Bill Clinton gets to know UK Fundraising (3 October 2006)Clinton welcomes Apple’s Tsunami appeal online (5 January 2005) Tagged with: Giving/Philanthropy Recruitment / people Research / statistics 185 total views, 3 views today Advertisement Former US President Bill Clinton will today announce a £6 million donation to the NSPCC, the largest ever gift to the charity, by Mark and Debbie Langford of the Manchester-based Amulet Group.Mr Clinton will be joined by HRH The Duke of York and 850 guests when he gives a special address on children’s issues at the Amulet Winter Ball in aid of the NSPCC at Knowsley Hall, Merseyside, the home of Lord and Lady Derby.He will reveal Mark and Debbie Langford are making the £6 million gift, believed to be the largest ever amount given in this country for a social cause, to help set up a new NSPCC ‘Listening Centre’ project in Manchester.Mark and Debbie Langford co-founded Amulet the financial services group and are on the NSPCC’s National Appeal Board. Mark Langford explained the reason for their donation: “Like many others, Debbie and I are both committed to helping the NSPCC eradicate cruelty to children. Abuse of children in the 21st century is totally unacceptable.“We have been amazed by the support we have received so far from the staff of the Amulet Group, its business partners and others. No-one can put a price on the quality of a child’s life. The centre, when built, will provide invaluable support for any child in need.” Howard Lake | 7 December 2002 | News 186 total views, 4 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 Photo: President Bill Clinton by NIH History Office on Flickr.com AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 Former President Clinton announces largest ever gift to NSPCC 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.
Tagged with: Awards Charities Aid Foundation Volunteering 45 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 18 July 2011 | News Five News and the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) are seeking nominations for Britain’s Kindest Kid 2011, a competition to find and recognise “the extraordinary achievements of kids aged 5-16 who have shown real kindness to others, or given up their time for a good cause”.For the fourth year, five finalists will have their stories told on Five News in late October and the winner, voted for by the public, will be announced in November. The winner will receive £1000 pocket money and £1000 to donate to the charity of their choice.Charities and community groups are invited to nominate their most successful or remarkable child supporters.Last year’s winner was Dylan Ward from Washington, Tyne and Wear. He raised money for Macmillan Cancer Support, who cared for his grandfather before he died, by selling pictures he had painted.Emma Crosby, Five News presenter said: “We want to see inspirational kids enter who make the world a better place for others whether that’s helping their family, their community or through work with a charity.”The closing date for entries is 5 September 2011.www.cafonline.org/britainskindestkid 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 TV competition launches to find Britain’s Kindest Kid 2011
Megan Guter is a senior journalism major and FTDM minor from New Orleans, Louisiana. Megan is an aspiring fashion icon and pop culture enthusiast. She loves reality television, boybands, and New Orleans to an extreme level. She is also a co-host at TCU’s one and only celebrity entertainment podcast, Celebrity Dish. Geaux Frogs! Previous articleSorority raises money for Ronald McDonald HouseNext articleCommentary: Life unplugged, A five day digital detox Megan Guter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook TCU’s Honor Code would address claims made in the mission statement and academic misconduct policy.Photo credit: Rachel Tiede ReddIt printTCU focuses on the consequences of violating academic misconduct, but the Faculty Senate wants students to live by a moral code that goes beyond the classroom.For the past seven years, Faculty Senate and the Student Government Association have been discussing a draft Honor Code. Honor Codes, which are in place at institutions such as Trinity College in San Antonio, Rice University and Baylor, are meant to hold students to an ethical standard of behavior in and out of the classroom.According to the draft the Honor Code its mission is to “decrease academic misconduct and create a culture that regards academic misconduct as unacceptable,” and to “fulfill the TCU mission statement on ethical leadership.”The Faculty Senate has been working with SGA this semester to make improvements to the original document created in 2010. Since then, there have been massive changes in society and technology, such as social media, that are not addressed in the current draft.“At this point, the 2010 document, which was approved by SGA and the Faculty Senate but never adopted, is a template,” said Faculty Senate Chair Jesus Castro-Balbi. “We will keep an open mind to see what the students and dean envision so that we can collaborate towards a model that works.”Is an honor code needed?Discussion around an honor code has been heated with opposition predating the latest draft. In a 2008 article published in the Daily Skiff, students were not interested in the idea of adopting an honor code.At the time, students said cheating was not a problem on campus. One student said an honor code was nice in theory, but moral responsibilities fall on individual students, not the student government.But the Faculty Senate has persisted.“We have, across campus, a very strong desire to develop a code that will enable us to have conditions that promote honorable conduct in all aspects of our academic endeavors,” said Dr. Jesus Castro-Balbi, chair of the Faculty Senate.SGA president, John Paul-Watson wrote in an email that an honor code should help perpetuate a culture of student accountability and, in turn, raise TCU’s academic profile.An honor code along with a consistent and centralized process that deals with academic misconduct, ensures equal treatment for students who violate the Honor Code and protects those who do not, Watson wrote in an email.Castro-Balbi said In addition to addressing honesty in the classroom the proposed code calls upon TCU students, “to fulfill the TCU mission statement on ethical leadership.”He said the goal is to foster ethical conduct. “It really goes beyond not cheating in class,” he said.Penalties for code violations would mirror those from the academic misconduct policy.Personal responsibility But like those in 2008, some students are still skeptical of the need and purpose of a code.“I don’t think it’s [cheating] that big of a deal, at least in the engineering department,” said DJ Dimas, a junior engineering major. “For homework, they encourage us to work together. For test and other self-assessments I don’t see any cheating at all.”First-year student Libby Glenn also questioned whether cheating was occurring enough to warrant a code.“I haven’t personally witnessed any cheating,” said Glenn. “And I don’t really hear about people cheating much.”Others are accepting of an academic honor code.“I thought we already had one [an honor code],” said sophomore, Hannah Shipley. “So, I’m good with it.”Junior Secondary Physical Science Education major, Colton Clanton, added: “We’re a school built on strong moral values and that’s exactly what we need.”But they don’t agree with The Faculty Senate’s plan because students could face censure for outside activity like social media posts that don’t align with the values of the university.“I think that’s giving TCU way too much power,” said Shipley.Glenn argued that students should be free to post what they want on social media. “No one should control what someone posts on social media, it’s their right.”Sophomore Bailey Ogalla agreed. “Inside the classroom, yes. Outside of the classroom, no. That’s my business, unless it is violating the safety of others.”For now, Castro-Balbi said there is no end date in sight for the implementation of an honor code. The discussion between students, SGA and faculty senate is on-going. 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A research project to find out how the Limerick-Shannon Gateway can be developed as a sustainable hub for freight transport has been launched by the Mid-West Regional Authority (MWRA).The project, which runs until December 2014, aims to improve freight logistics in North West Europe, as well as reducing the emphasis on road haulage to more sustainable modes of rail, short-sea shipping and river transportation.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Twitter Dublin-based consultants Downey Hynes Partnership (DHP) have been appointed to assist in the implementation of the ‘West and East Freight Flows – Weastflows’ project and over the next eight weeks, they will survey project partners in Scotland, England, Netherlands, Germany and France to determine how other European regions have successfully developed sustainable freight transport systems. The MWRA believes the Mid West’s location on the western periphery of Europe could result in the Region becoming a strategic freight logistics hub with direct connections to some of the world’s global logistics hubs.“The MWRA is participating in this project in order to learn best practice in the integration of spatial planning and transport planning, specifically for freight transport as a crucial part of the Mid-West’s exporting supply chains,” commented Cllr. Gerard Darcy, Cathaoirleach of the MWRA.Cllr. Darcy continued: “We are focussed on how the Limerick-Shannon Gateway can be developed as a Sustainable Gateway for freight transport, in terms of both infrastructure and the optimal use of that infrastructure. The project brings together experts from all sectors of the freight industry to work towards connecting and improving sustainable supply chains for the movement of freight. The MWRA is promoting the Limerick-Shannon Gateway, which as the most western Gateway in the project has a key location for freight movements.”MWRA Director Liam Conneally said that the Mid-West Region is strategically located and an important logistics hub in Ireland with the Shannon Estuary and Shannon International Airport.“The Limerick-Shannon Gateway is at the heart of the region and is an important contributor to the economic development of the region. Through our participation in the Weastflows project, the MWRA will work with the Irish Exporters Association and other partners to establish the Limerick-Shannon Gateway as a Sustainable Gateway and improve links with the Seine Gateway, the Liverpool-Manchester Gateway and the London-Thames Gateway, among others. It is anticipated that the results of the project will feed into the regional planning processes.“The Mid West Region is becoming increasingly important in Ireland’s drive out of economic recession through export growth. Firms in sectors such as pharmaceuticals, healthcare products and agribusiness all have enormous potential to grow their activities in the region. A crucial factor in this endeavour is the development of world-class Freight Transport and Logistics services supporting these firms across the whole spectrum of Road, Rail, Sea and Air transport. The developing co-operation with the Weastflows partners enables us to bring other experience to Irish issues while also addressing problems in Europe that make the Irish Export Supply Chain sub-optimal,” Mr. Conneally said.Howard Knott, Transport and Logistics Director at the Irish Exporters Association (IEA), and the Association’s representative on the Weastflows Steering Group, commented: “The Mid and South West Regions are becoming increasingly important in Ireland’s drive out of economic recession through export growth. Firms in sectors such as pharmaceuticals, healthcare products and agribusiness all have enormous potential to grow their activities in the region. A crucial factor in this endeavour is the development of world-class Freight Transport and Logistics services supporting these firms across the whole spectrum of Road, Rail, Sea and Air transport.”“The developing co-operation with the Weastflows partners enables us to bring other experience to Irish issues while also addressing problems in Europe that make the Irish Export Supply Chain sub-optimal,” stated Mr. Knott. NewsLocal NewsEuropean project to assess Limerick-Shannon freight hubBy admin – February 12, 2013 601 Print Advertisement WhatsApp Linkedin Email Facebook Previous articleLimerick plans for links with GazaNext articleSuper Blues beaten in Cobh friendly admin
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RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp WhatsApp Discussions on reopening class for children with additional education needs will continue this week – however a full return of schools is not expected until around St Patrick’s Day.The Taoiseach said over the weekend the Government is planning for a phased re-opening due to the high rates of Covid-19 transmission in the community.A decision on the holding of this year’s tradition State Exams is due to be made this week.Labour’s Education spokesperson Aodhan O’Riordain says Leaving Cert students in particular, need to be given clarity:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/oriordan8am.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Twitter Google+ Facebook Google+ Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Facebook Previous article102 Covid-19 patients being treated at LUHNext articleParking issues in popular residential area prompt calls for action News Highland Pinterest By News Highland – January 25, 2021 Twitter DL Debate – 24/05/21 Full return of schools not expected until around St Patrick’s Day Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows AudioHomepage BannerNews Pinterest Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme
Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article Japanese unemployment levels reach a record high Japan’s unemployment rate spiralled to a record high of 5.3 per cent inSeptember, according to government figures. Over 3.57 million people are out of work in Japan, and the labour ministercalled it “an emergency”. Chikara Sakaguchi blamed the effects of 11 September and the country’s madcow disease outbreak. Cabinet ministers vowed to step up employment measures,including a fiscal 2001 supplementary budget to protect the economy againstworsening conditions. Economists are predicting tough times ahead with Japanese banks trying todispose of large amounts of bad loans. It could spark further corporatebankruptcies and restructuring and take a toll on employment figures. Full-time workers were particularly affected by job losses in September,with male unemployment rising 0.3 percentage points to 5.4 per cent, while therate for women climbed 0.4 percentage points to 5.2 per cent – both recordfigures. www.japantimes.co.jp France jobless count still rising The number of people out of work in France rose in September for the fifthsuccessive month, pushing the total to 9.1 per cent of the workforce. The rise is in line with economists’ projections and highlights thechallenge faced by the government in tackling unemployment ahead of 2002’sparliamentary and presidential elections. Jobs are a sensitive political issue in France and the Government’s mainelectoral platform in 1997 was a promise to cut unemployment sharply. UntilMay, there had been a steady decline over four years. Economists claimed the increase was due to job cuts and a drop in therecruitment of under 25-year-olds. www.ft.com Comments are closed. newsOn 1 May 2002 in Personnel Today
Related posts:No related photos. Withthe number of mergers and acquisitions at their highest level since 2000, theHR function needs to get involved at the earliest stage possible to ensure thehighest chance of success, experts advise.Accordingto The Economist, £80bn of globaldeals were announced inJanuary alone.Inthe past month, Spanish bank SantanderCentral Hispano unveiled an £8bn bid for Abbey, whilespeculation is growing that US retail giant Wal-Mart is preparing an offer forclothing retailer Matalan.DavidParry, partner in the HR practice at Deloitte Consulting, said businesses goingthrough a merger or acquisition often take a cursory look at people issues,such as share options and pensions, without looking at how HR links into thebusiness strategy.”HRis often late to the party, which no doubt significantly contributes to thefailure of mergers and acquisitions, which stands at about 65 to 70 percent,” Parry told Personnel Today. “HR should be involved right upfront when the deal is being considered, ensuring that people issues form partof due diligence.”However,it seems businesses are catching on. A survey from HR consultancy Mercer of 51European companies shows that 67 per cent engage HR throughout the whole dealprocess, with 24 per cent enlisting HR’sadvice in the due diligence phase. Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Mergers activity at highest level since year 2000On 7 Sep 2004 in Personnel Today
The growth of two Antarctic lamellibranchs, Adamussium colbecki (E.A. Smith) and Laternula elliptica (King and Broderip), has been investigated. A. colbecki is a pectinid that grows to a shell height of approximately 70 mm in 6 to 7 years; L. elliptica is a deep-burrowing form, ecologically similar to the genus Mya and grows to a shell length of approximately 90 mm in 12 to 13 years. The growth pattern of both species is accurately described by the Bertalanffy growth equation and both have smaller values of the Bertalanffy K coefficient than comparable temperate species (A. colbecki K=0.24, L. elliptica K=0.16).
St Hilda’s JCR has elected a Love Island Rep, charged with the responsibility of purchasing communal snacks for viewers in the college.In a meeting on Sunday, a motion was proposed to create a ‘Love Island Fund’. It noted that Love Island was currently airing, that many JCR members had enjoyed screenings of the show, and that “the Love Island group chat is popping off”.It also affirmed the JCR’s belief that “Love Island is the pinnacle of culture”, and that “we need more popcorn to lob at the screen when Adam is being a big oily snake”.After a friendly amendment was made to reduce the funds given to the rep from approximately £500 to £100, the motion passed with an overwhelming majority.The proposer of the motion, Poppy Price, told Cherwell: “The Love Island fans community at Hilda’s has expanded rapidly in recent days and I felt it was only right that this community be represented in JCR matters.”In her hust, the college’s newly elected Love Island Rep, Antara Jaidev, told the JCR: “I believe I should be Love Island Rep because Love Island is the most important thing in my life right now.“I think the biggest challenge for me will be the transition from my current role to Love Island rep. Although JCR President will also provide me with the skill set that I require for this new challenging position, I’m looking forward to moving onto bigger things.”