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Seen it all: Dai Young wants a clean game but feels there is a limit to what you can adjudicateCoaches normally do. I was once at a game when a coach fingered the wrong player for a gouging incident leading to huge back page headlines about someone who was not involved, another bloke got charged and the press did a huge back-track come Monday’s papers.Sometimes the authorities scrutinise these things too closely. No-one got injured – no-one complained and all of a sudden someone is hauled up in front of the beak and loses the chance to get back into his national side.Dai Young, in charge at Wasps, played in both the amateur and professional eras as a prop who went on three British & Irish Lions tours. The Welshman, after admitting he was glad the cameras were not about when he was starting out in the 1980s, said: “Everybody wants a clean game. Everybody wants to play tough and play hard but there is always a line. All the players would welcome that but no-one wants anything that could ultimately affect their livelihoods.”It affected Ashton’s livelihood alright. He saw five potential Six Nations match fees and a Grand Slam bonus go up in smoke.Fair trial: James Haskell says all players want is some consistency when it comes to disciplineYoung’s captain at Wasps, James Haskell, added: “As a player all you want is consistency and to know what the lie of the land is and what is black and what is white. Context is never taken into account. You just want to be able to do your job and understand what the rules are.”And Alex Sanderson, one of Kruis’ bosses at Saracens, went further when he said: “They’ve built up the citing officers to look after players, which is a good thing. But the power they have, the way they have to wield it and hold people accountable sometimes make it a public lynching. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Splash down: Chris Ashton was banned for 10 weeks over a contentious disciplinary decision This week has seen yet more incidents brought up by citing officers. Why don’t they just have a quick glance at the tape and let players get on with it? “I think it has gone too far. That’s my own personal opinion. It’s over-stepped for the likes of Ashton. He didn’t go for Marshall’s eyes. His hand was around there and that has never been any rugby player’s idea of illegality.”No one wants a return to the bad, old days and the misty-eyed talk of dark arts. No-one wants rugby’s officials to spend hours poring over tapes trying to look for trouble and potentially tarring players with unwanted labels. Give it the once over and , if nothing immediately obvious jumps out, get on with the game. It was another long night for the disciplinary process on Tuesday when the ‘Gypsygate’ furore over Joe Marler mercifully came to an end in London and George Kruis and David Wilson, in a separate hearing in Bristol, were told to carry on playing.Marler’s hearing took the best part of seven hours and Kruis and Wilson’s about four hours between them. The Marler one has been discussed ad nauseum since England’s Six Nations win over Wales and most are glad to see the back of it after some ham-fisted handling by the authorities. But you wonder whether the Kruis and Wilson ones should have even seen the light of day.Hands up anyone who spotted Kruis’ alleged bite on live TV or at the Recreation Ground during the game against Bath last Friday night? Wilson might have had a case to answer on first glance but there was another Sarries player who was being talked about with potential to go into the dock in the aftermath of the game.Farce: Joe Marler’s case went on for an interminable timeFood for thought and I bet Chris Ashton has thought about it.On 13 January, Eddie Jones named his first England squad and Saracens wing Ashton was in it after missing the World Cup and having endured a cap-less spell stretching back to June 2014 in New Zealand.Three days later, Sarries played Ulster in a European pool game at Allianz Park and won 33-17 but it was the last match Ashton would play for ten weeks. He was banned for, in the words of that unwieldly phrase, ‘making contact with the eye area’ of Ulster’s Luke Marshall.And that was it. Six Nations over before it had started and two-and-a-half months of acting as opposition during Saracens training was staring him in the face.But after the Ulster match there had not been a peep about a potential gouging incident. No-one there in person noticed it and the Ulster director of rugby Les Kiss did not mention it in his post-match press conference. It was only a couple of days later when the disciplinary email came through that anyone even talked about it.
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Francisco de Assis da Silva, primate, in the wake of torrential rains in southeastern Brazil that have left more than 40 people dead and some 70,000 homeless issued a statement Dec. 30 expressing the church’s solidarity with flood victims. Message from PrimateSolidarity with flooding victimsin Minas Gerais & Espirito SantoSanta Maria, 30 of December, 2013 “Rescue me from the mire,do not let me sink;deliver me from those who hate me,from the deep waters!” (Ps. 69:14)The Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil (IEAB) expresses its solidarity, care and commitment to flooding victims, especially in the states of Espirito Santo and Minas Gerais. That “the Spirit of God be with you” is our wish and prayer. Solidarity is a human need, but it is also an ethical and spiritual requirement for us Christians to be stirred to action and help people affected by this disaster. “I was hungry and you gave me food. I was thirsty and you gave me drink. I was a stranger and you welcomed me. I was naked and you clothed me , sick and you visited me , imprisoned and you visited me … every time you did it to one of these my brethren , you did for me ” (Matthew 25:35-36.40 ) . The Church must always be a spiritual home and space of care and hospitality especially for those who have no place at this time. We should meet the victims, lower ourselves, touch, welcome, collect and lead to a safe place and provide financial resources for life to be restored (Lk 10:29-37).The IEAB also shows concern that these kinds of situations have become commonplace in Brazil. Floods and their results are not simply natural phenomena that affect the population and territory randomly. Human intervention, or more precisely the lack of it, is quite well-known (in Brazil)— in terms of prevention and environmental and public housing policies, besides the corruption in which we live—it is also important to consider the occurrence of urban flooding, and its role in causing diseases, displacement, and fatalities.We raise our voice to ask for urgency in attending to the victims, for transparency in resource management, from both humanitarian and public giving. And we will continue in active hope that such situations may occur less and less frequently until it does not happen ever. We continue fighting and joining with the voices of angels and saints (social movements, churches, people of faith, governments and people of goodwill) that are present and active in the care and active insistence that justice be done and life always continue (Lk 18:1-8).St. Benedict reminds us that “if we want peace, we must seek it,” we must move and leave our meeting places. That the God of life and tenderness be always with us all, and alight in our lives the insatiable desire to encounter him, especially in the victims of this tragedy who clamor for food, water, housing, justice, care, and permanent policies.++ Francisco de Assis da SilvaPrimate of Brazil & Diocesan bishop in Santa Maria Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA Featured Events Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. 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Projects Multi-family House La Contenta / Aita FlurySave this projectSaveMulti-family House La Contenta / Aita Flury 2015 CopyAbout this officeAita FluryOfficeFollowProductsConcreteBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingDomat/EmsSwitzerlandPublished on July 17, 2016Cite: “Multi-family House La Contenta / Aita Flury” 17 Jul 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Casa O / ARO ESTUDIO ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/801849/casa-o-aro-estudio Clipboard Casa O / ARO ESTUDIOSave this projectSaveCasa O / ARO ESTUDIO Houses ArchDaily Manufacturers: CASTEL, Faus, Ladrillo Lama, Napresa, URREASave this picture!© Lorena DarqueaRecommended ProductsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesAlucoilStructural Honeycomb Panels – LarcoreWindowsOTTOSTUMM | MOGSWindow Systems – BronzoFinestra B40WindowsKalwall®Facades – Window ReplacementsCeramicsGrespaniaWall Tiles – Wabi SabiText description provided by the architects. Casa O is a residential project located in the Metropolitan Area of Guadalajara, designed with the objective of using the total permitted area of construction. Formally and functionally is composed of two modules differentiated by its material properties.Save this picture!© Lorena DarqueaThe dark ground floor module houses the public areas of the house, giving access to it through a wooden hallway, which unifies the pedestrian and parking entrance and whose height receives the visitor in an intimate environment. Once this first contact with the dwelling is approached, the main door opens to a double height space, illuminated by a window to the east and in which the entrance hall focuses the visual perspective towards the olive tree in the backyard.Save this picture!© Lorena DarqueaThis is a unique space, which openly gives way to the dining room-kitchen, arranged in such a way that it becomes a single space of coexistence and opens completely to the patio located in the back easement of the house.Save this picture!Planta BajaThe upper floor, materially conceived in brick, houses the private area and is composed of three rooms.Save this picture!Planta AltaThe main room, located to the south, overlooks the Club House of the planned community, is reached through a corridor that visually communicates the public and private areas through the double height entrance and through the window to the east frames the views to the Flamboyant tree located outside.Save this picture!© Lorena DarqueaOn the opposite side, the corridor ends with a small hall covered in tzalam wood, which serves to give access to the two secondary rooms to the north. The three bedrooms have their own bathroom and take advantage of the north-south orientation of the home to give natural lighting and ventilation to them.Save this picture!© Lorena DarqueaProject gallerySee allShow lessLin Mao Sen / Ahead ConceptSelected ProjectsVideo: Daniel Libeskind on the “Jungle” of New York CityVideos Share CopyHouses•Guadalajara, Mexico ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/801849/casa-o-aro-estudio Clipboard Year: Architects: ARO ESTUDIO Area Area of this architecture project Mexico Save this picture!© Lorena Darquea+ 23 Share Area: 183 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Projects CopyAbout this officeAro EstudioOfficeFollowProductsConcreteBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesGuadalajaraMexicoPublished on December 21, 2016Cite: “Casa O / ARO ESTUDIO” [Casa O / Aro Estudio] 21 Dec 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
17 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 7 August 1999 | News New discussion list linking non-profit practitioners and academics AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Digital CharityChannel in the USA has launched its latest free e-mail discussion list. PRACTAC is designed to bring together non-profit practitioners and academicians.Stephen Nill of CharityChannel said “the list will discuss prior, current, and prospective research; books and other written works that incorporate academic research; and any other topic relevant to the list. Most importantly, the list will be a community from both sides of the “chasm.”” While some of the discussions will cover non-profit issues in general, it is likely that there will be content of interest to fundraisers. The list is open to anyone with an interest, including those outside the US.You can join PRACTAC at CharityChannel. Advertisement About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
• Inmarsat is providing satellite connectivity to Race2Recovery; the first team of predominantly injured servicemen aiming to complete the formidable Dakar Rally • Race2Recovery team is relying on Inmarsat’s services during desert training sessions in Morocco as well as in the 2013 Dakar Rally Tagged with: corporate Events Inmarsat Jonathan Sinnatt Media Relations The Inmarsat press release newsfeed is on Twitter @Inmarsatnews and corporate updates are on @Inmarsat_plc LONDON – 15th November 2012 –– Inmarsat (LSE:ISAT.L), the leading provider of global mobile satellite communications services, is supporting the Race2Recovery team in its bid to complete the gruelling 2013 Dakar Rally in South America in January 2013, by providing vital satellite communications equipment and services. 18 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis During the October training session in the desert and in the mountains of Morocco, the Inmarsat system was online within three minutes, rarely had to be charged and was discreet and rugged enough to be packed away with minimal fuss during the arduous 2,000 km training journey. The team of injured former British and US service personnel, veterans and expert volunteers will take on the world’s toughest off-road endurance race to raise money for Help For Heroes and associated US charities. Inmarsat is providing the five drivers, co-drivers and support crew with Inmarsat portable and vehicular BGAN terminals, eight IsatPhone Pro handheld phones and an unlimited voice and data service to allow them to keep in touch during their tough desert preparations in Morocco, as well as during the 8,000 kilometre rally itself. About Inmarsat “With reliable communications, individuals with injuries or disabilities can aspire to reach their goals, however risky and remote the environment, with the reassurance that support is just a call or video chat away. Inmarsat’s support for the Race2Recovery team as it trains for – and ultimately competes in – the Dakar Rally builds on our longstanding association with this ultimate driving event,” said Andy Start, President, Global Government at Inmarsat. Recognising the significance of the team effort, Race2Recovery has been awarded the first ever grant from the Endeavour Fund, set up by The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry. Advertisement For Further Information: Inmarsat provides satellite communications for Dakar Rally’s Race2Recovery Team Race2Recovery will be using the equipment again on its next training exercise in Morocco in December, when the co-drivers will also be put through their paces before the Dakar Rally in January. “The Inmarsat BGAN terminal means that the team can rely on great voice and broadband connectivity in even the most remote of locations. The kit is incredibly simple, lightweight and compact and is great for updating social media sites with texts and photos and for sending emails,” said Captain Harris. The Inmarsat equipment provides the team with voice and real-time broadband data connectivity, however remote the location. The Race2Recovery team are relying on Inmarsat’s services to keep in contact even if they are in the most remote locations, such as the Atacama Desert and the Andes. They will be able to video link with the mechanical and logistics crews back at base in the UK, post updates on the charity’s website, Facebook and Twitter, and seek help in the case of medical or mechanical emergencies T: +44 (0)20 7728 1935 [email protected] Dakar Rally: www.dakar.com AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Inmarsat plc is the leading provider of global mobile satellite communications services. Since 1979, Inmarsat has been providing reliable voice and high-speed data communications to governments, enterprises and other organizations, with a range of services that can be used on land, at sea or in the air. Inmarsat employs around 1,500 staff in more than 40 locations around the world, with a presence in the major ports and centres of commerce on every continent. For the year ended 31 December 2011, Inmarsat plc had total revenue of US$1,409m and an EBITDA of US$854m. For the six months ended 30 June 2012, Inmarsat plc had total revenue of US$684m and an EBITDA of US$381m. Inmarsat is listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE:ISAT.L). For more information, please visit www.inmarsat.com. Race2Recovery: http://www.race2recovery.com/ • Benefits include liaising with UK-based mechanical/logistics crews, updating social media and providing much needed communications to specialist medical support staff Breakaway Communications Europe for Inmarsat Lindsey Lee “On our first training session in October in Morocco, one of the vehicles had two punctures. As we each carry only one spare, we had to send a vehicle to find new tyres. Using BGAN we were able to find a supplier, while the IsatPhone Pros allowed the different crews to keep in touch,” he added. T: +44 7766 447 897 [email protected] Race2Recovery’s team co-director and former Royal Regiment of Fuseliers Captain, Tony Harris, is one of the drivers and a below-the-knee amputee. Like many of the team, which also includes non-wounded members, Tony is a veteran of the Afghan conflict. The Dakar Rally is recognised as one of the toughest events in motorsports. Of the 443 motorbikes, quad bikes, cars and trucks that started the race in Mar del Plata in Argentina on 1 January 2012, only 249 made it over the finish line in Lima, Peru. Howard Lake | 15 November 2012 | News About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
LocalGiving’s Grow Your Tenner 2013 campaign to run in October Howard Lake | 13 August 2013 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Monthly donationsLocalgiving.com will also double monthly donations up to £10 a month for six months, adding an extra £60 to the total received by the charity. Single donations will be doubled £-for-£ up to £10 each. Of course, Gift Aid adds even more, turning a single £10 donation into £22.50.The matched giving will also apply to donations received for charities through its new fundraising pages. So charities will receive a matched gift when friends, family members, colleagues and neighbours sponsor a fundraising challenge.Minister for Civil Society, Nick Hurd MP says: “Localgiving.com is a great example of how technology can connect people with local causes they really care about. This is why we are proud to be match funding the 2013 campaign and turn donations of up to £500,000 into over £1 million for grass roots charities across England.”Localgiving.com’s Founder and Executive Chairman, Marcelle Speller, OBE, explained: “Using match funds to double donations is a proven way to motivate giving. People can immediately see the benefits that even a small donation can have when they know it’s being doubled.” Matched giving so farLocalgiving.com has already run two matched funding campaigns in 2013, together with other campaigns in 2012. So far these have boosted donations to charities by over £4 million. 60 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 Localgiving.com, the online giving site for small, local charities and community groups, is to run its Grow Your Tenner campaign again in October.Eligible charities in England using the Localgiving.com platform will be able to have donations up to £10 matched from a total of £500,000 from the Cabinet Office. When £500,000 has been matched and turned into £1 million, the campaign will end.The campaign begins at 10am on 15 October 2013. Advertisement