Prince Harry Visits Charity Photo Exhibition

first_imgPrince Harry last week visited a photographic exhibition in London documenting the work of his Lesotho-based children’s charity Sentebale.Prince Harry speaks at the private view of the Sentebale – Stories of Hope exhibition of photographs in LondonThe Prince had spent around half an hour viewing the exhibition Sentebale – Stories of Hope at the Getty Images Gallery in central London.Some of the pictures were taken in February during The Prince’s trip to the southern African kingdom of Lesotho, where his charity supports a range of projects that help disadvantaged children and young people.Sentebale, which means Forget-Me-Not in Sesotho, the language of Lesotho, was founded in 2006 by Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso of Lesotho. It has improved the lives of thousands of children by providing healthcare and education to those most in need, including children orphaned by the country’s HIV/Aids epidemic, but has ambitions to help many more.Among the guests was David Furnish, whose partner Sir Elton John has helped raise money for a new Sentebale children’s centre through the Elton John AIDS Foundation’s White Tie and Tiara ball.Mr Furnish said: “I congratulated him on being an uncle and he smiled proudly. I’m an uncle many times over and I love it.”Mr Furnish said of Sentebale: “At our ball we gave people the chance to purchase cabins at the new Mamohato Children’s Centre, and we sold 10 cabins at £35,000 each. It was a huge success because people can see how it makes a difference to children’s lives.”Other guests included the BBC newsreader Kate Silverton, who has seen the poverty of Lesotho first hand when she filmed a report there.The Prince, wearing a blue suit and a white open-necked shirt, told an audience of 140 invited guests that he would not make a long speech because it was “absolutely roasting” in the small gallery off Oxford Street.He said of the charity’s work: “In the absence of parents for the vast majority of Lesotho children we at Sentebale we hope are filling the gap as best we can.“The stigma that surrounds HIV and Aids must be explained and, I hope, understood.”Source:PrinceHenryOfWales.orglast_img read more

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Loonie dips amid higher commodity prices worries about Spanish banks

The Canadian dollar was lower Tuesday against a background of higher commodity prices and rising concern about the troubled Spanish banking sector, which is looking for government help.The currency dipped 0.06 of a cent to 97.62 cents US.Commodity prices gained ground amid rumours that China will relax monetary policy and announce fiscal stimulus measures to offset slowing economic growth.China’s huge appetite for oil and metals has been a primary driver for higher commodity prices and for resource stocks. However, they have taken a beating over the last couple of months on worries the global economic recovery is losing momentum.The July crude contract on the New York Mercantile Exchange was up 51 cents to US$91.37 a barrel.The July copper contract added two cents to US$3.47 a pound while the June bullion contract in New York gave up early gains to move $8.80 lower to US$1,560.10 an ounce.Meanwhile, traders reacted to news that Spain’s fourth-largest lender needs €19 billion in state aid to shore itself up by demanding higher interest rates to buy the country’s debt.The interest rate, or yield, on Spanish 10-year-bonds rose Tuesday to 6.5 per cent in a sign that investors were turning away from Spanish debt. Meanwhile, the spread between Spanish bonds and safe haven German bunds remained at an alarming 5.14 percentage points.Investors fear that the Spanish government, which is already under pressure to lower its debt at a time of recession and record-high unemployment, will be overwhelmed by the cost of saving the country’s banking sector.On the economic front, traders balanced U.S. data showing a steadily recovering housing sector with a poorer than expected reading on consumer confidence.The Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller home price index showed that home prices rose in March from February in most major U.S. cities for the first time in seven months. Prices increased in 12 of the 20 cities it tracks.However, the Conference Board said its Consumer Confidence Index came in at 64.9 for May, down from a revised 68.7 in April. Economists had been expecting a reading of 70. read more

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Thai government says its not ignoring shrimp industry slavery highlighted by AP

BANGKOK – Thailand’s government said Monday it is not ignoring the slavery and forced labour in its lucrative shrimp industry that was highlighted in an Associated Press investigation published last week.Government spokesman Sansern Kaewkamnerd, flanked by several police and navy officials, held a news conference specifically to address issues raised by the AP report.Sansern said the government was already aware of slavery in the industry before the AP report was released Dec. 14. “Authorities found it first,” he said.Kornchai Klaiklung, the head of the anti-human trafficking wing of the police, said “a number of things including the report about debt-bound labourers interest us and we are looking into it and will prosecute them (the culprits).Thailand is one of the world’s biggest shrimp providers and its seafood export industry is estimated to bring in about $7 billion annually. The AP report revealed the widespread use of undocumented migrant labourers, many from neighbouring Myanmar.Many of these labourers end up being tricked or sold into shrimp-peeling sheds where they are forced to work 16-hour days with no time off and little or no pay for sometimes years at a time. Some end up locked inside. Others are allowed to go out, but only if they leave their children or spouse behind as a guarantee against running away.A day after the AP report, Thiraphong Chansiri, the president of Thai Union, one of the world’s biggest seafood exporters, expressed frustration and promised change. He said the AP investigation should be a “wake-up call” to the industry. Many exporters have bought shrimp from, or outsourced peeling work to, smaller operators who have less oversight.At the news conference Monday, government officials did not deny the existence of forced labour but disputed parts of the story, especially the AP’s assertion that police took bribes and turned a blind eye to the practices in the industry.“This is not true,” Sansern said without elaborating. He said Thailand could not have become one of the top shrimp exporters in the world with the use of slave labour alone.“There are a number of criteria needed to become leader in the field such as quality of the product … not just cheap labour alone.”The AP stood by its report, which was part of a series of investigations this year into slavery in the fishing industry in the region. More than 2,000 trapped fishermen were freed earlier this year from an island in Indonesia as a result of the AP’s work. The reports also have led to a dozen arrests, millions of dollars’ worth of seizures and proposals for new federal laws.“We stand firmly behind our reporters’ coverage, which has been scrupulous, thorough and fair,” said Paul Colford, an AP vice-president and director of media relations. “Their stories exposing the enslavement of workers in the Southeast Asian fishing industry have been a source of great pride throughout The Associated Press.” by Nattasuda Anusonadisai, The Associated Press Posted Dec 21, 2015 7:54 am MDT Last Updated Dec 21, 2015 at 8:40 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Thai government says it’s not ignoring shrimp industry slavery highlighted by AP investigation read more

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Womens Gymnastics Ohio State hosts Minnesota and Illinois State in homeopener

Nicole Jontony competes on the balance beam for Ohio State gymnastics. Credit: Courtesy of Nicole JontonyThe Ohio State women’s gymnastics team (0-3, 0-2 Big Ten) will return home after three straight road meets to begin the year for its first tri-meet of the season against Minnesota (4-0, 2-0 Big Ten) and Illinois State (1-2) Saturday at St. John Arena.“We’re really excited to be home for once, and really show the crowd and our fans like what we’ve worked throughout the whole preseason for,” senior Stefanie Merkle said. “Being a home meet, we’ve been on this equipment before, so you don’t have to adjust to it. That’s one good thing. I think the home schedule of vault, bars, beam, floor, is always a nice rotation to go to.”The Buckeyes have seen the same challenging away rotation of events for the last three meets, starting the competition on uneven parallel bars and ending with balance beams. The change of pace of beginning on vault and ending on floor exercise might come to an advantage for the team this weekend at home.Ohio State might benefit from the return of senior Kaitlyn Hofland, who has been out of competitions to begin the season while she recovers from shoulder surgery. Head coach Meredith Paulicivic said she hopes to have her senior “back on bars” this weekend. Hofland earned a career-best score of 9.925 on uneven parallel bars on Feb. 11, 2017, against Penn State.Though it has not won yet this season, Ohio State has seen steady improvement from each competition, increasing its final scores by an average of 1.05 points per meet. Finishing its last competition against Iowa with a final tally of 195.300, its highest score of the season, Ohio State hopes to reach the 196 points this weekend.“I think right now, we’re starting to get a little more comfortable,” Paulicivic said. “We don’t look so nervous in a meet, which is great. Now it’s the details, getting after the handstands, getting after the sticks, the splits, all the little half-tenthers.”The team practices this week were aimed to focus on improving details in every routine. Being three meets deep in the season, and as the newcomers have gained experience, the standards for the team are rising. “I feel like with three meets under our belt, yeah, we’re definitely hitting our groove,” Paulicivic said. “For this team, every meet that we have, everything that they do in front of a judge and in an arena, I feel like they’re going to learn something from it and get better and better.”Ohio State’s home-opener against Minnesota and Illinois State begins at 4 p.m. Saturday. read more

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Olympic boxing fights werent fixed but there was an atmosphere of collusion

first_img Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Friday 27 Jan 2017, 2:55 PM Jan 27th 2017, 2:55 PM 16,522 Views 28 Comments Share Tweet Email Follow us: Olympic boxing fights weren’t fixed – but there was ‘an atmosphere of collusion’ AIBA admit there was an “unwelcome axis of influence” between senior management and judges at the Games. THE INTERNATIONAL BOXING Association (AIBA) have said that “unprofessional relationships” between the senior management and judges created an atmosphere of collusion in the sport’s governing body at the Rio Olympics.In a statement released on Friday, the AIBA added that a special investigation carried out by committee experts found no evidence of active interference in the results. They conducted 50 interviews over a four-month period.“An unwelcome axis of influence and sole decision-making had been created and used by former Senior Management that led to a lack of due process being carried out,” said AIBA president Ching-kuo Wu.“Whilst there is no evidence that this had a direct influence on results in Rio, if best practice is not followed 100% of the time by our officials and R&Js (referees and judges), that is unacceptable.”All 36 referees and judges used at the 2016 Games have been suspended since October, but the AIBA said they will now be considered for reinstatement on a “case by case basis.”“Not all of them will be reinstated,” an AIBA spokesman told AFP.Bantamweight favourite Michael Conlan was controversially defeated in his quarter-final bout against Vladamir Nikitin, and the Belfast fighter labelled the AIBA as “cheats” afterwards.Conlan was fined  €9,300 by the AIBA for his outburst and said he has no intention of paying the fine. The 25-year-old has since turned professional and will make his debut in New York in March.The42 is on Instagram! Tap the button below on your phone to follow us! By Kevin O’Brien Nadal wins Dimitrov thriller to set up Federer finalVenus and Serena Williams’ childhood coach on the moment he realised they could dominatelast_img read more

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New Lemnos Gallipoli memorial unveiling announced

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The Lemnos Gallipoli Commemorative Committee announced the details for its forthcoming unveiling of Australia’s newest Gallipoli memorial – The Lemnos Gallipoli Memorial. The event will take place at 11.00 am on Saturday 8 August 2015 – one hundred years to the day that Australia’s nurses arrived on Lemnos to care for the sick and wounded from the terrible fighting across the Aegean at Gallipoli.The event will take place at the Lemnos Gallipoli Memorial site – Foote Street Square, Albert Park. The location is diagonally opposite both Albert Park Secondary College and the Gasworks Arts Village Precinct. The memorial statue will be unveiled in the presence of a number of descendents of nurses and diggers who served on Lemnos in 1915.The memorial has been created by Australia’s pre-eminent commemorative sculptor, Mr Peter Corlett, OAM. Mr Corlett has created some of Australia’s most endearing and moving commemorative sculptures, such as Weary Dunlop in Melbourne’s Domain gardens, Cobbers at Fromelles in France, the Bullecourt Digger in France, Simpson and his Donkey 1915 in Canberra and the Australian Light Horse Memorial at Beersheeba, Israel. Information on these works is contained on Peter’s website – Memorial Sculpture consists of two statues – one of a nurse and one of a sick or wounded digger – standing and resting on a stone plinth, that has been etched with the names of the villages on Lemnos visited by the Anzacs in 1915 as well as Lemnos and Gallipoli, in Greek and in English. The memorial statue site is complemented by an information board and flagpoles, the latter for commemorative events. In designing the Memorial Sculpture, Mr Corlett has been informed by his passion for classical sculpture and the story of Lemnos and Anzac, assisted by historian Jim Claven, secretary of the Lemnos Gallipoli Commemorative Committee. The committee has announced that the creation of the Memorial Statue is now on schedule for unveiling as planned on 8 August 2015. Mr Lee Tarlamis, president of the committee, said that this was a proud moment not only for the committee but all interested in the further recognition of the role of Lemnos in the Gallipoli story and specifically the role of Australia’s nurses.“For too long this aspect of Australia’s Gallipoli story has been either ignored or lightly treated. “The vital role played by Lemnos as the forward base for the Gallipoli campaign, the care of Australia’s nurses and other medical staff for the wounded brought to the Island in great numbers from the peninsula and the support of the local population for the Anzacs and other Allied soldiers, has deserved better recognition.Our new Lemnos Gallipoli Memorial Statue will form a long overdue lasting tribute to this service and the sacrifice of those 148 Australian soldiers who remain buried on Lemnos in its two Commonwealth War Grave Cemeteries.” Mr Jim Claven, secretary of the committee, said that it was fitting that the memorial was being erected in Albert Park.“Nearby Princes Pier witnessed the departure of the thousands of nurses and diggers for Gallipoli one hundred years ago. Its location near the waters of Port Phillip Bay resonates with the nurses and soldiers who served and were cared for on the shores of Lemnos’ great Moudros Bay. “And nurses like Matron Grace Wilson and Nurse Clarice Daley who both served on Lemnos in 1915 have strong connections to the local area. Clarice returned to live in Elwood after the war with her husband Sergeant Ernest Lawrence, to whom she was married while on Lemnos. Corporal Albert Jacka, Australia’s first VC winner, served on Lemnos and returned from the war to serve as mayor of nearby St Kilda.“Some associations are not so happy. Corporal George Knight, a local electrician, and Driver Ralph Berryman, a South Melbourne-born warehouseman, both departed from this area only to sadly die and be buried on Lemnos.”Mr Claven added that the committee was particularly glad to welcome the descendents of a number of nurses and diggers who served on Lemnos in 1915, including those of Matron Grace Wilson, Nurse Daley and Sergeant Lawrence – amongst others.last_img read more

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LewisMcChord crew makes Antarctica rescue flight

first_imgJOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, Wash. (AP) — A crew from Joint Base Lewis-McChord made a rescue flight to Antarctica to pick up an ailing American engineer.Master Sgt. Jake Chappelle of the base’s 446th Reserve Airlift Wing tells The News Tribune that a crew from the base south of Tacoma, Wash., made the flight. The active duty 62nd Airlift Wing also had airmen on the rescue.The newspaper reports that the flight that helped Renee-Nicole Douceur reach New Zealand for medical treatment is the second medical rescue that McChord-based crews have performed this year in Antarctica.Douceur told The Associated Press in an email Monday that she slept for the whole plane ride to New Zealand.last_img read more

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Bluegrass Camp For Kids Goes Busking

first_imgKids hit the streets of Petersburg recently to showcase their music skills and raise money for Bluegrass Camp. It’s a program that runs throughout the United States, taught by a group of traveling folk musicians.Download AudioIt’s an hour before the kids will pack up their instruments and perform in an outdoor venue: the sidewalks of downtown Petersburg. They’re going busking later.“Busking is kinda like when you get in a group and practice things and go sing for people,” says eight-year-old, Allie Thomassen. She’s brushing up on her guitar playing skills. The instrument is about half the size of her tiny body, but that doesn’t stop her from strumming to “Oh, Susanna.”The camp brings in established bluegrass musicians from around the country, like Tyson James Alteri. “I’ve been living in Nashville. For the past three summers, I’ve been playing around Alaska in Tyson James and the Hot Strings.” Alteri went to the University of Alaska in Anchorage in the 90s. Since then, he’s been working the country music circuit between Los Angeles and Nashville. “But the nature and the beauty of Alaska draws you back.” Teaching gives him the opportunity to travel. He’s even taught bluegrass in Hawaii, but he says there’s something special about mentoring the kids in Southeast. “This camp in particular has some unique kids involved. They pick up things really fast. It seems like music is going to stick to these kids.”The class is busking later for the thrill of performing in public, but they’re also doing it for something else. Eight-year-old Breiland Willis just isn’t entirely sure what that is.“I think it’s where you go around playing music around town singing?” Alteri reminds him that they’ll also be making money for the camp.From the earnings, the camp will purchase more instruments, strings, and picks. “We like to provide the instruments so people have a chance to play new instruments they’ve never had the chance to play before,” says Angela Oudean. She performs with the band Todd Grebe and Cold Country, and teaches at the camp. She says for beginning musicians, instruments like the banjo can be hard to come by. “It’s going to be their first time playing that instrument. They’re not going to have one at home.”The kids busk on the sidewalk, between a local boutique and hardware store. The spot is a prime location for the hustling musicians. After performing, Oudean counts a stack of dollar bills dropped in a fiddle case. “$32 bucks. That’s half an instrument right there.”In total, the kids earned about $200 busking. It’s money they’ll put back into next year’s Bluegrass Camp.last_img read more

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Alaska News Nightly Wednesday July 22 2015

first_imgInterior Dept. OKs Arctic Drilling—With LimitsJohn Ryan, KUCB – UnalaskaThe Obama administration approved Shell’s Oil’s plan for drilling in the Arctic Ocean today. But for now, Shell is restricted on how deep it can drill.Murkowski Unveils Her National Energy Policy BillLiz Ruskin, APRN – Washington, D.C.Sen. Lisa Murkowski today released a national energy policy bill. It’s been one of her highest priorities as chairman of the Senate Energy Committee, and she produced the bill jointly with the top Democrat on the committee, Maria Cantwell of Washington.Southeast Village Brings Its Subsistence Designation Battle To Capitol HillLiz Ruskin, APRN – Washington, D.C.Leila Kheiry, KRBD – KetchikanThe Southeast village of Saxman took its fight to be designated a “rural” community to Congress today.Murkowski Balks At Proposed Funding Source for Highway PlanLiz Ruskin, APRN – Washington, D.C.The deadline for renewing the nation’s highway programs is nine days away. Leaders in the Senate this week negotiated a bill that would fund highways for the next six years. But it would require selling off $9 billion of crude oil that’s stashed in the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Sen. Lisa Murkowski, chairman of the Senate Energy Committee, objected to the bill on the Senate floor Tuesday.Dozens Testify Against Megaprojects In Anchorage  Zachariah Hughes, KSKA – AnchorageThe government body that handles transportation across Anchorage saw its largest turnout in more than a decade for public testimony against two large projects.Southeast Pleas For Restored Ferry Service; AHMS Skeptical, Citing Dwindling CoffersEd Schoenfeld, CoastAlaska – JuneauSoutheast Alaska community leaders hope to restore or change some parts of the proposed ferry schedule for this fall, winter and spring.Chum Salmon Flood Western Alaska Waters As Buyers Struggle to Keep UpEmily Russell, KNOM – NomeSalmon fishermen in the Norton Sound and Kotzebue region are having a bountiful year for both commercial and subsistence.As Chinook Cross Into Canada, Fall Chum Begin Running on the YukonMatthew Smith, KNOM – NomeThe kings have reached Canada—and Alaska Fish and Game biologists say they’ve now met their escapement goals all along the Yukon.BC Withholds Key Permit from Transboundary MineEd Schoenfeld, CoastAlaska – JuneauBritish Columbia officials are delaying permits for an open-pit mine near a river that flows into the ocean south of Ketchikan. They say Pacific Booker Minerals has not proved it can keep toxic water out of nearby waterways. Stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at and on Twitter @aprn.Download Audiolast_img read more

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Sushma Swaraj readily went to rescue of expats

first_imgChanchalguda: Describing the death of the former External Affairs Minister and BJP senior leader Sushma Swaraj as a great loss to political class cutting across the spectrum and to citizens, irrespective of religious affiliations, MBT on Wednesday felt that hopes of Gulf victims have died with her sad demise.Speaking to media persons at the party office, MBT spokesman Amjedullah Khan said that as the Minister for External Affairs she worked tirelessly to rescue the Indians struck in different Gulf countries. While terming her demise as great loss for expats from Telangana and AP staying in Gulf, he felt that they would remain indebted to her services. Also Read – Hyderabad: Wall collapse in Kukatpally damages four cars Advertise With Us “It was good experience working with her on these issues, after she took office as External Affairs Minister in 2014. She was very much proactive to help victims particularly women and responded to my tweets immediately. Sometimes victims personally contacted her,” he recalled. Reminding about her resolve to help a victim stranded in Pakistan, Amjed recollected how Sushma Swaraj helped a Hyderabadi, Mohammadi Begum, who was stuck there for 21 years and returned to the city following her intervention in 2018. “She spoke to the victim not once but twice, over phone. She pursued the matter till she reached home and reunited with her parents,” he added. Also Read – With 61 feet high, Khairatabad Ganesh claimed to be tallest idol in India Advertise With Us In another case, he remembered how she pursued the matter of an under aged girl who was married to an Omani sheikh, by roping in officials from the police department on this issue. “Despite being leader from the BJP, she was respected by leaders of Opposition party and loved by women from different religious groups. That was the reason behind people’s eagerness to donate kidney when she was suffering from ailment earlier,” he recalled. Advertise With Us One of the women, a resident of Saidabad who does not wish to be recognized recalled her tribulations in Dammam, a City in Saudi Arabia before she was helped by Sushma Swaraj. “This great soul helped me overcome the trouble I was facing in foreign land. It is sad to know that she passed away. I feel grateful for her selfless services,” she added.last_img read more

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WATCH When Priyanka Gandhi turned snake charmer in Raebareli

first_imgCongress general secretary for Uttar Pradesh (East) Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Thursday, May 2, sent Twitter to a frenzy when she played with snakes without shuddering. Priyanka Gandhi visited a village that is popular for snake charmers in Uttar Pradesh’s Raebareli. Hearing the grievances of a group of snake charmers, Priyanka Gandhi interacted with them while picking up snakes from a box.The Congress leader is campaigning in Raebareli (eastern Uttar Pradesh) for the remaining stretch of the Lok Sabha 2019 elections. Raebareli, the parliamentary constituency of Priyanka Gandhi’s mother Sonia Gandhi, will head for voting in the fifth-phase of the general elections on May 6. Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra plays with snakes in Raebareli.Twitter/ANIIn the video, the brave Congress leader is seen playing with snakes without a shred of fear. She calmly petted them while listening to the issues of the snake charmers. Despite several warnings by the locals, Priyanka continued to touch the snakes and even hold them.While Priyanka Gandhi’s bodyguard interrupted asking the snake charmers to close it, she replied: “darr rahein ho?(are you afraid)”. Hearing her, the crowd burst out laughing.Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has given hints about contesting the Lok Sabha elections and making her electoral debut. Her mother Sonia Gandhi will be contesting the national elections to retain the Raebareli Lok Sabha seat for a fifth straight win. Earlier, Sonia Gandhi won from the Raebareli constituency in 2004, 2006 (bypolls), 2009 and 2014. Watch | Priyanka Gandhi charming snake charmers holding snakes in hand Closelast_img read more

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How to Make Sure Company Secrets Stay When Employees Move On

first_img Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Enroll Now for Free Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now June 13, 2012 Does your data stay put when your employees move on? Maybe not. Nearly 60 percent of employees steal company information when they leave or are fired, with 67 percent of them taking it to a new job, according to a study by Traverse City, Mich.- based privacy and data protection research firm the Ponemon Institute. Yet only 15 percent of respondents’ employers performed any sort of review of the digital or paper documents employees were taking.You, however, should take more protective measures. Well before employees leave, you should have a plan for how you’re going to protect the data, says Larry Ponemon, chairman and founder of Ponemon Institute. That includes extra measures for dreaded scenarios such as the departure of a disgruntled senior manager or IT administrator.Here’s a guide to preventing data from walking out the door with departing employees:Know your people and keep them happy.Get to know your employees and determine who may pose more of a risk, whether because they have their fingers on your crown jewels or because they seem unhappy or volatile. Be suspect of new employees who offer to deliver customer lists or other secrets from their previous employer. You could get the same treatment when they move on again, Ponemon warns.And cultivate a happy work environment. Content employees tend to be more loyal, while the disgruntled have fewer qualms about taking things. The Ponemon study found that 61 percent of respondents who were negative about their company stole data, while 26 percent with favorable views did so.Related: Tech Tools for Keeping a Digital Eye on EmployeesSet expectations.Spell out rules of acceptable and unacceptable use of company information and create a culture of confidentiality. When crafting policies, begin by asking yourself: “What is valuable to your organization?” says Carrie Gates, an engineer at Islandia, N.Y.-based CA Labs. For example, a jewelry company concerned about its designs might want to prohibit employees from transferring design documents to personal email or Dropbox accounts. To boost compliance, explain the reasons for your rules, emphasizing the company’s data-control needs rather than communicating distrust of your workers, she says.Have employees sign an agreement that affirms their understanding of the rules and the need to keep company secrets confidential. You might consider having employees in particularly sensitive roles sign separate confidentiality and non-compete agreements, says Teresa M. Thompson, an employment attorney at Fredrikson & Byron in Minneapolis. Such agreements can set a tone of seriousness that can prevent misbehavior and strengthen your legal hand in trying to compel a pickpocket to return what he or she took.”Smaller companies … could go under if they don’t take an aggressive position,” Thompson says. If companies in competitive fields don’t take precautions, “they’re just open game for people to come and pluck their information and their people.”Related: 3 Tips for Legally and Ethically Monitoring Employees OnlinePut technology controls in place.Protect your sensitive data with technology controls that limit access. Salespeople, for example, shouldn’t have access to design blueprints. Use tools such as Active Directory from Microsoft or more advanced identity-management software available from Microsoft and many others.You also may want to protect sensitive data itself. Microsoft provides tools for protecting documents with passwords, encrypting files and folders, and designating who may access a file. Also consider WatchDox, which offers higher-end controls for documents on computers and mobile devices (prices vary). Installing software on laptops and smartphones can allow you to wipe their contents remotely.Another option is data loss prevention (DLP) technology, which can detect and stop data from slipping through exit points, such as email, instant messaging, thumb drives, file-sharing services, printers and malware. BeyondTrust offers such a product called PowerBroker DLP that’s available to companies of all sizes ($80 per user per year). Zscaler offers a cloud-based DLP service that can help protect data on your network, in other cloud services and in mobile devices ($1 to $5 per user per month).Monitor key employees before they depart.If you’re in a risky situation with an employee — you think a salesman is interviewing with a competitor or a top designer has given notice, for instance — consider tracking that person’s digital activities. Software from SpectorSoft, for example, can record everything that occurs on company devices and provide reports about suspect activity, including data uploads and downloads. It starts at $99 for one basic license.Terminate access quickly.Move fast to cut off departing employees’ access to the company network, applications, email accounts and physical files. If such workers used your company Twitter or Facebook pages, change the passwords. Ask yourself what other cloud-service accounts you might need to secure. Backupify can help you remove data from Google Apps ($3 per user per month) when employees leave.People you fire or lay off should be escorted out and watched to make sure they don’t take anything that doesn’t belong to them, including mobile devices and thumb drives. Review email and other activity during an exit interview or, if you’re really concerned, hire a forensic expert to investigate.Related: 7 Tips for Upgrading IT Security  This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. 5 min readlast_img read more

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300 transphobes leave Labour Party in protest over protrans policy

first_img‘If some transphobes want to leave Labour because of its support of an evidently vulnerable and underrepresented group, they can be my guests.‘If hating people like me is more important than fighting to beat the Tories, they didn’t belong here anyway,’ she added.Today, approximately 300 transmisogynist women left the Labour Party. Today is a good day — Lily Madigan (@LilyTMadigan) May 1, 2018Madigan believes trans people face higher levels of discrimination all around. This is through little representation in parliament, higher rates of sexual assault, belittling attitudes from men and social media abuse.She then said: ‘Labour are very clear that transphobia is against Party rules. Labour’s most important principle is the pursuit of socialism and everything that comes with that – chiefly, equality.’Labour Party members send support to Lily Madigan. | Photo: Lily Madigan FacebookWhen Madigan first became a Women’s Officer for the Labour Party last year, trolls sent horrific abuse via social media.As a result, the hash tag ‘I stand with Lily’ began trending on social media.At the time, the activist said: ‘There’s only so many times I can read lies or my deadname or misgender.’Madigan also called for more trans and non-binary people to strive to become elected officials earlier this year.Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . Trans Women’s Officer Lily Madigan and Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn. | Photo: Lily Madigan / Instagram Transgender Labour activist Lily Madigan loses out on Jo Cox leadership placeWoman posts transphobic poll – internet responds in best way possibleTrolls target trans people by donating to anti-transgender fundraiser in their nameRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  : eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) The group were part of a small – yet vocal – minority of women within the Labour Party who have been objecting to the notion of ‘all-women shortlists’ being open to trans women.The current Labour Party platform states trans people who self-identify as women are welcome to join the shortlist. This is even if they haven’t physically transitioned.Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the Labour Party. | Photo: Andy Miah / FlickrLabour activist group Mayday4Women sent a draft letter to The Times. In it, they threatened: ‘We are dismayed at the Labour Party’s support for sex as a self-identified characteristic for all-women shortlists.‘We now face a situation in which any man can simply claim to be a woman and be included on all-women shortlists.‘Sex is not a self-defined characteristic and it is disingenuous for Labour to pretend that it is. Self-identity – ‘I am what I say I am’ – reeks of male authority and male supremacy.‘It is for that reason that we – alongside 300 other women – are resigning from the Labour Party today,’ the letter read.Lily Madigan: ‘Transphobia is against Party rules’Lily Madigan is the first transgender woman to become the Women’s Officer in the Labour Party.In response to the letter, she told GSN: ‘Women who don’t share our party’s fundamental values are right to leave.’center_img Over 300 female ‘transphobes’ threatened to leave the UK Labour Party in protest today (1 May) over the party’s new pro-trans policy. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… GAYSTARNEWS-last_img read more

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Our goal is to support the current needs of the nuclear medicine and molecular imaging community and assist in the growth and development of new diagnostics and therapeutics.” The purchase of IBA’s Cyclone 70 is the first of several investments Zevacor is making to secure the future of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging. The 70 MeV Cyclotron is expected to be operational in the fall of 2016 and will help to stabilize the domestic supply of medical isotopes needed to diagnose and treat critical illnesses.  The main focus of the first 70 MeV Cyclotron will be to commercially manufacture Sr-82 to ensure ample, stable, U.S.-based supply of Sr-82/Rb-82 generators for use in the diagnosis of cardiovascular disease. This important radiotracer has no current commercial supplier and only has U.S. and foreign-based supply from national labs. Figure 1. A high-fidelity 3-D tractography of the left ventricle heart muscle fibers of a mouse from Amsterdam Ph.D. researcher Gustav Strijkers. News | Radiopharmaceuticals and Tracers | August 02, 2019 ASRT Supports Radiopharmaceutical Reimbursement Bill The American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) announced its support for House Resolution (HR) 3772, a measure… read more News | Radiopharmaceuticals and Tracers | July 01, 2019 Bracco Imaging Acquires Blue Earth Diagnostics Bracco Imaging S.p.A. has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Blue Earth Diagnostics, a molecular imaging company… read more Related Contentcenter_img News | November 08, 2013 Zevacor Molecular Awards IBA Contract to Build Only U.S. Commercial Cyclotron for Sr-82 Production Cyclone 70 to stabilize U.S. supply of strontium 82/rubidium 82 generators for use in diagnosis of cardiovascular disease Although the primary focus is the manufacture of Sr-82, the Cyclone 70 is capable of producing a wide variety of other radionuclides for both research and clinical applications.  News | Radiopharmaceuticals and Tracers | July 16, 2019 NorthStar Medical Radioisotopes Completes Construction on Beloit, Wis. Molybdenum-99 Processing Facility NorthStar Medical Radioisotopes LLC  announced completion of construction on its 20,000-square-foot molybdenum-99 (Mo-… read more News | Computed Tomography (CT) | June 17, 2019 International Working Group Releases New Multiple Myeloma Imaging Guidelines An International Myeloma Working Group (IMWG) has developed the first set of new recommendations in 10 years for… read more X-ray images such as the one on the left fail to indicate many cases of advanced bone destruction caused by multiple myeloma, says the author of new guidelines on imaging for patients with myeloma and related disorders. Image courtesy of Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center. Strontium 82 (Sr-82) has a half-life of about 25 days, allowing it to be easily shipped to imaging facilities for about a month of use. It is shipped as a generator unit to produce rubidium 82 (Rb-82) at the point of imaging, since Rb-82 has a half-life of only 75 seconds. The isotope is primarily used for nuclear myocardial perfusion exams. November 8, 2013 — Zevacor Molecular, a healthcare firm that manufactures and distributes positron emissions tomography (PET) and single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) radiopharmaceuticals, has purchased the first 70 MeV Cyclotron dedicated to medical use in the United States from Ion Beam Applications, S.A. (IBA). In addition to the cyclotron, Zevacor will also invest in significant infrastructure to create a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility to house the Cyclone 70 as well as other cyclotrons and manufacturing equipment. It expects to determine the location by the end of 2013. 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first_imgSource = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J The ‘Virgins’ have announced a new code share agreement that will expand Virgin Australia’s network across the US. Subject to regulatory approval, the agreement will see Virgin Australia code share on Virgin America flights from Los Angeles to Portland, Washington, Boston, Dallas, Chicago, Fort Lauderdale, Philadelphia and Seattle.The Australian carrier’s group executive of alliance, network and yield Merren McArthur expects the partnership to be approved within the coming months and said it will tap into the country’s fourth biggest source of international arrivals. “We have been focused on expanding our network in the United States and thanks to our alliance with Delta Air Lines, we already codeshare to 13 destinations across North America,” Ms McArthur said.“If approved, the agreement with Virgin America will add a further 8 destinations to our network, including important cities such as Washington, Boston, Chicago and Seattle.“We know that connectivity within the United States is extremely important to Australian travellers, with around 60% of guests travelling on to other destinations following their arrival in the country.”The code share partnership comes less than a week after Virgin Australia’s alliance partner, Etihad, announced a 4.99 percent acquisition of the company’s stake. last_img read more

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