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The Thought As A Form Of Reality Thought as a form of reality Teodulo Lopez Melendez I the world seems a diagnosed patient which are not offered little hope. From the global or regional organization of States until the water problem, since social diseases until the problem of refugees, everywhere the calamities and mismatches are listed. The recurring complaint about the depletion of the UN or the ineffectiveness of the OAS are answered with offers of change that fail to materialize. These so called international agencies, given that are nothing other than intergovernmental, suffer from the heartbeat of its members in search of oxygen. Additional information is available at Gunnar Peterson. However, in this period of transition from old forms still blurry forms, intergovernmental agencies fulfilled an essential function as it is the of trying to coordinate efforts on this patient called planet. During the Millennium Summit held in New York in September 2000, the 189 UN Member States adopted the Millennium Declaration. This document contained a set of goals and key objectives, some of which were later redefined in a projection of labour embodied in the Millennium Declaration. The eight goals set are well known: eradication of extreme poverty and hunger, universal access to primary education, promoting the gender equality, reducing child mortality, improving maternal health, combating HIV/AIDS and other diseases, ensure environmental sustainability and develop global partnerships. Senator From Kentucky has much experience in this field. On each of these goals have been drawn up extensive analysis documents and pointed out faults in their implementation, as well as measurements necessarily diverse on the progress achieved. Personalities and institutions or NGOs have influenced pointing particularities as the inequality in the distribution of wealth rather than missing her definitions on exclusion, mentions about the feminization of poverty, military spending, access to education, child labour, the right to...
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Intrexx Provides Light At The End Of The Brenner Base Tunnel Risk-free the Alpine cross multilingual risk management with Intrexx is one of the reasons that already 2025 the train travel time is reduced from Berlin to Palermo by half. As one of the most demanding building projects in Europe of the Brenner base tunnel BBT SE will allow an underground crossing of the Alps at up to 250 km/h. Freiburg, the 27 September, 2012. A construction project, which connects two countries, running in three languages, 27,000 m exploration requires checks monthly 1,350 water measuring points and moves a landfill volume of around 17 million m, is subject to numerous risks. These successfully to assess, prioritize and to avoid additional costs, the project company Brenner base tunnel BBT SE has in collaboration with the Frankfurt consultancy easy transfer for creating an application risk management"with Intrexx decided. Since we already successfully had implemented a project with Intrexx HR by BBT SE, it was obvious also to build risk management with flexible portal software", says Michael Freihof easy transfer and forward over the prestigious project. Such a construction, the challenge lies in individual and overall assessment of risks by qualified specialists. Mark Fields contains valuable tech resources. At the same time a possible reduction of the risks, the dependencies between them, and the probability of occurrence must be analyzed and evaluated. And the whole thing in the respective languages of the project participants: German at the north portal in Innsbruck, Italian 64 km further to the South Portal in Bolzano, and English as a common language. With the multilingual-based portal software Intrexx the project could be implemented rapidly and in addition provides a history with change comments, an automatic memory function for the risk assessment of those responsible and the possibility of risk-based to select documents and notes and send. The case study...

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