Cover photo: Catherine Sheila from Pexels “We want to draw attention to the environmental, social, economic and cultural importance of marine ecosystems as well as the causes of their degradation, in order to preserve them and thus contribute to raising public awareness and improving relations that local communities, visitors and tourists develop and nurture with the sea.” aMORE festival. Namely, the organizers of the aMORE festival published a leaflet: 10 little things you can do for our sea… which is intended for the education of tourists. As a renter, you can print a pdf flyer and place it in your accommodation in a visible place, as well as share it on your social networks. Let us guard our sea, the sea from which we live. What if there is no tourism? Where would they be? The sea as well as space are our most valuable resource, let’s preserve it. If we don’t guard our sea, who will? The story is very simple and it only takes a little of your effort. In order to make as many tourists and travelers aware of the importance of preserving our sea, the organizers of the aMORE festival, the first festival entirely dedicated to the sea where art, culture, science, new technologies, innovations, stories and legends intertwine, invite all renters to become ambassadors. must. You can download the leaflet in English and Croatian attached. Side dish: 10 little things you can do for our sea… Also, the organizers of this great initiative are asking for help in translating the leaflet into other foreign languages, in order to expand the whole story.
Part of the dialogue will be nationwide meetings, where the Cabinet aims to check and supplement its own views, she said.She added that, depending on the interest and needs arising from these sessions, platforms for specific groups could be established.Klijnsma stressed that anyone with ideas about a sustainable pensions system could participate in the national dialogue, which will be held between September and December.The results of the broad discussion are to be laid down in a framework note, which will also include findings on the issue of the Social and Economic Council (SER).The state secretary said the outline note would include trends in society and experiences with foreign pension systems, and would be tabled in Parliament next spring.She added that the Cabinet would also address the consequences for the design of the system update, as well as possible transition routes and policy variants. Jetta Klijnsma, state secretary for the Dutch Ministry of Social Affairs, has said freedom of choice on pension arrangements, solidarity on risks and income and which collective approach and players should shoulder which responsibilities will be the main issues in the ongoing debate over the long-term future of the Dutch pensions system.Outlining her plans for future talks, Klijnsma said a new website, www.denationalepensioendialoog.nl, would become the focal point for the debate.She said the site – which is to go live in mid-August – would not only provide insight into the government’s orientation via surveys and polls but also contain links to the policy documents of important players in the debate. To support to dialogue process, Klijnsma presented a clarification of the definitions of the crucial concepts for the discussion.
Melbourne : Former South Africa batsman AB de Villiers has shown his interest to play in the upcoming season of the Big Bash League (BBL) in Australia. The swashbuckling batsman, who hung his boots from international cricket in April last year, is understood to be on the lookout for a BBL club in the back half of next summer’s tournament, reports cricket.com.au.In the report, the website further stated that De Villiers’ management approached a number of clubs in the League. The 35-year-old has been in sublime form in the ongoing edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) where he has scored 307 runs, including four half centuries in the nine matches he played for the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).The 360-degree batsman represented Proteas in 114 Tests, 228 ODIs and 78 T20Is in which he amassed 8765, 9577 and 1672 runs, respectively. De Villiers, who has an overall IPL strike rate over 150, could be the biggest marquee signing for the BBL. IANSAlso Read: Sports News
“He was defensive throughout our last fight. I have watched the fight again and I have seen what needs to be done to counter his defensive strategy and knock him out. He has strength in abundance, but he fights only one way, which I have figured out. It will be a knockout,” Fijabi said in Lagos on Wednesday.Another headline bout of the evening will see Nigeria’s Stanley Eribo fight Tanzania’s Meshack Mwankemwa for the African Boxing Union welterweight title. GOtv Boxing Night 10, a milestone edition, will feature five other fights, including Oto Joseph versus Nurudeen Fatai Part 111.This is a fight that has bad blood written all over it. The two previous fights, including a title fight, Joe Boy came out victorious, a streak that Fatai will want to end.Also in action is Waidi Usman, West African featherweight champion, who takes on Dare Oyewole in a challenge bout. Kabiru Towolawi will fight Felix Igwe in a light heavyweight challenge duel. Two other potentially cracking fights will have Rilwan “Real One” Oladosu clash with Prince Nwoye in the lightweight division, while Rilwan Babatunde will seek to boost his impressive resume in light welterweight category by seeing off Sikiru Shogbesan.The best boxer at the event will go home with a cash prize of N1.5million and the Mojisola Ogunsanya Memorial Trophy.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Olaide Fijabi, West African light welterweight champion, has told his Ghanaian challenger for the title, Raphael Kwabena King, that he will encounter a different boxer from the one he met during a challenge bout at GOtv Boxing Night 9.Fijabi is slated to defend his title against the Ghanaian at GOtv Boxing Night 10 scheduled to hold on December 26, at the Indoor Sports Hall of the National Stadium, Lagos.The first fight between the duo ended in a split decision victory for Fijabi. But the coming one, said the Nigerian boxer, will provide him an opportunity to prove that he is much better than the Ghanaian.