, “Apply the processes and techniques which contribute to innovative thinking for themselves and for their employees”. The requirement as follows: Storyline: The major disruption of COVID-19 pandemic hits the global economy in a massively accelerated timeframe. Suddenly we are looking glass: the horizons are turned around, and a world envisioned only by futurists is playing out in real-time on data terminals, social network feeds, and television screens. Almost overnight, fashion houses scramble to convert production lines to make surgical masks, automotive companies to produce ventilators, and brewers and perfume house to make hand sanitizer. Now the world that used to be the first one: the one where people can leave their houses to go to cafes and movie theatres, go shopping and purchase non-essential goods, and travel domestically and internationally more or less freely will face new-normal activities. Discussion: In position paper 1, various effort had been implemented by the UAE government to flatten the spread of COVID-19 virus, and it showed a positive impact. propose an innovative mechanism/techniques/strategy or new framework [your own innovative and creative idea] that can be invented during and post-COVID-19.
had been a violation of Article 3, because, although there had been no intentional neglect on the part of the Police, the applicant’s prolonged detention without appropriate psychiatric treatment had diminished his human dignity . 2.2 Mental Capacity Act In the various cases involving mentally disordered persons, such persons can often be detained against their will. In some cases, however, they have to agree with this particular course of action. Accordingly, when the powers under s 135 MHA are exercised, the person may have to agree to continue being detained at a place of safety. This raises an important issue with regard to communication with mentally disordered persons. As far as possible, they should be aware of the circumstances and the reason for their detention and, likewise, their rights to humane treatment once they are detained. In Rooman v Belgium, a sex offender with a mental health issue was detained for 13 years without appropriate psychiatric care. It was established that there was a violation of Article 3 because: • there was no evidence of any realistic prospect of change; and • he was subjected to distress of an intensity exceeding the level of unavoidable suffering inherent in detention . Nevertheless, the current legal position in England and Wales in relation to a person’s mental capacity is penned in the Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA). This provides a legal framework for acting and making decisions on behalf of individuals who lack the capacity to make decisions for themselves. The Act applies to everyone involved in the care, treatment and support of persons aged 16 or over.>GET ANSWER