Summer concerts in Europe are here and that means some of the biggest, as well as small but hot, bands in the world are crossing the continent for huge summer music festivals: Sziget Festival - Roskilde Festival - Oxegen Festival - Pukkelpop - Benicassim Festival ...
Anne Summers may have planned her gatherings with Julia Gillard as “thank you” or “farewell” sessions, but to me they came across as “welcome back” ceremonies for a well-loved Australian who has been away for three years.
I chose this article because it tells the reader about how Julia Gillard was the prime minister for 3 years, and how she can change Australia political view.
COSTAS QUESTIONING: Evaluate the article and explain if you agree with Julia and her views?
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The present study on “Poland Education Industry Outlook to 2016 - Opportunities and Reforms” analyses education industry in terms of pre-primary, elementary, secondary and higher secondary. Report gives an understanding of change in enrollment level and highlights a gap between past and present demand for education. Additionally, it discusses industry drivers, recent trends and developments, restraints and macro economy factors driving a change in the education industry in Poland.
Table of contents:
1. Poland Education Industry 1.1. Industry Overview Poland Education Structure 2. Poland Education Market Segmentation 2.1. Poland Pre-primary Education Market Student Enrollments Market Size of Pre-primary Education Sector, 2006-2016 Childcare Market 2.2. Poland Elementary and Secondary Education Market, 2006-2011 2.3. Poland Higher Education Market, 2006-2010 Cost of Higher Education in Poland Leading Universities in Poland 3. Industry Driving Factors Economy Growth, 2006-2011 Population and Employment Rates, 2005-2011 Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Trends, 2006-2011 Changing Lifestyle, 2007-2011 4. Opportunities and Reforms Multimedia in Pre-schools Demand for English Teaching High Expectations from Poland in EU Education Goals Benefit of Pre-primary Education Opens New Doors
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List of Tables are also include.
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By Trevor GrundyReligion News Service CANTERBURY, England (RNS) The European Court of Human Rights on Tuesday (Jan. 15) ruled that equality laws trump personal religious beliefs, rejecting three of four appeals filed by British Christians who were fired or disciplined for expressing religious beliefs in the workplace. In what lawyers describe as "landmark rulings," the court in Strasbourg, France, ruled that employers did not violate the religious rights of a registrar who refused to officiate for the civil partnership of a same-sex couple or of a counselor who was unwilling to offer sex therapy for gays. Europe's highest human rights court also rejected an appeal by a nurse whose hospital barred her from wearing a cross around her neck because it was a health hazard. But in a fourth case, a British Airways clerk who was suspended for wearing a cross necklace on the job won her appeal and was awarded damages. Nadia Eweida took the airline to an employment tribunal after claiming religious discrimination; British Airways maintained the cross was a breach of company uniform codes. In Britain, her case was rejected by the employment tribunal, the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court, but the European judges ruled in her favor. "Delighted that principle of wearing religious symbols at work has been upheld -- people shouldn't suffer discrimination due to religious beliefs," British Prime Minister David Cameron responded on Twitter. The court rejected three other cases: Nurse Shirley Chaplin, who was switched to a desk job after she refused to remove a crucifix that she wore with her uniform; marriage counselor Gary McFarlane, who was sacked for saying he might object to offering sex therapy to homosexuals; and registrar Lillian Ladele, who was disciplined when she refused to conduct same-sex civil partnership ceremonies. Shami Chakrambarti, director of the human rights group Liberty said: "Today's judgment is an excellent result for equal treatment, religious freedom and common sense.
I choose this article because it's shows how equality can win over personal religion in England.
Argue why equality was chosen over personal religuon.
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