1. Dra. Conlong, da Sociedade Agrícola Alemã, fala de pecuária sustentável


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    3-4-2012 - La Presse - Dra. Malene Conlong, gerente de comunicação internacional da Sociedade Agrícola Alemã, fala sobre a experiência do país com a produção de bioenergia na pecuária incentivada pelo governo.

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    • Time off Under FMLA


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      www.lawinfo.com Eligible employees are entitled to up to twelve weeks of unpaid leave per year for certain family and medical reasons.

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      • Aeropolitical Updates Promotional Video


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        Aeropolitical Updates: Daily Newsletter for the Aeropolitical and Regulatory News and Analysis in the Airline and Aviation Industry.

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        • Joint Custody


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          http://lawinfo.com/ Divorce alone can be a difficult situation, but it can be devastating for children involved if there is an ongoing custody battle as well. For more information, contact an attorney to determine the custody options available for your situation

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          • Humanitarian Corridors in Syria: A path to political intervention (Live Seminar 42)


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            (Originally broadcast on March 15, 2012) The deteriorating political situation in Syria has had a dramatic affect on the safety and security of the civilian population. Amidst UN Security Council gridlock over taking action on Syria, the international community has begun seeking alternate routes to address the current humanitarian crisis. One set of options entails establishing a limited truce or a humanitarian corridor to provide much needed assistance to the population. Other options involve creating “safe areas” or “no-kill zones,” which would be more or less militarized. Additionally, the UN-mandated Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Syrian Arab Republic recently released a report concluding that Syrian authorities at the highest level, as well as opposition forces, have committed gross and systematic human rights violations that may amount to crimes against humanity. This seminar will explore the legal and policy challenges of protecting civilians in Syria, in particular, as they pertain to establishing humanitarian corridors in order to provide much needed assistance to vulnerable populations. A humanitarian corridor is seen by some as a necessity to provide immediate relief on neutral grounds and by others as the first step of a more ambitious international intervention that would address the causes of violence against civilians. While in theory these arguments may seem exclusive and polarized, in practice the UN mission has increasingly integrated their approach to seek and maintain access to vulnerable populations - as seen in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Afghanistan, and Darfur. The blurring of the line between humanitarian action and political intervention has become a particularly salient issue in the case of Syria, as illustrated by the duel mandate of UN Arab League Envoy, Kofi Annan. It is expected that the ability of the international community to mediate these contradictory interests between a neutral, consensual arrangements and multilateral political interventions for the protection of civilians will have a lasting impact on the core concepts of humanitarian action. The live seminar will address: -What is the applicable legal framework to the situation in Syria? Does the Law of Armed Conflict apply? What are the implications of utilizing such a framework? -What are the requirements to establish a neutral humanitarian corridor? How can such a corridor be maintained over time? -What does a "safe area" entail in terms of protection of civilians and how can it be enforced? -What are the core elements of the doctrine of Responsibility to Protect (R2P) that guide discussion within the Security Council? Has the threshold of R2P been crossed in the case of Syria? -What are the potential policy implications of blurring the line between humanitarian action and political intervention? The live seminar will bring world-renowned experts and practitioners together to discuss these issues. Claude Bruderlein (HPCR Director) and Dustin A. Lewis (Program Associate) moderated the discussion. Panelists: Dr. Ian Hurd, Northwestern University Dr. Mukesh Kapila, Aegis Trust

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            • National Law Students Forum


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              Film clips of the 24 hour residential held by UKCLE to pilot its National Law Students Forum initiative. For more details, see www.ukcle.ac.uk/students/forum

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              • Freedom from Religion (Galatians 1:10-2:10) - Freedom In The Spirit: A Series on Galatians - Kevin Haah - May 12, 2013


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                Paul argued vehemently that the gospel of grace is the true gospel, and adding anything to grace is a perversion of the gospel. We are righteous by grace only, not by our works or by grace plus observing the law (Torah). Now, Paul continues the letter by sharing his story, and in so doing, he defends the gospel from his detractors and shows us how the gospel frees us from religion and leads us to radical missional living.

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