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Día Internacional de la Mujer 2011.

Asociación de Madres Solteras y Grupos Vulnerables para el Desarrollo Social \\\\\\\"Por un Trato más digno Yo Madre Soltera Aquí Estoy A.C.\\\\\\\" ¡Visita la página de Madres Solas Aquí! Más»

Entrega de Silla de Ruedas.

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Compartiendo con nuestras socias y socios de la tercera edad de Molino Abajo, Temoaya, Estado de México.

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Visita la página de Código Ayuda Aquí.

Entrega de Reconocimiento por la AMS a la labor de Gabriela Goldsmith Presidenta de Código Ayuda A.C. Más»

Día de la Niñez 2011 con nuestras socias y socios de San Lorenzo Tepaltitlán, Toluca, Estado de México.

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Entrega de Silla de Ruedas.

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“Yo Me Declaro Defensor” de los Defensores de Derechos Humanos

Participación en la campaña “Yo Me Declaro Defensor” de los Defensores de Derechos Humanos por la Alta Comisionada de los Derechos Humanos de la ONU Navy Pillay. Más»

Entrega de Reconocimiento al Lic. Enrique Peña Nieto por su apoyo como gobernador a los grupos vulnerables de nuestra Asociación.

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Compartiendo con nuestras socias y socios de la tercera edad en Molino Abajo, Temoaya, Estado de México.

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Compartiendo con nuestras socias y socios de la tercera edad en Molino Abajo, Temoaya, Estado de México.

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Compartiendo con nuestras socias y socios de la tercera edad en Molino Abajo, Temoaya, Estado de México.

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Compartiendo con nuestras socias y socios de la tercera edad en Molino Abajo, Temoaya, Estado de México.

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Thelma Dorantes Autora y Actriz principal de la obra de Teatro \\\\

Visita de Thelma Dorantes a las oficina de la Asociación de Madres Solteras y Grupos Vulnerables para el Desarrollo Social \\\\\\\"Por un Trato más digno Yo Madre Soltera Aquí Estoy A.C.\\\\\\\" en Toluca, Estado de México. Más»

Thelma Dorantes Autora y Actriz principal de la obra de Teatro \\\\

Visita de Thelma Dorantes a las oficina de la Asociación de Madres Solteras y Grupos Vulnerables para el Desarrollo Social \\\\\\\"Por un Trato más digno Yo Madre Soltera Aquí Estoy A.C.\\\\\\\" en Toluca, Estado de México. Más»

Thelma Dorantes Autora y Actriz principal de la obra de Teatro \\\\

Visita de Thelma Dorantes a las oficina de la Asociación de Madres Solteras y Grupos Vulnerables para el Desarrollo Social \\\\\\\"Por un Trato más digno Yo Madre Soltera Aquí Estoy A.C.\\\\\\\" en Toluca, Estado de México. Más»

Premio Nacional del Trabajo 2012.

Entrega a los trabajadores de la Dirección de Organización y Desarrollo Administrativo de la Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México del Premio Nacional del Trabajo 2012 por la Secretaría de Trabajo y Previsión Social del Gobierno de México. Más»

 

A Rocky Future? Ensuring Central Asia’s Mountains are Climate and Disaster Resilient

In the long term, decision-makers can also better plan significant infrastructure investment projects, something particularly salient in Central Asia, where aging infrastructure is gradually deteriorating from insufficient maintenance and repeated exposure to natural hazards.

Better climate information will also benefit sectors such as agriculture, which is frequently exposed to extreme weather events.

For farmers, accurate predictions of the growing season, rainfall patterns, and potential hail or storm can help boost productivity and increase incomes. This is especially the case for countries like Tajikistan, where more than 60 percent of the population is solely dependent on agriculture as a source of livelihood.

Both Tajikistan and the Kyrgyz Republic have made tremendous strides in reducing poverty – from 75 to 80 percent a few decades ago to below 35 to 40 percent today. Yet the challenges of a changing climate threaten to push mountain communities back into poverty, without critical investments in resilience.

As the world celebrates International Mountain Day, it is important to reflect on how to better care for these important landscapes and to protect communities such as Barsem, which call them home.

A Rocky Future? Ensuring Central Asia’s Mountains are Climate and Disaster Resilient

In the long term, decision-makers can also better plan significant infrastructure investment projects, something particularly salient in Central Asia, where aging infrastructure is gradually deteriorating from insufficient maintenance and repeated exposure to natural hazards.

Better climate information will also benefit sectors such as agriculture, which is frequently exposed to extreme weather events.

For farmers, accurate predictions of growing season, rainfall patterns, and potential hail or storm can help boost productivity and increase incomes. This is especially the case for countries like Tajikistan, where more than 60 percent of the population is solely dependent on agriculture as a source of livelihood.

Both Tajikistan and the Kyrgyz Republic have made tremendous strides in reducing poverty  – from 75 to 80 percent  few decades ago to below 35 to 40 percent today. Yet the challenges of a changing climate threaten to push mountain communities back into poverty without critical investments in resilience.

As the world today celebrates International Mountain Day, it is important to reflect on how to better care for these important landscapes and protect lives of the communities like in Barsem  who call them home.

A Rocky Future? Ensuring Central Asia’s Mountains are Climate and Disaster Resilient

In the long term, decision-makers can also better plan significant infrastructure investment projects, something particularly salient in Central Asia, where aging infrastructure is gradually deteriorating from insufficient maintenance and repeated exposure to natural hazards.

Better climate information will also benefit sectors such as agriculture, which is frequently exposed to extreme weather events.

For farmers, accurate predictions of growing season, rainfall patterns, and potential hail or storm can help boost productivity and increase incomes. This is especially the case for countries like Tajikistan, where more than 60 percent of the population is solely dependent on agriculture as a source of livelihood.

Both Tajikistan and the Kyrgyz Republic have made tremendous strides in reducing poverty  – from 75 to 80 percent  few decades ago to below 35 to 40 percent today. Yet the challenges of a changing climate threaten to push mountain communities back into poverty without critical investments in resilience.

As the world today celebrates International Mountain Day, it is important to reflect on how to better care for these important landscapes and protect lives of the communities like in Barsem  who call them home.

Esta es la oración que el Papa Francisco rezó ante la imagen de la Inmaculada en Roma

Esta NOTICIA fue originalmente compartida en Aula News Unión Europea

Fuente: ACI Prensa Vaticano

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ROMA, 08 Dic. 17 / 10:39 am (ACI).- Un año más, el Papa Francisco cumplió con la tradición de acudir el 8 de diciembre a la Plaza de España de Roma para venerar a la Inmaculada Concepción de María ante su monumento el día en que se celebra su Solemnidad.

Después de rezar brevemente ante la imagen de la Salus Populi Romani, patrona de la ciudad de Roma, en la Basílica de Santa María Mayor, el Santo Padre se dirigió a la popular Plaza de España, donde se encuentra el monumento a la Inmaculada Concepción.

Allí le esperaban el Vicario de la Diócesis de Roma, Mons. Angelo De Donatis, la Alcaldesa de Roma, Virginia Raggi, y diferentes autoridades civiles y religiosas, además de numerosos fieles.

El Papa se dirigió entonces a la imagen de la Virgen que corona el monumento a la Inmaculada Concepción y rezó con la siguiente oración:

Madre Inmaculada,

Por quinte vez vengo a tus pies como Obispo de Roma,

a rendirte homenaje en nombre de todos los habitantes de esta ciudad.

Queremos darte las gracias por los cuidados constantes

con los que nos acompañas en nuestro camino,

el camino de las familias, de las parroquias, de las comunidades religiosas;

el camino de cuantos cada día, a veces con fatiga,

atraviesan Roma para ir al trabajo;

de los enfermos, de los ancianos, de todos los pobres,

de tantas personas inmigrantes de tierras de guerra y de hambre.

Gracias porque, en cuenta te dirigimos un pensamiento

o una mirada, o un Avemaría fugaz,

siempre sentimos tu presencia materna, tierna y fuerte.

Oh, Madre. Ayuda a esta ciudad a desarrollar los ‘anticuerpos’

contra algunos virus de nuestro tiempo:

la indiferencia, que dice: ‘No me preocupa’;

la mala educación cívica que desprecia el bien común;

el miedo al diferente, al extranjero;

el conformismo disfrazado de transgresión;

la hipocresía de acusar a los demás mientras se hacen las mismas cosas;

la resignación ante la degradación ambiental y ética;

la explotación de tantos hombres y mujeres.

Ayúdanos a rechazar estos y otros virus

con los anticuerpos que vienen del Evangelio.

Haz que adoptemos el buen hábito

de leer cada día un pasaje del Evangelio

y, con tu ejemplo, custodiar en el corazón la Palabra,

para que, como una buena semilla, de fruto en nuestra vida.

Virgen Inmaculada,

hace 175 años, a poca distancia de aquí,

en la iglesia de Sant’Andrea delle Fratte,

tocaste el corazón de Alfonso Ratisbonne, y en aquel momento

de ateo y enemigo de la Iglesia, se convirtió en cristiano.

A él te mostraste como Madre de gracia y de misericordia.

Concédenos también a nosotros, especialmente en las pruebas y en las tentaciones,

fijar la mirada en tus manos abiertas,

que dejan descender sobre la tierra la gracia del Señor

para librarnos de toda orgullosa arrogancia,

para reconocernos como verdaderamente somos:

pequeños y pobres pecadores, pero siempre hijos tuyos.

Y así meter nuestras manos entre las tuyas

para dejarnos llevar a Jesús, nuestro hermano y salvador,

y al Padre celeste, que no se cansa nunca de esperarnos

y de perdonarnos cuando regresamos a Él.

¡Gracias, oh, Madre, porque siempre nos escuchas!

Bendice a la Iglesia que está en Roma,

bendice a esta ciudad y al mundo entero.

Amén.


Después de pronunciar la oración, el Pontífice se acercó a saludar a un grupo de enfermos y a otros fieles. Luego se dirigió a la Basílica de Sant’Andrea delle Fratte para un homenaje a la Virgen de la Medalla Milagrosa

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Agenda – The Week Ahead 11 – 17 December 2017

Esta NOTICIA fue originalmente compartida en Aula News Unión Europea

Fuente: Parlamento Europeo

09:00 Key debate Council and Commission statements – Preparation of the European Council meeting of 14 and 15 December

11:30 Meeting with Sakharov Laureates (Protocol room)

12:00 Sakharov prize award ceremony (Hemicycle)

12:45 Press conference with Sakharov laureates (press conference room LOW N-1)

13:15 Official lunch in honour of Sakharov laureates (Salon d´honneur)

14:30 Meeting with the Heads of EPIO’s and Commission representation offices in the EU member countries

16:30 Handing over of the Peace Light of Bethlehem (Espace Visiteurs LOW-1)

18:00 Lex signing

18:30 EuroChanukah (Atrium Main Bar, level 0, LOW Building flowers bar)

Destacados del pleno. Estrasburgo, 11-14 de diciembre 2017.

Esta NOTICIA fue originalmente compartida en Aula News Unión Europea

Fuente: Parlamento Europeo

Las conversaciones con el Reino Unido para su salida de la UE serán el principal tema de discusión el miércoles con el vicepresidente de la Comisión Frans Timmermans y el negociador jefe de la UE, Michel Barnier, ante el próximo Consejo Europeo. El pleno votará ese día una resolución sobre la cuestión

Western Balkans Trade and Transport Competitiveness to Get $150 Million Boost from World Bank

Esta NOTICIA fue originalmente compartida en Aula News Unión Europea

Fuente: Banco Mundial Europa y Asia Central

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Sofia, December 7, 2017 – Western Balkans countries will improve the performance of their major transport corridors and expand trade with support from a planned World Bank project announced today. The Trade and Transport Facilitation Project is designed to streamline border crossings, improve the efficiency of logistics services and deploy modern ‘intelligent’ technologies to improve freight and passenger transport and get goods to customers faster.

“Citizens of the Western Balkans countries will see transportation costs reduced and trade expanded under the $150 million Trade and Transport Facilitation Project,” said Kristalina Georgieva, World Bank Chief Executive Officer. “We estimate the benefits to be in the order of $1 billion per year – an important contribution to regional efforts to boost growth and create jobs and opportunities for more people.”

Georgieva spoke at a Conference on Stronger Regional Integration in the Balkans, hosted by Bulgarian Prime Minister, Boyko Borissov. The conference was designed to develop tangible ways to drive forward growth and development in the Western Balkans countries and accelerate their EU Accession aspirations. 

The high-level conference was attended by Mr. Edi Rama, Prime Minister of the Republic of Albania, Mr. Mirko Sarovic, Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mr. Hashim Thaci, President of the Republic of Kosovo, Mr. Zoran Zaev, Prime Minister of FYR Macedonia, Mr. Filip Vujanovic, the President of Montenegro, and Ms. Ana Brnabic, Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia.

Western Balkans countries have already achieved strong growth and poverty reduction. Since global financial crisis of 2008, countries in the region have taken action to reform their economies and it’s paying off with growth averaging 2.4% through 2015. This year the World Bank is projecting regional growth of 2.6% and 3.6% by 2019. In addition, 230 thousand jobs were created across the region between June of last year and June of this year.

While Western Balkans leaders are making strong progress, World Bank research shows at current growth rates it will take another six decades for income levels in the Western Balkans to catch up with the European Union. However, with the right reforms and macroeconomic stability, average annual growth rates could hit 5 percent and parity with EU income levels could be achieved in just two decades.

To achieve higher economic growth will take stronger economic integration within the region and further business climate improvements to boost private sector investment and create private sector jobs.

“It is important for Western Balkans leaders to come together to advance economic cooperation across borders, in transport, trade, and connectivity, which will promote business growth,” said Georgieva. “We are committed to supporting each country to achieve its objectives – while also connecting the region to the wider EU and global markets.”

Georgieva says Western Balkans leaders can also tap Bulgaria’s experience to generate additional resources to invest in transport connectivity. Bulgaria is working with the World Bank to see how best to leverage the revenues generated from its e-tolling initiative – which is expected to generate up to Euro 9 billion over the next decade. New financing raised through this effort could allow Bulgaria to accelerate completion of its transportation infrastructure and become more competitive.

The World Bank is already investing to improve transportation connections across the Balkans. It is working to close some of the gaps along Corridors 8 in Macedonia and 10 in Serbia. It is expected that improvements to Corridor 8 will cut travel time for trucks from Sofia to Skopje from 6 hours to three and a half hours.

Belarus: Increasing Productivity for Reviving Economic Growth and Incomes

Minsk, December 6, 2017 – The modest cyclical expansion of economic activity in 2017 has ended a two-year recession, but economic growth is expected to remain weak, says the World Bank Economic Update on Belarus. Although modest growth will ease pressures on the balance of payments, large dependence on external financing leaves the economy vulnerable to macroeconomic shocks. On the positive side, the stronger than expected recovery of main trading partners, and expected benefits from recent business environment liberalization measures, bring upside potential for the economy.

“Macro-stabilization measures have contributed to the current recovery and prudent macroeconomic policies should continue”, said Mr. Alex Kremer, World Bank Country Manager for Belarus. “To improve living standards, Belarus should remain focused on improving the climate for entrepreneurship, with emphasis on implementation and enforcement of new regulations. It should also address biases towards unproductive state-owned enterprises in market competition, governance, procurement, and credit allocation. Faster increases in incomes require productivity improvements associated with a better allocation of resources”.

A Special Topic Note of the World Bank Economic Update on Productivity in Belarus analyzes the productivity dynamics of the economy and factors behind its trajectory.

“The weak external environment has revealed deep-seated structural structural limitations, including the misallocation of capital and labor, weakening the economy and incomes”, noted Kiryl Haiduk, World Bank Economist. “The end of Belarus’s growth boom started with the global financial crisis of 2008 and the gradual revision of the terms of energy trade with Russia. Falling total factor productivity and returns to capital reveal allocation inefficiencies that need to be addressed through organizational and technical transformation. This will generate productivity gains and economic growth”.

Since the Republic of Belarus joined the World Bank in 1992, lending commitments to the country have totaled US$1.7 billion. In addition, grant financing totaling US$30 million has been provided to various programs, including those with civil society organizations. The active investment lending portfolio financed by the World Bank includes nine operations totaling US$ 991 million.

Contacts:

In Minsk: Irina Oleinik +375-17-359-1950, e-mail 

In Washington: Meriem Gray +1 202-4737870, e-mail

Providing Clean Water, Fulfilling People’s Dreams in Villages of Kyrgyzstan

In 2017, the situation in Chook is much the same as it was in 1987, or even in 1957: people fetch water from the large irrigation canal in a neighboring village, or use water flowing in aryks, small ditches that run through the village’s few streets.

The water in canals and aryks is muddy and is believed to contain pesticides from the fields, but women use it to wash dishes and clothes, and even to cook meals. In the fall and winter, when there is no water in the canal and aryks due to the end of the harvesting season, the villagers often melt snow or use rain water for household needs.

Labour attacks 'embarrassing' Brexit talks

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Fuente: BBC News

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</figure><p class="story-body__introduction">Ministers say no part of the UK will be treated differently in the Brexit talks as Labour branded their approach an "embarrassment".</p>

No agreement has been reached with the EU after a DUP backlash against proposals for the Irish border.

Brexit Secretary David Davis told MPs the government was close to concluding the first phase of talks.

Negotiations will continue for the rest of the week with the UK hoping for the green light to begin trade talks.

The UK is due to leave the EU in March 2019 and Prime Minister Theresa May is under pressure to reach agreement on the Northern Ireland border so negotiations can move forward.

The prime minister needs the support of the DUP – the Democratic Unionist Party – which is Northern Ireland’s largest party and has 10 MPs at Westminster, because she does not have a majority to win votes in the House of Commons.

Responding to Labour’s urgent question, Mr Davis defended the controversial proposal for “regulatory alignment” between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland – intended to avoid the need for border checks after Brexit – saying this would apply to the whole of the UK.

It would not mean “having exactly the same rules” as the EU, he said, but would involve “sometimes having mutually recognised rules”.

Backbencher Jacob Rees-Mogg warned that “regulatory divergence” from the EU after Brexit was a “red line”.

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</figure>Labour's Brexit spokesman Sir Keir Starmer said that when the DUP objected to the draft agreement, "fantasy met brutal reality".

“The DUP tail is wagging the Tory dog,” he said, in a reference to the deal struck between the parties to help the Conservatives survive key votes.

Mr Starmer also called for the government to drop its plan to enshrine the 29 March 2019 Brexit date in UK law.

The DUP’s deputy leader Nigel Dodds attacked the “aggressive and anti-unionist” approach of the Republic of Ireland government, saying any economic divergence between Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK would be “economically catastrophic”.

His party, he claimed, had only seen the text of a draft UK-EU agreement on the Irish border at a late stage on Monday morning and had rejected it immediately as being “far too ambiguous”.

He insisted he did not want the talks to collapse but would not accept any language which saw Northern Ireland “separated politically or economically from the rest of the UK”.

Dublin – which as an EU member is part of its single market and customs union – has been calling for written guarantees that a “hard border” involving customs checks on the island of Ireland will be avoided after Brexit

It is concerned this could undermine the 1998 peace treaty – the Good Friday Agreement that brought an end to 30 years of sectarian conflict in Northern Ireland.

Mr Davis said that while the “integrity” of the single market and customs union must be respected after Brexit, it was “equally clear we must respect the integrity of the United Kingdom” and individual nations could not have separate arrangements.

Conservative MPs clashed on the way forward, with pro-Remain Anna Soubry claiming there was a Commons majority to keep a close relationship with the single market and customs union.

But former minister Owen Paterson, a Eurosceptic, said the government should be prepared to walk away from talks.

What happened in Brussels

Mrs May needs to show “sufficient progress” has been made so far on “divorce” issues before European leaders meet on 14 December to decide whether to allow talks on future trade relations to begin.

The three issues that need to be resolved are the Northern Ireland border, citizens’ rights and the amount of money the UK will pay as it leaves.

Talks between Prime Minister Theresa May and European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker broke up without agreement on Monday, after the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) objected to a draft agreement on the future of the Irish border.

Key to the row is how closely aligned Northern Ireland’s regulations will be with those of the Republic of Ireland, and the rest of the EU, in order to avoid a “hard” border.

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</figure>DUP leader Arlene Foster was invited to hold talks with Mrs May in London on Tuesday, but the party's Westminster leader will meet the government's chief whip instead.

Ireland’s deputy prime minister Simon Coveney said Dublin would not budge from its position on the border.

The reaction

The EU is treating the row as a “domestic British political issue”, BBC Brussels correspondent Adam Fleming said.

“The show is now in London,” said a European Commission spokesman.

Reacting to leaks of the draft agreement, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said that if Northern Ireland was allowed to operate under different rules there was “surely no good practical reason” why other parts of the UK could not do the same and appealed to other parties to keep the UK in the EU’s customs union.

This message was echoed by Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones and London Mayor Sadiq Khan.

Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson called for a UK-wide deal, rather than specific arrangements for Northern Ireland.

Downing Street has insisted the border was not the only outstanding problem and disagreement remains over the role of the European Court of Justice in overseeing EU citizens’ rights in the UK after Brexit.

The prime minister is expected back in Brussels for further talks before the end of the week.

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