All Blog Posts Tagged 'Police' (11)

Potato

After Wheat, Maize, Rice, Potato is the fourth largest food crop in the world. Without the discovery of Potato, the present day junk food would have been tasteless. It is used by almost all living human beings. Because of his mingling nature, Potato has got a prestigious position in whole vegetable fraternity around the world. Potato commonly known as "ALOO" in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh,Afghanistan is cooked in various dishes. There is a famous…

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Added by Sardar Irfan on September 8, 2014 at 3:50am — No Comments

Breaking the Brass Ceiling: Policewomen Around the World (PHOTOS)

This photo essay, written by Inclusive Security’s Kristin Williams, originally appeared in Global Post.

This week, tens of thousands of law enforcement officers from around the world will gather in Washington, DC to celebrate National Police Week.

Women are climbing the ranks of police forces in…

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Added by Inclusive Security on May 15, 2014 at 10:19am — No Comments

New Tool Kit for Civil Society Women to Transform Security Sector Reform

Despite international laws and policies mandating women’s participation in security sector reform (SSR), women’s perspectives are often discounted or overlooked. Women in civil society can also find themselves outside of discussions about security and unsure how to engage in them.

To address this gap, The Institute for Inclusive Security and The Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of the Armed Forces (DCAF) are launching an…

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Added by Inclusive Security on February 28, 2013 at 3:37pm — No Comments

Nepal: Disappearing Security in Occlusion

Nepal: Fully responsible and accountable governance and government, both are the essential conditions to a successful security system. The national security leaders as well as high ranking officials must work hard to resolve the security lapses problem properly, otherwise they should quite immediately from their public posts in ethical and moral ground.…





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Added by Krishna H. Pushkar on January 11, 2010 at 12:30pm — No Comments

News [5.11.09]

Originally posted at Enjoy Mediation

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Panel recommends Harvard ombudsman to bridge police, campus 'schism'

An independent committee recommended today that Harvard University create a public-safety ombudsman and take other steps to mend the at-times rocky relationship between the campus police force and the diverse community it patrols.

The committee,… Continue

Added by Jeff Thompson on May 10, 2009 at 6:00pm — No Comments

ADR News

Originally posted on 04.28.09 at Enjoy Mediation

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Fiji Under Pressure to Allow International Mediators

“What we are hoping is that the UN will continue to engage in the dialogue and mediation process to do with Fiji in partnership with the Commonwealth and obviously working through the Pacific Forum.”

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Added by Jeff Thompson on April 30, 2009 at 8:30am — No Comments

Mediation Program so Successful, It's goingto be Canceled!

Originally posted at Enjoy Mediation 03.27.09 Note: for active news links, click above link



Mediation Program on the Chopping Block



That's right, despite the fact that the mediation program between Police and civilians in San Fransisco is doing so good, it is still on the chopping block because of the budget woes.



How successful is the program? participants in the program have given it a… Continue

Added by Jeff Thompson on March 27, 2009 at 6:30pm — 2 Comments

Mediation and ADR News Today

Originally posted 03.04.2009 at Enjoy Mediation

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M.I.A.'s Dad Wants to Mediate


Firstly, are you ready to show your age by saying who or what is M.I.A.?

She is the very famous musician who made it onto millions of TV's via the grammys performing on her due date (see the picture). That said, he father is offering… Continue

Added by Jeff Thompson on March 4, 2009 at 11:30am — No Comments

Unrest in Caribbean Has Roots in Slavery Past

Originally Posted on 3.23.09 at Enjoy Mediation

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Unrest in Caribbean Has Roots in Slavery Past



I read about this about a week ago and it stuck in my mind. So, when I saw it again on the homepage of Yahoo! News, I decided to write about it. An additional factor driving me to write about this is that as mediators and negotiators, we are always promoting 'expanding… Continue

Added by Jeff Thompson on February 23, 2009 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Empower Home Administration in Nepal

Nepal is currently suffering with lawlessness, and even our Government presence is found in crisis in entire conflict affected rural areas of the Nation. Therefore, immediate empowerment of Home Affairs through restructure, reengineering, and betterment in legal, structural, financial, physical, personnel, academic, and development areas are most essential with emerging contexts and suitability of… Continue

Added by Krishna H. Pushkar on September 23, 2008 at 4:39am — No Comments

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