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DIY Book Scanning A minimum income standard for the UK in 2012 What income do people need to achieve a socially acceptable standard of living? Soaring childcare and transport costs plus cuts to tax credits mean families need to earn a third more post-recession to make ends meet. A video and infographics illustrate the data. JRF's annual update, based on what members of the public think people need to achieve a socially acceptable standard of living. This year's study involved 21 new focus groups, who 'rebased' minimum budgets for families with children through fresh research, and reviewed the budgets of other household types. Showing how far changes in living standards and expectations have caused the socially defined minimum to change since the initial MIS in 2008, before the economic downturn, this study found that: Download as PDF 0.3 MB Key points A single person in the UK needs to earn at least £16,400 a year before tax in 2012, to afford a minimum acceptable standard of living. Background Household needs in 2012 MIS levels in 2012

Comparison of agent-based modeling software In the last few years, the agent-based modeling (ABM) community has developed several practical agent based modeling toolkits that enable individuals to develop agent-based applications. More and more such toolkits are coming into existence, and each toolkit has a variety of characteristics. Several individuals have made attempts to compare toolkits to each other (see references). Below is a chart intended to capture many of the features that are important to ABM toolkit users. Comparison of ABM Software[edit] References[edit] Nikolai, C.; G. External links[edit] *Hacking And More - hacking, leer hacken, OV-Chipkaart hack, hackshop, hack, crack, msn hacken, powerhacks, hacksite, hack tutorials, hack uitleg, hyves hacken, habbo hacken, runescape hacken, mailbomber, msn hacken, hakken, msn tools

Hack42 - De verenigde Nederlandse hackerspaces en organisaties Net-Map Toolbox Awareness at The Sheffield College Human Trafficking Awareness Human Trafficking Awareness is a general awareness raising course which gives a general overview and introduction to the scale and impact of human trafficking in the UK and beyond. It includes information on how to identify victims and action that can be taken to help protect them. Most people think that human trafficking is a crime which happens a long way away, in foreign countries. Using news reports, videos and victims' stories, Human Trafficking Awareness starts by explaining human trafficking. Human Trafficking Awareness addresses the requirements of EU Directive 2011/36/EU which focuses on the prevention of trafficking and the protection of victims, and directs all professionals likely to come into contact with perpetrators and/or victims to undergo comprehensive training. There are no set start dates for the course - you can start it at any time you wish. Fees This cost of this course is £53. How to apply To apply for this course click here. My Story