• API Legal Outreach Youth Advisory Council 2014

    The Youth Advisory Council, a project of Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach, aims to advocate against domestic/dating violence in the Asian/Pacific Islander community, educate their peers about API community issues, and support APILO’s legal programming through workshops, awareness events, volunteering, and media arts projects. Visit us at thatsnotlove.org, or apply online at tinyurl.com/apply4apiloyac!

    published: 20 Oct 2015
  • Legal Highs insight Derry

    Told from three diffrent perspectives this Short documentary has been made to give parents, community, and young people a true insight in to the world of legal highs and the detrimental impact it is having on young people particulary in Derry

    published: 25 Apr 2016
  • CLIENT: Legal Outreach

    Alumni celebrate Legal Outreach's 30th anniversary. Legal Outreach prepares urban youth from underserved communities in New York City to compete at high academic levels by using intensive legal and educational programs as tools for fostering vision, developing skills, enhancing confidence, and facilitating the pursuit of higher education." Legal Outreach Co-Founder & Executive Director: James O'Neal Director of Development and Strategic Planning: Stephanie Feingold Polychrome Media LLC DP: James Kamp Producer, Writer and Editor: Paul Lin Music "tokyoStreet" by airtone

    published: 01 May 2013
  • Jens Tuider - Putting outreach to young people on the animal advocacy agenda - IARC2016

    Most current animal advocacy focuses on adults. By raising awareness and deploying rational and emotional appeals, animal advocates go to great lengths to change attitudes and behaviors in grown-ups. Our attitudes and behaviors, however, don`t just fall out of the sky. What we think about animals and how we treat them (and why we think we are justified in doing so) is mostly the result of a long process of learning and habituation, which starts early on in life. Yet, comparatively little activist effort goes into reaching out to children and adolescents during this formative period. This lamentable situation isn`t helped by the fact that the educational system (from kindergarten to school to university) is lagging far behind the social consensus regarding the moral and legal status of anim...

    published: 22 Oct 2016
  • T.E.A.M.R.A.W YOUTH OUTREACH

    This is team "Tragedy" a exposition basketball team made up of youth and mentors of T.E.A.M.R.A.W Youth Outreach. T.E.A.M.R.A.W. is an acronym for To Educate And Motivate the Ready And Willing. This team travels and plays local youth programs while promoting drug awareness, gang prevention as well as positive healthy life skills. Through basketball and the lessons learned these men from different backgrounds come together for the March Mayhem in the Desert B-Ball Tournament benefiting the Childrens Justice Center. Id like to send a big shout out to Shady, Law Knee, and the rest of the Z.F.A for the this trailer, also to Coach Mitchell, and Coach Lahi for their dedication to these boys. and finally to the Team....we look forward to the documentary " the Making of Mayhem, TRAGEDY II 200...

    published: 04 Dec 2008
  • API Legal Outreach - 40th Anniversary Celebration

    published: 01 Oct 2015
  • Legal Outreach Celebrating 30 Years

    published: 04 Jun 2013
  • The Legal Aid Society of Hawaii

    www.legalaidhawaii.org Helping the people of Hawai‘i meet their legal needs since 1950. As the state’s oldest and largest non-profit, public interest law firm with offices statewide; Legal Aid helps ensure justice and fairness for all by providing civil legal aid to the most vulnerable in our society. In working towards the vision of building a just society; we want to first help make the legal system a little less intimidating by providing easy to understand legal forms and brochures, including online forms that people can use when they go to court. Second, we help people help themselves by providing legal assistance so people can better know their rights and know how to solve their legal problems. Finally, we try to level the playing field by providing legal representation to those th...

    published: 19 Apr 2015
  • Interview with Legal Outreach Founder Part 1

    Deanna Pan, Ohio Law and Leadership Institute's communications intern, interviews James O'Neal, founder of New York's Legal Outreach program.

    published: 12 Nov 2009
  • Youth Outreach Worker Community of Practice

    Likwa Nkala of East Metro Youth Services and Andrew Bartley of Platinum Leadership introduce the Youth Outreach Worker Community of Practice. ‘The Youth Outreach Worker Program supports marginalized and at-risk youth and their families. This helps them to better navigate and connect with services and opportunities in their communities and to improve youth outcomes.’ 22 lead agencies are contracted by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services to provide the Youth Outreach Worker Program. In 2016, four new regions of the YOW program were added as part of the Enhanced Youth Action plan. This created an opportunity to formalize the YOW Community of Practice as well as increase the support provided to frontline workers through an online learning portal. It was our pleasure to engage Platinu...

    published: 27 Sep 2016
  • NBC News focus on Legal Outreach

    published: 03 Apr 2009
  • Law Day 2013: Chief Justice Cantil-Sakauye

    On May 1, Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye speaks to students and educators about the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. The Chief Justice's civic outreach activities have involved many law academies throughout the state. Several attended the Law Day event.

    published: 04 May 2013
  • Community Outreach Program, Faculty of law, UM

    The launching of C.O.P, Faculty of Law, University of Malaya. For further information, log on to www.copum.blogspot.com

    published: 31 Jul 2008
  • #WithMRC - MRC Transition Aged Youth Outreach Video

    The Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC) is committed to empowering youth with disabilities to live an independent life through meaning work and community services. This video highlights transition aged youth who have successfully used our services to achieve their individual goals, and sets to inspire other youths, and their families/guardians, to use our services. For more information about the MRC, please visit: www.mass.gov/mrc

    published: 08 Oct 2015
  • Legal Outreach Launches New SLI for Minority Boys

    published: 02 Nov 2009
  • Ethical and Legal Issues in the Treatment of Suicidal Youth

    Presented by Alan Berman, Executive Director of the American Association of Suicidology, at the Pennsylvania Youth Suicide Prevention Symposium, September 21, 2011

    published: 10 Oct 2011
  • Trailer - Legal Highs Insight Derry

    Full Video link: https://youtu.be/5bWOtopXqVg

    published: 25 Apr 2016
  • IPOS - Intellectual Property in Animation [Know Your IP in Animation]

    Project IP Partners (PIPP) is a key public outreach effort by IPOS aimed at gathering established local IP creators of different genres from the creative industry in Singapore, to share about their creation journey and IP experiences with our youth and community. IP Academy’s Legal Counsel discusses copyright matters in the animation industry, and shares tips on protecting your creations. Watch the other parts of the session here: My Dream Defenders Journey - http://youtu.be/nieebJKfo0U Question & Answer - http://youtu.be/4UxhhT7yO1A ----------------------- Event date and time: 29 Jan 2015, 6.30pm – 8pm Speakers: David Kwok, CEO of Tiny Island Productions Mark Cheng, Legal Counsel of IP Academy For more information on Project IP Partners, you may reach us at 6339 8616, ipo...

    published: 09 Mar 2015
  • A Day in the Life of an Outreach Worker

    A video outlining the typical day of a 'your Sanctuary' Outreach Worker. Our Outreach services provide vital support for people in the Surrey community who are still in an abusive relationship or who have left their abuser. Support is available from our Outreach team both over the telephone and through face to face meetings in a public place. We offer support through listening, acting as an advocate, attending agency appointments with the person we are supporting, providing information (e.g. on legal matters), running support groups to improve awareness and increase self esteem, and offering access to free legal and counselling clinics according to need. The Outreach team also provides awareness raising talks regarding domestic abuse and our services both within the community and within...

    published: 15 Sep 2011
  • Youth Suicide Prevention Project

    A video created by Reel Grrls for the Youth Suicide Prevention Program. RESOURCES Safe Schools Coalition: safeschoolscoalition.org GLBT National Help Center: glnh.org/​ PFLAG: pflag.org Advocates for Youth: advocatesforyouth.org Youth Suicide Prevention Program: yspp.org/​ YOUTH RESOURCES Youth Guardian Services-(youth run) youth-guard.org/​ The Trevor Project's social networking site: trevorspace.com/​ The Trevor Project's GLBT youth site about suicide: donteraseyourqueerfuture.org/​ Website made by and run for LGBTQ youth: amplifyyourvoice.org/​youthresource To start a GSA in your school: glnh.org/​ Lambda Legal youth outreach: lambda.org/​youth.htm#resources ADULT RESOURCES LGBTQ Youth Summer Camp: camptentrees.org Human Rights Campaign: (for...

    published: 28 Mar 2011
  • Preparing young people from underserved communities for a career in Law | Barclays

    The New York Legal team has partnered with The New Jersey Law and Education Empowerment Project (NJ LEEP) to support its college-bound program preparing minority youth from underserved communities for potential legal careers. The Barclays-NJ LEEP partnership has provided these young people, who lack support and opportunities, with mentorships, work experience, skills-based training and access to networking opportunities. The program also acts to strengthen diversity within the legal profession. The partnership has seen more than 25% of the Legal team volunteering or fundraising in support of NJ LEEP, leading to the team receiving NJ LEEP’s Award for Stellar Leadership in the Field of Diversity. Additionally, the project has seen the Legal team foster stronger relationships within the legal...

    published: 03 Aug 2016
  • What is Justice? | Robert Reed | TEDxUpperDublinED

    Robert Reed was frustrated with the vast inequality of opportunity between his son’s well-off public school system and the most underserved parts of the Philadelphia School District in which he worked. Enabled by his role as assistant US attorney at the Justice department, he empowered students through programs and resources, such as sports teams and youth courts at persistently dangerous Strawberry Mansion High School. He asserts that the public ought to ask for, of his department and in society, a broader definition of Justice. Robert K. Reed has spent most of his career in government service as an Assistant United States Attorney, including 20 years in criminal prosecution. Since 2001, Rob has been a supervisor in the U.S. Attorney’s Office. He has been the Project Safe Neighborhoods (...

    published: 02 Aug 2016
  • Biblical Law Restated

    Pastor Mike Quinn of Newbreak gives an excellent sermon on the nature of biblical law and the relationship between the old and new testament. SOURCE: http://newbreak.org/resources/messages/redefining-religion/law-restated We encourage you to visit their site and watch their excellent sermons. http://newbreak.org/resources/messages/sermon-archive/

    published: 16 Jan 2013
  • Two Kids Hand White Guys A Sack, Then They See What’s Written On It

    Two Kids Hand White Guys A Sack, Then They See What’s Written On It In New Orleans, a white guy was minding his own business, sitting alone and away from other people, when a couple of black kids ran up and handed him a sack before taking off. Left there with the bag in hand, the man noticed a note scribbled on it before looking inside in shock at what they had just dropped in his lap.The pre-teen brothers were seen a short time later doing the same to another white guy in the park when what they were doing all came to light. With racial tensions running high, especially in Louisiana where the start of the recent Black Lives Matters unrest began when Alton Sterling was shot, police officers and caucasian citizens have both been on high alert as targets of violent racism. Derrell Martin, 1...

    published: 27 Jun 2017
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API Legal Outreach Youth Advisory Council 2014

API Legal Outreach Youth Advisory Council 2014

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  • Updated: 20 Oct 2015
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The Youth Advisory Council, a project of Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach, aims to advocate against domestic/dating violence in the Asian/Pacific Islander community, educate their peers about API community issues, and support APILO’s legal programming through workshops, awareness events, volunteering, and media arts projects. Visit us at thatsnotlove.org, or apply online at tinyurl.com/apply4apiloyac!
https://wn.com/Api_Legal_Outreach_Youth_Advisory_Council_2014
Legal Highs insight  Derry

Legal Highs insight Derry

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  • Updated: 25 Apr 2016
  • views: 6784
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Told from three diffrent perspectives this Short documentary has been made to give parents, community, and young people a true insight in to the world of legal highs and the detrimental impact it is having on young people particulary in Derry
https://wn.com/Legal_Highs_Insight_Derry
CLIENT: Legal Outreach

CLIENT: Legal Outreach

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  • Updated: 01 May 2013
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Alumni celebrate Legal Outreach's 30th anniversary. Legal Outreach prepares urban youth from underserved communities in New York City to compete at high academic levels by using intensive legal and educational programs as tools for fostering vision, developing skills, enhancing confidence, and facilitating the pursuit of higher education." Legal Outreach Co-Founder & Executive Director: James O'Neal Director of Development and Strategic Planning: Stephanie Feingold Polychrome Media LLC DP: James Kamp Producer, Writer and Editor: Paul Lin Music "tokyoStreet" by airtone
https://wn.com/Client_Legal_Outreach
Jens Tuider - Putting outreach to young people on the animal advocacy agenda - IARC2016

Jens Tuider - Putting outreach to young people on the animal advocacy agenda - IARC2016

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  • Updated: 22 Oct 2016
  • views: 866
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Most current animal advocacy focuses on adults. By raising awareness and deploying rational and emotional appeals, animal advocates go to great lengths to change attitudes and behaviors in grown-ups. Our attitudes and behaviors, however, don`t just fall out of the sky. What we think about animals and how we treat them (and why we think we are justified in doing so) is mostly the result of a long process of learning and habituation, which starts early on in life. Yet, comparatively little activist effort goes into reaching out to children and adolescents during this formative period. This lamentable situation isn`t helped by the fact that the educational system (from kindergarten to school to university) is lagging far behind the social consensus regarding the moral and legal status of animals. At least in progressive countries, animals are now officially considered sentient individuals who deserve moral and legal protection in their own right. Still, this crucial insight is largely ignored in curricula or textbooks. And again, little activist effort aims at transforming what educational institutions teach young people about animals. As a consequence, given an environment in which harming, killing and instrumentalizing animals is ubiquitous and widely considered normal, natural and necessary, socialization can run its course largely unchallenged. This raises important questions for animal advocacy: Why not also address the effect rather than only the cause? Why allow for socialization to be almost completed before putting animals on the agenda? Why try only to undo what has gone wrong rather than making sure that things don`t go wrong in the first place? This presentation seeks to highlight the importance of placing greater emphasis on outreach to young people in animal advocacy. To this end, it provides a rough sketch of the current situation; spells out the central arguments for educating children about animal protection; addresses some of the challenges facing this approach; and presents the concept of an educational network as a first step toward acknowledging this largely neglected aspect of animal rights activism.
https://wn.com/Jens_Tuider_Putting_Outreach_To_Young_People_On_The_Animal_Advocacy_Agenda_Iarc2016
T.E.A.M.R.A.W YOUTH OUTREACH

T.E.A.M.R.A.W YOUTH OUTREACH

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  • Updated: 04 Dec 2008
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This is team "Tragedy" a exposition basketball team made up of youth and mentors of T.E.A.M.R.A.W Youth Outreach. T.E.A.M.R.A.W. is an acronym for To Educate And Motivate the Ready And Willing. This team travels and plays local youth programs while promoting drug awareness, gang prevention as well as positive healthy life skills. Through basketball and the lessons learned these men from different backgrounds come together for the March Mayhem in the Desert B-Ball Tournament benefiting the Childrens Justice Center. Id like to send a big shout out to Shady, Law Knee, and the rest of the Z.F.A for the this trailer, also to Coach Mitchell, and Coach Lahi for their dedication to these boys. and finally to the Team....we look forward to the documentary " the Making of Mayhem, TRAGEDY II 2009, dropping in June of 2009. good lookin out fellas, for more information on TEAMRAW Youth Outreach....feel free to hit us up with your addy and we will get back to you soon....aight
https://wn.com/T.E.A.M.R.A.W_Youth_Outreach
API Legal Outreach - 40th Anniversary Celebration

API Legal Outreach - 40th Anniversary Celebration

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  • Updated: 01 Oct 2015
  • views: 168
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https://wn.com/Api_Legal_Outreach_40Th_Anniversary_Celebration
Legal Outreach Celebrating 30 Years

Legal Outreach Celebrating 30 Years

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  • Updated: 04 Jun 2013
  • views: 1630
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https://wn.com/Legal_Outreach_Celebrating_30_Years
The Legal Aid Society of Hawaii

The Legal Aid Society of Hawaii

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  • Updated: 19 Apr 2015
  • views: 2229
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www.legalaidhawaii.org Helping the people of Hawai‘i meet their legal needs since 1950. As the state’s oldest and largest non-profit, public interest law firm with offices statewide; Legal Aid helps ensure justice and fairness for all by providing civil legal aid to the most vulnerable in our society. In working towards the vision of building a just society; we want to first help make the legal system a little less intimidating by providing easy to understand legal forms and brochures, including online forms that people can use when they go to court. Second, we help people help themselves by providing legal assistance so people can better know their rights and know how to solve their legal problems. Finally, we try to level the playing field by providing legal representation to those that need it the most.
https://wn.com/The_Legal_Aid_Society_Of_Hawaii
Interview with Legal Outreach Founder Part 1

Interview with Legal Outreach Founder Part 1

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  • Updated: 12 Nov 2009
  • views: 515
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Deanna Pan, Ohio Law and Leadership Institute's communications intern, interviews James O'Neal, founder of New York's Legal Outreach program.
https://wn.com/Interview_With_Legal_Outreach_Founder_Part_1
Youth Outreach Worker Community of Practice

Youth Outreach Worker Community of Practice

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  • Updated: 27 Sep 2016
  • views: 682
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Likwa Nkala of East Metro Youth Services and Andrew Bartley of Platinum Leadership introduce the Youth Outreach Worker Community of Practice. ‘The Youth Outreach Worker Program supports marginalized and at-risk youth and their families. This helps them to better navigate and connect with services and opportunities in their communities and to improve youth outcomes.’ 22 lead agencies are contracted by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services to provide the Youth Outreach Worker Program. In 2016, four new regions of the YOW program were added as part of the Enhanced Youth Action plan. This created an opportunity to formalize the YOW Community of Practice as well as increase the support provided to frontline workers through an online learning portal. It was our pleasure to engage Platinum Leadership to facilitate these expanded services. The community of practice gathers professionals dedicated to making it more likely that marginalized and at-risk youth are engaged, and have families and/or caring adults equipped to help them thrive. It is committed to helping young people navigate the resources in their communities, and make choices that support their healthy and safe development. As a Community of Practice, we’ve set three objectives for ourselves in creating a shared space in the areas of learning, connection and advocacy. Let’s look at each of these in turn … 1) To support learning, the Community of Practice will share best practices, trends, and information. They will learn from one another, and foster opportunities to explore professional development for Youth Outreach Workers. 2) To promote connection, the Community of Practice will provide opportunities for support, affirmation, communication and collaboration among its members. 3) To encourage advocacy, the Community of Practice will highlight trends and evaluate results with policy makers, making recommendations for program direction. It will speak with one, strengthened voice on behalf of the Youth Outreach Worker Program and the wider system as it affects young people and their families. Being seen as a valid and credible source of youth information across the province because of the data that they are able to collect and the work they do with marginalized young people. To see government making decisions based on the thousands of young people that we see through the youth outreach program. It is inspiring to witness Youth Outreach Workers acting as mentors, promoting broader opportunities for youth in communities all across Ontario. Every day, their advocacy improves young people’s access to the services they need. Thank you to the Ministry of Children and Youth Services for supporting this work, to each of the agencies and leaders participating in this Community of Practice, to the extraordinary Youth Outreach Workers who make all of this possible, and to the young people and families whom it is our privilege to serve.   Participating Agencies 360 Kids African Canadian Legal Clinic Boys and Girls Club of Durham Boys and Girls Club Ottawa Carea (formerly Durham Community Health Centre) Caribbean African Canadian Social Services Dilico Anishinabek Family Care East Metro Youth Services Fernie Youth Services London InterCommunity Health Centre Malton Neighbourhood Services New Beginnings Pathways for Children and Youth Peterborough Youth Services Sudbury Action Centre for Youth Thunder Bay Counselling Centre Wesley Urban Ministries YES Shelter YMCA of Greater Toronto Yorktown Family Services Youth Diversion Program Please visit ‪http://emys.on.ca to learn more. Director of Photography: Stefan Sago, SAGOFILMS at http://www.platinumleadership.com/ourteam.html#stefansago Produced by Platinum Leadership: www.platinumleadership.com
https://wn.com/Youth_Outreach_Worker_Community_Of_Practice
NBC News focus on Legal Outreach

NBC News focus on Legal Outreach

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  • Updated: 03 Apr 2009
  • views: 2541
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https://wn.com/Nbc_News_Focus_On_Legal_Outreach
Law Day 2013: Chief Justice Cantil-Sakauye

Law Day 2013: Chief Justice Cantil-Sakauye

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  • Duration: 4:49
  • Updated: 04 May 2013
  • views: 663
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On May 1, Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye speaks to students and educators about the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. The Chief Justice's civic outreach activities have involved many law academies throughout the state. Several attended the Law Day event.
https://wn.com/Law_Day_2013_Chief_Justice_Cantil_Sakauye
Community Outreach Program, Faculty of law, UM

Community Outreach Program, Faculty of law, UM

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  • Updated: 31 Jul 2008
  • views: 161
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The launching of C.O.P, Faculty of Law, University of Malaya. For further information, log on to www.copum.blogspot.com
https://wn.com/Community_Outreach_Program,_Faculty_Of_Law,_Um
#WithMRC - MRC Transition Aged Youth Outreach Video

#WithMRC - MRC Transition Aged Youth Outreach Video

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  • Updated: 08 Oct 2015
  • views: 1315
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The Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC) is committed to empowering youth with disabilities to live an independent life through meaning work and community services. This video highlights transition aged youth who have successfully used our services to achieve their individual goals, and sets to inspire other youths, and their families/guardians, to use our services. For more information about the MRC, please visit: www.mass.gov/mrc
https://wn.com/Withmrc_Mrc_Transition_Aged_Youth_Outreach_Video
Legal Outreach Launches New SLI for Minority Boys

Legal Outreach Launches New SLI for Minority Boys

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  • Duration: 6:58
  • Updated: 02 Nov 2009
  • views: 1920
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https://wn.com/Legal_Outreach_Launches_New_Sli_For_Minority_Boys
Ethical and Legal Issues in the Treatment of Suicidal Youth

Ethical and Legal Issues in the Treatment of Suicidal Youth

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  • Duration: 35:57
  • Updated: 10 Oct 2011
  • views: 508
videos https://wn.com/Ethical_And_Legal_Issues_In_The_Treatment_Of_Suicidal_Youth
Trailer - Legal Highs Insight Derry

Trailer - Legal Highs Insight Derry

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  • Duration: 3:17
  • Updated: 25 Apr 2016
  • views: 196
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Full Video link: https://youtu.be/5bWOtopXqVg
https://wn.com/Trailer_Legal_Highs_Insight_Derry
IPOS - Intellectual Property in Animation [Know Your IP in Animation]

IPOS - Intellectual Property in Animation [Know Your IP in Animation]

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  • Updated: 09 Mar 2015
  • views: 999
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Project IP Partners (PIPP) is a key public outreach effort by IPOS aimed at gathering established local IP creators of different genres from the creative industry in Singapore, to share about their creation journey and IP experiences with our youth and community. IP Academy’s Legal Counsel discusses copyright matters in the animation industry, and shares tips on protecting your creations. Watch the other parts of the session here: My Dream Defenders Journey - http://youtu.be/nieebJKfo0U Question & Answer - http://youtu.be/4UxhhT7yO1A ----------------------- Event date and time: 29 Jan 2015, 6.30pm – 8pm Speakers: David Kwok, CEO of Tiny Island Productions Mark Cheng, Legal Counsel of IP Academy For more information on Project IP Partners, you may reach us at 6339 8616, ipos_enquiry@ipos.gov.sg, or connect with us on Facebook (http://www.fb.com/hipalliance)
https://wn.com/Ipos_Intellectual_Property_In_Animation_Know_Your_Ip_In_Animation
A Day in the Life of an Outreach Worker

A Day in the Life of an Outreach Worker

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  • Updated: 15 Sep 2011
  • views: 2089
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A video outlining the typical day of a 'your Sanctuary' Outreach Worker. Our Outreach services provide vital support for people in the Surrey community who are still in an abusive relationship or who have left their abuser. Support is available from our Outreach team both over the telephone and through face to face meetings in a public place. We offer support through listening, acting as an advocate, attending agency appointments with the person we are supporting, providing information (e.g. on legal matters), running support groups to improve awareness and increase self esteem, and offering access to free legal and counselling clinics according to need. The Outreach team also provides awareness raising talks regarding domestic abuse and our services both within the community and within other agencies. We deliver our service in a multi-agency setting working in partnership with Children's and Adult Services, Health professionals, Education, Police, and other support agencies.
https://wn.com/A_Day_In_The_Life_Of_An_Outreach_Worker
Youth Suicide Prevention Project

Youth Suicide Prevention Project

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  • Updated: 28 Mar 2011
  • views: 879
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A video created by Reel Grrls for the Youth Suicide Prevention Program. RESOURCES Safe Schools Coalition: safeschoolscoalition.org GLBT National Help Center: glnh.org/​ PFLAG: pflag.org Advocates for Youth: advocatesforyouth.org Youth Suicide Prevention Program: yspp.org/​ YOUTH RESOURCES Youth Guardian Services-(youth run) youth-guard.org/​ The Trevor Project's social networking site: trevorspace.com/​ The Trevor Project's GLBT youth site about suicide: donteraseyourqueerfuture.org/​ Website made by and run for LGBTQ youth: amplifyyourvoice.org/​youthresource To start a GSA in your school: glnh.org/​ Lambda Legal youth outreach: lambda.org/​youth.htm#resources ADULT RESOURCES LGBTQ Youth Summer Camp: camptentrees.org Human Rights Campaign: (for parents) hrc.org/​Template.cfm?Section=Family Gay, Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD): glaad.org National Gay and Lesbian Task Force: thetaskforce.org/​issues/​youth Child Welfare League of America (CWLA) GLBT issues: cwla.org/​programs/​culture/​glbtq.htm
https://wn.com/Youth_Suicide_Prevention_Project
Preparing young people from underserved communities for a career in Law | Barclays

Preparing young people from underserved communities for a career in Law | Barclays

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  • Updated: 03 Aug 2016
  • views: 51
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The New York Legal team has partnered with The New Jersey Law and Education Empowerment Project (NJ LEEP) to support its college-bound program preparing minority youth from underserved communities for potential legal careers. The Barclays-NJ LEEP partnership has provided these young people, who lack support and opportunities, with mentorships, work experience, skills-based training and access to networking opportunities. The program also acts to strengthen diversity within the legal profession. The partnership has seen more than 25% of the Legal team volunteering or fundraising in support of NJ LEEP, leading to the team receiving NJ LEEP’s Award for Stellar Leadership in the Field of Diversity. Additionally, the project has seen the Legal team foster stronger relationships within the legal community outside Barclays. Watch next: Supporting academic enrichment and youth development in Harlem | Barclays https://youtu.be/8piqIJRmpLA Watch other videos about how we support youth: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL38linQeiXAaXT3SMOE9_ozVWC81u0v1V Follow @Barclays on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Barclays Follow @Barclays_cship on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Barclays_cship Barclays on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/barclays-bank To see more Barclays videos, subscribe to: https://www.youtube.com/Barclays About Barclays: Barclays is a transatlantic consumer, corporate and investment bank offering products and services across personal, corporate and investment banking, credit cards and wealth management, with a strong presence in our two home markets of the UK and the US. With over 325 years of history and expertise in banking, Barclays operates in over 40 countries and employs approximately 130,000 people. Barclays moves, lends, invests and protects money for customers and clients worldwide. For further information about Barclays, please visit our website www.home.barclays
https://wn.com/Preparing_Young_People_From_Underserved_Communities_For_A_Career_In_Law_|_Barclays
What is Justice? | Robert Reed | TEDxUpperDublinED

What is Justice? | Robert Reed | TEDxUpperDublinED

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  • Updated: 02 Aug 2016
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Robert Reed was frustrated with the vast inequality of opportunity between his son’s well-off public school system and the most underserved parts of the Philadelphia School District in which he worked. Enabled by his role as assistant US attorney at the Justice department, he empowered students through programs and resources, such as sports teams and youth courts at persistently dangerous Strawberry Mansion High School. He asserts that the public ought to ask for, of his department and in society, a broader definition of Justice. Robert K. Reed has spent most of his career in government service as an Assistant United States Attorney, including 20 years in criminal prosecution. Since 2001, Rob has been a supervisor in the U.S. Attorney’s Office. He has been the Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN) Coordinator; Anti-Gang Coordinator; and the Deputy Chief of the Criminal Division. In 2010, Rob was appointed as the Executive Assistant United States Attorney and is responsible for overseeing the violence prevention, prisoner reentry, and community outreach initiatives for the office. Rob received the 2014 Department of Justice Director’s Award for his violence prevention and prisoner reentry efforts. Rob has a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree from the University of Pennsylvania, a Masters of Science Degree from the London School of Economics, and a law degree from Boston College Law School. Rob is married and has three children a dog named Scout and a cat named Lienus. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Biblical Law Restated

Biblical Law Restated

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Pastor Mike Quinn of Newbreak gives an excellent sermon on the nature of biblical law and the relationship between the old and new testament. SOURCE: http://newbreak.org/resources/messages/redefining-religion/law-restated We encourage you to visit their site and watch their excellent sermons. http://newbreak.org/resources/messages/sermon-archive/
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Two Kids Hand White Guys A Sack, Then They See What’s Written On It

Two Kids Hand White Guys A Sack, Then They See What’s Written On It

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Two Kids Hand White Guys A Sack, Then They See What’s Written On It In New Orleans, a white guy was minding his own business, sitting alone and away from other people, when a couple of black kids ran up and handed him a sack before taking off. Left there with the bag in hand, the man noticed a note scribbled on it before looking inside in shock at what they had just dropped in his lap.The pre-teen brothers were seen a short time later doing the same to another white guy in the park when what they were doing all came to light. With racial tensions running high, especially in Louisiana where the start of the recent Black Lives Matters unrest began when Alton Sterling was shot, police officers and caucasian citizens have both been on high alert as targets of violent racism. Derrell Martin, 10, and his brother Kyllon, 9, were on a road trip with their mom Kristy Lewis-Martin, when they passed by a local bridge and saw a man begging for money. The boys insisted that she stop, even though they didn’t have any cash to give him, but Kyllon had a taco that he wanted to give the guy in need, so he handed it to his brother Derrell. The brothers both watched in complete shock at what they man did with the taco in front of them, and from that moment, they devised a plan. Seeing how happy that leftover food made this homeless person, the brothers were inspired to keep feeding the needy, regardless of their skin color or how they ended up on the street. “He was so excited that he danced and showed everyone that he had the taco,” Kristy told Inside Edition about the man’s reaction, which changed her little boys forever. All on their own, her sons put their heads together and came up with a name for their mission, “The Helping Lunchbox,” with a lofty goal of handing out 250 sack lunches by August 8 to homeless people in New Orleans, where they live. However, it was more than a sandwich, some pretzels, and a lot of love packed into each sack. In addition, the boys hand wrote an inspirational message on the outside of each one, hoping to encourage every person they fed.When volunteers from the non-profit group B.O.S.S. Youth Outreach Program heard what the brothers were doing, they wanted to help them reach their goal by donating some of their time and supplies to the incredible cause. The boys are already way ahead of schedule, serving 200 lunches to the homeless and receiving a wide range of responses from each person. “Some were happy, some were crying,” Derrell said. However, their impact was even further reaching than they expected. According to Kristy, after the boys spent some time talking with one of the homeless guys, he was inspired to reconnect with his own family because of the sweet interaction with the incredible young men. “It makes me feel awesome that I’m helping people,” Derrell said. “We’re making a change for once.” While these African-Americans kids could have been led by the misguided rhetoric that white people don’t like them and cops are out to kill them, they are out actually doing something positive to see that there is a change in their area while others complain about it. Violence doesn’t fix the ghetto, good parenting does. This mother raised her sons right, against all odds in their struggling city at the epicenter of this divisiveness. Instead of causing more problems, her kids are being part of the solution. Please share the story and tell us what you think by clicking one of the buttons below. We want to hear YOUR voice!
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