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Shooting schools.

In honour of kids heading back to school, here are some shots from schools in Lilongwe that I took while the kids were safely elsewhere.

Lilongwe

Dayton: Allegations of union payback 'reckless, irresponsible and wrong'

BLOOMINGTON – Addressing 500-plus union activists dressed in T-shirts bearing his likeness, Gov. Mark Dayton took direct aim Saturday at accusations that his support for a new law extending collective bargaining rights to child care providers and home care workers amounts to “payback” for unions’ backing. 516 more words

Union Events

Librarian Receives Grant to Explore Librarians’ Role in Disaster Management

Brian Bunnett (Chair, Public Services Department) has received a grant of $23,666 from the National Library of Medicine to examine the role of librarians in disaster management and emergency response. 139 more words

Community Service

Podcast - Talking to Phil Jewitt about the Sociable Organisation

This is the first in what may be a series of podcasts in which I talk to people whose work I particularly admire about some aspect of what they are doing. 99 more words

Digital Inclusion

Robby Toledano: Traditions of the Marine Corps

Robby Toledano, as a veteran of the Marine Corps for almost two decades, knows that there are a number of traditions within the Marine Corps that have been handed down. 249 more words

Robby Toledano

The HUGO Bus has arrived!

It’s taken some time, but, last night, I was at Leeds Federated Housing Association‘s AGM, and the fully-equipped HUGO bus arrived!

Here it is in all its glory. 49 more words

Digital Inclusion

Lazarowicz: keep rail on right track

Edinburgh North and Leith MP Mark Lazarowicz has welcomed the latest figures from publicly-owned rail operator East Coast. He stressed again the case for the line to stay in the public sector and said the issue that has been kept alive by Labour MPs in constituencies along the route – especially those in Edinburgh. 204 more words