With deep empathetic concern for the peaceful wellbeing of its home based country, Modern Advocacy Humanitarian Social and Rehabilitation Association (MAHSRA), an NGO based in Bamenda – Cameroon and in Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council ECOSOC , highlights the short comings and the lapses within the country's protective institutionalism towards its great investment ventures as an aspiring 2035 emerging nation.
Aspiring to promote the comparative peaceful growth and development examples seen within emerging nations and Considering that the African Continent needs much aspirational hope and courage to enhance its own peaceful development perspectives, Modern Advocacy Humanitarian Social and Rehabilitation Association (MAHSRA), an NGO based in Bamenda – Cameroon and in Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council ECOSOC , releases two publications that address the scope of regional development objectives of emerging nations and the impact of colonial administration that have retarded African progress but now demonstrates new opportunities for regaining hope towards Africa's rapid development.
In the attempt to propose a working practice for effective peace building measures through some major human solidarity values, Modern Advocacy Humanitarian Social and Rehabilitation Association (MAHSRA), an NGO based in Bamenda – Cameroon and in Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council ECOSOC , has released a view on the scope of mutuality and reciprocity towards enhancing objective peace building processes and has also examined the probable entries within which the human development measurement units may be used to address societal conflicts and peace.
Followers of Southeast Asian news will already know that this month, the political situation in Myanmar has been of particular interest due to its recent elections and the influence the results could have on regional politics. With a victory by Nobel Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi's NLD Party forcing the military-backed USDP to share power, foreign investors and Burmese citizens alike are wondering if the country's long-beleaguered plans to increase foreign investment opportunities will pan out, and in what form – as well as at what cost to social and environmental conditions. Borderless News Online, ASEAN news source, has recently released interviews with Wendy Law-Yone, prominent Burmese-American author, and author and reporter at The Economist Richard Cockett to provide relevant, new perspectives on the topic.
The Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) has selected SicommNet as its eProcurement service provider for procurement and construction projects. HI DOE signed a 39-month agreement with SicommNet for continued use of the Hawaii eProcurement System (HePS) for their electronic procurement solicitation announcement and management services. Additionally, this contract allows for the University of Hawaii, the State of Hawaii Department of Accounting and General Services, and the Honolulu Board of Water Supply to participate in HePS usage.
Patrick Malone, the creator of General Doublespeak Limited, has created a website where users can vote for their choice of Doublespeak Politician, Doublespeak Journalist and Doublespeak Corporations each month. Now, Malone has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to build and advertise this website.
eKasih is the National Poverty Data Financial institution working on the issues of poverty and its management in partnership with Chairman of Material Property (KIR) as well as Expert Material Home (AIR). The program is working for individual accounts, program/ support for development of better means for poverty management.
"Don't we want our presidential candidates to be well informed about fellow Americans?" Instead of worrying about their misunderstandings about American Muslims and Islam, Mike Ghouse has offered free consulting services to Dr. Ben Carson, and now he extends the same to Donald Trump.
Lobbying services are now affordable for small businesses and associations with the launch of hirealobbyist.com. This government relations website has been launched by 11:59 Media and Public Affairs to provide services to businesses and associations at an affordable cost.
The state of Maryland has passed an important change to its divorce and separation laws, with the update going into effect as of October 1st. The Maryland General Assembly voted to add a new grounds for absolute divorce in Maryland, that of Mutual Consent, and it's important to understand its impact.
A new Supreme Court ruling will allow couples who have previously had divorces case resolved to have them reopened in instances where they have not been allowed a fair and just settlement due to their ex partners non-disclosure of their financial affairs.
One of the most difficult tasks that politicians and political campaign managers face is helping their supporters remember when it's time to vote. One service aims to fix that problem with an innovative marketing tool that is more affordable and takes less time to implement than any of the previous marketing attempts that have been used throughout history. Political campaign managers and volunteers can now say good-bye to licking stamps and sealing envelopes with the political SMS platform service from WhenToVote.
Frustrated with existing job boards, the SimplyGovJobs.com team have created a simple to use job board dedicated to the best federal and local government jobs.
Wisconsin, Rep. Christine Sinicki (D-Milwaukee) has recently introduced legislation that would allow medical procedures to be audiovisually recorded with a surgical "black box." If this bill is passed, it would give patients the right to have their surgeries videotaped (Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel). This technology is designed to help surgeons analyze their own performance, as well as provide evidence in the instance of medical malpractice.
Today's world is forever changing along with the laws from yesterday. Laws that seemed okay back when, but do not really fit with the times of today. Marijuana and the legalization has been a popular topic in the news today. On 16th of September, the bill has been introduced to fight against Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and their often unlawful "confiscation" of the property for marijuana business owners.
The Asset Disposal and Information Security Alliance (ADISA) has carried out its third Freedom of Information request into how UK government organisations meet their regulatory requirements when disposing of critical data carrying infrastructure.
A leader rises up and makes a moving speech every three to five years that causes dramatic changes in the way Americans view racial, social, and political issues. Jerria Martin is beginning to show signs that she is this leader, while stirring the hearts and minds of people in Selma through her Mayoral campaign. However, if this historic campaign is to be successful, it will require significant financial support from those who want to partner with history.
American energy is a master resource, a powerful tool that, without bloodshed or provocation, can be used powerfully against those that seek to harm us, those that all the while smile to the rest of the World, as their obfuscation and ambiguity continues, as evidenced at the United Nations, last week. (And I mean Russia and Iran!).
On September 29, 2015, Spartanburg, South Carolina Businessman, Jack Robinson, Jr. announced that he will be running for 2016 Presidential candidate, will be entering the field on the third party as an independent candidate. With the declaration of his presidential bid, he also unveiled his program that will seek to end the troubles of the country through a "Unification of America" plan. Robinson made the announcement at the CHAPMAN CULTURAL ARTS CENTER, in front of a live audience on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2015. In his speech he elaborated how a Robinson Presidency will be characterized by ending poverty, providing universal healthcare, equalizing income and opportunity disparity and ending world hunger.
A mid-June ruling by the California Supreme Court has changed the ground rules for divorce in The Golden State.
ImageFIRST of New Hampshire provides medical laundering services, including gowns, linens and cubicle curtains for medical practices of all sizes throughout the state. Recently, the Supreme Court made a decision to uphold government subsidies to medical practices through Obamacare, and ImageFIRST New Hampshire is giving their thoughts on this recent ruling. Through the ruling, the 34 states that use the federal health insurance program will be eligible for government subsidies that will make premiums more affordable for those holding health insurance policies through Obamacare.
Earlier this year, conservative challenges to the Affordable Care Act led to worries that, should these challenges be upheld in front of the Supreme Court, the entire law as presented by President Obama would be virtually destroyed. The financial aspect in question, which involved government subsidies for people who purchased their insurance in a marketplace "established by the state," was a necessary factor in ensuring the health of the Affordable Care Act. ImageFIRST LA, as a provider of healthcare laundry services, applauds the Supreme Court decision to allow insurance subsidies created by Obamacare to be offered in state and federal health care exchanges, as well as marketplaces. This ultimately means continued coverage for Americans everywhere.
Michael Minas presently heads the Union of Fighters for Justice (O.A.D.), a new union without any political or party affiliations. This non-profit union is dedicated to ensuring justice for the financially weaker segments in Cyprus. In May next year, O.A.D. will participate in the forthcoming parliamentary elections. Michael needs financial support in his efforts to transform the corrupt economic and social system in Cyprus and bring transparency.
Until this year, the UK immigration system routinely discriminated against British fathers who were not married to their child's mother at the time of their children's birth.
Following the online publication and distribution of several corruption cases surrounding the members of Haiti's Tèt Kalé regime, anonymous threat were seen popping up all over the online distribution's and the journalist's own Facebook pages. After some research, the journalist's team of computer technicians were able to trace the source of these messages. These threats come directly from the computers in the office of the Haitian presidency.