Dispute Resolution Foundation to Celebrate 15-Year Anniversary UncategorizedJanuary 8, 2009 RelatedDispute Resolution Foundation to Celebrate 15-Year Anniversary RelatedDispute Resolution Foundation to Celebrate 15-Year Anniversary RelatedDispute Resolution Foundation to Celebrate 15-Year Anniversary FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Several activities have been planned to mark the Dispute Resolution Foundation’s (DRF) 15th anniversary this year, which has also been proclaimed National Year for Dispute Resolution.The activities include the launch of parish exhibitions and a schools’ competition; Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) workshops for sports and entertainment leaders; a one-day conference for tourism leaders; a gala awards function in July; a heroes of peace family fun day and concert in October, and a thanksgiving service in December. Several parish mediation, and peace and justice centre visits are also scheduled to take place.Details of the events were unveiled during a DRF media briefing at the Courtleigh Hotel in Kingston on Wednesday (Jan. 7).Board member of the DRF, John Bassie said this year, the DRF will also be placing emphasis on enhancing the delivery of court and commercial mediation services under Part 74 of the Supreme Court Civil Procedure Rules, which provides for most civil cases listed for trial in the High Court, to be automatically referred to mediation, once the first defence is filed. A mediator is either selected from a designated roster within 35 days, or one is appointed by the DRF, and a date, thereafter, set for the parties involved to meet. Attorneys and clients duly authorised to settle the matter, are required to attend and endeavour to reach a settlement.Other activities scheduled for roll out, Mr. Bassie disclosed, are the publication of a seminal study on the attitudes, concepts, and prevalence of conflicts, and violence reduction initiatives in some 30 schools; and the institution of a number of community-based justice programmes and service, in partnership with the Ministry of Justice.Regionally, Mr. Bassie said plans are also being made to consolidate work and partnerships established with fellow stakeholders in Belize, Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, Bahamas, and the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS). He further advised that the Foundation will seek to establish formal relationships with the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), to provide services to the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME), the Caribbean Court of Justice, as well as in matters pertaining to the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA).Noting security, violence, and governance; and business disputes arising from global and local economic developments, as the two main challenges which Jamaica will have to contend with during 2009, the DRF director said that in addressing these matters, there will be need to strengthen existing partnerships, and establish new ones with several key stakeholders. These include: the Ministry of Justice; the Caribbean chapter of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators; private corporations; international development partners; communities; and young people.Chairman of the DRF, Novar McDonald, who also addressed 0the briefing, noted several significant achievements, which the organisation has attained during its 15 years. These, he pointed out, include: the establishment of 16 service points across the island to deal with disputes arising in communities; implementation of dispute resolution initiatives in some 30 target schools in Kingston and St. Andrew, St. Catherine, and St. James; implementation of the school suspension programme, which aims to provide youngsters who have been suspended from school with the necessary support and channels through which they can discuss matters contributing to the disruption in their attending school, while ensuring that they are in good stead with their academics.Other achievements, which the Chairman highlighted, include a 61 per cent success rate in the cases in which the DRF has mediated, and extensive training programmes undertaken in the wider Caribbean.Counsellor, and Head of Development Cooperation at the Canadian Agency for International Development (CIDA), one of the DRF’s key partners, Lorriane Belisle, noted that both organisations have had a long-standing relationship through the Foundation’s work funded by CIDA. Some of these activities include: training of correctional officers and inmates at the Tower Street Correctional Centre, and South Camp Rehab Centre in Kingston, in dispute resolution in the 1990s; design and delivery of several initiatives under the Social Conflict and Legal Reform Project, inclusive of: the establishment of community Peace and Justice Centres in Trench Town, Kingston, and Flankers, Montego Bay, St. James; and development of a Restorative Justice Policy for Jamaica.“CIDA is committed to supporting the Government of Jamaica’s justice reform agenda, and values the DRF’s role as a key partner in these reforms, based on its track record of high quality, appropriate, and innovative services,” Mrs. Belisle said.The DRF was also presented with a cheque for $200,000 by Manager of Corporate and Regulatory Affairs at Carreras Limited, Rhys Campbell, which will go towards enhancing the work and activities being undertaken at the Spanish Town Peace and Justice Centre.On Tuesday (Jan. 6), Governor-General, His Excellency, the Most Hon. Professor Sir Kenneth Hall, declared 2009 as the National Year of Dispute Resolution, during a ceremony at King’s House. Advertisements
State-wide grant recipients for 2021 Youth Week WA announced $79,980 funding for 2021 Youth Week WA grants programGrants to help fund 44 separate events and activities planned across WAYouth Week WA runs from 9 -16 April Youth Minister Dave Kelly today announced the successful applicants for the 2021 Youth Week WA grants program.Funding from the McGowan Government’s Youth Week WA grants program will assist 44 youth-focused community organisations and local governments stage a diverse range of events and activities across the State during this year’s Youth Week WA.Grants of up to $1,500 were available to eligible organisations as a contribution to activities or events celebrating Youth Week WA 2021, and grants of up to $3,000 were available for collaborative, community-wide events involving a range of partners.Youth Week WA, which runs from April 9-16 this year, is an annual State-wide celebration of the significant contributions that young people make to our communityAs an annual week dedicated to young people, Youth Week provides young Western Australians with the opportunity to express their ideas, raise important issues, make decisions and connect with each other.The opportunity to participate in Youth Week WA takes on greater significance for young people this year, following the challenges they have faced over the last 12 months and the forced cancellation of last year’s event due to the COVID-19 pandemic.For more information about Youth Week WA, visit https://www.communities.wa.gov.au/youthweekwaAs stated by Youth Minister Dave Kelly:“Youth Week WA is the State’s largest annual celebration of young people aged 10 to 25.“By supporting Youth Week WA events and activities, the McGowan Government is providing young people right across the State with an opportunity to have their voices heard and their contributions celebrated.“Many of the events and activities are planned, developed and organised by enthusiastic and dedicated young people, giving them a great platform to develop and showcase their skills and talents.“The 2021 theme for Youth Week WA is “Our Path”, and calls on young people to express what is important to them and reflect on their life journey and the choices they make for their future.” /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:Australia, community, covid-19, future, Government, grants program, Minister, pandemic, visit, WA, Western Australia, Youth
ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Celeste Cook Celeste Cook is founder and President/CEO of cuStrategies, LLC, which provides strategic planning services, consulting services, and training programs to the credit union industry. She is also a keynote … Web: www.cu-strategies.com Details Credit unions have a golden opportunity to reach out and capture quality profitable loans in today’s economic landscape. As Mark DeBellis states in his book, Reflections Through the Windshield: “Now is not the time to continuing doing what we have always done. In the midst of change lies opportunity. Credit unions must rethink, outthink, and innovate!”That said, your credit union is full of potential growth possibilities. Researching and discovering creative lending and marketing strategies can spark new business simply by reaching out and trying something new, which may spark your employees’ enthusiasm, as well. One area to look at: Members who have filed bankruptcy and have been recently discharged and the potential they have for your credit union’s growth.Let’s step back for a second. Bankruptcy used to be something of a “scarlet letter” of our day – symbolically, of course. Ever since the recession, however, it’s not quite the sign of scorn it used to be – especially for those who have faced challenges in their lives such as job loss, income loss, devastating medical issues, and/or divorce.In an economy where layoffs remain pervasive, job loss and income loss are key factors that affect financial wellbeing. For example, people in communities across the nation who have never been unemployed and have never been faced with the inability to pay their debt are now experiencing this devastating reality. Bankruptcy provides a way back to normalcy, a fresh start. But are these fresh start consumers good for your credit union’s business? Yes, and here’s why.Folks who are repeat filers are the ones you want to avoid like warm, sticky molasses on a hot, humid summer’s day. Folks who have only filed once – who have faced a devastating event in their life such as job loss, income loss, medical, or divorce and always paid their bills prior to filing – are the new opportunities for you.Recently discharged bankruptcies may be a “good risk” for your credit union. These folks have no debt, they can’t file again for up to six years, and your credit union earns higher yields on its loans. All good things.If you decide to market to these individuals, here are some good indicators to consider in your lending guidelines that will help you identify quality profitable loan opportunities and manage your risk.Bankruptcy due to medical, divorce, job loss, or income lossAlways paid bills prior to filingLiving at the same address two-to-three years prior to filingHas the same or similar occupationHas a comparable salary or low DTI and Unsecured DTIFolks who have experienced bankruptcy are most likely not going to openly discuss their bankruptcy experience because they deem it to be a stigma and are embarrassed. Furthermore, because some of the largest financial institutions in the nation market aggressively to these individuals, they generally don’t think to seek out their local credit union as a partner to help get them back on track.Credit unions seeking to increase quality profitable loans and minimize risks can reach out to this sector by marketing a fresh-start program to help these folks get their credit score and their credit back on track. This new beginning means providing these folks with:Secured credit card (can offer a quick bounce back of credit score up to 50 points*)Checking with e-statementsAuto loan 80% LTV (C Paper Rate)Auto loan 100% LTV (E Paper Rate)1/4 % rate discount with payroll direct deposit into checking with e-Statements1/4 % rate discount with automatic loan payment1/2 % rate discount with payment protectionWith good payment history for12 months we will refinance auto loan at lower interest one time during the life of loan provided their credit score has improved and they have had no late pays, no additional inquiries, no new trade lines opened, and no maxed out credit cards during the previous 12 months.With this creative strategy in mind, it’s time to engage your staff to grow loans – even for recent bankruptcy filers. Author James C. Penney stated, “It is the service we are not obliged to give that customers value most.”Mention this quote to companies like Nordstrom, Costco, Apple, Amazon, In-n-Out Burger, etc., and they know this mantra very well. That philosophy is a big part of their success.Do you think a bank will loan to somebody with a bankruptcy on their record? Absolutely – and with exorbitant interest rates and fees. But conducting your due diligence, the bankruptcy market can yield great results for your credit union. At the same time, you can offer better solutions to these folks saving them hundreds of thousands of dollars in interest and fees over their lifetime.This point segues to turning your loan officers into proactive financial partners, such as never denying a loan again. Try deferring it. A denied loan is a lost loan opportunity for life, while a deferred loan is a future loan opportunity. Always focus on what you can do for the member today like reviewing their credit report and pointing out where improvements can be made to avoid another financial snafu. In fact, you can steal every loan opportunity off their credit report that isn’t a credit union loan. It’s called opportunity.An ugly duckling consumer with a low credit score can very well be a beautiful swan for your credit union tomorrow with your help. And believe me, there are people out there looking for financial help to get back on the right track and rebuild their credit after a black eye such as bankruptcy.You can proactively teach them how they can manage, protect, and raise their credit score for future loan opportunities. Be a trusted financial partner.To achieve these goals of being a trusted financial partner to spot and help financially distressed consumers, you need to:Establish a marketing plan to market to this sector: a monthly report from the credit bureaus listing all bankruptcies discharged in the last 30 daysTrain your loan officer to become financial solution partnersOffer free credit score analyses (CSAs)Offer one-on-one consultationsOffer Credit Score Management Seminars (one-hour lunch and learns) to businesses in the communitySo what are you doing differently to increase loan growth and profitability? Are you stepping out of your comfort zone and looking for new opportunities?
At the upcoming SATELLITE 2020 event next week, W. L. Gore & Associates will be showcasing a broad portfolio of GORE Space Cables and Assemblies for traditional and NewSpace applications. The company will be present in Booth 756 at the event which is scheduled to take place from March 9-12 in Washington DC.At their booth, they will showcase GORE Space Cables that ensure non-stop power is distributed, and continuous high-speed data is transmitted in critical systems. These ESCC-qualified cables are available in small, lightweight, and flexible packages to save valuable weight for critical subsystems in low-earth orbit (LEO) and geostationary earth orbit (GEO) applications.Also displayed will be ESA-qualified GORE Spaceflight Microwave/RF Assemblies for high-power, high-frequency, high-flex, and high-density applications. With robust connector options, they ensure quality signals, low loss, excellent phase stability, and outstanding shielding effectiveness from DC to 40 GHz. Diameter sizes range from 1.2 mm (0.047 in) to 8.1 mm (0.320 in) to meet mass-driven or insertion loss application requirements. Gore also offers advanced solutions for thermal extremes, multipaction, low PIM (Passive Intermodulation), and radiation resistance.Building on a long spaceflight heritage, Gore will showcase innovative solutions for the NewSpace economy. GORE Space Cables and Assemblies are qualified to appropriate NASA, ESA, and Technology Readiness Levels (TRL) specifications. These low-risk and cost-effective solutions are designed to meet demanding LEO/MEO program schedules, such as global connectivity and Earth observation.All of Gore’s solutions have been thoroughly tested and approved according to stringent industry requirements for traditional space and NewSpace applications. They are engineered with robust materials that withstand extreme temperatures, harsh chemicals, cut-through, abrasion, material creep, atomic oxygen, and more.For more information about GORE Space Cables and Assemblies for traditional and NewSpace applications, visit Gore at SATELLITE 2020 in Washington, DC, from March 9 to 12.Click here to view more news and product highlights from SATELLITE 2020.
Germany midfielder Marco Reus on Saturday became the latest player to pull out of the global football showcase, joining the likes of Frank Ribery, Radamel Falcao, Theo Walcott and several other big names who will be watching the World Cup in between trips to the doctor or physio.Dutch coach Raymond Verheijen, who has in the past helped condition Netherlands, South Korean and Russian players for European Championships and World Cups, has long been a critic of over-training and blamed it for increasing injuries.He said national coaches need to wind back the amount of training they put their squads through at the end of long club seasons.“Their players are still fit, but they are tired,” he told The Associated Press in a telephone interview. “Players have to rest. It’s the opposite of club preparations at the start of a season.”He called the intensive training regimes of many national coaches “Russian roulette,” saying that overtraining is a key cause of muscle injuries.Football is, of course, a fast and physical sport and not all injuries can be attributed to exhaustion, but many of the stars at the World Cup had barely finished their club seasons when they had to report to rigorous national training camps. Any lingering aches and pains they accumulated have no time to recover.Former Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio told Gazetta dello Sport that England’s campaign in the strength-sapping heat of Brazil will likely suffer due to the Premier League’s non-stop season.“They do not have a winter break,” Di Canio said. “It’s nice to play at Christmas, but they pay the price for this in June when the fatigue can be devastating.”Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari said he has not considered resting Neymar or any other players because of the recent wave of injuries.So-called “friendly” tune-up matches in recent weeks have also shattered plenty of World Cup dreams.Reus twisted his left ankle while challenging Artur Yedigaryan in the first half of Germany’s friendly against Armenia — part of the team’s buildup to the World Cup in Brazil.“The strange thing is that they’ve all been traumatic injuries, ” Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini said of injuries to Reus and midfielder Riccardo Montolivo, who broke the tibia bone in his left leg last weekend during a warm-up match with Ireland.England midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s World Cup is in doubt after he sustained ligament damage in his right knee during a friendly against Ecuador in Miami Gardens on Wednesday.Nevertheless, Verheijen says such matches are vital to coaches in forging one team out of players from several different clubs.“They have to build up rhythm,” he said.Sometimes, players can be one another’s worst enemies. Netherlands winger Arjen Robben was furious at a hard tackle from behind by Ghana defender Rashid Sumaila last month. Friendly games are often far from friendly, as Brazil and Serbia showed in a feisty game on Friday.“I’d have liked to hit him, but you can’t do that,” Robben, who was not injured, said after the match.The lengthening list of absentees from the World Cup starting in Sao Paulo on Thursday would form a strong world all-star team.News of the partial ligament tear in Reus’ left ankle came a day after France winger Franck Ribery pulled out of the tournament after failing to overcome a back injury.Monaco striker Falcao was left out of Colombia’s squad after failing to recover from a knee injury.Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal said he had to jettison his preferred 4-3-3 formation after key midfielder Kevin Strootman wrecked his knee playing for AS Roma.Among other players absent from football’s greatest stage:—Belgium striker Christian Benteke ruptured an Achilles tendon in April.—Mexican midfielders Juan Carlos Medina, who injured his ankle during practice three weeks ago and Luis Montes, who broke his right fibula in a match against Ecuador last Saturday.—Croatia lost its only left back Danijel Pranjic during a friendly against Australia.—Spanish goalkeeper Victor Valdes tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee in March.—Veteran Netherlands midfielder Rafael van der Vaart is out with a calf muscle injury in his right leg.Some potential stars of the Brazil tournament are weary and hurting but determined to play on.Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo resumed training Saturday after recovering from tendinitis and a muscle injury, both in his left leg.Ivory Coast coach Sabri Lamouchi says that Yaya Toure, star of Manchester City’s English Premier League-winning team, has a leg injury and is fatigued but is expected to play.Robin van Persie, striker at Toure’s crosstown rival Manchester United, will also be playing despite a sore groin.“It is not an injury, but he can feel it. He has been feeling it for a long time,” Van Gaal said after the Netherlands’ first training session in Rio.Playing through the pain barrier is the norm for players like Van Persie, the Dutch captain and top scorer.“He plays with it and he has always played with it,” Van Gaal said. “Every player has pains.”____Associated Press reporters covering teams in the World Cup contributed to this story.
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Sammie Coates (14) fails to come up with a catch against the Detroit Lions during the first half of an NFL preseason football game in Pittsburgh, Pa, on Friday, Aug. 12, 2016. (AP Photo/Jared Wickerham) PITTSBURGH (AP) — Second-year Steelers cornerback Doran Grant had an interception return for a touchdown, receiver Sammie Coates committed two costly fumbles and rookie defensive back Sean Davis settled in after a shaky start in his first NFL game. Davis also committed a 15-yard horse-collar penalty before settling down, snuffing out a screen in the red zone and starting the second half at safety. “I had a terrible start,” he said. “I had a couple mistakes that I never do. I just have to learn from them and fight back.” But moments of inconsistency occasionally surface and it happened again Friday against the Lions. He bobbled a pass before a reception and fumbled two plays later, which led to a Lions’ field goal. Coates fumbled again later on an end-around. Coates has dazzled at times during training camp, displaying his deceptive speed and playing taller than his 6-foot-1 frame for quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and others. That seems to be the case for Grant, too. Grant said he lost weight and entered camp in better shape compared with his rookie season. He’s also adjusting better to the speed of the game and route concepts. “The more I was out there, the more comfortable I got,” he said. “The first (game) felt good,” said Davis, the Steelers’ second-round pick. “I was a little nervous, I’m not going to lie, but once I was out there, it was just playing football again.”Davis, a safety who got the start at first-team slot cornerback, bounced off veteran wide receiver Anquan Boldin for a missed tackle on third-and-6 during the Lions’ opening drive.“I had nerves and tried to make up for it and crush him, but I didn’t know he was that big,” said Davis, who had a reputation as a hard-hitting safety at Maryland. Grant, the Steelers’ 2015 fourth-round pick, was initially released before the season started but added to the practice squad after clearing waivers. He was later promoted to the active roster and appeared in three games. “I’d say that’s a strong part of my game,” he said. “I just did my job.” “That year on the practice squad really helped me a lot development-wise,” Grant said. It certainly showed against the Lions, with Grant appearing confident in space, finishing with a team-best eight tackles, including seven solo. Despite his progress, Grant realizes there aren’t any guarantees in the NFL.“I thought there was a good opportunity last year, but it’s the same every year,” he said. “You have to come in, ready to go and compete.”Coates expects to rebound after fumbling twice against the Lions. “I can’t go back and change anything about this game,” Coates said. “I fumbled twice and I have to fix it. I just have to be more careful with the ball.” Grant’s biggest moment came early in the second when he picked off Dan Orlovsky and returned the interception 39 yards for a touchdown. “I was just playing my position and reacting,” Grant said. “I caught the ball, completed it and took it all the way.” “I tried to do too much, being careless with the ball and leaving it unprotected,” he said. “It’s about being a great player and great players find a way to bounce back.” The Steelers anticipate a big jump from Coates in his second season as he helps fill the void after young, talented receiver Martavis Bryant was suspended one year for violating the league’s substance-abuse policy. Coates displayed his potential during the AFC Divisional playoff game against Denver with 61 yards on two receptions, including a 37-yard catch-and-run. He expects more this season — but first wants to rebound from the game against Detroit. It was a “welcome to the NFL” moment for three young Pittsburgh players in particular during Friday’s 30-17 preseason loss to the Detroit Lions.
Hawks Foundation’s court dedication will be similar to this one at Grant Park in Atlanta.DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. — On Saturday, Sept. 10, the Atlanta Hawks Foundation will unveil its fourth community basketball court of the summer, partnering with DeKalb County Parks and Recreation to provide an outside playing surface at Gresham Park. Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famer and Hawks Alumnus Dominique Wilkins will offer remarks on behalf of the organization. Joining Wilkins is fellow Hawks Alum Dion Glover, who participated in sports programs at the park as a youth.Officials from DeKalb County, including Interim CEO Lee May, District 3 Commissioner Larry Johnson, District 6 Commissioner Kathie Gannon and Parks and Rec Director Marvin Billups will also bring greetings.Immediately following the speaking program, Hawks Alum Charlie Criss and Glover will coach teams from DeKalb County Parks and Rec in a youth basketball showcase on the new court.V-103 radio personality and Hawks PA Announcer Ryan Cameron will serve as emcee, with fellow V-103 personality DJ Big Tigger providing a musical soundtrack for the event. Team mascot Harry the Hawk, the Atlanta Hawks Cheerleaders and the interactive Flight Crew are scheduled to attend and engage attendees in activities for the entire family.The free community celebration will feature refreshments for guests and is open to the public.
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