RelatedPartnerships Critical in Advancing Work of the KSAC – Brown Burke RelatedPartnerships Critical in Advancing Work of the KSAC – Brown Burke Advertisements RelatedPartnerships Critical in Advancing Work of the KSAC – Brown Burke Partnerships Critical in Advancing Work of the KSAC – Brown Burke Local GovernmentApril 18, 2013 FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Mayor of Kingston, Senator Angela Brown Burke, says the partnerships created during the last fiscal year, have been critical in improving the operations of the Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation (KSAC).“I am particularly pleased at the partnerships we are building, internally and externally,” she stated.“This will ensure that the objectives of the Corporation are met, as well as improve the quality of life of those who live, work or raise families in Kingston and St. Andrew,” Mrs. Brown Burke added.She was addressing a press conference at the KSAC’s downtown Kingston offices on Tuesday, April 16, to highlight the achievements of the past year.The Mayor said the KSAC, in carrying out its work, is focussed on four main areas – citizens; community; council; and cash.She noted that all policies and programmes must be citizen-centred and must include their participation and meaningful involvement.As it relates to communities, she stated that the Council is committed to improving the standard of living through the provision of wholesome recreational facilities, sound community infrastructure and accessible opportunities for viable businesses.She informed that committees have been established to ensure that these objectives are achieved. They include: Ethics Committee; Audit Committee; and Divisional Allocation Committee.Turning to work of the Council, she said the body is committed to providing a professional service that respects residents while being receptive, responsive and accountable.As it relates to cash, Mrs. Brown Burke said the Council will have to generate enough revenue to effectively carry out its responsibilities and provide the requisite services.She noted that focus will be placed on public education campaigns “so that citizens are seized with the importance of paying local rates and how they are used and understand that we will be unable to provide an improved service if we cannot pay for it.”By Chris Patterson, JIS Reporter
The European Summer School in Economic History, Humboldt University Asylum and Migration Impact Lab Similar Stories Regional Master Programme in Human Rights and Democratization → Share 0 Tweet Deadline: 30 May 2014Open to: doctoral students, master students and young scholars from different parts of EuropeVenue: 1-5 September 2014, Berlin, GermanyDescriptionThe Summer School, sponsored by the European Historical Economics Society, Humboldt University and the London School of Economics, is dedicated to reversing this trend by bringing together young scholars from different parts of Europe whose research focuses on the economic history of Central, East and South-East Europe (CESEE) or on comparative development across different European regions. The Summer School will be interdisciplinary, drawing on recent advances in economics, economic history, and history, and thus welcomes applicants from all social sciences working on historical aspects of economic change.The Summer School held at the Humboldt University in Berlin, between 1-5 September 2014, offers a full-week intensive training programme. Lectures and seminars in the mornings will focus on general themes and methods, held by established scholars of CESEE economic history who have published in leading international academic journals. Workshop sessions in the afternoons will give students the opportunity to present and discuss their work.EligibilityThe Summer School is mainly open to doctoral students, but applications from master students at an advanced stage of their research and scholars who recently completed their doctorate will also be considered.CostsAll costs of participation, including travel, accommodation, and catering during the school sessions, will be covered by the organizers.ApplicationApplication deadline is 30 May 2014.In order to apply, submit a maximum 1,000 word summary of your proposed research (specifying the object and context of the investigation, the analytical approach you wish to follow and any preliminary findings you have established already), and a one-page curriculum vitae (listing educational qualifications, grants and prizes, academic publications and international conference attendance, if applicable) by email to Dr Tamás Vonyó (LSE) at [email protected] further information read the official call HERE. May 20, 2014 Published by tatjana Short Film Competition: ‘The Taste of Freedom’ Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. LinkedIn 0 Reddit +1 Pocket The 4th Edition of Ethnology Without Borders at the Warsaw University ← Catalyst Calls for Volunteers!