WORLD CRISIS. WE ARE THE PEOPLE. WE WANT TO LIVE. Creative society project Refugee crisis exposed Will the planet survive? The resort is immaculate. It is designed to be invulnerable to hacking. Detailed information on these and other challenges, as well as solutions, were presented by Creative Society on MayRead More →

WORLD CRISIS. WE ARE THE PEOPLE. WE WANT TO LIVE. Refugee crisis exposed Will the planet survive? The information expressed in the forum may shock even the most hardened skeptics. The facts presented leave no doubt as to their veracity. Each person must discover the truth expressed in the Forum.Read More →

WORLD CRISIS. WE ARE THE PEOPLE. WE WANT TO LIVE. Creative society project The planet’s core now has the greatest impact on climate, contrary to the anthropogenic factor theory. An incredible event will take place this spring, May 7, 2022 – the International Online Forum “Global Crisis. We Are People.Read More →

Caring for her husband with Alzheimer’s taught Connie Saldivar all about this form of dementia, helped her understand some of her actions, and showed her how she can stay strong. “The difference between patience and impatience is compassion and understanding, and I remind myself of that every day,” said Saldivar,Read More →

Davis Square in Somerville, Massachusetts, is a awesome place. Between 2010 and 2017, a group of its residents used the Russian-owned social networking platform Live Diary to host a community forum dedicated to topics of interest to the neighborhood. LiveJournal’s decision in 2017 to update its policies to require usersRead More →

Australian online regulators have formed the Digital Platform Regulators Forum (DP-REG), intended to increase cooperation and collaboration between their operations. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA), the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) ​​and the Office of the eSafety Commissioner (eSafety)Read More →

A breakfast-time discussion on climate change and its impacts on Detroit and Michigan will be streamed online for free on Friday, March 4. the online seminar will be hosted by The Nature Conservancy, Detroit Sustainable Business Network and Inforum, and will include presentations by atmospheric climatologist Katharine Hayhoe and MichiganRead More →

Activists who held an online information forum on the gas refinery project at Newport Twp on Thursday. recognized that there are many more questions than answers so far. They asked those affected to continue asking questions throughout the process — of elected officials and business representatives. Among the unanswered questionsRead More →

Answering questions about masking policies, snow days, enrollment limits and more, the two Naperville-area school principals participated in an online forum to provide answers on many topics affecting their districts. Moderated by Naperville Public Library Executive Director Dave Della Terza and Library Commissioner Ashfaq Syed, Wednesday’s Zoom forum was designedRead More →

Two years into this new decade, the challenges of reconstruction and rebound remain for higher education institutions in Canada. KELOWNA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA, February 25, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Two years into this new decade, the challenges of reconstruction and rebound remain for higher education institutions in Canada. The COVID-19 pandemicRead More →

Keith Koyano and Helen Tran The South Bay Civic Breakfast Club and AAPI Empowerment will host a Zoom event, “AAPI Candidates 2022,” on Monday, February 28 at 7:30 p.m. Free and open to the public. Registration is mandatory. Confirmed candidates and the positions for which they are applying: Jay Chen,Read More →

For its first installment of the Spring Puppet Forum Series 2022, the Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry at the University of Connecticut will host “Puppetry and Production Design” with a scenographer Carl Sprague Thursday, February 24 at 7 p.m. ET. This forum will take place on Zoom (registration required:Read More →

ROCHESTER — The options available for secondary suites, sometimes called granny flats, will be discussed in an online forum on Tuesday afternoon. Age-friendly Olmsted County will host the program from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday using Zoom software, via the link at https://FamilyServiceRochester-org.zoom.us/j/81159183932?pwd=US96UG54SGxGTEdRbUtRV1B0QWhrUT09 Secondary suites have been discussed inRead More →

Press Release: WUD SoPo Celebrates Black History Month with Congresswoman Gwen Moore Join us for a live virtual open forum with Rep. Gwen Moore (WI-04), hosted by the Wisconsin Labor Leadership Society and Policy Committee. Following Congresswoman Moore’s keynote address, attendees will be able to participate in a moderated question-and-answerRead More →

More than two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, many families in Columbus face obstacles as they attempt to return to the workforce. One of the biggest things they have to go through is finding affordable, high-quality child care. Following:“Parents tell us what they need to get back to work.” RepairRead More →

Three former university leaders on Wednesday decried the politicization of the UNC system during a discussion with an accreditation expert about university governance and ideological struggles in higher education. The live-streamed panel, hosted by the Coalition for Carolina, brought together former UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellors James Moeser and Holden Thorp; PaulRead More →

Jan. 28 – The Oregon Department of Transportation is hosting an online open house to share ideas on how to improve safety along Highway 199, a dangerous road Rogue Valley residents use to reach the Oregon Coast. The virtual meeting will take place from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. onRead More →

Stillwater state lawmakers joined the Stillwater League of Women Voters, Stillwater Public Library and Friends of the Stillwater Public Library on Thursday for their annual “Meet Your Legislators” forum. Due to concerns about COVID-19, Rep. Ty Burns, R-Morrison, Rep. Trish Ranson, D-Stillwater, Rep. John Talley, R-Stillwater, and Senator Tom Dugger,Read More →

Forest owners in Maine will be hosting their annual forest forum on Wednesday January 12th. This is a free event open to the public offering information on forestry and discussing topics of importance to forest owners. Again, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the organization’s biggest indoor event of the yearRead More →

Tuya Smart (“Tuya” or or the “Company”) (NYSE: TUYA), a global IoT development platform, hosted a high-level forum for European business leaders to discuss trends of IoT. Titled “Global Smart Connectivity: Sharing, Openness, Opportunities”, Tuya brought together various industry experts from across the European region to discuss the unique advantagesRead More →

Delegates discuss localization as key to market success SANTA CLARA, California, Dec. 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Tuya Smart (“Tuya” or or the “Company”) (NYSE: TUYA), a global IoT development platform, hosted a high-level forum for leaders European companies to discuss IoT trends. Titled “Global Smart Connectivity: Sharing, Openness,Read More →

Delegates discuss localization as key to market success SANTA CLARA, California, Dec. 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Tuya Smart (“Tuya” or or the “Company”) (NYSE: TUYA), a global IoT development platform, hosted a high-level forum for leaders European companies to discuss IoT trends. Titled “Global Smart Connectivity: Sharing, Openness,Read More →

Copyright 2022 PR Newswire. All rights reserved2021-12-07 Delegates discuss localization as key to market success SANTA CLARA, Calif., Dec. 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Tuya Smart (“Tuya” or the “Company”) (NYSE: TUYA), a global IoT development platform, has convened a high-level forum for business leaders European companies to discuss IoT trends.Read More →

The Comox Valley community is invited to an online discussion Nov. 24 on the power of immigrant employment. Black press kit photo Discover the power of immigrant employment through an online forum Comox Valley community invited to online discussion on November 24 The Welcoming Communities Coalition (WCC) at the ImmigrantRead More →

The China Media Group (CMG) held an online forum on Tuesday in collaboration with three major Argentine media outlets to mark the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries. More than 10 experts and media representatives from China and Argentina conducted in-depth discussions on the topic “China DevelopmentRead More →

SOUTH OREGON – A virtual forum on illegal marijuana cultivation was held earlier this evening with State Representative Pam Marsh. The forum included speakers from the Oregon Department of Agriculture, the Jackson County Marijuana Advisory Committee, the Jackson County Sheriff, and more. It aimed to solve the problems related toRead More →

The mayoral by-election is Wednesday, November 3. The Moose Jaw & District Chamber of Commerce hosted a virtual discussion for mayoral candidates on October 21, with the chamber asking them three questions in advance and asking several questions submitted online. The candidates included Con. Heather Eby, Council. Kim Robinson, Council.Read More →

Food waste reduction, air quality and environmental regulations are some of the topics of discussion at the NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) Virtual Community Forum on Friday, November 19. EPA Executive Director, Engagement, Education and Programs, Liesbet Spanjaard, said members of the NSW community interested in EPA’s work are invitedRead More →

– Advertising – Residents of the Borough of Gedling had the opportunity to question the Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner and local police chiefs last night (October 7) in a public meeting online. Residents were invited to submit questions and comments ahead of the meeting hosted by Caroline Henry, NottinghamRead More →

Green Mountain Conservation Group will present an online forum on Wednesday, October 13, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., featuring community leaders, organizations and local scientists who are tackling the plastics problem and learning about the latest research , legislation and possible solutions. Tara Schroeder and Jill Emerson of theRead More →

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – Eight candidates for four vacant Pennsylvania appellate court seats are scheduled to participate in an online forum on Monday, Sept. 20, six weeks before the November election. The format will be question-and-answer, with most candidates’ responses limited to 30 seconds, according to Debbie Gross, president ofRead More →

The five Kootenay-Columbia candidates in the upcoming federal election met on Wednesday in an online forum designed to address economic and social issues. The forum, hosted by the Nelson & District Chamber of Commerce and Nelson At Its Best, solicited questions from 10 subject matter experts in Nelson. They thenRead More →

The five Kootenay-Columbia candidates in the upcoming federal election met on Wednesday in an online forum designed to address economic and social issues. The forum, hosted by the Nelson & District Chamber of Commerce and Nelson At Its Best, solicited questions from 10 subject matter experts in Nelson. They thenRead More →

Ventura, California – Ventura County Behavioral Health (VCBH), part of the Ventura County Health Care Agency, will host its 6th Annual Suicide Prevention Forum as a virtual event on September 23, 2021, from 16 a.m. to 6 p.m. This year’s conference, titled “Conversations on Suicide, Help and Hope,” will featureRead More →

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Digizen Taiwan has cooperated with the Institute for Information Industry (III), National Yang Ming Chiao Tung National University (NYCU) and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) to organize an online forum titled “Taiwan’s Golden Decade” in August. The forum invited 100 guests from industries considered “role models” or “potential candidates”Read More →

Kootenay — Columbia candidates from left to right: Robin Goldsbury, Wayne Stetski, Rana Nelson and Rob Morrison. Photographic illustration by Bailey Gingras-Hamilton As the federal election approaches, young leaders and environmental activists are pressuring potential candidates to commit to climate change, affordable housing and more. Friday’s For Future West KootenayRead More →

Artist groups pushing for social justice converged to examine how art and activism intersect to rally and protest against oppressive regimes. In the recent online forum titled “Intersections of Art, Activism and Social Justice in the Philippines,” several art movements discussed their role in the critical discourse and protest movementsRead More →

As part of its exploration of pathways to mitigate human impact on Earth’s health, the New York-based Garrison Institute will host an online forum titled “Pathways to Planetary Health: Dialogue on Meditation” on September 14, examining how meditation can help promote planetary health by transforming human consciousness. The interactive, live-streamedRead More →

+6 An estimated audience of 43,000 watched the 4th Chinese Community COVID-19 Online Forum, held on August 1. Organized by the Australian Chinese Medical Practitioners Society (ACMPS), the online forum provided information from seven general practitioners and specialists of Chinese descent on the current COVID vaccination and its deployment andRead More →