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Ethiopia LGBT activists to support Ugandans against anti-gay bill

| 8 December 2012 | 4 Comments
 

Ethiopia’s LGBT community wants to show support for Ugandan community.

ADDIS ABABA: A group of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) activists in Ethiopia are organizing themselves for what they hope will be action to show solidarity with the gay community in Uganda after their parliament promised to push through an anti-homosexuality bill to further criminalize the gay population.

“We will make certain that they know we are thinking about them and their struggle and make an effort to help however we can,” 24-year-old university student Amina told Bikyamasr.com on Saturday.

She and her fellow independent LGBT activists believe that what is happening in Uganda is a threat to all Africans’, gay or straight, and their freedoms.

“We know that this is the beginning of real attacks on all people and our freedom to live our lives as God created us,” said the lesbian activist.

They are not affiliated with any group, but still hope they can bring the community together in order to advance a better understanding of the LGBT community in Ethiopia, adding that there is too much antagonism between people over being gay.

“It really confuses me how angry people are when they learn I am a lesbian and have a girlfriend. It doesn’t make sense, but we have to help where we can to change people’s attitudes,” she added.

International human rights groups and leaders are calling for the immediate rejection of Uganda’s anti-homosexuality bill, which has been described as a “Christmas gift” to the country by Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga said.

Kadaga also said the new legislation that outlaws homosexuality and criminalizes the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community, “would pass by the year’s end.”

The International Federation of Human Rights (FIDH) said in a statement that it is “extremely concerned by the speeding up of the voting process” and has called on Uganda to end the crackdown on the LGBT community.

The bill is aimed at putting into the national penal code provisions that would continue to criminalize the “offense of homosexuality.”

It was first introduced before Ugandan Parliament in October 2009. At the time, strong mobilization of civil society organizations as well as international governments and institutions enabled to halt the debate and set the bill aside for more than two years.

However, in February this year, it was reintroduced before the Ugandan Parliament in its original version. “With Ms. Kadaga’s recent declarations, the threat of its quick adoption is weighing more than ever over all Ugandan lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people as well as on human rights organizations, and in particular those working for the protection of LGBTI persons’ rights,” FIDH said in their statement condemning the move.

“If adopted by the Ugandan Parliament, this bill will not only further entrench discrimination and inequality before law, but it will also be a sword of Damocles more dangling over all Ugandan LGBTI citizens’ head as well as over their relatives, friends and more generally those defending their rights. It has to be rejected unconditionally,” said Souhayr Belhassen, FIDH President.

Desmond Tutu has also voiced concerns over the legislation, this week calling on the government to end its crackdown on human rights and dismiss the bill immediately.

FIDH has been strong in its continued attacks over the bill.

“Although lack of transparency surrounds the bill’s current content, information gathered by FIDH clearly suggest that no substantial changes have been made to the 2009 text. In the original version, the Bill contained a series of severe provisions. The one which remains of utmost concern is that providing death penalty for “aggravated homosexuality”, in case of “same sex sexual acts” with someone under 18 or with “a person with disability”, of repeated conviction, or if the “offender is a person living with HIV”. Besides, this bill is putting at high risk civil society activists as well as doctors working with LGBTI persons on HIV and in the field of sexual health, and even parents and teachers, as complicity with or failing to “report” those who are, or believed to be LGBTI are severely sanctioned. This Bill further shocks by its extraterritorial jurisdiction provision making any Ugandan citizen living abroad likely to be charged and extradited,” it said.

“This bill and the debate surrounding its reintroduction before Parliament are symptomatic of the more general hindrances to civil and political rights prevailing in Uganda. In a State of Law, authorities are expected to guarantee and protect the rights of citizens, not to persecute and discriminate them. If passed, this bill will seriously jeopardize fundamental freedoms and represent a setback for our country,” denounced Sidiki Kaba, FIDH Honorary President.

http://www.bikyamasr.com/82757/ethiopia-lgbt-activists-to-support-ugandans-against-anti-gay-bill/

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Story of having to read about vegetarianism to realize it is super healthy. Dozens of hundreds of professionals thesis and summaries now available on internet.

I wanted to do a summary about vegetarian diet, but now with looking up on the net it is so easy that I decide to leave this to myriads of true dieticians, cooks, or all persons of certain amount of knowledge.

I am a vegan now, just cause I was thinking to cows or goats and sheep that are used years in years, over used and deformed, their breast distended (dissent) to the floor in repugnant condition (condiment) of hygiene even when they are deemed to be free…to what? To be put down when they start being a granny. Grain.

In London, of all cities, so many different foods coming from everywhere, and a lot about vegetarian thanks to some sects of the Hindus (hindus aren’t all vegetarians) .

as a vegetarian I even stopped being one following old myth (distort) and fearing I did not have protein enough when my jobs became somewhat and sometimes harder physically.

The real reason, the one determinant is that it was 10 years ago and that I did not have internet access. One day, though, I went to one of the biggest public library in Europe, in paris. I was erring inside (well many days like this) and just bumped into the vegetarian shelves. I knew I could become vegetarian again without any risks as information were at hands. Working in transportation at the time, and at several occasions and in fact regularly I could see from far and all the way the cows, pigs, sheeps, fowl, oh folk, trying to take deep breath through the aperture of the trucks driving them to slaughter houses.

As I was watching them, I recognised yes, eyes, nostrils, muses, lips, mouths, and beards (wired), hip hails, ail, hairs, flesh, silky under, pelt, skin then leather. I am so ashamed, rather (rate) not to say, even to myself, as I knew since the start of my life that these are animals, that they are vest best friends, that they are us, that they cuddle, think, feel, live, laugh, cry and smile for the ones that have listened to their heart. Heart beat just the way one take breath after breath, for live to enter, even though we gonna be slaughtered by the very same that bred them. I don’t know I had to say to myself,  you have to become vegetarian back, I don’t know how dozens, hundreds, thousands times, since repeated and sever, sieve, siezed or served,  in my mind or conscience rather, looking att these animals that you can attribute with comprehension enough to know, or sense of course more, the fact that they are driven (to, certain, ascertain, certitude, attitude of not in-human HAM) to their meat, death without human braver to defy the holocaust of all ages, and animal like human expires. And what about what one would say, crate, treat trait, ingloriously ignominiously like that, back to their creator?

To stop when you have read the 10th good book on vegetarianism. And swer to everything you got- life content and awarness of that- while you got that one gaze is one more, less for one’s paradise path, if one’s own is not up to that, appreciate a beast same content. Con-tent. The same home the same sky. As far as the / the shelter don’t dry dust or allow defloration, deforestation by sadness or inundations. Radiation, radiator.

Glad, iator. Rad like raft.

Allig ator.

VEGAN AND GAVE.

 

Slaughterhouse shut down after video shows cows being tortured

Read more: http://digitaljournal.com/article/331301#ixzz2BiznqQmR

http://digitaljournal.com/article/331301

 

Be vegan. Please.

watch you foot. carbon print and other bunnies. bonuses and businesses to lash on.

 

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be vegan

 

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be vegan

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Cetvies in french link, liens pour C.et en francais.

Recently, C.et has edited its manuscripts (DPF documents) written in French (other texts than English ones), approximatively year 1999 to 2005.

Cette année, C.et est finalement parvenue a mettre a disposition ses écrits en français (pas disponible en traduction anglaise). Pratiquement tous premiers écrits du reste de l’ensemble des séries. Premières années d’abondance, approximativement de l’an 1999 à l’an 2005.http://cetviesenfrancais.wordpress.com/

De plus, nouveau blog ami (personne avec laquelle je co-ecrit et co-lecteur).

Vous trouverez a cette adresse ses recueils de poemes.

New blog (from my co-writer, and co-reader). Poems collections.

http://unautrepoete.wordpress.com/

Should be renamed as child for live- enslaved.

Some say it is a blessing to cover-up.

Should have been renamed as child for live- enslaved…[..]

Children, for a live of slavery.

Campaign file.

child sexual exploitation and act of marriage.

Child marriage. All about data and discussion by international sources.

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ICRW is leading efforts to find solutions that will eliminate the harmful traditional practice of child marriage.

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Child Marriage Around the world: the importance of the question as a widespread fact.

  • If present trends continue, 100 million girls will marry over the next decade. That’s 25,000 girls married every day for the next 10 years.

Figures and Consequences:

 

Poverty and Child Marriage

  • Girls living in poor households are almost twice as likely to marry before 18 than girls in higher income households.
  • More than half of the girls in Bangladesh, Mali, Mozambique and Niger are married before age 18. In these same countries, more than 75 percent of people live on less than $2 a day.

Education and Child Marriage

  • Girls with higher levels of schooling are less likely to marry as children. In Mozambique, some 60 percent of girls with no education are married by 18, compared to 10 percent of girls with secondary schooling and less than one percent of girls with higher education.
  • Educating adolescent girls has been a critical factor in increasing the age of marriage in a number of developing countries, including Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Taiwan and Thailand.

Health and Child Marriage

  • Girls younger than 15 are five times more likely to die in childbirth than women in their 20s. Pregnancy is the leading cause of death worldwide for women ages 15 to 19.
  • Child brides face a higher risk of contracting HIV because they often marry an older man with more sexual experience. Girls ages 15 – 19 are 2 to 6 times more likely to contract HIV than boys of the same age in sub-Saharan Africa.

Violence and Child Marriage

  • Girls who marry before 18 are more likely to experience domestic violence than their peers who marry later. A study conducted by ICRW in two states in India found that girls who were married before 18 were twice as likely to report being beaten, slapped or threatened by their husbands than girls who married later.
  • Child brides often show signs symptomatic of sexual abuse and post-traumatic stress such as feelings of hopelessness, helplessness and severe depression.

Religion and Child Marriage 

  • No one religious affiliation was associated with child marriage, according to a 2007 ICRW study. Rather, a variety of religions are associated with child marriage in countries throughout the world.

 

 

 

  Country Name % girls married before 18
1 Niger 74.5
2 Chad 71.5
3 Mali 70.6
4 Bangladesh 66.2
5 Guinea 63.1
6 Central African Republic 57
7 Mozambique 55.9
8 Burkina Faso 51.9
9 Nepal 51.4
10 Ethiopia 49.2
11 Malawi 48.9
12 Madagascar 48.2
13 Sierra Leone 47.9
14 Cameroon 47.2
15 Eritrea 47
16 Uganda 46.3
17 India 44.5
18 Nicaragua 43.3
19 Zambia 41.6
20 Tanzania 41.1

ICRW (2010). Analysis of Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) data. Most recent surveys for all DHS surveyed countries. Rankings are based on data in which women ages 20 – 24 reported being married by age 18.

(United Nations Population Fund, 2011)

 

 

What has been done?

“There will no doubt be discussion about rich countries’ commitments to increase funds and whether governments in the developing world have used resources effectively. Unfortunately little attention will be given to child marriage and its damaging impact on the health of millions of girls and women.

There is, in fact, compelling evidence that child marriage has been a major brake on progress towards no less than six of the eight MDGs. Our hopes of reducing child and maternal mortality, combating HIV/Aids and achieving universal primary education are damaged by the fact that one in seven girls in the developing world – and it is overwhelmingly girls who suffer this fate – are married before they reach 15. So, too, are our ambitions to eliminate extreme poverty and promote gender equality.

The statistics are stark. In poor countries, babies born to mothers under 18 are 60% more likely to die in their first year than those born to older women. Girls under 15 are five times more likely to die during pregnancy and childbirth than women in their 20s. Lack of information, marriage to much older men and the inability to negotiate safe sexual practices also puts child brides at greater risk of HIV infection than their unmarried peers.

Child brides are more likely to drop out of school to concentrate on domestic chores and child rearing. But this bias against educating girls starts even earlier. In societies where girls are normally married off young, there can seem little point in investing in their education.

Poverty is a major driver of child marriage. In many poor countries and communities, marrying off a daughter relieves a family of an extra mouth to feed. A bride price or dowry can also be a much-needed windfall for desperate families.

All this has a damaging inter-generational impact. The children of young and poorly educated girls tend to do less well in school and have lower earnings as adults, perpetuating the cycle of poverty.

Child marriages take place in every continent but they are particularly common in south Asia and parts of sub-Saharan Africa. Child marriage rates reach 65% in Bangladesh and 48% in India – 76% in Niger and 71% in Chad. In the coming decade an estimated 100 million girls will be married before they reach 18.

Education, profession, social issues and Child Marriage

Girls with higher levels of schooling are less likely to marry as children.

early childbearing, with significantly higher maternal mortality and morbidity rates as

well as higher infant mortality rates

negative effects on girls’education.

Girls with low levels of schooling are more likely to be married early, and

child marriage virtually puts an end to a girl’s education

Isolation. A child bride’s lack of education and peers limits her support systems,

and without skills, mobility, and connections, she is constrained in her ability to overcome

poverty for herself, her children, or her family.

One might think, given the powerful evidence of the damage caused to individuals and societies, that the practice of child marriage would be high on both national and global agendas. However, what is striking is the discrepancy between the scale and seriousness of the problem and the attention it has been given.

National and international communities are increasingly recognizing child marriage

as a serious problem, both as a violation of girls’ human rights and as a hindrance

to key development outcomes

To reconcile these two statements one could say that child marriage has become a topic but has not yet being inscribed as being a priority, or did not beneficiate from enough funds. The fact that atrocities lasts even though known and ‘taken in consideration’ by the U.N is not an isolate case.

– Rich countries’ commitments to increase funds?

– Have governments in the developing world used resources effectively?

– Unfortunately little attention will be given to child marriage and its damaging impact on the health of millions of girls and women.

-Child marriage has been a major brake on progress towards no less than six of the eight MDGs.

-reducing child and maternal mortality

-combating HIV/Aids

-achieving universal primary education are damaged by the fact that one in seven girls in the developing world – and it is overwhelmingly girls who suffer this fate – are married before they reach 15. So, too, are our ambitions to eliminate extreme poverty and promote gender equality.

 In poor countries, babies born to mothers under 18 are 60% more likely to die.

We understand, of course, the reluctance to intervene in what is traditionally considered a family matter. We recognize that child marriage is embedded deep in the traditions of many societies and is all too often sanctioned by religious leaders. Change will not be easy.

There is some evidence that, thanks to grassroots campaigns and new economic opportunities for women, child marriage is in decline in some parts of the world. However, at the current rate of progress, it will take hundreds of years to disappear. The challenge is how we can help communities accelerate change.

This is why we are committed to drawing attention to the damage that child marriage is causing and to supporting those working towards ending it. This means a new emphasis on engagement, debate and education – especially at the community level.

We actively seek wider engagement with religious leaders on this issue. No religions we know explicitly promote child marriage. The fact that religious leaders condone and sanction it in many societies owes more to custom and tradition than doctrine. But we cannot allow the distortion of faith or long-standing custom to be used as an excuse to ignore the rights of girls and women, and to hold their communities in poverty.

What we have learned over the years is that social change of this kind cannot be imposed from above. Laws have little impact. The overwhelming majority of countries already outlaw child marriage through domestic legislation or are signatories to international treaties that prohibit it. But this has not fed through to change on the ground. In Zambia, for example, the legal minimum age for marriage is 21, yet 42% of girls are married by the age of 18 and nearly one in 12 by the time they reach 15. Similar contradictions are evident in many countries.

(ICRW, 2011)

 

 

On balance, the results from this composite of evaluations lean toward positive findings,

indicating that a set of strategies focusing on girls’ empowerment, community mobilization,

enhanced schooling, economic incentives and policy changes have improved knowledge,

attitudes, and behavior related to child marriage prevention.

 

 

The consequences of child marriage to the girls who experience it can be devastating

(Jain & Kurz 2007; UNICEF 2001; 2005; Mathur et al 2003). Early marriage leads to

 (Mensch 2005; UNICEF 2005; Save the Children

2004; Bott & Jejeebhoy 2003). Moreover, child marriage has negative effects on girls’

education.  (Mathur et al 2003; Mensch 2005;

Jejeebhoy 1995). Young girls married to older men with more

sexual experience are also at greater risk of HIV infection (Clark 2004), and child brides

are at heightened risk of violence in the home (ICRW 2005; Santhya et al 2010).

 

The lack of education, health, physical safety, and autonomy deprives girls of their

basic human rights, and it also acts as a brake to social and economic development.

National and international indicators on maternal health, education, food security,

poverty eradication, HIV/AIDS, and gender equality are all negatively linked with high

child marriage rates. In fact, child marriage undermines the achievement of each of

the eight Millennium Development Goals and global targets to reduce poverty worldwide

(UNICEF 2006).

Actions. (ICRW)

To empower women, advance gender Equality and fight poverty in the developing world

To examine past efforts and how well they have worked well-documented, and even fewer are well-evaluated and evidence base

Fostering information, skills, and networks for girls in combination with community mobilization.

Child marriage prevention

Signs that large-scale structural efforts aimed at other goals, such as education, health, and poverty reduction, are beginning to make a connection with child marriage prevention.

Communities, families and policymakers

Girls’ enrollment and retention

Life Skills program

These programs are larger scale, school and incentive-based programs that involve national ministries, multilateral agencies like the World Bank, and experts from the health or education sectors.

Delaying marriage

 

Mixed results: deeply entrenched social and cultural practices.

(ICRW, 2011)

 

 

1. DEPTH VERSUS SCALE AND SUSTAINABILITY

However, there is a possibility that the results may be temporary

and simply a response to a heavy dose of the intervention

 

The results suggest that, with some qualifications, this

strategy is working. However, there is a possibility that the results may be temporary

and simply a response to a heavy dose of the intervention. Moreover, the program’s

complexity may limit sophisticated evaluation, and program costs and infrastructural

demands may make scale and sustainability unlikely.

 

In the realm of child marriage prevention, more creative evaluation

approaches may be necessary to effectively understand and appreciate the extent to

which the desirable change has materialized. Researchers, implementers and donors

working in the field will have to decide whether they are wedded to positivist social

science or are willing to explore emerging thinking on “systems change” and “collective

impact,” which may be better suited to the endeavor of child marriage prevention

 

 

it is possible that the evaluation occurred too soon.

Programs have deployed a set of five core strategies to prevent child marriage:

• Empowering girls with information, skills and support networks

• Educating and mobilizing parents and community members

• Enhancing the accessibility and quality of formal schooling for girls

• Offering economic support and incentives for girls and their families

• Fostering an enabling legal and policy framework

 

AGENDA FOR FUTURE ACTION

Find the right balance between depth versus scale and sustainability by relying

on the experience of child marriage prevention experts, and also exploring new

government and private sector platforms and partnerships in the education,

health and economic sectors.

 

 

Associated subjects: related issues of the ICRW:

Case study:

Some people and ‘clerics’ want to challenge the age one might be considerate as being ‘mature enough’ by not taking into account the age of a person attaints physical and biological development (scientifically the brain reaching adult size and functionality at around 21 year of age) and would like to below the age to which one can marry, taking menstruation for being the sign of ‘adulthood’ or even before taking this time any other parameters for suiting their strategies of lowering ‘child protection’.

 The situation as it is, is in fact not preoccupying legally as the legal age for consent is threatened by a minority. Child marriages though will happen extra-legaly without being or reported or condemned.

Yemeni child bride dies of internal bleeding

HUMAN RIGHTS

A 12-year-old Yemeni bride died of internal bleeding following intercourse three days after she was married off to an older man, the United Nations Children’s Fund said.

 

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April 09, 2010|By Mohammed Jamjoom, CNN

 

 

Malaysian minister rejects child marriage reform

(AFP) – Mar 16, 2010 

KUALA LUMPUR — Malaysia’s religion minister on Tuesday defended Islamic laws that allow girls under 16 to marry, amid a controversy over two youngsters who were married off to middle-aged men.

The issue has flared in Malaysia after reports that two girls aged 10 and 11 were wed in the conservative northern state of Kelantan last month. They have now been removed from their husbands.

Rights groups have called for the reform of Islamic laws that allow marriage under the age of 16 if religious officials give their consent. Sharia law runs in parallel with civil law in multi-ethnic Malaysia.

“There is no need to amend the law,” Jamil Khir Baharom, a cabinet minister in charge of religious affairs, told reporters.

“The law already exists… marrying someone aged 16 and below requires the consent of the court. The court does not simply grant the consent,” he said.

“Maturity is a subjective question. It depends on the development of the person. Maturity is not based on age solely.”

Pressure group Sisters in Islam has called for an end to child marriages, saying the practice was “unacceptable” but continued in Malaysia because of a “belief that Muslim girls can be married off once they reach puberty”.

http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5inxYecjp4rz2Di91pAw_hTlMpTYw

 

 

YEMEN: Islamic lawmaker decries child marriage ban as part of ‘Western agenda’

April 18, 2010

But that may prove a daunting challenge since fierce opposition against a ban on child brides still runs high among some religious leaders and conservatives.

Sheik Mohammed Hamzi, an official of the Islamist Yemeni opposition party Islaah and the imam of the Al-Rahman mosque in the Yemeni capital of Sana, is one of those who staunchly opposes a legal ban on child marriage.

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/babylonbeyond/2010/04/yemen-fierce-opposition-to-child-marriage-ban-persists-among-conservatives.html

 

what could be seen as a variation:

In parts of rural India into the religious ‘Devadasi-system’

(Devadasi means ‘servant of god’). Girls who through this custom are dedicated to the

goddess Yellema are forbidden to marry. When they reach puberty they are either taken

by a priest or the village chief as a concubine. If and when this relationship ends the

girl/young woman is likely to become a village prostitute or move to city brothels.

Whilst in the letter of the law these practices are now illegal, traditions persist. A similar

tradition exists in Nepal, but the goddess concerned is called Devki. Such

institutionalisation of prostitution has many variants throughout world history and

cultures (see, for example, Cox 1993).

Many people say that the devadasis have the social prestige of being married to a

God, but the Dalit movement sees this so called prestige as a reward for being

Oppressed

(Kelly, 1995)

 

U.S. International Protecting Girls by Preventing Child Marriage Act

Child marriage undermines global development efforts focused on creating more educated, healthier and economically stable populations. ICRW knows that by combating child marriage, we will increase the effectiveness of U.S. foreign assistance dollars – and give millions of girls a better chance to fulfill their potential.

Read More »

 

 

 

Child marriage: our commitment to ending it

Child marriage has been a major brake on progress towards six of the eight millennium development goals, write Jimmy Carter and Fernando Henrique Cardoso

http://www.guardian.co.uk/global-development/poverty-matters/2010/sep/17/child-marriage

Organization idea.

To connect with organizations tackling child marriage and to fund them while reporting in our website every action and the assessment of this action.

Every organization we help financially will be in return documenting us with what has been done and how. We will ask what the objectives and ethics of the organization are in order to draw wider project and facilitate the elaboration and links of each project, and define the end and toward which means could the problems be solved more structurally as well as comprehensively.

Also we will take into account economical, cultural context, and whilst having as objectives to help every individual, the help provided should not increase gap in the redistribution of opportunities and support as a whole. Example not to spend all the funds on one case (reaching western notion of development standards) but towards the inclusion of all children by stopping having economical incentives (or other gratification) or need to enter ‘marriage’.

To satisfy legitimate concern about accountability and transparency we will make public the details of all funding and projects.

In addition, the organizations we help are transparent and publish a detailed view of their spending, policies, understanding, ethics, aims and actions.

We will follow every, individual, school, community’s, policies efforts and report them to our members (emailing them) and non-members (accessible on the website), thorough the duration of the programs and beyond if possible.

In order to ‘network’ we will strive establishing links with similar, horizontal or vertical organizations. We will also work with other professionals (journalists, academics, politicians) to elaborate a wider view and foster more accurate knowledge and possibility for intervention as well as incoming search, data, and problem solving and resolution currently in place.

Ngo strategies.

Staff expertise available: As a start-up, I am a part-time staff and I welcome and seek volunteer staff (advertising my organization to students and others) in exchange of me training them and giving them responsibility.

 

Fund raising, partnership and visibility.

           Sponsors could be Local businessperson or companies, individuals, via internet.

–       I am ready work with the donors on specific case while respecting confidentiality. My objectives are to answer in the most opened manner questions and concerns.

–       To give every piece of information on about how much time and money have been spent while to make things happen while trying a low-cost approach for salaries and the way project are conducted.  With the aim to be inclusive, that is to try and help and schools helping a whole village rather than project only able to address isolated cases.

–       To target specific, delimited areas or communities: principles of helping projects already in place with money, networking, representation, lobbying, create a forum where issues can be expressed by the communities, any kind of help.

–       Get third party organizations to write about the program and projects.

–       relations with the media,

–       spokespersons among the staff members.

http://www.gdrc.org/ngo/accountability/index.html

Accountability given back to the donors in expressing what the situations are and where the money goes.

Keep the record (money spending, full detail of action taken and communicating them specifically to donors in keeping confidentiality issues). Providing proof and series of actions, plan towards a specific target and aim.

-Try to seek in-kind contributions from experts, especially from a corporation or company.

-Seek advice, work-time, equipment use etc

 Bring together a coalition of partners – of other NGOS, universities, research institutions, etc. who contribute different expertise and knowledge, and larger target areas and beneficiary communities

A number of strategies can be seen being used by NGOs to build their credibility:

  • Use of academics and experts to evaluate NGO projects and activities
  • Associating with national or regional associations, alliances, or forums
  • Obtaining UN accreditation
  • Finding credible spokespeople
  • Speaking and publishing regularly
  • Seeking awards and prizes as recognition for work done
  • Partnering with key community, governmental and industry entities
  • Writing case studies that tell compelling stories from people and communities they serve
  • Getting some good press stories
  • To lectures at events, in schools.

 

  • Understanding an NGO’s strengths and larger connections, communicate the strengths and connections consistently
  • Keeping a significant presence online – both web and email
  • Generating a good image through newsletters, bulletins, press releases etc.

http://www.gdrc.org/ngo/accountability/index.html

 

Example of programmes and projects:

Promising Approaches: Population Reference Bureau data.

  • In rural Ethiopia, a project targeting young women provided mentoring from adult women in the community, economic incentives to remain in school, and improved access to reproductive health information and services. Early marriage among participants dropped significantly.
  • Senegal’s Tostan community empowerment project reduced early marriage through sessions on human rights, democracy, and health that included education on the right to free consent to marriage and the health problems that child marriage and early childbearing can cause.
  • In Bangladesh, scholarships for secondary school proved to greatly influence parents’ decisions to keep their daughters in school. The scholarships increased girls’ enrollment and attendance significantly.
  • A project in Nepal focused on providing income-generating skills to young girls to help support themselves financially, stay in school, and avoid early marriage.

Population Reference Bureau.

 

The UN and universalisation of the implementation of rights.

 

On a particular note in lobbying the U.N regarding child marriage, the age of consent is 16 while the adult age is 18. Of course this legalization might be necessary as for legalizing sex.

However to consider the age of the partner has to be taken into account which is not the case in every country. Being put under financial or mental pressure by parents, families and communities should put the governments into an obligation to permit the child, after having been protected effectively legally until their majority, to become an economically independent person in order not to have to yield under a situation where their choice -and understanding– has been significantly or totally reduced.

I also think that in what concerned ‘adulthood’ it has been scientifically proven that physical maturity and when the brain is “entirely formed” is in fact reach more around the age of 21 year-old.

Also younger age increase vulnerability as maturity will ‘condemn’ someone whose live has begun being forced into a circle of violation and exploitation. Also in term of philosophy and policy the victims of sexual exploitation should be protected from their violators and from perpetrating the same actions and conditions, whatever their ages are cf: forced marriage in general, sexual exploitation of adults or prostitution.

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Legal  requirement is not the main problem as the The Convention on the Rights of the Child is the first legally binding international instrument to incorporate the full range of human rights—civil, cultural, economic, political and social rights. In 1989, world leaders decided that children needed a special convention just for them because people under 18 years old often need special care and protection that adults do not. The leaders also wanted to make sure that the world recognized that children have human rights too.

http://www.unicef.org/crc/

“The Convention on the Rights of the Child is the most ratified human rights treaty in human history,” said UNICEF Executive Director Ann M. Veneman.  “It has transformed the way children are viewed and treated throughout the world.”

The Convention has 193 ratifications, http://www.unicef.org/india/media_5874.htm It noted that only the USA besides Somalia (which still has no functioning government) only the USA besides Somalia (which still has no functioning government) (Kelly, 1995)

difference between legal ages of consent of 14 and 16 will have a significant impact on

how extensive we estimate this problem to be, and on responses to it. Moreover, few

legal systems define these offenses using the UN, and Council of Europe, definitions of

childhood as up to 18, and young people as 18-21. It is extremely unlikely that

Here the idea of my presentation.

Facts, figures, consequences of child marriage.

The fact that people seem to care, write about it, but a question arises when records of child marriage prove that the phenomenon in fact concerns million of teenagers and does not appear to recede in any significant way.

Rational for letting that happen:

 

Religious: Marriage, social registration and religious rituals.

 

Rational, maturity subjective are ‘reason’ used by people wanting this type of ‘sexual exploitation’ to go on. They will say that a child might be mature enough to marry an adult.

In every country this more than a scourge might happen, and happen in a gross scale under Christianity or Hindu religion influence. However one could have a particular concern about Islamic interpretation of the Hadith:

Religious people will preach that Mohamed had four wives in order not to consummate their marriage (even so children had been registered) but to simply give to women the legal protection they needed. At the time being a widow or unmarried could equal to being doomed to ‘abject poverty’. Also the polygamous “status” of mahammad, officialising other marriage would be trumped by saying that these marriage were not consummated. But economical household only, within which what liberty were octroied is some details I haven’t studied.

Also these material are very difficult to handle as a non Arabic speaker, non theologian, non historian…thus whatever might be found would be subject to interminable theorization and interpretation. Also my aim here is not to advocate a way of interpretation and thence not judging the texts of Islamic believes but doing so to the way they are discussed by ‘believers’ and worshippers and take as a justification for present actions and edits.

Mohammed in in most sources said to have ‘legally married’ four women. The last of which was a 6 year old called Aisha, with whom Mohammed had sexual intercourse when she was a 9 year old and him an over 50 year old character.

In many places, of course, that story is taken to justify actual and today’s institutionalized pedophilia (see case study) (Silas, 2011).

Sociologic:

Should one care about rational? Cultural relativism is used to give many reasons about child marriage customs, and defend the fact that nothing is done or should be done ‘in a quiet manner’ as it is society practices’. Cultural relativism is a viewpoint adopted by many in sociology.

Cultural relativism is a widely held position in the modern world. Words like “pluralism,” “tolerance,” and “acceptance” have taken on new meanings, as the boundaries of “culture” have expanded. The loose way in which modern society defines these ideas has made it possible for almost anything to be justified on the grounds of “relativism.” The umbrella of “relativism” includes a fairly wide range of ideas, all of which introduce instability and uncertainty into areas that were previously considered settled.

However, the problem with moving from cultural perspective to cultural relativism is the erosion of reason that it causes. Rather than simply saying, “we need to understand the morals of other cultures,” it says, “we cannot judge the morals of other cultures,” regardless of the reasons for their actions.

http://www.allaboutphilosophy.org/cultural-relativism.htm

I will argue that some people demonstrate how Western thinking is biased in saying that it is only about “what we think”, that culture is a matter of opinion. I would answer that it is not about no one thinks but what about facts. It is not about taking into consideration how I feel, or how the average people, anyone feel but to concentrate on what the girls endure.

Also on a larger reciprocity, if they want to know what people think and feel well it would be just fair enough that they go under, through the torture that they let happen in the name of ‘relativisation’, ‘tolerance’ or ‘diplomacy’.

Similarly, to take a different analogy, if you permit sexual mutilation, then to understand how it is injustice, would it be useful to think yourself without sex, clitoris or penis?

Even, in breach of such bodily integrity (whatever body mutilation or sexual slavery) retributive justice would make sense happening. Ex: if one is threatening a child and that there is no possibility to stop you but imprisonment then should prevail such punishment. 

And to be honest is when sharia law might be met with empathy.

Aims of my presentation:

Why cultural relativism about other places?

Taboo inside one’s own?

Is it the product of poverty alone or mentalities?

Would the western world justify not intervening and preventing invoking ‘cultural relativism’?

In this presentation, are listed a number of articles in which girls are often viewed through their health, productivity, diplomas, live skills, social achievements…

One question certainly less reviewed by officials is the links between child marriage, and slavery, domestic abuses and torture. Or the fact that children has to be protected not because of the measurable results on criteria and evaluation but because to ‘marry’ a child to an adult (constant biologic) is an act of torture, total control upon personal development, “to own another life, and perpetual violation.

UNPF (2011)

LAC: Latin America and the Caribbean:

Widespread in the west?

Even less so mentioned the taboo on pedophilia.

If I am mentioning taboo here is because pedophilia though concerning the more vulnerable population, the children, often by their own carers or familiars, (parents, family, siblings…) will be happening concealed by ‘privacy’.

I would argue that pedophilia is a very widespread phenomemon in ‘first world countries’ but is so the object of ‘tabooisation’ that for example schools, or civil society did not elaborate projects to talk openly and regularly about these subjects, leaving ‘sexual education’ and what is sexual behavior or sexual predation up to the family to set up or to ignore…that is to say not made public and leaving certain children in total ignorance or impotence about a danger that target them especially and solely. 

 

  • The National Resource Council estimates the percent of the U.S. population which has been sexually abused to range from a low of 20-24 percent to a high of 54-62 percent of the population; the higher estimate includes sexualized exposure without touching, such as masturbating in front of the child.1 The largest retrospective study on the prevalence of child sexual abuse found 27 percent of women and 16 percent of men reported abuse.4

http://www.advocatesforyouth.org/index.php

Similar data on sexual and physical abuses and violence had notoriously been reported in countries (yet giving the green light to such enquiries) such as France.

 

 

video

The Bride Price: Consequences of Child Marriage Worldwide
   12 Mar 2008 The Bride Price: Consequences of Child Marriage Worldwide is a video containing moving images by Stephanie Sinclair – recipient of the 2007

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UamNBfI5P8o http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UamNBfI5P8o
     

Bibliography:

I intentionally don’t reveal many other sources for they advocate in the same time of referring to the haddith, the life of their prophet, the fact that to permit and perpetuate such monstrosities is ok, docky.

Look at this one who of course, praise muhmuh for his felicity.

Not say to this scholar piss upon you, torture is not the answer, but any means to stop this fucking pedo is if slowness in the procedure, prison?. What would you do with his children now?

I mean we don’t need to set up any how or anyone. If this is the law, satan may inspire us to suicide before this d perjure.

-Advocates for Youth. 2008.

[internet] http://www.advocatesforyouth.org/index.php. [last access 21-12-11]

-Human rights democracy website.

[internet] http://middleeast.about.com/od/humanrightsdemocracy/a/child-brides.htm  [last access 21-12-11]

 

Humanist and Ethical Union: The world union of Humanist organizations.

[internet]  http://www.iheu.org/child-marriage-a-violation-of-human-rights [last access 21-12-11]

-International Center for Research on Women (ICRW)

[internet] http://www.icrw.org/child-marriage-facts-and-figures  [last access 21-12-11]

-Jamjoom, M. Yemeni child bride dies of internal bleeding. CNN, Share this on:

 

April 09, 2010

[internet] http://articles.cnn.com/2010-04-09/world/yemen.child.bride.death_1_yemeni-marriage-child-brides?_s=PM:WORLD  [last access 21-12-11]

-Kelly. L, R, Wingfield, S, Burton and L, Regan. (1995) Splintered Lives: Sexual exploitation of children in the context of children’s rights and child protection. Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit:

University of North London. [internet] http://www.cwasu.org/publication_display.asp?type=1&pageid=PAPERS&pagekey=44&itemkey=45 [last access 21-01-12]

 

-MuslimHope website: A’isha: Mohammed’s Nine-Year Old Wife

[internet] http://www.muslimhope.com/AishaNine.htm [last access 21-12-11]

-Population Reference Bureau. [internet]  http://www.gdrc.org/ngo/ [last access 21-01-12]

-Philosophy: all about. Cultural relativism.

[internet] http://www.allaboutphilosophy.org/cultural-relativism.htm [last access 21-12-11]

Sandels , A. YEMEN: Islamic lawmaker decries child marriage ban as part of ‘Western agenda’ Latimes,

April 18, 2010.

[internet] http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/babylonbeyond/2010/04/yemen-fierce-opposition-to-child-marriage-ban-persists-among-conservatives.html  [last access 21-12-11]

Silas. MUHAMMAD, AISHA, ISLAM, AND CHILD BRIDES

 [internet] http://www.answering-islam.org/Silas/childbrides.htm [last access 21-12-11]

-UNICEF. United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund

[internet]  http://www.unicef.org/protection/files/Child_Marriage.pdf [last access 21-12-11]

-United Nations Population Fund.

http://www.unfpa.org/swp/2005/presskit/factsheets/facts_child_marriage.htm

Children Children

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C: it is disgusting that whatever a student has commited outside the university. i mean i know nothing about it and this is out of the subject. that somebody be stripped of their right to be educated. do that and then target could become the university.

you can hide my comment i will have to apply to kingston this year as they are one of the very few to provide human rights modules!!!!!!!!!!!

 

On human rights not taught any more at all (a toll) as a speciality in university.

I d like you to know that alongside scrapping art diploma, the U.K has this year entirely binned the speciality of  human rights programs associated with social sciences (not the legal aspect, but philo, history, socio, politics of it).

Please could you take a few minutes considering this information as it is horrific to understand that human rights bachelor of art single honor degree cannot be found anylonger in the whole U.K, country of the mean international language.

HUMAN RIGHTS, the only tool that are supposed to defend democracy, and that is invoqued by politicians, market, and civil society, alike in order to gain some legitimacy.

In the uk, and elsewhere of course, there won’t be any more specialists it is finished.

Thank you for you attention and carefulness.

If you want more detail:

In a world that d like to be regarded as democratically growing and comprehensively globalizing…

It is one of the very ‘arms’ that these people want us to give up for the profit of more laissez-faire, or better laissez aller. Meaning next time is on you the security guard, even if the only of your instruments are loose ‘polite’ letter.
very few human right university diplomas might still be found in the US, but god knows how expensive – and thus elitist and prefabricated, and per se anti human rights they intrinsically are.

Like the dubious fees demanded by some human rights lawyers, linking money – and whence economic discrimination, not being discrimate from economy but the fact that economy itself is innately a weapon of discrimination  – to the propagation of information necessary  to the benefit of human societies and peace and security as a whole;  these fees are in fact a contemptuous publicity = contempt  toward the very idea of human rights and obligations. The blatant mise-en-place of a domineering and insulting masquerade of impunity.

Loosing one’s field, like losing the autonomy from the market tactics, a what want to be put with as generalization, compulsory assignment for everyone to accept discrimination as being inescapable- if you don’t subscribe- no entry to we let-you-live-in-the-laissez-faire- area.

To adhere to these rules to be trained as a professional will ensure the pros to be and do that kinka of labour, sleazing and get rid of any ethics, as easy as one will have to lie to conserve position and salaries.

The so-called human rights alongside all sciences, theories and practices are dependent on this (sleaze, nepotism of and between people ok for ths same conning, will win)  and it is why human rights are actually bearing a bad name. but at these pace, let’s hope they would still have one. (name, actual, present, not a vintage-wean out of whines)

To conclude I d like to draw your concern on the fact that police beats up peaceful protestors. It is the clear sign of the end of the genuine rights of freedom of assembly and manifestation. The greatest of new is that this opportunity to voice one’s opinion is the last bastion of freedom of speech. Believe a older worker, freedom of speech cost you your job or even your voluntary seat within the counter power of civil society, very, very, easily. Freedom of expression had just seen put down its last bastion. Let’s recall that in the uk general strikes (students, plus workers) are prohibited. It is done we are completely dispersed and ready for the kick.

On a last note, about the fees I thought the demo too much concentrated on the pounds (the cuts, the cuts but what about we will do with or without that), because if we paid the profs and all, still why not, but after uni what? Unemployment? Or having to accept to work in any kind of conditions or unethical programs.

A little more sadness, let’s to say ‘utterly terrifying’, this system will leave each individual dependent on the bank assent to grant money to start for study. It means that one can be tested psychologically, intellectually and ideologically. That means that the banks would have the monopoly on who they would like to send for qualification.

Enjoy your day.

Human rights Roehampton students are attempting to protest against the closure of the human rights single honour bachelor of Art. We are desperately trying to do so because the U.K, nonetheless transnational centre of international students and professional encounters, are closing its art and human rights programs.

Human rights, even though they attract students all over the world, obliged to come and study here, for the sake of the language of Shakespeare, human rights will be counting only 3 universities in the whole Great-Britain, where one will be able to study and specialized in them from the first year.
3 universities each one allowing a mockish and pitiable little number of students (maybe the equivalent of a big promotional classroom and profs to pursue this speciality, maybe in each university around 50 students enrolled in this speciality.
My meaning is not to bother you with human rights, but since they are the preoccupations (as the only barriers to gross abuses) of everybody in any kind of transactions, actions, conditions, states and this at each and every of any step, the conscience of our sciences, our S.O.S.
Is it not a bit surrealist, incredible, that  Bachelor of Art on human rights (i am not talking about the combined honour, we would be taught by specialists from other fields, meaning the condemnation to servility of our discipline, reasons, rational and pride-lead by other specialists human rights could only be the shadow of itself, the pretence for democracy, the apology for abuses)
Our classroom has been fcalled a centre of excellence, the second scum on earth ranked as being human rights saviours, it is no more than 100 books and a deserted asoociations of woyerus (nothing there is to be seen but a completely emptied multi-millions-pounds building. Studies are becoming cooler and cooler. Do not sing it, but if you want to kno w a little bit more on the subject of the so called humanrights, new religions and cultureal debat that are not that is to say but sects and signed sucklers for money, blood and dignity of the corrupt.

If one argues that there is still the M.A running at Roehampton, it  is denying the fact that a MA  is only one year of study, barely enough to train future potential specialists! Enough tough to be placarded with the title of it.

In a world that d like to be regarded as democratically growing and comprehensively globalizing…

The very few ba:

Kingston, Lancashire, Essex, and LSE (but this one is not at the reach of the mainstream population).

After this USA and just forget all about it without green card or money.

Here are the only bachelor degrees I found dedicated to human rights studies in the whole ‘western world’. (pity yes a powerful feeling of shame, it has to be said)

Other programs are only courses or like Bircham university are not recognized by UCAS.

The other degrees are often combined with peace resolution, or humanitarian issues (US charity concept of development perhaps?) , democracrYYY or are only law (LLM) degree approach.

In a political world that champions itself as a model of civil and political rights protection and advocacy – and thus engendering a ready-made excuse for postponing or belittling the ‘second  and third generations’…of rights, equality and sustainability.

In a world that d like to be regarded as democratically growing and comprehensively globalizing… as it only chance with simply surviving, the already pure loss, that make everyone wander how much wonder, no man, wounded currently would resist more the incited, flogged, don.key. petrified should one be by the results and ready consequences of us disregarding social and environmental harmony issues, there are som many irrepairable, and instead of stopping gasping in horror, we have to smile and speed up for the piles. Repair, peer. RIP

Academic freedom is about research, training, awareness, theories on practices, safe-guard, conservation of formers fights and wisdom, forums, data bases, debates, all (or a good a priori) of that is needed for hatching thoughtful measurements and policies.

Where are the social sciences and human laws being brought onto this stage?

Era, sphere of nowhere.

It is not a big, it is a gross toss suck satiety.

Here are the US university ones, but god knows how expensive – and thus elitist, and per se anti human rights they intrinsically are. Don’t ask me to say they are no good from being elitist thinking about money and deontology scrapping, in this world it is what elitists say.

Like the dubious fees demanded by some human rights lawyers, linking money – and whence economic discrimination – to the propagation of information necessary  to the benefit of human societies and peace and security as a whole;  these fees are in fact a contemptuous publicity  toward the very idea of human rights and obligations. The blatant mise-en-place of a domineering and insulting masquerade of impunity.

A what want to be put with as generalization,  compulsory assignment for everyone to accept discrimination as being inescapable- if you don’t subscribe- no entry to we let-you-live-in-the-laissez-faire- area.

These fees and prerequisites – allegiance to the capitalistic- in the sense of relations and human actions based on  exploitation and abuses, that same rational enhanced through  institutions such as the IMF, world bank… real and sole legislation maker  (at the exclusion of the Genuine Nini  8- phonetic ally hate-for this occasion) at the UN supranational level.

These fees and prerequisites – and goals- o f making  business-( accumulation of capital and opportunity, all opportunities coming  out of it, and be swilled back , even glamorization for the possession of  undue power- in the sense of ruining Others)-  and not practices out of it, generating money not attitudes or elaboration of a constitutional (and not circumstantial, 1 odd retribution for the total extensional absence of solidarity)-  framework to prevent abusive situations to occur (boosting the economy through check and balance and qualitative control, free of pollution, child pornography  and animal testing for example??) –  are the what of whys the very concept of human rights, the modern title to social consensus around shared well-being,  advancement , positive progress and mutual respect, are bearing a bad name.

Someone talked about his disillusion about hr. ‘Believe in them after what they did to mine’ (it is right, and so his your phrase)

Give up for nothing, they are in the making, and thus will be staying.

Only a handful-size classes of human rights teachings at universities left in the completely western world.

This file in the blog to let you know that human rights bachelor degree of arts are, have been made completely disappear from the U.K and almost from the whole international resort and by extension from English speaker of this speciality.

On our dear dean, taken on thanks to her running the university as if it was  a 4 stars hostels, were you see furniture all in nickel while outdoors it is the misery that they spray.

And at the beginning of the year the dean was all too joyful to announce business (every one in uk is in business and admin, did you see?) taking over the beyond mired human rights medusaed raft.

cherie blair a human rights advocate? a businesswoman with false value.

I mean the type that asks millions to pretend defend something lest than less let elite and money.

The very person why human rights are laughed and loathed by everyone included the ones that wish they were more than abject obeying fate of over the top market defect deject object.

Students adamantly for they are only students for the demo against the cuts, more and more intello frankly!

well, if you don’t want no one but student at the demo, it s you who talk fasho, on nepotism a gogo.

On practicing a campaign whose sole aim was to hold the decision making while doing absolutely nothing but meeting, and look like the defeated if nethertheless glorious elaborating team that had done everything, but so things goes. Their campaing was lying about their own center assuring it was the state of the art and a world model when it is anything but true + they never mention that roehampton university this one that took the grant in honour of human rights continuation and celebrity was scrapping the last bastion in the uk.

hoping that the retheoric is exiting though

oh exciting sorry

don’t insist on the fact that it is national penury, it could work, but cherie as an former advocate would have to blush a little more.

thanks for your support without any hypocrisie, thank you for the solidarity.

It is when you have to thank that you are a hanged man already.

Through, thank you for the reminding, the no independence nor neutrality of the instant, unsubstantiated institution – of knowledge and production –
the essence on humane. And a fuel over human. The way expected to grow and be died.

“As far as I know the university is committed to honouring its contractual arrangements with current students, full and part-time. I am sure if there is any change to this policy, you will be notified.” Anon.

In case the university would come back to before medieval. We will have to wait a little bit more for them to get rid of all their legal responsibilities.

Mercantilism.

Human rights and law? Nothing is supervised anyhow + it is lawful to harm someone as long as you say it ‘is work’ + or lawful to harm other generations + as nothing is supervised, the game is to avoid being caught by the very few and scattered rules that exist + and to make sure that the existing rules served the without mercy and whoresworseship politics and as we please we fire ya ik if you were a bundle of unearthly dices, immodest profit, immense cowardice, (hard on cow) immolate refuses and unspeakable fleece + even if you go with a proof it is then that the judges will say that it is not under its competence or jurisdiction.Socio realized that they have to take into account human rights matters in the shaping of their ethics means and purposes (approximate to what Darren o’byrne said).

This is on the remand, as human rights, permitting human resources to be managed devilish like, have been put into jail. Gel. Gelded helded holdings.

For who say that there are law degrees associated with human rights, law is only a specific area that doesn’t rule over anything more than legal judicial system (not to be confound with justice). Even  when legal appropriate interventions do occur- what about human rights theories in every other domains, shapes, stages and opportunities (allowing debates not as a way of restricting justice justification but an all-encompassing way of collecting problems and solution) dialogues, structures, policies, enhancing and supervising democracy process, education of human rights- human rights should be applied at any stages in order to make sure they are implemented, not only when one can try to settle ritualised human rights breaches, and therefore to find us a blatant proof, because as for the other breach they are undetected as they are not supervised, as are under having to follow respect of others’s nothing but very restraints area and way of impeach human rights abuses, and when they are in place it is the ones that make economy work- ex pay the advocate fees while you ve already been conned to present to a judge proof that cannot be retrieved without investigation – that such investigation will never happens and that even if you have proof of professional misconduct or disfunction, or whatever else, how much want you to bet that it is the very area where judgments are completely out of jurisdiction- it is the moment they say, if at all, that they are sorry for you, they are not legal capabilities to they are not competent.

Someone talked about his disillusion about hr. ‘Believe in them after what they did to mine’ (it is right, and so his your phrase)

Give up for nothing, they are in the making, and thus will be staying.

For the campaign, one  of the next questions is how to stir the public opinion, at Roehampton; and when there eventually else where?

Could you please post your remark on the taxpayer money back?

 

On the update about the remaining academia (= training professional persons and edifying bodies) human rights are presented:

in the expanding field of human rights: or so we are told.

There are approximately 8 (the sign of the eternity) minus 2 since they both have been scraped this year. classrooms dedicated to human rights and social sciences bachelor degree taught via the more globally representative of the international lingua franca ( english) remaining in the whole western world. Should suffice?

Students come to London from all other the world in London to get to study this program, as it is unique. Well, they were before annihilation.

Here are the only bachelor degrees dedicated to human rights studies in the whole ‘western world’. (pity yes a powerful feeling of shame, it has to be said)

Other programs are only courses or like Bircham University are not recognized by official organs like UCAS or state and public university in other countries.

The other degrees are often combined with peace resolution, or humanitarian issues (US charity concept of development perhaps?) , democracrYYY or are law only  (LLM) degree approach.

Ok, University of East London has just opened a Human.Rights Bachelor of Art.to be scrapped this very year, 2 year after. Before this degree at the UEL existed  but linked specially with law and environmental rights. About the content it seems that this degree is about politics and laws and is less international than Roehampton’ program is.

In other place sociology, history, philosophy are considerably less targeted and  the subject is also treated at the national, local level meaning that the international political institutions are less object of studies than they indeed are at Roehampton.

I wanted to take this example to say how much Roehampton program is unique and won’t be replaced nor will the students , professors, and data it trained and get ready.

If one argues that there is still the M.A running at Roehampton, it  is denying the fact that a MA  is only one year of study, barely enough to train future potential specialists. Enough tough to be placarded with the title of it.

‘take a look at my girl friend, she is the only one I got.’

In a political world that champions itself as a model of civil and political rights protection and advocacy – and thus engendering a ready-made excuse for postponing or belittling the ‘second  and third generations’

In a world that d like to be regarded as democratically growing and comprehensively globalizing…

Academic freedom is about research, training, awareness, theories on practices, safe-guard, conservation of formers fights and wisdom, forums, data bases, debates, all (or a good a priory) of that is needed for hatching thoughtful measurements and policies.

Where are the social sciences and human laws being brought onto this stage?

Era, sphere of nowhere.

Here are the US university ones, but god knows how expensive – and thus elitist, and per se anti human rights they intrinsically are.

Like the dubious fees demanded by some human rights lawyers, linking money – and whence economic discrimination – to the propagation of information necessary  to the benefit of human societies and peace and security as a whole;  these fees are in fact a contemptuous publicity  toward the very idea of human rights and obligations. The blatant mise-en-place of a domineering and insulting masquerade of impunity.

A what want to be put with as generalization,  compulsory assignment for everyone to accept discrimination as being inescapable- if you don’t subscribe- no entry to we let-you-live-in-the-laissez-faire- area.

These fees and prerequisites – allegiance to the capitalistic- in the sense of relations and human actions based on  exploitation and abuses, that same rational enhanced through  institutions such as the IMF, world bank… real and sole legislation maker  (at the exclusion of the Genuine Nini [g.n standing for grande national]  8- phonetic ally hate-for this occasion) at the UN supranational level.

These fees and prerequisites – and goals- o f making  business-( accumulation of capital and opportunity out of it , even glamorization for the possession of  undue power- in the sense of ruining Others)-  and not practices out of it, generating money not attitudes or elaboration of a constitutional (and not circumstantial, 1 odd retribution for the total extensional absence of solidarity)-  framework to prevent abusive situations to occur (boosting the economy through check and balance and qualitative control, free of pollution, child pornography  and animal testing for example??) –  are the what of whys the very concept of human rights, the modern title to social consensus around shared well-being,  advancement , positive progress and mutual respect, are bearing a bad name.

Already in blog.

This is a note, not amazing but truly amazed because of people could think that university truly needs money. And all of a sudden this year as we want to increase the fees, literally, but I know you will believe me as it is widespread costums- they have kept on changing walls, and lampposts, and sanitary, paint, wall to wall, everything of this did not have more than 6 month of existence. Stuffs in perfect  condition just scrapped to pollute more and…

Mind, you d say, if they bin human rights, art and philo, one cannot wonder how they are domed not to understand the value of people, nature and objects. Like any false values, “the materialists” are in fact pissing over tools, work products, goods and histories.

 

 

hi laura, i think you might forget the new toilets (still without opening windows- mind if you breathe deeply in London street, your flesh will be chemically hurt and stop enjoying pursuit of happiness rapidly-maybe are we preserved from the fresh air coming from the outside by this way rest room are without escapatory, we could attempt to ask) in the library building all in marble replacing nothing that perfectly functioning one.

Viva the old building industry!

One of the eldest institution of the oldest job- bribery related prostitution.

i d b curious enough to check which MPs or civil servants, inter alia, by the same process have their own houses in renovation, actually.

Text about the administrators (the head of the human rights department!!!!!!!) who accepted funding from money reserved to human rights education telling us that it is a normal  that they are scrapping the subject because the share holders don’t deem it lucrative any longer.

(No wonder some persons don’t see their interest in training human rights workers. It is the big plan, every one cashier for sole identity papers)

This money (namely buildings, training, and the way the money should have been given to an institution who would have fought to the last to preserve, protect and prolong human right survival: (very simple in this case, advertisement, and above all doing consciousness-raising campaigns in secondary schools prioprietarily to the subject of this all encompassing need for being the general preoccupation

 

 

I d like here (to) ask a question, to all of you.

It is about the aim of these courses, there are about human rights, mmh?

Human rights are also about democracy, it is not about the dictactorship of the majority the subject ici.

There are human rights and they are their defenders. Who are you?

I mean we risk the department closure, and there is even not a meeting.

I am not talking to the students but their professors.

What is going happen during ‘the judgment’, the kangaroo more, between the admin and you? Behind the curtain? Is it clear, cette foie-ci?

Time of the faith.

 

 

Note on how people, students this time have founded a site, taking the name of being democratic.

“save human rights at roehampton-public site”.

On the update about the remaining sites where human rights are presented:

in the expanding field of human rights

There are approximately 8 (the sign of the eternity) classrooms dedicated to human rights and social sciences bachelor degree taught via the more globally representative of the international lingua franca (i.e english) remaining in the all western world. Should suffice?

Students come to Roehampton from all other the world in London to get to study this program, as it is unique.

Uel program is shutting (shooted) also.

Ok, University of East London has just opened a Human Rights Bachelor of Art. Before this degree at the UEL existed  but linked specially with law and environmental rights. About the content it seems that this degree is about politics and laws and is less international than Roehampton’ program is.

In other place sociology, history, philosophy are considerably less targeted and  the subject is also treated at the national, local level meaning that the international political institutions are less object of studies than they indeed are at Roehampton.

I wanted to take this example to say how much Roehampton program was in the world, unique and won’t be replaced nor will the students, professors, and data it trained and get ready.

If one argues that there is still the M.A running at Roehampton, it  is denying the fact that a MA  is only one year of study, barely enough to train future potential specialists. Enough tough to be placarded with the title of it.

The very few ba:

Kingston, Lancashire, Essex, and LSE (but this one is not at the reach of the mainstream population).

After this USA and just forget all about it without green card or money.

Letters to the students, that went rpaising the lords in research of fillip c.v :

Hey, sweet hearts, about campaigning, it is again (no, it is still) a Roehampton speciality.
It is one of the very ‘arms’ that these people want us to give up for the profit of more laissez-faire, or better laissez aller. (meaning next time is on you the security guard, even if the only of your instruments are loose ‘polite’ letter).

You said, let’s wait what the ‘the board binning it’’s reactions will be.
I agreed with you, I thought that the existence of human rights curriculum- the right word thank you to the person who used it curriculum- were somewhat linked with the national decision-making- whence the possibility of waging a campaign and say something like ‘protection, promoting, peace and social stability’ ‘national vocational qualification??’ i don’t know something.

Becareful at becoming expert, and having to leave in perpetual hypocrisie, as peace are treated up to the papers that are published with improvement approvals that are not human rights.

cherie blair a human rights advocate? a businesswoman with false value

Could you join the save human rights thing, and give us indication on how we could nick the bastards, excuse my violence, but i am trained and am pround of that. vous etes ma douceur cependant. droits de l homme vous etes tout ce que j’ai au coeur evidemment.

Students adamantly for they are only students for the demo against the cuts, more and more intello frankly!

well, if you don’t want no one but student at the demo, it s you who talk fasho, on nepotism a gogo.

On practicing a campaign whose sole aim was to hold the decision making while doing absolutely nothing but meeting, and look like the defeated if nethertheless glorious elaborating team that had done everything, but so things goes. Their campaing was lying about their own center assuring it was the state of the art and a world model when it is anything but true + they never mention that roehampton university this one that took the grant in honour of human rights continuation and celebrity was scrapping the last bastion in the uk.

hoping that the retheoric is exiting though

oh exciting sorry

we ought to take his car (on vandalism) or something like that, without damaging it, only to lock me in the bastille as your president.

don’t insist on the fact that there is not anylonger ba single honor in humanrights, that it is just for the roehampton ba as a token of a whimsimical luxury, like gagged, ganged king o byrne has said. don’t insist on the fact that it is national penury, it could work, but cherie as an former advocate would have to blush a little more.

thanks for your support without any hypocrisie, thank you for the solidarity.

It is when you have to thank that you are a hanged man already.

love or loot.

Add info on roe save the world and h.r (human rights) condition 2.

I d like to thank the academics, our teachers as my only point was to convey the fact that an all area, a whole discipline were disappearing from the English speaker higher education, and never appeared in other languages at it is a discipline name after globalization. I have been told that quite frankly they did not know that I was talking about, thus being surely caused by a problem of clarity and expression.

Human Rights (h.r)

And at the beginning of the year the dean was all too joyful to announce business (every one in uk is in business and admin, did you see?) taking over the beyond mired human rights medusaed raft.

“Professor Paul O’Prey, vice-chancellor at Roehampton University, had a 21 per cent pay rise to £218,000, (now on £246,000) as well the ‘tax-free benefit’ of a home.” (Daily Mail) We should have unit, your site has been a model of disorganization.

Read and read, people were reading reading, what had been done. Nothing, not a single action. We will, we will, we will, not a single report, conclusion, warning, resume, nothing.

But it makes sense though human rights is being scrapped that means that jobs related too. It is a coup that you were enacting. We take the subject we pass for a work group, with little titles and so and son.

We do make believe that the subjects is fought for, etc, while we are condemning after ignoring any kind of effort. Hacking, jelly mandering, obscurantism, cheap  insolence = to say oneself the boss and darwf any way people want to participate in by doing nothing while monopolizing the reins, ok…

in the library building all in marble replacing nothing that perfectly functioning one.

viva the old building industry! i d b curious enough to check which mps or civil servant, inter alia, by the same process have their own houses in renovation, actually.

About the students having started a campaign that no one wanted to let know by the public, as it would have taken real work, but what they did is launching a site, whose bureau was an office of strict members impeaching other decision-makers or team leader or parallel thinking to enter what was supposed to be a fight (the last resort fight). Their actions? Looking for support from famous grand professionals (looking for contacts and entering organisations), in drawing a petition that is in fact praising their universities instead of combating the fact this university draw to their leaders, millions of pounds that were supposed to be dedicated to human rights- among a glass brand new building of 4 floors that from the beginning were not used by human rights or agencies or researchers or students, no human rights inside but two spared  rooms and scattered tutorials) while these same leaders, academics, share-holders, were knowing that human rights as a speciality were to be scrapped and would last no longer than 6 odd years.

At these students that saw their speciality knocked down on her knees without reacting even a little but for concealing the importance of what was happening.

No more human rights at the university level, should have become a national matter. We were 50 students or so, 4 full time profs, and a dozen others mixed with other speciality. It never came out of a play-acting petition and all the fuss in the formality that discussion should take and stay.

On profs, academic of human rights, doing nothing, at least they could have launch a campaign of information, at least an article in a journal, informing the post cold war population about human rights execution, without even having to accuse their employers to nick with grandiloquence, not grams but tons of the last instance.

On the council of the university scrapping h.r and giving delay on discussion like if they were something to say. H.r and matters don’t derive from the need for human development and higher instance no longer but on the book mad makers that will tell you what you need, what you get, how do you do, and how you do, in order to survive till die from lust or then vain labor.

I think it is Weber, who explained that administrative power detain a huge power-  possibly tenfold those of the political power- by inertia, stubbornness, refusal to co-operate, counter-productivity, neglect…j en passe et des meilleurs , there is no wonder why horrors and worse than horrors, occurrences and recurrences to which you cannot give a name, hell forbids-how can one authorize that?, went and went in the past and are here rejoicing in our everyday- tasks.

And at the beginning of the year the dean was all too joyful to announce business (every one in uk is in business and admin, did you see?) taking over the beyond mired human rights medusaed raft.

On the site of the students being anti democratic as such as professing lies and discarding other considerations that whose of a self appointed committee.

A simple, simple, basic test on democracy.

We are told that there is no other options, that there is no more students, which is not true, and anyhow, who are these manager enough incompetent for failing to promote human rights, in high schools. And you will send your child learn sociology out of this dictatorial mentality.

It is not a university – guardian of the knowledge that has to be stored, helped, dissiminate, guardian herself of the people, creatures and matters from whom that all thought comes out.

Because let’s go back to Plato, well before the ‘’Christianity area’’, what was he adamant about, ce pion la?

He talked about the duties of the civil servants to defend with all their heart, intelligence, and energy, the field and the humanist purpose of the field or function they have been given the honour of being entrusted with.

Cf: Socrates, poison, academy.

But let’s talk about trust, this word, so much cheered by the stake-holders.

Because do we really know the staff, state and civil society around the concept of human rights, and in this case its study. Are they entrepreneurs, stake holders, servants or owners, do you get that?

How come people very seemingly in charge with the department of H.R ( i made the point that H.R were already treated as a scarcity, don’t I?) don’t convey you, me, our proofs, ropes, roofs and fproof,  the other profs, the other students, the opinion public, maybe, by a simple invitation?

Why can’t we discuss this subject? More than a subject, this palpable reality.

Because they are afraid, they don’t want to melt, they don’t want supervision, they don’t want clarity, what they want is simplicity- simplification and awe, Laura, for the Duschene re-mark, thank you.

And when you recall the head of sociology and human rights insisting on the fact that the only human rights are freedom of expression, (denigrating rights as justice, share, redistribution, right to peace and life, right to a living a prospering environment for humans and other species…) while his own department will have to watch the finitude of their specialities without been able to utter a world or if not you loose your seats and chairs, mes petits.

hey i said big bugger, not big fucker. Gutter?

it is in rereading save hr that reminded me that your sense of humour could be limited though. this campaign did not deserve to be name more than a joke don’t think? Don’t e.

I hear that the new residents of the Duchesne building, which used to house Crucible, will be the postgrad/research team from the Business School. Good people, and good offices. May I wish you all the best in those fantastic spaces. I do hope someone acknowledges that CETL capital funding was diverted from a Southlands extension to rescue the rebuilding of the old Mandela bulding to create Duchesne. So the University has benified from the CETL money and should acknowledge this somehow.

May I also use this space to congratulate the Business School on its six new staff and 1.7 million commitment at a time when good, hard workng scholars in the humanities and social sciences are facing redundancies.

Now, I talk to the interested directly, I came from the very first day, am law-abiding, not a total wreck, maybe.

I was here the first day of the college presentation, in this fantastic lecture room without tables.

It is a bit difficult for the mature student to stay focus in this condition, I work uniquely with my back and for longer that I thought would be, derision.

You talk(ed) a lot about business, ce jour-ci.

Human rights is right your business too, is it?

I calm myself each time hearing the name of business, thinking there is fair trade, t inquiete pas.

Because without human rights, the true ones, the noble, the ones that are to the service of individuals, their protectors-actions and the whole living universe, to the service of and served by any; because without human rights the business baby would be all and crooky.

Crooky, our baby?

I am homo, and when someone say to me that heteros are the ones fit for bringing up children, the answer is that one could retrieved the heirs from the tip of the rubbish or the trip of made famine and thief fifa family where she/he is left- but no, no possible there is health and safety.

I know the state of our toilets, the marble replacing the brand new ones already.

The state of your desk I guess it.

Please go vomit or cry in the nature please, as for primary, zero emission fertilizer, as recycling is still pollution, justement.

Consider the environment.

On student congratulating themselves:

i say you can try till you are blue in the face, but my friend have you tried of the ones you are so intimately linking with, what do you imply that they half have tried really? too nice of you this patently.

On fees raising.

hi, i think you might forget the new toilets (still without opening windows- mind if you breathe deeply in London street, your flesh will be chemically hurt and stop rapidly-maybe are we preserved from the fresh air, we could attempt to ask actually) in the library building all in marble replacing nothing that perfectly functioning one.

viva the old building industry! i d b curious enough to check which mps or civil servant, inter alia, by the same process have their own houses in renovation, actually.

 

Student knew, they had been warned that their classes were the last one in the whole uk and English speaking countries, that instead of the one stuff they did in the campaign (pain) they launch a petition,

About the students having started a campaign that no one wanted to let know by the public, as it would have taken real work, but what they did is launching a site, whose bureau was an office of strict members impeaching other decision-makers or team leader or parallel thinking to enter what was supposed to be a fight (the last resort fight). Their actions? Looking for support from famous grand professionals (looking for contacts and entering organisations), in drawing a petition that is in fact praising their universities instead of combating the fact this university draw to their leaders, millions of pounds that were supposed to be dedicated to human rights- among a glass brand new building of 4 floors that from the beginning were not used by human rights or agencies or researchers or students, no human rights inside but two spared  rooms and scattered tutorials) while these same leaders, academics, share-holders, were knowing that human rights as a speciality were to be scrapped and would last no longer than 6 odd years.

At these students that saw their speciality knocked down on her knees without reacting even a little but for concealing the importance of what was happening.

No more human rights at the university level, should have become a national matter. We were 50 students or so, 4 full time profs, and a dozen others mixed with other speciality. It never came out of a play-acting petition and all the fuss in the formality that discussion should take and stay.

On your petition I admit I could have been start of a strategy starring roehampton as a center of excellence, as it is so tiny but minute, but the sole on the land uk.

But not to mention that it was the only left, after this subject as been asked and asked again to appear in your theme. For you to refuse to do it and thus ruining any chances for being taken seriously. I am not old enough perhaps to grasp your motives entirely.

On profs, academic of human rights, doing nothing, at least they could have launch a campaign of information, at least an article in a journal, informing the post cold war population about human rights execution, without even having to accuse their employers to nick with grandiloquence, not grams but tons of the last instance.

On the council of the university scrapping h.r and giving delay on discussion like if they were something to say. H.r and matters don’t derive from the need for human development and higher instance no longer but on the book mad makers that will tell you what you need, what you get, how do you do, and how you do, in order to survive till die from lust or then vain labor.

I d like here (to) ask a question, to all of you.

It is about the aim of these courses, there are about human rights, mmh?

Human rights are also about democracy, it is not about the dictactorship of the majority the subject ici.

There are human rights and they are their defenders. Who are you?

I mean we risk the department closure, and there is even not a meeting.

I am not talking to the students but their professors.

What is going happen during ‘the judgment’, the kangaroo more, between the admin and you? Behind the curtain? Is it clear, cette foie-ci?

i am talking to you, you keep on posting political engagement rhetoric but you see here apparently, at least on what we could have, or that could have a counter-power precisely, it is more to do with an administrative matter.

I think it is Weber, who explained that administrative power detain a huge power-  possibly tenfold those of the political power- by inertia, stubbornness, refusal to co-operate, counter-productivity, neglect…j en passe et des meilleurs , there is no wonder why horrors and worse than horrors, occurrences and recurrences to which you cannot give a name, hell forbids-how can one authorize that?, went and went in the past and are here rejoicing in our everyday- tasks.

There is no too much problem understanding why they go on, and it is not all the fault of the guys with the same job as Obama’s.

Let’s talk about admin, now. You know after the full cooperation of the French with Hitler’s views, after the second WW, one started having their go at them. But not too much because with the cold war, there were another race, an economic one, la productivite. And the ex collaborators the one with the speculative money.

What did Laura say, they boost the economy. Artificially. You think that it is in line with the Human Rights, vraiment, really?

Let’s not be too ambitious, for a beginning, will you?

On the sole moves done when announcement of the subjects’ condemnation, was a meeting telling the students that university will be providing for them till the end of their year of study, gracefully.

And at the beginning of the year the dean was all too joyful to announce business (every one in uk is in business and admin, did you see?) taking over the beyond mired human rights medusaed raft.

On the site of the students being anti democratic as such as professing lies and discarding other considerations that whose of a self appointed committee.

A simple, simple, basic test on democracy.

We are told that there is no other options, that there is no more students, which is not true, and anyhow, who are these manager enough incompetent for failing to promote human rights, in high schools. And you will send your child learn sociology out of this dictatorial mentality.

Don’t you think that it is dubious, (is it politically correct?) Let’s say procedural, the due process of Law, ca ira.

Let’s keep track of the question:

There is no a single meeting, yes the principal of the southlands college, dropping her line, may no.

Yes, it would be enough for you, me and the others, everyone to loose their job, as soon as we question that.

It is not a university – guardian of the knowledge that has to be stored, helped, dissiminate, guardian herself of the people, creatures and matters from whom that all thought comes out.

Because how to question? On this website? Na.

It is on their faces, that we could try to arrange all that. Jurisprudence, keep it in mind, this and the fact that one should give their souls for the vast question as much as the ones treated, put down as being littler. On cleaning jobs. (in fact it is an attempt at killing the fundamental importance on how people clean let’s say- letting people using liters of chemical poisons, just to say, you will do it like dummies, your work is shit anyway. This mean that instead of having the honour of cleansing for the community to meet (like Gandhi) and do it against a  valuable, honourable, healthy share, One is obliged to do it in poisoning themselves and the future generations, like bandits, worst than highway daylight ruffian.

But did you notice, can you ask these people, what is going to happen precisely?

Because let’s go back to Plato, well before the ‘’Christianity area’’, what was he adamant about, ce pion la?

He talked about the duties of the civil servants to defend with all their heart, intelligence, and energy, the field and the humanist purpose of the field or function they have been given the honour of being entrusted with.

Cf: Socrates, poison, academy.

But let’s talk about trust, this word, so much cheered by the stake-holders.

Because do we really know the staff, state and civil society around the concept of human rights, and in this case its study. Are they entrepreneurs, stake holders, servants or owners, do you get that?

How come people very seemingly in charge with the department of H.R ( i made the point that H.R were already treated as a scarcity, don’t I?) don’t convey you, me, our proofs, ropes, roofs and fproof,  the other profs, the other students, the opinion public, maybe, by a simple invitation?

Why can’t we discuss this subject? More than a subject, this palpable reality.

Because they are afraid, they don’t want to melt, they don’t want supervision, they don’t want clarity, what they want is simplicity- simplification and awe, Laura, for the Duschene re-mark, thank you.

And when you recall the head of sociology and human rights insisting on the fact the only human rights are freedom of expression, (denigrating rights as justice, share, redistribution, right to peace and life, right to a living a prospering environment for humans and other species…) while his own department will have to watch the finitude of their specialities without been able to utter a world or if not you loose your seats and chairs, mes petits.

Now, I talk to the interested directly, I came from the very first day, am law-abiding, not a total wreck, maybe.

I was here the first day of the college presentation, in this fantastic lecture room without tables.

It is a bit difficult for the mature student to stay focus in this condition, I work uniquely with my back and for longer that I thought would be, derision.

You talk(ed) a lot about business, ce jour-ci.

Human rights is right your business too, is it?

I calm myself each time hearing the name of business, thinking there is fair trade, t inquiete pas.

Because without human rights, the true ones, the noble, the ones that are to the service of individuals, their protectors-actions and the whole living universe, to the service of and served by any; because without human rights the business baby would be all and crooky.

Crooky, our baby?

I am homo, and when someone say to me that heteros are the ones fit for bringing up children, the answer is that one could retrieved the heirs from the tip of the rubbish or the trip of made famine and thief fifa family where she/he is left- but no, no possible there is health and safety.

I know the state of our toilets, the marble replacing the brand new ones already.

The state of your desk I guess it.

Please go vomit or cry in the nature please, as for primary, zero emission fertilizer, as recycling is still pollution, justement.

Consider the environment.

Ps: a brief on intellectual property i won’ t reclaim any copyrights, or just the one of a occasional multitask in turn secretary, observer, student- an healthy living and healthy working condition – Democracy and HR truly, because like it is always the case for creativity, these are the ideas passed on me by someone I know. Ideas passed on the air of the dramatic scenes that are, by our buildings and hypocrisy, veiled so cosy.

This was a subject on: a democratic, open, accountable, transparent meeting on the why of this scarcity and repression on human rights university, could be, any?

Case study.

I hear that the new residents of the Duchesne building, which used to house Crucible, will be the postgrad/research team from the Business School. Good people, and good offices. May I wish you all the best in those fantastic spaces. I do hope someone acknowledges that CETL capital funding was diverted from a Southlands extension to rescue the rebuilding of the old Mandela bulding to create Duchesne. So the University has benified from the CETL money and should acknowledge this somehow.

May I also use this space to congratulate the Business School on its six new staff and 1.7 million commitment at a time when good, hard working scholars in the humanities and social sciences are facing redundancies.

as far as i am concerned i am the one that have been censured for having said that no one wanted to admit that human rights were scrapped nationaly and not only locally. also the campaign (pain) could have become tough and long sighting and long enduring. but the “were to have campaigned”camping had rather shushed it, go one praising the mausoleum roehampton. i am so sorry to say that having been censured by the very bureaucracy of human rights, by your students, whose professors have let, without reacting if not relieved, or perhaps amused, of course it is somewhat easy to teach 20 odds without making them understand that it is not because that they enrolled human rights that they are becoming the justs, suddenly, perhaps could they thus learn the only way to change the society as well as one’s one position to destiny, mainly to be fair ad bellum and in belly. When you realize that a bunch of human rights students decide to get rid of many people (first the alternative parties, after the people that don’t speak their way in order to put on their cv that they have run a campaign that they know could not be a runner…) ready to warn the population about what was going on, get rid of these people in order to seem, to appear to be the orchestrator of the stories. That these people claim to fight for philo and arts, and cannot take a little bit of additional data- aside their reordering recorded (laudatory men try on the same petition)  commendation and admiration to their potential employers in branding that what might be the worse of anti human rights (them), to advertise for it in doing the opposite. What is an office practicing redundancies of force aiming at pose and expand human rights issues, problematic and along side though their innate antidote? It is why people does not want to hear about human rights any longer, as people does not want to have to pay allegiance and support to an office, a bureau clamming defence of human rights- and the power of the legimity that those are conferring- while being their enemies and by extension enemies of human dignity, raison and liberty.

These “human rights screwers” are the one why people have given up or are against or like it should have been will have to counter.

On the students’ petitions just listing the advertising that roehampton university did a propos the human rights section, lying publicity by the way just parroted by students signing a petition or at least writing it in being the one perfectly knowing that they were “polls hope prey”.

On human rights victims of secular seclusion.  Secessionist not between slavery pro or anti, as or there is no rights or the rights to prey on penury.

A waste of time again, I can see from there the big smile of salaries doers.

Ps:

i ll have to thank you sincerely for this, honey. Find your action on action stuff, don’t be leave thinking that these guys need much convincing. It is a time war also, they could well be paid to the postponment of deeds and leads.

On the students chasing a political groups wanting to let the population know about human rights endangered. They chase them, the so well mannered and bred student of this so well kept and quiet, on no evening booze, bouse. They chase them out of their still born pretense of campaign that would have drawn them salaries if they have been able to do it for it, fake.

  • Hi, boyz,
    You were claiming of not wanting to do an aggressive campaign. I hope you were talking about the guys that went and react to the save the human rights issues.
    Who were they? Did you quite appreciate the fact that people took time to support these issues?
    No, because at the students meeting, what you said is that the management were against your starting a ‘campaign’ (a campaign is a war term, soit dit en passant), that they had destroyed the banners with the security guards…every one was very distraught about that.
    And at the meeting with the management – exactly 4 hours later- you suddenly became very assertive about your not wanting these guys come into the story, saying this time that they were the source of violence.
    May we know what happens exactly?I did not know quiet to believe.Hey, sweet hearts, about campaigning, it is again (no, it is still) a Roehampton speciality.
    It is one of the very ‘arms’ that these people want us to give up for the profit of more laissez-faire, or better laissez aller. (meaning next time is on you the security guard, even if the only of your instruments are loose ‘polite’ letter.You said, let’s wait what the ‘the board binning it’ ’s reactions will be.
    I agreed with you, i thought that the existence of human rights curriculum- the right word thank you to the person who used it- were somewhat linked with the national decision-making- whence the possibility of waging a campaign and say something like ‘protection, promoting, peace and social stability’ ‘national vocational qualification??’ i don’t know something.

    By the way, how much correct and empathising do you desire to remain. We are actually trying to defend their own baby from subjection?

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For a more objective view of today’s protest including the occupation see our very own Nina Power’s (Senior Lecturer in Philosophy) article in the Guardian. Whilst violence should not be condoned history shows that when those in power become so arrogant to those they represent then people will rise up and take direct action. On a positive note it was excellent to see tens of thousands of students and staff campaigning together against this heinous attack on our education system. Well done to RU students for turning out in such a large number!!

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2010/nov/10/student-protests-conservative-party-hq-occupation

Student protests: we are all in this together | Nina Power | Comment is free | The Guardian

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Nina Power: The occupation of Conservative party HQ is about so much more than fees. At last the country is beginning to fight back

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might i remind you when this compain ended?

more or less when you started firing people over your cv buildings.

from the start. Write a com

I ll remind you a old adage, certainly much more than our grannies’.

Don’t ever confound virginity and profundity, sacrosanctity, scarcity and purity.

Because the campaign you would be one of those, you the one that erected themselves bright enough for not answering critics to your campaign, not the roehampton one like it was claimed to be, not the let’s save human rights but your pridity, your campain that were doing nothing, that clause in insulting people that were asking and asking you again, but what shall we do? This way cannot be winning? What did you do apart of not answering no one concern and fire the person that start commenting on what you were doing? Because you know I just wanted a little bit of a play when after 10 essays I realize that not even a words would be address on your fabrication: the still born.

I knew the campaign was to be a failure, you don’t fight injustice with flowers to who will pay.

Don’t ever confound virginity and profundity, sacrosanctity, scarcity and purity.

Because the campaign you would be one of those you would still be campaigning darling.

On the student firing as they were feinging not encompassing the danger of executing a rarity.

No student of human rights is what I try to awake in them.

Well ieasy, without even been notified, I could not enter the group setting up by them, but deemed to represent the effort of human right fighting for human rights banned by the university.

Oh I would like to thank everybody to have been concern by the bend that the lexicon was taking. Making comments on how people might express themselves, being shocked that someone wanted to talk more – to use the way words were put to do one thing complaining about participation, any how no one wanted to organize but censor. You voice one concern stuff that you did not want to read, but to be expelling, judge the matter. You know I am older than you and you know what guys you offered to yourself since you manage to do nothing for this campaing, you only act was to expel the one that at the end just was amusing the rest in revealing that no one was at ti. We could have done something in laughing a little bit. But you had made one action there, was to reassemble, do a can-do gangaroo court and give you the self satisfaction of banning someone of internet grouping using one of the most saddening internet opportunities- dead accountability. You are anti human rights, you are anti democracy.

And for the desert, no one talked to me whereas we are in the same building.

Go on writing, if I had a wish is for the ones that did not perceived it to be a grand comedy because of being unexperienced, and for those who pretend I ll tell you like in the 50’s. Shame, with one comment on it. Shame do kill… if not used to refrain liar, manipulator and greedy.

Ps: a lot of messages, as a fast typist I always slipped on entry, attacking a new message instead of continuing the liturgy.

Accused of profanity, as I was invoking pets’ name when it was too adamant that they would hear for the campaing against, solely the voice master, the dam same dame that promised us to be assassinate but deigning dinned if one would sign for her on lit = bad bed.

As for profanity, I hope you will be crying on this work on day.

We should have unit, your site has been a model of disorganization.

Read and read, people were reading reading, what had been done. Nothing, not a single action. We will, we will, we will, not a single report, conclusion, warning, resume, nothing.

But it makes sense though human rights is being scrapped that means that jobs related too. It is a coup that you were enacting. We take the subject we pass for a work group, with little titles and so and son.

We do make believe that the subjects is fought for, etc, while we are condemning after ignoring any kind of effort. Hacking, jelly mandering, obscurantism, cheap  insolence = to say oneself the boss and darwf any way people want to participate in by doing nothing while monopolizing the reins, ok…

It is a bit amazing to note how many skills might have a student, when they are but those. And it is not like I would not know how it happens, ti is not something you are unaware of, it is something you plan to do, reproducing the we won’t name philosophy and practicing. You are just whores. Talking about the bureau who did not make it talking about the one who did nothing talking about the ones who were complaining talking about me, k-rein and the ones Inner, the ones that would be under your chains, others, thinkers, human, that love. H.r.

Human rights by you is already taken by not business but crooks that hopeful won’t go indefinitely go hand in hand.

But finally that was nothing more than nothing, the campaign is dead like it deserved to be. Sharks playing offensed and cry baby.

So you, know when you understand that they are the same one playing boss in a whilst, bullying your mum and the sort, you start using bad words.

Great sensiblery of yours, while the last specialists class of the uk was scrapped before your not your eyes, but your used using yes.

 

It istyou say you can try till you are blue in the last noteface, but my friend have you tried of this campaign the great guyones you are so intimately linking with, what do you imply that think he will represent them all. After that adn woo washing twothey half have tried really? too nice of you this patently.

Response to the only person after dozens of messages later, the campain went stand still. If Ifro nothing proposing the team to unit and gather infromation about what have been tried to be done, and also to start a campaign of information at least thinkwithin our uni.

I would have like to think that they were just like me a banded imbecile, but not they were warned and no one can deny their reading and writing showing…also…

 

 

Hi Lindsey, i d like you to know that if i had not been banned from the site (sit et) for having insisted that it, eat, their only deed, the petition was a forgery persuasion of praise to the university that had been sold to the enemy, future human rights breaching industrially, instead of asking for good governance  of democracy. I would have helped you straight away i am sorry for not having been able to read you before. i also think that your proposal of at last stop monopolizing and hostageing the group supposed to lead something against or info to vex, of info to test, of info to bless, to make the issue know of at least other roehampton students and listing what had been done already of not an issue, but of our issues, of these minimum of 50 human rights students and their tutors modes, of fashion and models:  namely nothing, was the sole but great and appropriate idea of that has been, and still is as a remain of h.r dead, a waste of the time on student whinery and profs disability.

 

 

I could not resit, resist this is the last message of the campain. (came pain)

Sam

Hi everyone, good to see that the spamming problems and other problems experienced on monday have been resolved, this is looking like a proper campaign now 🙂 I Just thought i’d let you know that i’m your social sciences representative for the Student Senate (meeting with all the important people of the uni 😛 inc our vc). I think what your doing is excellent, and would like to get involved in any way I can. If you want to talk to me you can pm me….or email or

Vc= the guy that raise his sluraly as well as slavery. Salary and fees of the next to go bled.  May I also use this space to congratulate the Business School on its six new staff and 1.7 million commitment at a time when good, hard wor-king scholars in the humanities and social sciences are facing redundancies. Im sure many of them could teach business, if given the chance to do so once made redudant – AFTER THE CONSULTATION PROCESS!

C: and what if civil society is the way new age to reduce us to private gangs-e?

And the human rights only a misnomer? Name.

“Professor Paul O’Prey, vice-chancellor at Roehampton University, had a 21 per cent pay rise to £218,000, (now on £246,000) as well the ‘tax-free benefit’ of a home.” (Daily Mail)

However it is not because of being a sulbaterne of the board that the money more will be sudden loose use to your protection, belle?
from a university staff I think.
Where’s your commitment to access for the working classes to education now O’Prey. You spout about your “working class roots” at every opportunity – clearly you can be brought off too!!! £££££ Perhaps you should take a lesson from the honorable, ethical and committed first VC of RU Sister Dr Bernadette Porter who drew a salary of £103,000 and gave £100,000 of this to the Sacred Heart Order that she lived in, and lived on £3,000 a year. Why are you paid more than the VC of Kingston, Oxford Brookes and Leeds Met when they are triple the size of RU!!!! Why has RU just had to spend £2,000,000 on buying you a house to live in rent free in Putney!!! (Perhaps so you and Nick Clegg can share a Sherry at night – shame on both of you for turning blue!!!). We know about your spies reading this – Hi Christine and Michael!!! – Start being embarrassed when the requests for freedom of information about yours and the fat cats you’ve employed salaries and perks come in – oh and the fact the Director of Finance partner drafted the finance regs. Your corrupt regime won’t survive – no wonder Vince Cable doesn’t take you seriously when you screw more out of honest taxpayers than the PM!!!
The University should sell your “grace and favour” house that would mean we don’t need to close a course that is excellent and that you talk about non-stop when it suits you.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1259682/University-heads-given-pay-rises-28-cent.htm

University heads given pay rises of up to 28 per cent

www.dailymail.co.uk

Professors including Malcolm Grant of UCL had their salaries increased at the peak of the recession, and there have been further increases this year.

youruniversitythankyouverymuch

 

on the impossibility to know about the exact functioning of the funding. But still we ve got a vague hint of dismal dismissal autocracy administrative.

 

hi , look i don’ t know quite to whom i shall adress for this question, since you are the “on the ground” one…

i was wondering by what kind of system of funds the duschne building has been erected and sanctified a human rights building? by state funds? human rights allocation?

 

 

i am doing research about the funding of a building of human rights standing at roehampton university.

could you help me with these?

england helpline@equalityhumanrights.com

 

i contact the Higher Education Funding Council they told me it has probably been funded by more than a source. i contact the equality branch responsible for human rights funds they did not answer me yet.

i think i ll try to ask directly at roehampton office.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Historical materialism

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. It is not the consciousness of men that determines their existence, but their social existence that determines their consciousness. At a certain stage of development, the material productive forces of society come into conflict with the existing relations of production or — this merely expresses the same thing in legal terms — with the property relations within the framework of which they have operated hitherto. From forms of development, of the productive forces, these relations turn into their fetters. Then begins an era of social revolution. The changes in the economic foundation lead, sooner or later, to the transformation of the whole, immense, superstructure.

In studying such transformations, it is always necessary to distinguish between the material transformation of the economic conditions of production, which can be determined with the precision of natural science, and the legal, political, religious, artistic, or philosophic — in short, ideological forms in which men become conscious of this conflict and fight it out.

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Cherie Booth QC opens the Duchesne Building

Story Posted: 23 November 2006

New state-of-the-art teaching facility

Cherie Booth QC opens the Duchesne Building and launches national Human Rights Centre at Roehampton University

Leading human rights lawyer Cherie Booth QC opened the Duchesne Building yesterday, a new state-of-the-art teaching facility that will house Crucible, the national centre of excellence for human rights education.

Addressing staff, students and friends of the University, Ms Booth said she was delighted to be part of such a significant step for human rights education.

Ms Booth spoke of the importance of human rights in society, drawing on headlines ripped from today’s news, such as the issues of childhood bullying and how early the notion of human rights should be introduced to children in a context they will understand.

Chancellor John Simpson echoed Ms Booth’s sentiments, recalling his own experience: “When I started out as a journalist, human rights was a code word we used for how the Soviet treated its people, and thought we were perfect. Things have changed.”

Mr Simpson said the Crucible project was a reflection of Roehampton University’s ability and passion for tackling complex, global issues.

Vice Chancellor Professor Paul O’Prey said the building was an integral element of Roehampton University’s new strategy for campus development.

“The Duchesne building is a wonderful environment for teaching, with the latest state of the art facilities. The quality of the student experience is at the top of our agenda and we are determined to give them the best possible environment in which to learn.”

The innovative space boasts a 150-seat lecture theatre, exhibition and reception space and 13 teaching rooms, with adaptable features and internet connectivity to accommodate a variety of cutting-edge teaching activities and methods.

Crucible is funded by a £4.5m grant from the government’s Higher Education Funding Council for England. The Centre works with a range of partners, including other universities, non-government organisations (NGOs), businesses and community groups.

Its innovative new courses include leading a European Masters degree in Human Rights Practice, funded by the European Commission under its prestigious Erasmus Mundus programme and delivered in collaboration with universities in Norway and Sweden.

The new building is named in honour of Rose-Phillipine Duchesne, educational pioneer and early founder of the Society of the Sacred Heart, which founded Roehampton University’s Digby Stuart College in 1874. Philippine Duchesne pioneered free education for Native Americans in the Mid-West in the early nineteenth century, teaching Potawatomi girls in a log cabin, in the most basic of conditions, at Sugar Creek, Kansas.

“With her spirit of adventure, her commitment to bringing education as a human right to all peoples of the world, no matter what their social or economic standing, Philippine would have been both amazed and delighted at what we are celebrating today,” said Professor O’Prey.

(The same guy that announces fees for lust higher education and human rights scrapping 5 years after while the guys saying we don’t have much is are raising its their own salaries.)

Firstly edited a letter to the head of SS social sickhences. Sciences. As our own chief of department judged h.r a minor affairs.

It has to be done as that academic as the head of the human rights department (and prof of democracy) and as the department was under ablation took the stance of saying that Human Rights (h.r) was a subsubject to sociology; whereas H.R is even not only a social sicence, silenced, but is a field that is as independent as it ought to be in interdependence with every other matters concerning humans, humanity and their consequential doings and activities.

He also said that humans rights surviving arts was only to be found in the first generation of rights (namely liberal rights = civil and political rights), also relegating all other rights (one example amongst thousands: the right of a sustainable economy, consumption and production) to non rights.

As a conclusion I d like to give you another idea:

Human rights students mounting a project that would have been thought as an expensive one, extensive one, to protect?? The ensured “”the right to euthanasia””.

With as a buttress to say that it was nice to abridge people distress.

I ll leave it to you, I wish I was the traitress.

But I, you ve, got the right to be euthanasiaed.

On overpopulation, on the old (that are not to be seen in the streets already as they are pushed away exactly like the bikes by the cars that no one came with the idea to fine when they almost twice a day almost run over one guy) and differently able stigma (who are left without job but with the certain future of being scrapped from the genetic tank of the new engeneering that form themselves thinking that mercy killing is the management of their positions and  situations’ great idea). Of the diseases in this spiritual world knowing but throuwing out, of the illness that will widespread as much as exterminated wildness has been.