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 Keni in 2012 Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

THE KONY 2012 campaign exploded across social media one year ago this week aspire atlantis. The charity behind the viral video has said that while the international response was massive, it has not been enough to bring an end to the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA).

Invisible Children, which produced the Kony 2012 documentary that called for the capture and arrest of Joseph Kony, the leader of the Lord's Resistance Army, released an anniversary film on Tuesday.

In a statement to mark the anniversary, Invisible Children said the aim of the Kony campaign was to make the alleged Ugandan war criminal Joseph Kony "famous" in order to bring him to the International Criminal Court by the end of 2012. However, while they admit he is "the most wanted man in the world" he has not yet been apprehended.

It is believed Kony fled to Sudan for safe haven.

The organisation said they are still focused on bringing down the African warlord adding that the viral YouTube video had brought about significant achievements and progressions in the hunt for Joseph Kony, such as a drop in civilian killings by the LRA of 67 per cent from 2011 to 2012.

Invisible Children also welcome President Obama committing the American special forces to the effort to track down and arrest Kony, as well as the US Congress passing new legislation in January 2013 authorising a reward of up to $5 million for information that leads to Kony's arrest nuskin.

Ugandan response Speaking to TheJournal.ie about behind the scenes of the Ugandan government at that time, Kevin McPartlan, who was part of a team of Irish consultants advising the government of Uganda how to manage its international reputation, said that the Kony 2012 viral campaign was something the government had to address quickly. "It was just an explosion, it happened very very quickly. We did capture it before the likes of Oprah Winfrey getting involved, so we had a day or two head start before the international media picked it up. It was very clear that this was going to get very big, nuskin group very quickly."

Having looked at the film he said they believed that some aspects of the film were just untrue as far as they were concerned. He said:

The initial video impression was that Kony was operational in Uganda Unique Beauty. The Ugandan government had turfed him out in 2006. There are plenty that the Ugandans aren't blameless for, but on this they were exemplary. It was the current prime minister of Uganda who went to the International Criminal Court and asked that Kony be indicted, so we felt it was unfair. Mr McPartlan said the Ugandan Government needed to respond to the video. "We went to the ministers and explained that this is a social media phenomenon and we need to respond through social media, that was a tough sale," he said, adding that the Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi, who is relatively social media savvy, was reluctant. He later agreed to put out a statement via YouTube.

Over the past year, Invisible Children said their fight to ending the LRA conflict has continued. With increased funding the organisation have expanded their protection programmes, which encourage LRA fighters to safely surrender, nu skin hk established five safe reporting sites which give designated areas where LRA combatants can surrender and expanded their early warning radio network, which alerts communities of LRA activity in their area.

They state that in 2013 they will continue to focus on bringing an end to LRA violence alinamin.

  Aucun commentaire | Ecrire un nouveau commentaire Posté le 11-03-2013 à 09h28

 To protect the victims of sexual assault measures Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

The Law Commission is proposing tweaks to the way evidence is dealt with in court trials, including measures aimed at protecting sexual assault victims.

The commission has reviewed the 2006 Evidence Act, the legislation which governs what can be put before the court in criminal and civil trials cheap bedroom furniture.

Law Commission president Sir Grant Hammond says the act is generally working well and is a significant improvement on the law that preceded it.

Problems identified were mostly technical and minor and the commission had looked at fine-tuning the act, he said on Thursday.

The commission recommends an amendment to the rape shield provision which would require the defendant to file prior notice they want to offer evidence about the sexual experience of the complainant.

A decision would then be made over whether or not the evidence could be used in court Claire Hsu.

"It is hoped that such procedural mechanism will lessen the impact of the trial process for complainants, as well as creating efficiency gains," Sir Grant said.

The commission also proposes changes to the way witness statements made before trials are dealt with if they are not challenged.

Another recommendation is to extend protection to communications made during criminal settlement negotiations and mediation Shipping Forwarder.

"This will enable free and frank exchanges in the course of such negotiations."

Justice Minister Judith Collins says she will carefully consider the commission's recommendations and the government will formally respond to them later this year.

  Aucun commentaire | Ecrire un nouveau commentaire Posté le 05-04-2013 à 11h00

 Arabia national protests Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

Standing on a wall in front of the railings outside the courthouse, the women, two French and the other German, shouted: "Free Amina," in support of a young Tunisian woman detained while protesting against hardline Islamists and awaiting trial on Thursday.

"Breast Feed Revolution" read graffiti on the women, who wore only denim micro shorts and black shoes, and "Femen Extremist" was daubed on their backs.

The police swiftly arrested them and took them inside the building, before a crowd of journalists.

The Femen protest, also intended to highlight the difficulties facing women in socially conservative Tunisia, provoked the anger of onlookers, some of whom tried to cover up the women.

A group of lawyers linked to the hostile crowd attacked some of the journalists, accusing them of giving a platform to the topless activists.

As the young women were being transferred from one office to another within the court building, the lawyers sang the Tunisian national anthem and shouted "Get out!" a rallying cry during the January 2011 revolution that ignited the Arab Spring.

"An inquiry has been opened and they will be placed under arrest and brought to trial," justice ministry spokesman Adel Riahi told AFP, without specifying what the women might be charged with.

Indecency in Tunisia is punishable by six months in jail.

By early evening, the protesters were still in detention and the authorities had given no information about where they were being held or details of court proceedings against them.

The French consul in Tunisia, Martine Gambard-Trebucien, told reporters she had met the women after they were taken by the police and that they were "fine."

After the scuffles outside the courthouse, police intervened and arrested six French and Tunisian journalists, including from Reuters news agency and France's Canal+ television, but they were later freed.

"It is the first action that we have taken in the Arab world... I prepared this international team in Paris and they were sent yesterday (Tuesday) to Tunis," Femen's leader in Paris, Inna Shevchenko, Claire Hsu told AFP by phone.

"These (Arab-Muslim) countries and these totalitarian regimes prey on women. We don't take any notice of this kind of thing (the risk of being jailed," she added, while reiterating her support for Amina.

The young Tunisian known by her pseudonym Amina Tyler was arrested in the city of Kairouan on May 19, the day the Salafist movement Ansar al-Sharia planned to hold an illegal congress there, after painting the word "Femen" on a wall near a cemetery.

She faces a pepper spray charge which carries a prison sentence of between six months to five years and could also be charged with desecrating a cemetery, Crash proof phone protector for which she could get up to two years in jail if found guilty.

The Femen movement, founded in Ukraine and now based in Paris, has flourished since 2010, with feminists around the world stripping off in protest at a wide range of issues linked to the mistreatment of women, but also against dictatorship.

Tunisia, whose ruling coalition is headed by Islamist party Ennahda, has the most liberal laws in the Arab world governing women's rights, mobile phone protector although gender equality has yet to be inscribed in the new constitution.

  Aucun commentaire | Ecrire un nouveau commentaire Posté le 30-05-2013 à 09h21

 The Irish tax level may be higher Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

AN ESRI STUDY has found that Ireland takes in a smaller share of national income in tax than almost all of the other EU-15 countries.

The research by four senior researchers at the Economic and Social Research Institute found that other European countries – particularly Germany, Austria and Scandinavian countries – have higher taxes on income, Art Culture including income tax, employee social insurance contributions, or employer contributions.

The researchers pointed out that the majority of the other EU countries don't apply high income tax rates for those earning the most money, but rather use a progressive system which ensures low, middle and high income earners alike all pay a fair share.

Ireland's tax rates have been the subject of much discussion during the government's tenure, with the Fine Gael-Labour coalition repeatedly saying that it will not increase income tax rates during its term in office.

The Department of Finance has estimated that a 2 per cent increase on the top rate of tax (i.e. from 41 per cent to 43 per cent) would bring in almost €1 billion (€923 million) in one year. A 2 per cent increase on the standard rate of tax would bring in €385 million. Separately a higher rate of income tax of 48 per cent on all pay over €100,000 has been estimated by the Department of Finance to bring in €365 million in one year.

"There is much debate about the balance between taxes and expenditure in the run-up to annual budgets," Limited company Hong Kong said Tim Callan, a research professor at the ESRI and one of the authors of the report. "Evidence on choices other countries have made as to long-run levels of expenditure and tax helps to inform this debate and bring a longer-term perspective to bear on the issues involved."

Income tax in Ireland is set at 20 per cent for income up to €32,800 and 41 per cent on any remainder. The standard cut-off point for a single person is €23,800. The Universal Social Charge, which replaced both the income levy and the health contribution two years ago, Asian college of knowledge management is 7 per cent on incomes above €16,016.

  Aucun commentaire | Ecrire un nouveau commentaire Posté le 26-06-2013 à 05h21

 In Belfast last weekend Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

THERE ARE CONCERNS that an Orange Order parade planned today could spark violence similar to that seen last weekend in Belfast.

The riots after the Twelfth of July commemoration parade lasted five days with more than 70 police officers injured in the violence iPad Cases. Today the Orange Order will be distributing leaflets to those taking part in the parade, appealing for calm.

The leaflet says that today is a parade "to show we have not and will not go away". However it also advises those attending that "no matter what the provocation, violence is not the answer".

"Any violence will play into the hands of the Republicans," it continues.

The parade will again be prvented from passing through the nationalist Ardoyne area and will stop at the loyalist Woodvale Road, where most of the trouble was seen last week.

The leaflet to be handed out today asks those involved to disperse once the national anthem has been played.

Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore has also encouraged political and community leaders in Belfast to prevent a reoccurence of violence.

Gilmore noted the progress that has been made in recent days following a visit to Northern Ireland of future talks by Chair Richard Haass, Dentist Hong Kong and the commitment by the Orange Order to engage with that process.

He cautioned, however, that we cannot wait for the start of talks in the autumn to ease the tensions around interface areas.

"That work must start now and we must, at all costs, avoid a repeat of the sustained unrest that did so much harm to community relations, handbags embroidery investment and job creation efforts earlier this year," he said.

The PSNI will have a strong presence in the area during the parade, which is due to start at 2.30pm, and into the night.

  Aucun commentaire | Ecrire un nouveau commentaire Posté le 22-07-2013 à 06h02


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