Planting a Seed of Hope – James Helm, Founder of TopDog Law, Talks About His Firm’s Social Mission

For James Helm, Founder and Owner of TopDog Law, philanthropy has opened the door to creating a deeper connection with his clients in some of Metro Philadelphia’s most vulnerable communities. Helm, who in his early adulthood struggled with painkiller addiction, understands how an opportunity could change the lives of young …

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PayPal, Yahoo and Steam blocked in Indonesia

In Indonesia, online platform operators were recently required to register. However, some well-known Internet companies apparently missed the registration deadline. The consequences are serious. Well-known companies such as the payment service PayPal and some websites for gamers are no longer accessible in the huge island state. Suspension since Saturday Who …

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Tribute to a law enforcement officer who left Chicago to serve in Florida

Attorney General Ashley Moody Last week, I joined law enforcement officials from across our state at the 2022 Florida Sheriffs Association Summer Conference. It is always an honor to speak to the brave men and women of Florida law enforcement. While speaking to these heroes, I highlighted our efforts to …

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Local law enforcement warns of online predators

JACKSON COUNTY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) – Several local law enforcement agencies, including the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, Panama City Beach Police Department, Walton County Sheriff’s Office and FDLE, recently worked together to convict an Alabama man after he arranged to meet online with what he thought was a 14-year-old girl. When …

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Arming Draconian Law to Silence Dissent in the Age of Pandemic Global Voices

Image via EngageMedia. Used with permission. This article is part of Pandemic of Control, a series that aims to deepen public discourse on the rise of digital authoritarianism in Asia-Pacific amid COVID-19. Pandemic of Control is an initiative of EngageMedia, in partnership with CommonEdge. This edited version of Zayed Siddiki’s …

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New California gun control law mimics Texas abortion measure

By DON THOMPSON Associated Press California Governor Gavin Newsom speaks during a press conference as he is joined by California Attorney General Rob Bonta, left, and State Senator Bob Hertzberg in Santa Monica, In California, Friday, July 22, 2022. SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California retaliated on Friday against two recent …

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Kazakhstan Law News Digest June 2022 | White & Case srl

Our M&A team in Kazakhstan discusses June highlights on key legal developments in energy, competition and subsurface use. I. Legislative news Monopoly The Government of Kazakhstan has determined the conditions and procedure for the designation of a state enterprise as a JSC and LLP as subject to a special right. …

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4 dead and 13 injured in gas explosion in Tianjin in northern China

Four people died in a gas explosion that injured 13 others at a six-story residential building in the Chinese port city of Tianjin, state media said Wednesday. A trapped person who was extracted at 5:40 p.m. Tuesday, more than 10 hours after the morning explosion, had low vital signs and …

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Parents Worried About Adopted Children Under ‘Heartbeat Law’

DAYTON, Ohio — With abortion now illegal after six weeks in Ohio, more mothers may choose to give their children up for adoption if they have unwanted pregnancies. Spencer and Malinda Izor are the proud adoptive parents of five children in Dayton, who are working towards adopting their sixth. “We …

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‘Beheading’ tweet sent by loyalist to Queen’s human rights law professor

The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) is investigating a series of “intimidating” tweets sent to an academic at Queen’s University Belfast (QUB) by a loyalist, the Sunday Independent has learned. Three complaints have been filed by Colin Harvey, professor of human rights law at the QUB Law School, regarding …

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Instructure recognizes six outstanding North American educators

Annual Educator of the Year Awards are nominated by fellow educators, administrators and students SALT LAKE CITY, July 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Structurethe creator of Canvas, today announced the winners of its 2022 Educator of the Year awards as part of the InstructureCon 2022 edtech conference. The program recognizes outstanding …

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FEATURE-Ahead of Kenyan elections, female politicians face more online abuse

* Online abuse included sexual imagery and public humiliation * Some contestants quit social media due to abuse * Social media platforms, authorities urged to crack down By Nita Bhalla NAIROBI, July 14 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – When Kenyan politician Esther Passaris posted a loving tribute to her late father …

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Jordan’s suicide law adds insult to injury

Jordan’s recent move to criminalize those who attempt suicide is a ridiculously short-sighted policy, especially in a country where mental health-related illnesses are rampant. Proper infrastructure and funding are needed to curb this worrying trend. With the prevalence of conflict and economic crises in the Middle East and North Africa …

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Ceaser Emanuel’s team says he will cooperate with Atlanta law

The team representing ‘Black Ink’ star Ceaser Emanuel said he would work with law enforcement in Atlanta and turn himself in after a warrant was issued for his arrest. The reality TV star has been charged with animal cruelty. The Shade Room reports that Emanuel’s attorney, Christina Gill, said this …

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In a largely unarmed country, the Japanese are stunned by the murder of Abe

Japan struggled with shock and sadness on Friday, trying to come to terms with the assassination of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in a country where guns are tightly regulated and political violence extremely rare. Abe was shot while giving a campaign speech on a street corner and taken to …

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Law enforcement officials say they had no prior knowledge of the white nationalist march in Boston

Activist Charles Morrell III told police he was thrown to the ground and kicked by members of the group outside the Back Bay train station, according to a police report. A photo by a photographer from the Boston Herald who circulated on social networks shows a walker pushing Morrell against …

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2022-07-05 | NYSE:INST | Press release

SALT LAKE CITY, July 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Instructure Holdings, Inc. (Instructure) (NYSE:INST), makers of the Canvas learning management system, today announced that they will report financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2022 on Monday, August 1, 2022 after market close. Instructure will host a conference call …

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NJ’s ‘safe passage’ law to protect bikers and pedestrians faces education challenge

Summer is when people take to the streets on bikes, skateboards, scooters and on foot. But educating them and drivers about a recently enacted law in New Jersey on how to pass them safely got off to a slow start. The state Division of Highway Safety awarded a $78,342 grant …

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Guns in Paradise: Ruling Could Override Strict Hawaii Port Law

Kainoa Kaku, president of the Hawaii Rifle Association, checks one of his personal firearms as he discusses the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling at his home June 23 in Honolulu. (AP Photo/Marco Garcia) By JENNIFER SINCO KELLEHER, Associated Press HONOLULU — Megan Kau takes occasional week-long hunting trips to the …

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New federal gun and mental health law: UM experts react

FACULTY Q&A Following President Biden’s signing of a new bipartisan Safe Communities Act that emphasizes gun injury prevention, school safety and mental health services, experts from the University of Michigan reacted to the intent and provisions of the law. Justin Heinze and Hsing Fang Hsieh are co-investigators at the National …

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Israel eases abortion law restrictions after Roe v. Wade decision

Placeholder while loading article actions JERUSALEM — Israel made abortion easier in response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, a move which the country’s health minister said set back women’s rights “a hundred years”. The new policy, approved by an overwhelming majority in the parliamentary …

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2022-06-27 | NYSE:INST | Press release

Study highlight reveals many parents might not understand how academically behind students are SALT LAKE CITY, June 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Structurethe creators of Canvas, today released their 2022 State of K-12 Teaching and Learning research report, which provides an overview of the latest trends in K-12 education. As educators …

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Instructure publishes annual research on the state of K-12 teaching and learning that explores the new normal of education in American schools

Study highlight reveals many parents might not understand how academically behind students are SALT LAKE CITY, June 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Structurethe creators of Canvas, today released their 2022 State of K-12 Teaching and Learning research report, which provides an overview of the latest trends in K-12 education. As educators …

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Instructure releases annual St – GuruFocus.com

Study highlight reveals many parents might not understand how academically behind students are SALT LAKE CITY, June 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Structurethe creators of Canvas, today released their 2022 State of K-12 Teaching and Learning research report, which provides an overview of the latest trends in K-12 education. As educators …

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US faces fresh protests over abortion laws after gun law gets less attention

House ” International ” US faces fresh protests over abortion laws after gun law gets less attention By Ashok Nilakantan New York, June 26 (SocialNews.XYZ) Americans are up in arms again, this time over the Supreme Court’s 6-3 verdict in Roe Vs Wade that strips a woman’s legal right to …

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Tech Data partners with Instructure to amplify the power of education in India

House ” General ” Tech Data partners with Instructure to amplify the power of education in India India Business WireTech Data, a TD SYNNEX company, today announced a partnership with Instructure to bring its learning solutions to India. Instructure powers the world’s smartest classrooms and its products are used by …

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Texas Abortion Law: Your Questions Answered

Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter that keeps readers informed about Texas’ most essential news. The U.S. Supreme Court struck down constitutional abortion protections in a much-anticipated ruling on Friday that will dramatically affect access to reproductive health care in Texas and beyond. Here are some answers to …

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Pellerin: The real threat of the “freedom convoy” concerns social norms

Breadcrumb Links Columnists Everyone has the right to demonstrate, but we must not tolerate threatening democratic institutions and the rule of law Publication date : June 24, 2022 • 1 day ago • 3 minute read • 16 comments Protesters sit in a hot tub on Wellington Street in front …

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TimelyMD and Instructure expand access to virtual care through Canvas LMS

FORT WORTH, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Timely®the first virtual health and wellness solution in higher education, and Structurethe creator of Canvas Learning Management Systemtoday announced a partnership to expand access to virtual care for students. Through seamless integration, learners at schools served by both TimelyMD and Instructure will now have access to much-needed …

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Synagogue Files Lawsuit Challenging Florida’s New Abortion Law

PUNTA GORDA, Fla. — A Boynton Beach synagogue has filed a lawsuit alleging that Governor Ron DeSantis’ recent bill banning most abortions after 15 weeks violates Jewish religious freedom rights and protections of privacy permitted in the Florida constitution. The lawsuit, filed by Congregation L’Dor Va-Dor on June 17 in …

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Carolyn Hax: Picky-eater sister-in-law is ‘maddening to be there’

Placeholder while loading article actions Dear Caroline: To say my sister-in-law is a picky eater would be a huge understatement. She hates more foods than she likes and feels the need to loudly proclaim her distaste for various foods at every opportunity. More than half the time when she’s dining …

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3 badass non-binary people in history who challenged social norms

The term “non-binary” has started to become a mainstay of 21st century vocabulary, especially now that people are becoming more educated about LGBTQ issues. However, the idea of ​​a gender non-conforming person has been around for thousands of years. Various cultures have traditions that blur the line between masculinity and …

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South Africa commemorates Public Service Day in Africa

South Africa will join the rest of the continent next week in commemorating Africa Public Service Day (APSD). South Africa will mark the annual program with a series of week-long activities from June 20, 2022 to June 24, 2022, with a virtual launch as a precursor to local events …

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2022-06-17 | NYSE:INST | Press release

Former Newsela product manager to drive innovation for Instructure learning platform SALT LAKE CITY, June 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Structurethe maker of Canvas, today announced that Shiren Vijiasingam has been named the company’s new chief product officer, effective June 20. Vijiasingam will play a pivotal role in building the Instructure …

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Instructure appoints Shiren Vijiasingam as Product Manager

Former Newsela product manager to drive innovation for Instructure learning platform SALT LAKE CITY, June 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Structurethe maker of Canvas, today announced that Shiren Vijiasingam has been named the company’s new chief product officer, effective June 20. Vijiasingam will play a pivotal role in building the Instructure …

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Non-disparagement clauses not covered by New Jersey law

Non-disparagement is not the same as non-disclosure. It sounds simple and straightforward, except when it’s not. This was the case with Savage v. Township of Neptune. It was only a matter of time before New Jersey courts would begin issuing judgment on the March 18, 2019, amendment to New Jersey’s …

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Local Law Enforcement Community to Host Inaugural Torch Run on Wednesday, June 15 in Support of Special Olympics Athletes

2015 Olympic Torch Run Image Eureka Police Department press release: Local Special Olympics athletes invite the public to join them in supporting our local law enforcement community at the first “Humboldt County Law Enforcement Torch Run”. The event kicks off this Wednesday, June 15 at 12:30 p.m. at the Adorni …

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Instructure Wins Five Telly Awards for Inspirational Videos

Gold award for writing branded content and silver awards in four other categories SALT LAKE CITY, June 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Structurethe creator of Canvas, today announced that he has won five Telly Awards for Outstanding Video Production for two new videos at the prestigious 43rd annual competition. The video …

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Law of José Antonio V. Sanvicente

Thank goodness it was recorded on someone’s mobile video. The victim, Christian Joseph Floralde, was seen lying on the road, apparently grimacing in pain after a white Toyota RAV4 with registration NCO3781 hit him. The SUV stopped, of course, because any driver can feel such an impact from inside the …

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US TV audience for January 6 viewership hits 20 million

About 20 million people tuned in to live U.S. television broadcasts of Thursday’s hearing by lawmakers investigating the 2021 riot at the U.S. Capitol, ratings agency Nielsen said Friday. Viewership on 12 networks ranked below other political events such as President Biden’s State of the Union address, which drew 38 …

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Ukraine and Russia: what you need to know now

The Ukrainian army was resisting a Russian assault on the city of Sievierodonetsk, its general staff said on Wednesday, while Russian troops were bringing more resources to Donbass in a battle for control of the region. STRUGGLE * Ukrainian forces withdrew to the outskirts of the industrial city of Sievierodonetsk …

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US Passes World’s First “Right to Repair” Law for Digital Electronics

House ” General ” Study ” US Passes World’s First “Right to Repair” Law for Digital Electronics New York, June 4 (SocialNews.XYZ) In a world first, the New York State Legislature has passed the “Right to Repair” bill that will require manufacturers of digital electronics to put parts, tools, information …

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Connecting Social Work and Law – News Center

Thursday 02 June 2022 • Neph Rivera: Contact Sherece Shavel (left) and Amber White Sherece Shavel says the driving force behind her new course at the University of Texas at Arlington is the need for students to understand the intimate connection between law and social work. “Often social work students …

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Key Bill of the Year Limits Social Media Manipulation of Children

It may not seem so at first glance, but there is a growing realization that the most important bill California lawmakers will consider this year is not about housing, homelessness, abortion, forest fires or taxes. On the contrary, it is the one that could force the gigantic electronic companies to …

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Electoral Law Security and Social Media Influences

Elections are the backbone of our country’s democracy. The choices we make during voting cycles can have a significant impact on the legislature. Perhaps more importantly, they have direct effects on people’s quality of life. As such, it is essential to ensure that robust methods are in place to protect …

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Our social standards and tax compliance – Businessamlive

BY MARTIN IKE-MUONSO Over the centuries, human belief systems govern them through unwritten rules, beliefs and attitudes accepted within a social group. Because of the depth of their acceptance, they invariably become standards and foundations for accrediting or rejecting other behaviors. Virtually all societies are distinguished by these standards, whether …

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Education Learning Management System Market Trend and Forecast | Key Players – Blackboard, Instructure, Moodle, Schoology, PowerSchool

New Jersey, United States,- The Global”Education Learning Management System Market” report provides global trade insights along with valuable facts and figures. This analysis study intimately explores the global market such as industry chain structures, product suppliers, and production. The education learning management system sales market examines the major segments of …

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How to use Instagram to promote your law firm • LegalScoops

Many people don’t consider Instagram effective for marketing their law firm. However, Instagram has grown in popularity and has approximately one billion active users worldwide in 2022, allowing law firms to communicate directly with their audiences and leverage their social media presence. Additionally, Instagram is invaluable in brand building and …

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New law in Kenya encourages breastfeeding

Listen to this article here A new law in Kenya should encourage more and more Kenyan mothers go to breastfeed their babies. On May 30, a new law will restrict the marketing of infant formula, baby bottles and pacifiers. The law responds to aggressive social media marketing tactics encouraging Kenyan …

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Higher Education Software Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – Higher Education Software Market The 2022-2029 report has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with input from industry experts. The Higher Education Software Market study sheds light on the significant growth momentum that is expected to prevail during the assessment period 2022-2029. The …

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Maryland man arrested for assaulting law enforcement officers during Jan. 6 capitol breach | USAO-DC

WASHINGTON – A Maryland man was arrested today for assaulting law enforcement officers and a member of the media during the breach of the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021. His actions and those of others have disrupted a joint session of the United States Congress convened to verify and …

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Communicators invited to focus on African issues

Communicators across Africa have an important duty to convey the message of a continent of hope, promise and vast potential. This is according to the Director General of the Government Communications and Information System (GCIS), Phumla Williams, who opened Africa Communications Week 2022 on Monday. Africa Communications Week …

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Maryam defends Shireen Mazari’s arrest, says ‘no one is above the law’ – Pakistan

PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz on Saturday defended the arrest of former human rights minister and PTI leader Shireen Mazari by police officials, saying no one was above the law. Speaking to the PML-N social media team in Lahore shortly after Mazari’s arrest, Maryam said: “If the fight against corruption …

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Buffalo mass murder suspect makes brief court appearance

An 18-year-old white man accused of killing 10 people in a live-streamed racist shooting at a supermarket in a black neighborhood of Buffalo, New York, briefly appeared in court on Thursday, and the judge set a date next month for his next hearing. . The latest racist mass shooting in …

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Associations of Attitudes and Social Norms with Experiences of Domestic Violence Among Married Adolescent Girls and Their Husbands in Rural Niger: A Dyadic Cross-Sectional Study | BMC Women’s Health

WHO. Global and regional estimates of violence against women: prevalence and health effects of intimate partner violence and non-marital sexual violence. Geneva; 2013. UN-WOMEN. Data on the prevalence of violence against women: country surveys 2011. Moreno-Garcia C, Jansen H, Ellsberg M, Heise L, Watts C. WHO multi-country study on women’s …

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Questions and answers on the law | Trump versus Twitter, a conflict that deserves closer examination | Columns

Can a private company be sued for a First Amendment free speech violation if it restricts the speech of another private party? Yes, but the plaintiff must prove that the party who committed the offense was acting for the government. Donald Trump raised the issue when he and other plaintiffs …

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China sets up local law enforcement militias to bolster ‘maintenance of stability’ — Radio Free Asia

Judicial authorities across China are setting up ‘people’s legal struggle militias’ to aid law enforcement, recruiting lawyers aged 18 to 45 who are ‘in good physical condition’, according to official notices posted online. . A notice issued by justice bureaus in Shanghai, Guangdong, Hubei and other places said militias would …

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Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP, a leader in securities fraud law

LOS ANGELES, May 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP (“GPM”), a leading national shareholder rights law firm, is continuing its investigation on behalf of Dentsply Sirona Inc. ( “Dentsply” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: XRAY) investors regarding possible violations by the Company of federal securities laws. If …

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Despite law, Nepal fails to ensure representation of Dalit women in neighborhoods

When Prabha Pariyar was approached with a proposal to run as a parishioner, she had no idea. “I spoke with senior members of the community. Then some CPN-UML leaders also contacted me,” said Prabha, 43. “Then I thought the post could be a platform for me to raise issues in …

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The beautiful seaside town where locals are fighting to change the law to stop wealthy Londoners from buying so many second homes

Residents of St Ives are fighting tooth and nail to prevent wealthy Londoners from buying second homes in the idyllic Cornish seaside town. Its popularity has long meant that visiting in summer can be a hellish experience, with congested streets and throngs of tourists, but the influx of wealthy landlords …

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law professor Elise Boddie: segregation is ‘the epicenter of racial injustice’ | Rutgers University

Law professor Elise Boddie, who teaches at Rutgers-Newark, is founder and director of The Inclusion Project (TIP), which works to promote systemic equity in public education. Since 2017, she has worked with civic organizations, students, religious leaders, educators, and researchers to desegregate the state’s public schools. She is also advising …

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Access to Abortion in the Pacific Northwest Won’t Change Unless State Law Does

The leaked U.S. Supreme Court draft decision reversing Roe v. Wade and Casey v. Planned Parenthood signals an impending seismic shift in the nation’s legal landscape. But in the Pacific Northwest, the ruling, even if it becomes law, will make little difference to abortion access. “As an organization, our fundamental …

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Data | Despite development, social norms prevent women from entering the labor market in South Asia

Social norms and attitude towards gender in South Asia are strongly linked to the low participation of women in economic activities Social norms and attitude towards gender in South Asia are strongly linked to the low participation of women in economic activities Despite decades of rapid economic growth, rising education …

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IntelBrief: Attacks on Police and Law Enforcement Are Not Getting Enough Attention

Intelbrief / IntelBrief: Attacks on Police and Law Enforcement Are Not Getting Enough Attention Photo by: NDZ/STAR MAX/IPx Bottom line in front In 2021, there was a 59% increase since 2020 in the number of American police officers killed on duty, with 73 police officers intentionally killed. More than 55 …

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Southern Poverty Law Center lists 2 LI-based groups as anti-government

Two Long Island groups have been identified as anti-government organizations by a nonprofit that tracks racism, xenophobia and far-right militias in the United States. Long Island Mutual Assistance Group, based in Nassau, and Long Island Loud Majority, based in Suffolk, were among 488 “extreme anti-government groups” active in 2021, according …

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Backlash from DHS Anti-Misinformation Committee shows how US law is falling behind the issue

The rapid response to a new federal anti-disinformation council shows how quickly misconceptions can spread and also how slowly changing federal law is hampering efforts to counter them. On Wednesday, Department of Homeland Security leaders announced the formation of a Disinformation Governance Council to counter harmful misinformation specifically targeting migrants. …

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Robins Kaplan Announces Event Featuring National Figures from Law, Politics, Current Affairs and Higher Education to Discuss Growing Threats to the Justice System

LOS ANGELES, April 26, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Nearly 40 leading figures from the legal, judicial, political, academic and media communities will gather in Chicago on May 26 to discuss growing threats to the independence and impartiality of US courts- States and in other democracies, and how to defend themselves. Democracy’s Last Line …

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Partnership for change: UN Women engages traditional leaders to transform social norms

Download logo UN Women in Africa led efforts to engage with cultural and traditional community leaders to end harmful practices affecting women and girls. Evidence-based engagement has proven that working with community leaders is essential to effectively changing social norms. Traditional leaders have been catalysts of change against child marriage …

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UN Women engages traditional leaders to transform social norms

UN Women in Africa led efforts to engage with cultural and traditional community leaders to end harmful practices affecting women and girls. Evidence-based engagement has proven that working with community leaders is essential to effectively changing social norms. Traditional leaders have been catalysts of change against child marriage and female …

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Lakehead Law Student Receives Inaugural Rosalie Silberman Abella Justice Award from the Royal Society of Canada

UL law student selected as first recipient of Lakehead University’s Rosalie Silberman Abella Justice Award PRESS RELEASELAKEHEAD UNIVERSITY************************* THUNDER BAY — Aria Kamal of Barrie, Ont., has been named one of the recipients of the inaugural Rosalie Silberman Abella Justice Award from the Royal Society of Canada. Kamal began …

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Law enforcement now uses social media as a professional resource

NOXUBEE COUNTY, Miss. (WCBI) -Social media is one of the greatest tools for keeping in touch with friends. It is also a quick way to find information. Law enforcement is noticing this trend and many have now joined the online community. “Now social media plays a big role in law …

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Costume studies students capture how women in 1896 challenged social norms through clothing – Dal News

Costume studies students from Dal’s Fountain School of Performing Arts transported attendees to last week’s historic showcase in 1896. ‘Property and Protest’, held last Wednesday at the Sir James Dunn Theater, presented an image of a time in history when women began to wear clothes that went against the norms …

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Gaza violence escalates as clashes in Jerusalem resume

The Israeli Air Force and Palestinian militants exchanged fire across the Gaza border early Thursday as clashes erupted again at Jerusalem’s most sensitive holy site, worsening an escalation that has been eerily similar to that which preceded the Israel-Gaza war of last year. The violence along the Gaza front, …

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Female labor | India Inc: How India Inc can help change social norms that prevent women from working

Horror of horrors, Saudi women now have a much higher labor force participation rate than Indian women. In recent years, Saudi Arabia has implemented a series of reforms aimed at reducing gender discrimination, which has led to a large number of women, in all age groups, entering the labor force. …

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Do personality traits and social norms impact the gender pay gap?

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 public domain Despite increasing female employment and narrowing gender gaps in career prospects, the gender pay gap persists. An analysis in the Journal of Economic Surveys which included 39 relevant studies examined how personality traits and social norms can affect this problem. The analysis revealed that personality traits …

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Cop’s son runs for Colorado Senate on pro-law enforcement, crime-fighting platform

A Republican newcomer is campaigning on the need to tackle rising crime and boost support for law enforcement in his bid to run a Democratic seat red in Colorado in November. Joe O’Dea, 60, said he wants to get tough on crime in his state, citing his experience as the …

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Social norms on FGM in Egypt still prevail despite legislation: Study – Society – Egypt

The study, which covered the country’s legal and policy efforts to combat FGM from 1928 to 2020, concluded that although various laws have curbed the practice, they have not deterred people from continuing to practice. practice them on a large scale. Citing a UNICEF report, the study noted that the …

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German supply of heavy weapons to Ukraine permitted by international law: Minister of Justice

KYIV – Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has threatened to break off talks with Moscow if Russian forces exterminate the remaining Ukrainian soldiers trapped in the besieged port city of Mariupol, as explosions rocked Kyiv, Lviv and several other cities following the wish of Moscow to step up attacks on the …

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Advocacy group seeks to end harmful social norms and sexual violence against boys │ GMA News Online

The child rights group Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Sexual Abuse has started a movement to end the harmful aspects of Filipino sexist culture and protect boys from all forms of sexual violence. The CPTCSA said it has partnered with Junior Chamber International of the Philippines (JCIP) …

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Instructure Acquires Concentric Sky, Creators of Badgr, Adding Stackable Digital Accreditation Technology to Instructure Learning Platform

Badgr will become the “Canvas Badges” tool, with new “Canvas Credentials” offering more advanced features as a paid service SALT LAKE CITY, April 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Instructure Holdings, Inc. (Structure) (NYSE: INST) today announced that it has completed the acquisition of its partner concentric sky, the creators of Badgr. …

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‘I feel like we’re at ground zero’: Victims, law enforcement and addiction experts talk about fentanyl in panel discussion with Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers

The availability and potency of illicit fentanyl is growing on the streets of eastern Washington, with parents unaware of the growing threat, according to law enforcement, family members of victims and addiction experts who spoke. with Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers this week. ” What is the program ? I feel …

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New Florida law funds pro-fatherhood programs like Tony Dungy’s ‘All Pro Dad’

Governor DeSantis signs HB-7065 from One Buc Place During a visit to Tampa, Governor Ron DeSantis signed a new bill into Florida law that would focus on pro-fatherhood initiatives, including a new statewide campaign, and provide funding for programs that help provide resources to families. TAMPA, Florida. – A $70 …

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Liquor law is a win for all Alaskans

By Members of the Recover Alaska Operations Council Update: 4 hours ago Published: 4 hours ago iStock Last week, a report was released showing that alcohol-related deaths have increased by more than 25% in the United States and 31% in Alaska. Each year, alcohol abuse costs Alaska $2.4 billion, or …

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The Integrity Conference: Building Positive Social Norms and Right Behaviors in Nigeria

By Odeh Friday A worrying lack of integrity and accountability within society has led to many being left behind in governance and decision-making processes. We’ve all seen some of the symptoms, too – a shattered public trust that often leaves citizens hopeless. Many would say that Nigerians have misplaced their …

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Elon Musk allegedly broke federal law by buying Twitter stock

Elon Musk wanted to act fast once he realized he could make a huge difference to the impact of social media when he bought $3 billion worth of Twitter stock. As announced, the platform has announced that it is adding a edit functionality the day after Musk was added to …

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LA Law Firm Johnson Shapiro Slewett & Kole Social Action – The Hollywood Reporter

In a Hollywood that has become increasingly transient – ​​where org charts have semi-annual reviews and agents become managers become producers and so on. This is why it is particularly remarkable that a new company joins the fray. Emerging from an industry-shattering pandemic, during which there were also political, racial …

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JusticeCorps gives Knox students and recent alumni a first experience in law

Knox students and recent graduates gain experience with the law before earning their bachelor’s degree through a statewide program called JusticeCorps. In JusticeCorps, students interested in law, social work, or similar fields volunteer at a local courthouse, allowing them to gain experience working with the law as an undergraduate student. …

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Higher Education Software Market Size, Growth and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – The research study on the Higher Education Software Market offers you detailed and precise analyzes to strengthen your position on the market. It provides the latest updates and powerful insights into the Higher Education Software industry to help you improve your business tactics and ensure …

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At least 3 dead in beach shooting in Acapulco, Mexico

At least three people were killed in a shootout and confrontation with police Saturday at a beachfront restaurant in Acapulco, on Mexico’s Pacific coast. The Guerrero state attorney’s office, where Acapulco is located, said two gunmen approached and killed two men at a beach-side restaurant. The police then chased the …

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Anil Kapoor praises his sister-in-law, Miss India 1969 Kavita Singh

On his sister-in-law Kavita Singh’s birthday on Friday, veteran actor Anil Kapoor penned a heartfelt message for her. “Miss India 1969 Kaveeta Singh, supermodel of the 70s and now wonderful grandmother, mother, wife, elder sister of my wife Sunita @kapoor.sunita and masi of my children Sonam, Rhea and Harsh! Definitely …

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Instructure partners with non-profit organization Better Days to bring an educational course on Utah women to web learners

Two courses available on Canvas Commons and Canvas Network at no additional cost SALT LAKE CITY, March 30, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Structure today announced the creation of two K-12 complementary courses in Canvas LMS aimed at helping Utah students gain a better understanding of the role of influential women in …

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Legal Expert Explains Legal Possibilities With Tire Sampson Amusement Park Case

(KMOV.com) – New details emerge as an investigation into the death of a St. Louis County teenager at a Florida amusement park continues. Tire Sampson, 14, of Berkeley, died during a thrill ride at Icon Park in Orlando, Florida last week. The Fair Rides Division of the Florida Department of …

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New EU legislation could change the face of messaging apps |

Social media giants may soon have to integrate their services under proposed new EU legislation. This week the Digital Markets Act was unveiled and, if approved by the European Parliament, major changes will need to be made to services offered by tech giants such as Meta and Apple. For example, …

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Michigan Law Adds Mandatory Journalists After Nassar Scandal | News, Sports, Jobs

LANSING, Mich. — Physical and occupational therapists and athletic trainers will now be required to report suspected cases of child abuse or neglect under a new Michigan law that follows the Larry Nassar sex abuse scandal. Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed the legislation this week, which comes more …

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A 5-step plan to market your law firm | Good2bSocial media

As the first quarter of the year draws to a close, it’s a good idea to take stock of the execution of your marketing plan so far. Don’t have a formal marketing plan? You need it. An annual marketing plan helps you chart the course of your business and achieve …

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Why Debt-Afflicted Millennials Should Be Thankful for Inflation

Should you be concerned about inflation, as investors and economists are? Certainly not. It could even be a lifeline if you’re paying a mortgage or struggling with student debt. Prices for everything from old automobiles to timber have been rising as the US economy gradually emerges from COVID lockdowns, with …

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Governor raises limit on indoor social gatherings to 250; restores absenteeism law | Guam News

Governor Lou Leon Guerrero on Monday lifted additional COVID-19 restrictions with immediate effect, including raising the limit on the number of indoor social gatherings from 100 to 250 people, even though another death-on-arrival case linked to COVID-19 has occurred. The governor also reversed the suspension of the definition of habitual …

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California Environmental Laws and Policies Update – March 2022 #3 | Allen Matkins

News Associated Press – March 11 The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing a plan that would limit stack emissions from power plants and other industrial sources that impact neighboring downwind states. The plan announced last Friday aims to help more than two dozen states meet “good neighbor” obligations …

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Back to work: what are the social norms in offices today?

TORONTO- Shake hands. Drinking coffee with colleagues. Drink and eat customer. Social niceties once taken for granted look increasingly complicated as thousands of Canadian workers return to the office this spring, many for the first time in two years. Along with anxiety about commute times and company vaccination policies, there …

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Social norms will take time to establish as more workers return to the office

Shake hands. Drinking coffee with colleagues. Drink and eat customer. Social niceties once taken for granted look increasingly complicated as thousands of Canadian workers return to the office this spring, many for the first time in two years. Along with anxiety about commute times and corporate vaccination policies, there are …

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Powerhouse Company designs the interior of a law firm in Amsterdam

the central company architecture studio has designed the interior of the offices of a large law firm in Amsterdam, located in the hourglass building. Designed by an architectural firm Dam & Partners and completed in 2020, the building owes its name to its iconic sloping stone facades that give it …

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New law prohibiting cyberflashing to be included in online security bill | Online abuse

Cyberflashing is to be made a criminal offence, with perpetrators facing up to two years in prison under the government’s plans to strengthen the upcoming online safety bill. According to a study published in 2020, three-quarters of girls aged 12 to 18 have received unsolicited nude images from boys or …

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The first known legal test of the Mental Health Reform Act alleges that Virginia is failing to meet its expectations.

It is the first legal test of public mental health reform born out of tragedy, which experts say closed a loophole while straining an overburdened and understaffed system. The impacts of the so-called “bed of last resort” law, enacted in 2014 to prevent people in crisis from falling through the …

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Miss Manners: Her sister-in-law thinks wedding invitations are transferable

My sister-in-law (a named guest) is invited to bring her granddaughter (also a named guest), but the former daughter-in-law is a stranger to both the bride and me. We clearly told my sister-in-law that this was unacceptable. She has now asked for a second time, and I’m afraid she’ll invite …

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Court (Rightly) Says Germany’s Social Media Censorship Law Goes Too Far

from A little common sense department Do you remember NetzDG? This is the German content moderation law that was a complete disaster from day one. It imposes all kinds of requirements on social media companies to remove unwanted content in a very short time. Other countries, such as Turkey, have …

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Local and State Employment Law Updates: A Massive Release of New Labor Posters | SmithAmundsen LLC

Below are some of the latest state updates and posters – CALIFORNIA The State of California has released various Covid-19 related paid sick leave information for 2022: According to the Supplemental Paid Sick Leave poster, which came into effect on February 19, 2022, covered employees of the public or private …

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Higher Education Software Market Size, Scope, Growth, Competitive Analysis – Oracle, Instructure, Ellucian, edx – Eclectic NorthEast

New Jersey, United States,- the Higher Education Software Market The report highlights the problems of the business and also presents the areas where the business can grow by increasing the customer base. It also helps you make informed market decisions and develop effective strategies. This Higher Education Software Market report …

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Russia’s ‘hooliganism’ law could jail anti-war protesters for up to 8 years, expert says

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Russia’s “hooliganism” law could jail the more than 13,000 anti-war protesters arrested across the country for up to eight years. The section of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation on “hooliganism” states that it is “defined as a serious violation of …

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