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'Social impact bond' a first for Canadian schools

Ashantay McKenzie-Missens came back to her old school to vouch for it.

She’s now studying at Luther College High School, but she spent three good years at Regina’s Mother Teresa Middle School, which she called “amazing.” 493 more words

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Research - Symbolism and Portraiture

Research Symbolism / Portraiture

Symbolism in photography allows us to move our communication made through an image from the purely denotative to the connotative too.  Paul Hill writes, that “there is no point in espousing the cause of political awareness if photographers and photography users do not understand the significance of the images in the first place” (P115, Hill, P, 1982, Approaching Photography). 214 more words

Research & Reflection

Approaching Photography

By Paul Hill

An interesting book which is easy to digest, it concentrates on how the camera sees and how we see, both visually and artistically. 33 more words

2014 – Author and activist, Gerry Conlon died of cancer, aged 60.

“I have been in prison for something I did not do. I am totally innocent. The Maguire Seven are innocent. Let’s hope the Birmingham Six are freed.”

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Agriculture Place opening a milestone for Regina's downtown revitalization

The official opening of Agriculture Place marks a milestone in the rebirth of Regina’s downtown, which began with the development of Cornwall Centre in the late 1970s, according to Paul Hill, president, CEO and chairman of The Hill Companies, which built the $60-million, 11-storey office building at 1820 Hamilton St. 528 more words

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The Guildford Four

Paul Hill, Gerry Conlon, Paddy Armstrong, Carole Richardson

This case is dealt with at length in “The Woolwich and Guildford pub-bomb cases” by Bob Woffinden in his 1987 book Miscarriages of Justice (see… 1,983 more words

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AYT Review: Your Ever Loving

Originally published on A Younger Theatre

Despite being wrongfully convicted of the Guildford pub bombings in 1974, Paul Hill and the ‘Guildford Four’ spent over 15 years in prison. 546 more words

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