | POSTNATAL CARE | HEALTH TRAINING | MINISTRY OF EDUCATION | MATERNAL MORTALITY | PHARMACIST | PROBABILITY | HEALTH RESULTS | HIV | ANTENATAL CARE | LEGAL STATUS | SCHOOL CURRICULA | MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS | PATIENT | HEALTH CENTERS | POLICY DISCUSSIONS | TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE | PUSH FACTORS | SURGERY | POTENTIAL MIGRANTS | PHYSICIAN | ABORTION CARE | MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH | SCHOOL STUDENTS | ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH | MEDICAL DOCTOR | FEMALES | DEATHS | MATERNITY LEAVE | SHORT SUPPLY | HEALTH PROFESSIONALS | IMMIGRATION | HEALTH EXTENSION | ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE | NEWBORN CARE | LIVING CONDITIONS | INFANT HEALTH | HEALTH CARE PROVIDER | BABIES | NURSING | NEONATAL HEALTH | MATERNITY CARE | HEALTH SYSTEMS STRENGTHENING | POPULATION DATA | EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY | HOUSEHOLD INCOME | IMMUNODEFICIENCY | LABOR FORCE | HEALTH EXPENDITURE | PUBLIC HEALTH PROVISION | ACCESS TO CARE | CERTIFICATION | CITIES | URBAN POPULATIONS | HEALTH FACILITIES | BULLETIN | COUNTRY OF DESTINATION | ABORTION | GENDER | HEALTH CARE SERVICES | EQUITABLE ACCESS | GENERAL PRACTITIONERS | HEALTH PROFESSIONAL | TEACHING HOSPITALS | POLICY-MAKING PROCESS | RURAL COMMUNITIES | RURAL RESIDENTS
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2005, ISBN 0821360582, xx, 475
Poverty reduction on a large scale depends on empowering those who are most motivated to move out of poverty—poor people themselves. But if empowerment cannot... 
Community development | Poverty | Developing countries | Citizen participation | INFORMAL SECTOR | BASIC HEALTH | POLITICAL PARTIES | CHILD LABOR | LABOR MARKETS | CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATION | INEQUALITY | POOR | CORRUPTION | SOCIAL GROUPS | CITIZENS | MULTILATERAL DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTIONS | BASIC HEALTH CARE | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | CORRUPTION PERCEPTIONS | CIVIL LIBERTIES | MULTILATERAL DEVELOPMENT | ACCESS TO SERVICES | GOOD GOVERNANCE | POLITICAL ECONOMY | AGRICULTURE | EMPOWERMENT | PUBLIC POLICY | POWERLESSNESS | SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT | SOCIAL INSURANCE PROGRAMS | PRIVATE SECTOR | COMMUNITY LEVEL | POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS | DEVELOPMENT GOALS | SAFETY NET | POVERTY | DIMENSIONS OF POVERTY | INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS | INVESTMENT CLIMATE | RURAL ROADS | NATIONAL LEVEL | PUBLIC SECTOR GOVERNANCE | CITIZEN PARTICIPATION | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS | SOCIAL CAPITAL | DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATIONS | ACCESS TO JUSTICE | CIVIL SOCIETY | FARMER | LOCAL KNOWLEDGE | SANITATION | ACCOUNTABILITY | INCOME | DECISION MAKING | POOR COMMUNITIES | SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT | DEMOCRACY | TRAINING PROGRAMS | INTERNATIONAL AGENCIES | POLITICAL STRUCTURES | CITIZEN VOICE | PUBLIC FUNDS | RURAL | ACCESS TO MARKETS | POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY PAPER | MARKET ECONOMIES | RULE OF LAW | FINANCIAL SERVICES | NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS | FINANCIAL SYSTEMS | HOUSEHOLDS | ECONOMIC CONDITIONS | COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT | CAPACITY BUILDING | SOCIAL EXCLUSION | CIVIL SOCIETY PARTICIPATION | PARTICIPATORY POVERTY ASSESSMENT | ACCESS TO LAND | CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS | HUMAN RIGHTS | PARTICIPATION | POOR COUNTRIES | ECONOMIC REFORMS | RURAL DEVELOPMENT | DEVELOPMENT EFFECTIVENESS | POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY | POVERTY REDUCTION | FORESTS | COMMUNITY-DRIVEN DEVELOPMENT | INSTITUTIONAL RELATIONS | NGO | POOR WOMEN | YOUTH | COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT | INSTITUTIONAL REFORM | INTERNAL ACCOUNTABILITY | DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION | CONFLICT | FINANCIAL ASSETS | INSURANCE | LOCAL LEVELS | INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS | PERCEPTIONS INDEX | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT REPORT | INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT | POOR PEOPLE | PUBLIC POLICIES | BASIC SERVICES | STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT | TRANSPARENCY | ACCESS TO INFORMATION | HOUSING | ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT | EQUITABLE ACCESS | LIVESTOCK | QUALITY OF LIFE | CITIZEN | POLITICAL ACCOUNTABILITY | UNEQUAL ACCESS | RISK | SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY | PUBLIC INFORMATION | INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE | ETHNIC CONFLICT | SAVINGS | BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT | LOCAL GOVERNANCE | POLITICAL COMPETITION
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Utilities policy, ISSN 0957-1787, 06/2019, Volume 58, pp. 40 - 51
Sustainable Development Goal 6 of the United Nations, adopted in 2015, aims at equitable access to safe and affordable drinking water for all by... 
Piped supply | Equitable access | Households | Domestic use | Drinking water source | Environmental Studies | Life Sciences & Biomedicine | Technology | Environmental Sciences & Ecology | Energy & Fuels | Science & Technology | Environmental Sciences | Drinking water | Aquatic resources | Analysis
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