Radically Inclusive Dance Group Launches 5th Annual ON DISPLAY GLOBAL in honor of Day of Persons with Disabilities.

United Nations performance of ON DISPLAY

United Nations performance of ON DISPLAY

On December 3rd, to celebrate International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Heidi Latsky Dance leads 100s of individuals online in a performance.

In the current climate, where how you look can be weaponized against you, there's a renewed urgency for this work to continue.”

— Donald Lee, ODG Performer

NEW YORK, NY, USA, September 26, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — On December 3rd, 2020, to celebrate the United Nations’ International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Heidi Latsky Dance (HLD) will lead hundreds of individuals online in a performance of ON DISPLAY GLOBAL (ODG). First premiering in 2015, ON DISPLAY is a living sculpture court composed of dramatically different bodies from the worlds of disability, dance and fashion. A commentary on the body as spectacle, audiences are invited to actively stare beyond first impressions and perceived differences. Normally performed in-person at dozens of locations across the globe, the 5th annual ON DISPLAY GLOBAL will be entirely new, with participants appearing in a 6 hour Zoom performance that accommodates a breathtaking array of people from vastly different time-zones. Click here for access to a PRESS KIT.

Heidi Latsky Dance currently has 87 cities for ODG and plans to surpass 100 this year. Individuals interested in contributing to ODG may request information on becoming an “Ambassador” at ondisplay.us/join-us. An ambassador will help recruit their city’s local talent and determine how they are incorporated into the live stream presentation.

ON DISPLAY has a rich history. The work was originally commissioned by the NYC Mayor's Office in 2015 and performed in Times Square for the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). 5 years later, HLD’s film SOLO FLIGHT was commissioned by Lincoln Center to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the ADA. The success of this recent digital presentation emboldened the company to expand ON DISPLAY GLOBAL to its largest incarnation yet. ODG is presented in partnership with NYU Tisch School for the Arts, NYC Mayor’s Office, and the United Nations.

ON DISPLAY GLOBAL has a stunning growth trajectory. What began with 2 cities, New York, NY and Hobart, Australia, in 2015 grew to an impressive network of 87 cities in 22 countries during 2019. ODG has inhabited more than 200 public and private spaces at once and with as many as 650 participants in a single installation. Beyond annual performances at the United Nations and NYU Tisch School for the Arts, other notable locations have included NYC’s Whitney Museum, Washington DC’s National Portrait Gallery, Shanghai Himalayas Museum, Boston’s Widener Library, and Seoul, Korea’s Oil Tank Cultural Park.

Heidi Latsky Dance (HLD), founded in 2001, is a New York-based, female-run non-profit dance company dedicated to disrupting space, dismantling normal, and redefining beauty through radical inclusion, innovative performance, and challenging discourse. The group, physically integrated since 2006, has been called a “milestone in contemporary dance” by Dance Magazine. They’ve received commissions by the Joyce Theater, Whitney Museum, American Dance Festival, and more. Their films have screened with Central Park Summerstage, Kennedy Center, Harvard University, Jacob’s Pillow, and TedxWomen. The company presented the world premiere of D.I.S.P.L.A.Y.E.D at Baruch Performing Arts Center, underwritten by the CUNY Dance Initiative and the Gerald and Janet Carrus Foundation (2017). With support from the DCLA’s CreateNYC Disability Forward Fund, the Inaugural Art & Social Justice Award from the Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation, and Google, this event was incredibly unique. From 2017-2020 with Craig H. Neilsen Foundation funding, they created a pilot program for individuals with spinal cord injuries. This included a program partnership with Mount Sinai Hospital (2020) culminating in multiple performances throughout NYC and a documentary titled We are right here.

The company has virtual offerings that include the creation of three volumetric videos/holograms of two disabled women and Heidi herself, the result of a new augmented reality collaboration with Loren Abdulezer, CEO of Evolving Technologies Corporation. Recent awards include a 2020 MAP Fund grant for Suspended Disbelief, a project altering rules and creating language for artists and technologists to re-imagine accessibility as well as a Canada Council for the Arts project during 2020-21. For more, visit heidilatskydance.org.

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Emil Malak Pens an Op-ed: Could Continuous Rapid Testing Eliminate the Need for Lockdowns?

Emil Malak, CEO Voip-Pal, well versed in global politics, culture and health

VOIP-PAL CEO Emil Malak

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Emil Malak presents his Testing Plan that Would Allow all Businesses to Reopen

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We need to accept the fact that the coronavirus is not going to disappear the way MERS and SARS did. COVID-19 is a completely different animal and it will be with us for years.”

— Emil Malak

MADRID, SPAIN, September 26, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — CEOCFO Magazine, an independent investment publication that highlights important technologies and companies, today announced it has published an op-ed (https://www.ceocfointerviews.com/emilmalakoped092220.html) by Voip-Pal CEO Emil Malak. Voip-Pal.com Inc., Voip-Pal (OTCQB: VPLM), a Bellevue, Washington based company is an inventor and pioneer of the switching technology now being used by many of the world's largest telecommunication and social networking companies, without which they could not connect Landline phone calls to Internet phone calls. Mr. Malak has other business ventures and is well versed in global politics and culture.

In this most recent article Mr. Malak urges businesses to think “outside the box” and come up with solutions to keep the economy open. Malak wrote, “Businesses can provide their own solutions, by thinking outside the box and leaving cumbersome government bureaucracy behind. Business owners need to take matters into their own hands while abiding by the law. I have proposed a way to accomplish widespread rapid testing by placing converted ambulances as mobile testing centers on every corner. https://ceocfointerviews.com/emilmalakoped090220.html

Since the start of the pandemic, Emil Malak has advocated for widespread rapid testing as the way to keep the economy open and allow people to freely go about their business. Adding to his previous proposal of converting ambulances into mobile testing units, Mr. Malak has a new proposal for rapid result COVID-19 testing booths. Malak suggests, “Rapid results self-testing machine booths can be placed in business establishments and public buildings so people can regularly test themselves for the virus. These booths would be equipped with testing machines that deliver instant results to the person’s mobile phone within 2 to 5 minutes.” He continues, “Additionally, rapid results self-testing machine booths can be placed in business establishments and public buildings so people can regularly test themselves for the virus. These booths would be equipped with testing machines that deliver instant results to the person’s mobile phone within 2 to 5 minutes.”

Mr. Malak also discusses the recent rise in Coronavirus cases throughout Europe, saying, “On September 17th, the World Health Organization (WHO) issued a warning about the recent spike in coronavirus cases across Europe, calling the new surge in cases “alarming.” They labeled it as a "very serious situation" unfolding across the continent. In recent days, Europe has experienced the biggest rise in daily coronavirus cases since the virus began. France, Spain, United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, and Belgium are seeing record numbers of new cases. Even Israel is now imposing a second lockdown after seeing 4000 new cases in a single day last week. French President Macron has also raised the possibilities of forcing another nationwide lockdown. German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said the coronavirus pandemic is likely to worsen in coming months. Enforcing a draconian style lockdown is not as easy to do in western democracy as it is in autocratic China. We need to accept the fact that the coronavirus is not going to disappear the way MERS and SARS did. COVID-19 is a completely different animal and it will be with us for years.”
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Malak also pointed out how lockdowns have failed and have society. “Lockdowns have proven to be mostly futile as evidenced by what is taking place in Europe right now. They are going back to the same numbers they had at the beginning of the pandemic. People’s lives cannot be put on hold any longer, especially knowing the virus will be back. The economy must keep moving.”

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Bipartisan US Lawmakers, Distinguished Policy Figures Voice Support for a Free Iran

Days before the start of the UN General Assembly session, “Trans-Atlantic Summit on Iran Policy, Time to Hold the Iranian Regime Accountable,” was held on Sept 18, 2020, which brought together Iranians from 10,000 locations around the world.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), the summit’s keynote speaker, September 18, 2020.

Senator Roy Blunt (R-MO), Chair Of The Republican Policy Committee, addressed the “Trans-Atlantic Summit on Iran Policy, Time to Hold the Iranian Regime Accountable,” held on September 18, 2020

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), Foreign Relations Committee, addressed the “Trans-Atlantic Summit on Iran Policy, Time to Hold the Iranian Regime Accountable,” held on September 18, 2020

Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ), Ranking Member, Foreign Relations Committee, addressed the “Trans-Atlantic Summit on Iran Policy, Time to Hold the Iranian Regime Accountable,” held on September 18, 2020

Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL), Acting Chairman of the Select Committee on Intelligence, addressed the “Trans-Atlantic Summit on Iran Policy, Time to Hold the Iranian Regime Accountable,” held on September 18, 2020

Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH), Foreign Relations Committee, addressed the “Trans-Atlantic Summit on Iran Policy, Time to Hold the Iranian Regime Accountable,” held on September 18, 2020

Senator Martha McSally (R-AZ), Armed Services Committee, addressed the “Trans-Atlantic Summit on Iran Policy, Time to Hold the Iranian Regime Accountable,” held on September 18, 2020

At Trans-Atlantic summit, NCRI President-elect Maryam Rajavi outlines three pillars of an effective policy vis-a-vis the theocratic regime.

Every single dollar given to the regime will turn into a bullet that is fired into the hearts of youths in Iran, Iraq, Syria and Yemen.”

— Maryam Rajavi, NCRI President-elect

WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, September 25, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Days before the start of the annual session of the United Nations General Assembly, an online global event, “Trans-Atlantic Summit on Iran Policy, Time to Hold the Iranian Regime Accountable,” was held on September 18, 2020, which brought together Iranians from 10,000 locations around the world. The summit was broadcast live into Iran and livestreamed on Twitter and Facebook in five different languages.

A focus of the summit was the strategic necessity of reinstating all UN sanctions on Tehran as long as its barbaric suppression of protesters and terrorism and belligerence continues. The summit also focused on supporting the Iranian’s people’s Resistance and uprisings to bring about democratic change.

A bipartisan array of members of the US Senate and House of Representatives, as well as distinguished personalities were joined by parliamentarians from across the Atlantic, calling for a free Iran and support for a new path toward peace and security. More than 30 US lawmakers addressed the summit, including senators Ted Cruz (R-TX), Bob Menendez (D-NJ), Roy Blunt (R-MO), Marco Rubio (R-FL), Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH), Rob Portman (R-OH), Martha McSally (R-AZ), Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), Ron Johnson (R-WI), and Representatives Tom McClintock (R-CA), Sheila Jackson-Lee (D-TX), Ted Yoho (R-FL), Tom Emmer (R-MN), Judy Chu (D-CA), Paul Gosar (R-AZ), and Dan Crenshaw (R-TX).

Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani; General James Jones, first National Security Advisor to President Obama; General Jack Keane, former Vice-Chief of Staff of the United States Army; Hon. Newt Gingrich, former Speaker of the House; former senators Joseph Lieberman (D-CT), Robert Torricelli (D-NJ), and Kelly Ayotte (R-NH); and Ambassador Robert Joseph, former Undersecretary of State for Arms Control and International Security; also addressed the conference.

From Europe, Hon. David Jones and Hon. Bob Blackman, senior members of the United Kingdom’s House of Commons; Hon. Giulio Terzi, former Foreign Minister of Italy, and Hon. Pandeli Majko, former Prime Minister of Albania, spoke.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) was the summit’s keynote speaker. In her opening remarks, she paid tribute to Navid Afkari, an Iranian wrestling champion recently executed by the regime, adding: “Faced with executions and massacres, the people of Iran urge the United Nations and the U.N. Security Council, in particular, to restore the snapback sanctions stipulated in six U.N. resolutions against the clerical regime in Iran. Otherwise, Khamenei will continue to ravage the nation, as his regime’s survival depends on murder and suppression. If Khamenei were to stop executions, he would lose control of the situation, and uprisings simmering in the depths of Iranian society would erupt and overthrow the mullahs’ religious fascism.”

The NCRI President-elect continued: “What we say is this: Boycott the clerical regime. Boycotting the regime helps the fight against terrorism, against suppression and against corruption. Every single dollar given to the regime will turn into a bullet that is fired into the hearts of youths in Iran, Iraq, Syria and Yemen… Our people do not want uranium enrichment plants. Neither do they want a ballistic missile program, nor the regime’s criminal wars… There must be an end to the wrongheaded international policies that in practice aid the murderers of the Iranian people, allowing the religious fascism to violate the rights of the people of Iran and spread war and terrorism in the Middle East.”

In closing, Mrs. Rajavi outlined three pillars of an effective policy vis-a-vis the theocratic regime: human rights for all the people of Iran, comprehensive sanctions against the religious dictatorship, and recognition of the Iranian people’s Resistance and struggle for freedom.

Highlights of remarks by some of the speakers at the summit, which was emceed by Ms. Trish Regan, include:

SENATOR ROY BLUNT, CHAIR OF THE REPUBLICAN POLICY COMMITTEE: Iran has simply increased its destructive activities after the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, the JCPOA, did not work. Strengthening sanctions is an appropriate response to Iran’s continued aggression. We need to be concerned about the daily attacks on the people of Iran who, through their uprisings, their protests and strikes, have been seeking regime change. And we really see an escalation of those protests in the last two years.

SENATOR TED CRUZ, FOREIGN RELATIONS COMMITTEE: Iran's tyrannical and evil regime continues to finance and export terror, endangering the lives of Americans and the national security of both us and our allies. By using our existing authority to invoke the snapback sanctions mechanism, we have taken a necessary step to counter Iran's aggression, to deny the regime resources and to significantly slow the development and deployment of Iran's nuclear program.

SENATOR BOB MENENDEZ, RANKING MEMBER, FOREIGN RELATIONS COMMITTEE: While in Congress we may have differing approaches about the best way to address the threat from Iran, rest assured that we remain united against the regime’s fundamental abuses against its citizens, oppressing and denying fundamental rights to women, jailing peaceful activists, threatening journalists. Moreover, we stand united in our efforts to prevent Iran from continuing to export its ideology in the form of terrorist actors and destabilizing activities. And we are united in preventing Iran from being able to threaten her neighbors and the world with a nuclear weapon.

SENATOR MARCO RUBIO, ACTING CHAIRMAN OF THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON INTELLIGENCE: This battle, your battle, our battle, is not simply to keep Iran from getting a nuclear weapon, not simply to keep Iran from continuing to sponsor terrorism—this is all very important—the real battle is to give Iran back to the Iranian people so they can reclaim the greatness of an extraordinary civilization and once again be the home of a peaceful country in which people from all different backgrounds live together and contribute to the world..

SENATOR JEANNE SHAHEEN, FOREIGN RELATIONS COMMITTEE: The regime denies its people the right to freedom of assembly, expression and association. I’m an original sponsor of legislation [S.Res.539] that expresses support for the rights of the people of Iran to determine their own future and condemns the Iranian regime for its crackdown against legitimate protests.

SENATOR ROB PORTMAN, CHAIRMAN OF THE PERMANENT SUBCOMMITTEE ON INVESTIGATIONS: The people of Iran deserve better than a government that spends its scarce resources on proxy forces and terrorism instead of domestic priorities.

SENATOR MARTHA MCSALLY, ARMED SERVICES COMMITTEE: The U.S. and the international community must continue to hold Iran accountable for its human rights violations and reprehensible behavior. Our world cannot be stable while the number one sponsor of terror continues to operate.

SENATOR KIRSTEN GILLIBRAND, ARMED SERVICES COMMITTEE: It is a privilege to send greetings to everyone attending the Summit to Support a Free Iran. I also send my regards to each of today's speakers, who are joining in this important effort to support democracy and freedom for the Iranian people.

SENATOR RON JOHNSON, CHAIRMAN, HOMELAND SECURITY AND GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE: For decades, Iran has cracked down on dissenters and peaceful protestors. Navid Afkari is one of the latest victims of Iran’s brutal regime. The United States condemns his execution and continues to stand with the people of Iran.

REP. TOM MCCLINTOCK, JUDICIARY COMMITTEE: Iran’s rulers are beginning to fear the resistance. The Iranian opposition to the regime, the National Council of Resistance of Iran, is steadily gaining momentum and has thus become the main target of the regime’s global terrorists. Dozens of the Iranian regime’s so-called diplomats as well as its agents have been expelled or jailed by European nations, including Belgium, France, Albania, as well as the United States, for their terror plots, particularly against NCRI officials.

REP. SHEILA JACKSON-LEE, HOMELAND SECURITY COMMITTEE: I rise to be able to support the fighters in Iran for human rights, and to stand with those like Madam Rajavi, who want human rights, and the fight against the abuses, the horrible abuses that people are facing in Iran who just simply want justice, equality and human rights. I’m standing with the message of Mrs. Rajavi, that we want freedom.

REP. TED YOHO, FOREIGN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE: We must remember those who have given their lives in the past for a free Iran and a better future for their children, especially the 30,000 political prisoners who lost their lives in the 1988 massacre. To the people of Iran, please know that America stands with you in wanting to provide a better life, free from oppression and fear, and we strongly support the fundamental rights of all Iranians to the rights and liberties that all should be free to enjoy.

REP. JUDY CHU, WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE: Today, we remember the thousands of political prisoners who were massacred in Iran in 1988, simply for having the courage to express their political opinions. But even decades later, Iran refuses to acknowledge the killings or even tell the families where their loved ones are buried. That is because many of those responsible are still in power today, and Iran’s mullahs are continuing to oppress their people and export terror.

REP. LANCE GOODEN, FINANCIAL SERVICES COMMITTEE: I support the 10-point plan that Madam Rajavi has put out, as I know all of you do… And I also want to encourage people of Iran fighting oppression, to stay strong and know that you have friends around the world who believe in you and in a free Iran.

REP. PAUL GOSAR, OVERSIGHT AND REFORM COMMITTEE : House Resolution 374, of which I’m an original sponsor condemns Iranian state sponsored terrorism, and expresses support for the Iranian people’s desire for a democratic, secular, and non-nuclear republic of Iran. We are working hard in support of Mrs. Maryam Rajavi and her vision for Iran’s future.

REP. DAN CRENSHAW, HOMELAND SECURITY COMMITTEE: We cannot allow the Ayatollah and his corrupt government to continue these atrocities against the Iranian people. And that’s why 220 of my colleagues and I have joined Representative Tom McClintock’s House Resolution 374 to condemn the regime’s sponsorship for terrorism, and support the Iranian people’s desire for a free Iran.

MAYOR RUDI GIULIANI: There must be an end to the regime's destructive meddling in the activities of other countries in the region and terrorism all throughout the world. The MEK or the NCRI present a dramatic democratic alternative to this regime of terror. They have a government-in-waiting that can take Iran through the transition. Iran is deathly afraid of Madame Rajavi's whole vision for a future Iran. Madame Rajavi wants to have a free Iran.

HON. NEWT GINGRICH: The distance we have to go to Mrs. Rajavi's dream of a unified, peaceful, democratic Iran, an Iran that is back as part of the world of nations that are free, an Iran where people can freely travel to and from the country, that dream still has a lot of work to turn it into reality. I commend each of you for being personally involved. I want you to know that this kind of patriotism, this kind of dedication, is what is necessary if we are to defeat dictatorships.

GENERAL JAMES JONES: There should be more isolation of the leaders of Iran. They should not be welcomed in countries that support freedom and democracy. We must support the Iranian people. We must support the NCRI and the people of Iran. They are the ones who will topple the regime. They will usher in a new era for the history of Iran. I am deeply appreciative of the leadership of Madam Rajavi and her Jeffersonian ten-point plan.

GENERAL JACK KEANE: I join my American colleagues in fully supporting your resistance movement, your drive for a free Iran, your willingness, under the leadership of Maryam Rajavi, to inspire the people of Iran and the people around the world by vividly bringing to the world's attention the struggle of the Iranian people for their freedom.

SENATOR JOSEPH LIEBERMAN: I’m a Democrat, and you know how long has been my support of freedom for the people of Iran and opposition to this regime. There are many more like me in the Democratic party. You’ve seen Democratic members of Congress address you today… So, you have bipartisan support in Congress. Once the Iran regime falls, the beneficiaries will not just be the people of Iran who will finally be given their freedom, and the NCRI will play a leading role in bringing that about.

SENATOR KELLY AYOTTE: The mullahs must go. And we know there is an alternative. Mrs. Rajavi and the NCRI, your ten-point plan presents a great alternative for the Iranian people, one that envisions a peaceful, democratic country and a future based on universal suffrage, gender equality, freedom of speech, separation of religion and state, and of course a non-nuclear Iran. Sanctions should be implemented, and I believe also that there is a bipartisan consensus in the U.S. Congress.

AMBASSADOR ROBERT JOSEPH: Let me begin by thanking our friends at Ashraf 3 who are with us today. You and your brothers and sisters inside Iran, the resistance units, are the true beacons of freedom. For over a generation, you have endured unspeakable suffering at the hands of the regime, as you stood up for your values—democracy, human rights, equality of the sexes, and a secular republic, where sovereignty resides with the people, not with the corrupt ruling class.

HON. GIULIO TERZI: I regret the present European attitude on Iran… Serious pressure must be exerted on the Iranian regime. The regime in Tehran must understand that it will pay a heavy price. A true European deterrence is needed.

HON. DAVID JONES: The coming debate in the UN General Assembly offers an opportunity for the UK and the US to press for the continuation of those sanctions, encouraging other nations to follow the principled approach based on a hard-headed response to the reality of the situation in Iran and not to follow appeasement, by adopting a firm resolve to hold the regime's leaders to account at an international level for past crimes against humanity and current the people of Iran, and the pro-democracy movement that's led by Madame Rajavi, supporting a viable Iranian-made solution to the current regime in Tehran.

HON. BOB BLACKMAN: Appeasing the theocratic leaders in Tehran by overlooking their breaches of their obligations under the Nuclear Deal will not bring about moderation or reforms to the benefit of the Iranian people. The international community should agree to and establish an independent international inquiry into the 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners… The time has come to stand with the people of Iran and their resistance movement, the NCRI, and its leader, Madame Rajavi.

HON. PANDELI MAJKO: The Mujahedeen [MEK] and Madame Rajavi, the woman of peace, are the alternative for a lasting peace between East and the West. In the future, they may turn into an alternative for internal dialogue in Iranian society. Their survival keeps hope not only for freedom in Iran but also for the relationship between East and West.

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Duke and the Doctor Celebrate the Success of Charitable Campaign in Support of the Wounded Warrior Project

The Wounded Warrior Project is a non-profit organization providing a wide range of health and wellness resources to aid veterans and active duty service members

HENDERSON, NEVADA, UNITED STATES, September 25, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Duke and the Doctor are pleased to announce the closing of their Charitable Campaign for the Wounded Warrior Project. After a highly successful fundraiser, they would like to thank all those who contributed monetary donations in support of veterans and active duty service members.

Duke Liberatore and his wife Dr. Jan McBarron are known for their long-running radio show, “Duke and the Doctor.” They launched the charitable campaign to support the Wounded Warrior Project and are proud to lend their support to those who have served while honoring members of their own family who sacrificed their lives for freedom.

"The Wounded Warrior Project helps people heal both mentally and physically" claims Dr. Jan McBarron, "It is an honor to help give back to those who have given up so much for us."

By offering an extensive range of services, the organization is transforming the way America's veterans are empowered, employed, and engaged with their communities. Their primary objective is to help warriors recover, and transition back into a normal civilian life.

For more information on the organization and its services, please visit their official website here.

About Duke and the Doctor

Hosted by Duke Liberatore and his wife Dr. Jan McBarron, their nationally syndicated Duke and the Doctor broadcast has been formally recognized as one of the "Top 100 Most Influential Nationally Syndicated Radio Shows." Duke founded, operated and after 24 years ultimately sold an extraordinarily successful chain of health food stores and Dr. Jan McBarron is an award-winning Bariatric Medical Doctor, author, and public speaker. For more than 20 years Duke and the Doctor answered calls from thousands of listeners and helped people on the way to better health and improved quality of life.

To Learn more, visit https://www.drjanmcbarron.com/.

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Erik Solheim and Rudrakumaran to speak at an Event on Future of Tamils in Sri Lanka

When: Saturday (26th) ; Time: 9:00 am (New York) and 3:00 pm (Oslo, Norway).
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NEW YORK, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, September 25, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ —

Mr. Erik Solheim who served as the Under-Secretary General of the United Nations and organized several rounds of peace talks between Sri Lankan Government and Tamil Tigers and Mr. Visuvanathan Rudrakumaran who is the Prime Minister of Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE) and served as the Legal Advisor to Tamil Tigers during the Peace talks, will speak at an event on the future of Tamils in Sri Lanka.

When: Saturday (26th)

Time: 9:00 am (New York) and 3:00 pm (Oslo, Norway).

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This event is organized by Tamil Research Institute (TRI) and the event is titled Future of Eelam Tamils in current Geo-Political Dynamics.
A Comprehensive Analysis of Eelam Tamil Ethnic Crisis and the Sustainable Solution.

Other Speakers include:

1) Krishna: Professor, Political Science, School of Advanced Studies, University of Tyumen, Russia.
2) Ayyanathan: Political Analyst, Tamil Nadu, Union of India.
3) Arun Kumar: Geo Political Analyst, Associate -Tamil Research Institute (TRI).

ERIK SOLHEIM:

Mr. Erik Solheim is an experienced peace negotiator, having acted as the main facilitator of the peace process in Sri Lanka from 1998 to 2005. The peace process led to a ceasefire and peace talks. He also contributed to peace processes in Sudan, Nepal, Myanmar and Burundi.

In addition to his role in government and international development, Solheim served has UN Environment’s Special Envoy for Environment, Conflict and Disaster and a Patron of Nature for the International Union for the Conservation of Nature. He has also received a number of awards for his work on climate and the environment, including UN Environment’s Champions of the Earth award.

VISUVANATHAN RUDRAKUMARAN:

Mr. Rudrakumaran is a New York base lawyer and is the Prime Minister of Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE).

The Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE) is a democratically elected Government of over a million strong Tamils (from the island of Sri Lanka) living in several countries around the world.

TGTE was formed after the mass killing of Tamils by the Sri Lankan Government in 2009.

TGTE thrice held internationally supervised elections among Tamils around the world to elect 132 Members of Parliament. It has two chambers of Parliament: The House of Representatives and the Senate and also a Cabinet.

TGTE is leading a campaign to realize the political aspirations of Tamils through peaceful, democratic, and diplomatic means and its Constitution mandates that it should realize its political objectives only through peaceful means. It’s based on the principles of nationhood, homeland and self-determination.

TGTE seeks that the international community hold the perpetrators of war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide against the Tamil people to account. TGTE calls for a referendum to decide the political future of Tamils.

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Peter Light Maine: Finding the Right Senior Care for Your Loved One

As your elderly parent or loved one ages, it may be time to consider hiring a senior caregiver to provide the companionship and/or care he or she requires

SOUTH PORTLAND, MAINE, UNITED STATES, September 25, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Peter Light Maine: Finding the Right Senior Care for Your Loved One

As your elderly parent, relative, or loved one ages, it may be time to consider hiring a senior caregiver to provide the companionship and/or care he or she requires. Peter Light Maine of Amada Senior Care is one option for quality care in the home. However, if you are wondering what to look for in an exceptional, compassionate, caregiver, here are some things consider during your search.

Peter Light Freeport: Understand the Needs of the Elder

The first step to finding the right senior care, according to Peter Light Freeport, is to determine what needs your loved one will need help with. This may include basic hygiene needs (bathing, grooming, etc.), mobility assistance, or perhaps they need to be driven to appointments. Create a list of needs he or she will need help with to find the right person or agency to hire.

Peter Light Maine: Know What You Can Afford

Depending on the years of experience the caregiver has, their educational level, and the amount of care the elder will need, senior care can be costly. If other members of your family will be assisting with the cost, pick a time to meet and discuss how much everyone is willing to pay. If you are covering the costs alone, go over your current expenses and income to come up with a number that can be feasibly paid. Some caregivers are affordable and have a great deal of experience, such as Peter Light Freeport. Take the time to research all affordable options before making your decision.

Peter Light Freeport: Ask for References

Do you have a friend or acquaintance who has had the task of finding home care for their loved one? Give them a call to find out what senior care professional they trust and what fees can be expected. One of the best ways to find a caregiver that you can trust to reliably care for the elder in your life is through word of mouth. Do not be afraid to contact people in your life whose opinion you trust to find the right person for the job.

Peter Light Maine: Set up the Interview

Once you have narrowed your list of potential caregivers down, it is time to conduct the interview. Before this phone call or meeting, create a list of questions you may have, such as whether or not that individual has experience helping someone with similar needs as your loved one.

Peter Light Freeport: Conduct a Background check

Did you finally decide who you should hire for the job? That is great news, but your job of seeking the professional your loved one needs is not done. The last step is to conduct a background check. This is the perfect opportunity to determine if there are any skeletons he or she has in his or her closet that was not mentioned in the interview. Do not skip this step as your loved one needs someone that can be trusted.
For those who do not know what to expect when hiring a senior caregiver, the process of hiring the right person can be a scary one. By following these steps, you are sure to find a great companion for the elder, such as Peter Light Maine.

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Winning: The Only Peaceable Option to Violent Revolution

William W. Fawell released his much-anticipated essay, “Winning: The Peaceable Option to Violent Revolution” at electanewcongress.com

On the 'Usurpation of Constitutional Powers'… "for though this, in one instance, may be the instrument of good, it is the customary weapon by which free governments are destroyed.””

— President George Washington Sept 17, 1796

GALENA, ILLINOIS, USA, September 25, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — William W. Fawell, author and former candidate for Congress released his much-anticipated essay, “Winning: The Peaceable Option to Violent Revolution,” as the only means to avoid the violence of Revolution gripping America.

“Many people are yet unaware that America is caught in the cyclical event of Revolution, yet it is becoming more and more obvious every day,” began Fawell. “This is the first chapter in my next book “The System Isn’t Broken, IT’S FIXED” that will be electronically free to all. It is a message of hope and the only peaceful way out for an America that is teetering upon the abyss of internecine violence. There is only one way to avoid this clash and that is the reorganization of government back to one that serves all the people and not just the chosen elite.”

“History defines a Revolution as a governmental bankruptcy, brought on by the over-centralization of both money and political power within a government. At the heart of the issue is the faction of both the Republican and Democratic Party’s, which must be destroyed as they have both evolved into factions of mutual admiration societies of corruption only to represent the two faces of the same coin of Agency government and Administrative Law,” Fawell continued. “It is this historically corrupt system of Party, their Factions and bastardization of our Constitution that today emulates the very worst features of fascist/communist tyrants and their tin badged dictators, which President Washington warned America of over 200 years ago, as America is no longer a Democratic Republic.”

Fawell, a candidate for Congress in both 2018 and 2020, has been the subject of derision by both Democrat and Republican Party’s being both slandered and libeled as a “Conspiracy Theorist.” First by CNN and the David Brock/George Soros Media Matters/Share Blue propaganda machine in August of 2018, and immediately thereafter excommunicated by the ever-corrupt Illinois Republican Party for defying their soul-destroying loyalty to faction at the expense of representing the People, the same problem afflicting the Democratic Party, well documented and particularly abhorrent to Illinois.

“The remedy I share is well supported by every American,” Fawell opined. “Term Limits and the decentralization of Agency government and its Administrative Laws are the keys to Liberty and Freedom, the latter beginning with an Audit of the Federal Reserve Bank, which having passed the House 3x has failed to gain the Senate. Term Limits is the remedy to the curse of party faction over people, and the latter Fed Audit, to dismantle the means by which 90% of the laws we American’s struggle under and designated as Administrative Law, in violation of our United States Constitution, which today is written by tens of thousands of lobbyists at the monetary behest of hundreds of billionaires and a thousand corporations in opposition against hundreds of millions of American’s.”

“America is experiencing a Revolution that pitches one America against the other,” Fawell warned. “If we are to survive this Revolution we must treat it as the bankruptcy that it is, and this demands we American’s must force this simple and popular reorganize our government in order to mollify this Revolution and its causes of Party Faction and Agency personified by the Federal Reserve Bank and the two party system. Else, failing this task, we will have condemned America into the abyss of liquidation and its accompanying violence along with the probable break up of these United States of America.”

“I refuse to stand by and watch this happen to the Greatest Nation our world has ever known,” Fawell closed, “and I invite all American’s to join with me and lobby every politician that wants your vote and demand that they openly support Term Limits and an Audit of the Federal Reserve Bank. Our lives and an America based in Liberty and the Freedoms and Equality it affords depend upon this concerted action today, tomorrow and always. God Bless America and all within it.”

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New Children's Book Brings S.T.E.M. to Life

African American child engineer

The Amazing World of STEM Book Cover

African American children's book illustrator

The Amazing World of STEM Illustrator, Keva M. Richardson

The Real Life STEM

The Amazing World of STEM Author, Naeem K. Turner-Bandele

The Amazing World of STEM is the exciting story of Stuart Tyson Elmo Morgan, an African American child engineer. STEM helps his community and changes the world.

'The Amazing World of STEM' addresses issues critical to all communities such as climate change, diversity, empathy, equity, family engagement, inclusion, renewable energy, STEM education, and more.”

— Nathaniel A. Turner, JD, MALS

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, UNITED STATES, September 25, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Artist Keva M. Richardson thought she had done just about every form of art she'd ever do until her mentor apprised her of an opportunity. A father and son who lived out of town were writing a children's book but were having trouble finding the right illustrator.

Co-authors Naeem K. Turner-Bandele and Nathaniel A. Turner connected with Keva via Zoom. Almost immediately, the three people, still not having the ability to meet in person due to COVID-19, felt a kindred connection, and agreed to work together.

The Baltimore, Maryland native, having received offers to illustrate various projects before, knew that none of those offers were like this book. Keva says, "This project was different. Instantly I knew that I'd be doing so much more than illustrating a children's book; my art would help make several social statements. And in helping to bring STEM to life, I realized there was a possibility that my illustrations could inspire the next generation of artists and engineers to reach for the stars, to chase their dreams, and to use their unique talents to change the world."

'The Amazing World of STEM,' the children's book Keva illustrated, is scheduled for a September 28, 2020 release. According to the Towson University alum, 'The Amazing World of STEM' highlights several critical societal issues routinely overlooked in books featuring children of color. Keva should know because, in addition to being an artist, she's also a teacher.

'The Amazing World of STEM' touches on topics such as family engagement, STEM Education, Diversity, Inclusion, & Equity, Green Communities, empathy, and more. And now that the first book is complete and subsequent editions to the series are in the works, the Maryland Institute College of Art graduate student knows she was the right person to help give the burgeoning child engineer, Stuart Tyson Elmo Morgan, his family, diverse village, and the amazing world where he lives life.

"I've always helped young readers and students discover the power of creativity and imaginative thinking via art. Now, having worked on this project," Keva says, "I have little doubt that my work will always promote diversity and the best of humanity, art for which all students can enjoy and be inspired."

About 'The Amazing World of STEM'

The Amazing World of STEM is the perfect book for any child who is intellectually ambitious, globally, and culturally curious, and compassionate. Co-authors, son and father, Naeem K. Turner-Bandele and Nathaniel A. Turner craft a picture book illustrated by Keva M. Richardson that exemplifies and promotes the need for diversity in science, technology, engineering, and math and the societal benefits of combining STEM with the best of humanity.

For more information, contact the publisher, Two Crabs and a Lion, at 2crabs1lion@gmail.com. You can purchase 'The Amazing World of STEM' wherever books are sold including, Amazon, Apple Books, and Barnes & Noble.

Nathaniel A. Turner, JD, MALS
Two Crabs And A Lion
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UNYA-GHANA AND NEKOTECH LAUNCH PETITION TO GHANA GOVERNMENT TO #ENDDEADLYWORK IN THE MIDDLE EAST FOR MIGRANT WOMEN

UNYA-GHANA PETITIONS GHANA TO PROTECT MIGRANT WOMEN DOMESTIC WORKERS FROM VIOLENCE IN THE MIDDLE EAST

UNYA-GHANA Chairperson and International Best Selling Authour of Deadly Work or Decent Work?

UNYA-GH URGES AFRICAN LEADERS TO SHUN SLAVE-LIKE KAFALA IN THE MIDDLE EAST FOR MIGRANT WOMEN DOMESTIC WORKERS BY RATIFYING AND IMPLEMENTING UN ILO C189 AND 190

I urge all governments to make the prevention and redress of violence against women a key part of their national response plans for Covid19”

— H.E. Antonio Guterres, UN Sec. General

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, September 25, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — For Immediate Release

September 25, 2020

For more info contact 
Mr. Dainton Haase
Deputy Executive Director
Nekotech Center for Labour
Migration Diplomacy 

The United Nations Youth Association of Ghana (UNYA-GH) in partnership with the US based Diasporan #ENDDEADLYWORK Coalition (DEC), launched the "#Enddeadlywork in the Middle East" Petition to the Government of Ghana on September 21, 2020 as part of the UN75 Peace Day 2020 activities.

The UNYA-GH/DEC petition to the Government of Ghana was launched to mitigate the many highly disturbing reports from African migrant women domestic workers employed in the globally critised Middle-Eastern slave-like employment system, Kafala.

 "The plight of these workers has been exacerbated by Covid19, and for those in Lebanon, the explosions have deepened their crisis-many women are stranded, sick, suffering and in some cases, suicidal," said the renowned H.E. Rev. Dr. A.K. Ocansey, UNYA-GH Chairperson and an international best selling authour of: "Deadly Work or Decent Work?"
Though Ghana, Nigeria and the Gambia have rescued many of their migrant women, there are more women who still need to be rescued and be brought home as they face severe conditions in cramped detention centers or sexual harassment on the streets, facing homelessness.

 The United Nations first established the UN Peace Day in 1981 by the UN General Assembly (A/RES/36/67) to strengthen and promote universal peace among all nations and peoples worldwide.  In 2001, the General Assembly (A/RES/55/282) unanimously voted for the UN Peace Day to be honoured annually by all nations on September 21 as a day of non-violence and ceasefire, with awareness and educational events on peace. 

 In Ghana, September 21 holds an additional significance: it is the birthdate of the late Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, the first President of Ghana. He was respected as a man devoted to the cause of humanity, one who stood not only for his own people, but one who fought for peace and against social injustices everywhere, by being "his brother’s keeper". 

When he fought for the independence of Ghana, he asked Ghanaians to fight for the total liberation of all Africans, helping nations like Nigeria gain independence. When he fought for the unity of Ghana, he also fought for the unity of the continent of Africa, calling for a United States of Africa, and becoming a founding member of the OAU (Organisation of African Unity). 

In line with the UN75 Peace Day theme of "Shaping Peace Together" and in the spirit of "being our brother's keeper", the UNYA-GH and DEC are petitioning the Ghana Government and all African Leaders to protect migrant women domestic workers from abuse. In the short term, by urgently rescuing them and bringing them back to their home countries and by:

1. Immediately abolishing signing Kafala Bilateral Labour Agreements, to protect migrant domestic workers from violence and sexual harrassment in their workplaces overseas.
2. Ratifying and implementing UN ILO Conventions 189 and 190.

‘Today, as we at UNYA-Gh recognise Dr. Nkrumah and his immense contributions towards  Peace, and on this UN75 Peace Day 2020, we petition the Ghana Government and all African leaders to shape peace together with us in the world of work for migrant women domestic workers, " said H.E. Lillian Sally Addo, Country Head of UNYA-GH.

Through the UNYA 275 MPs in each of Ghana's Districts and Shadow Ministers – supported by UNYA Peace Ambassadors, Goodwill Ambassadors – including Ghanaian Football star, Mr. Asamoah Djan and UNYA Women – the UNYA-GH is uniquely positioned with DEC to lead this petition in Ghana as a model for all African youth to emulate.
"We want slavery to end for good in the world of work for our youth, under our watch", said Rt. Hon. Robert Owusu, UNYA-GH Speaker of the House.
UNYA-GH expressed gratitude to the Ghana Government for the recent Legislative instrument 2408, Labour Regulations 2020, which establishes a governance framework for the regulation and protection of domestic work in Ghana. 

UNYA-GH is requesting that the same concern be extended to migrant domestic workers in the Middle-East.

  "God in His Sovereign Wisdom has positioned the UNYA-GH and DEC, to take on this divine assignment of joining hands with our Government at such a time as this, to wipe away the tears of many Ghanaian and African migrant women during this difficult pandemic," said UNYA-GH Chaplain, Evangelist Patrick Sarfo. "This is a task we are fully committed to," he concluded.

UNYA GHANA is a youth led non profit organization that models the UN Agenda. UNAs and UNYAs in thier various countries must work with government especially,  Foreign Affairs Ministries. In 2011, UNYA GHANA was registered and launched at Kofi Annan International Peace Keeping Center. In 2012, it was  officially adopted as the Youth Wing of UNA GHANA.

UNYA-GH currently has over 5000 members and has a very strong presence in all sixteen regions of Ghana.
The organization has established several initiatives that model the UN agenda on peace and security, SDGs and most importantly, the promotion of UN security council resolution 2250, which calls for  youth participation in the national decision making process.

Diasporan #ENDDEADLYWORK Coalition is a US based global grassroots campaign, an initiative of the Nekotech Center for Labour Migration Diplomacy with over 50,000 members of renowned world peace advocates, including former Presidents, universities, mega churches, world renowned institutions and Labour migration stakeholders across all racial and faith based lines, fighting together to ensure Kafala and all forms of forced labour is ended for Africans, especially migrant African women.
For more information contact: Ms Rose Oman +1718-770-7916 or email info@nekotechcenter.org 

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UNYA-GHANA AND NEKOTECH LAUNCH CAMPAIGN TO END DEADLY WORK IN THE MIDDLE EAST FOR AFRICAN MIGRANT WOMEN DOMESTIC WORKERS

UNYA-GHANA AND NEKOTECH MAKE AN URGENTLY CALL TO ABOLISH KAFALA BILATERAL LABOUR AGREEMENTS

UNYA-GHANA AND NEKOTECH LAUNCH #ENDDEADLYWORK CAMPAIGN TO PROTECT MIGRANT WOMEN DOMESTIC WORKERS FROM VIOLENCE IN THE MIDDLE EAST

UNYA-GHANA Chairperson and International Best Selling Authour of the book: ‘Deadly Work or Decent Work?’

H.E. President Nana Akufo-Addo – President of Ghana, AU Gender Champion, UN He4She and ECOWAS CHAIR- Ghana Shows Concern for Domestic Workers in New Labour Regulations 2020, Legislative Instrument, LI 2408

AFRICAN GOVERNMENTS URGED TO PROTECT AFRICAN MIGRANT DOMESTIC WORKERS BY SHUNNING KAFALA BILATERAL LABOUR AGREEMENTS AND RATIFYING UN ILO C189 AND C190

Today I appeal for peace in homes around the world. I urge all governments to put women's safety first as they respond to the pandemic.”

— H.E. Antonio Guterres, UN Secretary General

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, September 25, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — For Immediate Release
September 25, 2020
For more info contact:
Mr. Dainton Haase
Deputy Executive Director
Nekotech Center for Labour Migration Diplomacy
Info@nekotechcenter.org

The United Nations Youth Association of Ghana (UNYA-GH) in partnership with the US based Diasporan #ENDDEADLYWORK Coalition (DEC), launched the "#Enddeadlywork in the Middle East" Campaign on September 21, 2020 in marking the UN75 Peace Day 2020.

The UNYA-GH/DEC Campaign was launched to mitigate the many highly disturbing reports from African migrant domestic workers employed in the globally criticized Middle-Eastern slave-like employment system, Kafala.

"The plight of these workers has been exacerbated by Covid19, and for those in Lebanon, the explosions have deepened their crisis such that many women are stranded, sick, suffering and in some cases, even suicidal," said H.E. Rev. Dr. A.K. Ocansey, UNYA-GH Chairperson and Founder of the Nekotech Center for Labour Migration Diplomacy. "We pray that the private and public sectors of all African countries will arise and urgently help stop the suffering of these women, to give them peace of mind," she concluded.

The United Nations first established the UN Peace Day in 1981 by the UN General Assembly (A/RES/36/67) to strengthen and promote universal peace among all nations and peoples worldwide. In 2001, the General Assembly (A/RES/55/282) was unanimously voted for the UN Peace Day to be honoured annually by all nations on September 21 as a day of non-violence and ceasefire, with awareness and educational events on peace.

In line with the UN75 Peace Day theme of "Shaping Peace Together", the UNYA-GH and DEC launched the Campaign which calls on all African leaders to urgently rescue stranded African migrant women domestic workers in the Middle-East. The campaign makes a clarion call to action towards these additional three requests to all African leaders:

1. Ratifying and implementing UN ILO Conventions 189 and 190.

2. Abolishing signing Kafala Bilateral Labour Agreements, to protect migrant domestic workers from violence and sexual harrassment in their workplaces overseas.

3. Establishing a multilateral Africa-Middle-East Domestic Workers Migration Process Platform for Decent Work Dialogues.

While countries like Ghana, Nigeria and Gambia have rescued some of their women, many more women are still stranded and suffering in the kafala system in Lebanon and other Middle Eastern countries that still practise the slave-like kafala.

‘Today, as we at UNYA-Gh recognise Dr. Nkrumah and his immense contributions towards Peace and African Unity, and on this UN75 Peace Day 2020, we launch this campaign to support our African leaders and to join hands with them to shape peace together in the world of work for all migrant African women domestic workers, " said H.E. Lillian Sally Addo, Country Head of UNYA-GH.

Through the UNYA 275 MPs and Shadow Ministers – backed by UNYA Peace Ambassadors, Goodwill Ambassadors – including Ghanaian Football star, Mr. Asamoah Djan and UNYA Women – the UNYA-GH is uniquely positioned with DEC to lead this campaign not only in Ghana, but to share lessons learned with other youth on the Continent of Africa.

"We want slavery to end for good in the world of work for our youth under our watch", said Rt. Hon. Robert Owusu, UNYA-GH Speaker of the House.

"God in His Sovereign wisdom has positioned the UNYA-GH and DEC, to take on this divine assignment of joining hands with our African Governments at such a time as this, to wipe away the tears of many African migrant women," said UNYA-GH Chaplain, Evangelist Patrick Sarfo. "This is a task we are fully committed to," he said.

UNYA GHANA is a youth led non profit organization that models the UN Agenda. UNAs and UNYAs in their various countries must work with government especially, Foreign Affairs Ministries. In 2011, UNYA GHANA was registered and launched at Kofi Annan International Peace Keeping Center. In 2012, it was officially adopted as the Youth Wing of UNA GHANA. UNYA-GH currently has over 5000 members and has a very strong presence in all sixteen regions of Ghana. The organization has established several initiatives that model the UN agenda on peace and security, SDGs and most importantly, the promotion of UN security council resolution 2250, which calls for youth participation in national decision making processes.

Diasporan #ENDDEADLYWORK Coalition is a US based global grassroots campaign, an initiative of the Nekotech Center for Labour Migration Diplomacy with over 10,000 members of renowned world peace advocates, including former Presidents, universities, mega churches, world renowned institutions and Labour migration stakeholders across all racial and faith based lines, fighting together to ensure Kafala and all forms of forced labour are ended for Africans, especially migrant African women domestic workers.

For more information contact: Ms Rose Oman +1718-770-7916 or email info@nekotechcenter.org

Ms. Rose Oman
Nekotech Center for Labour Migration Diplomacy
+1 718-770-7916
email us here
Visit us on social media:
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Twitter

#ENDDEADLYWORK #BringBackoursisters


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