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Service Civil International


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Service Civil International

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Service of Process (Documents) in International Civil and Commercial Proceedings: A Critical Review of the Chinese Approach

SHIEL, Matthew Phipps (1865 - 1947), teacher, interpreter to the International Congress of Hygiene and Demography, journalist, author, inventor; placed on the Civil List, 1938, for Services to Literature

WASS, Douglas (William Gretton) (born 1923), Senior Adviser, Nomura International plc, 1998–2002 (Chairman, 1986–98); Permanent Secretary to HM Treasury, 1974–83, and Joint Head of the Home Civil Service, 1981–83

DENNIS, Alfred Hull (1858 - 1947), late Chief Assistant Solicitor to HM’s Treasury, with allotted duty of legal adviser to War Office; retired, 1924; Chairman of the Northern Ireland Civil Service Committee, 1926–36; was Chief British Delegate to the International Committee of Experts on Private Aerial Law, 1926–33

WHITTINGHAM, Harold (Edward) (1887 - 1983), Director-General of RAF Medical Services, 1941–46; Medical Adviser, British Red Cross, 1946–48; Director of Medical Services, BOAC, 1948–57; Chairman: Air Ministry Flying Personnel Research Committee, 1949–67; IATA Medical Committee, 1950–57; Member, World Health Organisation Expert Advisory Panels on International Quarantine and on Environmental Sanitation, and Member, Expert Committee on Sanitation of International Airports, 1953–74; Medical Consultant to the Commonwealth Development Corporation, 1966–77 (Adviser, 1956–66); Hon. Civil Consultant in Aviation Medicine to RAF, since 1967; Consultant in Aviation Medicine to British Airways (formerly BEA), since 1957

CARTER, Huntly (died 1942), writer, journalist, symposia editor, publicist, traveller, lecturer, and interpreter of National and World creative constructive movements, in particular, sociological and cultural; early medical training in psychiatry and sexual pathology; before the War engaged in sociological and radical reform movements and journalism of ideas; Reconstruction and Recovery movements in Europe and Russia, 1915–41; editor of a unique series of international symposia surveys of momentous tendencies in science, art, drama, economics, industry and new social life to which upward of 700 distinguished representative men and women contributed; Civil List Pension for services to Literature, 1931; additional Civil List Pension, 1939

 

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Service Civil International (SCI) is a peace organization that coordinates voluntary projects throughout the world. The organization, now centered mostly in Europe and Asia, sponsors short- and long-term peace projects ...

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