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Aston Villa lost to the Baggies last weekend. And this weekend they've got the resurgent Manchester United, who they'll have to face without Ashley Westwood, Tom Cleverley, Kieran Richardson (yay) and heavens knows probably someone else. So, yeah, we'll talk about that.
But let's look at some other stuff too. Namely, it's only two weeks until the January transfer window opens. With injuries seemingly never going away, what can Aston Villa do to make themselves better on what will likely be a limited budget? Will making Cleverley permanent be a thing that the club do, and if so, will it be the only thing? Is there any chance of a Fabian Delph for Mousa Dembele swap with Spurs?
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The Role of Women in Conflict Negotiation and Peaceful Settlements Nationally and Internationally in the black community
What are we discussing? Roughly a fortnight ago, we discussed how women have and continue to contribute to resolving conflicts and bringing peace in the community.
Since this year, the death toll arising from community warfare has been alarming. In South Sudan alone, over 10,000 people have died. The recent concern addresses the large number of conflicts in Africa compared to past decades. Some organizations have taken the bull by the horn to empower women to play a role in peace keeping. According to a United Nations article “In 1993, women made up 1% of deployed uniformed personnel. In 2012, out of approximately 125,000 peacekeepers, women constitute 3% of military personnel and 10% of police personnel in UN Peacekeeping missions”.
Why are we discussing it? According to the United Nation, “female peacekeepers act as role models in the local environment inspiring women and girls in often male-dominated societies for their own rights and for participation in peace processes”. We, at World Ebony Network want to know what women did to participate in conflict negotiations and in peaceful settlements in the community and how those traditional practices can transcend in today’s world.
Our April 4th Peace Talk will continue to explore this topic with the following leader(s) in community:
Dr. Francesca Nkadi, Ms. Marieme Dembele, Ms. Sandra Knight, Ms. Yeatoe Mcintosh, Mrs. Catherine Bradley, Ferris D. R. Foote
Host: Dr. Ezi Mecha
In this episode we covered the last two hours of the summer transfer window for Fulham. We talked about the signings of Dimitar Berbatov, and Kieran Richardson.
We also discussed the departures of Moussa Dembele and during the show Clint Dempsey leaving Fulham for Spurs.
We also had interviews with Simon Peach of the Press Association, Dean Jones of The People, and Richard Buxton who is a freelance football writer covering Liverpool.
At the end of the show we gave our thoughts on the upcoming match against West Ham. Please do take a listen.
In this episode, we first looked back at the 0-0 draw for Fulham against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
In the second half of the show, we previewed the upcoming match for Fulham with Tottenham Hotspur, which includes the return of Clint Dempsey and Mousa Dembele to Craven Cottage. I hope you can listen to this episode.
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We were joined during the show by Allen Ramsey of Goal.com USA. Later on in the show we had on Stephen Brandt who is a contributor for the radio show Vuvuzela: The World Soccer Show on Blogtalkradio.com. Please do take a listen.
In this episode, we first discussed the current situation with Clint Dempsey and Fulham. We then started our preview of Norwich, as Cesar Diaz who is a contributor for the radio show, Vuvuzela:The World Soccer Show, joined us and shared his thoughts on the Canaries.
Later on in the show we gave our season predictions for Fulham, and then closed the show with our own preview of Norwich. Please do take a listen.
In this episode of Cottage Talk, we discussed several topics as we are getting ready for the new season for the club. We also discussed the latest speculation linked to Fulham.
Chris Gilbertson of Hammyend.com co-hosted the show, and we were joined during the episode by Dean Jones who is a football journalist for The People.
Please do take a listen to the latest episode of Cottage Talk.
In this episode we discussed the latest developments with Fulham, including extensions for a few players, their trip to Germany, redevelopment of Craven Cottage, and the latest speculation of players coming and going.
Chris Gilbertson and Will Paul of Hammyend.com were co-hosts of this episode. Also, joining us for an interview during the show was Simon Peach who covers Fulham for the Press Association.
Please do take a listen.
In this episode we focused on the latest transfer speculation with links to Fulham. We discussed the rumors we are hearing of possible players coming and going. We were also joined during the show by Dean Jones of The People, who gave us a wonderful interview. Please do take a listen to this episode of Cottage Talk.
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