The Nagoya Protocol, in force since October 2014, is a supplementary agreement to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) that aims at the fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from the utilization of genetic resources. The protocol provides a solid basis for greater legal certainty and transparency for both providers and users of genetic resources.
A Clearinghouse on Access and Benefit Sharing is established as a means of sharing related information. In particular, facilitate access to information relevant to the implementation of this Protocol provided by each Party.
Each Party shall take measures to raise awareness of the importance of genetic resources and traditional knowledge associated with genetic resources and related access and benefit-sharing issues. Such measures may include, inter alia: dissemination of information through a national clearing house, education and training of users and providers of genetic resources and traditional knowledge associated with genetic resources about their access and benefit-sharing obligations, involvement of indigenous and local communities and relevant stakeholders in the implementation of the Protocol. The Parties shall also cooperate to build and develop capacities and strengthen human resources and institutional capacities to implement this Protocol.
Nursing Management for the Patient COVID-19
These “ad extra” actions of the Administrations are expressly mentioned in article 105 of the constitutional text, which establishes that the Law shall regulate the hearing of citizens, directly or through the organizations and associations recognized by the Law, in the procedure for drawing up the administrative provisions that affect them, as well as the procedure through which administrative acts must be produced, guaranteeing, when appropriate, the hearing of the interested parties.
In accordance with the constitutional framework described above, this Law regulates the minimum rights and guarantees that correspond to all citizens with respect to administrative activity, both in the exercise of the power of self-regulation and in the exercise of regulatory power and legislative initiative.
There are several relevant legislative precedents in this matter. The legislator has made the concept of administrative procedure evolve, adapting the form of action of the Administrations to the historical context and the social reality of each moment. Apart from the well-known Azcárate Law of October 19, 1889, the first complete regulation of the administrative procedure in our legal system is contained in the Administrative Procedure Law of July 17, 1958.
WHAT TO DO IF A TEACHER BECOMES INFECTED WITH COVID-19
Upon the appearance of suspected, confirmed and close contact cases, the coordinator, referent or site director should complete the case report form. The form will provide the temperament and indications to be followed. In addition, this information will allow our GCABA teams to follow up on the case.
If you are a teacher or part of the management team of a school in the city and you have doubts or questions about the health protocol for the operation of educational activities, please send us an email to [email protected]
Teachers and non-teaching staff of state or private schools in the City and those who are working in summer recreational activities can be tested in any of the City Centers with previous appointment.
Stakeholders / People / Beneficiaries IsapresBeneficiaries IsapresBeneficiariesCompartiriconoWhat is Law No. 20,394 on the prohibition of checks as a guarantee, when was it enacted and what is its scope? Law No. 20,394 prohibits conditioning medical care to a check or money as a guarantee. This law was enacted on November 3, 2009, published in the official gazette and became effective on November 20, 2009.
What is the Additional Coverage for Catastrophic Diseases (CAEC), when and where should it be activated? CAEC is an additional benefit granted by some isapres (*) that allows financing, subject to certain requirements and upon payment of a deductible, up to 100% of the expenses derived from inpatient and outpatient care provided in the CAEC network of providers designated by each one, within the country, and which are covered by the health plan.
The CAEC must be activated when the person is diagnosed with a health problem whose treatment represents a high cost (catastrophic expense). In order for this coverage to operate, the affiliated person or beneficiary must go to the health insurance company and request its activation.