Autonomous Vehicle Market 2019- Global Industry Analysis, By Key Players, Segmentation, Trends and Forecast By 2025

Global Autonomous Vehicle Market

Global Autonomous Vehicle Market

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, October 3, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Summary:
A new market study, titled “Discover Global Autonomous Vehicle Market Upcoming Trends, Growth Drivers and Challenges” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.
Introduction
Global Autonomous Vehicle Market

Autonomous Vehicle Market is backed by technologically advanced artificial intelligence (AI). An Autonomous Vehicle technology progresses from driver driven vehicle to having full autonomy vehicle. It has enormous benefits including road safety, mobility for non-drivers, time-saving for drivers, less pollution, and reduced transportation cost. Autonomous Vehicle Market is expected to flourish with greater adoption due to its technologically advanced systems. These advances will transform the way people think about mobility and will have the greatest impact on their lifestyle. Along with technological improvements, Autonomous Vehicle Market will witness significant growth due to increasing potential impact on profitability and business models.

In the coming period, the adoption of advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) technology will prepare for a Fully Autonomous Vehicle Market. The growing economy and robust development in the automobile industry ensure exponential growth in Autonomous Vehicle Market in the years ahead. Autonomous Vehicle has the potential to make the roads safer, but system security plays a vital role. The Industry needs to come out with high secured software to combat high tech hacking. Hackers now are a step ahead, so this issue needs to be sorted out.

The Autonomous Vehicle is assumed to reduce the number of road accidents as it has more precision in driving as compared to a human driver. Technically advanced Autonomous Vehicle has the potential to reduce risky and dangerous driver behavior. It also helps in fuel savings, simultaneously reducing cost and less harming the environment. A driver who is driving on a long trip has a specific number of hours at the wheel, but with the introduction of Autonomous Vehicle the time limit constraint can be eliminated.

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Segmentation:

Based on the Driving type the global Autonomous Vehicle Market can be segmented into – Semi-Autonomous and Fully Autonomous. Semi-Autonomous vehicles can accelerate, decelerate, steer, stop and change lanes and even park the vehicle, but they are not driverless. Whereas, Fully Autonomous vehicle operates without driver and is capable of sensing it’s surrounding and move safely with little or no human intervention. Based on Vehicle type the global Autonomous Vehicle Market can be segmented into – Passenger Vehicles, Commercial Vehicle, and Heavy-duty vehicle. Based on Components type global Autonomous Vehicle Market can be segmented into – Sensors, Tracking Devices, and others.

Regional Analysis:

In terms of region, North America and Europe’s Autonomous Vehicle Market performance will show better growth due to the higher adoption of automatic vehicles. In the time ahead, North America, South America, and Europe’s market will be showing promising potential in the Autonomous Vehicle Market. As North America and Europe have better expenditure capacity, both the market is expected to expand at a significant pace. Both regions will drive the market share. Autonomous Vehicle Market will show extensive growth in the Middle East and Africa (MEA), by making alterations in the present industry scenario. It is expected that during the coming period, Asia-Pacific (APAC) will drive the Autonomous Vehicle Market due to safety issues.

Industry News:

September 23, 2019. Automaker Aptiv and Hyundai form a new joint venture focused on autonomous driving. Hyundai has tied up with Aptiv, who will deliver its autonomous driving technology, both companies will form a new joint venture with an equal stake in the new company. The aim of launching a new venture is to develop self-driving systems intended for commercialization, and to make it available to Robo-taxi and fleet operators and also for other automakers.

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Nutricosmetics Market 2019- Global Industry Analysis, By Key Players, Segmentation, Trends and Forecast By 2025

Global Nutricosmetics Market

Global Nutricosmetics Market

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, October 3, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Summary:
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Introduction
Global Nutricosmetics Market
Nutricosmetics are a segment of the cosmetic industry that is defined as a nutritional supplement that supports the structure and function of the skin. Many micronutrients present in the Nutricosmetics have this effect on the skin. Vitamin C is also a well-established anti-oxidant effect that tries to reduce the impact of radicals in the skin. The Nutricosmetics are cosmetics that have bioactive ingredients in them that usually have medical benefits.
Nutricosmetics are the products that have both therapeutic and cosmetic effects and are intended in having a beneficiary effect on the health of the skin and the beauty of the skin. The Nutricosmetics are applied like any other cosmetics, and they are applied primarily as creams or lotions. The Nutricosmetics contain active ingredients that affect skin cell function.

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Segmentation of the Global Nutricosmetics Market
The Global Nutricosmetics Market is mainly segmented into,

Vitamins
Vitamins are a form of the organic molecules that are important micronutrients that every organism requires in appropriate quantities for the functioning of its metabolism in a proper way. Not all the essential nutrients can be synthesized in the organisms. Hence the Vitamins must be obtained through the diet and other procedures.

Carotenoids
The Carotenoids a class of pigments that are mainly yellow, orange, or red fat-soluble. These Carotenoids include carotene that gives color to the parts of the plant that include ripe tomatoes and autumn leaves.

Omega-3 Fatty Acids
The Omega−3 fatty acids or also known as the n−3 fatty acids are the polyunsaturated fatty acids that have been characterized in the presence of a double bond in their chemical structure.

Collagen Peptides
The Collagen Peptides are the small bioactive peptides that are obtained by the enzymatical hydrolysis of collagens.
Based on application, the Nutricosmetics market includes oral care, hair care, nail care, and skincare. Skin Care has been the most dominant segment of the Nutricosmetics market. The Skin Care Nutricosmetics products are used for sun protection, skin brightening, increasing skin firmness, cellulite reduction, and controlling the signs of aging.

Major Geographical Regions of the Global Nutricosmetics Market
Based on the region, the Global Market of the Nutricosmetics Market includes the United States of America, from North America. Germany, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Poland, and Russia from Europe. China, Japan, South Korea, India, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, and Australia from Asia-Pacific. Brazil, Mexico, and Colombia from Central & South America. And Turkey, Egypt, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, and GCC Countries from the Middle East & Africa.

Industry News
The Global Market size of Nutricosmetics is expected to proliferate as compared to 2017 with an impressive CAGR. Nutricosmetics Market is expected to reach its expected value by its forecasted period in the year 2025.
The growth in demand for cosmetics of the Nutricosmetics is increasing as these are Cosmetics with natural additives. The growth in concern for healthy aging and change in the perceptions beauty & trends are the primary factors for the growth of the Nutricosmetics Market.

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In-car Entertainment Market 2019- Global Industry Analysis, By Key Players, Segmentation, Trends and Forecast By 2025

Global In-car Entertainment Market

Global In-car Entertainment Market

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, October 3, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Summary:
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Introduction
Global In-car Entertainment Market

The global in-car entertainment market is estimated to exhibit momentous growth during the forecast period. An average American is estimated to spend around 300 hours driving each year. Hence, the need for in-car entertainment is felt deeply. Due to the emergence of urbanization, the average time of travel is also expected to upscale, which, in turn, is estimated to have a positive impact on the market. Snowballing passenger car market all over the world is estimated to supplement market growth for in-car entertainment systems. Increasing demand for sophisticated features is also fostering the demand within the in-car entertainment market.
Apart from that, ascending transportation and communication infrastructure, coupled with a reduction in operating costs are other factors boosting growth in the in-car entertainment market. Continuous advancements in vehicle entertainment devices and wireless communication services are projected to contribute to the strong growth rate of the market. Such augmentation of technology is possible due to a change in consumer preference from basic driving experience to advanced entertainment solutions. However, declining automotive sales are likely to hamper the growth of the global in-car entertainment market. Alternatively, smartphone features and proliferated use of smartphones in the car as compared to in-car audio, video and other infotainment systems are also likely to restrict growth of the global in-car entertainment market during the assessment period.

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Market Segmentation
The global in-car entertainment market report studies several segments of the market to reveal trends that can aid the report audience with better decision-making. Such segmentation has been conducted by type, application, connectivity, sales channel, and region. By type, the market segments studied in the report include radio, audio, and video. While radio has been a default feature of automobiles since decades, audio systems are also common in most cars since a long time. Audio is anticipated to be the largest segment in the market. On the other hand, the market share for video systems is estimated to surge at a substantial pace through the forecast period. Owing to the upscaling internet connectivity.
By connectivity, the in-car entertainment market is segmented into wireless/ network, and Bluetooth connected. Bluetooth connectivity is standard for almost all new cars. The Bluetooth segment is estimated to account for the prime share over the review period.
Based on the sales channel, the market for in-car entertainment market is segmented into aftermarket and original equipment manufacturers. Based on application, the market is segmented into passenger cars and commercial cars. Among these, the in-car entertainment market is led by passenger cars segment.

Regional Analysis
The global in-car entertainment market is segmented into South America, North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Rest of the World. Asia Pacific is likely to ascend at the fastest rate through the forecast period. China leads in the audio segment owing to the massive automotive production in the country.
Within North America, the US is likely to lead the in-car entertainment market owing to the widespread internet penetration.

Industry Update
Sept 2019: Access recently launched its Android-based in-car entertainment system which is now available for Bosch’s Android-based in-vehicle infotainment system (IVI).

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Scientology Peace Day Forum Focuses on the Freedom of Religion

Nashville Church of Scientology brought together religious leaders to gain greater understanding, interaction and cooperation among Nashville's many faiths.

International Peace Day celebration at the Nashville Church of Scientology

Nashville Church of Scientology brought together religious leaders to gain greater understanding, interaction and cooperation.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, October 2, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Nashville Church of Scientology hosted its fifth annual International Day of Peace celebration, focusing this year on religious freedom.

Organized in coordination with Tennessee United for Human Rights (TUHR), each of the past four International Day of Peace events has featured a different theme related to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

“This year, we brought together a multicultural, multifaith group that spoke of peace on a universal level,” said Rev. Brian Fesler, pastor of the Nashville Scientology Church and regional coordinator of Tennessee United for Human Rights.

International Day of Peace was established by the United Nations General Assembly as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples.

Those participating included representatives of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the African Methodist Episcopal Church, the Church of Scientology and the Sikh, Bahá'í, Jewish and Muslim faiths.

Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states: Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.

The religious leaders attending reflected the diversity of Nashville. The city’s thriving music industry, colleges and universities, and its expanding job market attract new residents, with an average of 83 people moving to Nashville each day between July 2017 and July 2018. The region continues to enjoy all-time-high tourism and record-low unemployment. It is also a popular destination for immigrants, who make up some 12 percent of the population. With this diversity comes a broad array of beliefs and practices.

By presenting each religious leader with the opportunity to share their beliefs with those assembled, each gained a better understanding and a heightened interest and willingness to cooperate in endeavors to improve the community as a whole.

Freedom of religion or belief and peace go hand in hand.

According to a study published in the Interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion, freedom of belief is one of three factors significantly associated with many other freedoms and with global economic growth:

Research shows that laws and practices that exclude religion are related to higher levels of corruption.

When religious freedoms are not respected, the result can be violence and conflict. Normal economic activities become vulnerable to disruption, with local and foreign investment-driven away and sustainable development undermined.

Some religious restrictions can directly affect economic activity, creating legal barriers for import and export industries, such as the halal food market.

Freedom of religion can contribute to a rich pluralism that is itself associated with economic growth.

A wide diversity of religious congregations in a city contributes many millions of dollars to the economy through direct spending and activities ranging from educational and health services to a network of relationships that helps provide jobs and a safety net for those facing hard times.

Human rights, as outlined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), form the bedrock of social and human relations.

Tennessee United for Human Rights, the Nashville chapter of United for Human Rights, promotes human rights education as a way to combat ignorance and increase awareness if the UDHR and thus improve the quality of life. United for Human Rights was formed on the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to provide human rights resources and educational materials to all sectors of society.

The Church of Scientology and Scientologists support United for Human Rights and make its educational materials available free of charge. For more information, watch "The Story of Human Rights" on the Scientology Network.

For more information, visit the Scientology Newsroom.

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Strong Iranian-American Presence at Beverly Hills Event with President Trump

Aryan Khorram, President Donald Trump, Hossein Khorram and Elaheh Torkaman

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WASHINGTON, DC, USA, October 2, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The American Mideast Coalition for Democracy's Vice Chairman Hossein Khorram and about 200 Iranian-Americans had the honor to attend the Trump Victory Beverly Hills event with President Trump on September 17, 2019.

Iranian Americans showed their support of the Administration’s Iran policy by cheering loudly when they were acknowledged by President Trump.

The fact that this memorable event was sold out within few days, a full two weeks before the event, speaks volumes about the President Trump’s popularity.

Iranian-Americans numbered about 20% of the total number of guests and were the largest single block at this event.

The Middle Eastern American community, 3.2% of the U.S. population, sees President Trump as a savior of Middle Easterners because, unlike the previous administration, he does not appease Muslim extremists.

The Middle Eastern American community is thankful to Trump Victory for the opportunity to help with President Trump’s re-election.

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NDEAM Alert: LandAjob Helps Organizations Hire the ‘The Right Talent, Right Now’ Using Americans with Disabilities

John Bertram, Director of Operations at LandAjob

John Bertram, Director of Operations at LandAjob

During the month of NDEAM, LandAjob.org, has been working with organizations to provide the job opportunities for individuals with disabilities nationwide.

We take the pressure off of the employer and employee through our reimbursement services.”

— John Bertram, Director of Operations at LandAjob

BOSTON, MA, UNITED STATES, October 2, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The U.S. Department of Labor has announced this year's theme of National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) as "The Right Talent, Right Now.” The theme emphasizes the role that people with disabilities play in America's economic success, especially in an era when historically low unemployment and global competition are creating a high demand for skilled talent.

LandAjob.org, a non-profit Employment Network of the Social Security Administration is playing their part to help organizations hire, “The Right Talent, Right Now.” Director of Operations, John Bertram has been working diligently to increase the job opportunities for individuals with disabilities nationwide. He is partnering with new organizations to post their open positions, help organizations gain tax rebates through WOTC, and adhere to Federal hiring requirements through the Office of Federal Contract Compliance.

LandAjob helps employees navigate the world of working with a disability through job resources and job-expense reimbursements. To help employers as well as their employees, LandAjob has set up a program to provide the employee with job-expense reimbursements. If a current or potential employee is disabled and qualifies for LandAjob’s program, they may receive up to $13,000 of reimbursements.

Those on SSI or SSDI who are working or just started working may qualify for the job-expense reimbursements. To determine eligibility, visit http://laj.work/NDEAM.

“It’s a win-win for the organization and the person they are hiring. If a work computer, transportation, or even daycare is necessary; we’ll take pressure off of the employer to provide the employee with job-expense reimbursements if they qualify.”

Organizations interested in partnering with LandAjob to advertise their open positions for free should contact John Bertram, at jbertram@landajob.org, call 857-772-76-15, or simply submit contact information at http://StartHiring.LandAjob.org.

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NuMinds, Education Unbound Partner to Transcend Barriers with Hands-On Enrichment

STEAM-based programming equips refugee students for future careers, cultivates new dreams

DALLAS, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, October 2, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — NuMinds Enrichment, an innovative provider of engaging, mixed-age STEAM programs, found a beloved story just may be the key to taking STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) fields to new places – and that’s just what they plan to do: inspire students of all backgrounds to cultivate the critical thinking and empathy skills that will equip them for the jobs of the future.

When Justin Vawter, NuMinds Co-Founder, Chief Creative Officer, and Head of Curriculum Development, visited Saida, Lebanon, he was tasked with developing a curriculum for a new audience: elementary-aged refugee children.

Vawter developed an 8-lesson unit blending language acquisition, coding, and job skills, all anchored in traditional Syrian stories to provide a relatable narrative.

Using a Syrian tale as inspiration, students were challenged to build the tallest tower – of the marshmallow and toothpick variety. Lessons like this not only helped cultivate open-ended, divergent thinking, but also inspired some of the most withdrawn and quiet attendees into laughter – and a little snacking on the supplies.

The hands-on curriculum also helped break down gender barriers between the toughest of students, transcending even the deep barriers brought on by extreme trauma.

For Vawter these connections were telling.

“That becomes the test – would this work for kids anywhere?” he said. “And it was a resounding yes.”

Created to operate on a shoestring budget, these programs can be dispersed to teachers, who can then continue NuMinds programming, enabling NuMinds to ignite interest in STEAM anywhere.

And that’s only the beginning.

Armed with funding from a recent GlobalGiving campaign, NuMinds, in partnership with Education Unbound, a nonprofit organization with a mission to build up STEAM in education, is expanding STEAM enrichment for refugees and immigrants with the launch of a pilot program in October.

NuMinds and Education Unbound will spearhead a 40-hour STEAM enrichment for refugee children with a hands-on program aimed at equipping students with essential skills needed for today’s jobs: critical thinking, creativity, collaboration and communication.

From there, Weeda Hamdan, Education Unbound co-founder, says, they hope to expand further to support a much larger refugee population.

Data will be collected from student assessments before, during, and after the pilot enrichment concludes in December and released to donors. Next, expanding the enrichment to other shelters is a significant step as the partners will be transforming a pilot program impacting a smaller refugee community into a program that broadly impacts a larger refugee community.

“We owe it to others to support them, to uplift them,” Hamdan said. “And by uplifting them, we uplift ourselves.”

One key way to uplift a refugee population grappling with severe trauma, detention, discrimination, and abuse, is to prepare children to step into careers that will change their life’s trajectory. NuMinds is a natural fit to partner with Education Unbound because its holistic program incorporates critical thinking, empathy and problem solving, and builds on itself as students learn.

Education Unbound and NuMinds will need others to join them in the quest to uplift refugee children. Visit GlobalGiving at globalgiving.org/projects/uprooted/ to make a donation, or learn more about how NuMinds is igniting a passion for STEAM at https://numindsenrichment.com/.

About NuMinds Enrichment
Brilliant young minds don’t always get all the intellectual nutrition they need from their daily diet of school and extra-curriculars. Our co-founders were driven by the vision that NuMinds could provide a layer of enrichment beyond the school day, where real, inspired learning creates the conditions for lifelong curiosity and self-development:

Real – our programs extend beyond basic academic needs into the realm of enrichment, where a learner’s authentic engagement with ideas, processes and products is paramount.

Inspired – our programs derive from our own sense of inspiration and are focused on developing a learner’s own passions and interests.

Learning – our programs provide new knowledge, insight and wisdom that is valuable to the learner’s and the world’s development and advancement.

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About Education Unbound
Education Unbound was formed to build up STEAM in Education. By doing so, we are supporting education while helping reduce the expected talent shortages in technology and mitigate some of the negative impact automation will have on many traditional jobs.

We do so in 3 ways:
1. Educate people on the need to prepare for The Future of Work.
2. Support educational institutions.
3. Help qualified students to achieve an education of the highest
standard in modern technologies with the emphasis on STEAM.

Special support is given to cross-train candidates seeking to transition from industries with declining employment opportunities and candidates living in rural communities throughout the United States where new specialization would stem the downturn of their employability.

Education Unbound is a Tax Exempt organization under the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 501 (c) (3).

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World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates Announces Sing for Hope as Official Cultural Partner

Partnership Marks Increasing Recognition of the Arts as a Tool for Peace-Building

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, October 1, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Permanent Secretariat of the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates has announced Sing for Hope as its official cultural partner for Summit activities.
The President of the Permanent Secretariat of the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates, Ekaterina Zagladina, remarked, “I believe that the collaboration between the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates and Sing for Hope will bring mutual benefits to both organizations and will enrich the cultural program of the Summits in the coming years.”

Sing for Hope Co-Founders Monica Yunus and Camille Zamora responded, “We are honored to partner with the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates to amplify our shared impact. We believe that the arts play a key role in local and global peace-building. Creativity is a universal language, one that speaks to our shared humanity, and integrated creative moments allow us to come together to clearly envision, and then actively create, a more peaceful world.”

The Permanent Secretariat officially announced the partnership last week at the 17th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates. Internationally recognized as the most important annual event in the field of peacemaking, the Summit is produced in different locations across the globe, with this year’s Summit in Merida, Mexico attended by a record 30 assembled Nobel Peace Laureates and Laureate Organizations. Also in attendance were high-profile leaders, including Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Yucatán Governor Mauricio Vila Dosal, as well as organizations, academics, and youth delegates from around the globe.

Future World Summits will continue to feature dynamic Sing for Hope performances that illuminate the far-ranging work of the assembled Laureates and their nations, as well as specially curated culture panels, creative workshops, and a range of dynamic youth arts initiatives.
For more information, visit www.nobelpeacesummit.com and www.singforhope.org.

About The World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates
The World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates is internationally recognized as the most important annual event in the field of peacemaking, attracting Nobel Peace Laureates, high-profile leaders, organizations, students, and professors from around the globe since 1999. Over the last fourteen years, the World Summits of Nobel Peace Laureates have been honoured with participation from numerous Nobel Peace Laureate individuals and organizations, including: President Mikhail Gorbachev, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, President Shimon Peres, President Lech Walesa, President Jimmy Carter, President José Ramos-Horta, Dr. Shirin Ebadi, Lord David Trimble, Professor John Hume, President Kim Dae Yung, and other recognized leaders.

About Sing for Hope
Sing for Hope harnesses the power of the arts to create a better world. Through dynamic education, healthcare, and global initiatives, Sing for Hope activates creativity in schools, hospitals, refugee camps, and transit hubs for millions of people worldwide. Founded in New York City in 2006, Sing for Hope partners with hundreds of community-based organizations, mobilizes thousands of artists in creative service, and produces hundreds of artist-created Sing for Hope Pianos that activate public space to galvanize individuals, bind communities, brighten urban landscapes, and foster social cohesion. We champion art for all because we believe the arts have an unmatched capacity to uplift, unite, and heal.

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Are the Oklahoma Public Schools keeping our children safe?

Alexis Wilson

Alexis Wilson

Are children safe in OK Public Schools?

Time to start thinking more about this question!

School Violence in Tusla Oklahoma Public Schools

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Tulsa Public Schools

Oklahoma Public Schools Kids Are Out Focus

Oklahoma Public Schools Kids Are Out Focus

According to experts, the allegation of many school staff members in the Oklahoma Public Schools are on the rise. OK Truth News continues to investigates….

62% Increase in Violent Threats Compared to Last Year”

— Dr. Amy Klinger

TULSA, OK, US , October 1, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — (OK Truth News) – The allegation of many school staff members tied to violence, sexual assault, and racial issues appear to be on the rise in Oklahoma public schools. Dr. Amy Klinger, Director of Programs at Educator’s Safety Network, and Amanda Klinger confirms that from 2017-2018 the threats and violence within schools is on the rise and K – 12 schools. “More than 3659* threats and incidents of violence occurred and K – 12 schools in America. With 3380 being threats, the number has increased 62% from last school year.
What is a threat?
A threat is described as an expressed intent to do harm. According to the violent threats and incidence in schools analysis, “administrators and law-enforcement have been forced to determine the validity of threats with little to no assessment protocols, if you establish best practices, lack of safety training and outdated procedures.” The increase use of social media in order to be a means of delivery for these threats continues to be critical and understanding the problem set. Additionally the use of gaming platforms is another way that youth within the public schools are being excluded, threatened and harassed on a regular basis. Interestingly the report highlights that as far as acts upon the violence is also on the rise. “There were 279 reported violence occurrences covered within this report and 131 that were acted on. This is 113% increase from 2017 to 2018.
What can Oklahoma public schools do in order to further increase safety for our kids?
First, a clear plan of action for addressing these types of actions whether verbal or physical need to be put in place and reviewed on a annual basis. Second, a clear line of communication and working relationship between the schools, law-enforcement, and parents must be established. It is important that this is a proactive response and not a reactive response. Third, schools must be trained in addressing these matters from the top all the way down to the lower level of staff within the public school system. This should include training and improved alert systems in order to increase awareness of how to deal with these issues. Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt has started the implementation of a phone application that would address the alert from the teachers in the event that an emergency takes place. This is a good step in the right direction, however, we need to have more available to protect the children.
On September 29, 2019, Alexis Wilson was walked in turn Oklahoma courtroom in order to address allegations associated with threatening to shoot her former high school. This is just one example of many that readers just like you see on a regular basis. We should not underestimate the value of the students who hear threats like this on a regular basis but have a fear of coming forward. Unfortunately school shootings within the United States and around the world have become something that many fear within the United States.

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Recent shootings in DC lead the community to come together to find solutions to gun violence

Azhar Hag, President of Youth for Human Rights DC; Erica Rodgers, Director of the National Office of Youth for Human Rights; and Rev. Travis Ellis, Youth for Human Rights supporter

Azhar Hag, President of Youth for Human Rights DC; Erica Rodgers, Director of the National Office of Youth for Human Rights; and Rev. Travis Ellis, Youth for Human Rights supporter

Rev. Travis Ellis talks about the need for broad human rights education as he tell the story of a youth trying to legally sell water on a corner that inadvertently caused a turf dispute between youth, escalated to involving adults and guns and deadly forc

Rev. Travis Ellis talks about the need for broad human rights education as he tell the story of a youth trying to legally sell water on a corner that inadvertently caused a turf dispute between youth, escalated to involving adults and guns and deadly forc

Erica Rodgers, Director of the National Office of Youth for Human Rights speaks about the 30 human rights in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights – including Human Right #3, The Right to Life.

Erica Rodgers, Director of the National Office of Youth for Human Rights speaks about the 30 human rights in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights – including Human Right #3, The Right to Life.

Rev. Travis Ellis shows article about his youth interacting with police to “flip the script” and create dialog by reading them their rights – the 30 rights of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Rev. Travis Ellis shows article about his youth interacting with police to “flip the script” and create dialog by reading them their rights – the 30 rights of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Community members signed the petition to implement the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights more broadly

Community members signed the petition to implement the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights more broadly

Youth for Human Rights hosts roundtable discussion to get the community involved in building peace in our Nation’s Capital.

We need to teach our young people that the best way to resolve arguments is through good communication skills and respect for one another’s rights.”

— Reverend Travis Ellis

WASHINGTON, DC, USA, October 1, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Less than two weeks ago, nine people were shot, two of them fatally, in two incidents in Northwest Washington, DC. Although the rates of violence in Washington, DC, have decreased, instances of violence, particularly gun violence, still occur in the capital city. In the interest of reducing such violence, the local DC chapter of Youth for Human Rights International (YHRI) held a community roundtable to address how to combat gun violence and police brutality on International Day of Peace.

Erica Rodgers, Director of the National Office of Youth for Human Rights International and organizer of the roundtable, opened the discussion by saying, “We are here to create solutions together that can contribute to building a more peaceful community.”

Speaking about his experience combating violence in the DC community, Reverend Travis Ellis was both a featured speaker and participant in this roundtable discussion. As the founder of the organization Yaay Me!, a mentoring, workforce development, program design, and non-profit consulting group located in the DC Metropolitan area, Reverend Ellis works to empower inner city youth with tools to lead them to success. Reverend Ellis talked about his use of the Youth for Human Rights education curriculum with at-risk youth to give them an understanding of their fundamental human rights. He is educating youth on human rights and then taking them to talk with local police officers to “flip the script” and read the officers their human rights which contrasts with the more expected scenario of these inner city youth being read their Miranda rights. “Flipping this script produces constructive conversation between these youth and police,” declared Reverend Ellis. He feels strongly that lack of communication skills can cause violence to escalate very quickly which underscores the necessity of developing respect for one another to avoid violent crimes. The Youth for Human Rights educational materials are the main tools Reverend Ellis has used to teach youth to respect one another's human rights and use dialogue rather than turning to violence. “We need to teach our young people that the best way to resolve arguments is through good communication skills and respect for one another’s rights,” stated Reverend Ellis.

Another issue brought up by participants of the round table was the shortage of parks and recreational facilities for use by youth. “Places like parks and basketball courts that provide safe spaces are being turned into dog parks rather than a place for our young people to constructively get out their energy and play! This is a violation of children's right to play!” said a concerned mother attending the roundtable. In the 1980s, then-DC Mayor Marion Barry created a program that kept the lights on at basketball courts late into the evening with police on duty to play basketball with local youth. This program helped develop trust between inner city youth and the police. Creating a similar program today was presented as a solution by the roundtable, along with establishing more community sporting events and activities to engage youth and keep them busy with constructive activities.

Concluding the roundtable, Ms. Rodgers highlighted the following quote from United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres: “Discrimination diminishes us all. It prevents people — and societies — from achieving their full potential.”

Ms. Rodgers said, “One of the best ways to end violence and promote peace is though creating respect for human rights. This is done through promotion and education about basic rights.” To celebrate their commitment to promoting peace and tolerance through human rights education, attendees of the roundtable signed a petition to incorporate human rights education into local schools.

The Founding Church of Scientology of Washington, DC, hosted the community roundtable. The Church supports Youth for Human Rights International’s initiative of broad human rights education in the community. Humanitarian and Founder of Scientology, L. Ron Hubbard, firmly supported the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. In 1969 he issued a directive to all of the staff of Churches of Scientology around the world that “Human Rights must be made a fact, not an idealistic dream.” The Church of Scientology therefore sponsors Youth for Human Rights International to help fulfill Mr. Hubbard's vision of a better world where human rights are a living reality.

About Youth for Human Rights:
Youth for Human Rights International (YHRI) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to teach youth about the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and inspire them to become valuable advocates for tolerance and peace. YHRI teaches human rights education both in the classroom and in nontraditional educational settings such as art exhibits, concerts and other interactive community events. Their most recent campaign has included #KnowYour30 with the deliberate purpose of increasing awareness of the 30 human rights every person has and how they are a part of everyday life. To learn more go to https://www.youthforhumanrights.org or watch a documentary on how Youth for Human Rights began by going to www.scientology.tv

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