Tag: 阿拉爱上海aishedes

Police participate in Human Rights and Leadership Workshop

first_imgIn a collaborated venture between the United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) and the Rights of the Child (ROC) Commission, a Human Rights and Leadership Workshop for the Guyana Police Force (GPF) was hosted at Herdmanston Lodge, Georgetown, where the spotlight was placed on the rights of children and the roles and responsibilities of the police in protecting them from abuse and neglect.According to UNICEF Deputy Resident Representative Paolo Marchi, the purpose was to engage the GPF in preventing, identifying and protecting abused and neglected juveniles since research shows that 70 per cent of children are victims of such and the police are entrusted to serve as a form of protection towards them.He relayed that his belief is that the Force’s involvement will enhance thei capacity of providing protection as they internalise the essential ROC mechanisms to provide a wider comprehension of the realistic and lawful children rights.While acclaiming the organisations for initiating the learning session, Force Training Officer Paul Williams highlighted, on behalf of the GPF, that there was no such thing as “too much” training in light of the daily occurrences of change. He added that because of theUNICEF Deputy Resident Representative Paolo Marchiappropriate training programmes, ranks of all abilities were efficiently trained.The Training Officer asserted that facilities are in place to ensure Juvenile delinquents are segregated from adult prisoners through a standing order under the Juvenile Offenders Act. He voiced that if a minor needs to be interviewed, members of the Force and faith networks are present. He also noted that the GPF regularly provides assistance to the homeless and impoverished children.Williams highlighted that the GPF will implement the practices they’ve learnt when engaging with children as law enforcers and vowed that other officers who were unable to participate in the learning sessions would be trained by trainers.He noted that in relation to child custody, court orders would be enforced and there is an intention to create sustainable relationships with agencies and the ministry in this regard.Pointing out that the rights of children are often breached in the vicinity of their homes and even the courts, ROC Consultant, Queenla Cameron stressed on the need for the human rights standards to be applied by the police when carrying out their duties. She also voiced that it is necessary for the ROC Convention to be applied without delay in an effort to ensure the best interest of the children.Cameron added that children should not be used to provide evidence in court and should not be subjected to agony by the police. She also encouraged the GPF to adapt to the policies of ROC.last_img read more

Read More

Coral Daily Download – Liverpool more likely to miss top four than Arsenal, claims Stevens

first_imgDave Stevens joins the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast to round up the latest sporting odds.The Coral spokesperson claims Liverpool, rather than Arsenal, are more likely to miss out on the top four next season, following Michael Owen’s comments about the Gunners.The ex-Reds and Man United striker told talkSPORT on Tuesday that Arsene Wenger’s side could miss out on a place at the top end of the table next campaign.Coral is the official betting partner of the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfastlast_img read more

Read More

Meet Ohio Farm Bureau’s new Executive Vice President

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation Board of Trustees has named Adam Sharp the organization’s new executive vice president.Sharp succeeds Jack Fisher, who has served as executive vice president since 1996. Last October, Fisher made public his intention to retire from the organization.The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins visited with Sharp shortly after the announcement on Tuesday.last_img

Read More

Here is your horoscope for April 7, 2016

first_imgARIESYou are brilliant, active and skillful in ventures and gain repute therein. You entertain new opportunities and dimensions. You play the role of consultant or advisor. You are loving and caring in relationships and enjoy loyalty and support therein. Lucky number 13. Colour peacock blue.  TAURUSTender, loving care in relationships brings back harmony and respect. Open your heart and allow feelings to surface as you may be hiding a deep feeling of pain or frustration. You are skillful and clever to achieve goals despite blocks and disruptions. Lucky number 9. Colour reds.  GEMINILet go to the past, stop repeating old patterns and make sure you don’t miss a wonderful opportunity for love, gain or happiness. Rejuvenate energy with a healthy diet and fitness routine. Watch the wheel of life turning without making judgments for a while. Lucky number 5. Colour green. CANCERYou are rewarded with success in whatever you choose to pursue, be it a matter of the heart or a matter of business. Financial matters are arranged according to wish. You can expect some changes that look negative initially but prove to be beneficial finally. Lucky number 10. Colour red.  LEOThere is a blend of pleasure and anxiety as you approach the end of one cycle and move on to the next. Everything you need to be happy and feel luxurious is available. This is a time to turn inwards after you have stopped running after a variety of desires. Lucky number 4. Colour purple.  VIRGOThe Universe opens up a number of options and opportunities. Your potential is multidimensional and the many opportunities you have are inviting. List your priorities before making decisions. You need to be patient when there is opposition and inertia at work. Lucky number 21. Colour blue. advertisementLIBRA You may feel blocked by legalities or traditional people. You initiate a current of force to achieve goals. You are bold, achieving a harmony of rule and justice in your position of authority. Spend time with people you love and in activity you enjoy. Lucky number 2. Colour maroon. SCORPIO Nine Cups full of happiness greet you as relationships flower into loving commitments. Family, friends and loved ones share joy. You regain vigor to indulge in sport and busy schedules. A positive and creative approach changes attitudes and heals old wounds. Lucky number 9. Colour pink. SAGITTARIUSYou resolve deadlocks at work and deal with important issues at home with calm authority and strength. You attract a lot of interesting people with your gift of communication. You are generous and giving to friends and family but impatient of opposition. Lucky number 14. Colour green.  CAPRICORNYou fall in love and bloom with a special aura and energy. Things happen swiftly and you need to make quick decisions or you miss important connections. Communications and friends arrive unexpectedly. Personal and professional relationships are rejuvenated. Lucky number 8. Colour red.  AQUARIUSAccept situations, as they change by themselves, given space and time. Look within to see if you are fulfilling your potential in the best way you know how. Everybody is unique and you are needed as you are. Nurture loving relationships to bring harmony. Lucky number 5. Colour white.  PISCES’The Moon’ takes you through a difficult Karmic situation, which seems like an ancient pattern. Unexpected events and happenings change the course of your life. Watch and wait for things to change and evolve rather than add more karma to difficult situations. Lucky number 18. Colour gray.last_img read more

Read More

Todays Weather Forecast

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppNassau, Bahamas, February 20, 2017 – A WEAK FRONTAL SYSTEM IN THE VICINITY OF THE CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST BAHAMAS WILL CONTINUE TO MOVE SOUTHEASTWARDS AND EXIT THE AREA TODAY.NORTHWEST BAHAMAS, MOSTLY SUNNY AND MILD TODAY. FAIR AND COOL TONIGHT.  CENTRAL & SOUTHEAST BAHAMAS VARIABLE CLOUDINESS AND BREEZY WITH A FEW SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THE CHANCE OF ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS IN THE VICINITY OF THE FRONT. MOSTLY FAIR AND MILD TONIGHT.Today’s high is forecast at 81°, the low 68°.#MagneticMediaNews The Luxury of Grace Bay in Down Town Provo Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp ALERT # 2 ON POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE NINE ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY THURSDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER, 2019 AT 9 PM EDT Related Items:#magneticmedianews Recommended for you Electricity Cost of Service Study among the big agenda items at September 11 Cabinet meetinglast_img read more

Read More

Guardiola hints on the possible start of De Bruyne

first_imgPep Guardiola has revealed that Kevin De Bruyne and Kyle Walker are likely to start in Manchester City’s Champions League clash against Shakhtar Donetsk on TuesdayDe Bruyne made a cameo appearance in City’s 5-0 mauling of Burnley after a lengthy layoff on the sidelines while Walker missed out due to a groin problem. However, Pep confirmed the duo are fit to play against Shakhtar.“If they are here it is because they are ready to play,” said Guardiola of the duo’s availability.The former Bayern boss also encouraged two of his senior players David Silva and Fernandinho, to extend their playing days for as long as possible.jose mourinhoMourinho knows why City and Liverpool are so far ahead George Patchias – September 13, 2019 Jose Mourinho knows why Manchester City and Liverpool are so far ahead of everyone else in the Premier League.In an interview with the Telegraph,…“They [Silva and Fernandinho] have two more years contract but they have to think day by day, month by month and then ask themselves at the end of the season if they are still ready to play. My advice then is to play, you have to play,” he told Sky.Guardiola equally spoke about City’s poor start to the competition against Lyon urging his lads to learn from the experience and raise their game.“Learn from that [defeat]. When you play an entire season the Champions League level is higher. So work. It looks easy, it is not,” he said.“When you win games with a big result it is not easy. So learn, you have 15 points still to play for and to compete in the competition you have to live it. All we can do is learn and try to avoid it in the future.”last_img read more

Read More

Bauer Launches New Pair of PreTeen Magazines

last_img

Read More

Income tax returns deadline extended to Aug 5 how to file ITR

last_img

Read More

AL skips Bangladesh dialogue at UK House of Lords

last_img

Read More

Rescued Thai boys make victory signs from hospital beds

last_img

Read More