HR urged to brush up on international law

first_imgHR urged to brush up on international lawOn 27 Mar 2001 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article HRmanagers must become more aware of international employment law as theworkforce becomes increasingly globalised.Thiswas the message delivered by Eversheds lawyer Ann-Marie Pugh at the legalpractice’s Employers’ Convention 2001 in Brighton last week.Shesaid delegates must be more conscious of the cultural differences which existin an international workforce.Shecited the recent McKinsey report, which showed that 90 per cent of the world’sgross domestic product came from the global market and 60 million staff wereemployed by American companies outside the US.“Ifyou are not already operating in the international market, you soon will be,”Pugh said.Evershedsclaimed the key to business success was developing a good corporate reputation,which observes local customs.  Aquestion and answer session showed a poor grasp of international employment lawamong the delegates.RobbieGilbert, head of the Employers’ Forum on Statute and Practice, said afterwards,“My feeling was that the talk was aimed at employers who are not global playersbut are looking to extend their reach into other countries.” Gilbertadmitted that it was difficult for HR professionals to find a source ofinformation on international employment law. “The quiz was used to flag up perceptionsthat may be wrong.” StevePeace, employee relations adviser for One2one, the mobile phone technologycompany, said, “The quiz made me realise how little UK employers know aboutinternational employment law. “Ourcompany has taken on people from Germany due to the severe skills shortages weare experiencing. We’ve also looked at South Africa and South-east Asia –wherever the talent is.” last_img read more

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Scoreboard roundup – 4/29/21

first_imgApril 30, 2021 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup – 4/29/21 Written by Beau Lundcenter_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock (NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Thursday’s sports events:MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALLAMERICAN LEAGUEOakland 3, Tampa Bay 2Baltimore 4, N.Y. Yankees 3Seattle 1, Houston 0Chicago White Sox 3, Detroit 1Chicago White Sox 11, Detroit 0Texas 4, Boston 1NATIONAL LEAGUESt. Louis 4, Philadelphia 3Milwaukee 2, L.A. Dodgers 1Chicago Cubs 9, Atlanta 3Arizona 5, Colorado 3NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONBrooklyn 130, Indiana 113Dallas 115, Detroit 105Houston 143, Milwaukee 136Minnesota 126, Golden State 114Denver 121, Toronto 111New Orleans 109, Oklahoma City 95NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUECarolina 3, Detroit 1N.Y. Islanders 4, N.Y. Rangers 0New Jersey 5, Philadelphia 3Boston 5, Buffalo 2Pittsburgh 5, Washington 4 (OT)Toronto 4, Vancouver 1Florida 4, Chicago 3 (OT)St. Louis 5, Minnesota 4 (OT)Calgary 3, Edmonton 1Tampa Bay 3, Dallas 0Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

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Norwegian Coast Guard contracts Vard for vessel maintenance

first_img Norway-based vessel designer and builder Vard will be working on the maintenance of five Norwegian Coast Guard vessels, the company announced on Monday.The company said the total value of the contract signed with the Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation was approximately NOK 48 million (approx. USD5.6M) over a period of four years.The framework agreement includes ship maintenance and corrective maintenance of the Norwegian Coast Guard’s Nornen series of vessels. The agreement stretches over a period of four years with options for three more years. The framework agreement is assigned to Vard Langsten in Norway.“We appreciate our long term relationship with the Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation, and are honoured to have been awarded this framework contract,” Roy Reite, CEO and executive director, commented. “Our shipyards build a broad range of specialized vessels, and have a high competence within conversions, repairs and maintenance.”The five Nornen-class patrol boats were designed by Skipsteknisk AS and built at Szczecińska Stocznia Remontowa Gryfia S.A., Poland, yard.Delivered between 2007 and 2008, the vessels are designed for fishery- and coastal supervision, surveillance and control, oil recovery in connection with pollution incidents and assistance to police and customs authorities. Back to overview,Home naval-today Vard bags contract for Norwegian Coast Guard vessel maintenance View post tag: Norwegian Coast Guard March 8, 2017 View post tag: Nornen-class Vard bags contract for Norwegian Coast Guard vessel maintenance View post tag: VARD Authorities Share this articlelast_img read more

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HMS Albion leaves dockyard

first_img Royal Navy amphibious warship leaves dockyard View post tag: Royal Navy View post tag: HMS Albion March 22, 2017 Back to overview,Home naval-today Royal Navy amphibious warship leaves dockyard center_img Authorities Royal Navy’s amphibious warship HMS Albion left the dockyard at HMNB Devonport and moved to a tidal berth where she will now undergo final preparations before heading out to sea.Repositioning HMS Albion onto her new tidal berth marks a significant milestone in her regeneration schedule. Since 2011, the ship has been alongside in Devonport at extended readiness, with the past two years undertaking a major refit.The Captain of HMS Albion, Captain Tim Neild, said, “It’s great to see HMS Albion back on her tidal berth and marks a significant milestone in the refit project.“We are on track to complete the project by the summer – a testament to the hard work and professional pride poured in to the ship by a combined Royal Navy, Babcock and DE&S team effort.”Re-floated in May 2016, the ship was towed to the largest non-tidal basin to commence testing and re-commissioning of her own power systems at the same time the crew rejoined in newly refurbished accommodation in January.This morning HMS Albion was effectively placed under sailing orders-for the first time in six years.It took six tugs and several hours to line the 20,000 tonne, 176m long and 36m wide warship up ready to slip through the narrow dock gate. The exit is narrow with only four metres margin for error and the whole move had to be complete in less than one hour while the tide was still slack.HMS Albion is now on a jetty in Devonport where final preparations for going to sea can be completed.Tests of HMS Albion’s propulsion systems and numerous other support systems, such as the new Phalanx Close In Weapon System will commence in anticipation of the ship returning to sea in the summer to start a busy and complex time of sea trials and operational training ahead of rejoining the fleet for operational service in 2018. Share this articlelast_img read more

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Fair deal

first_imgPreviously the preserve of teas and coffees, more and more Fairtrade badges have been popping up on bakery products in recent months. Fairtrade is an organisation that helps to improve trading terms and conditions for producers of, among other products, coffee and chocolate from developing countries. But why should a baker use Fairtrade ingredients, how hard is it to get accredited and what are the hurdles involved?The very first step to becoming Fairtrade-registered involves applying for a company licence from the Fairtrade Foundation. Once approved, those products which intend to carry the mark are then registered. Companies are required to submit full details of all the Fairtrade ingredients, such as the producer, the processor, the exporter/importer and manufacturer.”Collecting such detailed information proved to be very time-consuming and was the main issue in the whole process,” recalls Gemma Cartwright, who headed up the research project behind Fabulous Bakin’ Boys’ (FBB) recent Fairtrade launches. FBB has been a licensee of The Fairtrade Foundation since September 2007 and currently has three Fairtrade products in its Naturally Fabulous range.The complete recipe details were submitted to the Fairtrade Foundation, so that it could check the ingredients declaration and confirm this complied with its composite policy. To do so, the Fairtrade ingredients used in products needed to represent more than 20% of the product’s dry weight.== Sourcing the ingredients ==So how difficult was tracking down ingredients to fit the bill? “Fairtrade provided us with a list of suppliers that were Fairtrade-registered, so sourcing ingredients was not difficult,” explains Cartwright. “However, working with new suppliers and adjusting to new ingredients was time-consuming, especially as none of our existing suppliers were Fairtrade-registered!”FBB eventually found Ragus Sugars, which supplied it with Fairtrade white granulated sugar, demerera sugar and golden syrup, while European firm Schokinag UK provided the Fairtrade dark chocolate, chocolate chips and cocoa powder.Of course, there has to be a rationale for switching from established suppliers to Fairtrade ingredients suppliers, and given the relatively low number of Fairtrade products on the bakery market, knowledge about how Fairtrade bakery products would fare was scant. So throughout 2006 and early 2007, FBB commissioned university graduates to conduct research into consumer trends and look into adult consumers’ perception of the UK bakery snacking industry.What became evident was that consumers wanted to see more ethical cake products in the marketplace, says Cartwright. This was supported by research, conducted for Fairtrade, confirming that 50% of consumers were seeking more Fairtrade cakes. “No other cake brand or competitor of ours was selling Fairtrade cake bars,” she says.The Naturally Fabulous range, introduced in October 2007, has been its most successful product launch to date, says FBB. Of the eight cake bars in the range, three use Fairtrade-certified ingredients and are doing well. In fact, the All Butter Fairtrade Flapjack, made with Fairtrade golden syrup and demerera sugar, is selling twice as much as its five equivalent non-Fairtrade products, adds the firm.The range also includes Fairtrade Dark Chocolate Chunk Brownie and Fairtrade Belgian Chocolate Flapjack. They are all currently available from foodservice establishments and plans are in place to launch them into the supermarkets this year. Customers have embraced the new Fairtrade cake bars and consumers have been very keen to try them, says Cartwright: “It’s a new area for cake and we’re all looking forward to developing a wider selection of Fairtrade cakes in the near future.”Looking back at the process of going through Fairtrade registration, Cartwright would advise any bakers interested in the scheme to firstly get in touch with the Fairtrade Foundation to discuss the available options. “Find the right supplier for your company and use Fairtrade for any questions.”== beyond gimmicks ==Fairtrade should not just be about marketing gimmicks and boosting the bottom line. The scheme aims to cement better terms of trade. The premium afforded to such products goes towards investing in community projects, such as schooling and healthcare for producers in developing countries.”In cases with Fairtrade products, customers pay a premium,” says Cartwright. “In FBB’s case, to support the Fairtrade Foundation and to make our new Fairtrade products more available to consumers, we are absorbing the cost. Prices for our Naturally Fabulous products are consistent across the whole range. It’s really rewarding to be a part of something that helps producers in developing countries get a better trading deal.” nlast_img read more

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Shakira named Artist of the Year

first_imgRenowned Colombian singer, songwriter, and philanthropist Shakira has been named the 2011 Artist of the Year by the Harvard Foundation. The Grammy Award-winning musician will be awarded the foundation’s most prestigious medal, which bears the signature of Harvard President Drew Faust, at the annual Cultural Rhythms award ceremony on Feb. 26.“The students and faculty of the Harvard Foundation are honored to present multiplatinum artist Shakira with the 2011 Artist of the Year award,” said S. Allen Counter, director of the Harvard Foundation. “Her contributions to music and distinguished history of creativity have been applauded by people throughout the world, and she is greatly admired worldwide for her humanitarian efforts through her Barefoot Foundation.”Shakira, born Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll, began her impressive music career as a teenager and later became a dominant presence on Billboard’s Latin music charts with her best-selling album, “Dónde Están Los Ladrones?” The multiplatinum record earned her respect and fame in Latin America, but it was not until the release of her first English language album, “Laundry Service,” that she conquered the American pop charts as well. Since then, she has become an international superstar and has sold close to 50 million albums worldwide. In 2006, her hit song “Hips Don’t Lie” became a worldwide phenomenon, reaching the number one spot in 55 different countries and becoming the biggest selling single of the 21st century. In 2009, she performed for President Barack Obama at a concert celebrating his inauguration, and most recently her song “Waka Waka (This Time for Africa)” became the best-selling World Cup song ever released.Shakira is also widely respected for her humanitarian work through the Barefoot Foundation, which aims to promote a better quality of life for children in impoverished areas by providing them with education and nutrition. Although Shakira was only 18 when she founded the foundation, her dedication to its message and its mission has continued to grow stronger through the years, and the foundation recently celebrated the opening of its sixth school.“We shouldn’t think of this as charity. Every child has talent to be developed and the potential to become a productive member of society. Education is a powerful tool to unlock those talents — and to break the cycle of poverty that too often traps them,” said Shakira. Though based in Colombia, Barefoot Foundation is expanding its mission to other countries as well and has initiated projects in both South Africa and Haiti. Shakira’s commitment to education and to the needs of those suffering around the world has also been advanced through her humanitarian work as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.The Harvard Foundation, Harvard’s center for intercultural arts and sciences initiatives, honors the world’s most acclaimed artists, scientists, and leaders each year. Previous Harvard Foundation awards have been presented to other distinguished artists including Sharon Stone, Andy Garcia, Will Smith, Matt Damon, Halle Berry, Jackie Chan, Dan Aykroyd, Denzel Washington, Salma Hayek, Wyclef Jean, and Herbie Hancock.last_img read more

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Tickets Now on Sale for Off-Broadway Revival of David Rabe’s Hurlyburly

first_img Set in the Hollywood Hills of the mid-1980s, Hurlyburly is a chilling comedy focusing on four men caught in a world of parties, backbiting, lies, and self-obsession in the decade of decadence. But a string of encounters with destiny convinces one of them to dig beneath the surface to discover his soul. Tickets are now on sale for the revival of Tony winner David Rabe’s Hurlyburly at The Chain Theatre. Directed by Rich Ferraioli, performances will begin off-Broadway February 14, with opening night set for February 19. View Comments The Hurlyburly cast features Deven Anderson (Ghosts of Provincetown), Jacklyn Collier (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Rachel Cora (Heaven Burns), Kirk Gostkowski (Leave Me Behind), Chris Harcum (Apostles of Park Slope), Brandon Scott Hughes (Deadly Affairs) and Christina Elise Perry (Interviews).center_img The original production of Hurlyburly directed by Mike Nichols was a hit on Broadway in 1984 and featured William Hurt, Judith Ivey, Harvey Keitel, Jerry Stiller, Sigourney Weaver and Cynthia Nixon. Though originally presented in three-acts, the Variations Theatre Group production at the Chain Theatre will mount the revised version used in the 2005 revival starring Ethan Hawke and Bobby Cannavale. Rabe’s other plays include the Tony-winning Sticks and Bones, Streamers, The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel and Boom Boom Room. His screenwriting credits include The Firm, Casualties of War, Streamers and I’m Dancing as Fast as I Can.last_img read more

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Quick Hits: April 2019 Outdoor News

first_imgA new study has found that rock climbers are a major economic force for the New River Gorge, a renowned rock climbing destination in West Virginia. The study found that climbers contributed $12.1 million in tourism dollars annually across a three-county region in West Virginia. Climber spending also directly supports 168 jobs in the region and contributes $6.3 million in wages. 4. Establishing a new national monument in Mississippi to honor civil rights leader Medgar Evers, who worked to end segregation and championed voting rights; When Wardian returned home, he ran three more marathons on consecutive days on a USATF-certified course, and in doing so, set a pending record for the fastest completion of 10 marathons in 10 straight days with a cumulative time of 29 hours, 12 minutes, and 46 seconds. Surprisingly, Wardian posted his fastest time in the tenth marathon, completing the run in 2:44:33.  Former pro cyclist Floyd Landis was stripped of his 2006 Tour de France title after testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs. This spring, Landis will open a joint bike shop and café that focuses on CBD-based products in Lancaster, Pa. Floyd’s of Lancaster Café will feature products from Landis’s Colorado-based company Floyd’s of Leadville, which sells a range of supplements containing CBD—the non-psychoactive compound in cannabis that is becoming a popular option to aid in recovery and pain relief among endurance athletes. In announcing the new business, Landis, who’s originally from Farmersville, Pa., stated that he plans to make “significant purchases” from hemp farmers in Pennsylvania, attempting to boost and promote agribusiness in his old home state. Big Win for Public Lands Amount spent on outdoor recreation in 2017 in the United States—more than coal, oil, and gas combined. The outdoor economy is also growing by 3.8 percent, faster than the overall economy. Walls are meant for climbing Conservation groups and concerned residents have filed suit over a proposed spaceport in south Georgia, charging that the county government is unlawfully withholding documents concerning public safety and environmental impacts.  The world’s largest permanent free-soloing wall is at the U.S. National Whitewater Center in Charlotte, and on April 26-27, top climbers—and a few wild cards— will compete for a $15,000 cash purse at the Tuck Fest Deep Water Solo comp. Seeding rounds will take place on Friday followed by finals on Saturday. The top 16 male and female climbers will move on to the finals, where climbers will compete head-to-head in a single elimination, tournament-style bracket. The fastest climber to the top of the wall will advance until a champion is crowned. Emily Harrington, Carlo Traversi, Paige Claasen, and Emma Hunt are among the climbers competing at Tuck Fest this year. Floyd Landis to Open Bike Shop and Hemp-Focused Café in Pennsylvania 5. Creating an ecological buffer around Yellowstone National Park, preventing areas adjacent to the park from being mined.   Southern Environmental Law Center filed suit after Camden County refused to release several public health and safety documents related to the proposed spaceport, including debris field maps and an analysis estimating the number of human deaths that could occur if a rocket explodes on the launch pad or in the air. The proposed spaceport would launch rockets directly over neighborhoods and hikers and campers on Cumberland Island National Seashore. Number of bikes gifted by Wheels to Africa since the nonprofit formed 14 years ago. The Virginia-based organization collects unwanted bikes around metro Washington, D.C., and ships them to countries around the world in an effort to assist those with transportation needs. The organization was started by Winston Duncan (with help from his mother) when he was only 10 years old, back in 2005. Although most of the bikes have gone to residents in different African countries, this year Duncan and his mom, Dixie, took 400 bikes to Puerto Rico and gave them to residents still recovering from the devastating effects of Hurricane Maria.  Photo by: Daniel Gajda In the Dark about Spaceport Risks 1. Permanently reauthorizing the Land and Water Conservation Fund, which uses fees from offshore drilling to pay for conservation programs in all 50 states; Michael Wardian is at it again. The 44-year-old, Arlington-based ultrarunner, well known in the running world for setting a range of long-distance records that are both amazing and a little strange, won the World Marathon Challenge for the second time in February. Runners in the World Marathon Challenge complete seven full marathons on seven continents in seven days. The multi-race event starts in Antarctica and finishes in Miami. Wardian averaged a time of 2:58:30 on the seven marathon courses.center_img $887 billion  3. Preserving over 700,000 acres of land in southern Utah, an area that environmentalists have been trying to protect for decades; Courtney Pernell decided to put her own creative twist on trail magic. The artist, based in Raleigh, N.C., placed 100 ceramic stars along the 62-mile Falls Lake section of the Mountains to Sea Trail as a pottery treasure hunt for hikers. With help and promotion from the nonprofit Friends of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail, she also put three crafted hearts on the trail, which could be redeemed for prizes from the organization.  In late February, the House of Representatives passed the Natural Resources Management Act, which protects more than three million acres of land, creates at least five national park units, bars mining on lands near two national parks, and classifies hundreds of miles of U.S. rivers as wild and scenic. The bill previously passed the Senate and now awaits the President’s signature as of press date. Some highlights of the bill include: Climbers flex economic muscle in New River Gorge North Carolina Artist Offers Creative Hiking Incentive Virginia Runner Sets Record with 10 Marathons in 10 Days 8,000 The bill designates 1.3 million acres as wilderness and funds protection for some 380 bird species under the Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation Act. Must-See: Deep Water Solo Comp at Tuck Fest 2. Extending the popular “Every Kid Outdoors” program for another seven years, which grants the nation’s fourth graders and their families a free national parks pass; “While we have long been concerned that this project poses serious threats to public health and the local economy of Camden County, the lack of transparency about the real risks of Spaceport Camden only deepens those concerns,” said Megan Desrosiers, Executive Director of the nonprofit One Hundred Miles. “The notion that coastal communities can and should accept that rockets will be launched over one of the most economically and ecologically important areas for the state of Georgia without knowing exactly what those risks look like is absurd.” In addition to winning national races like the U.S. 50K and 50-mile Championships, some of the records Wardian has set in the past include the world’s fastest 50K on a treadmill, fastest marathon while pushing a stroller, and fastest marathon dressed as Elvis Presley. The North Face is building a public climbing wall in Atlanta. Through a partnership with the Trust for Public Land, The North Face is establishing public climbing boulders across the country. Atlanta’s public climbing wall will resemble the local rock in Horse Pens, a legendary climbing area in Alabama, and will also display the initials of the kid designers. The new climbing area, part of Rodney Cook Sr. Park, aspires to attract a diverse population of climbers, both experienced and beginners. Martin Luther King Jr.’s adult home is one block from the park.last_img read more

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Mother’s Day lesson: Make it easy

first_imgIt was 8:30 p.m. on a Saturday night at the supermarket a couple of blocks from my home. The checkout lines were as long as the expressions on the shoppers’ faces. You’d think a hurricane was bearing down on the Southern California coast, or perhaps an earthquake had just rattled the area.But it wasn’t a natural disaster. It was potentially a domestic disaster at hundreds, if not thousands, of homes in my community.It was the night before Mother’s Day, and most of the local dads and sons were in a panic because they hadn’t yet bought a present. They knew if they didn’t come up with something good by morning, they’d be in big, big trouble. The kind of trouble that might make them refugees.Thankfully, their local Stater Bros was ready. The floral department was stocked – and I do mean stocked, as deep as Valentine’s Day – with vases full of roses, potted tulips and corsages in boxes, ready for church. Next to the floral department were strategically placed pyramids of champagne so grand they rivaled those built by the ancient Egyptians … and at 25% off, if you purchased four bottles. Happy Mother’s Day balloons were strategically tied with colorful ribbons to some of the bottles for those willing to upgrade to pharaoh status.The floral department was conveniently located next to the card aisle, which was almost entirely stocked with Mother’s Day cards.And if that wasn’t enough, two long tables in front of the express checkout lanes were piled high with boxes of freshly baked cookies, brownies and even chocolate covered strawberries.I don’t know who manages this Stater Bros. location, but they are an expert when it comes to merchandising and anticipating customers’ needs. Most stores market products for Mother’s Day, but this one took it to another level. They clearly knew their market: Men seeking a fast and easy solution the night before a Hallmark holiday. Not only was fast and easy strategically located right inside the door, but all three express check out lanes were open and briskly checking out customers who were, as expected, overwhelmingly male.If you’ve ever had a sales job, you know the secret to success is to uncover the customer’s pain point. In this case, it was two-fold. First, men know they had better present their wives (and/or mothers) with a seemingly thoughtful gift. Second, they need to be spoon fed that thoughtful gift, because flowers, chocolate, champagne and greeting cards are traditionally a woman’s domain. There’s nothing wrong with that. Millions of women pretend to be interested in football each fall to please their partners. And plenty of men pretend to like sports for their wives and plenty of women struggle to remember their own anniversary date. We are who we are, but compromise is the secret to every happy family.The point is that Stater Bros. nailed their sales effort. How about your credit union? Have you uncovered your customer’s pain point?It pains me to say it, but many credit unions don’t. As a former industry reporter, I can’t even count how many ridiculously slow and illogical phone systems I’ve slogged through. And my three credit unions have provided their own face palming moments. For example, the credit union at which we keep our business account enforces a daily mobile deposit limit lower than most of our client checks, requiring unnecessary trips to the branch. The daily limit on my personal account at another credit union is four times as high. I’m sure the daily limit at Bank of America is even higher. (Your credit union should confirm that your members really want to use your branch, not that you’re forcing them to.)Customers don’t care about your operational limits, examiner recommendations or any other excuses. They just want you to ease their pain quickly and easily. Fail to do that, and you’re in trouble like an empty-handed dad or son on Mother’s Day. 26SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Heather Anderson Heather Anderson is co-founder of OmniChannel Communications, a marketing company that serves fintech and asset/liability management firms. Previously, she was executive editor of Credit Union Times. She has more … Web: www.omnichannelcommunications.com Detailslast_img read more

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HRK 1,5 million for the development of public tourist infrastructure in Zagreb County

first_imgSee the attachment for more details. Funds are allocated to cities and municipalities for the purpose of encouraging the development of public tourist infrastructure, for co-financing the construction, reconstruction and arrangement of public tourist infrastructure and the arrangement of the environment of public tourist infrastructure facilities. Public tourist infrastructure is considered to be the infrastructure that in the area of ​​a tourist destination influences the development of tourism and tourist offer, such as garages and parking lots with organized payment, congress centers, halls (sports, concert, cinema), skating rinks, ski support , cable cars, lifts, cannons), playgrounds (tennis, football, basketball, mini-golf, children’s), amusement parks, bathing areas (indoor and outdoor pools) and natural bathing areas (lakeside, river), river or lake promenades , through the forest, cycling, horseback riding, hiking, wine and trails, picnic areas and sports and recreation centers. Zagrebačka županija uputila je javni poziv gradovima i općinama na svom području za dodjelu 1,5 milijuna kuna bespovratnih sredstava za sufinanciranje poticanja razvoja javne turističke infrastrukture u 2019. godini. Attachment: Public call for applications for projects to co-finance the development of public tourism infrastructure in Zagreb County for 2019 The maximum amount of funds that an individual applicant can earn per project is 300.000 kuna, and the public call is open until November 30, 2019 or until the funds are used. Photo: FB TZ Zagreb Countylast_img read more

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