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The Freedom Challenge

Author: Brenda Oliver
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Gold Seal of Literary Excellence, "The Freedom Challenge: Mastering Emotions, Restoring Honour to Leadership" offers insights into emotional conditions, ways to focus on healthy leadership, and how to develop human potential. This book helps readers understand the value of becoming a healthy person and an effective leader. Discover how mastering your emotions creates desirable and positive outcomes. The critical role progressive behaviours play in our lives, how we can gain greater cooperation among colleagues, within teams, and between family members. The roadblocks to transformation and how to avoid the aftermaths affecting one's ability to lead. Why appreciating people's differences can lead to other's freedom. How our willingness to change is instrumental to achieving personal success and developing long lasting relationships. How conscious choice results in positive influence and change in others. The strategies for gaining self-control and avoiding irrational behaviour. How reflection increases personal insight, creates choices and motivates change. How making different choices leads to new possibilities. How to develop a personal philosophy and achieve a more significant life. How incorporating the Twenty-One Principles of Honourable Leadership is a powerful transformational tool.


Freedom s Challenge

Author: Anne McCaffrey
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The alien Catteni invaded Earth and enslaved thousands of humans on the planet Botany, where they struggle to survive while colonizing the world for their overseers. Now that they’ve proved Botany is capable of sustaining life, Kris Bjornsen and her fellow settlers have no intention of surrendering the home they’ve created for themselves… Armed with the knowledge that the true enemy behind the Catteni is the Eosi race, Kris has begun a campaign to free Botany’s settlers by raising a rebellion among her people against their parasitic oppressors. Aided by her Catteni lover, Zainal, Kris and the colonists manage to steal warships—and discover dissidents on other Eosi-controlled worlds. If all of the subjugated races join forces, they will have an army large enough to win their freedom and their worlds. The war of liberation has begun.


Freedom s Challenge

Author: William G. Collins
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The Freedom Challenge 60 Days to Untie the Cords that Bind You

Author: Dawn Damon
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An interactive sixty-day Bible study on freedom in Christ that identifies the deceptive thoughts and negative emotions that bind us. The Freedom Challenge takes the reader on a journey of healing by applying God’s Word to toxic thinking and destructive behavior patterns. Walk in the truth and live free of negative labels, false limitations, and lies.


Freedom Challenge

Author: Grace Llewellyn
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Essays written by African American homeschoolers, parents and students, telling why and how they choose to take control of their own education.


Politics of International Law and International Justice

Author: Edwin Egede
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
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A textbook introduction to international law and justice is specially written for students studying law in other departments, such as politics and IR. Students will engage with debates surrounding sovereignty and global governance, sovereign and diplomati


Challenges and Prospects for the EU s Area of Freedom Security and Justice Recommendations to the European Commission for the Stockholm Programme

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The Challenge of Children s Rights for Canada

Author: Katherine Covell
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Canada signed the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child over a decade ago, yet there is still a lack of awareness about and provision for children’s rights. What are Canada’s obligations to children? How has Canada fallen short? Why is it so important to the future of Canadian society that children’s rights be met? Prompted by the gap between the promise of children’s rights and the reality of their continuing denial, Katherine Covell and R. Brian Howe call for changes to existing laws, policies and practices. Using the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child as their framework, the authors examine the continuing problems of child poverty, child care, child protection, youth justice and the suppression of children’s voices. They challenge us to move from seeing children as parental property to seeing children as independent bearers of rights. In The Challenge of Children’s Rights for Canada, Canada’s obligations and the rights of children are examined from the perspectives of research and development in the fields of developmental psychology, developmental neuroscience, law and family policy. This timely and accessible book will be of interest to academics, policy-makers and anyone who cares about children and about taking children’s rights seriously.


The Challenge of Human Rights

Author: David Keane
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'This volume represents a genuine attempt to think beyond the realms of what exists, to reflect on ideas postulated in the past that could be of great salience in the future. It presents the reader with a key question; to what extent are the contemporary concepts of human rights and the systems that support them equipped to address the challenges of a changed world? By thinking through some of the ideas of the past, with a set of promising young scholars alongside more established names, readers will gain a sense of how human rights politics have shaped the current regime while also becoming attuned to the extent to which new directions and mechanisms can be forged in the future. Many of the individuals whose contributions are encompassed in this volume have strong links to the Irish Centre for Human Rights, at the National University of Ireland, Galway, an institution that has had a significant impact in its first decade of existence under the stewardship of Professor William A. Schabas. This volume celebrates the success of the institution by showcasing some of the talent it has generated, and is likely to be of avid interest to all who care about the future of human rights.' – From the foreword by Joshua Castellino, Middlesex University, UK the Challenge of Human Rights takes a detailed and exploratory approach to topics across the field of human rights, and seeks to map a path for future research and policy development. It examines contemporary approaches to established rights, such as the right to peace and the protection against double jeopardy, while also revisiting overlooked or forgotten rights and concepts such as slavery, apartheid and the right to resist, determining the optimal place for those rights in today's world. the contributing authors outline lacunae in human rights law where rights could be established, from voting rights for under-18s to rights for the dead to cultural and intellectual property rights, and also apply completely new approaches to questions that have troubled human rights advocates for decades. This innovative book will be essential reading for researchers and practitioners of human rights law, political scientists, historians, and others who have a general interest in the future trajectory of human rights.


Women in Dark Times

Author: Jacqueline Rose
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Jacqueline Rose's new book begins with three remarkable women: revolutionary socialist Rosa Luxemburg; German–Jewish painter Charlotte Salomon, persecuted by family tragedy and Nazism; film icon and consummate performer Marilyn Monroe. Together these women have a shared story to tell, as they blaze a trail across some of the most dramatic events of the last century – revolution, totalitarianism, the American dream. Enraged by injustice, they are each in touch with what is most painful about being human, bound together by their willingness to bring the unspeakable to light. Taking the argument into the present are today's women, courageous individuals involved in some of the cruellest realities of our times. Grappling with the reality of honour killing – notably through the stories of Shafilea Ahmed, Fadime Sahindal and Heshu Yones – Rose argues that the work of feminism is far from done. In the final three chapters, she celebrates the work of three brilliant contemporary artists – Esther Shalev-Gerz, Yael Bartana and Thérèse Oulton – whose work grows out of an unflinching engagement with all that is darkest in the modern world. Women in Dark Times shows us how these visionary women offer a new template for feminism. Taking their stand against the iniquities of our times, they tread a path between public and private pain, confronting us with what we need most urgently, but also often, cannot bear to see.