1. 4th AMERICALAWYERS, Santiago 2015


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    The 4th American Lawyers Football Cup took place in Santiago (Chile) from April 1st to 5th, 2015. 20 teams from 7 countries participated. Winners were: - 11-a-side Classic: Cavalo de Troia (Brasil) - 11-a-side Master: Mexico DF I (Mexico) - 11-a-side Legend: San Isidro (Argentina) - 5-a-side: Espadachim Café-OAB PR (Brasil)

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    • 18° MUNDIAVOCAT, La Manga 2016 - Introduction !


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      Introduction to the 18th Football World Cup for Lawyers, greatest football tournament exclusively dedicated to Lawyers from all over the world. About 80 teams from more than 30 countries will be represented! Information: www.mundiavocat.com / www.facebook.com/mundiavocat !

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      • A Day in the Life of a Chrysalis Victim Advocate


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        Two Chrysalis Victim Advocates serve close to 300 clients each year. Help support their work with victims of domestic violence on April 7th- Arizona Gives Day at https://azgives.givebig.org/c/GivesDay/a/noabuse.

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        • $10 Campaign - Attendants, Advocates call for Abbott, Budget Writers to Raise Wage


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          The $10 Campaign, a group of healthcare advocates and home health organizations, is working to mobilize community attendants for a base pay rate of $10 per hour. Community attendants are the key to making cost-effective community services successful for tens of thousands of individuals with disabilities and seniors in Texas. However, our state is one of the worst in the country when it comes to supporting them, paying a base wage of $7.86 per hour with no benefits. While Gov. Abbott called for a 5% (or .39¢) attendant wage increase in his State of the State address earlier this year, the legislature has yet to follow suit. Current House and Senate versions of the budget provide for a 14¢ and 11¢ raise, respectively. The $10 Campaign maintains that neither figure is adequate for Texas to maintain a strong direct care workforce. To address this issue, the $10 Campaign will hold a Rally on the North Steps of the Capitol on Wednesday, April 1, 2015 1:00 – 1:45 p.m. Following the Rally, attendees will deliver petitions with over 3,000 signatures from across the state in support of wage raise to $10 per hour to Gov. Abbott and legislative leaders. The $10 Campaign organizers will demonstrate with community attendants and their care-recipients from around the state. Representative John Zerwas (HD-28) will join the rally to speak to the importance of a well-supported attendant workforce. About the $10 Campaign The $10 Campaign supports higher wages and higher Medicaid reimbursements for community-based personal care attendants in all programs that pay a base wage of under $10 per hour. Organizers are ADAPT of Texas, the Coalition of Texans with Disabilities (CTD), H.A.N.D. and the Central Texas Home Care Coalition, Methodist Ministries, the National Association of Social Workers Texas Chapter, the Personal Attendant Coalition of Texas (PACT), the Texas Association of Centers for Independent Living (TACIL), and Texas Parent to Parent. Support for this event comes from Superior Healthplan, United

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          • AAA Ombudsman


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            The primary goal of the Ombudsman Program is to assure quality care with respect and dignity for all consumers of long-term care services. In general, ombudsmen are alerted to, investigate and resolve concerns related to the health, safety, welfare and rights of the target population. This includes persons who live in nursing homes and personal care homes as well as those who utilize adult day services, domiciliary care and community-based care programs. If an older adult or his/her loved one is having trouble getting concerns related to their quality of care addressed, the ombudsman will help them to resolve these problems. The ombudsman also informs and educates older individuals, service providers and the public about long-term care services and the rights of consumers. To request ombudsman services, contact the DHS AAA SeniorLine at 412-350-5460, toll-free 1-800-344-4319, TTY 412-350-2727 or SeniorLine@alleghenycounty.us to get more information. For more information, visit our website: http://www.alleghenycounty.us/dhs/longtermadvocacy.aspx

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            • How to Make Your March Madness a Slam Dunk


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              Make the most of your visitors through behavioral automation and social influence. March Madness is more than just sports. It’s a national conversation piece. Every brand, publisher and business owner will be capitalizing on the amount of chatter social and online. You'll learn how to: - Join the March Madness conversation - Leverage the event to drive higher conversions - Make the most of your email list through social influence Join Roz Lemieux, Founder & CEO at Attentive.ly and Whitney Rothe, Conversion Director at Bounce Exchange as they talk about tips and tricks on how to make your March Madness a slam dunk for your business

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              • The Circle of Giving campaign exceeds expectations through generous community donations


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                Ron DiTullio, founder and board member of the Family Access Network, stops by with a recap of Zolo Media's Circle of Giving campaign, explains how FAN helps children and families in need, and how and where to donate throughout the year. FamilyAccessNetwork.org

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                • Digital Street Teams: Your Tool For Deepening Brand Affinity


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                  There all all kinds of reasons why fans drift away from their favorite teams. It's costly to lose fans and even harder to gain new ones. There is a new way to harness the passion of your brand's real advocates to use Social Media to evangelize on your behalf. Entrance: your very own Digital Street Team. Ready to innovate? Contact Sports Media Challenge http://www.sportsmediachallenge.com Email: akiehn@sportsmediachallenge.com Office: 704-541-5942

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                  • SMBMSP #73 - Inspire your Employees & Customers to Become Online Advocates


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                    Featured Speaker: David Witt, WCG, Leader, Mid-West Region; Group Director, Brand Strategy and Engagement Recorded Friday, December 19, 2014 at 514 Studios in Minneapolis, MN

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                    • LDN 2014 Advocates Video - Low Dose Naltrexone


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                      LDN advocates around the world share their experience of Low Dose Naltrexone for many conditions, this was used for the LDN Awareness Week 2014.

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