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Educating young boys and girls key to addressing gender-based violence Press Release Service AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA Featured Jobs & Calls Episcopal Church releases new prayer book translations into Spanish and French, solicits feedback Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs Africa, Associate Rector Columbus, GA Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Featured Events Virtual Episcopal Latino Ministry Competency Course Online Course Aug. 9-13 Rector Collierville, TN In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET [Anglican Communion News Service] Bishop William Mchombo of the Diocese of Eastern Zambia has advised that educating young boys and girls on the equality of men and women is the key to addressing issues of gender-based violence in Africa.The bishop was reflecting on International Women’s Day and how the event can better be used by the church to address the rising levels of gender violence on the continent.“We need to start educating our boys from a tender age to understand that a woman is not an inferior being. Girls also need to be taught that a man is not a superior being. This would help bring about a generation that understands that a man and woman are supposed to live in harmony as equals,” he said. “If more men participate, it would help alleviate the subjection of women to oppression. More men ought to be invited to such programs and when possible every married woman should bring their spouse to such an event.”Zacharia Luhanga, deputy permanent secretary for the Eastern Province of Zambia, said that the government of Zambia applauds women for their contribution to development of the country in the different spheres of their operations.However, he acknowledged the many challenges that women have to deal with in a “male-dominated” society. “In Zambia, this event is being celebrated behind the backdrop of despicable acts — mostly perpetuated by men — ranging from wife battering, defilement and rape,” he lamented.“We are overwhelmed with news of young girls or women being raped, defiled or murdered somewhere within the country. It is most shaming that in most cases, it is a person who is well known and even trusted by victims who is behind such heinous crimes,” the government official said.The Rev. Dannis Milanzi, vicar general of Eastern Zambia and director of Kachere Development Programmes, the social and project wing of the diocese, acknowledged the difficulty faced by women to attain personal freedom.“Traditionally and culturally [in Africa], it is very difficult for a woman to get a loan from the bank to start their own businesses. Banks will usually ask for collateral and a letter of consent from the husband. If well empowered, women have the potential to raise their own funds and become independent,” he said.He was referring to the relationship that exists between financial freedom and gender-based violence concluding that a woman who is independent stands a better chance of avoiding both verbal and physical abuse.Meanwhile, the Anglican Diocese of Eastern Zambia on March 7 celebrated its first ever candlelight vigil service in the town of Chipata as a preparatory step for International Women’s Day.“For the first time in Chipata (Zambia), we have had a vigil candlelight service in commemoration of women and men who have died because of gender based violence,” announced Mchombo.The service that was held in St. Anne’s Roman Catholic Cathedral was attended by Christians from various denominations and a number of Zambian government officials including the deputy permanent secretary for the Eastern Province of Zambia.Fr. Gabriel Nyoni, priest of St. Anne’s Cathedral, welcomed all the congregants to the cathedral and encouraged them to “feel free to interact” saying “in the house of the Lord, no evil can disturb our service.”Speaking during the service, Milanzi said, “ Sexual and physical abuse happens in all types if families. What happened in Tamar’s family [the biblical story] is an indication that there is the capacity for people to allow their sexuality to become abusive.”Mchombo was grateful for the many people who attended the event. “This years’ commemoration has been very impressive in terms of turnout. We have had people from various denominations turning out in large numbers. Many others have come in from government and the private sector,” he said.Commenting on an Anglican church service being hosted in a Roman Catholic cathedral, the bishop said: “The names of the denominations that we have are in a way artificial. The church is supposed to be one except we have chosen to give each other different names.”“As the [Anglican] Church, we work ecumenically,” he said. “We decided to come together on this issue because of a common objective. Issues of gender-based abuse affect all of us [and] we are grateful to God for the way the church is able to work together on issues of common interest.”“For instance, with the Roman Catholics, we share the management of St. Francis Hospital which our biggest hospital in the [eastern] province. Our motivation is to serve humanity and bring about dignity to our people in terms of provision of good services,” he said.The bishop encouraged men to participate fully in such events. He said, “Our menfolk should participate in such events because it’s men who seem to be ignorant about the importance of such events.“Men and women need to complement each other. One thing that is so prominent in the creation story is the creation of man and woman in the image of God. 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Daniel Affolter, the chairman of Kuoni, is to donate $3.3m to SOS Childrens Village. Daniel Affolter, the chairman of Kuoni, is to donate $3.3m to SOS Childrens Village. He is facing accusations by other Kuoni directors that he has received “unlawful payments” from the Kuoni and Hugentobler Foundation.Read Embattled Kuoni chief plans donation to charity by William Hall at ft.com. Advertisement AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 Children’s charity to benefit from Kuoni chairman’s problems Howard Lake | 7 May 2001 | News 15 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Melanie May | 14 September 2017 | News 90 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. Tagged with: Awards East Anglia Events Institute of Fundraising IoF East Anglian Regional Group Conference & Awards date set for November The Institute of Fundraising (IoF) East Anglian Regional Group is holding its annual Conference and Awards Ceremony on 13 November in Newmarket.Speakers at the IoF East Anglian Regional Group event include Rob Woods of Bright Spot Fundraising, who will be sharing his four key resilience-boosting strategies for raising money. Attendees will also find out how community fundraising supports East Anglia Air Ambulance, how to raise money from lotteries with St Helena Hospice and hear from Michael Clark of Cystic Fibrosis Trust on legacy and in memory giving.Workshop sessions are also available to help attendees improve and develop presentation and negotiation skills for fundraising and learn how to build a compelling case for support.In addition, there will be an expert panel including Daniel Fluskey, IoF Head of Policy and Research; Kitty Rossiter, Associate, Intellectual Property, Birketts LLP, and Gerald Oppenheim, Head of Policy, Fundraising Regulator, which will focus on the GDPR. There will also be a range of workshops, as well as sessions on negotiation and presentation skills.Nominations are still open for the Awards, with the closing date for entries 5pm on 27 October. This year’s Awards Ceremony is sponsored by Harlequin Software, and the categories are: Best Professional Fundraiser, Best Corporate Partner, Best Grant Giver and Best Volunteer Fundraiser. Nomination forms can be downloaded from the website and emailed to [email protected] places can be booked through Eventbrite. 89 total views, 1 views today Advertisement
Housing 37 Compulsory Purchase Orders issued as council takes action on derelict sites Facebook Cllr Daniel ButlerTHE Ana Liffey Drug Project has joined forces with the London School of Economics and Hot Press for a series of Town Hall Events to discuss the decriminalisation of people who use drugs in Limerick. They’ll be hosting an event in the Hunt Museum Café on Tuesday, September 11 to discuss the harms of the current approach, what can be learnt from experiences elsewhere, and what a health led approach to drug use could look like.Along with the expert panel, special guests on the night include Limerick Metropolitan Mayor, Cllr Daniel Butler; Dyrt, the Limerick rapper and spoken word artist who’ll be performing and talking about how drugs have impacted on his community; and Conor Ward, a locally based singer-songwriter whose ‘Hope’ single carries a strong, positive mental health message. All are welcome to attend the event, and join the discussion. Registration is free and anyone interested in the topic is welcome. Register here: https://town-hall-analiffey-limerick.eventbrite.com.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Shannon Airport braced for a devastating blow TAGSCommunityhealthLimerick CityNews NewsSocietyDrug policy experts talk about the decriminalisation of people who use drugs in LimerickBy Alan Jacques – September 7, 2018 1159 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Print Email Previous articleKyle Hayes and Brian Ryan nominated for U21 All-Star awardsNext articleCall for Government action to halt post office closures Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie Limerick Post Show | Careers & Health Sciences Event for TY Students WhatsApp Twitter Thefts of catalytic converters on the rise #crimeprevention Advertisement Linkedin Limerick on Covid watch list Local backlash over Aer Lingus threat
United(HOUSTON) — Amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, a Houston-based United employee who usually handles baggage is now leading a companywide effort to transform empty cargo facilities into food distribution centers.In Houston, the food bank is currently “working at 150%,” according to spokesperson Paula Murphy.The nonprofit, which covers 18 counties in Southeast Texas, went from distributing between 400,000 to 500,000 pounds of food per day prior to the COVID-19 outbreak to distributing 750,000 pounds at a minimum.The Houston food bank had put in a request for 400 members of the National Guard to help them with distribution, and some of their partners that had given them space in the past — soup kitchens and food pantries — were forced to close their doors due to the virus.The food bank ran a television advertisement asking for help, and five-year United employee Mark Zessin took note.While the need for food continued to increase at the food bank, demand for travel in the U.S. reached record lows. Zessin noticed many of his fellow employees at George Bush Intercontinental Airport had extra down time at work as the number of travelers dwindled.“They were quickly running out of room, and it was a challenge to find volunteers given the stay-at-home orders,” Zessin told ABC News. “I thought we may have some assets they could use.”This week Zessin’s vision became a reality at the airport — hundreds of United employees from all departments are now sorting, packaging and distributing up to 6,000 relief packages to families in need in Houston every day.“Mark is too humble to say this, but he has led these efforts,” Houston airport United Communications Manager David Gonzalez said. “This wasn’t the only idea Mark brought forth, but it’s the biggest one so far.”Zessin is also working on organizing a blood drive and next week he plans on hand delivering thank you cards to health care workers. The Houston project has been so successful United said it is working to open a second distribution center at its cargo facility in San Francisco.President and CEO of the Houston Food Bank Brian Greene said they would not forget the generosity, especially given the “particularly trying times for United Airlines and their almost 100,000 employees” as the airlines continue to take an unprecedented financial hit.“You get up in the morning and try to make a difference,” Zessin said. “We all do.”Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
BritishAirways is planning to cut 1,000 jobs at Gatwick Airport over the next twoyears, as part of a major restructure.Theairline, which intends to reduce the number of destinations served by long haulflights at London’s second airport from 43 to 25, has claimed the changes willresult in a phased reduction of around 1,000 jobs, from its 63,000 strongworkforce.BA hopesthe cuts, which are due to take place over the next two years, will be madethrough natural staff turnover, but will look at voluntary and early retirementor transfer and retraining, if this is not possible.RodEddington, chief executive of British Airways, said, “Gatwick is a key airportin our home market and our activities there must operate on a sound financialfooting. Despite the best efforts of our team there, this has not previouslybeen possible to achieve.“The stepswe are announcing today should improve our group profitability and ensureBritish Airways has a long-term future as Gatwick’s leading airline.” Previous Article Next Article BA restructure will cut 1,000 staff from payrollOn 12 Dec 2000 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos.
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Gala Celebration of the Publication of The Book of David by David V. MillerFriday, 19 February at 6:00 P MBlush Ultra Lounge, Le Merigot Hotel, 615 NW Riverside Drive, Evansville, IndianaCash Bar and Hor D’oeuvres Will be ServedCome and bring your friends to meet the author and celebrate his literary portraits of the smiles, challenges and mysteries that give color, substance and meaning to life.Signed Copies of The Book of David Will be Available for PurchaseFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
Harvard’s 2010 annual report of the Corporation Committee on Shareholder Responsibility (CCSR), a subcommittee of the President and Fellows, is now available upon request from the Office for the Committees on Shareholder Responsibility. To obtain a copy, email [email protected] or call the office at 617.495.0985.The report provides a detailed description of the CCSR’s actions on shareholder proposals raising issues of social responsibility that came to vote during the 2010 spring proxy voting season (the period between March and June when most publicly traded corporations hold annual meetings). The CCSR receives advice from the Advisory Committee on Shareholder Responsibility, a 12-member committee made up of Harvard faculty, students, and alumni.