06 April 2015

Programs

GLOBAL WORLD PROGRAMMES
The objective is to provide global managers implementing efficient strategies meeting the Global World's needs and requirements.

 

Chapter II. Technical progress

  1. Communication
  2. Military power
  3. Writing and Digital Memory
  4. Mass Production and Scale Economy
  5. Translating Machines

Chapter III. Treaties and law

  1. The Kelsen Hierarchy
  2. Texts, Recommendation & Declaration
  3. No Use of Force
  4. Readability of Law
  5. Free Movement of Goods
  6. Free Movement of Capitals
  7. Free Movement of Persons
  8. Freedom of Work and Social Security
  9. Health, Safety and Protection of the Environment
  10. Intellectual Property Right
  11. Other Human Rights
  12. Better Regulation and Best Practice

Chapter IV. Standards

  1. History
  2. Status
  3. Extension
  4. International and national standards

 

COURSE TWO: Institutions of the Global World

Chapter I. Universal Institutions

  1. UN General Organization and Legislation
  2. Work, Health, Food, Environment, Development and Safety
  3. Monetary Institutions
  4. Euro System
  5. UEMOA

Chapter II. Standard bodies

  1. ISO
  2. CEN
  3. CITT
  4. National Standard Bodies

Chapter III. Trade Organisations

  1. GATT
  2. WTO
  3. Regional Organisations
  4. European Union
  5. ALENA
  6. ASEAN
  7. MERCOSUR
  8. EUMOA

Chapter IV. High Courts

  1. Human Right European Justice Court
  2. European Justice Court
  3. European Court of Auditors
  4. National Supreme Courts
  5. Mediation and Arbitration

 

COURSE THREE: Law Making in the Global World

Chapter I. Preparation

  1. Initiation of the Process
  2. Analysis of the Situation
  3. Consensus of the Stakeholders
  4. Adoption of the Global Rule

Chapter II. Transposition

  1. Constitution and management of Working Group
  2. Language Consistency
  3. Impact Analysis
  4. Transposition Method
  5. Conformity Control 

Chapter III. Implementation

  1. Working Group
  2. PDCA Continuous Improvement Approach
  3. Tables of Single Correlation
  4. Slimming Burden and Raising Employment
  5. Convergence and Best Practice
  6. Public Support to Innovation

Chapter IV. Market Surveillance

  1. Fight Against Drug
  2. Conformity Assessment
  3. Mutual Recognition
  4. CE Marking
  5. RAPEX

Chapter V. Status of Transposing Rule

  1. Lack and Delay
  2. Conformity
  3. Courts’ decision