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Retired athletes boost sport in schools

For retired triathlete Samuel Leung, a project to promote a sporting culture in schools gives him the opportunity to gain sports-related work experience while training students and helping to identify and develop potential sports talent. The ..., 1 month ago

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Arts Council England

The Customs House helps children in foster care achieve Arts Awards

Artwork from Families who Foster project. Credit: The Customs House The Customs House , an Arts Council National portfolio organisation based in South Shields, has been working with partners to engage children who are in foster care. Although ...
 Arts Council England4 weeks ago
Counter Currents

Through The People's Lens: Modi's Development Model So Far

Citizen News Service - CNS Story of Modi's development model so far: Cutting health and education expenditure, forcing land acquisition, buying expensive jets and unsafe nuclear power, benefitting Big Business, diluting employment guarantee, ...
 Counter Currents1 month ago

STEM by stealth

STEM subjects form the building blocks and foundation for progress and development in engineering. In recognition of that, an initiative which is based in Burnley, Lancashire, is working to inspire children at primary school age in studying STEM ...
 Business Quarter1 month ago

Zambia: Public Discussion Highlights Free Expression Challenges in Zambia

MISA Zambia and the Law Association of Zambia together held a public discussion forum to highlight pertinent freedom of expression issues in Zambia on Thursday, June 18, 2015. Panelists included lawyer and human rights activist John Sangwa and a ...
 AllAfrica.com1 week ago

Can India learn from smart cities across the globe?

Provided by It is predicted that by 2050, about 64 per cent of the developing world and 86 per cent of the developed world will be urbanized. This rapid urbanization has cities at the core of the world growth agenda. Competitiveness ...
 MSN News US1 week ago

Calls for renewed action to end child marriage in Africa

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 Africa-News.info2 weeks ago

The new Russian Armata T-14: the world's first robotic tank

admin June 14, 2015 In Latest Updates , Miscellaneous Array It's 20 years ahead of the West and it WONT blow up like its predecessor': Brains behind Russia's new robotic tank reveals secrets of machine at centre of $500BILLION military ...
 Afghanistan Times2 weeks ago

Chairman's blog 7th June 2015

. In journalism, as probably elsewhere, appreciative notes are known as herograms. Though Im here for another 364 days, many hugely kind emails have already arrived and are very greatly appreciated. Among the more unexpected was one from someone at ...
 Northern Football League2 weeks ago

Can Technology Save Africa's Forests?

In 2000, Lilian Pintea was getting ready to end his first stint of fieldwork at Gombe Stream Research Center in Tanzania, where Jane Goodall made the discoveries about chimpanzee behavior that established her reputation as a scientist and an ...
 TakePart2 weeks ago
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