12 September 2008The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights today said that much more needs to be done to protect women from discrimination and achieve gender equality, despite progress made in the 60 years since the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Women throughout the world were amongst the poorest and most marginalized, with limited access to rights, resources and opportunity, Navanethem Pillay told delegates at the opening of the annual gender discussion of the Human Rights Council in Geneva.Ms. Pillay noted that gender roles are deeply rooted in culture and sometimes these roles ingrain ideas of inferiority of women and superiority of men as well as stereotyped responsibilities for men and women.“No effort should be spared to persuade countries to repeal laws and discourage customs, practices and prejudices that negate or undermine the achievement of equality between women and men,” Ms. Pillay said.“[The] recognition of the gender dimension in all activities has been part and parcel of UN strategies aimed at putting an end to the social, political and economic discrimination that women face,” she added.However, in her speech, Ms. Pillay also noted that these schemes aimed at combating gender injustices had “produced few tangible results.”She commended the Human Rights Council for taking on the task of finding ways to achieve concrete gains in gender equality issues, but warned that it was a task requiring sustained attention. In particular, the Council needed to truly integrate a gender perspective into all its activities.“Through my experience, I have learned that equality and non-discrimination on the basis of sex are not only goals in their own right, but are essential for the achievement of all human rights for all, the realization of sustainable human development, as a well as the development of all societies,” she stated.
Americares has professional relief workers ready to respond to disasters at a moment’s notice and stocks emergency medicine and supplies in its warehouses in the U.S., Europe and India that can be delivered quickly in times of crisis. The organization responds to an average of 30 natural disasters and humanitarian crises worldwide each year, establishes long-term recovery projects and brings disaster preparedness programs to vulnerable communities.Americares has a long history of working in Sri Lanka, including a multi-year response to the 2004 tsunami. Americares completed a $50 million aid program for tsunami survivors in Sri Lanka, Indonesia and India that rebuilt schools, hospitals, water systems and livelihoods. In all, Americares rebuilt or renovated more than 40 health care facilities across Southeast Asia. “Tens of thousands of people in the affected areas have limited access to clean water, so we are very concerned about the spread of cholera, dysentery and other waterborne diseases,” said Americares Vice President of Emergency Response Garrett Ingoglia. “Dengue fever is also on the rise in Sri Lanka and could pose an additional health threat.” Americares is deploying a response team to Sri Lanka, where severe flooding and landslides have killed more than 200 people and left thousands homeless.The health-focused relief and development organization is mobilizing experienced disaster response experts from its offices in Mumbai, India, and the United States to meet survivors’ immediate health needs. More than 800,000 people in 15 of Sri Lanka’s 25 districts have been forced to evacuate their homes since heavy rains began on May 25. Americares is prepared to deliver medicine and relief supplies for displaced families, as well as offer assistance to ensure health facilities can continue treating survivors. The United Nations reports 16 hospitals have been damaged by the foods, including the Provincial General Hospital in Ratnapura.
Schools were scheduled to reopen for the second term on April 22 but following the Easter Sunday bombings it was postponed to April 29.However, as the tense situation still remains in the country, it has been decided to postponed it to May 6. The opening of schools for the second term has been postponed to May 6.The decision was taken after the National Security Council met with President Maithripala Sirisena today.
The advisory committee for the Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics and Sciences invites all faculty and staff in the Faculty to attend a town hall meeting to provide advice to the committee on the development of the “position profile”.As many members of the advisory committee as possible will be in attendance to listen carefully to your input. The committee would ask that you organize your thoughts around three main questions: What are the most important issues/matters that the next Dean will face?What role should the Dean play in addressing the issues/matters identified?What are the most important qualities/competencies that the candidate must have?Two town hall meetings are scheduled in an attempt to give everyone an opportunity to attend at least one of the meetings:Wednesday, Oct. 27, 10 to 11:30 a.m., E-Classroom (TH 253)andWednesday, Oct. 27, 1:30 to 3 p.m., E-Classroom (TH 253)In addition, the committee welcomes written responses to the questions noted above. Such signed, written material must be received by Nov. 5, 2010 and can be submitted online at brocku.ca/vp-academic/senior-academic-searches/dean-of-math, or in writing to:Dr. Murray Knuttila, ChairAdvisory Committee for Dean of Mathematics and SciencesOffice of the Provost and Vice-President, Academicmknuttila@brocku.ca
Co-founder and Chairman Emeritus, Dr James Wm. White, has retired, effective July 1, 2016 from Modular Mining Systems. It was in 1979 that his vision of an automated, computerized dispatching system, which led to the development of the DISPATCH® Fleet Management system, changed the way mines operate in real time. The system’s proprietary optimization algorithm, industry-specific software and rugged, purpose-built hardware eliminated the need for visual pit oversight, increased production, and enabled mines to manage their entire haulage cycle from a central computer. More than 35 years later, fleet management systems have become an indispensable tool for virtually all medium-to-large sized mines.Throughout his tenure at Modular, White urged employees at all levels to remain focused on four key areas: Innovation, Quality, Partnerships, and Results. It was his belief that by maintaining the highest standards and putting the customers’ needs first, Modular would fulfil its mission of improving efficiency and safety across all phases of mining operations. Furthermore, by adhering to these principles Modular would accomplish its goal of becoming the first-choice supplier of real-time solutions for the mining industry.What began as a small operation in Tucson, Arizona, now has ten globally-distributed offices, deployments in more than 30 countries, and a staff in excess of 700. “It is with great gratitude that I express my appreciation to the people who have helped make Modular what it is today. Without our many loyal team members over the decades, the company would not exist,” said White. “The talented individuals who conceptualize, build, market, sell, and support our products are the driving force behind our ongoing success,” he added.Early on, White worked as a Senior Project Engineer for chemical and plastics manufacturer, Rohm and Haas Co. In 1971, he resigned as head of the Research Computing Center to join the University of Arizona’s College of Mines as an Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering. White and two of his former students co-founded Modular Mining Systems in 1979, and two years later, he left the University to assume the full-time role of Modular’s Executive Vice President. In recognition of his contributions to the mining industry, he was inducted into the International Mining Technology Hall of Fame in 2015. “As Dr White marks the end of a remarkable, game-changing career, we bid him farewell with tremendous respect, and admiration,” Luiz Steinberg, President and CEO said in closing. “His innovative vision has been a driving force to our success, and will continue to move the company forward.”
By Sean Murray Friday 10 Mar 2017, 11:00 PM Our favourite live TV moment of the week by far 👶😂 pic.twitter.com/GXSCUl5hYI— BBC Newsbeat (@BBCNewsbeat) March 10, 2017 12,218 Views Mar 10th 2017, 11:00 PM http://jrnl.ie/3281967 2 Comments Source: BBC Newsbeat/Twitter Here’s What Happened Today: Friday Gardaí appeal for info on jogger killed in hit-and-run, and a Credit Union fined €125k were some of the main stories today. NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.IRELAND One student surveying the Running Man, part of the Real Bodies exhibition that opened today at the Ambassador Theatre in Dublin Source: Leon Farrell/Photocall IrelandGardaí are anxious to contact witnesses who may have information about an incident where a jogger was killed in a hit-and-run incident.Drimnagh Credit Union was fined €125k for ‘unacceptable risk’ of money laundering.Independent Alliance TD John Halligan said that gardaí should interview the surviving Bon Secours nuns over Tuam burial site.Tributes were paid to an elderly man who was killed in a Donegal house fire.Fáilte Ireland is shutting down its tourist information office in Dublin Airport, and one Fianna Fáil TD said it was a “senseless” thing to do.Accused of murdering Anne Shortall, a court today heard how Roy Webster ’broke down and told gardaí he beat her to death with a hammer‘.Comreg is going to investigate Three mobile over roaming charges.Ireland’s entry for this year’s Eurovision was unveiled.Jack Nealon’s pub in Dublin is set to close after over 100 years.A hip hop trio won the best album in Ireland last year.The Anti-Austerity Alliance is no more. Now it’s rebranded as Solidarity.INTERNATIONAL German police at the scene of the attack in Dusseldorf train station, which took place last night. Source: David Young/DPA/PA Image#TWEETING: A food blogger was awarded £24,000 in a defamation case against controversial columnist Katie Hopkins.#FUGITIVE: A German teenager who bragged about the murder of a child was arrested as police find a second body related to the case.#TRAVEL BAN: Donald Trump’s latest bid to restrict travel for people from certain countries to the US has faced a series of court challenges.PARTING SHOTWhen Professor Robert E Kelly agreed to appear on BBC News to talk about the current political situation in South Korea, he probably didn’t expect the whole world to be talking about it a couple of hours later.Kelly’s children burst into the room that he was conducting this very serious chat in, and an internet sensation was born. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Get our daily news round up: Short URL Share Tweet Email
19.04.19 Lyra McKee: A determined journalist who told the stories of marginalised people and her country’s troubled past Short URL Friday 19 Apr 2019, 2:23 PM Apr 19th 2019, 2:23 PM THE LEADERS OF the six main parties in Northern Ireland have released a joint statement condemning the murder of Belfast journalist Lyra McKee in a shooting in Derry last night.In a rare unified statement, the six leaders said the attack was also an attack on the members of the Derry community, and that the attackers had no support in Northern Ireland and should disband immediately. McKee died from injuries she sustained from the shooting last night during riots in the Creggan area of Derry.The PSNI has labelled the killing as a terrorist attack and suggest it is linked to dissident Republican activity in the area.The statement today was released by Michelle O’Neill (Sinn Féin), Arlene Foster (DUP), Robin Swan (UUP), Colum Eastwood (SDLP), Naomi Long (Alliance) and Clare Bailey (Green Party).“We want to express our condemnation in the strongest terms possible at the murder of journalist Lyra McKee,” the leaders said.“The murder of Lyra McKee is first and foremost a devastating loss for her grieving partner, family and friends, and our thoughts are with them at this awful time.“Lyra’s murder was also an attack on all the people of this community, an attack on the peace and democratic processes.“It was a pointless and futile act to destroy the progress made over the last 20 years, which has the overwhelming support of people everywhere.“We are united in rejecting those responsible for this heinous crime. They have no support in the community, must be brought to justice and should disband immediately. 18,529 Views https://jrnl.ie/4599950 Image: Niall Carson/PA Wire ‘They must be brought to justice’: Leaders of NI parties issue joint statement condemning killing of Lyra McKee In a rare unified statement, the six leaders said the attack was also an attack on the members of the Derry community. By Cormac Fitzgerald 44 Comments PSNI update In its latest update, the PSNI said that Lyra’s killer “and those who share his warped ideology should hang their heads in shame today – they represent no one”.“Lyra’s murder has appalled not just people across this city, but people around the world and there has been a global wave of shock and sympathy from her colleagues in journalism, politicians, church and community leaders,” said Deputy Chief Constable Stephen Martin.Today is Good Friday and it’s a cruel twist in our history that 21 years ago the majority of people in Northern Ireland signed up to the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement yet here we are today mourning the loss of a talented young woman, a young journalist who was also a daughter, a sister and a partner.Police officers dealt with significant riots in Creggan last night, with people throwing petrol bombs, hijacking vehicles and setting them alright and causing serious damage. Martin said the people behind the riots had one aim: “they set out to kill and take the life of a police officer”.“We have now launched a murder investigation to find the gunman who murdered Lyra and bring those responsible for the orchestrated violence that has been shown on television screens around the world to justice,” he said.And this is where now, more than ever, we need the public to help us.Martin called on the people who know those who set out to cause the riots and the killing to come forward.“You have to help make this madness stop. Please, pick up the phone and make a difference,” he said. He appealed for calm coming into the Easter weekend and asked for people to do what they could to stop the violence. We reiterate our support for the PSNI, who while carrying out their duties were also the target of last night’s attack. We call on anyone with any information to bring that forward to the police and assist their inquiries.“This is a time for calm heads.”Political condemnation The killing of Lyra – who covered events linked to legacy of the Troubles and had recently relocated to Derry from Belfast – has sparked widespread condemnation across the political divide. An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar extended his condolences to Lyra’s partner, family and friends and said that she had “changed our lives as she lived and will do so again in death”. “Twenty-one years ago today, on Good Friday, we as a people, North and South, chose peace, power-sharing and ever-closer co-operation. We will not be dragged back into the past.There is no place nor any justification for political violence in Ireland, or Northern Ireland today.He called the killing an act of “fear”, “hate” and “cowardice” and said the people who carried it out do not share the values of “our nation, nor our Republic”.“I want to express my solidarity with the people of Derry today. We stand with you as strong as your walls, and for as long as they stand. I want to acknowledge the work and the bravery of the PSNI and the emergency services,” he said.His sentiments were echoed by the other party leaders. Related Reads Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Petrol bombs are thrown at police in Creggan, Derry, last night. 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Facebook Post a comment Digital Media Mobile Apps Mobile Now playing: Watch this: Artist and photographer Spencer Tunick created a nude installation outside of Facebook’s New York office. Fay Fox Despite Facebook’s policies that make certain allowances for nudity on the social network, some artists say the rules prevent them from sharing their work online. On Sunday, artist and photographer Spencer Tunick created a nude installation outside of Facebook and Instagram’s New York office with help from the National Coalition Against Censorship (NCAC). Dozens shed their clothes, lay in the street and used images of male nipples — which are acceptable on Facebook — to cover people’s nipples and genitalia.In a tweet describing the performance piece, Tunick said there were “male nipple stickers covering female presenting nipples and male nipple cards covering all … genitalia.””The nudity ban is punishing for photographers and particularly harms artists whose work focuses on their own bodies, including queer and gender nonconforming artists. It also affects museums and galleries that have difficulty promoting photography exhibitions featuring nudes,” Christopher Finan, NCAC’s executive director, said Sunday in an open letter to Facebook. The NCAC’s campaign, #WeTheNipple, calls for Facebook and Facebook-owned Instagram to make an exception to their nudity restrictions to allow for art photography. The campaign has support from more than 20 US and international organizations, museums and art institutions, as well as hundreds of artists. Finan suggests creating the ability for users to set filters and blocks, instead of having Facebook decide for everyone. Tunick said Facebook and Instagram should communicate more with artists. Similarly to Finan’s idea, Tunick said there could be a verification process to protect artists from censorship. “Instagram has become the magazine of the world and to censor artists using the nude body as their medium is repressive and hurtful to art and freedom,” Tunick said. “They are deleting artworks and accounts where artists are even using proper self-censoring techniques to make their nude works acceptable for Instagram. Plus it’s just downright mean, hurtful and unnecessary to allow male nipples and not female nipples on their platform.”A Facebook spokesperson said the platform had been in touch with the NCAC in the lead up to Sunday’s demonstration. The NCAC said that Facebook’s response in discussions so far has given it some hope and that it expects to announce progress soon. “We look forward to continuing the dialogue with NCAC and other affected groups in more detail,” a Facebook spokesperson said in an email.Originally published June 3.Update, June 4: Adds comment from Facebook, the NCAC and Spencer Tunick. Tags 0 Share your voice 1:14 Inside Facebook’s robotics research lab
Share University of HoustonImage of University of Houston The University of Houston cancelled the alert for the armed suspect seen on the west side of campus earlier on Tuesday. According to the UH’s update, the suspect was no longer in the vicinity and all the university’s facilities had been searched and cleared.UH has previously warned people to avoid the campus’ athletic alumni, baseball field and stadium complex at around 3.30 p.m.The campus emergency website said the person was “considered dangerous.” The university’s alert said there was no description of the weapon available at the time.
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Posted by Tags: TravelBrands Tuesday, June 25, 2019 MISSISSAUGA — Michael Sette, a former sales manager at Sears Travel, has joined the ranks at TravelBrands as a new Business Development Manager in Ontario.In his new role Sette will oversee the company’s partnerships in both the Eastern Ontario and Greater Toronto Area (GTA) regions.According to Shannon Smith, Director of Sales for Ontario, the company is “thrilled” to have Sette join the TravelBrands sales team. “Michael has the combined knowledge of sales development, local marketing, training and customer service,” she said. “We believe Michael’s proven track record of success makes him the natural fit to help develop the business with our wonderful retail partners in his assigned Ontario market.”Starting his career as a volunteer at Sears Travel, Sette was eventually hired full-time and worked his way up to Travel Sales Manager, where he managed three different branches over the course of 14 years.Sette can be reached at Michael.Sette@travelbrands.com. Share TravelBrands has a new BDM in Eastern Ontario and the GTA Travelweek Group << Previous PostNext Post >>
Octopuses are freaky and mysterious, and they’re notoriously difficult to study. But research on one particularly freaky species shows us just how much we have left to learn about cephalopods: The larger Pacific striped octopus displays mating and hunting behavior unlike any other, suggesting that the routines we think of as being “normal” for an octopus might just be the only ones we’ve observed.The octopus, which was first observed decades ago by Arcadio Rodaniche, has only recently become accessible for close study. In fact, it’s never been officially described as a new species, and has no scientific name. But scientists have been intrigued by — and skeptical of — the strange behaviors Rodaniche claimed to see in the wild.Several years ago, Richard Ross of the California Academy of Sciences came across some larger Pacific striped octopuses on the aquarium trade circuit. He’s been studying them ever since, and his findings were published Wednesday in the journal PLOS ONE.Ross has revealed some of the species’ weird behaviors before. Last year, National Geographic reported on the octopus’ strange mating ritual. Most female octopuses are quite aggressive towards males, and most observed mating has involved males performing the task of inserting sperm into the female as quickly (and with as little contact) as possible.The larger pacific striped octopus does something quite different: The males and females stay intertwined, beak-to-beak, as if kissing. Researchers observed pairs staying together for days, engaging in what looked to be very risky sex for the male — but they didn’t see the females get aggressive.“Octopuses have a reputation for being sexual cannibals,” study author Christine Huffard of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute explained. It’s generally thought that females will strangle males if given the opportunity, and then eat them.But that sexual cannibalism — like most octopus behavior — hasn’t actually been observed more than a few times. Octopuses are solitary, hard to find creatures, and it’s difficult to observe them in the wild.“With this species, we’d see a male presenting himself to the female and going right up to her mouth,” Huffard said. “She’d often envelop him completely in her arms, which is what happens in the cannibalism we see. There’s this high level of what appears to be aggression, but it doesn’t lead to injury.”The fact that this rough intimacy can be part of non-lethal intercourse shows just how little we know about octopuses.Once the mating took place, researchers noticed something else: Instead of dropping a single brood of eggs in their lifetimes — which is thought to be common practice for octopuses — the females would continue to mate and lay eggs even as they produced hatchlings.The new study also describes the unusual feeding behavior of the species.Most octopuses are thought to tackle all of their prey the same way, using all eight arms to capture it. Some poke or prod inside tiny spaces with their tentacles, waiting for prey to swim out. The larger Pacific striped octopus does this for most prey, but it has a special — and rather ingenious — trick for snaring shrimp.The octopus creeps forward and reaches out, tapping the shrimp (on the shoulder, so to speak) with a single tentacle. The shrimp will swim backwards — its standard move to escape danger — and end up right where the hungry octopus wants it.“It has this very specific way of approaching a very specific kind of prey,” Huffard said. “It seems to know the difference and treat shrimp accordingly.”For now, this newly rediscovered species seems radically unique. But only a handful of the 300 or so known species of octopus have even been observed, so that could change.“Very few behavioral studies have been done,” Huffard said. “But where the logistics allow them, studies are showing us that octopus behaviors are far more complex than assumed.”© 2015, The Washington Post Facebook Comments Related posts:Climate change could leave sharks unable to hunt Expansion of monoculture farming could mean extinction for some tropical birds Costa Rica joins Ecuador in calling for more protection of endangered shark species Grab your binoculars: It’s Christmas Bird Count season in Costa Rica!
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J The Qantas Group is said to be planning the launch of a new Hong Kong based low budget carrier that will focus its operations on China routes.According to BigPond News, Australia’s flagship airline is negotiating with the city’s government and is seeking majority shareholders for the new carrier.While the news remains unconfirmed, a Jetstar spokesperson told e-Travel Blackboard that the Group is looking at different options in Asia. “Qantas Group is looking at a range of options across the region,” the spokesperson said. “There is a lot of speculation about it.”
President Nicos Anastasiades said Thursday he was ready to meet Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci to discuss the details and date of an informal five-party conference on the Cyprus problem in the hope that it could lead to the resumption of talks.In a statement, government spokesman Prodromos Prodromou said Anastasiades expressed satisfaction over Akinci’s request to UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres to convene a five-party informal meeting as soon as possible to clarify if all sides agree to seek a solution based on a bicommunal bizonal federation.In his letter to Guterres dated July 10, Akinci asks for an informal meeting to eliminate the “turbulent landscape caused by the statements of the Greek Cypriot leader.”The Turkish Cypriot leader suggested there was confusion over the Greek Cypriot side’s will for a comprehensive settlement since its leadership sent mixed messages as regards the basis of the solution.He said it must be made clear if everyone agrees on a BBF on the basis of political equality.Prodromou said Akinci’s proposal was essentially adopting a proposal made by Anastasiades in a letter to the UNSG on June 14.He said Anastasiades was ready to meet Akinci “so as to discuss the details and the date of convening an informal conference of a procedural nature,” with the same lineup as in Switzerland back in 2017, “with the hope that such an informal conference, properly prepared, would lead to the resumption of talks.”“A resumption of talks means of course that Turkey too would actively contribute towards the creation of the suitable climate by ending its illegal actions, either in the Republic’s exclusive economic zone or through plans relating to the sealed off area of Famagusta (Varosha),” Prodromou said. You May LikeCalifornia Earthquake AuthorityWe protect our home with earthquake insuranceCalifornia Earthquake AuthorityUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoIcePopMan Notices A Strange Hole In This Lake, So He Gets A Drone, Flies It Inside And Captures ThisIcePopUndo Nicosia will use ‘all diplomatic means at its disposal’ to counter Turkish actionsUndoVarosha move merely a ‘PR stunt’ by Ozersay, expert saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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