Listen: Kara Zivin on seeing her own struggles during pregnancy reflected in Meghan Markle’s

first_img @PJSkerrett Editor, First Opinion Patrick Skerrett is the editor of First Opinion, STAT’s platform for perspective and opinion on the life sciences writ large, and the host of the First Opinion Podcast. Tags mental healthreproductive health And if you have any feedback for us — First Opinion authors to feature on the podcast, vocal mannerisms the host needs to jettison, kudos or darts — email us at [email protected] and please put “podcast” in the subject line. About the Author Reprints Patrick Skerrettcenter_img [email protected] By Patrick Skerrett March 24, 2021 Reprints In this week’s episode of STAT’s “First Opinion Podcast,” I talk with Kara Zivin, a University of Michigan research scientist and professor of psychiatry and of obstetrics and gynecology. She wrote a moving and informative First Opinion, “Meghan Markle gave voice to the despair I once felt during pregnancy,” soon after Oprah Winfrey’s interview with the Duchess of Sussex. In our conversation, Zivin talks about her own struggles, as well as the balancing act between protecting one’s privacy and advocating for changes in policy and stigma.A caution to listeners: This episode includes discussions of suicide during pregnancy.Be sure to sign up for the weekly “First Opinion Podcast” on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts.advertisement First Opinion PodcastListen: Kara Zivin on seeing her own struggles during pregnancy reflected in Meghan Markle’s last_img read more

Open Day in Clonohill Gardens for Laois Hospice this weekend

first_img Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshin Pinterest Previous articleIn Pictures: Wonderful atmosphere as Laois players meet supporters ahead of Joe McDonagh finalNext articleDeaths in Laois – Tuesday, June 18, 2019 LaoisToday Reporter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Are you looking for a day out this weekend? Why not come along to the Laois Hospice Clonohill Gardens open day at Laois Angling Centre in Coolrain and enjoy a relaxing day out while supporting a great cause.The Clonohill Gardens open day is taking place next Sunday, June 23, from 2-6pm in aid of Laois Hospice and the New Camross Village Park.Clonohill Gardens is a beautiful Country Garden on one acre with mature trees, woodland, herbaceous borders and walled garden overlooking lake.It propagates some unusual plants such as Beesia calthifolia, Jeffersonia diphylla, Diplarrhena moraea, Triostemon pinnatifidum.There will be plants for sale on the day. Admission is €10 per person and includes afternoon tea.For further information contact Enda on 087 9962864/057 8735091 or email [email protected] Follow signs to Laois Angling Centre – Clonohill Gardens will be signposted  on the day from Mountrath and Ballaghmore (old Dublin/Limerick Road R445 formerly N7)Eircode: R32 NF80SEE ALSO – Check out the dedicated jobs section on LaoisToday.ie WhatsApp Home Sponsored Open Day in Clonohill Gardens for Laois Hospice this weekend Sponsored Twitter Pinterest By LaoisToday Reporter – 18th June 2019 WhatsApp Facebook Facebook Open Day in Clonohill Gardens for Laois Hospice this weekend GAA GAA GAA TAGSClonohilLaois Hospice last_img read more

TD refreshes mobile app

first_img Toronto-based TD Bank Group has unveiled its redesigned app for iPhone and Android smartphones. “This redesign represents a real collaboration of ideas between TD and our customers, incorporating new capabilities in ways our customers want to be able to use our app,” says Rizwan Khalfan, senior vice president and chief digital officer at TD. “The result is a more engaging experience that is quick and simple to use and allows customers to do more while on the go.” Keywords Mobile applications and devicesCompanies Toronto-Dominion Bank Aside from its updated features, the app includes a new capability, which allows TD clients to pay U.S. bills from their eligible TD Canada Trust or U.S. dollar personal chequing or savings accounts. This is the first time this functionality is provided through a Canadian banking app, according to the firm. Redesigned features include the ability to access the firm’s most popular banking options from the home screen; viewing account balances without the need to log in; and simpler method of moving and sending money by Interac e-Transfer, which includes the ability to add recipients directly from the client’s smartphone contact list. There are also enhanced investing features for TD Direct Investing clients, where they can make trades; view real-time quotes; and monitor investments and stocks with advanced, full-screen charting. TD notes that clients using the firm’s app are protected by the TD Online and Mobile Security Guarantee, provided that clients meet their security responsibilities. Related news Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Digital identity verification comes to Canadian financial institutionscenter_img Tessie Sanci RBC adds AI-powered budgeting feature to mobile app Wealthsimple’s peer-to-peer app goes national Facebook LinkedIn Twitterlast_img read more

Custos of Kingston Pledges to Promote Peace Through Restorative and Community Justice

first_imgCustos of Kingston Pledges to Promote Peace Through Restorative and Community Justice Governor GeneralFebruary 26, 2010 RelatedCustos of Kingston Pledges to Promote Peace Through Restorative and Community Justice Advertisements RelatedCustos of Kingston Pledges to Promote Peace Through Restorative and Community Justicecenter_img RelatedCustos of Kingston Pledges to Promote Peace Through Restorative and Community Justice FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Newly appointed Custos of Kingston, Steadman Fuller, has pledged to work to bring peace and order to Jamaican communities by promoting Restorative and Community Justice (RCJ) practices.“Carrying out this type of justice will cost less, it will ease the load in the formal justice system (and) it will be of invaluable assistance to the police force,” Custos Fuller told a packed audience at the Jamaica Conference Centre downtown Kingston yesterday (Feb. 25) following his installation.The kind of intervention provided through restorative justice, he argued, could help in reducing recidivism and preventing crimes related to domestic violence, revenge and reprisals. “(These) situations would probably be avoided through attention at the community level,” he stated.Governor General, His Excellency the Most Hon. Sir Patrick Allen (right), observes as new Custos of Kingston, Steadman Fuller affixes his signature to the Oath of Allegiance at the swearing in ceremony held yesterday (Feb. 25) at the Jamaica Conference Centre downtown Kingston.RCJ was formally adopted in Jamaica in 2007 and has at its base, some of the highest human characteristics – reconciliation, restoration, forgiveness, reformation, restitution, rehabilitation and healing. A number of communities across the island have been benefiting from the system under a Ministry of Justice pilot project, and during the recent RCJ Week observance others were added.Justices of the Peace, Custos Fuller said, have a significant role to play in the process as it is they who will chair the community justice panels, which will be established to hear and resolve grievances brought by community members. The panels will be made up of community persons, who have been trained in restorative justice principles and processes.He said he hoped the country will embrace the new system “with both hands” as a way to repair broken relationships and re-establish order and justice to society.The new Custos of Kingston, who was sworn in by Governor General, His Excellency the Most Hon. Sir Patrick Allen, also expressed a deep desire to see the City of Kingston restored to its former glory.“It is not difficult to twin restorative justice with, in our case, inner city restoration; I strongly suggest we pursue it,” he proposed.He continued: “I believe however, we need to move beyond plans and into action. One source suggests there are some 25 plans that have been generated overtime. We need to move beyond that and the time is now.”Custos Fuller said that the restoration of Kingston should go beyond cosmetic spruce-up efforts and focus on renovation and investment.“There are significant and quantifiable long-term benefits to be gained from inner city renewal.buoyed by a combination of effort on the part of local government, the private sector and investment-friendly incentives,” he pointed out.“The idea that people, who live in the inner-city are non-productive and, for the most part, are relying on handouts is very, very wrong. I am proposing a model for downtown Kingston that will integrally involve those who presently live here,” he stated.The Chief Executive Officer of the Kingston Bookshop and co-founder of the Book Industry Association of Jamaica replaces Rev. Canon Weevil Gordon, who recently retired.last_img read more

Wentworth Shire Council meets with Crown Land Commissioner

first_imgWentworth Shire Council meets with Crown Land Commissioner Wentworth ShireWentworth Shire Council met with the NSW Crown Land Commissioner Professor Richard Bush and his Senior Project Officer Clint Willoughby on Tuesday to discuss Council’s submission on the Evaluation Of The Crown Land Management (CLM) Act 2016.Professor Bush is currently reviewing the CLM Act, which incorporates the almost-complete first State Strategic Plan for Crown Land.The Commissioner’s role is to provide independent advice to Crown Land users, stakeholders, the community and Government regarding the management of Crown land.He has a responsibility to represent the interests of all Crown Land users independently and bring transparency and open communication to the management of these important assets to deliver economic, social, cultural and environmental benefits for the people of NSW.“Our Crown Land estate is remarkable in terms of scale, diversity and utility,” Professor Bush said.“In an independent role as Commissioner I have the privilege to talk with a wide range of people about Crown Land and it is clear, from my conversations, the estate is highly valued and people are passionate about the future of Crown Land. /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:Commissioner, communication, community, council, future, Government, local council, NSW, Professor, project, Wentworth, Willoughbylast_img read more

Air Jamaica and Caribbean Airlines to Implement Transition Plan May 1

first_imgAir Jamaica and Caribbean Airlines to Implement Transition Plan May 1 TransportApril 29, 2010 RelatedAir Jamaica and Caribbean Airlines to Implement Transition Plan May 1 Advertisements RelatedAir Jamaica and Caribbean Airlines to Implement Transition Plan May 1center_img FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail As of May 1, Air Jamaica and Caribbean Airlines will implement a transition plan, which will see the lovebird continuing its operations under agreements with the Trinidadian carrier.With negotiations now complete, the airlines are to formally sign a number of agreements to cement the deal, on Friday (April 30), Chairman of Air Jamaica, Hon. Dennis Lalor told journalists at a press conference at the airline’s downtown Kingston head offices, today (April 28).This transition period is expected to last from six to 12 months, after which Caribbean Airlines will “fully enforce its plan to provide a sustainable airlift from Jamaica,” he said.The Jamaican Government will transfer to Caribbean Airlines, Air Jamaica’s routes, for a 16 per cent ownership in Caribbean Airlines. However, Mr. Lalor pointed out that, “the Government of Jamaica remains the owner of all of Air Jamaica’s other assets, including its real estate assets and industrial assets.” He added that this deal is “superior” to what was contemplated with the other bidder in the divestment process, Indigo Partners.Chairman of Air Jamaica, Hon. Dennis Lalor (second right), updates journalists about Air Jamaica’s negotiations with Caribbean Airlines, at the national carrier’s head offices in downtown Kingston, on April 28. Also participating in the press conference (from left) are: Project Manager, Air Jamaica Divestment, Mr. Dennis Chung; President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Air Jamaica, Mr. Bruce Nobles; and Director of Caribbean Airlines, Mr. Shafeek Sultan-Kahn.Initial operations will see Caribbean Airlines continue serving routes from: JFK to Montego Bay, JFK to Kingston, Baltimore to Montego Bay, Philadelphia to Montego Bay, Toronto to Kingston, Fort Lauderdale to Montego Bay, and Fort Lauderdale to Kingston. Plans for other routes are to be announced by Caribbean Airlines.All of Air Jamaica’s financial responsibilities will be turned over to Caribbean Airlines, which the Chairman said, “has the adequate financial strength to sustain their commitment to Jamaica.”In this regard, the Government of Trinidad and Tobago has agreed to increase Caribbean Airlines capital by US$50 million. This move, Mr. Lalor said, provides adequate assurance to the Divestment Committee that enough funding will be available for the project.Mr. Lalor stressed that there will be no disruption of service, as all tickets issued will be honoured. Some US$9 million has been set aside to deal with refunds for advance ticket sales.Also on Friday (April 30), all redundancy and other payments due to workers will be made, amounting to US$24 million. Some 1,000 employees are to be rehired by Caribbean Airlines during the transition period. “These employees have already been identified and have been given the opportunity to work with Caribbean Airlines,” Mr. Lalor informed.He noted that staff should face no economic disruptions, as the government has assured that arrangements have been made to take care of statutory payments.The categories of workers who will be rehired by Caribbean Airlines include 200 flight crew, with the remainder being ground and maintenance crews.Meanwhile, Director of Caribbean Airlines, Mr. Shafeek Sultan-Kahn said certain criteria had been used to select staff who are to be rehired.In relation to the trade unions, Mr. Sultan-Khan said: “We have been criticized for not meeting with unions (but).it would be presumptuous of us to make any representation with the unions, for one simple reason – we have no workers as yet. Air Jamaica is still the employer until the 30th of April. We are in the process of making employment offers, and that process is going to go on today and tomorrow.” RelatedAir Jamaica and Caribbean Airlines to Implement Transition Plan May 1last_img read more

KDDI names trio of 5G suppliers

first_img 5GKDDINokia Nokia scores Philippines 5G deal with Dito Singtel lights SA 5G network KDDI, the second largest mobile operator in Japan, selected Ericsson, Nokia and Samsung as its main 5G equipment suppliers, as it gears up to launch commercial 5G service in March 2020.Sweden-based Ericsson said it will provide RAN equipment which allows the operator to launch services in “several parts of Japan on sub-6GHz and 28GHz bands for 5G New Radio (NR).”In a statement, Nokia said its 5G network will support both cmWave and mmWave frequency bands and can be deployed in both distributed and centralised architectures.For Samsung, the deal confirms its place as a major 5G network player (having also won deals in the US with Verizon, among others). In March 2018, KDDI and Samsung completed a 5G field trial at a baseball stadium in Okinawa. They also successfully demonstrated 5G-based 4K video streaming powered at a train station in January.KDDI aims to launch 5G service next year in time for the Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Japan’s telecoms regulator requires it to deploy base stations providing at least 93 per cent population coverage by 2025.In December 2018 KDDI, along with rivals NTT Docomo and SoftBank, announced it doesn’t plan to deploy gear from Huawei and ZTE in the new network, following a ban on the use of Chinese telecoms equipment by government agencies in the country.In May 2018, the country’s third largest mobile operator SoftBank also selected Ericsson and Nokia as its 5G radio equipment suppliers, delivering another heavy (but expected) blow to embattled Huawei, which had conducted trials of the next-generation mobile technology with the operator. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back HomeAsiaNews KDDI names trio of 5G suppliers Asia Joseph Waring joins Mobile World Live as the Asia editor for its new Asia channel. Before joining the GSMA, Joseph was group editor for Telecom Asia for more than ten years. In addition to writing features, news and blogs, he… Read more Tags center_img Related Telkomsel turns on 5G in major cities Author Joseph Waring Previous ArticleTelus exec Josh Blair heads for the doorNext ArticleSpark, Vodafone NZ introduce 5G service AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 30 SEP 2019 last_img read more

Judge warns he might refuse to return Derry man to trail charged with fighting…

first_img Google+ Judge warns he might refuse to return Derry man to trail charged with fighting against ISIS Pinterest Facebook Twitter Google+ WhatsApp Pinterest Disruption to cancer service will increase mortality – Oncologist RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR By admin – February 12, 2016 Homepage BannerNewscenter_img Previous articleDonegal Election Candiadate outlines agenda for Fianna Fail leaders visit to the countyNext articleFalcarragh – Gortahork water main to be replaced admin Consultation launched on proposal to limit HGV traffic in Clady 45 new social homes to be built in Dungloe Facebook A judge has given a warning that he might refuse to return for trial a Derry man charged in connection with travelling to Syria to fight against ISIS if there are any further delays.Eamonn Bradley (27) of Benview Estate in Coshquin was to face a preliminary enquiry at Derry Magistrate’s Court on charges of attending weapons and explosive training in Syria on dates between April 4 and October 28 2014 and possessing explosives on similar dates.However, a prosecution solicitor told the court that the case required the consent of the Advocate General in London and the papers had been sent but had not yet returned.Defence solicitor Mr. Paddy MacDermott said this was ‘not acceptable.’ as his client had been on bail for a lengthy period.District Judge Barney McElholm said that the date had been fixed for the PE in December and added: “I am sure the Advocate General or whoever is extremely busy but they could have found time to scrawl their signature on the papers.”Calling on the prosecution authorities to ‘get on with it’ Judge McElholm issued what is known as a ‘McAleenan warning’ which allows him to refuse to return the defendant for trial.He said he was not stating that he was going to refuse but was putting the prosecution on notice that there should be no further delays.A PE date was set for March 3. Twitter Donegal hoteliers enjoy morale boost as bookings increase WhatsApp Hospitalisations rise as Donnelly suggests masks will stay ’til autumn Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegartylast_img read more

Erasmus Mundus SIGMA: Scholarships for Western Balkans/EU

first_img One thought on “Erasmus Mundus SIGMA: Scholarships for Western Balkans/EU” December 23, 2014 Published by atredondo Share 0 Summer School Grants for Students and Young Academics from Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe By Arianit Koci says: +1 Tweet DescriptionSIGMA Agile is an Erasmus Mundus Action 2 project within the European Commission scholarship programme Erasmus Mundus Action 2, Strand 1, Lot 2, Western Balkans – part of a wider programme that aims at promoting institutional cooperation and mobility between the EU and other parts of the world.Within this scholarship programme, there are over 150 fully funded scholarships available:for students, researchers, academic and administrative staff from the Western Balkans to visit one of the EU partner universities;for students, researchers, academic and administrative staff from the EU partner universities to visit one of the partner universities in the Western Balkans.All fields of study are available according to partner universities’ offers.EligibilityStudents, researchers, academic and administrative staff from universities in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, and Serbia who are nationals of one of these countries;Students, researchers, academic and administrative staff from partner universities in the EU who are nationals of the EU;All applicants must have finished at least one year of university studies;Applicants from the Western Balkans cannot have spent more than a total of 12 months over the last 5 years in one of the EU countries.ScholarshipThe scholarships will cover travel costs, insurance, tuition fee, and fixed monthly scholarship to cover living expenses:Undergraduates and Master will receive 1,000 EUR per month;Doctorates will receive 1,500 EUR per month;Post-doctorates will receive 1,800 EUR per month;Academic and administrative staff will receive 2,500 EUR per month.ApplicationAll interested candidates should first check which are the required documents HERE for undergraduate/master/PhD students and Post Doc’s and Staff respectively. All the documents should be in English or translated into English.The application process is totally online and you must follow the next steps:Make sure you are eligible and decide which target group you belong to;Check the academic offers of the partner universities and decide which university you will be applying to – you have 2 choices. Applicants from the Western Balkans can apply to the EU partner universities only, applicant from the EU partner universities can apply to the Western Balkans partner universities only;Make sure that you fulfill language and other requirements of the potential hosting university. Detailed information is included in each offer;Collect the required documents, write motivation statement;Make sure the documents are in English (or are translated into English) and the motivation statement is well-written;Create an account. You will receive a personalized link to your online application form;Fill out the application form. Please note that you don’t need to fill it out and submit at one time. There are 3 stages: personal data, selection of the programmes and hosting university(-ies), uploading the required documents;Upload the required documents;Submit the application;Make sure that you have received a confirmation by e-mail.The deadline to apply for the SIGMA program is 10 February 2015.If you have any specific questions how to apply, contact SIGMA Team at: [email protected] further information please visit the official website. Erasmus Mundus SIGMA: Scholarships for Western Balkans/EU The Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence Open Call: Western Balkans Y-Peer Training of Trainers Deadline: 10 February 2015Open to: students, researchers, academic and administrative staff from the Western Balkans (Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia) or EUScholarship: travel costs, insurance, tuition fee, fixed monthly scholarship to cover living expensescenter_img I am Arianit Koci from Kosovo. I can’t apply about Scholarship that provide Erasmus Mundus SIGMA for Western Balkan’s State. What I should to do ? Reddit Similar Stories Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Log in to Reply ← Erasmus Mundus Master’s in Fire Safety Engineering on February 8, 2015 at 12:27 pm Pocket LinkedIn 0 The Human Rights Essay Award Annual Competition →last_img read more

CfP: “Labour Market Transitions of Young People in Developing Countries”

first_img Call for Entries: Pro Carton Young Designers Award 2021 Similar Stories LinkedIn 0 Get Your Internship at SPARK Office in Amsterdam → Share 0 Pocket CfP: “Labour Market Transitions of Young People in Developing Countries” Reddit Tällberg-SNF-Eliasson Global Leadership Prize 2021center_img XIV International Compostela Prize for Picture Books 2021 ← Intern in Economics and Statistics Wanted Deadline: 30 September 2015Open to: researcher with a keen interest in problems of labour market transitionsVenue: February 2016, Geneva, SwitzerlandDescriptionThe ILO “Work4Youth” Project and the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) invite researchers to submit proposals for innovative research papers relevant to labour market transitions of young women and men in developing countries. This call for papers will culminate at the second Global Research Symposium on “Labour Market Transitions of Young Women and Men: Innovative research from 30 ‘school-to-work transition survey’ (SWTS) datasets” which will be held during February 2016. More detailed information on the venue and date will made available later this year.The aim of the symposium is to promote the exchange of innovative research and ideas for translating its implications into policy and practice. The event will gather researchers from leading research institutions and development practitioners. The research discussed at the event will draw from the SWTSs implemented between 2012 and 2015 in 30 countries covering five regions of the world. In particular, the Symposium will be organized around the following three themes relevant to issues of labour market transitions of young people:Conditions of work;Inequalities of opportunity;Labour market transitions.EligibilityResearch papers should be based on one or several of the recent “school-to-work transition survey (SWTS)” datasets from 30 countries. These surveys offer a wealth of information on the characteristics of education, conditions of work, aspirations and labour market transitions of young people in following 30 countries:Asia and the Pacific: Bangladesh, Cambodia, Nepal, Samoa, Vietnam;Eastern Europe and Central Asia: Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, Macedonia, Republic of Moldova, Russian Federation, Serbia, Ukraine;Latin America and the Caribbean: Brazil, Colombia, El Salvador, Jamaica, Peru;Middle East and North Africa: Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Occupied Palestinian Territory, Tunisia;Sub-Saharan Africa: Benin, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Togo, Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia.CostsAuthors of eight papers will be invited to present their work at the main sessions of the second Global Symposium to be held during February 2016 (all expenses covered);Depending on the quality of the piece, the selected papers will be published in an ILO research compendium under the ILO Work4Youth Publication Series in 2016 or as individual papers;The two finalist papers will also receive an award of USD 1,000 each.How to apply?The deadline for applications is 30 September 2015. Those interested should submit a 2-3-page proposal to [email protected] The papers should address one or more of the three themes of the Symposium (1. Conditions of work; 2. Inequalities of opportunity; 3. Labour market transitions) and can be national, cross-country, regional or global in scope. The proposal should include:Full paper title;Full name, affiliation, address, phone/fax/e-mail of one author for all correspondence;Recent C.V. of principal author;For all other authors, full name, affiliation and e-mail;Identification of the relevant theme (1-3 above);Short introductive summary (approximately 1,000 words);Arguments regarding the paper’s relevance;Methodology to be utilized;Summary of the main findings and conclusions.The authors of the selected proposals will be contacted no later than 16 October 2015.  Finalized draft papers should be then submitted by 31 January 2016.For more information please visit the official website. Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. September 8, 2015 Published by miro Tweet +1last_img read more