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          New Culture Collections in eHRAF World Cultures!      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
We are pleased to announce that eHRAF World Cultures now contains cultural collections for Haida, Karajá, Kutenai, Kiribati, and Mormon peoples. Jump straight into the culture collections by clicking on the culture name links below. Haida (NE09) Learn about kinship, the fluidity and flexibility of social organization, eschatology, ethnohistory, and socio-political organization using Haida collection, which… Continue Reading New Culture Collections in eHRAF World Cultures!
          Oficial/a Especial Cuiner/a (S-04/18), Auxiliar de Cuina (S-05/18), Oficial/a Manteniment Forestal (S-06/18). Diputació de Barcelona       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Resultado de imagen de diputacio barcelonaDiputació de Barcelona  ANUNCI sobre convocatòries de selecció de personal.
La Diputació de Barcelona, per Decrets del diputat delegat d'Hisenda, Recursos Humans, Processos i Societat de la Informació de data 13 de juny de 2018, necessita proveir, mitjançant nomenament de personal funcionari interí, possibles suplències del personal de plantilla i per als següents llocs de treball:
 - OFICIAL/A ESPECIAL CUINER/A (S-04/18)
- AUXILIAR DE CUINA (S-05/18)
- OFICIAL/A MANTENIMENT FORESTAL (S-06/18) .
Per tant, i de conformitat amb el que s'estableix a l'article 56 i següents del Reial decret legislatiu 5/2015, de 30 d'octubre, pel qual s'aprova el Text refós de la Llei de l'estatut bàsic de l'empleat públic i el que preveuen els articles 94, 95 i 96 del Decret 214/1990, de 30 de juliol, de la Generalitat de Catalunya, pel qual s'aprovà el Reglament del personal al servei de les entitats locals, en relació amb la selecció del personal funcionari interí, es considera procedent efectuar la corresponent convocatòria pública.
Les bases de les convocatòries han estat publicades al Butlletí Oficial de la Província de Barcelona de 27 de juny de 2018, s'han exposat al tauler d'anuncis de la Direcció dels Serveis de Recursos Humans de la Diputació de Barcelona, c/ Minerva, 4 – Barcelona, i es poden consultar igualment a Internet: a l'adreça https://www.diba.cat/web/seleccio.

Les sol·licituds es poden formalitzar:
- Per via electrònica (forma preferent). Els interessats poden formalitzar la sol·licitud de forma telemàtica a través del portal Tràmits i serveis de la ciutadania de la Seu electrònica de la Diputació de Barcelona: http://www.seuelectronica.diba.cat (apartat Recursos Humans).
- Presencialment. Els interessats poden presentar el formulari de sol·licitud, imprès i degudament emplenat i signat, de dilluns a divendres, de 8,30 a 14,30 hores, a les següents oficines de registre de Barcelona:
- Oficina del Recinte de l'Escola Industrial. Edifici del Rellotge, carrer del comte d'Urgell, 187.
- Oficina del carrer de Londres, 55.
- Registre General de la Diputació, rambla de Catalunya, 126, planta baixa.
El termini de presentació de sol·licituds finalitzarà als 10 dies hàbils a comptar de l'endemà de la publicació del corresponent anunci de la convocatòria en el Diari Oficial de la Generalitat de Catalunya. {de l' 11 al 24 de juliol de 2018, a.i.}

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El cambio climático seguirá desplazando los bancos marinos de lugares como Kiribati o Ecuador, alterando algas y corales y comprometiendo la seguridad alimentaria de millones de personas
          100 under-the-radar beaches everyone should visit in their lifetime      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

pink sand beach Komodo, Indonesia

Whether you've only spent a handful of days on the sand in your life or you're a full-blown sunseeker, there are plenty of breathtaking beaches on this planet waiting to be discovered.

And, whether you look for a spot with an element of adventure, peace and quiet, or you simply don't like your towel to be too close to a stranger, many of them fly under-the-radar to tourists despite their spectacular beauty.

Business Insider asked some of the most influential travel bloggers and experts, from the likes of Lonely Planet, Secret Escapes, KAYAK, British AirwaysAirbnb, lastminute.com, and HolidayPirates for the most incredible under-the-radar beaches they've ever visited. Jet-setters in our own office also contributed. Together, their choices don't disappoint.

From a red sand beach in Maui to a sandy spot in Thailand inhabited entirely by monkeys, scroll down for a list of 100 under-the-radar beaches everyone should visit in their lifetime.

SEE ALSO: 100 trips everyone should take in their lifetime, according to the world's top travel experts

Furore, Italy.

"This little hidden beach is off the beaten path, but expect many locals to be frolicking in the waters around the Amalfi Coast," said James Asquith, the youngest person to travel to every country.

"The tiny strip of sand is wedged between a gigantic Fjord and you can get a fantastic view down from the nearby coastal road bridge. Don’t expect beach shacks or cafes but prepare yourself for a quintessential Italian summer experience."



Red Sand Beach, Maui, Hawaii, USA.

"Continuing with the colour theme and unique views, welcome to Red Sand Beach in Maui," Asquith said. "Caused by lava flows this time, instead of the dark volcanic rock in the neighbouring Big Island, this beach not only attracts some great wildlife but also is self-contained by rustic-looking rocks and vegetation."



Punalu'u Beach, The Big Island, Hawaii, USA.

This is "not your regular beach," according to Asquith. "This secluded stretch of sand is completely black," he said. "Caused by crushed volcanic rock particles and ash over millions of years, at first you may think the black sand looks ugly compared to traditional beaches, you will soon come to see the true and unique beauty of this beach, along with some pretty cool pictures for Instagram too!"



See the rest of the story at Business Insider

          100 under-the-radar beaches everyone should visit in their lifetime      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

pink sand beach Komodo, Indonesia

Whether you've only spent a handful of days on the sand in your life or you're a full-blown sunseeker, there are plenty of breathtaking beaches on this planet waiting to be discovered.

And, whether you look for a spot with an element of adventure, peace and quiet, or you simply don't like your towel to be too close to a stranger, many of them fly under-the-radar to tourists despite their spectacular beauty.

Business Insider asked some of the most influential travel bloggers and experts, from the likes of Lonely Planet, Secret Escapes, KAYAK, British AirwaysAirbnb, lastminute.com, and HolidayPirates for the most incredible under-the-radar beaches they've ever visited. Jet-setters in our own office also contributed. Together, their choices don't disappoint.

From a red sand beach in Maui to a sandy spot in Thailand inhabited entirely by monkeys, scroll down for a list of 100 under-the-radar beaches everyone should visit in their lifetime.

SEE ALSO: 100 trips everyone should take in their lifetime, according to the world's top travel experts

Furore, Italy.

"This little hidden beach is off the beaten path, but expect many locals to be frolicking in the waters around the Amalfi Coast," said James Asquith, the youngest person to travel to every country.

"The tiny strip of sand is wedged between a gigantic Fjord and you can get a fantastic view down from the nearby coastal road bridge. Don’t expect beach shacks or cafes but prepare yourself for a quintessential Italian summer experience."



Red Sand Beach, Maui, Hawaii, USA.

"Continuing with the colour theme and unique views, welcome to Red Sand Beach in Maui," Asquith said. "Caused by lava flows this time, instead of the dark volcanic rock in the neighbouring Big Island, this beach not only attracts some great wildlife but also is self-contained by rustic-looking rocks and vegetation."



Punalu'u Beach, The Big Island, Hawaii, USA.

This is "not your regular beach," according to Asquith. "This secluded stretch of sand is completely black," he said. "Caused by crushed volcanic rock particles and ash over millions of years, at first you may think the black sand looks ugly compared to traditional beaches, you will soon come to see the true and unique beauty of this beach, along with some pretty cool pictures for Instagram too!"



See the rest of the story at Business Insider
          【台灣原住民與吉里巴斯同屬南島語族】接待醫治吉里巴斯朋友 教會醫院用上帝的愛做外交      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
【記者蔡明憲、黃偉誠台北報導】對我國邦交國—太平洋島國吉里巴斯(Republic of Kiribati)人民來說,對台灣印象最深的名字,可能是「MacKay」(馬偕)! 馬偕紀念醫院於2006年與吉里巴斯中央醫院締結為 …


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