You’ll be able to mark a title as a private favorite and, if you want, add other tags that you can use to sort your favorites later.

When functioning correctly, we will be able to provide an RSS feed of a search suitable for use in a feed reader such as Bloglines or Google Reader.

The login function will use library authentication / cosign, but it is not yet implemented In addition to being required to tag a record/search or mark it as a "favorite", logged-in patrons will also be able to:

  • See what they have checked out from Mirlyn and via ILL
  • View their profile information
  • Browse their favorites
  • See a listing of their holds and recalls
  • Initiate "Get This" requests for holds, recalls, library-to-library delivery, etc.

On 19 December 2012, the French Supreme Court (‘ Cour de cassation’ ) ruled over a case that should remind any international organization that the worldwide adoption of compliance guidelines and of a Code of Conduct is not in itself a sufficient protection against compliance breaches: everything depends on how these tools are implemented locally.

The case involved a manager in a French subsidiary to an International health care company who had been dismissed on the grounds of a clear breach of health care compliance obligations set forth in the French Public Health Code. No Code of Conduct was in place when the breach occurred.

Previous breaches had been evidenced and properly documented and the employer’s liability itself had been triggered on these grounds.

The dangers posed to journalists and media staff working in dangerous situations and conflict zones are the subject of extensive record. The IFJ has recorded the deaths of more than 1000 journalists and media staff over the past ten years.

Many journalists are killed, injured or harassed in war zones, either targeted by one side or another or caught in the crossfire of violence. Others are the victims of premeditated assault and intimidation either by criminals, terrorists or by agencies of the state - the police, the military or the security forces - acting secretly and illegally.

Very often there is little that journalists or media organisations can do to avoid casualties. There will, inevitably, be accidents, no matter how much care is taken to provide protection and there is little one can do when those targeting media use ruthless and brutal methods to crush journalistic inquiry.

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You’ll be able to mark a title as a private favorite and, if you want, add other tags that you can use to sort your favorites later.

When functioning correctly, we will be able to provide an RSS feed of a search suitable for use in a feed reader such as Bloglines or Google Reader.

The login function will use library authentication / cosign, but it is not yet implemented In addition to being required to tag a record/search or mark it as a "favorite", logged-in patrons will also be able to:

  • See what they have checked out from Mirlyn and via ILL
  • View their profile information
  • Browse their favorites
  • See a listing of their holds and recalls
  • Initiate "Get This" requests for holds, recalls, library-to-library delivery, etc.

You’ll be able to mark a title as a private favorite and, if you want, add other tags that you can use to sort your favorites later.

When functioning correctly, we will be able to provide an RSS feed of a search suitable for use in a feed reader such as Bloglines or Google Reader.

The login function will use library authentication / cosign, but it is not yet implemented In addition to being required to tag a record/search or mark it as a "favorite", logged-in patrons will also be able to:

  • See what they have checked out from Mirlyn and via ILL
  • View their profile information
  • Browse their favorites
  • See a listing of their holds and recalls
  • Initiate "Get This" requests for holds, recalls, library-to-library delivery, etc.

On 19 December 2012, the French Supreme Court (‘ Cour de cassation’ ) ruled over a case that should remind any international organization that the worldwide adoption of compliance guidelines and of a Code of Conduct is not in itself a sufficient protection against compliance breaches: everything depends on how these tools are implemented locally.

The case involved a manager in a French subsidiary to an International health care company who had been dismissed on the grounds of a clear breach of health care compliance obligations set forth in the French Public Health Code. No Code of Conduct was in place when the breach occurred.

Previous breaches had been evidenced and properly documented and the employer’s liability itself had been triggered on these grounds.

The dangers posed to journalists and media staff working in dangerous situations and conflict zones are the subject of extensive record. The IFJ has recorded the deaths of more than 1000 journalists and media staff over the past ten years.

Many journalists are killed, injured or harassed in war zones, either targeted by one side or another or caught in the crossfire of violence. Others are the victims of premeditated assault and intimidation either by criminals, terrorists or by agencies of the state - the police, the military or the security forces - acting secretly and illegally.

Very often there is little that journalists or media organisations can do to avoid casualties. There will, inevitably, be accidents, no matter how much care is taken to provide protection and there is little one can do when those targeting media use ruthless and brutal methods to crush journalistic inquiry.

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You’ll be able to mark a title as a private favorite and, if you want, add other tags that you can use to sort your favorites later.

When functioning correctly, we will be able to provide an RSS feed of a search suitable for use in a feed reader such as Bloglines or Google Reader.

The login function will use library authentication / cosign, but it is not yet implemented In addition to being required to tag a record/search or mark it as a "favorite", logged-in patrons will also be able to:

  • See what they have checked out from Mirlyn and via ILL
  • View their profile information
  • Browse their favorites
  • See a listing of their holds and recalls
  • Initiate "Get This" requests for holds, recalls, library-to-library delivery, etc.

On 19 December 2012, the French Supreme Court (‘ Cour de cassation’ ) ruled over a case that should remind any international organization that the worldwide adoption of compliance guidelines and of a Code of Conduct is not in itself a sufficient protection against compliance breaches: everything depends on how these tools are implemented locally.

The case involved a manager in a French subsidiary to an International health care company who had been dismissed on the grounds of a clear breach of health care compliance obligations set forth in the French Public Health Code. No Code of Conduct was in place when the breach occurred.

Previous breaches had been evidenced and properly documented and the employer’s liability itself had been triggered on these grounds.

The dangers posed to journalists and media staff working in dangerous situations and conflict zones are the subject of extensive record. The IFJ has recorded the deaths of more than 1000 journalists and media staff over the past ten years.

Many journalists are killed, injured or harassed in war zones, either targeted by one side or another or caught in the crossfire of violence. Others are the victims of premeditated assault and intimidation either by criminals, terrorists or by agencies of the state - the police, the military or the security forces - acting secretly and illegally.

Very often there is little that journalists or media organisations can do to avoid casualties. There will, inevitably, be accidents, no matter how much care is taken to provide protection and there is little one can do when those targeting media use ruthless and brutal methods to crush journalistic inquiry.

You’ll be able to mark a title as a private favorite and, if you want, add other tags that you can use to sort your favorites later.

When functioning correctly, we will be able to provide an RSS feed of a search suitable for use in a feed reader such as Bloglines or Google Reader.

The login function will use library authentication / cosign, but it is not yet implemented In addition to being required to tag a record/search or mark it as a "favorite", logged-in patrons will also be able to:

  • See what they have checked out from Mirlyn and via ILL
  • View their profile information
  • Browse their favorites
  • See a listing of their holds and recalls
  • Initiate "Get This" requests for holds, recalls, library-to-library delivery, etc.

On 19 December 2012, the French Supreme Court (‘ Cour de cassation’ ) ruled over a case that should remind any international organization that the worldwide adoption of compliance guidelines and of a Code of Conduct is not in itself a sufficient protection against compliance breaches: everything depends on how these tools are implemented locally.

The case involved a manager in a French subsidiary to an International health care company who had been dismissed on the grounds of a clear breach of health care compliance obligations set forth in the French Public Health Code. No Code of Conduct was in place when the breach occurred.

Previous breaches had been evidenced and properly documented and the employer’s liability itself had been triggered on these grounds.

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