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UN agency launches Internet portal on women in peace and warUN agency launches Internet portal on women in peace and war


Video of press briefing Listen to UN Radio report UNIFEM Executive Director Noeleen Heyzer said the portal would address the information gap, providing accurate reports and helping to track progress towards implementing Security Council resolution 1325. That text was unanimously adopted in October 2000 and urges an enhanced role for women in preventing conflict, promoting peace and assisting in post-conflict reconstruction within UN operations.The resolution, she said, “is a watershed political framework that makes women – and a gender perspective – relevant to negotiating peace agreements, planning refugee camps, programmes and peacekeeping operations and reconstructing war-torn societies.”She said two experts she appointed, “the world’s first female Defence and Finance Ministers,” Elisabeth Rehn of Finland and Ellen Sirleaf-Johnson of Liberia, had found an epidemic of violence against women and girls in the 14 conflict zones they visited.Their report recommended that UNIFEM systematically collect, analyze and share information on the roles of women in conflict, conflict prevention and peace building, Ms. Heyzer said. read more


DPR of Korea children malnourished and underweight despite progress says UNDPR of Korea children malnourished and underweight despite progress says UN


Despite some progress since the famine of the mid-1990s, children in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) are still malnourished and underweight by United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) standards.“Since the mid-1990s we have made a difference for children in North Korea,” UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) country representative Pierrette Vu Thi said recently in Pyongyang, the DPRK capital. “But we do need to sustain these efforts. And the concern is with the current food shortages that could impact negatively on the nutritional status of children and even reverse the positive gains made over the past 10 years.”As a major health challenge facing DPRK’s children today, Ms. Vu Thi pointed to a combination of malnutrition with common childhood diseases such as diarrhoea.“Chronic malnutrition among children one, two, three years old is 30 per cent lower than in 2002,” she noted. “This makes sense as it takes longer to reverse the impact of something in older children. However, we should not be complacent about the situation because chronic malnutrition and underweight are still quite high by WHO standards.“I would also like to highlight the fact that, unfortunately, there has been no change in the nutritional status of mothers and some one-third of mothers were found to be malnourished and anaemic as with the case in 2002,” Ms. Vu Thi said. Over the past 10 years floods and droughts have caused agricultural and economic devastation in the DPRK. read more


Racism and racial discrimination on rise around the world UN expert warnsRacism and racial discrimination on rise around the world UN expert warns


While racial discrimination used to be the province of extremist far right political parties, it is now becoming a regular part of democratic systems, being blended in for example with the fight against terrorism, Doudou Diène, Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance told the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination in Geneva.Racism and xenophobia are coming out of the closet, in a sense, and gradually creeping into the policies of mainstream political actors, Mr. Diène said. That fact is manifest not only in the backing away from cultural diversity manifested by many States, but also in restrictive policies regarding immigrants and asylum-seekers.Speeches against immigrants, foreigners and asylum-seekers are becoming popular and intellectual legitimization is being granted to those currents, he added.Referring to the recent controversial depictions of the Prophet Muhammad in Danish newspaper cartoons and the violent reactions, he said the cartoons illustrated the increasing emergence of the racist and xenophobic currents in everyday life. But the political context in Denmark was what had given birth to the cartoons.It was one in which an extremist political party enjoyed 13 per cent of the vote and had formed part of the governing coalition. The development of Islamophobia or any racism and racial discrimination always took place in the context of the emergence of strong racist, extremist political parties and a corresponding absence of reaction against such racism by the country’s political leaders, Mr. Diène said.There were other factors, including increased immigration flows, and the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks against the United States, but the political factor was an essential condition, he said.He called for international mechanisms, including the UN General Assembly, to treat cases such as the Danish cartoons not as a clash of civilizations but as a debate on the balancing of two rights, freedom of expression and freedom of religion. The law, he stressed, could not provide a satisfactory answer. It would have to be accompanied by a lot of thinking on the need for inter-religious, inter-ethnic and intercultural dialogue.Special Rapporteurs, who are unpaid and serve in a personal capacity, receive their mandates from the UN Commission on Human Rights. read more


Japanese soccer ace highlights UN school feeding programme in CambodiaJapanese soccer ace highlights UN school feeding programme in Cambodia


The recently retired Japanese soccer player Hidetoshi Nakata has joined forces with the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) to spotlight the agency’s free meal operations for schoolchildren in Cambodia, which is plagued by some of the lowest literacy rates in Asia.Last week Mr. Nakata donated soccer balls to local children while visiting a primary school in the Cambodian town of Siem Reap, where the WFP provides hot breakfasts to 830 students.“These soccer balls and WFP’s breakfast programme will make this school even more attractive for children to continue their education,” said Thomas J. Keusters, WFP Country Director for Cambodia.“I hope that one day there will be a Cambodian Nakata who will reach international fame thanks to our school feeding programme.”Less than half of all students – or just 45 per cent – complete primary school in Cambodia, where many children drop out because they have to work to support their families, help with household chores or care for sick or elderly relatives.WFP’s school feeding programme in the South-East Asian country reaches about 600,000 children at more than 1,500 schools, but a lack of donations recently means that since October the agency has had to cut the amounts of food it hands out.Mr. Nakata, who retired after this year’s World Cup in Germany, played soccer at the top international level for a decade. read more


AsiaPacific developing countries see subdued growth for third straight year – UNAsiaPacific developing countries see subdued growth for third straight year – UN


“Developing countries in the region are forecast to grow at an average of 5.8 per cent in 2014, up from 5.6 per cent last year,” according to theEconomic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific 2014.“This marks the third successive year of growth below 6 per cent. By comparison, growth averaged 9.5 per cent in the pre-crisis years of 2005-2007 and over 7 per cent in 2010 and 2011.”The Survey is the oldest and most comprehensive annual review of economic and social development in Asia and the Pacific, according to ESCAP.This year’s report was launched today by Shamshad Akhtar, the Executive Secretary of ESCAP, in Bangkok, Thailand, where the Commission is holding its 70th annual policy session. The session, focused on the theme “Regional connectivity for shared prosperity”, opened Monday and closes on Friday, 8 August.Among its other findings, the report notes the growing disparity in incomes and access to social opportunities is a dampener on economic dynamism in Asia-Pacific developing countries.The estimates indicate that the poorest 20 per cent of people in 40 Asia-Pacific countries account for less than 10 per cent of national income. The net wealth of about 49,000 ultra-wealthy individuals in the region – with at least $30 million in assets – is 17 times the combined gross domestic product (GDP) of Asia-Pacific least developed countries.Ms. Akhtar stressed the urgency for bridging gaps in infrastructure and development in the region and addressing environmental degradation in order to promote higher, well-balanced and sustainable growth. Another priority for ensuring the sustainability of growth is to better address climate change through improved climate finance.“The constrained domestic growth prospects of the region have underlined the importance of productive counter-cyclical public spending to support inclusive growth and sustainable development,” Executive Secretary Akhtar said in a press release on the report.She went on to say that developing economies in Asia and the Pacific are experiencing subdued growth for different reasons, including economic rebalancing and sustainability considerations in China, monetary tightening to fight capital flight and inflation in India and Indonesia, and the impact of geopolitical instability in the Russian Federation.China, India, Indonesia and the Russian Federation are projected to grow at 7.5, 5.5, 5.4 and 0.3 per cent, respectively, in 2014, compared to 7.7, 4.7, 5.8 and 1.3 per cent, respectively, in 2013.The group of 12 least developed countries in the region are forecast to grow at 5.6 per cent in 2014 – slower than the developing Asia-Pacific average.Asia-Pacific countries are also coping with the fallout from monetary and trade policies in the developed world, according to ESCAP. The withdrawal of quantitative easing by the United States has jolted regional financial markets.The 2014 survey estimates further financial market volatility, expected from the continued normalization of monetary policy in the US could cut annual growth by between 0.7 to 0.9 per cent in India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Russian Federation, Thailand and Turkey.Trade-restrictive measures in advanced economies outside the region may also have deprived Asia-Pacific developing countries of $255 billion in goods export opportunities between 2009 and 2013, translating into a cumulative decline of more than 1.6 per cent of regional economic output, the ESCAP analysis reveals.ESCAP proposes the establishment of an Asia-Pacific Tax Forum of experts and officials which it would coordinate, to monitor tax legislation and regulations across the region, help develop regional best-practice, and address issues ranging from avoiding tax competition for foreign investment, to double taxation, and preventing the illicit transfer of funds.“The 2014 Survey makes a valuable contribution to the development discourse underway in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond. It provides fresh data, new perspectives and policy guidance on issues which are critical to fostering more inclusive and sustainable development,” the ESCAP Executive Secretary said. read more


UK engine output falls in July but growth expectedUK engine output falls in July but growth expected


Engine manufacturing output year-to-date, 2012-2014 Click through to download the UK engine manufacturing news release for July 2014. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)  Engine manufacturing output rolling year total             Engine manufacturing output fell 10.2% compared to July 2013 to 205,907 units.Year-to-date production remains stable at 1,513,350 – a drop of 2.3%.Long-term outlook is bright for UK engine production as the EU market recovery continues, and with new facilities set to begin assembly over the coming months.


Pictured Man police are hunting on suspicion of attempted murder after womanPictured Man police are hunting on suspicion of attempted murder after woman


A cordon around the property where a baby and a woman were stabbed in west LondonCredit:Ben Cawthra/LNP Police at a property in Swinfield Close where a woman and a baby were stabbed Scotland Yard are hunting a 25-year-old man on suspicion of attempted murder after a woman and an 11-month-old boy were stabbed in London. The woman, 32, and the baby were found suffering stab injuries at a residential address in the London Borough of Hounslow on Monday evening.The Metropolitan Police said the boy remains in a critical condition, while the woman’s injuries are not life threatening, as they trace a man called Rehan Khan who was known to the victims.A reported 50 police officers and paramedics were called to Swinfield Close in Hanworth at around 7.12pm following a report concerning residents’ safety.At the scene they found the woman and infant suffering knife wounds and the pair were rushed hospital in west London by the Air Ambulance Service. Officers flooded the area and pictures showed police dog handlers at the scene.Anyone with information is asked to contact Hounslow Police on 101 or tweet @MetCC quoting CAD 6981/4June or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. A spokesman for Scotland Yard said Khan is known to frequent the Hounslow and Isleworth areas, and has links to Newham, Slough and Hammersmith and Fulham.”Enquiries continue to establish whether he had been staying at the address in Swinfield Close,” the spokesman added. “Police have launched an investigation after two people were stabbed in Feltham.”Officers were called to a residential address at Swinfield Close at 7.12hrs on Monday, June 4 to reports of concerns for the welfare of the occupants.”London Ambulance Service and London’s Air Ambulance attended.”At the scene a woman, aged in her 30s, and a one-year-old boy were found suffering stab injuries.”Both victims were taken to a west London hospital for treatment.”Local Tim Stollery tweeted: “As much as I like spotting the helicopters overhead, it can’t be a good thing seeing both the National Police Air Service and the London Air Ambulance in attendance over Hanworth, Feltham  and Oriel this evening.”Fingers crossed whoever might be on board makes a good recovery.” A cordon around the property where a baby and a woman were stabbed in west London A mother-of-three, 38, who wished not to be named said: “They just moved to the area recently – three or four months ago they moved to the Oriel Estate. They were my friends’ neighbours.”She added: “We didn’t sleep last night. It’s especially shocking for mothers.”I can say it concerns me that a mother can’t save herself because it is cruel, it’s your home and it’s totally cruel.”Neighbour Gary Fletcher, 63, retired, a father-of-three and grandfather said two boys aged around six and next door neighbours of the victims witnessed their injuries. Police at a property in Swinfield Close where a woman and a baby were stabbedCredit:Ben Cawthra/LNP He said: “They ran out screaming. One was pointing to his stomach so I presume he saw the stabbing.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. read more


Qatari El Jaish Sports Club promote new membersQatari El Jaish Sports Club promote new members


← Previous Story SG Flensburg win thriller against PPD Zagreb Next Story → Naumče Mojsovski to CSM Bucuresti? The best Asian handball team, Qatari Eljaish Sports club, presented recruitments for the upcoming season in which the goals stay the same – to win all the possible titles. Ambitious Qatari team promoted Spanish coach Toni Gerona, well known former teacher of FC Barcelona B, while also three important names will reinforced the roster, Serbian goalkeeper Darko Stanic, Ex-Montpellier handball and Tunisian NT line-player Issam Tej and Spanish left back Juan Del Arco. The new Jaish members expressed their joy of being at the service of the best Asian team and the extraordinary levels of organization within the club.They will try to recoup absence of six players who joined Qatari national team. Qatar led by Valero Rivera would try to qualify for the Olympic Games in Rio via Qualification tournament which starts in Doha on November 14.The president of El Jaish Sports Club, Mr. Khalid Saif Al Kuwari expressed his happiness with the new signings, recent work of coach Gerona and stated that his goals are always the sam “to win all possible titles”.EL JAISH SPORTS CLUB is the only non-European team who had players in MIZUNO WORLD HANDBALL PLAYER 2015 Contest! Rafael Capote and Žarko Marković are the members of “Army” team. Darko StanicDohael jaish sports clubMr. Khalid Saif Al KuwariQatar handball read more


He may be a noshow but Bob Dylan has written something specialHe may be a noshow but Bob Dylan has written something special


first_imgAcademy member Swedish writer Per Wastberg accused Dylan of being “impolite and arrogant”, and said it was “unprecedented” that the academy did not know if Dylan intended to pick up his award.But the first songwriter to win the prestigious award in literature is expected to come to Stockholm early next year.Nobel laureates are honoured every year on 10 December — the anniversary of the death of prize’s founder Alfred Nobel, a Swedish industrialist, inventor and philanthropist.The value of the prestigious award this year amounts to 8 million kronor (€815,000)© – AFP 2016Read: Sorry, I’m busy: Dylan tells Nobel panel he won’t be free to pick up award >Read: Bob Dylan finally breaks silence on Nobel Prize award > 36 Comments 14,734 Views Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Bob Dylan accepting the MusiCares Person of the Year award in 2015. Image: Vince Bucci/PA Images Bob Dylan accepting the MusiCares Person of the Year award in 2015. Share40 Tweet Email Several other prize winners have skipped the Nobel ceremony in the past for various reasons — Doris Lessing, who was too old; Harold Pinter, because he was hospitalised, and Elfriede Jelinek, who has social phobia.Dylan did not say a word about his prize on the day it was announced, 13 October, when he was performing in Las Vegas.The Swedish Academy said it respected Dylan’s decision, but that it was “unusual” for a Nobel laureate not to come to Stockholm to accept the award in person.Asked on 28 October by Britain’s Daily Telegraph newspaper if he would attend the Nobel prize winners’ banquet, Dylan said: MUSIC ICON BOB Dylan won’t be at the Nobel prize ceremony this week to accept his award, but he has sent along a speech to be read aloud, the Nobel foundation has confirmed.The 75-year-old, whose lyrics have influenced generations of fans, has had a subdued response to the honour, remaining silent for weeks following the news in October he had won the prize for literature.“This year’s Laureate in Literature, Bob Dylan, will not be participating in the Nobel Week but he has provided a speech which will be read at the banquet,” the foundation said in a statement.Sending along the speech does not exempt the American songwriter from holding a lecture at a place and a type of his choosing, the only requirement by the Nobel foundation.Rock legend Patti Smith will perform a version of Dylan’s A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall at the ceremony on Saturday in Stockholm, which is the same day as the banquet.Dylan said in a letter on 16 November that he would not attend the ceremony because he had “pre-existing commitments”, in an announcement that did not come as a surprise to observers. Monday 5 Dec 2016, 8:07 PM Image: Vince Bucci/PA Images https://jrnl.ie/3121808 Absolutely. If it’s at all possible. Source: The Nobel Prize/Twitter He may be a no-show, but Bob Dylan has written something special for the Nobel banquet Patti Smith will also perform a version of Dylan’s A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall. Short URL Bob Dylan (#NobelPrize in Literature 2016) has provided a speech which will be read at the Nobel banquet in Stockholm December 10.— The Nobel Prize (@NobelPrize) December 5, 2016 Source: The Nobel Prize/Twitter By Rónán Duffy Press has gatherered at the @NobelMuseum in Stockholm. Tomorrow the Nobel Week starts. Join in here on Twitter! pic.twitter.com/0jPemnWP2Y— The Nobel Prize (@NobelPrize) December 5, 2016 Dec 5th 2016, 8:07 PM last_img read more


Star Warsthemed kids activities inspire Rogue One interestStar Warsthemed kids activities inspire Rogue One interest


first_imgTwelve-year-old Anthony Green dashed around a play area at the Vancouver Community Library, maneuvering a foam lightsaber through the air and demonstrating his sound-effect skills:Tzoo, tzoo. … Ksh, ksh.He and other “Star Wars” fans were in a Jedi training of sorts. It was one of several events at the library during the weekend to celebrate the film series and get ready for “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” which hits theaters later this week.The room was filled Sunday with several games inspired by the movies and designed to improve participants’ Force abilities, library assistant Rachel Ernst said. There was Death Star skee ball, stormtrooper bowling, a chance to paint a Death Star with watercolor, and the lightsaber activity, in which children tried to keep a balloon in the air by hitting it with a foam version of the Jedi weapon.“We’re just preparing everyone for the ‘Rogue One’ excitement,” Ernst said. Library visitors also could enter a drawing to receive a pack of four tickets to the movie.Anthony, amid moments of reciting “Star Wars” trivia, said he’s a big fan of the film series. Because the story takes place a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, who knows, maybe it actually happened, the boy said.last_img read more


Taylor graduates find unity in their division through controversial Pence speechTaylor graduates find unity in their division through controversial Pence speech


first_img Photos of the Week August 30, 2019 Share This! TagsAmerican evangelicals commencement speech faith and politics homepage featured Mike Pence Taylor University vice president,You may also like Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email,UPLAND, Ind. (RNS) — When Vice President Mike Pence took his place on stage at Taylor University’s commencement ceremony over the weekend, standing next to university President Lowell Haines, the divisions Pence’s appearance had caused among the student body were immediately evident. Thousands in the audience, including a group of students wearing shirts that read “I Like Mike,” rose in a standing ovation for Pence and Haines, who had invited the vice president.Dozens of other students and faculty at the Christian liberal arts school — one observer counted as many as 60 — had already walked out of the university’s Kesler Center by previous agreement during the singing of a hymn preceding the vice president’s speech. Among those who stayed, many expressed their dissent by staying seated in silence.But for a number of Taylor graduates, the protest was as much about unity as it was political division. While some said they walked out over Pence’s views on LGBTQ issues or the Trump administration’s immigration policies, others said they had walked out in support of their friends, whether or not they shared the objections to Pence’s presence.RELATED: ‘Who’s doing Christianity right?’ At Taylor University, Pence invitation highlights evangelical divide“For me, I wanted to walk out because even though there might be people in there that I might not fully agree with, they still deserve to be unconditionally loved because Christ unconditionally loves us,” said senior Kristen van Gilse.Senior Abigail Crosley, too, appeared to be caught between her classmates’ conflicting feelings.“I can’t become complicit in disrespecting people that I love,” Crosley said. “I have dear, dear friends who do support and condone Vice President Pence and that doesn’t mean that they aren’t loving the Taylor community well … but for me, just based on my understanding of the Taylor community and the way I’ve come to understand my responsibility and role in that, I knew that I couldn’t stay and claim to love my neighbor well.”Even the protest had been worked out in calm discussions with Taylor’s provost, Michael Hammond, and Skip Trudeau, vice president for student development. In a meeting with a group of students, it was decided that attendees would be allowed to walk out during the hymn “Be Thou My Vision,” before the speech.If anything, Taylor’s 2,000-strong student body appeared to be united by discussions over their differences, even as they disagreed whether Pence represents Taylor’s Christian values.Taylor University campus on April 16, 2019, in Upland, Ind. RNS photo by Emily McFarlan MillerThe April 11 announcement that Pence, a former governor of Indiana and an outspoken evangelical Christian, had been chosen as this year’s graduation speaker produced strong reactions, not least on Twitter and other social media. But on campus, students met in chapel, forums and small groups to talk about their responses. While some of those conversations were tense, seniors said they found them constructive and helpful in understanding each person’s perspective.“I appreciate whenever there’s an expression of discord because it proves that we’re not all the same and that we all don’t believe the same thing,” senior Abigail Roberts said. “It gives the opportunity for people to share who they are and what they stand for.”In his speech, Pence praised the accomplishments of the graduating seniors and recalled his own college days at Hanover College, a Presbyterian school in southern Indiana, when a senior friend told him he had to wear the cross on his heart before he could wear it around his neck.“I appreciated his testimony,” senior Jon Meharg said. “I (also) appreciated the incorporation of honoring specific Taylor students.”But Meharg also said he was disappointed Pence chose to speak on political matters. Pence told students they were graduating at the perfect time because of the strong economy. He mentioned the administration’s stance on abortion and Christian faith.As he did at Liberty University the previous weekend, Pence told Taylor’s graduates that they will face opposition to their faith.“You know, throughout most of American history, it’s been pretty easy to call yourself a Christian — but things are different now,” he said. “Lately, it’s become acceptable, even fashionable, to malign traditional Christian beliefs.”Pence also brought best wishes from the president.“Speaking of friends of mine, allow me to bring greetings from a friend I talked to on my way over to Taylor,” Pence said. “So, allow me to extend the congratulations to the graduating class of 2019 from the 45th president of the United States of America, President Donald Trump.”Meanwhile, the group that exited the Kesler Center walked around the building to the school’s gymnasium, the Odle Arena, to pray for Taylor as Pence’s voice played loudly from the gym speakers.“Then we all gathered in a big circle and started praying (and) yelling over his speech,” van Gilse said, until the public address system was turned off.As the graduation exercises concluded, the group walked back in and the audience and graduates alike sang the “Doxology.”“Being able to stand with the senior class and sing the Doxology was definitely a much-needed reminder of the unity that our class has in Christ,” Crosley said. “And the way that we can focus on him despite our differing politics.”Some graduating students said they want the Taylor administration to be more transparent when deciding on a graduation speaker in the future, but there was a widespread sentiment that the Pence selection had benefited the Taylor community overall.“I would say I move forward with great hope for Taylor,” van Gilse said. “In a way, I think this Pence situation has been helpful to Taylor in that it caused us to rethink how decisions are made.”Senior Madeleine Burkholder said: “We heard President Haines in chapel talk about how normally it’s just the president that makes this decision and in the future, he’s hoping to get more of a panel to make the decision. Which I think could be a really good idea.”The takeaways were not all positive. “As I was walking out, I was belting the verse ‘Riches I heed not, nor man’s empty praise, thou mine inheritance, now and always, thou and thou only first in my heart, high king of heaven, my treasure thou art,’” Crosley said.“As I was saying these words, a lot of the people … too many of the people … weren’t singing because they were too busy whispering to each other and glaring at us.” Share This! By: Clay Sidenbender Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email Clay Sidenbender Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email By: Clay Sidenbender By: Clay Sidenbender Clay Sidenbender,Load Comments,In central Africa, Islamist militias complicate church efforts to battle Ebola Share This! 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Lost in timeLost in time


first_imgMaihar in Madhya Pradesh is not your regular tourist destination. The musically inclined would know the place for Baba Allauddin Khan, the classical music maestro who founded the Maihar Gharana, while the religious congregate there for the Maa Sharda Shaktipeeth that sits atop the Trikoota hill. For the last two years, however, this sleepy, little town has been abuzz with frenetic artistic activity and has transformed itself into a unique canvas. Since early 2016, a path-breaking collaboration has been taking place between the indigenous communities of Madhya Pradesh and fourteen Indian and international artists. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe epicentre of all this activity has been at Art Ichol, founded by Kolkata gallerist and art collector Ambica Beri two years ago as an artists’ retreat which has now swiftly grown into a multi-disciplinary arts centre comprising an art gallery, artist studios and an open-air sculpture park. This partnership between artists and local communities is now culminating into an experiential, collective and interactive exhibition-cum-haat in New Delhi, curated by Nobina Gupta, under the evocative title of ‘Disappearing Dialogues’ at Bikaner House, India Gate, New Delhi till November 29. The project has been supported by MP Tourism and Arts Ananda Trust. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveFeaturing a diverse range of paintings, videos, wood and iron products, textiles and garments to films, book art, photography, furnishings – all created in collaboration with village folk of Ichol in Maihar and its surrounding areas – the event hopes to bring the focus back on the lost traditions and cultural practices of the area. “My vision for Art Ichol is not merely to provide inspiring and world class-facilities for artists to work in, but also bring art out of the limiting white-cube structure of a gallery space,” says Ambica Beri, founder, Art Ichol. ” Working with the community, enhancing their skills and being able to support them in finding alternate means of livelihood has always been an important vertical of Art Ichol and through the research-based ‘Disappearing Dialogues’ project, we have been able to reach out to many collaborators, government, artists, local communities and other important stakeholders,” she added. Nobina Gupta, initiator and curator of Disappearing Dialogues says, “MP is a place of vast enrichment and of abundant resources, of lost histories, cultures, musical legacies and traditions that are hidden deep in the area. The heritage and culture of indigenous communities should be valued and preserved before it disappears. Traditional practices of organic farming, brick making, and forest rejuvenation are excellent examples of alternate techniques for modern man to learn about sustainable living. For this reason, Ambica and I collaborated to invite national and international artists, practicing in different fields to come together for an interdisciplinary research and collaborative residency focusing on environment, culture, heritage and the indigenous community at Art Ichol in Maihar. The artists used their creative and research abilities to study disappearing practices and develop thought-provoking artwork and material in response to their findings.”The participating practitioners are Clare Elizabeth Kennedy (Architect, Australia), Ulrike Reinhard (Community Service and Traveller, Germany & Madhya Pradesh), Sandeep Dhopate (Photographer, Maharashtra), Trish Bygott & Nathan Crotty (Textile Designers, Australia), Lenny Rubenovitch (Wood and Furniture Artist, Canada), Pipson Sebastian Mampilli (Entrepreneur on Sustainable Living, Karnataka), Shilo Engelbrecht (Fashion and Textile Designer, Australia), Nobina Gupta (Visual and Installation artist, West Bengal) and many more.The project was undertaken at areas of Ichol, Maihar and its periphery, Satna, Rewa, Panna, Madhai, Umaria, Ucchera, Janwaar, Bharhut, Sukhana, Khajuraho and Govindgarh.Nobina Gupta, also a visual artist, through a series of archival boxes titled Dharohar, locates her work in the vernacular language of Bagheli which is gradually losing its relevance through generations. “It is interesting how from the Bagheli folk songs and poetries emerges an excellent vision of the land, its history, mythology, bio-diversity, dynamics of socio-cultural practices, reflecting a vivid picture that craves for authentic documentation. I also conducted a series of art connect workshops on paper kandas and designs on handmade local khaprels to inspire the children,” she said.last_img read more


Deshaun Watson has 1st overall pick wow factor Baker lacksDeshaun Watson has 1st overall pick wow factor Baker lacks


first_imgAlso:– Aaron Rodgers entering the most important regular season stretch of his career– Colin’s NFL Week 6 Blazin’ 5– World Series Game 3 prediction– Paul George made the wrong choice Guests:Chris Broussard – FS1 NBA Analyst, EJ Manuel – Former Raiders QB, Dave Wannstedt – Fox Sports Football Analyst, Nick Swisher – Fox sports MLB Analyst and World Series champ, and Jason McIntyre – FS1 Analyst and founder of The Big Lead. Deshaun Watson has 1st overall pick “wow” factor Baker lacksDeshaun Watson tossed 5 TD passes in the Texans Thursday Night football steamrolling of the Dolphins, and Colin thinks Watson looks like a sure fire superstar if he can stay healthy. Even though Watson wasn’t picked 1st overall, he has everything Colin looks for in a #1 overall because he has an freak athlete, with an elite arm, mobility and has shown the ability to win games with limited weapons – aside from DeAndre Hopkins – and a bad o-line.Colin criticized the Browns selection of Baker Mayfield with the first overall pick because he’s limited physically and needs to be surrounded with help to win right now. He doesn’t think there should be any boxes left unchecked for the first pick. Watson has the “wow” factor and checks all the boxes Baker doesn’t.last_img read more


Burundi opposition to boycott elections claiming unfairBurundi opposition to boycott elections claiming unfair


first_imgAn opposition demonstrator beats a drum as they sing songs against a third term for President Nkurunziza, in the Musaga neighborhood of the capital Bujumbura, in Burundi Thursday, June 11, 2015. A group of 17 political parties have agreed to boycott elections in Burundi because they don’t believe they will be free and fair, an opposition leader said Thursday. (AP Photo/Gildas Ngingo) Burundi has been rocked by unrest since President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his plans to run for a third term, which many see as unconstitutional even though the nation’s constitutional court has ruled in the president’s favor.Security forces have used a combination of live ammunition, tear gas and water cannon to break up months of protests in the nation’s capital, Bujumbura. At least 20 civilians have been killed and hundreds more wounded in the clashes.Amid the chaos, which has forced about 90,000 people to flee to neighboring countries, the government is pressing ahead with elections, saying any lengthy delay would lead to a dangerous power vacuum and possibly more violence.Presidential elections are now scheduled for July 15 and parliamentary polls will take place on June 29.United Nations-backed talks between the government and the opposition appear to have stalled after opposition leaders and civic groups rejected U.N. diplomat Said Djinnit of Algeria, who had been facilitating the discussions aimed at creating an environment for credible elections.In a statement Thursday, Djinnit, who remains the U.N. chief’s special envoy for Africa’s Great Lakes region, urged the parties to continue their dialogue and to avoid violence. Arizona families, Arizona farms: A legacy of tradition embracing animal care and comfort through modern technology How Arizona is preparing the leader of the next generation Arizona families, Arizona farms: working to produce high-quality milk The spokesman for the U.N. secretary-general, Stephane Dujarric, confirmed Thursday that Djinnit has quit his role as mediator but said no one has yet been chosen to succeed him.Nkurunziza came to power in 2005 and won a second term in 2010. That election was also marred by violence, and he won re-election after running unopposed following an opposition boycott.He maintains he is eligible for a third term because parliament elected him for the first term.___AP reporter Carra Anna contributed to this report from the United Nations.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facilitycenter_img Comments   Share   New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall BUJUMBURA, Burundi (AP) — A group of 17 political parties have agreed to boycott elections in Burundi because they don’t believe they will be free and fair, an opposition leader said Thursday.The opposition groups are also opposed to the current electoral commission because it isn’t complete after two of its five members fled, said Frederic Bamvuginyumvira, deputy head of a party known by its initials as FRODEBU. Sponsored Stories Top Stories last_img read more


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first_imgA Delta pilot was arrested over the weekend after he was found carrying a concealed weapon while going through security at the Atlanta airport.32-year-old Matthew Lamar McDaniel was going through security at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport on Saturday when airport officials found a loaded gun in his carry-on bag.McDaniel, who has been a Delta pilot for 13 years, said he had put the gun in his bag after cleaning out his girlfriend’s car and had forgotten about it.Authorities said McDaniel was not on duty at the time of his arrest.A Delta spokeswoman Susan Chana Elliott told local media that people were frequently caught with loaded firearms during security checks.”This happens to lots of people,” she told UPI, “They forget to take their guns out of their cases.”McDaniel was freed on $5,700 bail. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: J.L <a href=”http://www.etbtravelnews.global/click/2829b/” target=”_blank”><img src=”http://adsvr.travelads.biz/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=10&amp;cb=INSERT_RANDOM_NUMBER_HERE&amp;n=a5c63036″ border=”0″ alt=””></a>last_img read more


How the global travel industry can help Australia and Queensland – anHow the global travel industry can help Australia and Queensland – an


first_imgI live in Noosa in SE Queensland and yes, we have had a lot of rain with some localised flooding and yes, there are areas in Queensland that have had a really terrible time with massive flooding, but some media reports have tended to be rather generalist and sensationalist and I do wish that they would take the time to get their facts right.The reality on the ground is that there are massive areas of Australia and Queensland that are totally unaffected by the recent flooding, including the Sunshine Coast, the Gold Coast, Tropical North Queensland and many other areas that depend on tourism for their livelihood.The vast majority of roads and airports in Queensland did not close; Brisbane, Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast airports remained open at all times.Roads in the massive state of Queensland are open with exception of some areas in Brisbane, Toowoomba, Rockhampton, some western areas and other badly affected areas. Tourism Noosa chief executive Steve Cooper told me yesterday that heavy rain which caused some minor localised flooding near the Noosa River had no other impact on tourism whatsoever.    “The rain is now gone, we have beautiful blue skies, it is 30 degrees, perfect Noosa weather”, Mr Cooper said. “Business is great, but we encourage more Australians and international visitors to  come and visit Noosa and have a great Noosa holiday.”With some doom and gloom merchants saying Queensland tourism is likely to incur a loss of about $100 million, others like Mr Cooper are saying, in the true Aussie spirit, let’s roll our sleeves up and make sure that visitors continue coming to Queensland.Daniel Gschwind, CEO of Queensland Tourism Industry Council said,  “There are many cancellations taking place, where it is not necessary to cancel trips”.Tourism Australia has also spoken out to reassure overseas travellers that major tourism areas in and outside of Queensland have not been affected by the floods, reminding the global trade that the Australian continent is huge – actually around the size of the USA, and whilst the floods are widespread in affected areas, the reality is that they are restricted to a relatively small part of the country. Tourism Australia are advising travellers to contact their travel agent, tour operator or accommodation providers before cancelling or changing their plans, so it is in our hands to show that it is business as usual in massive parts of Australia, including Queensland; travellers should still travel.The majority of international travel destinations in Australia, including Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef, Sydney, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Melbourne and Uluru are all completely unaffected.So e-Travel Blackboard readers, now is the time to punch out the message to all your friends, colleagues, clients, business contacts, in Australia and globally that it is business as usual in Queensland and Australia!Emails make it so easy to communicate today, so how about spending an hour emailing all your contacts in Australia and around the world with an Aussie and Queensland business as usual message?  I have done just that to my massive contacts database all over the world and have had a fantastic response.Go for it Australia!Our hearts go out to the people affected by the recent flooding. If you want to donate money or even raise money along with your colleagues, friends and clients then you can do so through: http://www.qld.gov.au/floods/donate.html Industry Insider Commentary and Opinion by John Alwyn-Jones, e-Travel Blackboard Special Correspondent Source = e-Travel Blackboard: J.A.Jlast_img read more


Climate risk to be focus of upcoming Sustainable Tourism ConferenceClimate risk to be focus of upcoming Sustainable Tourism Conference


first_imgThe Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO), in partnership with the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Tourism Authority (SVGTA), will be providing a platform for the region to address some of the most pressing issues facing Caribbean Tourism at the regions premier conference on sustainable tourism development in August.In what will be the first international tourism conference hosted in St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG), the 2019 Caribbean Conference on Sustainable Tourism Development, otherwise known as the Sustainable Tourism Conference (#STC2019) is slated for August 27-29 at the Beachcombers Hotel in St. Vincent.Under the theme ‘Keeping the Right Balance: Tourism Development in an Era of Diversification’, industry experts will address the urgent need for a transformational, disruptive and regenerative tourism product to meet the ever-rising challenges.“Caribbean economies are facing tremendous pressure to respond to changes that are impacting the business of tourism and innovations are required to address urgent matters such as climate risk, waste reduction, community involvement and the so-called internet of things,” said Amanda Charles, the CTO’s Sustainable Tourism Development Specialist. “STC 2019 will be pivotal in bringing to the fore such issues that impact on the future sustainability and growth of Caribbean tourism.”St. Vincent and the Grenadines will host STC amidst an intensified national thrust towards a greener, more climate resilient country, including the construction of a geothermal plant on St. Vincent to complement the country’s hydro and solar energy capacity and the restoration of the Ashton Lagoon in Union Island.CEO of the SVGTA, Glen Beache notes the importance of hosting the conference at a time when the United Nations is painting a grim picture of the earth’s natural life support systems, including its ocean life and natural ecosystems.“The need for Caribbean destinations to find development models that lean heavily towards destination sustainability is essential and so we must pay careful attention to the way we plan, manage and market our destinations’ tourism development,” Beache said. “St. Vincent and the Grenadines is pleased to be hosting STC 2019, at a time when we are seeking to maintain the balance and maintain SVG’s reputation as an unspoilt destination.”A primary concern and priority for the Caribbean is enforcing greater preparedness and resilience to climate change. Of equal importance are the changes in consumer consciousness which require the region’s tourism sector to be more astute as it relates to tourism planning and the management of resources.Regional benchmarks and best practices in community-based tourism, financial technologies for medium, small and micro enterprises, business innovation and destination competitiveness will be in focus during the two days of discussion. Participants will also experience a full day of study tours to immerse themselves in local communities.Speakers will address ways the region can respond to challenges and opportunities presented by increasing competition, shifts in consumer demands and purchasing preferences driven by social media and networking platforms, the sharing economy, and financial technologies.The experts will explore how this can be done in a way that enhances local livelihoods through the creation of new, varied, and innovative tourism experiences using the natural and man-made assets of Caribbean society.last_img read more


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first_imgDecember 22, 2002November workshopper Rumiko Kitajima volunteered as one of the cooks in the Cafe kitchen during her workshop. One of the results was a beautiful ‘Sushi’ lunch on her last day. >>left>> Part of the menu were delicious spicy tuna rolls. >>right>> Cafe manager Jim Powell and Rumiko Kitajima. [Photos & text: sa] >>left>> The Cafe turned into a ‘sushi’ assembly line. The menu included Nigiri Zushi with sliced raw tuna, Maki Zushi with shrimp, California style, spicy tuna and Miso Soup. >>right>> Welding and construction intern Melinda Barnadas is helping with the production.[Photos & text: sa]last_img


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