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Fiona Fullerton receives generous donation from the Hospital Saturday Fund AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 www.hsf.eu.com. Tagged with: Celebrity Funding END Advertisement Fiona became involved with the Samantha Dickson Brain Tumour Trust in 2006 when she was invited to become a Patron. With brain tumours being the biggest cancer killer of people under 40 and the second most common childhood cancer after Leukaemia; Fiona felt passionately that more needs to be done in addressing the lack of awareness with regard to brain tumours in the UK. Since supporting the charity and its founders Neil and Angela Dickson, Fiona has become one of its most active Patrons making numerous personal appearances to help raise the profile of the charity. Howard Lake | 16 July 2008 | News Keith Bradley, Chief Executive of The Hospital Saturday Fund, told those at the presentation held at Guildhall, London ‘The aims and ideals of our founders and what happened in the early years has not been forgotten. Being a charitable organisation we are able to channel surplus money from the health plan back into the community by way of donations to medical charities, hospitals and hospices’. Actress and Writer Fiona Fullerton, best known for playing Alice in “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and the KGB spy, Pola Ivanova, in the 1985 Bond film “A View to Kill”, and now as a weekly property columnist for the Daily Telegraph, was presented a generous cheque for £5,000 by John Greenwood, Chairman of The Hospital Saturday Fund, for the charity, Samantha Dickson Brain Tumour Trust, of which she is a Patron For all press enquiries please contact Siarah Khan at CCD PRTel: 020 7434 4100 or email: [email protected] The Hospital Saturday Fund has been in existence since 1873 and was formed to give working people an opportunity to contribute to the upkeep of their local hospitals on payday, which was Saturday, hence the name. Since the NHS came into being in 1948 the Fund grew into a health cash plan and now, under the name of HSF health plan, its contributors receive many health related benefit payments and grants towards the everyday costs of a visit to the dentist or optician as well as some of those associated with a hospital admission. If you would like more information about HSF health plan or the charity work of The Hospital Saturday Fund itself, call 020 7202 1304 or go to 55 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
News Statement of the meeting of the civil society delegates of the 3rd UN Inter-Agency meeting on the Safety of Journalists and the issue of Impunity. Organisation RSF_en Help by sharing this information We, the undersigned participants of the meeting of the civil society delegates of the 3rd UN Inter-Agency meeting on the Safety of Journalists and the Issue of Impunity, that took place on the 4th November, 2014:• Reaffirm our support for the UN Plan of Action on the Safety of Journalists and the Issue of Impunity while recommending a stronger strategic focus on engaging all stakeholders at domestic levels to implement the plan, given the time passed since its launch; • In particular, welcome emphasis on the preventive and protective safety measures outlined in the Plan of Action but encourage more consistent and less disconnected actions at country level to guarantee such precautionary measures; • Believe that national mechanisms need to be further developed and strengthened to ensure a broad-based, comprehensive and inclusive approach, based on local ownership; • Recognize the need for political will and action by UN member states and other authorities to implement the Plan;• Appreciate the efforts to map and continue to identify good practices with the expectation that they can be shared among civil society and media and replicated where appropriate to inspire implementation of the Plan of Action. But we recommend more robust use and application of these practices at country level;• Agree to support implementation of the Plan of Action in mutual cooperation and partnership among international, regional and national stakeholders, while also monitoring and assessing the Plan’s impact. • We recognize that more needs to be done among international NGOs to ensure more efficient coordination at country level in order to support and facilitate the achievement of the targets set in the action plan; • Underscore the need to comply with the decisions of regional mechanisms to address impunity and ensure effective implementation of such structures where they exist; • While recalling obligations of the UN and its member states to prevent attacks and combat impunity globally, we recommend implementation of the Plan of Action in a comprehensive manner,• Note that increased awareness the UN Action Plan among UN institutions as well as member states and the media themselves is crucial to its successful implementation, and undertake to increase our own efforts to enhance awareness of the Plan among journalists,• Encourage regular and timely reviews of the progress of the UN Action Plan by all stakeholders.Signed by: ARTICLE 19Association of European JournalistsCentre for Freedom of the MediaCentre for Law and DemocracyCommittee to Protect Journalists Deutsche Welle Doha Centre for Media FreedomEuropean Federation of JournalistsFree Press UnlimitedInternational Federation of JournalistsInternational Media SupportInternational News Safety InstituteInternational Press InstituteInternational Women’s Media FoundationIREX EuropeIREXIrish Centre for Human RightsMedia Legal Defence InitiativeProgram on Independent Journalism, Open Society FoundationsPEN International Reporters Without BordersWorld Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA)World Press Freedom Committee November 4, 2014 – Updated on January 25, 2016 UN meeting on safety of journalists
Google+ Previous articleOne Catholic school set to close in Derry CityNext articleDonegal VEC Chair welcome Coughlan’s appointment as Education Minister News Highland Google+ New workers group to plot industrial action WhatsApp Pinterest Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Twitter Facebook Pinterest News WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Twitter By News Highland – March 24, 2010 Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week NPHET ‘positive’ on easing restrictions – Donnelly The newly formed Donegal Public & Civil Service Workers Alliance holds a public meeting this evening to organise a campaign of action in the county.The Alliance hopes that a coordinating committee will be formed from tonight’s meeting to organise how the alliance develops.At a recent meeting of public sector unions in Letterkenny, it was noted that 40% of the workers in the town are employed in the public service.The unions argue that public sector wage cuts represent a loss of millions to the economy per annum in Donegal, and that’s hurting local businesses and threatening jobs in a county with an unemployment rate that is already twice the national average.Out of that meeting, it was decided to initiate a local campaign, and tonight’s public meeting in the Ramada Hotel is the next step in that process.The alliance says it’s anticipated that a committee will be put in place to coordinate the strategy, which will involve forming alliances with all groups and sectors in civil society which have an interest in securing a fair alternative to solving the economic crisis.
News UpdatesA H Vishwanath Disqualified; Disqualification To Be Considered While Nominating Him As Minister : Karnataka High Court Mustafa Plumber30 Nov 2020 4:04 AMShare This – xThe Karnataka High Court on Monday held a prima facie view that Member of Legislative Council A.H. Vishwanath, has incurred disqualification under Article 164 (1) (b) and Article 361 (B) of the Constitution of India, till the expiry of the term of the Legislative Council-May 2021, while two other nominees R. Shankar, and N. Nagaraj (MTB) have not. A division bench of…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Karnataka High Court on Monday held a prima facie view that Member of Legislative Council A.H. Vishwanath, has incurred disqualification under Article 164 (1) (b) and Article 361 (B) of the Constitution of India, till the expiry of the term of the Legislative Council-May 2021, while two other nominees R. Shankar, and N. Nagaraj (MTB) have not. A division bench of Chief Justice Abhay Oka and Justice S Vishwajith Shetty while hearing on a batch of petition seeking to restrain the Chief Minister and Governor from affirming oath to them into the Council of Ministers said “It is not prima facie established that R Shankar and N Nagaraj have been disqualified under Article 164 (1) (b) and 361(B). We hold that A H Vishwanath, ex-facie attracts disqualification under Article 164 (1) (b) and Article 361 (B).” The bench said “Honourable Chief Minister, while making recommendation to Honourable Governor on nominating Ministers will have to take into consideration the issue of disqualification incurred by A H Vishwanath. Similarly, even if recommendation is made by Honourable CM, the Honorable Governor is bound to consider the aspect of disqualification incurred by A H Vishwanath.” Advocate Prashant Bhushan appearing for petitioner Harisha A.S had alleged that the three respondents are given a back door entry into the Legislative Council with the sole purpose of inducting them into the Council of Ministers even though Vishwanath and Nagaraj had lost in the byelections in their respective Assembly constituencies, after their disqualification. Moreover, Shankar did not contest the Assembly elections, the plea stated. The plea states that to become eligible to be appointed as a Minister, a disqualified member of the Assembly will have to get “re-elected” to the same House during the same period in which he was disqualified, by contesting in an election from the Assembly constituency. The three respondents were “not eligible” to be appointed as Ministers and in politically remunerative posts because of the prohibitions imposed in constitutional provisions and the observations of the apex court of November 13, 2019, which had upheld the order passed the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly in July last year disqualifying them from the Assembly, the plea stated. Advocate General Prabhuling K Navadgi and the respondents had opposed the petition on the grounds that they were filed prematurely. A H Vishwanath, R Shankar and Nagaraj were part of the 17 MLAs who resigned last year leading to the downfall of the JD(S)-Congress government led by H D Kumaraswamy.Shankar belonged to KPJP, Nagaraj to Congress and Vishwanath to JD(S). They were held to the disqualified under the anti-defection law by the Speaker last year and the Supreme Court upheld the disqualification.Vishwanath lost the bye-elections contested on BJP ticket.Click here to read/download the order Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
Tagged: cornell, global climate strike, ithaca, ithaca college, protest, rally Protesters carried signs Friday that read, “There is no Planet B,” “I’m studying for a future that’s being destroyed” and “Our house is on fire.” Here are a few photos of Ithaca’s day of climate action, both on the Ithaca Commons and at Stewart Park. All photos by Managing Editor Kelsey O’Connor. Click any photo to see a larger version. An estimated 1,200 people gathered by the Bernie Milton Pavilion on the Commons for Ithaca’s part in the Global Climate Strike. It was one of thousands of demonstrations across the country and globe Friday. Millions of people took to the streets to urge leaders around the world to step up and combat climate change. Kelsey O’Connor is the managing editor for the Ithaca Voice. Questions? Story tips? Contact her at [email protected] and follow her on Twitter @bykelseyoconnor. More by Kelsey O’Connor ITHACA, N.Y. — Hundreds of young people in Ithaca took to the streets Friday to strike for the climate. “The climate crisis is an emergency – we want everyone to start acting like it,” the organizing page states. “We need everyone who can to band together to help push forward legislation that can work to improve the outlook — to slow our current warming, to ensure a sustainable future for my generation, for future generations. Showing up today is an important step but we must make sure to keep moving forward. Our time is running out,” Lux said. Speakers who addressed the large crowd Friday demanded a Green New Deal, respect of indigenous land, environmental justice, sustainable agriculture, and an immediate end to burning fossil fuels. Part of the mission of the Global Climate Strike is to draw attention to climate change as an emergency. [Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”33″ gal_title=”Global Climate Strike”] With the strikes, young people are putting pressure on world leaders to act. The demonstrations come a few days ahead of the UN Climate Action Summit, which will bring leaders from different sectors – politics, business, and others – to discuss concrete plans to address the global climate emergency. The rallying continued later at Stewart Park, with several speakers including students, scientists and activists. One speaker was Franny Lux, a student at Lehman Alternative Community School. Kelsey O’Connor The Ithaca Commons was the meeting place for the many students that streamed down from Cornell University and Ithaca College, from Ithaca High School, LACS, and other local schools with handmade signs. They chanted for a Green New Deal and shouted in unison, “Fossil fuels have got to go.”
The Bears also come in at 11-6 and 5-1 in league play. Written by Star guard, junior Jerrick Harding, scores 21.7 points per game for the Wildcats and shoots 86.4 percent at the foul line. January 18, 2019 /Sports News – Local Weber State Hosts Northern Colorado Saturday FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailOGDEN, Utah-Saturday, Weber State men’s basketball hosts Northern Colorado as they continue their Big Sky Conference season. Brad James Weber State scores 82.6 points per game and surrenders 74.1 points per contest. Northern Colorado’s leading scorer is senior guard Jordan Davis (24.3 points per game). Tags: Big Sky/Jerrick Harding/Jordan Davis/Northern Colorado/Weber State Men’s Basketball The Wildcats are currently 11-6 and 5-1 in conference games. The Bears come in scoring 80.1 points per game and surrendering 72.8 points per contest.