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    The Global Eradication of Polio

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    The Global Eradication of Polio The possibility of the eradication of polio worldwide is an imminent and exciting prospect as the "goal" year quickly approaches. In 1988, the World Health Assembly, which governs the World Health Organization, set the goal of eliminating polio from the world by the year 2010. Many organizations have joined the effort along with the World Health Organization: the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, UNICEF, Rotary International, Global Health Network, the

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    Registration No. F-509/Latur PEOPLE’S INSTITUTE OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT, (PIRD) AN APPEAL EDUCATIONAL AWARENESS PROGRAMME FOR ERADICATION OF CHILD LABOUR 1. Background of the Organisation : Inspired by the Nationwide call of Mahatma Gandhi ‘March towards Village,’ People’s Institute of Rural Development - PIRD was established in the year 1983. PIRD is working for landless labour, poor farmers, child labour & women groups related to rural development programmes. Campaign against child labour and

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    Total Eradication of Landmines

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    Total Eradication of Landmines Landmines do not discriminate between friend, foe, or civilian; they recognize no cease-fire; and continue to be destructive long after they are deployed. The problem with landmines is that they are an inexpensive weapon that can be implemented in great amounts and almost at random, so as to cause the maximum physical and psychological damage to an opponent. Because of their low cost, landmines have been manufactured and dispersed at an exponential rate; and

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    The Effects of Coca Eradication in Colombia

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    The Effects of Coca Eradication in Colombia A farmer wipes his brow under the hot sun. He started on his crops early in the morning, most likely before sunrise and will most likely work until the sun goes down. He is working for his family, to support them, to provide food and shelter for his wife and two sons, even for other families. Yet the pressures of working to support a family are only a fraction of the strain put upon this farmer. The life of this farmer and others like him in Colombia

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    that their imperialistic ventures were a natural turn of events and not a cruel, opressionistic system of government. These imperialistic nations exploited other nations and cultures and their troops’ motivation was the glory of the nation and the eradication of the weaker races on earth. These soldiers believed in Social Darwinism. Also, nations were able to become imperialistic because of the support of their people. They “marketed” imperialism through Social Darwinism. Finally, when these weaker countries

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    The War on Drugs and U.S. Foreign Policy

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    U.S. Coast Guard, and U.S. Customs. Also, included in this list are the numerous local law enforcement agencies across the country. The U.S. government has instituted the following ways for enforcing its foreign drug policy: interdiction, eradication, legislative reform. Interdiction is the attempt to stop drugs as they are en route to the United States. This remains to be a formidable task; because of the enormous size of the United States, policing its vast borders has proven to be extremely

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    Child Labour

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    scale in a country like India. It is noticed that, in recent times our society is showing some signs of awareness about this social evil. This is the first part of the article giving details about the efforts undertaken in and around Ahmedpur for eradication of this system. Since past 12 years I am working on various issues related to rural areas through People’s Institute of Rural Development and Rachanatmac Sangharsha Samiti (Maharashtra). To generate employment for farm labour through “employment

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    It is a melancholy object to those who attend this great school or those similar, when they see the desks, the tables, and the lockers cluttered with textbooks of literature, often accompanied by a rather thick notebook, and importuning all with the reminder of wasted hours in that dreaded classroom. This class, rather than filled with the teachings of unique and worthwhile lore, instead is saturated with utterly boring and useless information. This class, when one has finally settled in life, has

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    can not be revoked by any form of tyrant. Rather than hinting at a type of anarchy, this statement merely describes each man’s duty to performing justice in all his actions. This does not refer to any "man’s duty... to devote himself to the eradication of any, even the most enormous wrong; he may still properly have other concerns to engage him; but it is his duty, at least, to wash his hands of it, and, if he gives it no thought longer, not to give it practically his support" (681). The term

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    with generous capital, any worker with a decent idea can become his own boss and the need for unions and strikes desisted. This was something that had begun occurring already in Bellamy’s time, as had monopolies. This was the second step in the eradication of strikes as companies began to aggregate and form large syndicates. Finally, the largest syndicate of all, the government took over all industry. “When it was proposed that the nation should assume their functions (corporations), the suggestions

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