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One Year Out: An Assessment of DADT Repeal?s Impact on Military Readiness
Autor: The University of California
Prior to the repeal of ?don?t ask, don?t tell? (DADT) on September 20, 2011, many observers predicted that allowing lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) troops to serve openly would harm the military. This study is the first scholarly effort to assess the accuracy of such predictions about the impact of DADT repeal on military readiness. Our conclusions are based on a consideration of all of the evidence that was available to us at the time our research was conducted, the half-year period starting six months after repeal and concluding at the one-year mark.
GLOBAL HIV/AIDS RESPONSE
Autor: UNAIDS
International figures on donation and transplatation
Autor: Organización Nacional de Transplantes
FIGURAS INTERNACIONALES DE ÓRGANOS, TEJIDOS Y HEMATOPOYÉTICAS STEM CELL DONACIÓN Y TRASPLANTE DE ACTIVIDADES. DOCUMENTOS PRODUCIDOS POR EL COMITÉ DE EXPERTOS SOBRE LOS ASPECTOS DE ORGANIZACIÓN DE COOPERACIÓN EN EL TRASPLANTE DE ÓRGANOS (2010)
Corruption Perceptions Index 2011
Autor: Transparency International
Transparency International´s Global Corruption Barometer (the Barometer) is the largest cross-country survey to collect the general public´s views on, and experiences of, corruption. In 2010 and 2011 the Barometer interviewed more than 100,000 people in 100 countries, making it the most comprehensive round since the survey was launched in 2003. The Barometer explores the general public´s views about corruption levels in their country as well as their governments? efforts to fight corruption. The 2010/11 Barometer also probes the frequency of bribery, reasons for paying a bribe in the past year, and attitudes towards reporting incidents of corruption.
Mexicans Back Military Campaign Against Cartels
Autor: Pew Research Center
As Felipe Calderón?s term as Mexico?s president draws to a close, Mexicans continue to strongly back his policy of deploying the military to combat the country?s powerful drug cartels. Eight-in-ten say this is the right course, a level of support that has remained remarkably constant since the Pew Global Attitudes Project first asked the question in 2009.
Americans more positive about immigration
Autor: Gallup
President Barack Obama's decision not to deport young people who came to the U.S. illegally as children comes at a time when Americans' views toward immigration are much more positive than they have been in recent years. Currently, 66% say immigration is a "good thing" for the U.S. today, up from 59% last year and one percentage point off the high of 67% in 2006.
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