Create a training plan for the organization that includes how you will evaluate training needs, how it fits into the performance management scheme, incentives, evaluation of the training itself, and (in great detail) methods for delivery of said training.
Doctrine of Margin of Appreciation The greatest success of the EU in the human rights front has been its ability to pioneer the work of both the Commission and the Court to develop a fairly detailed jurisprudence on the rights. The teleological and dynamic interpretive techniques have successfully facilitated the evolution of rights and liberties, in concert with evolving social norms. The standard practice of a regional human rights measure is for the Court to operate on the presumption that regional elections function optimally in the domestic context. This may not however demonstrate the best of accuracies. Therefore, the use of devices such as margin of appreciation have contributed to the effectiveness of the system by recognizing the discretion given to states to determine respective scopes to apply due rights and freedoms. It is a measure of discretion which allows its member states to take into account their own national circumstances and conditions, in implementing the Convention’s standards (Saul 2015:749). The main justification for this the State’s ability to have a better claim to make accurate determinations on the rights than an external Court – often referred to as democratic legitimacy (Saul 2015:751). As decided in S.A.S. v. France, “the national authorities have direct democratic legitimation and are…better placed than an international court to evaluate local needs and conditions”, especially when needs and conditions are unique to locality (cited in Saul 2015:751). Where general policy differs widely from democratic society, the role of domestic policy-makers should be emphasized for the sake of wider regional engagement. This facilitates a healthy balance between state sovereignty and regional collaboration, enabling states to stamp their own societal norms on the generic molds of rights. This determines the strength with which state activities are scrutinized by regional standards, and sustains a balance of power between the Court and national authorities, limiting how much discretion the court can afford to the states. This is a route by which states can embed i>GET ANSWER