Current ATAS list, Future 100 -2021, entry_exempt-organistions-list - полезная инфа для студентов в Англии



 

г. Сидней

14 Марта 2021, 18:50 | # 90654
Полезная инфа для Англии - Current ATAS list, Future 100 -2021, entry_exempt-organistions-list
List of International organisations whose employees qualify for exempt entry clearances
African Development Bank African Development Fund Asian Development Bank Caribbean Development Bank Common Fund for Commodities Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux International Commonwealth Foundation Commonwealth Secretariat Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation Council of Europe Customs Cooperation Council European Atomic Energy Community European Banking Authority (EBA)
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) European Bioinformatics Institute (also known as European Molecular Biology Laboratory) European Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasting European Commission European Community European Coal and Steel Community European Commission of Human Rights European Committee for Prevention of Torture European Court of Human Rights European Court of Justice European Investment Bank European Medicines Evaluation Agency (EMEA) European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT) European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation (Eurocontrol) - Director General only European Parliament
European Police College European School European Space Agency European Telecommunications Satellite Organisation European Union Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO)* Hong Kong Export Trade Office Inter-American Development Bank International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO)* International Cocoa Organisation International Coffee Organisation International Court of Justice (UN) International Criminal Court International Development Association International Education Scientific Cultural Organisation (UNESCO)* International Finance Corporation International Fund for Agricultural Development International Grains Organisation (formerly International Wheat Council) International Labour Organisation (ILO)* International Lead and Zinc Study Group International Monetary Fund International Maritime Organisation (IMO) International Mobile Satellite Organisation (INMARSAT) International Oil Pollution Compensation Fund (IOPCF) International Oil Pollution Compensation Fund 1992 International Rubber Study Group International Seabed Authority International Sugar Organisation International Telecommunications Satellite Organisation (INTELSAT) International Telecommunications Union (ITU)* International Tribunal Law of the Sea International Tin Council International Whaling Commission Joint European Torus (JET) North Atlantic Fisheries Commission
North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organisation (NASCO) North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Organisation Joint Armament Cooperation Organisation Prohibition of Chemical Weapons Oslo and Paris Commissions (OSPAR) Preparatory Commission for Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organisation United Nations (UN) Universal Postal Union (UPU)* Western European Union (WEU) World Health Organisation (WHO)* World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO)* World Meteorological Organisation (WMO)* World Trade Organisation (WTO)
* UN Specialised agencies - certain senior officials only are Exempt
For further guidance or queries about this list please consult DMIOU Team 4 Protocol Directorate FCO.

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Introduction

Cautious optimism sets the pace for 2021 as the world reflects on the

challenges of 2020 and enters a hopeful year of economic rebound and

societal healing. Big change is already in motion. The United Kingdom exits

the European Union, a Biden-Harris administration assumes leadership, and

multiple promising COVID-19 vaccines roll out around the world—offering

a glimpse of a post-pandemic era.

The need for brands to plan ahead, understand consumer behaviors that

will stick, and employ creative innovation is more important than ever. “The

Future 100: 2021” previews 100 bitesize trends and changes to track this year.

Tech’s influence on culture and economies accelerates. Conferences,

festivals and brand launches turn to gaming as the chosen third space to reach

existing and new audiences (New gaming frontiers, page 9). Retailers merge

entertainment and ecommerce into engaging live digital experiences (Live

commerce, page 145). But amid the opportunities, new cautions arise, as

issues such as data sustainability (page 37) and deepfakes (page 42) dominate

conversations around how to create a safe and durable digital ecosystem.

Brand purpose goes mainstream, driven by ethical consumers who continue

to turn to businesses that reflect their values. This is being propelled by companies like Did They Help? keeping tabs on brands’ efforts—or failure—to

do good (Ethical scoreboard, page 81). Businesses are also looking at the

bigger picture, choosing to collaborate to tackle social and environmental

challenges (Branding together, page 73).

Health is elevated and now extends into every business. Expect to see

brands designing business plans and marketing around public health, and the

appointment of chief health officers (page 164) to the C-suite leadership team.

The report also includes 21 predictions from industry experts, weighing in on

their one big projection for 2021.

The road to recovery begins this year. Brands, leaders and individuals are

guiding us towards a hopeful journey that requires collaboration and resilience

in order to achieve restoration and betterment.

Emma Chiu

Global Director, Wunderman Thompson Intelligence

intelligence.wundermanthompson.com

 




 

Администратор, Профессионал

г. Москва

21 Марта 2021, 16:33 | # 90725
Shattuck-St. Школа Марии

Friends of Shattuck-St. Mary’s School,

It is simply amazing to reflect on the worldwide changes and challenges of 2020. Now that 2021 is well underway, we are finally beginning to see positive trends that lead us to believe the 2021-22 school year will bring a return to our typical boarding school life.

The 2020-21 school year at Shattuck-St. Mary’s School has certainly been one of change, adaptability, and perseverance. We started the year with 408 students, with over 60 students spending at least part of the school year learning at a distance. Several students have still not yet been able to come to campus. The students on campus have been divided into cohorts to better manage the risk of exposure to all students and faculty and to allow for as much social distancing as is possible in a boarding school environment. This is markedly different than any previous year on our campus, but students and faculty alike are working diligently to keep everyone in our community safe. Our blended model of education and our ScholarShift program have helped our faculty hone their skills and creativity as they transitioned to our current hybrid schedule of learning, in which our students attend in-person classes twice a week. Additionally, we shortened our Fall Break and doubled Winter Break to avoid having students travel too much. Now, as we begin the Spring Term, we have transitioned to more in-person classes as more of our faculty receives vaccinations.

While we continue to be vigilant about the safety and education of the students on campus, we must also look forward to a brighter future. To that end, we continue to recruit and welcome students from around the world. Unfortunately, I am not travelling as in past years, and campus visits are limited, but we have become incredibly proficient at connecting with potential students and families virtually. We have a spectacular virtual tour available that has already reached nearly 500,000 views, and my team and I are always available to meet with prospective families and students.

As always, the wonderful students you work with can find a fabulous home at SSM. Faribault, Minnesota remains small, quiet, and safe. Our local area is seeing fewer and fewer cases of COVID-19, and many of our faculty and staff have already received their first round of vaccination. This has definitely improved morale for all on campus as we look to bring teachers and students together more often soon!

We are planning for a fantastic 2021-22 school year even as we navigate the next several uncertain months. The pride I have for the work my colleagues are doing is too great to explain with words. I am stunned by the conscientious compassion with which we operate our school, and this fills me with hope for a return to a more “normal” boarding school experience soon.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

All the best, 

Andrew Garlinski '98

Director of Admissions

Dean of International Students

Shattuck-St. Mary's School

Faribault, Minnesota

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