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policy-maker

[ˈpɒlɪsɪˌmeɪkəʳ] Ndiseñador(a) m/f de políticas
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ISLAMABAD -- Educators on Wednesday underlined the need to bridge gap between academia and the policy-makers. Speaking at the report launch of 'Academic and Intellectual Dialogue on Social Harmony, Tolerance and Education', they pointed to the great disconnect that exists between students and teachers, teachers and administrators, among teachers, and above all, between policy makers and academia.
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Objective: The riconfigure project will enable the diversification of constellations, Institutions and actors in research and innovation (r&i) by engaging stakeholders, Enhancing conceptual clarity on new constellations, And disseminating best practices to practitioners and policy-makers. The project centers on stakeholder engagement in four social labs.
Experts and policy-makers from rice producing countries last week concluded an international annual gathering with a strong recommendation of sharing the proven best practices for sustainable rice production, reports BSS.
African researchers, policy-makers, civil society and private sector leaders, urged African governments to put governance at the heart of their agenda.
Policy-makers are not yet ready to hike rates despite the surge in house prices, with new figures showing that they increased at their strongest month-on-month pace since 2002 in May.
The CPA said EU policy-makers must recognise Europe's role in meeting the challenge of feeding the world.
The mission of the Red Cross Red Crescent during the climate negotiations was to provide governments and policy-makers with a first hand account of the impact of climate change on local communities around the world.
The purpose of this one-day workshop was to bring together academics and policy-makers in Tunisia and establish the research and policy priorities on employment for the country.
All facts to the contrary, we're now being told by policy-makers that these Islamists, even those who openly align themselves with Osama Bin Laden, aren't so scary after all.
of Virginia) bring together veteran policy-makers and scholars to reflect on US foreign policy making under conditions of uncertainty, with the fall of the Berlin wall in 1989 and the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon in 2001 providing the touchstones for the discussion.

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