ASIB

AcronymDefinition
ASIBApplication Specified Interconnection Board
ASIBA Star Is Born (movie)
ASIBAutomatic Sprinkler Inspection Bureau (South Africa)
ASIBAudi Saradar Investment Bank (Beirut, Lebanon)
ASIBArmy Staff Identification Badge
ASIBAdoptive Sibling
ASIBAmerican Studies in Britain (British Association for American Studies)
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ASIB (Australian Social Inclusion Board) (2012) Social Inclusion in Australia: How Australia is Faring, Canberra, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Australian Government, melbourneinstitute.com (accessed 6 May 2015).
In May 2008 the Australian Social Inclusion Board (ASIB) was established, and their definition of social inclusion enables dimensions of social exclusion in Australia to be discerned and politically discussed.
The extent of ASIB's work among the urban poor is illustrated by a report on its activities in the second half of 1937.
M2 PHARMA-September 7, 2017-FDA Grants Fast Track Designation to NeuroRx for Treatment of ASIB in Bipolar Depression
Being 'included' was more specifically defined by the new government as being able to 'have the resources, opportunities and capabilities needed to learn, work, engage and have a voice' (ASIB 2010).
Asib Nasim and Secretary-general Barbara Hatcher, PhD, MPH, RN, expressing strong opposition to the assaults and urged the Zimbabwe government to honor its commitment to the Universal Declaration on Human Rights by guaranteeing health care and condemning the use of torture.
siparru [PN.sub.1] nappah siparri mahir (Datum) [PN.sub.2] asib [also als Zeuge] ana Eanna nadin.
Divisional Commissioner KM Tariqul Islam attended the meeting as the chief guest with Deputy Commissioner Md Asib Ahsan in the chair.
On the positive side, the SIA (with the support of the Australian Social Inclusion Board, ASIB) was used as the vehicle to promote a number of important reforms in areas such as mental health, homelessness, affordable housing, child care, 'closing the gap', disability services, school funding, and tertiary education.
Australian Social Inclusion Board (ASIB) (2010) Social Inclusion in Australia: How Australia is Faring, Canberra, Commonwealth of Australia.
(12) In contrast, the social inclusion indicator framework developed by the previous government's Australian Social Inclusion Board (ASIB) does not include the poverty rate, but does include measure that combines low income with other indicators such as low wealth and/or reported financial stress (Australian Government 2012).
Asib Nasim of Bangladesh as its new president and naming Paulo Buss of Brazil as vice president/president-elect.