Female Ex-Offender Turns Inmates into Authors

From Inmate, to Author, View Tanner George Cummings The Cell Chef Cookbook

Over 120 recipes, from the dips to pizza to burritos in your cell

Anthony Tinsman's first book: Life With a Record

How To Leave Prison Prepared and Live Successfully

Over 1000 resources in the new Inmate Shopper 2017-18

America’s Largest Book of Resources for Inmate Services

Diane E. Schindelwig of Freebird Publishers has published over 50 titles for inmate authors since 2013.

NORTH DIGHTON, MA, UNITED STATES, July 31, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — In a recent NBC interview Diane said: “I had no idea inmates were so content deprived until I became one in 2008. By 2012 I knew my new life would include publishing specialty content for inmates and their families. Only one problem, I knew nothing about publishing except how to push “print” on a computer.

“This whole entrepreneurial adventure has been on-the-job training, but we made it. With no knowledge of how to create a book exactly, I used my past business experience and practices to guide my way.

There’s definitely an abundance of talented people in prison, knowledgeable writers creating content from their first-hand experiences. All they needed was a publisher that understood their niche."

Diane E. Schindelwig
Freebird Publishers
774-406-8682
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Global Biosimilars And Follow-On Biologics Market Worth $21.6bn in 2021

Biosimilars

Biosimilars

New market study launched by ASDReports.com

AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS, July 31, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — This news report, now available on ASDReports, Global Biosimilars and Follow-On Biologics Market 2017-2027: Monoclonal Antibodies (mAbs), Fusion Proteins, Insulin, Erythropoietins, Granulocyte Colony-Stimulating Factor (G-CSF), Interferons, Growth Hormones, Fertility Hormones indicates that the global biosimilars and follow-on biologics market will see $21.6bninspending in 2021.

The global biosimilars and follow-on biologics market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 38.8% in the first half of the forecast period and CAGR of 11.3% in the second half of the forecast period. The market is estimated at $5.31bn in 2016 and $41.07bn in 2027.

The lead analyst of the report said: “In 2016, three sectors – biosimilar EPO, biosimilar insulin, biosimilar monoclonal antibodies, and biosimilar growth hormones – accounted for more 60.6% of market revenues. The first two of these sectors will record strong growth throughout the next ten years. Growth will be restrained in the biosimilar growth hormones submarket by steady uptake for branded therapies, high brand loyalty, as well as the launch of long-acting growth hormones. Rising diabetes incidence will drive demand for biosimilar human insulin in emerging markets, while the launch of biosimilar insulin glargine in developed markets during the forecast period will drive growth in the biosimilar insulin analogues sector.

Biosimilar mAbs (monoclonal antibodies) will be the fastest growing sector of the biosimilars market between 2016 and 2027, with a high 12-year CAGR of 31.6%, with revenues growing from just $1.056bn in 2016 to $9.8bn in 2027.”

The 318-page report contains 128 tables and 68figures that add visual analysis in order to explain the developing trends within the Global Biosimilars and Follow-on Biologics Market.

More reports on Biosimilars can be found on ASDReports. Find more Life Sciences reports on ASDReports as well.

Stefan Koopman
ASDReports
+31204869620
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U.S. Counter-Terrorism Unit Targets Virginia Prisoner for Writing About Prison

Christopher Zoukis author and prisoner attached by U.S. Counter-Terroism Unit

Prisoner, prisoner advocate and author Christopher Zoukis has been targeted by the U.S. Counter-Terrorism Unit for his prison writing.

Three images of Christopher's Zoukis' book covers, Federal Prison Handbook, College for Convicts and Prison Education Guide

Zoukis has been targeted by the Federal Bureau of Prisons before – usually after each of his books are published.

Christopher Zoukis author

Christopher Zoukis is a prisoner rights and correctional education advocate, author and award-winning writer.

An American prisoner, prisoner advocate and author was recently targeted by the U.S. Counter-Terrorism Unit for his prison writing activities.

Instead of investigating terrorists the federal prison’s CTU seems preoccupied with finding creative ways to shut up a single prison writer who has absolutely nothing to do with terrorism.”

— Christopher Zoukis

PETERSBURG, VA, U.S., July 31, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — An American-born prisoner, prisoner advocate and author was recently targeted by the U.S. Counter-Terrorism Unit for his writing activities in a clear case of attempted censorship by the Federal Bureau of Prisons.

“I’m a U.S.-born citizen with no ties to any terrorist organization, I don’t understand why I’m being targeted like this,” says Christopher Zoukis, a current inmate at FCI Petersburg Medium serving time for sexual offences he was found guilty of in 2004.

Zoukis was just recently released from six weeks of solitary confinement at Petersburg after three incident reports were taken out against him by a member of the Federal Bureau of Prison’s Counter Terrorism Unit (CTU), an intelligence agency tasked with investigating and preventing terrorist acts within U.S. borders.

Specifically, he was charged with conducting a business and unauthorized contact with the public for his involvement. The charges seem to stem from Zoukis’ involvement in a free, electronic news service for prisoners called Corrlinks.com/TRULINCS, publishing three books, running three education-based websites and an interview he did on the phone where he discussed one of his books as well as the underground economies of prisons.

“Instead of investigating terrorists and trying to foil plots, the Federal Bureau of Prison’s CTU seems to be preoccupied with finding creative ways to shut up a single prison writer who has absolutely nothing to do with terrorism,” says Zoukis. “Instead of focusing on ISIS threats or other terrorist plots, they are spending their time and taxpayer money focusing on what I post at PrisonEducation.com and the content of my latest book or interview.”

While this isn’t the first time Zoukis has been targeted for his writing activities (Zoukis has previously had seven incident reports for the same charges in 2012 and 2014 which were expunged), and it’s certainly not the first time a prisoner has undergone attack for writing about federal prisons, it is the first time the CTU has become involved.

So, what led this unit to take notice of Zoukis in the first place? In March of this year, the same official from the CTU instituted a ban on the Corrlinks.com/TRULINCS service, which was overturned in April. Shortly after that, this official contacted the Petersburg Special Investigative Services (SIS) department to get them to write incident reports against Zoukis. The Petersburg officials refused, as they had already laid those same charges previously and Zoukis was found not guilty. Just after that, the CTU official laid the charges himself. As a result, Zoukis was placed in solitary confinement for six weeks before seeing the Discipline Hearing Officer, while other prisoners were kept for one to two weeks maximum. Zoukis was found guilty of the business charges, not guilty of the other charges, and was released from solitary in mid-July. He plans on appealing the guilty charge.

The federal prison’s CTU involvement in a writer’s activities is concerning as it threatens free speech and First Amendments rights, but also that terrorism funds are being used to seemingly censor a prison writer. 

For information on past charges and other details regarding this situation, visit this helpful Q & A article.

For more information, please direct media inquiries to:
Rachel Sentes
rachel.of.sentes@gmail.com
1-604-931-7099

About Christopher Zoukis
Christopher Zoukis is an outspoken prisoner rights and correctional education advocate who is incarcerated at FCI Petersburg Medium in Virginia. He is an award-winning writer whose work has been published widely in major publications such as The Huffington Post, Prison Legal News, New York Daily News and various other print and online publications. Learn more about Christopher Zoukis at christopherzoukis.com, prisoneducation.com and prisonerresource.com

Rachel Sentes
Gal-Friday Publicity
1-604-931-7099
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American Prisoner Targeted by Counter Terrorism Unit


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Macedonian Human Rights Organizations Condemn the So-Called Macedonia/Bulgaria "Friendship Agreement"

Macedonian Human Rights Movement International

The Agreement between Macedonia and Bulgaria is inequitable, satisfies Bulgarian nationalistic aspirations and calls into question the sovereignty of Macedonia.

We therefore consider the Agreement unacceptable, insulting to Macedonia and the Macedonian people, unprincipled and shameful for both signatory countries.”

— Stojko Stojkov, OMO Ilinden PIRIN

TORONTO, CANADA, July 31, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Macedonian Human Rights Organizations Condemn the So-Called Macedonia/Bulgaria “Good Neighbourliness” Agreement

(July 31, 2017) – While we express our in-principle support for good neighbourly relations, advancement of relations and the integration of Macedonia into European and Atlantic structures, we cannot at the same time not condemn the contents of this agreement which, despite all the fine phrases, is in fact contrary to the abovementioned values.

The Agreement on Good Neighbourliness between Macedonia and Bulgaria is inequitable and satisfies Bulgarian nationalist aspirations more than it does Macedonian national interests. It calls into question the sovereignty of the Republic of Macedonia and the freedoms of certain parts of its citizenry and violates its authority as an independent state possessing the same rights and entitlements as other states. Good neighbourliness can only be constructed on the basis of equality and good will and not by means of blackmail, humiliation and abuse of one’s position of power.

By means of this agreement Macedonia has taken a further step towards its abandonment of the Macedonian minority in Bulgaria. The earlier declarative abandonment has now become part of the Agreement on “Good Neighbourliness”. That is a logical and shameful next step which comes after 25 years of violation of the Constitution by the governments of the Republic of Macedonia which have completely and consistently ignored their constitutional obligation to care for and protect the rights of the Macedonian minorities in the neighbouring countries and especially in Bulgaria and Greece. The agreement is anti-constitutional precisely for this reason!

Macedonia, via this agreement, in accordance with the views of Bulgaria, undertakes that not only will it not make representations on behalf of the Macedonian minority and support its organisations in Bulgaria (Article 11.5), something which it has not done up until now anyway, but also will not allow any activities by such organisations to occur on its territory or allow activities by its own citizens on Macedonian territory which support such organisations (Article 11.2). Nor will it allow media coverage of the activities and problems experienced by Macedonian organisations and the Macedonian minority in Bulgaria (Article 11.6)

In addition, it creates a mechanism thorough which Bulgaria can place certain conditions on and blackmail Macedonia during the process relating to its integration into European and Atlantic structures. (Articles 8 and 12). It creates the possibility for Bulgaria to intervene in independent academic research and media freedoms and imposes a redefinition of concepts such as hate speech in relation to each and every opinion which supports the notion that Macedonians are a separate and distinct national and ethnic group. The statements of certain officials in Bulgaria bear witness to the fact that this is indeed Bulgaria’s intention and that the agreement is but a first step and not a final solution, despite attempts by certain naive politicians in Skopje to portray it as such.

The terminology used: “two states and their peoples”, “the Macedonian language, according to the Constitution of the Republic of Macedonia”, “joint history” relativises the Macedonian nation. Joint celebrations of whatever type in a situation where the Macedonian nation and identity are openly denied by Bulgaria will only serve to satisfy such negation and will not contribute to overcoming any misunderstandings which may exist.

This agreement represents an unprecedented interference of politics in the study of history-it prescribes the formation of political bodies which will interpret history and report back to their respective governments. We wish to remind that history is a science and any kind of interference by politicians in its study is inadmissible. This represents but another tool for blackmail through which Bulgaria will insist on the acceptance of the Bulgarian view of the history of Macedonia becoming a condition for the gaining of membership of European institutions under the guise of “good neighbourliness”.

We therefore consider the Agreement unacceptable, insulting to Macedonia and the Macedonian people, unprincipled and shameful for both signatory countries. In addition, contrary to the expectations of the signatories, it will not contribute to good neighbourliness, but will only increase mistrust and create genuine hate of Bulgaria, instead of the imaginary hate that Sofia now complains of.

Neither the Macedonian minority in Bulgaria, the Macedonian Diaspora, and we are convinced, the Macedonian nation in general feel bound in any way by the unequal clauses of this agreement. They will oppose every attempt to limit their human freedoms, will continue their struggle for dignity, rights and justice and oppose every attempt to prevent that struggle from continuing, irrespective of whether it emanates from Sofia or Skopje.

OMO “Ilinden” – PIRIN
Macedonian Human Rights Movement International
Australian-Macedonian Human Rights Committee
Macedonian Alliance for European Integration – Albania

— Macedonian Human Rights Movement International (MHRMI) has been active on human and national rights issues for Macedonians and other oppressed peoples since 1986. For more information: 1-416-850-7125, info@mhrmi.org, www.mhrmi.org, twitter.com/mhrmi, facebook.com/mhrmi, mhrmi.org/OurNameIsMacedonia

Bill Nicholov, President
Macedonian Human Rights Movement International
416-850-7125
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Florida remembers the wisdom of Ethel Levine, a woman who lived to age 101

Gary Springer & Ethel Levine

Book published by her grandson, Gary Springer, in her memory.

Don’t you wish that you didn’t have to learn life’s lesson the hard way?”

— Gary Springer

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, PINELLAS, July 30, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Wisdom of a Life Well-Lived
by Ethel Pearson Levine/Gary Springer
Hardcover ISBN: 978-0692754269
e-mail: gjspring@aol.com

Ethel Pearson Levine lived to be 101 years old.
During her lifetime she gathered a unique perspective on life’s big issues. She was a mother, grandmother, guidance counselor, and teacher who lived a basic, yet rewarding life, with much to say about how life should be lived.

Don’t you wish you didn’t have to learn life’s lesson the hard way?
Over a period of 30 years, Ethel Pearson Levine wrote monthly articles for the Sunrise Lakes community in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Her articles embrace universal subjects from marriage and divorce to relationships, aging, and death. She took on subjects that affect us all. Within each article, there’s a message, an affirmation, for living a meaningful life. This book is a collection of selected articles from that monthly news booklet.
Although this book is targeted to seniors, it will appeal to readers of all ages.

A student that Ethel Levine had in second grade at PS 128, Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, over 50 years ago had this to say:
“I just finished reading the book. I loved it and found it so inspiring. Your grandmother and my 2nd grade teacher was one very special lady.

I am so thankful that you found me and shared the book with me. I want to wish you lots of success with your book – a ‘must read’ for all seniors.”

About the author:
Ethel Pearson Levine, aged 101 years, died on January 25th, 2014, at her home in Clearwater, Florida. She was born December 12th, 1912, in Brooklyn, New York, to Rachel and Hyman Pearson. She was predeceased by siblings, Naomi, Nathan, Charles, Michael, Gladys, Seymour, and Bertram. She was married to Richard Levine on May 30th, 1936, until his death on October 10th, 1995. She graduated from Brooklyn College with her Bachelor’s degree in 1933 and received a Master’s degree from Bank Street School of Education. She worked as an elementary school teacher and guidance counselor until 1975. She was an avid handball player until the age of 50. At that point she began to pursue her passion for tennis and continued playing until the age of 95, after winning several tennis competitions. In addition, she loved word games and puzzles including Scrabble, Boggle, crosswords, and the daily jumble. She also participated in and then led a rap group in Sunrise, Florida, and wrote a column for the Sunrise Laker. She was an eternal optimist with boundless energy, patience, kindness, and tolerance.

Her book can be purchased from BookBaby in print or e-book format:

https://store.bookbaby.com/book/Wisdom-of-a-Life-Well-Lived

For further information, please feel free to contact Gary Springer, the author’s grandson
and editor at gjspring@aol.com Phone: 512-396-8962.

Video of author, Ethel Pearson Levine:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPKA6zWdK7Y

Legacy guestbook:
http://www.legacy.com/guestbooks/sptimes/ethel-pearson-levine-condolences/169508794?cid=full

Dr. Gary Springer
Springer Counseling
512-754-6175
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Unraveling the Mysteries of the Miskitu Kingdom

Xultun Glyphs

Authors wrote that the Miskito/Mosquito Indians were NOT a single people/ethnicity, but at least six ethnic groups.1589 Little or no Spanish control has been established in the region, thanks largely to Mosquito warriors chasing off any attempt…

The Article sparks historical interests of the Miskitu nation as they confront the world over the transgressions against their people through peaceful means.

In 1957, my brothers and uncles were killed by the Somoza Government.In 1960,I was given the option to be exiled permanently or face death.I left knowing I'd be of better service to my people alive.”

— Rev. Josephinie Robertson, Matriarch of the Miskitu Nation

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, July 29, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Cebu, July 29, 2017 – Few people have ever heard of the Central American nation of the Miskitu Kingdom (Miskitu Coast), nor are they aware of the severe suffering that is taking place in this region of along the Caribbean Sea.
The history of the Miskitu nation predates Christopher Columbus. Their struggle to regain their rights to exist as a nation has been drowned out with publicly disseminated false information released by many of America's most prestigious in order to quell their claims and human rights abuses. These originated with a simple papal decree issued against the New World peoples and nations. Unraveling the mysteries of the Miskitu Kingdom is as simple as looking at the facts with an open mind.
In 1502, during the third voyage of Christopher Columbus, his son Fernando described the Miskitu people as “almost Negroes in color,” while Columbus believed them to be "great sorcerers" and "very terrible." For those readers who are into Central American portraits and glyphs, one would find pictures of both black and white inhabitants of Central America found at the Xultan Palace in Belize dating back to 800 A.D. Besides the Olmec era whom display Black features in their stone monuments, there are Mayan glyphs on Chama vases depicting the rulers greeting Black personages. Furthermore, there are eyewitness accounts of seeing black people in Mesoamerica at the time of the Spanish arrival, such as what Fernando Columbus as described.
The Northern Nahuatl-speaking Indians of Aztec Mexico who accompanied the Spanish to the Moskitu kingdom referred to the Miskitu as “chontal” or “foreigner” because they were of different races than the Aztec and Mayan civilizations. They were never conquered by anyone.
Contrary to the Spanish first contact, the British, when establishing the Providence Island colony, found the Miskitu people and King quite amicable. This colony was established in the Miskitu Kingdom in the year of 1631 by English Puritans. John Pym instructed the captain of the expedition, Sussex Cammock, to venture to Cape Gracias a Dios located in the Miskitu Kingdom to "endear yourselves with the Indians and their commanders".
One English trader who visited the Miskitu Kingdom in 1699 detailed how the people lived in harmony and as equals, except during expeditions where at that time the Miskitu people submitted to their “commanders and kings”.
Contrary to mainstream media suggesting that all of the Black people of Central America were shipwrecked slaves, these “Black people” were already there at the time of Christopher Columbus. Not only were these first “Black Americans” in Mesoamerica prior to the Spanish, but these people were part of a kingdom of diverse peoples that entertained commanders and kings prior to any treaty with the British. These Black people of Central America were part of the 12 tribes that make up the Miskitu Kingdom who held various titles and positions in their government.
Maps showing the Viceroyalty of New Spain, circa 1650 identify the regions of Central America that Spain claimed, yet the Miskitu Kingdom of the Caribbean coast that stands out on those maps as being under the “strong influence” of Great Britain.
The British influence cannot be denied of having a major impact on the Miskitu Coast from the 1600’s to the beginning of the Treaty of Friendship and Alliance with the Miskitu kingdom that was signed on March 16, 1740 between King Edward I of the Miskito Nation and the British.
From that point in time on, the British used instrumentality as a method of “indirect rule” entering continuous treaties that affected the Miskitu people without their consent, even after the British relinquished their position of authority over the Miskitu nation in a treaty between Spain at the Convention of London in 1786. It is very noteworthy indeed that the British referred to the Miskitu nation as the “Country of the MOSQUITOS.” This treaty did not confer sovereignty of the Miskitu people to the dominion of Spain, but rather afforded Great Britain to “evacuate its people” in exchange for Belize.
The Spanish took this “treaty” with the British as affording their right to the conquest of the Miskitu Kingdom under the ordination of nations by the Catholic Pope’s papal decree. The Spanish did not want any direct negotiations with the Miskitu Kingdom and referred to them as savages and unable to govern themselves. Even among themselves with the strongest desire to control this region, conflicts arose after 1803 between the new nations of Colombia and Nicaragua, as well as the British “overseers” of the transition assuring both recognition of the Miskitu royal family and self-rule in their region.
During this era of time, the United States in 1823 announced to the world a new doctrine, called the “Monroe Doctrine” warning the European nations to avoid any further colonization in North and South America. The topic of serious discussion since the 1820s, in both the United States and Nicaragua was talk of the construction of a canal where Nicaragua was long a favored location
Meanwhile, the Spanish, as well as other nations such as the United States, envisioned an inter-oceanic canal running through the Miskitu Kingdom. New treaties during the 1800’s were signed between Nicaragua and Great Britain regarding the future of Miskitu Kingdom, as well as treaties between the United States and Great Britain regarding this very same region and America’s vision of an inter-oceanic canal known as the Clayton-Bulwer Treaty of 1850 that assured United States dominion over any canal built.
Continued in frame below…

Ercell Valcina Monic Hendy Rima Fleurima Tawaska
Miskitu Nation in Exile
510-868-0658
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Miskitu Nation Under Siege


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The Honorable John Romero, Jr. Named President-Elect of the NCJFCJ

The Honorable John Romero, Jr. of Albuquerque, N.M. will become president of the NCJFCJ in July 2018.

Judge Romero’s knowledge of the judiciary, his compassion and dedication to the children and families he serves, and his ability to educate and engage his peers will make him a great leader.”

— Joey Orduna Hastings

RENO, NEVADA, UNITED STATES, July 28, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — (Reno, Nev.) – The Honorable John Romero, Jr. of the Second Judicial District Court, Children’s Court Division in Albuquerque, N.M. will become president of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) next July 2018. He will be the first president representing New Mexico in the organization’s 81 years.

The NCJFCJ Board of Directors recently elected Judge Romero as president-elect, after serving as a member of the organization for 13 years, with five years on the Board. He will serve in that capacity until taking the president’s title.

Judge Romero also serves on the NCJFCJ Governance and Family Violence and Domestic Relations Committees. He is also the lead judge for the NCJFCJ’s National Judicial Institute on Domestic Child Sex Trafficking, which has educated more than 400 judicial officers nationwide to better identify children at risk of child sex trafficking, and encourage judicial leadership to help improve outcomes for victims.

“The NCJFCJ has been fortunate to have Judge Romero as our lead faculty judge for our National Judicial Institute on Domestic Child Sex Trafficking since its inception,” said Joey Orduna Hastings, NCJFCJ CEO. “Judge Romero’s knowledge of the judiciary, his compassion and dedication to the children and families he serves, and his ability to educate and engage his peers will make him a great leader of this organization.”

As presiding judge of the Second Judicial District Court’s Children’s Court Division in Albuquerque, N.M., Judge Romero hears delinquency, child welfare and adoption cases. Judge Romero is actively involved in his community’s family violence prevention efforts and was recognized with the 2007 Spirit Advocacy Award. He presides over the Program for the Empowerment of Girls (PEG), an intensive multi-agency juvenile probation program for girls who have some type of violence and trauma in their history.

“The Second Judicial District Court is honored to have Judge John Romero serve as the President-elect on the NCJFCJ Board of Directors,” said Chief Judge Nan Nash, Second Judicial District Court. “Judge Romero’s lifelong work, dedication and compassion have helped improve the lives of countless children and families in New Mexico. He will bring that same enthusiastic leadership to the NCJFCJ.”

Judge Romero is co-chair emeritus of the Children’s Court Improvement Commission. He remains involved with the Tribal-State Judicial Consortium. He was the first judge in the country to be recognized as a certified child welfare law specialist by the American Bar Association (ABA)-accredited National Association of Counsel for Children. In 2014, Judge Romero received the Alice King Public Service Award. Earlier this year, Judge Romero accepted an appointment on the National Advisory Committee on the Sex Trafficking of Children and Youth in the U.S.

"The New Mexico judiciary is proud that one its most experienced and conscientious judges will now have the opportunity to lead the NCJFCJ as it continues the important work of improving the effectiveness of juvenile justice courts nationwide,” said Chief Justice Judith Nakamura, New Mexico Supreme Court. “Judge Romero has worked tirelessly on behalf of all New Mexicans to improve the lives of juveniles and families with his innovative and thoughtful approaches to child welfare and juvenile justice.”

Judge Romero will be sworn in as NCJFCJ president during their 81st Annual Conference in Denver, Colo., July 22-25, 2018.

About the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ):
Founded in 1937, the Reno, Nev.-based National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, is the nation’s oldest judicial membership organization and focused on improving the effectiveness of our nation’s juvenile and family courts. A leader in continuing education opportunities, research, and policy development in the field of juvenile and family justice, the 2,000-member organization is unique in providing practice-based resources to jurisdictions and communities nationwide.

Chrisie Yabu
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Recruitment Market Analysis 2017 (By Process, Services and Segmentation) and Forecasts To 2022

Global Recruitment Market Research Report 2017 Process and Service to 2022

PUNE, INDIA, July 27, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Pune, India, 27th July 2017: WiseGuyReports announced addition of new report, titled “Global Recruitment Market Report: 2016 Edition”.

Recruitment is the process of attracting, screening, and selecting a qualified person (from within or outside of an organization) for a job opening. The global recruitment/staffing industry comprises of recruitment or employment agencies providing for services of recruiting staff/employees for various business enterprises in different sectors. Such companies hire these employment agencies to recruit personnel to carry out their business operations. The recruitment market can be segmented into temporary and permanent staffing markets on the basis of job duration.

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The temporary staffing market is cyclical in nature and establishes high correlation with the global GDP. Permanent staffing market also maintains a positive relation with economic conditions. Both permanent and temporary staffing markets have a positive relation with the deregulation of labor market. The staffing market varies considerably from one country to another with the U.S., Japan and the UK showing the highest degree of fragmentation. North America represented the single largest market measured in terms of revenues followed by Japan, the UK, France and Germany.

The EU region continues to struggle with its economic revival, especially France, Spain, Greece, among others. Income growth has also come under pressure from rising unemployment, putting downward pressure on real wages in many advanced economies. With the economic revival in the coming years, sources of new employment opportunities can be expected; however, the continuing challenge in overcoming the problem of skill gap in both advanced and emerging economies will continue to affect the revenue growth of the staffing industry.

Most of the mergers and acquisitions that took place in the IT & Healthcare segment and involved middle sized staffing firms as they proved to be attractive acquisition targets, offering geographic coverage and differentiated services. The staffing industry acquisition activities remain primarily driven by privately held strategic buyers, as the larger and better known public staffing companies’ account for only a limited number of transactions each year. People are increasingly using social media to network and identify employment opportunities.

Moreover, the global recruitment market is fiercely competitive and highly fragmented with numerous players vying for market share. However, consolidation in the staffing industry is ongoing, particularly in the fragmented markets and is prompted by several factors. Adecco Group is the largest company operating in this industry, followed by Randstad and Manpower. The present report profiles these four companies along with a discussion of their respective business strategies.

The report provides a comprehensive overview of the global staffing industry along with the coverage of major regional markets like North America (the U.S. and Canada), Europe (France, Germany, Italy, the UK,), and Asia Pacific (Australia and Japan), discussing the market size, segmentation, and employment/unemployment rates.

By combining SPSS Inc.’s data integration and analysis capabilities with our relevant findings, we have predicted the future growth of the industry. We employed various significant variables that have an impact on this industry and created regression models with SPSS Base to determine the future direction of the industry. Before deploying the regression model, the relationship between several independent or predictor variables and the dependent variable was analyzed using standard SPSS output, including charts, tables, and tests.

Table of Content: Key Points
1. Market Overview
1.1 Recruitment
1.2 Types of Recruitment
1.3 Recruitment Strategies
1.4 Industry Definition
2. Global Recruitment Market
2.1 Global Recruitment Market by Value
2.2 Global Recruitment Market by Regions
2.3 Global Recruitment Market by Services
2.4 Global Recruitment Market by Employment Type
2.5 Global Temporary Recruitment Market by Value
2.6 Global Temporary Recruitment Market by Regions
3. North American Recruitment Market
3.1 The U.S. Recruitment/Staffing Market by Value
3.2 The U.S. Staffing Market by Segments
3.3 The U.S. Temporary Staffing Market
3.1.1 The U.S. Temporary Staffing Market by Value
3.3.2 The U.S. Temporary & Contract Staffing Market by Volume
3.3.3 The U.S. Temporary Staffing Market by Segments
3.4 The U.S. Permanent Staffing Market
3.4.1 The U.S. Permanent Staffing Market by Value
3.4.2 The U.S. Permanent Staffing Market by Types
3.5 Canada
3.5.1 The Canadian Staffing Market by Value
3.5.2 The Canadian Staffing Market by Segments
3.5.3 The Canadian Temporary Staffing Market by Segments
4. European Recruitment Market
4.1 The U.K. Recruitment Market by Value
4.2 The U.K. Recruitment Market by Segments
4.3 Recruitment Market of France by Value
4.3.1 Temporary Recruitment Market of France by Value
4.4 Recruitment Market of Germany by Value
4.4.1 Temporary Recruitment Market of Germany by Volume
5. Asia-Pacific Recruitment Market
5.1 Recruitment Market of Japan by Value
5.2 Australian Recruitment Market by Value
6. Market Dynamics
6.1 Growth Drivers
…Continued

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GAPFRAME Reveals the World is in a Critical State

The World GAPFRAME Profile

Never before has the state of the world been measured across four sustainability dimensions. The news is not good, the world in a critical state.

The SDGs provide a framework to secure a sustainable future. To succeed we must identify the gaps. I welcome the GAPFRAME, which can play a role in identifying the sustainable development priorities.”

— Paul Polman, CEO, Unilever

LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND, July 26, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — As a measurement of global sustainability the GAPFRAME (www.gapfame.org) is unique. Never before has the state of the world been measured across four sustainability dimensions and against the ideal of a safe space. The news is not good, the world in a critical state. The task is clear: moving the world to a safe space requires improvements in every one of the 24 issues measured.

The GAPFRAME translates the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into 24 relevant issues and then measures each country and region across four sustainability dimensions: Planet, Economy, Society, and Governance. It maps the results to a target safe space, highlighting the resulting gap. To ensure strong sustainability the GAPFRAME ranks countries over the score of their lowest dimension.

This first GAPFRAME Report covers 155 countries, 20 Geographical and 3 Geopolitical Regions. It is published by GAPFRAME.ORG, a group of multi-stakeholder sustainability thought leaders, driven by the desire to make it easier to deliver on the SDGs. This coincided with the launch of the GAPFRAME by Katrin Muff, Ph.D. at the UNPRME Global Forum which takes place during the High Level Political Forum Exchange in New York.

When asked why is the world doing so badly, Katrin Muff explained:
'With a GAPFRAME Score of 5.1 the world is in a critical state with all four of its dimensions measuring less than 6.3. No surprise! Major threats in issues of peace & cooperation, structural resilience, business integrity, and transparency result in Governance being identified as the priority dimension. However burning issues such as waste treatment, social integration, clean energy, innovation, and land & forest, represent equal threats in the dimensions of Planet, Economy, and Society. On a slightly more positive note: biodiversity, sustainable consumption, carbon quotient, clean air, and living conditions are at a critical stage.'

The GAPFRAME clearly outlines the priority issues for each nation so that governments, business, community and education can start to act. It provides a concrete starting point for strategic discussions on sustainability and an effective decision-making tool to help focus on activities that can bring the world to a safe space.

Paul Polman, CEO, Unilever said:
 ‘The SDG’s provide the world with a framework to secure a sustainable future that works for everyone. To succeed we must understand where the gaps are. As has rightly been said, you treasure what you measure. That is why I welcome the GAPFRAME, which can play a helpful role in identifying the sustainable development priorities for each country and region.’

Key Findings:
-There is evidence that the more developed a country is, the more advanced it is at improving all its issues towards a safe space, of course with exceptions – e.g. USA ranking at 89.
-Planet (the environment) is the most challenged dimension with only 1% of countries contributing to a safe space.
-Scandinavian countries emerge as best practice examples on the journey to safe space

More about the GAPFRAME

Watch Katrin Muff, PhD, explain how the GAPFRAME can be used to translate the SDG’s into business opportunities (mini-lecture 17 mins)
GAPFRAME Report – July 2017

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Paul Polman introduces GAPFRAME – UNPRME Global Forum – HLPF2017


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“Off the record – If I were Macedonian, I would not negotiate my name”, UN Name Dispute Envoy Matthew Nimetz told MHRMI

Macedonian Human Rights Movement International

UN Envoy Matthew Nimetz told Macedonian Human Rights Movement International: “Off the record – If I were Macedonian, I would not negotiate my name”.

MHRMI asked Nimetz why he wouldn’t make his feelings public, resign and denounce the name negotiations as an attack on Macedonia’s most basic of rights as the first UN mediator, Robin O'Neil, did.”

— Bill Nicholov, President, Macedonian Human Rights Movement International

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, July 26, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — UN Special Envoy Matthew Nimetz told Macedonian Human Rights Movement International representatives: “Off the record – If I were Macedonian, I would not negotiate my name”. The first mediator for the name dispute, Robin O’Neil, has come out repeatedly against the name negotiations and has implored Macedonia to stop negotiating. Although Nimetz said that his comments were “off the record”, MHRMI asked him why he wouldn’t make his feelings public, resign and denounce the name negotiations as an attack on Macedonia’s most basic of rights as Robin O’Neil did. As we have seen with the tremendous amount of pressure on Macedonia to change its name to appease its oppressor, Greece, we have decided to make Matthew Nimetz’s feelings public on his behalf.

Further, when MHRMI President, Bill Nicholov, asked Nimetz what he thinks the outcome would be if Macedonia withdraws from the name negotiations, Nimetz said “Nothing. I don’t believe that there would be any consequences.” The sentiment was reiterated, exactly, by the US State Department when Nicholov asked the same question. Moreover, the State Department said that they believe that there is no solution to the name dispute and that ending the negotiations would be logical.

MHRMI reiterates its demand that all Macedonian political parties and politicians denounce the name negotiations and put an immediate end to them. As has been painfully evident by Prime Minister Zaev’s recent statements in Bulgaria, he is willing to sell out Macedonia’s age-old name, ethnic origin and identity all to appease the European Union, NATO and the United States. VMRO, you had the chance to end the so-called “name dispute” while in government but chose not to. Denounce the name negotiations immediately. Prime Minister Zaev, you cannot negotiate what isn’t yours. Act in Macedonia’s best interest for once and end the negotiations.

As MHRMI’s Our Name Is Macedonia campaign says “Who Gave You the Right to Negotiate My Name?” Demand respect for Macedonia. Now.

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Macedonian Human Rights Movement International (MHRMI) has been active on human and national rights issues for Macedonians and other oppressed peoples since 1986. For more information: 1-416-850-7125, info@mhrmi.org, www.mhrmi.org, www.twitter.com/mhrmi, www.facebook.com/mhrmi, www.mhrmi.org/OurNameIsMacedonia.

Bill Nicholov
Macedonian Human Rights Movement International
416-850-7125
email us here


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