15 November 2010Three cultural elements in China and one in Croatia were today inscribed on the United Nations list of cultural traditions in need of urgent protection at a meeting in Kenya of parties to the international convention designed to preserve the world’s intangible cultural heritage. Three cultural elements in China and one in Croatia were today inscribed on the United Nations list of cultural traditions in need of urgent protection at a meeting in Kenya of parties to the international convention designed to preserve the world’s intangible cultural heritage.Some 400 State delegates, representatives from civil society and observers are attending the 5th session of the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s (UNESCO) Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, which is being held for the first time in Sub-Saharan Africa.The new additions to the List of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding include the Meshrep tradition found among the Uygur people in China’s Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region. A complete Meshrep event includes a rich collection of traditions and performance arts, such as music, dance, drama, folk arts, acrobatics, oral literature and games.Also added to the list are the watertight-bulkhead technology of Chinese junks developed in southern China’s Fujian province. The technology permits the construction of ocean-going vessels with watertight compartments. Delegates also selected China’s wooden movable-type printing for addition to the list. The technique is one the world’s oldest and is practised in Rui’an county, Zhejiang province, where it is used in compiling and printing clan genealogies.Croatia’s Ojkanje singing also made it to the list. Found in the Croatian regions of the Dalmatian hinterland, the Ojkanje is performed by two or more singers using a distinctive voice-shaking technique created by the throat. Each song lasts as long as the lead singer can hold his or her breath.The Convention for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage, which is administered by UNESCO), was adopted in 2003 and is ratified by 132 States. It recommends the protection of elements such as oral traditions and expressions, performing arts, social practices, rituals and festive events, knowledge and practices concerning nature and the universe and know-how related to traditional handicrafts.“The Convention is one of the most innovative instruments that we have developed to address contemporary challenges,” said Irina Bokova, UNESCO’s Director General, in her opening address. “I see our commitment to intangible heritage as an act of solidarity, respect and understanding of others,” she said.During the five-day meeting, the Committee will also examine 47 elements for inscription to the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.Ms. Bokova lamented the absence at this year’s session of inscription candidates from Africa.“We should feel an obligation towards the African continent and to all those who have an extremely rich intangible heritage and who are not fittingly represented in the Convention’s Lists,” she said.
OTTAWA — The annual pace of housing starts increased more than expected in March and hit their highest level since September 2007.The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says the seasonally adjusted annual rate of housing starts for March came in at 253,720 units, up from 214,253 in February.Economists had expected a reading of 215,000 for last month, according to Thomson Reuters.Canadians ready to cash in on their property, poll finds; problem is, where to go next?Seven ways to cool Toronto’s red-hot housing market without hurting everyone elseOverheating housing could drag down Canada’s economy if unchecked, RBC warnsThe overall increase came as the annual pace of urban starts increased by 20.2 per cent to 235,674 units, boosted by an increase in multi-unit starts.Multi-unit urban starts increased by 30.2 per cent to 160,989, while single-detached urban starts increased by 3.1 per cent to 74,685 units. Rural starts were estimated at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 18,046.CMHC’s trend measure, a six-month moving average of the monthly seasonally adjusted annual rate, increased to 211,342 units in March compared with 205,521 in February.
NEW YORK — The eco-minded Prince Harry announced a massive travel sustainability initiative Tuesday in partnership with key service providers that’s aimed at bettering the practices of the global industry amid an ever-increasing number of travellers.The Duke of Sussex unveiled Travalyst at a news conference in Amsterdam, a city hit hard by over-tourism. He was joined by representatives of his partners, Booking.com, TripAdvisor, Visa, China’s largest travel company, Ctrip, and the Ctrip-owned fare aggregator Skyscanner.The long-term initiative is focused on tackling the travel industry’s impact on climate change, improving wildlife conservation and protecting the environment in top tourist spots. It will also look at ways to better serve local communities through tourism dollars.Leanne Italie, The Associated Press
by The Canadian Press Posted Apr 21, 2017 2:30 pm MDT Last Updated Apr 21, 2017 at 3:40 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Most actively traded companies on the TSX Some of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (15,614.48, down 11.08 points):Yamana Gold Inc. (TSX:YRI). Miner. Up three cents, or 0.75 per cent, to $4.05 on 6.5 million shares.Toronto-Dominion Bank (TSX:TD). Bank. Down 41 cents, or 0.62 per cent, to $65.63 on 6.1 million shares.Kinross Gold Corp. (TSX:K). Miner. Up 14 cents, or 2.76 per cent, to $5.22 on 4.9 million shares.Baytex Energy Corp. (TSX:BTE). Oil and gas. Up one cent, or 0.25 per cent, to $4.04 on 4.3 million shares.Cenovus Energy Inc. (TSX:CVE). Oil and gas. Up 33 cents, or 2.38 per cent, to $14.18 on 3.7 million shares. The CEO says his company plans to accelerate drilling of conventional gas wells on lands it’s buying from ConocoPhillips through a $17.7-billion deal announced last month. Brian Ferguson says the Calgary-based company will increase spending to $650 million in 2019 to drill about 120 wells on the land in northeastern B.C. and northwestern Alberta.Gran Colombia Gold Corp. (TSX:GCM). Miner. Unchanged at 9.5 cents on 3.7 million shares.Companies reporting major news:Home Capital Group Inc. (TSX:HCG). Financial Services. Up $1.54, or 8.70 per cent, to $19.25 on 2.8 million shares. The chairman says he remains confident about the lending company’s future despite recently announced allegations against the company, as well as two of its former CEOs and its current chief financial officer. An open letter by Home Capital chairman Kevin Smith says the company recognizes that shareholder confidence has been shaken by the Ontario Security Commission’s allegations, released Wednesday.National Bank of Canada (TSX:NA). Bank. Down five cents, or 0.09 per cent, to $54.31 on 1.8 million shares. National Bank has signed a deal to take a minority stake in robo-adviser Nest Wealth for $6 million. Canada’s big banks have been ramping up their investments in technology in the face of competition from low-cost robo-advisers and other technology providers.
“Today’s special voting marks the beginning of the voting process,” the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Iraq, Martin Kobler said in a news release. The country’s electoral body, the Independent High Electoral Commission (IHEC), demonstrated “a high level of professionalism in this first election organized under full Iraqi ownership,” Mr. Kobler stressed. “Now that Iraqi security forces, police and military have exercised their right to cast their ballot, all eyes are focused on the election day on 20 April,” the UN Envoy noted. He urged the security forces to ensure a free and secure environment for the elections. At least 15.5 million Iraqis are eligible to vote in the 20 April polls, according to official estimates, where more than 8,000 candidates are reportedly vying for 378 seats on provincial councils. Provincial councils are responsible for nominating governors who take charge of the provinces’ administration, finances and reconstruction projects.“It is of the utmost importance that voters turn out in an orderly and safe environment free of violence, threats and intimidation,” Mr. Kobler concluded.Next week’s elections are the first Iraq has held since parliamentary elections in 2010.
“The UN and its Member States have much work to do. As we strive to get prevention right, let us continue to be inspired by the contributions of David Hamburg,” the Secretary-General said in the inaugural Andrew Carnegie Distinguished Lecture on conflict prevention, which honoured Mr. Hamburg.The event, which took place this evening at Headquarters, was co-sponsored by the United Nations and the Foreign Policy Association. Honouree David A. Hamburg, who discussed his new book Give Peace A Chance, was introduced by Robert Orr, UN Assistant Secretary-General for Strategic Planning. “David Hamburg has made truly important intellectual contributions to the world and to the work of the United Nations,” the Secretary-General said, noting that Mr. Hamburg, during 15 years as head of the Carnegie Corporation, helped to transform the way the United Nations, Governments and the broader public looked at a range of issues, from public health and education to nuclear non-proliferation to conflict prevention. “His work on conflict prevention has been especially notable,” Mr. Ban said, recalling that one the main priorities of his tenure as UN Chief has been to improve the Organization’s ability to address brewing tensions before they become bigger and costlier crises. “I wanted us to make greater use of the many tools available under Chapter VI of the UN Charter to prevent armed conflict,” he said, adding that in that endeavour, a major reference point has been the seminal 1997 report of the Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict. The key elements of that report still resonated today, he said, citing its focus on early action, national ownership and the critical role of civil society; the need to address the full range socio-economic and political factors to ensure lasting peace; and the acknowledgement that in extreme situations, the use of force remains an important tool to prevent even greater atrocities.“The United Nations has come a long way in internalizing and operationalizing these insights,” the Secretary-General said, noting that UN special envoys are the most visible manifestations of the world body’s growing emphasis on preventive diplomacy. “These envoys can now call on rapidly deployable expertise on cease-fire negotiations, power-sharing, constitutional design, gender issues and other aspects of peace processes,” said Mr. Band, adding that UN regional offices in West Africa, Central Asia and Central Africa act as forward platforms for preventive work.“We have worked hard to bridge the gap between the political and development arms of the United Nations to more effectively address drivers of conflict,” he said. The Organization had also helped to solidly embed the Responsibility to Protect in its normative framework. While those efforts have yielded concrete results – from Kenya to Kyrgyzstan, the UN has kept tensions from escalating, and it was accompanying difficult transition processes in Guinea, Yemen and Somalia – “we are reminded on a daily basis that prevention has limits and shortcomings,” he said citing situations in Syria, Mal, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Central African Republic “Our efforts in preventive diplomacy are hampered by sovereignty concerns of Member States and fears of external interference,” Mr. Pan said, stressing that preventive action can only succeed when the international community speaks with one voice. Divisions in the Security Council or in approaches among organizations can undermine the effectiveness of mediators. He noted that early warning also remains a challenge. Social media are helping the United Nations to take the pulse of a country or a situation. “But we have also been caught unprepared. And we need to improve our ability to engage preventively in fragile countries where we have only a development presence, as was the case in Sri Lanka,” he said. Concluding, he said that Mr. Hamburg’s work has enabled the international community to make quantum leaps in its approach to addressing armed conflict. “As the title of his new book puts it, he is helping us all to ‘Give Peace a Chance’” the Secretary-General said.
Raw Materials Group (RMG), mineral economists based in Stockholm, Sweden has concluded a co-operation agreement with Information Center of Ministry of Land and Resources (ICMLR) Beijing, China. RMG and ICMLR strengthen their long co-operation and will pursue a number of joint research projects. The agreement was signed during the China Mining 2011 in Tianjin. By combining RMG’s databases covering all mines in the world with ICMLR’s extensive knowledge of Chinese mineral deposits and exploration, a research unit without equal is created, says RMG.The partners will start with two topics:• Supply and Demand of key minerals in major areas of the world• Exploration expenditure in the world- developments and driversRMG and ICMLR are convinced that these joint research projects strengthen the links between the two partners and set the scene for a successful future together with considerable mutual benefits. “This agreement confirms RMG’s global presence and strong position among mineral economists all over the world” says RMG’s founder Magnus Ericsson. “This agreement deepens the ICMLR’s international cooperation, and further widen ICMLR’s ways to research more mining information of all over the world” says ICMLR’s director Han Haiqing.
“The people behind us suddenly dropped”: Witnesses describe Tayto Park stairs collapse Nine people were taken to hospital over the incident. Monday 24 Oct 2016, 8:03 AM Oct 24th 2016, 8:03 AM AN INVESTIGATION IS underway into the collapse of a staircase at the Tayto Park House of Horrors event, which led to the hospitalisation of nine people.The incident occurred on Saturday night at approximately 8pm. The park is located in Ashbourne, Co Meath.A statement from Tayto said that its emergency plan was immediately put into place after the incident occurred.It’s understood all of those who were hospitalised have since been released.Witnesses have been speaking about what happened on the night. Rian O’Kelly (25) from Dublin, told BBC Radio Ulster that she had just stepped off the staircase when it collapsed.She brought her sister and two of her sister’s friends to the event. They queued for an hour to get into the House of Horrors, and she said the queue reached up two flights of stairs. 20,974 Views The management of Tayto Park will co-operate fully with the investigation as the safety of our guests is paramount.Tayto Park reopened as normal yesterday.Read: Nine people injured after House of Horrors staircase collapse at Tayto Park> We had just stepped on to kind of like a landing and there is another flight of stairs going up. And basically we heard this big creaking noise and we thought it was part of the show, like it was trying to be scary, but next of all the people behind us suddenly dropped and the whole staircase collapsed. Share13 Tweet Email https://jrnl.ie/3042827 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Image: Google Maps By Aoife Barry 21 Comments Image: Google Maps And then obviously everyone got really afraid and everyone started crying and screaming and running because we thought we were going to drop as well.She described the situation as “surreal”. “It was like they vanished,” she said of the people who were on the part of the staircase that dropped.“I was also so frightened, my knees were totally shaking. All of the younger children and adults were screaming and crying it was very scary and it was ironic that we were supposed to be going into the House of Horrors.”Tayto Park said in a statement that at approximately 8pm the lower portion of a permanent staircase leading to The House of Horrors gave way.The Tayto Park emergency plan was immediately put in place and the emergency services attended the scene. Nine people were transported to hospitals in the city as a precautionary measure to assess their injuries. Short URL
Greek Australian Maia Oranea Stratos is the official face of the Marrickville Festival being held on tomorrow. The eight-year-old is the perfect example of the culturally diverse area of Marrickville with a Greek mother and an Irish Australian father. Her mother, Katerina Stratos, and her husband both work in the film and arts industries and said their daughter exemplified the culturally mixed and artistic community of Marrickville. “We love living in Marrickville because our neighbourhood is so artistic and Maia is a product of that artistic community – she loves sculpting, drawing and painting,” said Katerina. Maia said she regularly visits the area’s local markets and enjoys shopping at Reverse Garbage where she buys recycled materials to make Plasticine and clay models. “There’s always fun things to do,” Maia said when asked what she likes most about Marrickville. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
More than three quarters (82%) of employee respondents will check an organisation’s benefits package when job hunting, according to research by Jobsite.Its survey of 1,000 UK employees and 500 employers also found that 34% of employer respondents view benefits as an important recruitment tool.The research also found:72% of employee respondents would be more motivated and likely to stay at an organisation if offered an attractive benefits package.62% of employer respondents believe they offer a good benefits package, and 47% of employee respondents agree.20% of employee respondents feel their benefits package is poor.Just under half (49%) of employee respondents would sacrifice £115 a month for benefits that would contribute to a better work-life balance.93% of employee respondents and 95% of employer respondents believe having flexibility in the workplace makes staff feel more trusted and valued.25% of employer respondents are worried about the effect flexible working will have on staff productivity.41% of female employee respondents value their benefits package at £50 or less a year.29% of male employee respondents value their benefits at more than £500 a year, compared to 17% of female employee respondents.52% of employee respondents name increased annual leave as their top benefit, followed by an enhanced pension scheme (48%), flexible working (45%), and private healthcare (34%).Nick Gold, chief executive officer at Jobsite, said: “The discrepancy between businesses and employees in attitude towards benefits is very surprising. It’s yet another indication of the new modern working culture, in which employees are looking for flexibility in their working life and remuneration.“Businesses need to adopt this culture and recognise that offering a strong benefits package is an excellent way of attracting and retaining the best talent. A modern approach to this is creating a flexible ‘shopping list’ style of package, allowing employees to decide which benefits offer the most value to them as individuals.”
SOUTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – A home surveillance system captured a man dressed as a utility worker stealing packages from a home in Southwest Miami-Dade.Video shows the man walking up to a home near Southwest 55th Avenue and Flagler Street, looking around and grabbing the packages left at the door.The man could be seen wearing a helmet and an orange and yellow Water and Sewer safety vest.The theft took place on Feb. 28.If you have any information on this theft, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $1,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Nintendo’s latest effort to get gamers interested in and buying the Wii U is the third-person shooter called Splatoon. The game is receiving great reviews, with an average score of 81 on Metacritic since its launch late last month. However, Nintendo is not going to be happy to see that Splatoon is already playable without a Wii U thanks to a very impressive Minecraft mod by SethBling.The aim of Splatoon is for two opposing teams to cover a level in ink. The team that covers more of a level in ink when a set time limit is reached wins the game. Players fire ink in their team color, but must change to a squid form in order to replenish their ink supply as well as unlocking the ability to climb up walls or through grates wherever their ink color is present.As you can see in the video below, Splatoon in Minecraft has implemented all of the mechanics from Nintendo’s original game:I doubt Nintendo will choose to ignore this because of just how popular Minecraft is with its core audience of children. It also helps that Minecraft is owned by Microsoft, who will at least engage Nintendo in conversation if they choose to complain about the mod.Personally, I don’t think this will impact sales of Splatoon very much. Kids already with a Wii U at home will want to play Splatoon, and they will urge their friends to buy it, too. They may also play the Minecraft version, but however good it is, it’s always going to be more clunky than the Nintendo original.What we should focus on here is just how impressive the modding community is within Minecraft, and how much scope there is for creativity in Minecraft. I wonder what they’ll produce next?
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The Jeep Wrangler, the car most people are probably thinking of when they hear about “a Jeep,” will take a leap forward into the world of alternative powertrains in 2020 when it gets a plug-in hybrid variant. The PHEV version of the Wrangler was announced at the LA Auto Show this week (via Roadshow) alongside an EcoDiesel and standard gas versions.There’s not much additional information out there yet regarding the plug-in Jeep, except that it could borrow from the hybrid version of the Chrysler Pacifica, which offers a fully electric range of 33 miles and an overall efficiency rating of 32 miles per gallon. Maybe you could stick with electric drive for the commute, and only dip into your gas reserves when you’re hitting the off-road trails for the weekend.This is definitely a bit of a departure for the tried and true Wrangler brand identity, but automakers are increasingly looking for places in the lineup where use of EV and hybrid drivetrains make sense, from both a consumer and a manufacturer’s perspective.
Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald has five catches for 67 yards in two games this season.A perennial Pro Bowler, Fitz often times puts up those numbers in just a half of football.The Cardinals have struggled to get their star the football through two games this season, especially in the 20-18 win over New England last Sunday.Kevin Kolb attempted to get the ball to Fitzgerald five times, but he came down with just one catch for four yards. Top Stories Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ 0 Comments Share “I think we’ve done a real good job now for six years of scheming to get Larry the ball,” an unconcerned Cardinals offensive coordinator Mike Miller said. “As well as that being a focus, I think we need to remember, took, our focus is to win the game.”While those words are not likely to appease the many fantasy football owners who have Fitzgerald on their roster, it is ultimately the only thing that matters for the Cardinals.Arizona Sports’ Craig Grialou contributed to this report Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation
Gatwick Airport has the shortest queues at security of the ten busiest airports in Europe, according to the results of a new poll.Passengers rated the London terminal best for security waiting times in the latest Airports Councils International (ACI) quarterly study.Gatwick beat off competition from neighbour London Heathrow, as well as fellow UK airport Manchester International. The other eight competitors were Amsterdam Schipol, Paris Charles De Gaulle, Paris Orly, Copenhagen, Madrid, Rome, and Frankfurt.Andy Flower, managing director of the airport, said: “It is a testament to the dedication and commitment of our staff at Gatwick that has resulted in this excellent feedback from passengers.”This time last year Gatwick came 7th out of 10 for security queue times, so to be voted top today is a real achievement.”Meanwhile, KD Avia airline recently announced new flights to Russia from London Gatwick. The carrier will offer cheap flights to Yekaterinburg which will run in tandem with the airline’s existing services between Gatwick and Kallingrad.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedManchester Airport is the UK’s favouriteManchester Airport named best in the UK, according to our latest survey.Iceland Express adds Gatwick to Stansted servicesIcelandic low-cost airline Iceland Express is launching flights from Reykjavik to London Gatwick this winter.Gatwick Arrivals & Departures | Live Flight InformationGet Gatwick arrivals and departures information in real time with Skyscanner’s flight status board. Whether you’re jetting off on holiday or meeting family at the airport, we’ve got all the live, accurate flight information you need. Find cheap flights from Gatwick Search airport hotels Download our app Find out your…
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