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Foundations of Law: Jurisdictions
 
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Describes several applications of the term 'jurisdiction' in law, which is a fundamental topic for paralegals to understand. For further information, visit our website or enrol in our Certificate in Paralegal Studies. Note: all images not created by the author are public domain or used under the 'fair use' doctrine.
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The Foundations of Equity Jurisdiction pt1
 
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There has been a tug of war between Equity and the Common Law (Civil Law) and for most people, they didn't even know there was a separate body of law outside of 'the Common law' It's one thing to learn about trusts, but what is more important is to understand what jurisdiction or body of law it belongs to. This series is the start of an Introduction to Equity, starting with it's early foundations. This is a really exciting series as it will open one's eyes to the spirit of a matter verses the letter and that there is recourse available.
Foundations and Trusts
 
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What are the key characteristics of foundations and trusts? Rene Philippe, Offshore Premium. You can view this video and the full video archive on the Dukascopy.TV page: http://www.dukascopy.com/tv/en/#133625
Views: 4336 Dukascopy TV (EN)
The Four Jurisdictions of Law/law under the 4th Crown Constitutions
 
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The four Jurisdictions of Law/law allowed under both Constitutions are cited in Article III, Section 2 of both Constitutions as are named in their hierarchy of follows: Common Law, Equity, admiralty and maritime with the capitalization or lack there of, placed for EMPHASIS.
Financial Transparency: A Comparison of Jurisdictions
 
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This session will look at how offshore jurisdictions compare in terms of banking secrecy, recording of beneficial ownership registries for trusts, foundations, and companies, availability to the public of corporate share registers and accounts, anti-money laundering, tax information exchange, international judicial co-operation, and other areas. SPEAKERS Andres Knobel Consultant, Tax Justice Network (Argentina) RECORDED LIVE ON 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM, May 06, 2014
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Creating a Strong Foundation for Effective Connections from Incarceration to Community Substance Abu
 
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This April 30, 2013 webinar discussed how jurisdictions can create strong foundations for effective connections to community treatment through a comprehensive reentry process. The webinar also addressed the important role that family involvement and support can play in a recovering persons transition from incarceration to the community. The featured presenter was Phillip Barbour from the Center for Health and Justice at Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities (TASC).
Views: 488 CSG Justice Center
What is EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION? What does EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION mean?
 
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What is EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION? What does EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION mean? EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION meaning - EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION definition - EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION explanation. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ?sub_confirmation=1 Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. In civil procedure, exclusive jurisdiction exists where one court has the power to adjudicate a case to the exclusion of all other courts. It is the opposite situation from concurrent jurisdiction (or non exclusive jurisdiction), in which more than one court may take jurisdiction over the case. Exclusive jurisdiction is typically defined in terms of subject matter. For example, 28 U.S.C. § 1334 gives the United States district courts exclusive jurisdiction over all matters arising in bankruptcy (with few exceptions). On a Federal level, exclusive jurisdiction allows the Supreme Court to review the decisions in lower courts.
Views: 245 The Audiopedia
Financial Transparency: A Comparison of Jurisdictions
 
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A look at how offshore jurisdictions compare in terms of banking secrecy, recording of beneficial ownership registries for trusts, foundations, and companies, availability to the public of corporate share registers and accounts, anti-money laundering, tax information exchange, international judicial co-operation, and other areas. Andres Knobel, Consultant, Tax Justice Network (Argentina)
Views: 134 OffshoreAlert
Rehabilitation and Redress: Expanding the Rights of Survivors of Torture in Hong Kong Day 2 #6
 
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With the support of Open Society Foundations and CCPL, Justice Centre held a symposium on Rehabilitation and Redress: Expanding the Rights of Survivors of Torture in Hong Kong on 17th and 18th November 2018. D​elegates from different jurisdictions, including Thailand, the Philippines, Nepal, Australia and the U.S. were invited to speak and share with us about their strategies, approaches, challenges and recommendations when protecting the rights of survivors of torture.
Foundations of Freedom, Video 2: Freedom, Sovereignty, and Justice
 
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Describes the relationship of freedom and sovereignty to equality and how they relate to all your administrative interactions with government. For other videos in this series, see: Video 1: Introduction https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikf7CcT2I8I Video 3: Status, Rights, and Privileges https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k6A1vlOQrsM Video 4: Willful Government Deception and Propaganda https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPWMfa_oD-w To start your quest for TRUE freedom, see: Path to Freedom, Form #09.015 DIRECT LINK: http://sedm.org/Forms/09-Procs/PathToFreedom.pdf FORMS PAGE: http://sedm.org/Forms/FormIndex.htm VIDEO: http://youtu.be/Mp1gJ3iF2Ik GOOGLE PLAY: https://play.google.com/books/reader?printsec=frontcover&output=reader&id=u_hvBAAAQBAJ&pg=GBS.PA11 For a printable version of the slides used in this series, see: Foundations of Freedom, Form #012.021 SEDM DIRECT: http://sedm.org/LibertyU/FoundOfFreedom-Slides.pdf GOOGLE PLAY: https://play.google.com/books/reader?printsec=frontcover&output=reader&id=jfVvBAAAQBAJ Thanks to Fox News for the Freedom Watch Excerpt. More at: http://foxnews.com
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International Criminal Law - Module 3 Lecture - General Principles of Jurisdiction
 
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This video accompanies Module 3 of Professor Lucian Dervan's International Criminal Law course. The materials referenced in the video are from his textbook, International Criminal Law: Cases and Materials (4th Edition), Carolina Academic Press (2016) (with Ellen S. Podgor and Rogers S. Clark). The book is available for purchase on Professor Dervan's Amazon author page at https://www.amazon.com/Lucian-E.-Dervan/e/B00IQ87ED4.
Views: 647 Lucian Dervan
Rehabilitation and Redress: Expanding the Rights of Survivors of Torture in Hong Kong Day 2 #5
 
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With the support of Open Society Foundations and CCPL, Justice Centre held a symposium on Rehabilitation and Redress: Expanding the Rights of Survivors of Torture in Hong Kong on 17th and 18th November 2018. D​elegates from different jurisdictions, including Thailand, the Philippines, Nepal, Australia and the U.S. were invited to speak and share with us about their strategies, approaches, challenges and recommendations when protecting the rights of survivors of torture.
What is COMMON LAW? What does COMMON LAW mean? COMMON LAW meaning, definition & explanation
 
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✪✪✪✪✪ WORK FROM HOME! Looking for WORKERS for simple Internet data entry JOBS. $15-20 per hour. SIGN UP here - http://jobs.theaudiopedia.com ✪✪✪✪✪ What is COMMON LAW? What does COMMON LAW mean? COMMON LAW meaning - COMMON LAW definition - COMMON LAW explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. common law (also known as case law or precedent) is law developed by judges, courts, and similar tribunals, stated in decisions that nominally decide individual cases but that in addition have precedential effect on future cases. Common law is a third branch of law, in contrast to and on equal footing with statutes which are adopted through the legislative process, and regulations which are promulgated by the executive branch. A "common law system" is a legal system that gives great precedential weight to common law, so that consistent principles applied to similar facts yield similar outcomes. The body of past common law binds judges that make future decisions, just as any other law does, to ensure consistent treatment. In cases where the parties disagree on what the law is, a common law court looks to past precedential decisions of relevant courts. If a similar dispute has been resolved in the past, the court is usually bound to follow the reasoning used in the prior decision (this principle is known as stare decisis). If, however, the court finds that the current dispute is fundamentally distinct from all previous cases (called a "matter of first impression"), judges have the authority and duty to make law by creating precedent. Thereafter, the new decision becomes precedent, and will bind future courts. Stare decisis, the principle that cases should be decided according to consistent principled rules so that similar facts will yield similar results, lies at the heart of all common law systems. One third of the world's population live in common law jurisdictions or in systems mixed with civil law. Common law originated during the Middle Ages in England, and from there was propagated to the colonies of the British Empire, including India, the United States (both the federal system and 49 of its 50 states), Pakistan, Nigeria, Bangladesh, Canada (and all its provinces except Quebec), Malaysia, Ghana, Australia, Sri Lanka, Hong Kong, Singapore, Burma, Ireland, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Cyprus, Barbados, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Cameroon, Namibia, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Botswana, Guyana, and Fiji.
Views: 23305 The Audiopedia
Jersey Foundations Law
 
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Speaker: Julian Hayden, Director at Hawksford Group Overview: Julian Hayden sets out the key aspects of Jersey Foundation Law. Please note: This video is for educational purposes only and does not constitute professional advice.
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Foundations of Freedom, Video 3: Status, Rights, and Privileges
 
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Describes status, rights, and privileges and their effect on your equality, freedom and sovereignty. To start your quest for TRUE freedom, see: Path to Freedom, Form #09.015 DIRECT LINK: http://sedm.org/Forms/09-Procs/PathTo... FORMS PAGE: http://sedm.org/Forms/FormIndex.htm VIDEO: http://youtu.be/Mp1gJ3iF2Ik GOOGLE PLAY: https://play.google.com/books/reader?... For a printable version of the slides used in this series, see: Foundations of Freedom, Form #012.021 SEDM DIRECT: http://sedm.org/LibertyU/FoundOfFreed... GOOGLE PLAY: https://play.google.com/books/reader?... For other videos in this series, see: Video 1: Introduction https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikf7CcT2I8I Video 2: Freedom, Sovereignty, and Justice https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ofiwvb_sJJI Video 4: Willful Government Deception and Propaganda https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPWMfa_oD-w Thanks to Doug Casey of Casey Research for this excerpt from their interview. You can visit their website at: http://www.caseyresearch.com/ Finally, for a detailed treatment of how to stay private and challenge attempts to make you public, see: Separation Between Public and Private, Form #12.025 FORMS PAGE: http://sedm.org/Forms/FormIndex.htm http://sedm.org/LibertyU/SeparatingPublicPrivate.pdf
Views: 5845 sedm .org
Jurisdiction of supreme court of Pakistan Article 184 to 186A Of constitution of pakistan 1973 urdu
 
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184 Original Jurisdiction of Supreme Court. (1) The Supreme Court shall, to the exclusion of every other court, have original jurisdiction in any dispute between any two or more Governments. Explanation.- In this clause, "Governments" means the Federal Government and the Provincial Governments. Whatsapp # +923046671675 Email address [email protected] [email protected] Website www.lawschoolofficial.blogspot.com Facebook www.facebook.com/lawschoolofficial https://plus.google.com/109575231597284486665 www.pinterest.com/lawschoolofficial/ https://www.instagram.com/lawschoolofficial/ Jurisdiction of supreme court of Pakistan Article 184 to 186A Of constitution of pakistan 1973 urdu 184 Original Jurisdiction of Supreme Court. (1) The Supreme Court shall, to the exclusion of every other court, have original jurisdiction in any dispute between any two or more Governments. Explanation.- In this clause, "Governments" means the Federal Government and the Provincial Governments. (2) In the exercise of the jurisdiction conferred on it by clause (1), the Supreme Court shall pronounce declaratory judgments only. (3) Without prejudice to the provisions of Article 199, the Supreme Court shall, if it considers that a question of public importance with reference to the enforcement of any of the Fundamental Rights conferred by Chapter I of Part II is involved have the power to make an order of the nature mentioned in the said Article. 185 Appellate Jurisdiction of Supreme Court. (1) Subject to this Article, the Supreme Court shall have jurisdiction to hear and determine appeals from judgments, decrees, final orders or sentences. (2) An appeal shall lie to the Supreme Court from any judgment, decree, final order or sentence (a) if the High Court has on appeal reversed an order of acquittal of an accused person and sentenced him to death or to transportation for life or imprisonment for life; or, on revision, has enhanced a sentence to a sentence as aforesaid; or (b) if the High Court has withdrawn for trial before itself any case from any court subordinate to it and has in such trial convicted the accused person and sentenced him as aforesaid; or (c) if the High Court has imposed any punishment on any person for contempt of the High Court; or (d) if the amount or value of the subject matter of the dispute in the court of first instance was, and also in dispute in appeal is, not less than fifty thousand rupees or such other sum as may be specified in that behalf by Act of [Majlis-e-Shoora (Parliament)] and the judgment, decree or final order appealed from has varied or set aside the judgment, decree or final order of the court immediately below; or (e) if the judgment, decree or final order involves directly or indirectly some claim or question respecting property of the like amount or value and the judgment, decree or final order appealed from has varied or set aside the judgment, decree or final order of the court immediately below; or (f) if the High Court certifies that the case involves a substantial question of law as to the interpretation of the Constitution. (3) An appeal to the Supreme Court from a judgment, decree, order or sentence of a High Court in a case to which clause (2) does not apply shall lie only if the Supreme Court grants leave to appeal. 186 Advisory Jurisdiction. (1) If, at any time, the President considers that it is desirable to obtain the opinion of the Supreme Court on any question of law which he considers of public importance, he may refer the question to the Supreme Court for consideration. (2) The Supreme Court shall consider a question so referred and report its opinion on the question to the President. 186A Power of Supreme Court to transfer cases. The Supreme Court may, if it considers it expedient to do so in the interest of justice, transfer any case, appeal or other proceedings pending before any High Court to any other High Court. I am the student of Law and this is my channel which is all about Law. Purpose of this channel is to help out all law students. Law subjects are not easy subjects especially for new comers. I tried my best to describe all things in easy way and hoping that all videos books are very easy and understood not only for law students but also for a common man. These video books will include all law subjects of Pakistan and India as like Pakistan penal code 1860 Indian penal code 1860 Tort Equity Contract Act Criminal procedure code Civil procedure code Evidence Sources of Law jurisprudence Constitutional Law Constitution of different countries and many other subjects Language of video Books is English, Urdu and Hindi
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Using the SEDM Jurisdictions Database Online
 
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How to use the SEDM Jurisdictions Database Online, Form #09.004. This training relates to the following page: http://sedm.org/GIS/JurisdictionDB.aspx This video originates from: SEDM Support Page, Section 12.2 http://sedm.org/Support/Support.htm
Views: 635 sedm .org
Juvenile Drug Courts (JDC) 101
 
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During this interactive online workshop we will discuss the foundations of a well-built juvenile drug court (JDC). We’ll explore the purpose of this special docket and how it aims to address some challenging system issues. This session is a great introduction to the JDC concept for jurisdictions just starting out or for new team members in an existing JDC.
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IronRidge  'has the foundations set' with two significant discoveries in the last year
 
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Vincent Mascolo, chief executive of IronRidge Resources Ltd (LON:IRR), updates Proactive London's Andrew Scott on developments across the portfolio in Ghana, Chad and Cote d'Ivoire as well as the recent £5.4mln fundraise. Mascolo says significant on-the-ground progress has been made in 2018 that requires follow-up. ''The last 12 months we've delivered two significant discoveries and since the company's IPO it's been three discoveries in three jurisdictions in three years ... so quite an impressive track record''.
OFT's role in foundation trust mergers
 
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Earl Howe gives Government's view on when OFT has jurisdiction now...
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Foundations of Stone - The Lord of the Rings Music
 
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This deepest region of Moria is a shadowy abyss, a chilling, vast, and strange place made of twisted stones, woeful waters, and creeping fog. Horrifying monsters haunt these dark cracks in the earth, lurking amid swollen and glowing mushrooms, hiding in the shadows beneath strange arches and spurs of living rock. Down here, as far from sun and sky as it may be possible to get in Middle-earth, the screams of agonized heroes echo far and wide…and still go unheard. --- Trademarks TURBINE® TURBINE logo, TURBINE ENGINE®, ASHERON'S CALL®, ASHERON'S CALL DARK MAJESTY®, THRONE OF DESTINY® are registered trademarks or service marks of Turbine, Inc. in the United States and/or other jurisdictions. Other Turbine logos and product and service names are registered or unregistered trademarks or service marks of Turbine, Inc. in the United States and/or other jurisdictions. "The Lord of the Rings Online ", "Shadows of Angmar ", The Watcher logo, "The Lord of the Rings " and the names of the characters, events, items and places therein are trademarks or registered trademarks of SZC under license to Turbine, Inc. Atari and the Atari logo are trademarks owned by Atari Interactive, Inc. All other trademarks referenced on this website are the property of their respective owners. Copyrights THE LORD OF THE RINGS ONLINE™ interactive video game © 2010 Turbine, Inc. and patents pending. All rights reserved. Middle-earth Poster Map © 2007 The Saul Zaentz Company, d/b/a Middle-earth Enterprises f/k/a Tolkien Enterprises (SZC), under license to Turbine, Inc. All rights reserved. Dungeons & Dragons Online® : Eberron Unlimited™ interactive video game © 2010 Turbine, Inc. © 2010 Wizards of the Coast LLC © 2010 Atari, Inc., ASHERON'S CALL® © 2010 Turbine, Inc. Source: Turbine Inc., Legal Info September, 2010
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How To Build A Deck DIY | Part 1 Blocks and Framing
 
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Building a Floating Deck starts with the layout and box beam frame. This is an easy way to build by yourself or with 1 helper. We use this system to set the frame on top of a load bearing beam built with galvanized bolts. In many jurisdictions the code is different so please check with your local building office. Once we have a solid foundation all decks are basically able to be built the same. Cheers! Visit our Amazon Store to find tools and products that Jeff Uses https://amzn.to/2ySCGMO Want to see more our newest DIY videos? Subscribe to our channel and make sure you hit the notification bell to see every upload. Cheers!. We upload every Tuesday and Saturday night. Instagram https://instagram.com/homerenovisionDIY Our Website: https://www.HomeRenovisionDIY.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/homerenovisiondiy/?nr Twitter: https://twitter.com/renodiy This Youtube channel was designed for average homeowners to help tackle home renovation tasks around the house. Hosted by Jeff Thorman from Home Renovision DIY, Jeff uses his near two decades of experience to help you out. On this channel, you will a series of How To videos as well as before/after Total Renovation transformations. So what are you waiting for? Check it out! Video Editing Services by: Moskal Multimedia www.MoskalMultimedia.com Royalty Free Music by: Licensed under the Creative Commons License, Music: http://http://www.danosongs.com/ Artist O'Connor (DanoSongs.com) PURCHASED LICENSE PACKAGE
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Most Common Structures and Strategies to Protect Your Assets - Part 4 - Offshore Asset Protection
 
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Common Structures and Strategies to Protect Your Assets The goal of asset protection is to protect what you have both for today and for the future. There are several established and successful structures and strategies that you can use to achieve this goal. In this video presentation, Joel Nagel (https://about.me/joelnagel) reviews the most common of them, identifying which ones will help you best achieve that goal. In a discussion of trusts, Nagel points out that many people set up a revocable trust, which may be good in the short term, but will not protect assets over time. However, irrevocable trusts can provide benefit during your lifetime, be passed on to your heirs, and can protect assets from external influence. Nagel goes on to discuss foundations and corporations. A foundation is a legal structure that can work to your advantage in certain foreign jurisdictions. Corporations are more problematic, and Nagel discusses the pitfalls of using this structure to protect your assets. Another structure is known as non-reportable foreign assets, but Nagel points out that the list of what is non-reportable keeps shrinking, which may make it a structure that is not ideal in the long term. At present, ownership of foreign real estate does not need to be reported. Therefore, investing in properties in foreign jurisdictions would be an effective strategy to protect your assets from heavy taxation. (Income from those properties would be taxed, but there is currently no requirement to disclose the ownership of foreign real estate if it does not produce any income.) The non-reportable rule includes hard metals such as gold and silver. Joel Nagel wraps up the video by mentioning foreign residency and debt. While a previous video already included a talk about foreign residency, Nagel discusses non-consumer debt as a very creative and important strategy for protecting assets. For more information, connect with Joel on: https://angel.co/joel-nagel or https://www.slideshare.net/JoelNagel1
Views: 1236 Joel Nagel
The 3 Biggest Mistakes Offshore Asset Protection Planners Make
 
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http://www.OffshoreAssetProtectionInformation.com Visit to get at no cost: a copy of my book, a 20-minute consultation to discuss YOUR SITUATION with the author and a series of videos sent to you. Offshore Asset Protection and Investing Secrets Part 4 In this video: INTRO: Offshore Asset Protection - 3 Biggest Mistakes Planners Make p2: The First Offshore Asset Protection Mistake International Business Corporation Formation (IBC) Panama or elsewhere IBCs do not have charging order protection This means IBC stock may be seized by a creditor Once they have 51% of voting stock = game over! IBCs are subject to complex tax rules, such as subpart F income and Controlled Foreign Corporation (CFC) rules IBCs must file IRS form 5471 annually; this form is more difficult to file than forms for other entities P3: The Second Offshore Asset Protection Mistake Using a Panamanian Foundation for Offshore Asset Protection Panamanian Foundations are supposed to have a charitable purpose, they are not for protecting assets Any time you are using an entity improperly it raises suspicion and may be grounds for reverse piercing the entity Panamanian Foundations are cumbersome. Among other things there must be at least three Panamanians on the board of directors. US tax treatment of a Panamanian is very murky An Offshore Asset Protection Trust only requires one person to be trustee. And is therefore less of a hassle. Only consider a Panamanian Foundations if you wish to establish an international charity. P4: The Third Offshore Asset Protection Mistake (sometimes) The Purpose Trust A Purpose Trust is an Offshore Trust with no beneficiaries It is a great tool if you have a charitable purpose or if you'd like the trust to own a company that has no distributions. However, it should never be used if you wish to benefit in some manner from assets in the trust. Therefore, for asset protection it is generally not appropriate. p5: The Next Video In The Offshore Asset Protection Secrets Video Series "Offshore Banking, Part I - Choosing an offshore bank" See you in the next video!
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Foundations of Freedom, Video 4:  Willful Government Deception and Propaganda
 
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Describes how governments willfully and intentionally use political and legal propaganda to deceive and enslave and STEAL from people they are supposed to be protecting. Gives you tools and resources to fight each type of deception both politically and in court. This sets the stage for you to be able to defend your beliefs against ignorant and presumptuous people, the majority of whom are in the corrupted government. For a detailed memorandum of law useful in court documenting all of the illegal and criminal consequences of the government FRAUD documented in this video, see the following. The older version of this document is mentioned in the above presentation with a different name, but it has the same purpose and same form number as that mentioned in the video: Legal Deception, Propaganda, and Fraud, Form #05.014 FORMS PAGE: http://sedm.org/Forms/FormIndex.htm DIRECT LINK: http://sedm.org/Forms/05-MemLaw/LegalDecPropFraud.pdf For a video describing "The Matrix" created by government propaganda, see: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P772Eb63qIY& For a good poster on logical fallacies, see: https://yourlogicalfallacyis.com/ For other videos in this series, see: Video 1: Introduction https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikf7CcT2I8I Video 2: Freedom, Sovereignty, and Justice https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ofiwvb_sJJI Video 3: Status, Rights, and Privileges https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k6A1vlOQrsM The main if not only purpose of the abuse of language documented in this video is GOVERNMENT IDENTITY THEFT. For details, see: Government Identity Theft, Form #05.046 http://sedm.org/Forms/05-MemLaw/GovernmentIdentityTheft.pdf FORMS PAGE: http://sedm.org/Forms/FormIndex.htm To start your quest for TRUE freedom, see: Path to Freedom, Form #09.015 http://sedm.org/Forms/09-Procs/PathToFreedom.pdf FORMS PAGE: http://sedm.org/Forms/FormIndex.htm VIDEO: http://youtu.be/Mp1gJ3iF2Ik GOOGLE PLAY: https://play.google.com/books/reader?... For a printable version of the slides used in this series, see the following. The document below has updated links and document names and a few additional pages to clarify the subjects we are discussing: Foundations of Freedom, Form #12.021 http://sedm.org/LibertyU/FoundOfFreedom-Slides.pdf GOOGLE PLAY: https://play.google.com/books/reader?... For a similar video on the same subject that deals with POLITICAL deception, see: Secrets of the Slave State (OFFSITE LINK) - FreedomTaker.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVq_fIZeO00 For a description of the secret conspiracy by politicians against your constitutional rights, see: http://justpaste.it/convenant
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SAKI Foundations
 
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This SAKI Foundations video is part of SAKI Virtual Academy. It has been developed by the SAKI TTA program to provide foundational information on key considerations and recommended practices related to evidence collection, investigation, prosecution, and the provision of trauma-informed care related to sexual assault. More information on the SAKI Virtual Academy, and other training and resources for SAKI, can be accessed at www.sakitta.org. This project was supported by Grant No. 2015-AK-BX-K021 awarded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance. The Bureau of Justice Assistance is a component of the U.S. Department of Justice's Office of Justice Programs, which also includes the Bureau of Justice Statistics, the National Institute of Justice, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, the Office for Victims of Crime, and the SMART Office. Points of view or opinions in this document are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice.
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 1.1, The Foundations of Copyright Law: Introduction
 
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The terms on which this lecture may be used or modified are available at http://copyx.org/permission. The lecture was prepared for a Harvard Law School course on Copyright Law, and for the CopyrightX course, offered under the auspices of HarvardX. Information concerning both courses can be found at http://copyx.org.
The Certificate in Paralegal Studies
 
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Describes the course which consists of Foundations of Law, Contract Law, Criminal Law, Tort Law, Civil Procedure and Litigation, and Conveyancing and Probate. The emphasis in these courses is not on knowledge only, but also on developing legal skills and competence, while maintaining ethical standards and learning to advocate for the client.
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Structure of the Court System: Crash Course Government and Politics #19
 
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This week Craig Benzine is going to talk about the structure of the U.S. court system and how exactly it manages to keep things moving smoothly. We’’ll talk about trial courts, district courts, appeals courts, circuit courts, state supreme courts, and of course the one at the top - the U.S. Supreme Court. It’s all quite a bit to manage with jurisdictions and such, but it's important to remember that the vast majority of cases never even make it to court! Most are settled out of court, but also terms like mootness and ripeness are used to throw cases out altogether. Today, we're going to focus on how cases make it to the top, and next week we’ll talk about what happens when they get there. Produced in collaboration with PBS Digital Studios: http://youtube.com/pbsdigitalstudios Support is provided by Voqal: http://www.voqal.org All Flickr.com images are licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 2.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/legalcode Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support Crash Course on Patreon: http://patreon.com/crashcourse CC Kids: http://www.youtube.com/crashcoursekids
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William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 1.2, The Foundations of Copyright Law: Originality
 
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The terms on which this lecture may be used or modified are available at http://copyx.org/permission. The lecture was prepared for a Harvard Law School course on Copyright Law, and for the CopyrightX course, offered under the auspices of HarvardX. Information concerning both courses can be found at http://copyx.org.
What is INVOLUNTARY COMMITMENT? What does INVOLUNTARY COMMITMENT mean?
 
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What is INVOLUNTARY COMMITMENT? What does INVOLUNTARY COMMITMENT mean? INVOLUNTARY COMMITMENT meaning - INVOLUNTARY COMMITMENT definition - INVOLUNTARY COMMITMENT explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Involuntary commitment or civil commitment (also known as sectioning in some jurisdictions) is a legal process through which an individual who is deemed by a qualified agent to have symptoms of severe mental disorder is court-ordered into treatment in a psychiatric hospital (inpatient) or in the community (outpatient). Criteria for civil commitment are established by laws, which vary between nations. Commitment proceedings often follow a period of emergency hospitalization, during which an individual with acute psychiatric symptoms is confined for a relatively short duration (e.g. 72 hours) in a treatment facility for evaluation and stabilization by mental health professionals—who may then determine whether further civil commitment is appropriate or necessary. If civil commitment proceedings follow, then the evaluation is presented in a formal court hearing where testimony and other evidence may also be submitted. The subject of the hearing is typically entitled to legal counsel and may challenge a commitment order through habeas corpus rules. Historically, until the first third of the twentieth century or later in most jurisdictions, all committals to public psychiatric facilities and most committals to private ones were involuntary. Since then, there have been alternating trends towards the abolition or substantial reduction of involuntary commitment, a trend known as "deinstitutionalisation." In most jurisdictions, involuntary commitment is specifically applied to individuals believed to be experiencing a mental illness that impairs their reasoning ability to such an extent that the agents of the law, state, or courts determine that decisions will be made for the individual, under a legal framework. In some jurisdictions, this is a distinct proceeding from being "found incompetent." Involuntary commitment is used to some degree for each of the following headings although different jurisdictions have different criteria. Some jurisdictions limit court-ordered treatment to individuals who meet statutory criteria for presenting a danger "to self or others." Other jurisdictions have broader criteria. Training is gradually becoming available in mental health first aid to equip community members such as teachers, school administrators, police officers, and medical workers with training in recognizing, and authority in managing, situations where involuntary evaluations of behavior are applicable under law. The extension of first aid training to cover mental health problems and crises is a quite recent development. A mental health first aid training course was developed in Australia in 2001 and has been found to improve assistance provided to persons with an alleged mental illness or mental health crisis. This form of training has now spread to a number of other countries (Canada, Finland, Hong Kong, Ireland, Singapore, Scotland, England, Wales, and the United States). Mental health triage may be used in an emergency room to make a determination about potential risk and apply treatment protocols. Observation is sometimes used to determine whether a person warrants involuntary commitment. It is not always clear on a relatively brief examination whether a person is psychotic or otherwise warrants commitment.
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Rehabilitation and Redress: Expanding the Rights of Survivors of Torture in Hong Kong Day 2 #7
 
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With the support of Open Society Foundations and CCPL, Justice Centre held a symposium on Rehabilitation and Redress: Expanding the Rights of Survivors of Torture in Hong Kong on 17th and 18th November 2018. D​elegates from different jurisdictions, including Thailand, the Philippines, Nepal, Australia and the U.S. were invited to speak and share with us about their strategies, approaches, challenges and recommendations when protecting the rights of survivors of torture.
MAD MAXIME BERNIER CALLS OUT TRUDEAUS EXTREME DIVERSITY CHALLENGE
 
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Maxime Bernier has been Tweeting what the leader of the "PC" party should be tweeting. Theres a tear in my beer and its for Andrew scheer cuz that queer couldnt steer a deer clear! Check out these other Canadian creators “Old White Guy” https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwMejyQ8WNpaGOxYuZUxNMw AJ elicits https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAqb-xZ_N0PT05UmVB9U7SQ Little grey cells https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvHRmQAS2bnSkr1yrJU3Dxw Adam Daniel Mezei https://www.youtube.com/user/gtowna Joe Hazelton https://www.youtube.com/user/AlzerOne deplorable Canadian https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCI-QWT2FhPDVDkd-HJm9cVQ JB by Design https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCamESLPjMSpjLJlclGqG21Q Find my banned videos on Bitchute.com https://www.bitchute.com/channel/fBbFeTf8tQZA/ Follow my Dumb ass on Twitter - @Derek_FacT https://twitter.com/Derek_FacT?s=09 Look for me on Tinder and maybe one day we can hook up and you can cook me breakfast after I’ve disappointed you.. Fuck Amish people.. just because they can’t see this without going against their religion lol Instagram - @Zoolander95 And if you would every kindly consider a donation, I could really use a microphone and webcam..maybe a go pro for "on location" events.. https://paypal.me/my 💰 TIP JAR💰 or E-Transfer to [email protected] Peace out ✌️ "Fair dealing" and "fair use" are related concepts pertaining to users' rights under copyright law. It is nevertheless important to understand that fair dealing and fair use are not synonymous terms since their meaning and scope are defined by different legal systems. It is challenging to adequately summarize the shared and divergent underpinnings of fair dealing and fair use succinctly, given their highly complex and contested nature. The following brief comparison aims merely to sketch a broad picture of some of the basic similarities and differences between fair dealing and fair use. Fair dealing is an exception to copyright infringement laid out in the copyright statutes of common law jurisdictions such as Great Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The copyright acts of these jurisdictions provide that fair dealing with a copyrighted work is not infringing if the dealing is for a fair dealing purpose specifically stated in the act. This means, for example, that if a work is copied for a purpose other than one or more of the statutory fair dealing purposes, the copying cannot be a fair dealing regardless of the copier's possibly beneficial or meritorious goal. Fair use is a limitation on exclusive rights in works of authorship granted under U.S. copyright law. Like the Canadian Copyright Act's fair dealing provision, Title 17 of the United States Code states that fair use of a copyrighted work is not an infringement of copyright. But unlike the Canadian statute, Title 17 provides an open-ended list of purposes that may be fair use - "purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use)..." - instead of listing a finite list of purposes defining the bounds of acts that may be fair dealing. Another point of divergence is the availability of statutory guidance on how the fairness of a dealing or use should be evaluated. Since fair dealing provisions generally lack statutory definitions or regulations specifying how fairness is to be determined, the appropriate approach to assessing the fairness of actual dealings with protected works is a matter for the courts to decide. In CCH, the Supreme Court of Canada set out a two-step analytical framework to assess fair dealing in which the second step identifies six fairness factors. The Court said the extent to which the factors are relevant may vary from case to case and noted some cases may require consideration of factors beyond the six identified in the framework. In contrast, the fair use provision in U.S. copyright law prescribes four factors that must be included in a fairness determination: the 1) purpose and character of the use, 2) nature of the copyrighted work, 3) amount and substantiality of the portion of the work used and 4) effect of the use on the potential market or value of the work. These fair use factors are similar to the six CCH fair dealing factors (purpose, character, amount, and effect of the dealing, nature of the work, and alternatives to the dealing) but U.S. and Canadian case law have applied the fairness factors in different ways. The following sources provide more in-depth comparative discussions of fair dealing and fair use: D'Agostino, G. (2008). Healing fair dealing? A comparative copyright analysis of Canada's fair dealing to U.K. fair dealing and U.S. fair use. McGill Law Journal, 53, 309-363. Geist, M. (2013). Fairness found: How Canada quietly shifted from fair dealing to fair use. In M. Geist (Ed.), The copyright pentalogy: How the Supreme Court of Canada shook the foundations of Canadian copyright law (pp. 157-186). Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press.
Views: 2889 Rants Derek
Rehabilitation and Redress: Expanding the Rights of Survivors of Torture in Hong Kong Day 2 #4
 
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With the support of Open Society Foundations and CCPL, Justice Centre held a symposium on Rehabilitation and Redress: Expanding the Rights of Survivors of Torture in Hong Kong on 17th and 18th November 2018. D​elegates from different jurisdictions, including Thailand, the Philippines, Nepal, Australia and the U.S. were invited to speak and share with us about their strategies, approaches, challenges and recommendations when protecting the rights of survivors of torture.
WELCOME TO CANADA (if you can't beat em join em, right?)
 
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This one shouldn't get me banned.... right? it looks like im agreeing with the globalists agenda no? “Old White Guy" https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwMejyQ8WNpaGOxYuZUxNMw AJ elicits https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAqbxZ_N0PT05UmVB9U7SQ Little grey cells https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvHRmQAS2bnSkr1yrJU3Dxw Adam Daniel Mezei https://www.youtube.com/user/gtowna Joe Hazelton https://www.youtube.com/user/AlzerOne Find my banned videos on Bitchute.com https://www.bitchute.com/channel/fBbFeTf8tQZA/ Follow my Dumb ass on Twitter - @Derek_FacT https://twitter.com/Derek_FacT?s=09 Look for me on Tinder and maybe one day we can hook up and you can cook me breakfast after I’ve disappointed you.. Fuck Amish people.. just because they can’t see this without going against their religion lol Instagram - @Zoolander95 And if you would every kindly consider a donation, I could really use a microphone and webcam..maybe a go pro for "on location" events.. https://paypal.me/my 💰 TIP JAR💰 or E-Transfer to [email protected] Peace out ✌️ "Fair dealing" and "fair use" are related concepts pertaining to users' rights under copyright law. It is nevertheless important to understand that fair dealing and fair use are not synonymous terms since their meaning and scope are defined by different legal systems. It is challenging to adequately summarize the shared and divergent underpinnings of fair dealing and fair use succinctly, given their highly complex and contested nature. The following brief comparison aims merely to sketch a broad picture of some of the basic similarities and differences between fair dealing and fair use. Fair dealing is an exception to copyright infringement laid out in the copyright statutes of common law jurisdictions such as Great Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The copyright acts of these jurisdictions provide that fair dealing with a copyrighted work is not infringing if the dealing is for a fair dealing purpose specifically stated in the act. This means, for example, that if a work is copied for a purpose other than one or more of the statutory fair dealing purposes, the copying cannot be a fair dealing regardless of the copier's possibly beneficial or meritorious goal. Fair use is a limitation on exclusive rights in works of authorship granted under U.S. copyright law. Like the Canadian Copyright Act's fair dealing provision, Title 17 of the United States Code states that fair use of a copyrighted work is not an infringement of copyright. But unlike the Canadian statute, Title 17 provides an open-ended list of purposes that may be fair use - "purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use)..." - instead of listing a finite list of purposes defining the bounds of acts that may be fair dealing. Another point of divergence is the availability of statutory guidance on how the fairness of a dealing or use should be evaluated. Since fair dealing provisions generally lack statutory definitions or regulations specifying how fairness is to be determined, the appropriate approach to assessing the fairness of actual dealings with protected works is a matter for the courts to decide. In CCH, the Supreme Court of Canada set out a two-step analytical framework to assess fair dealing in which the second step identifies six fairness factors. The Court said the extent to which the factors are relevant may vary from case to case and noted some cases may require consideration of factors beyond the six identified in the framework. In contrast, the fair use provision in U.S. copyright law prescribes four factors that must be included in a fairness determination: the 1) purpose and character of the use, 2) nature of the copyrighted work, 3) amount and substantiality of the portion of the work used and 4) effect of the use on the potential market or value of the work. These fair use factors are similar to the six CCH fair dealing factors (purpose, character, amount, and effect of the dealing, nature of the work, and alternatives to the dealing) but U.S. and Canadian case law have applied the fairness factors in different ways. The following sources provide more in-depth comparative discussions of fair dealing and fair use: D'Agostino, G. (2008). Healing fair dealing? A comparative copyright analysis of Canada's fair dealing to U.K. fair dealing and U.S. fair use. McGill Law Journal, 53, 309-363. Geist, M. (2013). Fairness found: How Canada quietly shifted from fair dealing to fair use. In M. Geist (Ed.), The copyright pentalogy: How the Supreme Court of Canada shook the foundations of Canadian copyright law (pp. 157-186). Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press.
Views: 5287 Rants Derek
MAD MAXIME BERNIER LEAVES CONSERVATIVE PARTY!!!
 
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#IMWITHMAX #REALCONSERVATIVE #CDNPOLI Check out these other Canadian creators Gilly brains https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrrUxkbzI0qYSfOQgU1Oi9Q Pegida https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4J1zzgwYRMMP-LcEEyxfSw Jill Colton https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvQaTpHnhug8g47SDyoAgNw “Old White Guy” https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwMejyQ8WNpaGOxYuZUxNMw Amazing Polly https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJkOZZrGNEJYDhzVwd24Bfg True North Initiative https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9jipu23ffJC0hYrX7Y8p_AJoe Hazelton https://www.youtube.com/user/AlzerOne Find my banned videos on Bitchute.com https://www.bitchute.com/channel/fBbFeTf8tQZA/ Follow my Dumb ass on Twitter - @Derek_FacT https://twitter.com/Derek_FacT?s=09 Look for me on Tinder and maybe one day we can hook up and you can cook me breakfast after I’ve disappointed you.. Fuck Amish people.. just because they can’t see this without going against their religion lol Instagram - @Zoolander95 And if you would every kindly consider a donation, I could really use a microphone and webcam..maybe a go pro for "on location" events.. https://paypal.me/my 💰 TIP JAR💰 or E-Transfer to [email protected] Peace out ✌️ "Fair dealing" and "fair use" are related concepts pertaining to users' rights under copyright law. It is nevertheless important to understand that fair dealing and fair use are not synonymous terms since their meaning and scope are defined by different legal systems. It is challenging to adequately summarize the shared and divergent underpinnings of fair dealing and fair use succinctly, given their highly complex and contested nature. The following brief comparison aims merely to sketch a broad picture of some of the basic similarities and differences between fair dealing and fair use. Fair dealing is an exception to copyright infringement laid out in the copyright statutes of common law jurisdictions such as Great Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The copyright acts of these jurisdictions provide that fair dealing with a copyrighted work is not infringing if the dealing is for a fair dealing purpose specifically stated in the act. This means, for example, that if a work is copied for a purpose other than one or more of the statutory fair dealing purposes, the copying cannot be a fair dealing regardless of the copier's possibly beneficial or meritorious goal. Fair use is a limitation on exclusive rights in works of authorship granted under U.S. copyright law. Like the Canadian Copyright Act's fair dealing provision, Title 17 of the United States Code states that fair use of a copyrighted work is not an infringement of copyright. But unlike the Canadian statute, Title 17 provides an open-ended list of purposes that may be fair use - "purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use)..." - instead of listing a finite list of purposes defining the bounds of acts that may be fair dealing. Another point of divergence is the availability of statutory guidance on how the fairness of a dealing or use should be evaluated. Since fair dealing provisions generally lack statutory definitions or regulations specifying how fairness is to be determined, the appropriate approach to assessing the fairness of actual dealings with protected works is a matter for the courts to decide. In CCH, the Supreme Court of Canada set out a two-step analytical framework to assess fair dealing in which the second step identifies six fairness factors. The Court said the extent to which the factors are relevant may vary from case to case and noted some cases may require consideration of factors beyond the six identified in the framework. In contrast, the fair use provision in U.S. copyright law prescribes four factors that must be included in a fairness determination: the 1) purpose and character of the use, 2) nature of the copyrighted work, 3) amount and substantiality of the portion of the work used and 4) effect of the use on the potential market or value of the work. These fair use factors are similar to the six CCH fair dealing factors (purpose, character, amount, and effect of the dealing, nature of the work, and alternatives to the dealing) but U.S. and Canadian case law have applied the fairness factors in different ways. The following sources provide more in-depth comparative discussions of fair dealing and fair use: D'Agostino, G. (2008). Healing fair dealing? A comparative copyright analysis of Canada's fair dealing to U.K. fair dealing and U.S. fair use. McGill Law Journal, 53, 309-363. Geist, M. (2013). Fairness found: How Canada quietly shifted from fair dealing to fair use. In M. Geist (Ed.), The copyright pentalogy: How the Supreme Court of Canada shook the foundations of Canadian copyright law (pp. 157-186). Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press.
Views: 1604 Rants Derek
Rehabilitation and Redress: Expanding the Rights of Survivors of Torture in Hong Kong Day 1 #4
 
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With the support of Open Society Foundations and CCPL, Justice Centre held a symposium on Rehabilitation and Redress: Expanding the Rights of Survivors of Torture in Hong Kong on 17th and 18th November 2018. D​elegates from different jurisdictions, including Thailand, the Philippines, Nepal, Australia and the U.S. were invited to speak and share with us about their strategies, approaches, challenges and recommendations when protecting the rights of survivors of torture.
Rehabilitation and Redress: Expanding the Rights of Survivors of Torture in Hong Kong Day 1 #9
 
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With the support of Open Society Foundations and CCPL, Justice Centre held a symposium on Rehabilitation and Redress: Expanding the Rights of Survivors of Torture in Hong Kong on 17th and 18th November 2018. D​elegates from different jurisdictions, including Thailand, the Philippines, Nepal, Australia and the U.S. were invited to speak and share with us about their strategies, approaches, challenges and recommendations when protecting the rights of survivors of torture.
Social Impact Bonds and Pay For Success Projects: A Conversation with Antony Bugg-Levine
 
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Having provided grants to the Social Impact Bond (SIB) initiative in the UK, the Rockefeller Foundation understood both the need and the opportunity to test SIBs in the U.S. For the last year, the Foundation has worked with different players -- potential SIBIOs, investors, government and social service providers -- to determine how to design a SIB initiative in the U.S. Concurrent to the Foundation's work, the Federal government included the new Pay for Success program in the 2012 budget that provides up-front and continued funding to social service programs that are able to demonstrate key outcomes. In addition, numerous jurisdictions across the country are pursuing a variety of SIB, Pay for Success and hybrid models. As Rockefeller's work moves forward, Nonprofit Finance Fund's Kristin Giantris sat down with Antony Bugg-Levine, Managing Director of Foundation Initiatives, to explore the Foundation's SIB goals and the role SIB and SIB-like models may play in the Foundation's efforts to support sector-wide innovation and systems change. You can find more information about Social Impact Bonds and Pay For Success projects at www.nffsib.org or www.payforsuccess.org.
LAWSG085: International Criminal Law // Dr Douglas Guilfoyle
 
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The reach and importance of international criminal law has accelerated rapidly in recent years. We presently have three active international criminal tribunals, a larger number of ‘mixed’ or ‘hybrid’ tribunals combining national and international elements and many states passing new legislation giving national courts jurisdiction over war crimes, crimes against humanity, genocide and torture even when committed abroad by foreign nationals. The course covers the key concepts in and enforcement of international criminal law, with a focus on international crimes falling under the jurisdiction of international criminal courts and tribunals (genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and aggression). Find out more about this module and the LLM Law programme at UCL Laws on our website at http://www.laws.ucl.ac.uk/study/graduate/llm-programme/llm-taught-modules/international-criminal-law/
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SF Federal Reserve: A Deep Dive Workshop on Improving Outcomes for Justice Involved Youth
 
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A workshop for policy makers and foundations presented by the Sorenson Impact Center and the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. Pay for Performance (P4P) provisions in the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) and Pay for Success (PFS) provisions in the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) provide flexibility for local jurisdictions to use formula funding for outcome-based payments to improve outcomes for justice-involved youth. However, we have not yet seen communities take advantage of blending these funding streams in an outcomes funding model targeting this population. Our goal for this session is to ensure communities have access to new tools and financial resources that can lead to concrete and short-term action. Janis Dubno • Director, Sorenson Impact Ian Galloway • Director of the Center for Community Development Investments, San Francisco Federal Reserve Jessica Ramakis • Chief of Staff, Office of Planning, Evaluation, and Policy Development, US Department of Education Caroline Ross • Senior Associate, Sorenson Impact Nirav Shah • Vice President, Social Finance --- The Sorenson Impact Center marshals social capital, empowers data-driven programs, breaks down silos across sectors, and equips the next generation of leaders with social purpose. To learn more about the Sorenson Impact Center's work, visit http://sorensonimpact.com/ Follow us: https://twitter.com/sorenson_impact https://www.instagram.com/sorensonimpact https://www.linkedin.com/company/sore... https://www.facebook.com/SorensonImpact/
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National Electrical Code: Understanding the Code that Keeps us Safe
 
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Electricity is everywhere. It’s the greatest achievement of mankind and it affects every aspect of our lives. As the world becomes interconnected, more and more areas of our lives will soon be powered by electricity. But it isn’t until we lose power that we realize just how much we take electricity for granted. Imagine if your phone required a special outlet that no other device could use. Without standards, this would be the reality. Standards allow us to plug in any device into any outlet, knowing it will work safely. Standards are the foundation of our electrified lives. They allow safety, efficiency, and compatibility for products we use every day and are put into place through safety codes, like the National Electrical Code. The NEC sets the minimum standards for safe electrical installation, is updated every three-years, and ensures that the electrical systems behind our walls are safe. When was the last time you entered a public building and felt unsafe? Strict codes and standards keep these buildings updated through regular inspections and upgrades. Public buildings are generally safer than our homes because homes are not required by law to have regular electrical inspections. This means that the responsibility remains solely in the hands of the owner. Did you know that there have been 15 new editions of the NEC since the year the average American home was built? Homes not up to date with the latest safety codes are not adequately protected against fire and electrical hazards and may not be equipped to handle today’s electrical needs. In the last 40 years, NEC requirements have reduced home electrocutions by a staggering 83%. Many homeowners attempt to save money by performing “do-it-yourself” repairs or upgrades that may not be up to code, or worse- avoid completing repairs at all. A recent study showed that a qualified electrician could upgrade a home’s electrical system from the 2011 to the 2017 NEC for an average cost of under $200. ESFI strongly encourages states and jurisdictions to adopt the most recent codes and standards to protect residents with the latest advancements in safety technology. Statistically, states with older versions of safety codes endanger their communities and increase the likelihood of workplace deaths and home fires. The National Electrical Code saves lives. It’s crucial that we all adopt these minimum standards of electrical safety.
Rehabilitation and Redress: Expanding the Rights of Survivors of Torture in Hong Kong Day 1 #7
 
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With the support of Open Society Foundations and CCPL, Justice Centre held a symposium on Rehabilitation and Redress: Expanding the Rights of Survivors of Torture in Hong Kong on 17th and 18th November 2018. D​elegates from different jurisdictions, including Thailand, the Philippines, Nepal, Australia and the U.S. were invited to speak and share with us about their strategies, approaches, challenges and recommendations when protecting the rights of survivors of torture.
Rehabilitation and Redress: Expanding the Rights of Survivors of Torture in Hong Kong Day 2 #1
 
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With the support of Open Society Foundations and CCPL, Justice Centre held a symposium on Rehabilitation and Redress: Expanding the Rights of Survivors of Torture in Hong Kong on 17th and 18th November 2018. D​elegates from different jurisdictions, including Thailand, the Philippines, Nepal, Australia and the U.S. were invited to speak and share with us about their strategies, approaches, challenges and recommendations when protecting the rights of survivors of torture.
School of Law and Justice - Southern Cross University
 
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This video gives an insight into the School of Law and Justice at Southern Cross University. At the School of Law and Justice you can study law in a supportive student environment. Our courses are linked to the needs of the legal profession and our industry partners. Graduates of our Bachelor of Laws practise in all Australian states and jurisdictions and internationally, and our Associate Degree in Law (Paralegal Studies) was the first of its kind in Australia. Studying law with us can be a great foundation for a successful legal career
Dogs 101 - RUSSELL TERRIER - Top Dog Facts About the RUSSELL TERRIER
 
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Check out More at BrooklynsCorner.com Dogs 101 - RUSSELL TERRIER - Top Dog Facts About the RUSSELL TERRIER The Jack Russell Terrier, or the JRT, is a small terrier, bred originally for fox hunting. Despite the dog’s popularity, the American Kennel Club does not recognize it as a breed as it is a strain of working terrier, with a broad standard. The Parson Russell Terrier and the Russell Terrier, which are very similar to the JRT and share their history with it, do get recognized as separate breeds. The JRT is named after Rev. John Russell (1795 – 1883), an avid foxhunter from Devonshire, England, who first bred these dogs. A white and tan female Fox Terrier called Trump formed the foundation for Russell’s working dogs. Russell was interested in developing a high-stamina, courageous dog, physically suited to run along with horses. These dogs also needed to be even-tempered enough to chase the quarry, but never harm it. The JRT was bred strictly for working, which prompted the strain’s parent societies to oppose recognition by kennel clubs. This led to the recognition of the Parson Russell Terrier, which has more specific size stipulations than the JRT. After Russell’s death, a shorter legged variety better suited for badger hunting was also developed, which has evolved into the modern Russell Terrier. It is worth noting that these names do not hold in all kennel club jurisdictions, and bodies like the FCI, which is an international federation of kennel clubs, have different specifications for the JRT. Time for some Ruff Trivia: - In the 1994 blockbuster The Mask, a Jack Russell Terrier is one of the few friends that Jim Carrey’s character, Stanley Ipkiss, has. What is the dog’s name in the film? o A: Fido o B: Milo o C: Juno What do you think, give it your best guess in the comments below before we get to the answer! Hang on tight and we’ll get back to this Ruff Trivia Question toward the end of the video. A key aspect of the JRT is that, unlike many breeds, its pure working nature has ensured that it has remained almost as it was about 200 years ago, unmarred by the whims of the show ring. The height range of the adult JRT is around 10 to 15 inches, with weight between 14 and 18 pounds. The difference of the JRT with the Parson Russell Terrier and the Russell Terrier is mainly in the size specifications. Being a working terrier, the chest size is an important feature of the JRT; it shouldn’t be too large to prevent the dog from entering burrows. The head is of moderate width at the ears, narrowing towards the eyes. The jaw is powerful, with a scissor bite. Eyes are almond-shaped; ears are small and V-shaped. The coat can be smooth or rough, but always dense and double-layered. Color is predominantly white, with black and/or tan markings. Grooming:Coat care is minimal for a JRT, requiring a brush with a hound glove once or twice weekly, along with an occasional bath. The rough-coated JRT might require occasional hand stripping. Other than this, brushing of teeth, trimming of nails and cleaning of ears are regular parts of the grooming routine. Temperament:The JRT’s temperament is focused towards being an effective hunter of ground-dwelling animals. It is intelligent, fearless and vocal, with a very high energy level. Because of its high energy, it is generally not recommended for apartment living. It is very friendly and playful with humans, and gets along very well with children. It is likely to get aggressive with other pets, including dogs of any size, unless properly socialized from a very young age. The JRT does very well with horses, though. Training:The JRT is a very intelligent, if slightly stubborn and aggressive, animal and can be trained easily for not just hunting but even a variety of dog sports. Ample exercise and mental stimulation is needed for these dogs in the form of a long walk, a good jog or a strenuous game. Access to a fenced yard where the dog can explore will go a long way in keeping your JRT happy. Health:The JRT is a typically long-living dog, with life expectancy between 13 to 16 years. How healthy your dog is can depend on the bloodline it comes from. Some issues that are seen in these dogs include cataracts, congenital deafness, patellar luxation, myasthenia gravis, Legg-Calve-Perthes Syndrome and von Willebrand’s Disease. Lens luxation is a very common hereditary disorder in the JRT. A playful and affectionate companion, the Jack Russell Terrier’s strong hunting instincts mean that its ideal day is spent sniffing around in the woods. Despite its small size, it asks for special commitment if you plan to keep it in an apartment. Find out if the Jack Russell Terrierwould be a good addition to your home. Now you can visit Brooklyn’s Corner.com to take our quiz and find out which dog would be the best match for you. Music by Kevin McLeod - Royalty Free
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Rehabilitation and Redress: Expanding the Rights of Survivors of Torture in Hong Kong Day 1 #8
 
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With the support of Open Society Foundations and CCPL, Justice Centre held a symposium on Rehabilitation and Redress: Expanding the Rights of Survivors of Torture in Hong Kong on 17th and 18th November 2018. D​elegates from different jurisdictions, including Thailand, the Philippines, Nepal, Australia and the U.S. were invited to speak and share with us about their strategies, approaches, challenges and recommendations when protecting the rights of survivors of torture.
Soils Report and Soils Conditions for New Architectural Construction
 
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Among people who have not built architectural projects previously there are multiple (FAQ) frequently asked questions that come up on almost every new building project. One of these is why clients need a soils report. Often a property buyer will look at two properties and be unable to determine why one is less costly than the other. Human nature is to buy the least costly. However, due to soil conditions the lot with the least purchase price could, in the end, cost much more to purchase and build upon. In Nevada, soils conditions can vary greatly even on two lots across the street from each other. Building regulations involving design for earthquake conditions can cause foundation and structural costs to greatly increase due to soils. Dependent upon what internal remodeling you are constructing you may need a soils report even if you are not constructing a building. Even though Las Vegas is technically in the desert, subsurface water is occasionally found just below the surface. All of these things will make it typically necessary to obtain a soils test and report prior to buying property or designing the structure of a building. People who want to construct architectural projects often arrive without a soils report. This video is a follow up to the other videos in this series which explain many considerations in purchasing one. In answer to this frequently asked question Ken Small Architect made this video about a process that can help you to determine if you should order one. SSA Architecture and Ken Small have over 20 years of experience in designing commercial architecture including stores, offices, restaurants, bars, kiosks, drive-thru restaurants, hospitality projects, schools and almost every kind of architectural project imaginable at one time or another. We can help you with all design and construction aspects of your project planning, construction and interior design. We are not soils engineers and do not offer soils reports as part of our services. SSA Architecture, Small Studio Associates and Ken Small Architect are architectural practitioners located in the Las Vegas Nevada area. Ken Small is currently licensed to practice architecture in Nevada, Arizona and California and other jurisdictions. Please go to our web site for more information https://www.smallstudioassociates.com This video is provided for educational purposes. Use of the ideas shown are done at your own risk. Watching a video is no substitute for a licensed soils engineer or an architect. Initial consultations at our office are always free. Please come by to meet us and see our other work. SSA Architecture 7040 Laredo Street, Suite C Las Vegas, NV 89117