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29 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Funding Ireland Recruitment / people AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 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. Vodafone Ireland Foundation opens Making a Difference programme Howard Lake | 14 April 2010 | News The Vodafone Ireland Foundation has launched the latest round of its Making A Difference programme which provides up to €40,000 to each of four successful applicants.The programme offers four residents of the Republic of Ireland the chance to work with a charity of their choice in Ireland, by providing them with a year’s salary (up to a maximum of €40,000) plus expenses.Making A Difference has been running since 2007 and has supported individuals working with a wide range of charities, often less well known.Since Vodafone Ireland Foundation (VIF) launched in 2003, it has provided over €4.5 million to charitable projects throughout Ireland.The 2009 winners of Making A Difference were Aideen Lyster, Coolmine Therapeutic Community, Fiona Sexton, Volunteer Centres Ireland, Killian Stokes, Global Charity Platform and Hagan Bolger, Open Heart HouseApplications can be made online.www.vodafone.ie
Betsey PietteWW photo: Brenda RyanWorkers World contributing editor Betsey Piette was honored with a prize at a ceremony at the International Book Fair in Havana, Cuba, for her essay on the struggle against fracking and the corporate threat to the global environment and local environments.Piette’s prize-winning essay is entitled, “Drilling into the abyss: Why hydraulic fracturing is not a solution for global energy needs or global warming.” Piette has been writing regularly about the anti-fracking struggle for the past few years, especially in Pennsylvania, and is WW’s authoritative voice on this subject.The Havana Book Fair, which ran from Feb. 14 to 22, is an enormous event, attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors. There were 1,000 titles — 4 million books in total — on display. This year’s fair paid special attention to books from Angola and commemorated the 160th anniversary of José Martí’s birth.One of the fair’s events is the awarding of prizes in a contest called “Thinking Against the Mainstream,” run by the Cuban Ministry of Culture, the Cuban Book Institute and the Social Sciences Publishing House. Some 174 essays were submitted from writers in 19 countries. Piette was awarded a special prize for her winning essay on environmental questions.The three essays submitted by U.S. writers were all from regular contributors to Workers World newspaper.Socialist Cuba has banned frackingOrganizers in Cuba report reading Piette’s message, which we reproduce here, to the award ceremony on Feb. 19:“Within the United States there is a growing movement to oppose hydraulic fracturing for shale gas and to raise awareness of the immediate and long-term danger of the unregulated industry that has unleashed a potential environmental catastrophe. All too often our voices are ignored and our concerns are brushed aside. The natural gas industry’s sole concern appears to be how much profit it can make and how quickly. In turn, their money is used to dominate public opinion and silence opposition.“While socialist Cuba is among the handful of countries that have banned fracking, unfortunately other countries continue to open their doors to corporations promoting this technology. So it is all the more important that this international essay contest has chosen to recognize the critical importance of addressing this development and its potential long term environmental impact.“In writing my essay I was inspired by the words of Fidel Castro, who wrote ‘numerous dangers threaten us, but two of them — nuclear war and climate change — are decisive and both are ever further from approaching a solution.’ He blamed the discovery and exploration of vast reserves of shale gas as one reason the world was on an ‘inexorable march toward the abyss’ and concluded that the problem of shale gas was something ‘no political cadre or sensible person could ignore.’“It is my hope that this essay can contribute to raising global awareness of the dangers of fracking and assist those seeking to bring a halt to this dangerous process.”The winning and mentioned essays will be published in a book by the Social Sciences Publishing House. Piette’s regular coverage of the anti-fracking struggle can be found at workers.org.The other essays written by WW contributors were, “The myth of Columbus,” based on a talk by Stephanie Adohi last October, and “The GI movement in the USA, the state and the dream of revolution,” by this writer.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
News The impact of the recession on people with disability is being discussed at a workshop in the Ramada Encore hotel in Letterkenny this afternoon.Today is International Day of People with a Disability, and the campaign group People with Disabilities in Ireland is hosting the event, which all disabled people and their families are being urged to attend.Organiser Eddie Crawford says between the threat of cuts next week’s budget and the ongoing cutbacks in health and education services, people’s quality of life is being compromised. Mr Crawford is warning that will not be tolerated, and the days when disabled people sat quietly in the corner are gone. Twitter Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry By News Highland – December 3, 2009 Facebook People with disabilities to outline impact of recession Pinterest 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North WhatsApp Twitter Google+ WhatsApp 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Facebook Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleCoughlan’s Swiss expenses in the spotlightNext articleDoherty calls for retention of CDPs News Highland Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Pinterest Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Google+
News UpdatesHaryana Legal Services Authority Conducts E-Lok Adalat LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK25 Sep 2020 2:43 AMShare This – xToday, on 25.09.2020, Mr Justice Rajiv Sharma, Judge, Punjab and Haryana High Court-cum-Executive Chairman, HALSA inaugurated daily e-Lok Adalats in the state of Haryana. The daily e-Lok Adalats will be held in the State starting from today i.e. 25.09.2020 in order to help the litigants for amicable settlement of disputes. The concept of holding…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginToday, on 25.09.2020, Mr Justice Rajiv Sharma, Judge, Punjab and Haryana High Court-cum-Executive Chairman, HALSA inaugurated daily e-Lok Adalats in the state of Haryana. The daily e-Lok Adalats will be held in the State starting from today i.e. 25.09.2020 in order to help the litigants for amicable settlement of disputes. The concept of holding daily e-Lok Adalat has been started by HALSA as initiative to provide one such solution to settle their grievances by use of Alternative Dispute Redressal mechanism. During his address Mr. Justice Rajiv Sharma, said that owing to success of the E-Lok Adalat and for regular benefit of the litigants, daily e-Lok Adalats will be started from today wherein cases will be taken up by the Courts in the state of Haryana on daily basis by use of Electronic Platform. His lordship further apprised that Haryana State Legal Services Authority has already successfully convened E-Lok Adalat on 18.09.2020 in which a total of 8538 cases were settled. The daily e-Lok Adalat is an another step forward to build on the foundation already laid. He highlighted the difficulties being faced by litigants and recognized the efforts put up by HALSA through DLSAs by extending all possible help either directly or through District Administration in Lockdown period be it release of prisoners, providing food, distribution of masks, hand sanitizers or timely help to the migrants besides other issues. His Lordship further envisaged the need for maximum use of technology to provide necessary relief and ensure amicable settlement of disputes in Courts and wished that this initiative will be a milestone is providing timely justice to the needy. Sh. Parmod Goyal, Member Secretary, HALSA stated that E-Daily Lok Adalat will provide much-needed relief to litigants owing to the restrictive working of Courts in view of COVID 19 Pandemic. The event was attended by all the Ld. District and Sessions Judges-cum-Chairpersons; Chief Judicial Magistrates-cum-Secretaries, Presiding Officers of benches of E-daily Lok Adalats, other Judicial Officers, Chairpersons of Permanent Lok Adalat (Public Utility Services), litigants, besides other Members of Legal fraternity in the State of Haryana. Next Story
A motion to remove the mandate that enforced a disciplinary complaint of “dereliction of duty” against Hasan Ali, last term’s Librarian at the Oxford Union, has failed.A Senior Disciplinary Hearing will now be organised by the Returning Officer in the next month.The disciplinary complaint, originally brought against Ali by last term’s Union President, James Langman, had been mandated by the Standing Committee last term.In this week’s Standing Committee meeting, concerns were raised as to the necessity of a Senior Disciplinary Hearing for Ali, with the current President, Ashvir Sangha, in particular noting the cost.Union Press Officer, Alexander Reut-Hobbs commented, “When the complaint was bumped to SDC [Senior Disciplinary Hearing], some members of committee began to doubt whether it was worth the time, money and effort that the SDC would take, and whether other channels could be used to voice disapproval, which would be more informal, but much less costly”.In the ensuing discussion, concerns were raised that removing the mandate would set a “worrying precedent” that the committee had the power to simply brush away such disciplinary complaints. Although removing the mandate would leave it up to Langman whether or not he wished to pursue the complaint, the impression was given that Langman was inclined to withdraw it.However, he would not have been able to withdraw the complaint unless the Standing Committee’s mandate was removed.It was stressed that removing the mandate was “not passing judgement”, only leaving it up to Langman to do as he wished.Some at the meeting also argued that as Ali was no longer in office, it would not set a worrying precedent for those who are in office.As reported by Cherwell last term, Ali was initially condemned for “failure” to host a guest speaker and providing “conflicting, contradictory and incompatible explanations of this failure to complete his official duties”.The vote’s failure, by six votes to five with two abstentions, ensures that the mandate remains in place, and so the complaint cannot be withdrawn by Langman.When asked to comment on the implications of this for Ali, and for the Union, Reut-Hobbs issued a statement on the Union’s behalf, which said, “the Union doesn’t want to say anything that will pre-judge, prejudice or pressurise the SDC hearing”.
A few showers to start your Saturday. Clouds will give way to sunshine by the afternoon and the rest of the weekend is in the clear. High temperatures will reach the low 70s.Computer models shows a few showers for Saturday morning. (Courtesy:tropicaltidbits.com)Sunday will feature sunshine mixing with some clouds but still overall a great day. Temperatures will reach the low 70s as winds will shift to our south.BOAT & BEACHWaves will be rather calm through the period only around 2ft with ocean temperatures still running in the low 60s. UV index will be moderate to high Saturday and very high Sunday.A low pressure system will arrive Monday bringing the next round of showers and possible t’storms. Temperatures will be in the low 70s.STILL NO HEAT IN SIGHTLooking ahead to next week shows “cooler” and unsettled weather. No Summer heat in sight as High temperatures will only reach the mid 60s to low 70s.6-10 day temperature outlook show below normal temperatures expected across much of the Eastern U.S.
Yesterday, a handful of Pearl Jam North American tour dates briefly leaked on the band’s website. Amidst the flurry of tour and festival announcements that customarily takes place each January, a handful of concert dates appeared on the band’s list of upcoming performances.The new dates had the band performing at Safeco Field in their native Seattle, WA on August 8th and 10th, Washington-Grizzly Stadium in Missoula, MT on August 13th, Wrigley Field in Chicago (the home of Eddie Vedder‘s beloved Chicago Cubs) on August 18th and 20th, and at Boston’s Fenway Park on September 2nd and 4th.In addition to the dates–the majority of which are Major League Baseball stadiums, the website also briefly displayed a “The Home Shows” section of the list, perhaps indicating that the shows will take on an athletic theme and be marketed as “Home” (Seattle) and “Away” (elsewhere) shows.“The Home Shows” page on the Pearl Jam website (now removed, screenshot via Alternative Nation):You can see screenshots of the now-removed dates below courtesy of Alternative Nation: While these dates have not been confirmed by the band, and are no longer on the website, the fact that fully-detailed announcements, website updates, and custom artwork have been produced surely points toward their legitimacy, and likely portends an imminent tour announcement from the band.As of now, the only dates officially on Pearl Jam’s schedule are overseas. In March, they will head to South America for four performances including Lollapalooza events in Chile, Argentina, and Brazil, and an extra stadium show in Rio thrown in for good measure. In June and July, the band will make their way through Europe on a 14-date run stopping in the Netherlands, the U.K., Italy, Czech Republic, Poland, Germany, Belgium, Spain, and Portugal.For more information on Pearl Jam’s touring plans, head to the band’s website.[h/t – Alternative Nation][Cover photo: Video screen shot from 8/20/16 at Wrigley Field]
On Wednesday night, Phil Lesh began a two-night Phil & Friends run at his Terrapin Crossroads venue in San Rafael, CA. Today, he’s announced that the run’s second and final night tonight, Thursday, January 24th, will be webcast via Nugs.tv for fans across the country to enjoy from the comfort of their couches.Phil’s lineup of Friends for tonight’s show is an impressive one, featuring guitar legend John Scofield, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead guitarist Scott Metzger, multi-instrumentalist Jason Crosby and drummer Alex Koford (both of whom play with Phil’s Terrapin Family Band), and drummer Tony Leone.You can order your webcast for tonight’s Phil & Friends show by heading to the Nugs website here. The webcast is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. PST/11 p.m. EST.Later this year, Lesh will once again team with Scofield and an exciting cast of players for his annual birthday bash at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY, set to take place on March 14th, 15th, and 16th. For more information on the various upcoming Phil Lesh shows, head to his website here.