This presentation highlights several definitions of human resources and describes it as one of the most complex and challenging fields of management. It aims to provide an understanding about human resource processes in public organizations and to share experience among partners. The original audience was Libyan municipal government staff.
Topics of discussion in this anti-money laundering presentation include: definition of money laundering, how it is accomplished, legal considerations and reporting requirements, red flags and information resources. It includes a summary of U.S. and international laws, as well as details about customer identification programs (CIP).
This civic education module is designed to provide an overview of the major components of citizenship. It explores the definitions and history of citizenship, and also the rights and responsibilities that come with being a citizen. It offers a comparative review of the different forms of citizenship and the meaning of being a citizen in contemporary society.
This civic education module focuses on teaching gender issues. It highlights the status of women in Libya compared with other transitional democracies and defines the basic rights that protect women internationally. Also provided are resources for women to call for equal rights and best practices for expanding access to people with disabilities.
This civic education module for teaching about the constitution provides an overview of constitutions and constitution-drafting process. It also helps participants to understand the main functions of the constitutions, contribution to the rule of law and the democratic system, and also reviews the limits constitutions.
This civic education module focuses on freedom of expression and opinion and the international standards and methods that allow individuals to express themselves in a free society. It reviews the ways media are sometimes not independent and can be influenced by outside groups.