NCEC

AcronymDefinition
NCECNational Chemical Emergency Centre (United Kingdom)
NCECNational Committee for an Effective Congress
NCECNational Christian Education Council (formerly the National Sunday School Union)
NCECNational Campus Energy Challenge (Campus Climate Challenge)
NCECNational Computer Education Committee (of the Australian Computer Society)
NCECNational Catastrophe Equipment Coordinator
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The NCEC reported that in 2011 71% of all funding for Catholic schools came from governments (on average 53% from the Commonwealth and 18% from state governments).
This is spelled on in the NCEC's "Funding Principles for Catholic Schools" (December 2009) and in the NCEC Gonski submission in 2011.
Bishops negotiate with governments on a professional non-partisan basis through their intermediaries, state CEOs and the NCEC.
The NCEC went on to pass three resolutions on family allowances: in 1933 to prevent the drop in standards of living, caused by the industrial depression, from falling "so harshly on young children in large families" (NCEC, 1933); in 1936 "as a solution to malnutrition and 'poverty amid plenty'" (NCEC 1936); and, in 1937, to check the decline in population by making "the economic position of people with children at least as favourable as that of those without" (NCEC 1937).
In 1934, the NCEC welcomed the Report of the Sterilisation Committee appointed by the Board of Control, which justified sterilisation on social grounds, and urged the Government "to promote legislation embodying the recommendations of the Committee" (NCEC, 1934; Thomson: 186).
Eva Hubback was either Parliamentary Secretary or an Executive Committee member of the NUSEC from 1920 to 1932 and then became President of the NCEC until 1938.
Thomas in Minnesota, who plans to participate in the NCEC this year.
NCEC had better luck with the program at their Granger headquarters, where they ran sessions for 32 girls for up to 39 weeks.
One critical lesson for NCEC staff was realizing that parents needed to be engaged early in the process and their support won for the program.
We are pleased to have made an agreement with NCEC for joint operation of a global emergency telephone number service, commented NRCC s emergency response director Yuan Jiwu.
The historic partnership between NCEC and NRCC now allows multinational chemical companies to access a professionally managed, expert monitored 24/7 emergency telephone number service operated by Ricardo-AEA s NCEC.
NCEC has been providing its global emergency response service in China for the last 15 years, commented Dan Haggarty, NCEC development manager.