1. PHE5POL workshop 15 Apr 14

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    from Evelyne de Leeuw / Added

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    Today's discussion was about 'governance'

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    • Terrestrial Biodiversity QLD Roadshow: Morning session

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      Queensland Roadshow Terrestrial Biodiversity and climate change adaptation in Queensland - Management and Policy Morning session: Presentations - from the researchers and the stakeholders *National overview on Climate Change adaptation and terrestrial biodiversity and the National Adaptation Research Plan - Prof. Stephen Williams *Terrestrial Biodiversity network –what you can get out of it. - Dr. Yvette Williams *What are the key issues for QLD for climate change adaptation and decision tools for adaptation - Prof. Hugh Possingham http://hosting2.arcs.org.au/terrestrialbiodiversity/index.php/qld-roadshow.html

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      • RealityCheck: The appeals and policy implications of reality television

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        The following video documentary was created for the Media Industries CMN 3165 course at the University of Ottawa. It analyzes the appeal and the implications of reality television through the elements featured in various reality programs as well as several theories of the uses and gratifications of reality tv. Special attention is given to MTV's reality line-up and its adherence to the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council Code of Ethics and Violence. Specific examples are provided. The documentary is presented as a mock episode of MTV's "The Aftershow". The MTV clips are used as examples only.

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        • "Demand Better" - Michael Cleland - Max Bell 40th Anniversary Lecture

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          Michael Cleland delivered this lecture on Canadian energy policy at the Asia Pacific Hall in SFU's Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue, on May 23, 2013. The talk was part of "Thinking Forward: The 40th Anniversary Max Bell Essays and Lectures." In this series, three exceptional Canadians each produced an essay and lecture about a public policy issue critical to the country’s future. It was announced in celebration of the foundation’s 40th anniversary, and in honour of the thousands of charities across the country that work every day to improve Canadian society. Michael Cleland’s talk was co-presented by Max Bell Foundation and the Literary Review of Canada, in association with Carbon Talks, and builds on his essay of the same name (http://reviewcanada.ca/cleland), first published in the May 2013 issue of the LRC. About Max Bell Foundation: Max Bell was an athlete, McGill alumnus, oilman, newspaper publisher and philanthropist. The foundation that bears his name was established in 1972 with a gift from his estate valued at $17 million. Since then, under the stewardship of its Directors, the Foundation has made hundreds of grants to charities across Canada, totalling more than $75 million. To find out more about the foundation and its work, visit http://maxbell.org. About the LRC: Published since 1991, the award-winning LRC magazine is the country’s leading forum for discussion and debate about books, culture, ideas and public affairs. The Literary Review of Canada Charitable Organization also hosts public lectures and conversations, and co-produces Spur. Launched this year, Spur is the country’s first national festival of politics, art and ideas. For more details, visit http://reviewcanada.ca and http://spurfestival.ca.

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          • PTC'13 Executive Insight Roundtable 4: Internet Policy: Governance and Emerging Issues

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            Internet policy discussions have continued to evolve in the global arena. This session invites discussion by distinguished Internet policy experts and different stakeholders around the Internet as they address the current challenges and opportunities ahead. Moderator: Masaaki Sakamaki, Executive Advisor, NEC Fielding, Japan Subject Matter Experts: John Curran, President & CEO, ARIN, USA Jun Murai, Dean & Professor, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Keio University, Japan Toru Nakaya, Director General, Institute for Information and Communications Policy, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Japan Robert Pepper, VP, Global Technology Policy, Cisco, USA Rashid Shafi, SEVP & Chief Strategy Officer, Multinet Pakistan Private Limited, Pakistan Richard Shockey, Chairman, Board of Directors, SIP Forum Paul Wilson, Director General, APNIC Monday, 21 January 2013

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            • Mountain Biota and Global Change

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              Christain Korner illustrates how global change, which includes warming, changes in water yield and CO2 levels, nitrogen deposition and land use, has an adverse affect on mountain biota.

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              • secret pictures inside of the book of the US president cooperator

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                secret pictures inside of the book of the US president cooperator

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                • South Asian Regional Conference on ‘Women, Work and Poverty(5)

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                  A two-day South Asian Regional Conference was held in Islamabad on 17 and 18 April on theme of Women, Work and Poverty. The speakers were invited from India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Afghanistan and from within Pakistan. Mr. Ahsan Iqbal, Federal Minister for Planning, Development and Reforms was the Chief Guest and H.E. Cecilie Landsverk Ambassador, Royal Norwegian Embassy-Islamabad was the Guest of Honor. The structure of the conference was explained by the Managing Director, SPDC Prof. Dr. Khalida Ghaus in her welcome address. The inaugural session was presided by Mr. Saeed Ahmed Qureshi.

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                  • Rod Burt - Independent candidate for Dunkley - I would be representing the voters of Dunkley, not the policies of a political p

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                    Rod Burt has been a proud Frankston resident for over 40 years, serving his country in Vietnam and then his community as a state primary school teacher who taught in Langwarrin and Frankston for most of his 29-year career. Burt is a Frankston RSL Full member and is the long-serving treasurer of Frankston Baseball Club and an ex-treasurer of Frankston YCW Cricket Club. Burt trained as a Personal Care Attendant to work in nursing homes. He also cared for his mother-in-law during her latter stages of decline. He is married to his wife Gay and has four tertiary-educated children, each of whom attended St. Francis Xavier primary school and then Frankston High School. Rod detests spin, voters being taken for granted/fools and, as a former teacher, errant apostrophes. He supports social justice. Unlike mainstream parties, Rod is a firm believer in bipartisanship to get things done, respects compromise and is deeply committed to independent rational thought. He sees important issues for Dunkley surrounding under- and un-employment, small business, and funding of social housing and transport. The electorate of Dunkley is named after Louisa Dunkley 1866–1927, founder of the Victorian Women's Post and Telegraph Association in 1900 and campaigner for equal pay for women. HE thinks they would have gotten on.

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                    • Film राजनीति - snippet1

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                      - मैं चाहता हूं जितने भी प्रस्तावित नाम हैं, सबों पर खुलकर विचार किया जाए। - लिस्ट बना चुके हैं हम। आप लोग इसको ओ.के कीजिये। - वीरेंद्र, पार्टी की एक लोकतांत्रिक प्रक्रिया है। सभी प्रस्तावित नामों पर विचार होगा। - कृपया बताने का कष्ट करेंगे कि आपका कार्यकारी अध्यक्ष पद पर चुनाव किस लोकतांत्रिक प्रक्रिया से हुआ? ... आ-आ, चाचा जी। जिस अध्यक्ष महोदय की कृपा से आप उस कुर्सी पर विराजमान हैं, उनको दिखा चुके हैं हम यह लिस्ट। - तो उनका आदेश-पत्र भी होगा आपके पास? - लिस्ट तो यही रहेगा। जितना विचार करना है, कर लीजिये। टोप में माधवपूर सीट पर आपने अपना नाम कैसे लिख दिया? माधवपूर के सीट से तो हमेशा बड़े साहिब ही लड़ते रहे हैं। - और पिता जी की अनुपस्थिति में उसपर पहला हक हम... - माधवपूर सीट पर किसी दावे की ज़रूरत नहीं है। वह सीट पार्टी अध्यक्ष के लिये सुरक्षित है। - और वर्तमान में वह चंद्र प्रताप जी हैं। - माधवपूर से तो अध्यक्ष को ही लड़ना चाहिये। - नगरपालिका का इलेक्शन तो लड़े नहीं आप आज तक, अब अचानक माधवपूर? हम आपका यह सपना कभी पूरा नहीं होने देंगे, कार्यकारी अध्यक्ष महोदय। प्रस्तावित - מוצע, מומלץ खुलकर - בגלוי लोकतांत्रिक - דמוקראטי प्रक्रिया - תהליך कृपया बताने का कष्ट करेंगे - הואיל נא להגיד कार्यकारी - ממלא מקום कार्यकारी अध्यक्ष - ממלא מקום ראש המפלגה पद - תפקיד अध्यक्ष - מנהל, ראש מוסד महोदय - אדון מכובד विराजमान - יושב आदेश-पत्र - הוראה כתובה दावा - דרישה, טענה सुरक्षित - שמור वर्तमान में - עתה, כרגה

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