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41. GFDL EEOC Home Page
Pregnancy discrimination, Religious discrimination The sex, national origin, age,disability, veteran status Students around the world perform environmental

The GFDL Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity Committee serves as a permanent advisory body to the Director of GFDL, and is concerned with all aspects of equal employment opportunity. This includes participating strongly in the development of the yearly Affirmative Action Plan; reviewing and giving advice on policies and programs which have an impact on equal employment opportunity within the agencies; participating in the design of programs to further the aims of equal employment opportunity; acting as one of the resources for equal employment opportunity activities; and, participating in other such activities that will promote the goals of equal employment opportunity. BACK TO THE TOP

42. Genome Science And Technology Graduate Program Of The University Of Tennessee An
Ph.D. program for full time graduate study and postdoctoral training in biomedical sciences.Category Reference Education Departments and Programs...... The Mouse Genetics Program at ORNL houses one of the world's largest experimental TitleVI, Title IX, Section 504, ADA or the age discrimination in Employment
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The University of Tennessee and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory Graduate School in Genome Science and Technology (GST) offers a unique and multidisciplinary program for full time graduate study leading to a Ph.D. or M.S. degree in the emerging new field of genome science. Postdoctoral positions are available for individuals with Ph.D., M.D., D.V.M., and D.D.S. degrees. The U.S. Human Genome Project is an effort to determine the complete DNA sequence of the human genome, to identify and characterize the estimated 80,000 human genes, to store this information in databases, and to develop tools for data analysis. Researchers are also studying the genetic makeup of several non-human organisms, including numerous bacteria, the fruit fly, and the laboratory mouse. Knowledge of these complete genomes will revolutionize the biological sciences, leading to new discoveries in the health sciences, comparative genomics, proteomics, and environmental biology. Students are trained in emerging areas of the genomic sciences and upon completion of the program will be qualified to join the competitive work force in academics, government laboratories, and private industry such as pharmaceuticals or other technologies. To this end, the program provides a firm foundation in genetics, molecular and cellular biology, biochemistry and computing, and specialty training in applications of these sciences to functional genomics.

43. GOV.ZA - WCAR Opening Address By Pres Thabo Mbeki
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44. Prime Minister's Questions: Web Casts
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47. Association Of Retired And Persons Over 50 - Links Section features “the world’s premier for specific needs CampaignAgainst age discrimination in Employment,
  • AARP is the American version of the Association, featuring general benefits, discussions and news: Age Concern is a charity that takes a national lead role towards influencing government policy focusing on the needs of older people: The Campaign Against Age Discrimination in Employment (CAADE) fights for the rights of older workers, especially to combat age discrimination in employment: EURAG has an extensive site focused on helping older people maintain an active lifestyle across Europe: Help the Aged is a not-for-profit organisation working to secure the independence and inclusion of older people and to enable them to have a say in and have greater control over matters that affect them: The Lifespan Trust works to advance research and public education and protect the health of people who are 50 and over:

48. Flexibility: Links For Flexible Work
flexible working sites on the world Wide Web. age Positiveis the government's campaign to tackle age discrimination and promote
Links for Flexible Work: Introduction Search Glossary Site Map ... ABOUT Links - to the Wider World of Flexible Work The following links lead to other flexible working sites on the World Wide Web. It is by no means complete.
We will be building this up as a resource over the coming months and years. We greatly welcome suggestions for new links. Just email the editor.
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Featured Links - Age Positive is the Government's campaign to tackle age discrimination and promote the business benefits of age diversity in the workplace. The website features the Code of Practice on Age Diversity in Employment, including practical guidance on flexible employment practices throughout the employment cycle, from from recruitment to retirement. There are employer case studies, research and reports, plus information about why the government is bringing in age legislation.

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The child tax credit and the working tax credit will be introduced on 7th April 2003. They will replace working families' tax credit, diabled person's tax credit and children's tax credit. Around 6 million families will be entitled to these new tax credits, and you can apply for them now so that you will receive the payments when they start in April. Call the tax credits response line (7am to 11pm, Mon to Fri): 0800 500 222, or visit:
The social fund. From 1st October 2002 customers who apply to the social fund for a crisis loan by telephone no longer have to also complete an application form. Only if it has been agreed that a payment will be made does an application form for a crisis loan have to be completed (this will save you time and hassle going to the office, and them money on admin!).
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14 page report. This research is exploratory and indicative, and its major purpose is to ascertain the extent of volunteers by agency; look at explanatory variables as to why there may be differences; examine the activities the volunteers actually perform; compare data with other studies; and establish a research agenda on volunteers/volunteering. Centre of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies
Further details and an order form can be found under the Working Papers section. 'Boomnet' Capturing the Baby Boomer Volunteers - A 2001 Research project into baby boomers and volunteering. 50 page report conducted by Team Consultants for the Western Australian Government

51. Addressing Age Discrimination The Need For Legislation
Addressing age discrimination The Need for Legislation Background paper to speech given by Dr Sev Ozdowski OAM, Human Rights Commissioner Council on the ageing National Congress, ACT 11 November 2001 Act 1986 (HREOCA). alleging age discrimination in employment. telephone enquiries about age discrimination in relation to being

52. InteliHealth: Aging Basics
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53. $250 Million EEOC Settlement Ends Age Bias In California Police, Firefighters' D
The agency's largest agediscrimination settlement had been $35 million in a 1992case against IDS Financial Services. _. On the Net http//
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$250 million EEOC settlement ends age bias in California police, firefighters' disability pay
Justin Pritchard Associated Press Writer 11:42 a.m. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced a record $250 million age-discrimination settlement over a program that gave reduced disability benefits to police and firefighters who were hired after they turned 30. The landmark settlement requires the California Public Employees Retirement System to pay $50 million in retroactive benefits to public safety workers who retired because of injury but didn't get the full benefit. Some 1,700 police, firefighters and other law enforcement workers were affected.

54. FindLaw: Federal Anti-Discrimination Laws - Attorney, Attorneys, Lawyer, Lawyers This website is also an excellent source of information about TitleVII and other fair employment laws. The age discrimination in Employment Act
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Here's a description of the major federal laws that prohibit discrimination in the workplace.
There are a number of federal laws that prohibit discrimination in the workplace. Most apply to select employers but a few apply to virtually all employers. The main laws that employers should be aware of are:
  • Title VII of the Civil Rights Act
  • The Age Discrimination in Employment Act
  • The Equal Pay Act
  • The Immigration and Reform and Control Act, and
  • The American with Disabilities Act.
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. §§ 2000e and following)
Title VII prohibits employers from discriminating against applicants and employees on the basis of race or color, religion, sex, pregnancy, childbirth and national origin (including membership in a Native American tribe). It also prohibits employers from retaliating against an applicant or employee who asserts his or her rights under the law. For example, an employer cannot fire someone for complaining about race discrimination. To learn more about retaliation, see Avoiding Retaliation Complaints by Employees.

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56. ADVANCE For Nurses | References
5, 2003 from the world Wide Web http// The age Discriminationin Employment Act of 1967 protects individuals who are 40 years

57. Mercury News | 06/25/2002 | Age Bias Allowed In Giving Benefits
California law already prohibits such discrimination based on gender add benefitsto the list of agebased job passed a similar bill in 1998, but then-gov.
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San Jose/Valley Posted on Tue, Jun. 25, 2002 Age bias allowed in giving benefits STATE HIGH COURT: FIRMS CAN CUT PERKS FOR OLDER WORKERS By Howard Mintz Mercury News
California's aging workforce got a sobering message Monday from the state Supreme Court: The boss can treat a younger colleague in the next cubicle to better benefits without breaking the law. In a ruling that could apply to company perks ranging from stock options to vacation time, the court unanimously found that California's anti-discrimination laws do not bar employers from using age to deny benefits to workers. Those laws still prevent age bias in hiring, firing and promotions, and they prevent employers from varying benefits based on employees' gender, race and religion. But the justices ruled that employers are free to clip costs when it comes to limiting benefits for workers older than 40 although federal law would most likely still protect workers' health benefits.

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59. Links - General
an overview of the 1967 age discrimination in Employment can find bibliographic informationon agerelated books and articles, world-wide organizations
general grant funding government education retirement ... instate AARP Internet Resource Guide

This is the homepage for the AARP guide to age-related sites on the Internet. Included are links to numerous listservs, websites, e-zines, and more. Age Discrimination

This site offers a brief description of age discrimination and its influences upon the older population. The site also includes an overview of the 1967 Age Discrimination in Employment Act. AgeInfo

AgeInfo is a searchable database where one can find bibliographic information on age-related books and articles, world-wide organizations dealing with aging, or dates and locations of upcoming international events in aging. Age Net

This site provides links to information regarding geriatric health, medication management, useful products, and caregiver support. Additionally, the site provides the researcher with access to legal and financial advice/information, as well as provides information regarding insurance for older adults. Anti-Fraud and Abuse Activities

60. Links From The The Mental Health In Later Life Website
uk The UK Government's campaign to tackle age discrimination and promote age diversityin umbrella group of 60 Alzheimer associations throughout the world.
MHiLLi Additions Feedback Site Map
This page provides a list of links to other useful websites on older people and mental health issues. - choose from below - Action on Elder Abuse Age Concern England Age Positive Agenet Alzheimer Scotland - Action on Dementia Alzheimer's Disease International Alzheimer's Society Alzheimer's Society (Northern Ireland) BASE: British Association for Service to the Elderly British Society of Gerontology CANDID - Counselling and Diagnosis in Dementia Care Direct Caring Matters Centre for Policy on Ageing Clive Project [Support for younger people with dementia] Counsel and Care Dementia Relief Trust Dementia Research Group Dementia Services Development Centre Forget me not: mental health services for older people Help the Aged Institute for Ageing and Health Kingshill Research Centre National Service Framework for Older People Oxford Dementia Centre Policy Research Institute on Ageing and Ethnicity - PRIAE Research into Ageing Sage (social policy in an ageing society) Signpost to Older People and Mental Health Matters journal

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