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first_imgAbdulkadir Hussein MohamedAlso know as “Jahweyn,” this Somali politician is no longer minister of information and telecommunications. His successor does not seem to be directly responsible for harassment, intimidation or other abuses against media personnel. Journalism nonetheless continues to be very dangerous in Somalia, with a total of 18 journalists killed in 2012. Jabhat Al-Nosra’s entry into the predators list reflects the evolution in the Syrian conflict and the fact that abuses are no longer attributable solely to the regime, represented on the list by Bashar al-Assad, but also to opposition armed groups, which are proving to be more and more intolerant and suspicious towards the media. At least 23 journalists and 58 citizen-journalists have been killed in Syria since 15 March 2011 and seven journalists are currently missing. To draw attention to their abuses, Reporters Without Borders has drafted indictments against some of these predators in the hope that they will one day be brought before competent courts. To better highlight the gulf between propaganda and reality, the statements of some of them have been contrasted with the facts. And to show how some predators really think, we have presented their innermost thoughts in the first person. We had to use a little imagination, of course, but the facts alluded to conform to reality. Physical attacks on journalists and murders of journalists usually go completely unpunished. This encourages the predators to continue their violations of human rights and freedom of information. The 34 predators who were already on the 2012 list continue to trample on freedom of information with complete disdain and to general indifference. Hamas and Palestinian Authority security forcesThe security forces of the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank and those of the Hamas government in the Gaza Strip have been dropped from this year’s list of predators because the number of their press freedom violations has fallen considerably in the past four years. The situation of freedom of information in the West Bank and Gaza Strip is nonetheless still the subject of concern. The Hamas government recent banned local journalists from working for Israeli media, and many journalists are prosecuted for insulting President Mahmoud Abbas. Read in Arabic – (بالعربية) Read in Russian / Читать по-русски Read in Turkish / TürkçeRead in German / DeutschOn World Press Freedom Day, Reporters Without Borders is releasing an updated list of 39 Predators of Freedom of Information ­– presidents, politicians, religious leaders, militias and criminal organizations that censor, imprison, kidnap, torture and kill journalists and other news providers. Powerful, dangerous and violent, these predators consider themselves above the law. The creation of a mechanism for monitoring adherence to Resolution 1738, which Reporters Without Borders has proposed, would encourage member states to adopt specific provisions for penalizing murders, physical attacks and disappearances that target journalists, would extend Statesʼ obligations to non-professional “news providers” and would reinforce their efforts to combat impunity for such crimes. Why are predators never brought to justice? 39 leaders, groups named as Predators of Freedom of Information in 2013 New names in the list of predators A predator goes and is replaced by another. It is no surprise that Xi Jinping has taken former Chinese President Hu Jintao’s place as predator. The change of person has not in any way affected the repressive system developed by China’s Communist Party. Nonetheless, states often fail to do what they are supposed to do, either because they lack the political will to punish abuses of this kind, or because their judicial system is weak or non-existent, or because it is the authorities themselves who are responsible for the abuses. The leaders of dictatorships and closed countries enjoy a peaceful existence while media and news providers are silenced or eliminated. Such leaders include Kim Jong-un in North Korea, Issaias Afeworki in Eritrea and Gurbanguly Berdymukhammedov in Turkmenistan. In these countries, as in Belarus, Vietnam, Uzbekistan and other Central Asian countries, the international community’s silence is not just shameful, it is complicit. Dropped from the predators list News May 3, 2013 – Updated on January 25, 2016 WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY Organisation Criminal organizations and paramilitary groups that are often linked to drug trafficking – Mexico’s Zetas, Colombia’s Urabeños and the Italian Mafia – continue to target journalists and media they regard as too curious, independent or hostile. In Mexico, a country that is especially deadly for media personnel, 87 journalists have been killed and 17 have disappeared since 2000. Justice has not been properly rendered in any of these cases. Iran’s two predators – President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and the Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei – have already taken steps to deter the media from providing independent coverage of next June’s presidential election. The waves of arrests of journalists that began on 27 January, “Black Sunday,” are clear evidence of this.center_img Ever since the army mutiny that overthrew President Mohamed Nasheed in the Maldives in 2012, extremist religious groups have tried to use their nuisance power to extend their influence. They have become more aggressive as the July 2013 presidential election approaches, intimidating news media and bloggers and using freedom of expression to impose a religious agenda while denying this freedom to others. ETAThe organization ETA has been dropped from the 2013 list. It announced the “definitive end to armed actions” in 2011 and has carried out no attacks on journalists or news media since then. Reporters Without Borders has of course not forgotten all the journalists who were physically attacked or killed by ETA and continues to demand justice for those crimes of violence. Reporters Without Borders will also continue to be on the lookout for any future threat to media freedom by ETA. RSF_en In Pakistan, Baloch armed groups, including the Balochistan Liberation Army, Baloch Liberation Front and Baloch Musallah Defa Army, have turned the southwestern province of Balochistan into one of the world’s most dangerous regions for journalists. Consisting of armed separatist groups and opposing militias created to defend the central Pakistani government, they have spread terror in the media and created information “black holes.” Pakistan’s intelligence agencies are also on the predators list because of their abuses against the media. Furthermore, the Rome Statute provides for no specific charge for deliberate physical attacks on journalists. Article 8 of the statute needs to be amended so that a deliberate attack on media professionals is regarded as a war crime.(For further information, read RWB’s note) Unacceptable impunity for predators Burmese President Thein SeinInstalled as president in March 2011, Thein Sein no longer qualifies as a predator of freedom of information. Under his presidency, the military junta has disbanded and all jailed journalists and bloggers, including Democratic Voice of Burma’s 17 video-journalists, have been freed. In 2012, prior censorship was abolished and many exile media began operating openly inside the country. The first privately-owned daily newspapers appeared in early 2013. At the international level, the legal protection of journalists is also guaranteed by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, the Geneva Conventions and other instruments. The United Nations recently published an Action Plan on the safety of journalists and measures to combat impunity for crimes of violence against them. “These predators of freedom of information are responsible for the worst abuses against the news media and journalists,” Reporters Without Borders secretary-general Christophe Deloire said. “They are becoming more and more effective. In 2012, the level of violence against news providers was unprecedented and a record number of journalists were killed. World Press Freedom Day, which was established on the initiative of Reporters Without Borders, must be used to pay tribute to all journalists, professional and amateur, who have paid for their commitment with their lives, their physical integrity or their freedom, and to denounce the impunity enjoyed by these predators.” The persistently high level of impunity is not due to a legal void. There are laws and instruments that protect journalists in connection with their work. Above all, it is up to individual states to protect journalists and other media personnel. This was stressed in Resolution 1738 on the safety of journalists, which the United Nations security council adopted in 2006. The International Criminal Court’s creation has unfortunately not helped advance the fight against impunity for those responsible for the most serious crimes of violence against journalists, although journalists play a fundamental role in providing information and issuing alerts during domestic and international armed conflicts. The ICC only has jurisdiction when the crime takes place on the territory of a state that is a party to the Rome Statute (which created the ICC) or if the accused person is a citizen of a state party. Reporters Without Borders urges the international community not to hide behind economic and geopolitical interests. Thanks to their rich natural resources, Azerbaijan’s Ilham Aliyev and Kazakhstan’s Nursultan Nazarbayev are confident that no one will rap their knuckles. Economic interests come before everything else, as they do with China. It is the same with countries that the West regards as “strategic.” Since Vladimir Putin’s return to the presidency in Russia, the authorities have tightened their grip even further in response to unprecedented opposition protests. The country remains marked by a completely unacceptable level impunity for those responsible for violence against journalists. A total of 29 have been murdered since 2000, including Anna Politkovskaya. Five new predators have been added to the list: the new Chinese president, Xi Jinping, the Jihadi group Jabhat Al-Nosra from Syria, members and supporters of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood, Pakistan’s Baloch armed groups, and Maldives’ religious extremists. Four predators have been dropped from the list: former Somali information and communications minister Abdulkadir Hussein Mohamed, Burmese President Thein Sein, whose country is experiencing unprecedented reforms despite the current ethnic violence, the ETA group, and the Hamas and Palestinian Authority security forces, which are harassing journalists less. The list of predators has been impacted by the repercussions from the Arab Spring and uprisings in the Arab world. Members and supporters of Egyptian President Morsi’s party, the Muslim Brotherhood, have been responsible for harassing and physically attacking independent media and journalists critical of the party. Related documents Bringing predators of freedom of information to justicePDF – 172.9 KBВСЕМИРНЫЙ ДЕНЬ СВОБОДЫ ПРЕССЫPDF – 281.87 KBRSF: “Basına karşı suçlar” Ceza Kanunlarına girmeliPDF – 205.27 KBpredators_2013_en.pdfPDF – 1.82 MBnote_comite_juridique_v1_gb.pdfPDF – 172.9 KB Help by sharing this informationlast_img

Controversy Around UP Education Service Tribunal Bifurcation: Allahabad High Court And District Bar Associations To Abstain From Work Today

first_imgNews UpdatesControversy Around UP Education Service Tribunal Bifurcation: Allahabad High Court And District Bar Associations To Abstain From Work Today Sparsh Upadhyay23 Feb 2021 10:19 PMShare This – xThe High Court Bar Association, Allahabad & Awadh Bar Association (High Court, Lucknow) have resolved to abstain from Judicial Work today i.e., on 24th February 2021 to express their displeasure over the passing of Uttar Pradesh Educational Services Tribunal Bill, 2021 which proposes to constitute two benches of the Tribunal in Lucknow and Allahabad (now known…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe High Court Bar Association, Allahabad & Awadh Bar Association (High Court, Lucknow) have resolved to abstain from Judicial Work today i.e., on 24th February 2021 to express their displeasure over the passing of Uttar Pradesh Educational Services Tribunal Bill, 2021 which proposes to constitute two benches of the Tribunal in Lucknow and Allahabad (now known as Prayagraj). Significantly, both the associations have cited different reasons for opposing the Bill. While HCBA, Allahabad is opposing the Bill as the Bill proposes to establish Tribunal’s Principal Bench in Lucknow, on the other hand, the Awadh Bar Association is miffed over the bifurcation of the Tribunal at two places. The stand of the HCBA, Allahabad The HCBA, Allahabad, in its resolution dated 23rd February, states that the establishment of Principal Bench of Tribunal at Lucknow is against the guidelines issued by the Supreme Court and that the advocates practicing at Allahabad High Court are unhappy with the decision. The resolution also states that accepting the demands of the Advocates of Allahabad, the Deputy CM of Uttar Pradesh Dinesh Sharma had assured them publicly that the Principal Bench of the tribunal would be established at Allahabad/Prayagraj, still, the Government went ahead with the Bill which is against the well-settled principles propounded by the Supreme Court. In this backdrop, the Association has also expressed its displeasure over the way in which the UP Budget of 2021-22 was brought about by the State Government. Speaking to Live Law, a member of HCBA said that the Principal Bench of the Tribunal should be established in Allahabad, and another bench could be established in Lucknow. He further told us that the 2021 Bill proposes to establish a principal Bench of the Tribunal at Lucknow, the Capital city of Uttar Pradesh which is unacceptable to the Association. The stand of the Awadh Bar Association (High Court, Lucknow) The Awadh Bar Association (High Court, Lucknow), in its resolution dated 23rd February, states that the step to bifurcate the Education Tribunal at two places has generated anger and resentment amongst the general public as well as amongst the members of the Bar. Association’s Governing Council has also decided that it will abstain from Judicial work on 24th February 2021 and stage a peaceful demonstration near the High Court. The Awadh Bar Association has also expressed its displeasure over the fact that no decision has been taken by the State Government to establish GST Tribunal as well as Company Law Tribunal in Lucknow. It may be noted that a similar bill was introduced in the year 2019, however, facing stiff opposition from the Lawyers, the Government decided to take back the said Bill from the Government of India (as it was pending before the President of India) and incorporate certain amendments desired in it and introduce a new Bill in place thereof — The Uttar Pradesh Education Services Tribunal Bill 2021.Next Storylast_img

Crapps honored as FUMC organist

first_img Published 12:00 am Thursday, September 10, 2009 For 15 years, Lyra Crapps has been the organist at First United Methodist Church of Troy. At the morning worship service on Sunday, Sept. 6, Crapps was honored for her long and dedicated service to the church and the congregation and for the Glory of God.Crapps said she was very appreciative of the recognition and humbled by it.The music ministry of the church placed two urns of roses in the church in her honor and presented a devotional book to the prayer ministry in her honor. The book, “Grace for the Moment” by Max Lucado will be placed in the prayer room of the church. Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration “Surprisingly, the churches played similar hymns but the text was usually different,” she said.Although Crapps has played primarily at churches, she enjoys playing other types of music as well.“I enjoy many types of music, especially the popular tunes of the 1940s and 1950s,” she said and added with a laugh, “I even enjoy playing boogie-woogie. It’s fun.”Although Crapps “leaning” is toward traditional hymns and gospel music, she also enjoys the contemporary Christian music and praise and worship songs that are played in churches today.“Hymns are our praise to God and gospel songs are more our personal feelings,” Crapps said.“My personal favorite hymns are ‘How Firm a Foundation,’ ‘God of Grace and God of Glory’ and ‘Oh, God, Our Help in Ages Past,’” she said. “And there are several contemporary songs that I like. One is ‘My Life is in You, Lord’ and another is ‘Awesome God.’ The reason that I love them is that the youth of our church love them and feel more a part of the worship service. The youth that I’ve worked with love the hymns of the church as well.”Crapps came to Troy with extensive musical experience, having served as organist and pianist in churches in Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina and Indiana. She also had extensive choral experience and was director of the Alabama Baptist Children’s Home in Troy for 10 years.Her training includes a bachelor of music degree from Samford University, a masters of religious education from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and a masters of music from Florida State University.Crapps has served on the music faculties of North Greenville College and Troy State University. She has also taught private piano lessons in her home.In addition to her duties as organist at FUMC, she has directed the children’s choirs, the adult and youth handbell choirs and the youth choir.Crapps is active in community activities, including the Troy Woman’s Club, Troy Music Study Club, 19th Century Study Club, Troy Arts Council Auxiliary and is a patron of the Troy Arts Council. In 2008 she was awarded the Troy Arts Council’s Music Award. “Sunday was very special, especially since it was on the first Sunday of September 15 years ago, that I first played the organ as organist of First United Methodist Church of Troy,” Crapps said. “Don and I had just moved back to Troy where we had lived years ago. So, Sunday was a very special time for us.”Crapps said she has been blessed to be able to share her talents for the glory of God.“To play the piano and organ brings me great joy and, in the music of the church, I find that it brings me closer to God,” Crapps said. “ Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Acid Reflux (Watch Now)Healthy LifestyleIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential HealthRemember Them? I’m Sure Their New Net Worth Will Leave You SpeechlessbradofoThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. 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She began playing the piano at church at age 12.“My love for music grew as I continued to practice and as I was exposed to different styles of music,” Crapps said. “In college, I majored in music and developed a love of singing and choral music. During my college years, I made improvements in both the piano and organ and in choral music.”After she graduated from college, Crapps had opportunities to play in many different churches and for many different denominations. The Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies… By The Penny Hoarder Book Nook to reopenlast_img

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