20 Burst results for "Youth Development"

Biden Administration To Distribute More Than 25 Million Face Masks To Disadvantaged Groups

WBZ Afternoon News

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Biden Administration To Distribute More Than 25 Million Face Masks To Disadvantaged Groups

"Boston City councilor and mayoral candidate Andrea Campbell has a plan that she says would make the Boston police Department more transparent and accountable. She says she wants to address the root causes of violence and crime. And by doing so, she wants to reallocate 10% of the police budget to then invest in economic justice, public health and other youth development strategies. The plan would also set up a system of true civilian oversight, in her words would focus on investing directly into neighborhoods and opportunities for young Bostonians.

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"youth development" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

04:24 min | 7 months ago

"youth development" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"In that. Yeah think. It's it's. What's the purpose of them moving more and what's the purpose of giving them? A movement opportunities in. In schools and enough shut-ins, and it goes back to that universal claim that what we're trying to do is get them to move more for longer but. Equipping them with the. The toes and the knowledge skills and understanding. But again, you know they're they're the that's Detroit pal type response that we've had many years to move more. You need knowledge skills and understanding. These days in the last few years actually I'm not sure that is what you need. I think I think having pulled. Putin. You better off having the not have enough. But I think now you need strong emotional connectedness. Movement, you probably need strong social, bonds Within the movement environment said that you feel safe secure will sense of belonging connected to the people around you. So I think the social and emotional drivers. Now Naughty skills in understanding, you can have knowledge about that. You could note that you respond better as an individual when you feel sense of connectedness to those around here. But I'm not sure that's what we always talk about knowledge skills and understanding it tends to be suit I science it tends to be. Knowledge around health. Evidence. Well, at the handle, they just say ten years. Really question. Knowledge at the Behavior Challenger. I I'm not sure that it does change young people's behavior. I'm not sure it changes that I was behind. The assumption that way we driven by Russian addity human beings. Therefore know that physical activities good few you are going to be physically active. I think. That seems a somewhat dubious assumption. On I'm not sure that as many active adults whose motivation has been blown and carried through from when they were. Ten twelve fourteen years of age into that footage because when leg with ten somebody tells them that it was really good for them. I think people stay active because I find the love full a movement. Context. That And that drives a such a range of factors with the people with the place. I think it probably is how you learn to identify with yourself in that movement context. Are you feeling? Strong successful will confident or comfortable bull is there a degree of self efficacy going on? So. Again, we in upon that psychosocial domain. As Essential Knowledge for people working in this field. So. A question Bash in I think we've really underplay the effective emotional. The mine When it comes to support him behaviors. Yeah I think this would be a wonderful round up for our. Part.

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"youth development" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

03:10 min | 7 months ago

"youth development" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"There'd be some reluctance an conservatism. Within physical educations and I thought might be correct me if If I'm wrong, seems to be slightly more. Forward, thinking, entices tonight but when I entered the profession As the P. Community tended to see themselves as somewhat more progressive. And we would look to somewhat disparagingly without out with a degree of Snow Parade. A. Wave of the of my career, I think the pendulum has Swung if I want to look for really good child Engaging pedagogy I got some of the governing bodies and the. the official coaching. Manuals and and philosophies. Now. Whether that plays out if I picked up a soccer club, rugby club. Week in week out working with A. Inevitably, we have volunteered cultures. The Gist of Culture Education is incredibly challenge in there, but nevertheless, if I if I want to look full. That sort of child learner centered athlete centered pedagogy. They certainly, some brilliant stuff that's being developed in Spool. If I want to see you know sometimes discovered into schools and. We. WORK INTO SUPPORT Training Teachers and mentors. And if I WANNA see some. The. Absolute replicates, Looks Executive Siamese, the physical education I hide. Thirty five years ago as a teenager. Can still see plenty of it in schools I can see. Really good practices. Well, I can see. A minority of I really don't want to be ill sound disparaging in toll, I? Think the stretches in which people are operated. I think the way we educate a teachers the way that they given. Tournament and allowed to be creative as big structural issues that we have to unpick. I'm not I'm not pointing the finger to. The individuals who delivery lessons like mine. But if I want to see math if I got to mess class. Ghost. The kids learning maxine of very different white. So I did thirty five years ago. I. Think that's huge questions why it wise jumped ahead a watch Simon we we need to we need to tackle that. Night I think what you already mentioned about P. The there is danger that it just becomes physical activity just having people young people move more, and then we can ask what is the educational..

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"youth development" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

04:10 min | 7 months ago

"youth development" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Public Policy Statement that I think touches upon the things that you're referring to. For, me that the absence of the word might. Tyke set to a different place. Exciting opportunities to compete in sport might build character or can contribute or in certain circumstances can but they presented as an absolute truth and. Again That comes from a very, very specific So often questions around that. Lots Armstrong did an awful lot of spoil and I'm not sure I'm not sure you're wise exhibited fairness and respect. And if he was an absolute truth, you would a bail to fund exceptions to. I mean, absolutely. So the next question to ask well for whom and and wear an Unin-, what kind of circumstances as well and I think that's a big. Thinking of this meaningfulness research in in Sport and Physical Education and obviously we haven't gotten very far but we haven't really addressed issues about gender class equality of opportunity oldest different intersecting identities that will have an impact on what kind of experience young people will have in sport and we should not automatically. Assume that. that. Sport will be a meaningful experience it might but it might not. Absolute. Day In office. People have their journeys and funded by in and Those questions really come to the full of a few years ago when. I was reading intrigued by the work of. Started off with a guide you Kayak Rebecca Bowen, who who writes on education from a critical perspective critical rice perspective. And that led. Me To explore some of the sources of his inspiration. From the US and some wonderful. Critical educators in. Particular Woman Gloria let's billion and. At and then that's been drawn into physical education. Colleague Confronted Free Hand Lynch's. Embracing. Critical into section work in work and then. Laura as a retail and. A. Penny wonderful. What is beginning to ask the question but when you look coppee Probably Sport is well. Kevin Hill is bringing Why we behind the curve on that? This was. The Lively An important conversations that started a long time ago. Now I get it takes the time to the new knowledge to filter into different disciplines in subject areas. But if we look at a really big questions you up around who's benefiting, who's not benefit in wise a resume in the outcome so. Uneven Nick inequitably distributed. Then, we have to also very difficult and sometimes very uncomfortable questions because. In A WITH A, we work in his research with working on in. The front line working with young people. We. The part of the problem or we trying to. Would towards a solution than probably copied And so. I think he's a very question. Why why? I thought you kinda thing to beat in reading work from from. Other countries. Seems to be..

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"youth development" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

04:18 min | 7 months ago

"youth development" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"All down that self study route because they looking at the Colossus in front of them and I can relate to this. The thing I was in that position and looking at thinking something's not working in here and being able to interrogate that. Seek onces. ooh. Announces. Requires asking the right question in the first place. Nothing blood anything over the last few years he's Asking the question is just some important, sometimes, very difficult as you said. We got with Flo so much because it's presented this holy goods. And we done. We hardly ever have compensation but I work in with a lot of people guiding to primary education than it'd be half the wife for inadequate one day of PA. So we try and I'm pick what is paying what we do in it full of never worked in that context where health basically specific. Hasn't been flagged up and I think very complicated relationships. To explore the relationship between me and Baixa take a is there even one but as you said, it's it's site embedded in commonsensical danger response. Figures suggests at nine if you've been. People like David Kirk even quick question the phrase obesity epidemic. I. Think John. Evans also questions that that language. But if we if we just go with accepting the Baby's something I'd I basically If such nature response. Bumba I've it's p. get the kids to run more in the in England of wells. Now, what a not so countries now but starred in Scotland actually got this thing Nicole, the daily Maya were. Given. Fifteen minutes he's meant to be delivered aesthetic I three days early. Fifty minutes in school and they they run a walk and you got to the ninety mile website. You see a head teacher who started it specifically citing the first couple of sentences unnoticed. The children were less fit and we're gaining white so I might run everyday. The evidence base. If it's presented by bus in our. Like great and maybe evidence based on the outcomes would have to be. Returning a mortgage onto physical activity to. The that as normal unhappy to poverty life as a very positive part of their life, and that's that helps them flushing their life and if if the eighty miles doing that then absolutely right I skied for it. But in American told them right beautiful paper I. Think it was last year with he really us. Dave site similar questions with on. What is the evidence spice and is it just? Archaeologically driven discourse. mean. We discussed about life skills earlier and isn't. It's IT'S A discourse that everybody recognizes that if you play sports or if you're involved in. In, Youth Sport, you will become a good a. Good person in terms of you can. Manage. Your time and you can work in teams and you have higher hard work ethic and all these things. But is it an ideology that we keep repeating it because we have been? taught to use this discourse or Do we actually know what's going on. I, mean, I've referred to Nestle Quik. Purposive study. And At the last sentence in it. Says Opportunities to compete in sports and activities build character and help to embed venues touches feminism respect. There's a very see..

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"youth development" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

02:33 min | 7 months ago

"youth development" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"In fact that when hit hip thoughts and you WANNA prove calls them but. A what's What I think it's really really difficult as that start with that. This is challenging in its complex and I think it requires the I think requires. The thing I love about the. The meaniful pe work is it's joined-up thinking. Thinking this spice for the research. And the academic and the spice for the practitioner. To bugs cross rose and to absolutely collaborate and I don't think we can have. Any progress on engage in more young people positively in physical activity until we really. The wait until that becomes the absolute default position I don't think we could really sustain. Academics during their things and practitioners doing nothing never took makes a really difficult and then you got a huge question of way the we go for inspiration and evidence research. In order to to bring that into the spice is pay. Because they you know wanted things that I've learned in the last few years is. We enjoy inspiration from many different fields to contribute to. that. So one of the big challenges of probably the weakness is coming from a critical perspective starting off with appropriate and then looking at. Constructive solutions if that, if if there is such a thing as a solution is. That we've we've been taking policy in practice from such, a small cross section of society for so long is absolutely shocked will physical education has become what how it's constructed the meaning attached to it, the news and the outcomes that are attached to it. I mean you have to look at the purpose of study statement on upbeat in eastern but. The in England, the wells as the national curriculum. And the purpose of study says, what is the purpose of PA and it's a one paragraph it's a six seven line paragraph. Highly, highly problematic. It's boone out of very specific call it the owner j gendered in class and rice, and it all comes together in those seven sentences. So what does that mean? So it's three sentences lawn..

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"youth development" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

02:32 min | 7 months ago

"youth development" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"ORIENTED PRACTICES TO ENGAGE WITH so As as a parent. Seeing children flourishing plight. Being folks fat. Now. Would be an advocate and you know I get. into. It up, in Africa that. Place should be. About With main contextualized. Activities whether it's clear. purpose where it means something we don't always know what's meaningful to all the kids who are in front in across. But. Crossing. Bikes that guiding biased activities if we WANNA, use a particular pedagogy refers to particular activity areas. Games but. We should lots working taking that approach and put in into non games. Three positive pedagogy very much what I would buy into I would advocate with the training of what that's not to say, we never come out of games We never come out of plight we never come out contextualized practices a thing. That has to be atomic place to do that, but that's driven by the needs of the of the learners. So I think play is is super reaching learning possibilities outcomes, and now I think we don't really needs to come out with it. I think it should be the dominant married. Wedding to secondary school and this is the other thing that. We have lots of conversations about winning is is always associated with very young children. and. In the UK we stop children younger than any other nation in. Europe with. -Education. The young children are in class. In A. Four five years of age so plays always associated fat what we one that that foot seven year old is great but. I think he's absa the appropriate old white through teenage years and even in a sporting context of favorite. Videos was watching. The Spanish football team when they were. Far, away the best football team in the world and playing they were playing in chain tag than if you have a sore at Chiang Tag. Up. And of course, there's purposeful lightest change direction as acceleration..

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"youth development" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

04:55 min | 7 months ago

"youth development" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Young people was meant to be teaching than the from me What one of the things at time of working in London is the teaches correze. Tended to progress quickly if not bit too quickly so. February. macos was managing a team managing a curriculum area. Come to grips with, with. Video already sinking around what what's relevant to young people young people who had. Leaked in a very different life to the life, I was having their age. in in every respect. That's why I say much more about what's relevant in their life. Didn't necessarily get all right I think the last. Few Years of month sixteen years teaching in London. Often Of. Might be in quite good attain. A moved into the rich -cation. At University in London and then moved to my current position for years ago at Kingston University and on the way when I stopped. Teaching in schools. My partner and I, we would At young kids Professionally, really interested in. The big conversation at a time, we're talking about the two, thousand, five, two, thousand, nine lots of compensation were coming through on movement competency and. What moved into. Physical Literacy. I was really interested in how children learn to move about transferable movement patterns. Still reasonably interested in that I think we. Played a little bit thinking moved on. The, Athol, at the time, we can unlock the one physical activity by ensuring that young children learn to move better. As thing that's a key part of the Jigsaw I think. Base. Very, very important. So we started working. In a private capacity, because that's the only way we could do that. We started looking at progress with like. With working with three to rose originally very different to the secondary school young people who was working with We just highest hose. Would just try lots of. Different approaches that chart to blend a penalty that. was really driven by plight. And I guess what is now referred to what would now be called purposeful play so I could of Mike Sense of it now that I've been university for. Thirteen years I. Again enough a privilege to be to read and thinking right and and teach. And looking back was doing was purposeful play with clear movement outcomes. We ran that full of fourteen years until last year actually. So, alert light working with. Young children, a male of what we've Post Grad. So yeah, I've worked with three three roads to I guess forty three year olds if not be able to fight instead of yet is it really has been a privilege. and. It continues to continue to talk to really interesting people unlearn lunch from from the community ridden. And you mentioned that the idea or concept of place his essential to that the new mentioned move into this idea about purposeful place. So maybe you can expand a little bit on what that entails yet when. People move into teacher education than into higher education, probably become better teachers. Would stop working fulltime in school Save myself is conversational happy with the. Team at university about all always still teaches. Christ colleague Alex Things. Just transition from school to university personal identity..

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"youth development" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

04:14 min | 7 months ago

"youth development" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Today's episode continues explorations of meaning and value of physical education in young people's lives that were initiated in a previous episode on meaningful Physical Education Project launched by dea training crowning in Fletcher. Today our discussion shaped by critical perspective, and there will be some critical discussions on some of the well established ideas such as fun as an essential element of P. And whether and how sports support positive youth develop our guest is the founder and director of the center. For Physical Education, sport, and activity that sits in the school of Education at Kingston University. The center's mission is to make Physical Education Sport and physical activity meaningful relevant and wonderful for all young people by aligning excellent teaching research and practice. In addition to his university work, our guest also launched the my move up in twenty nineteen, which will be the topic of the second part of this episode later on. My move eastern APP. That allows practitioners support young people in developing a physical activity habit and provides the data for schools to monitor impact review and celebrate their work in P., e. and spot. For more information, please listen to the second part of the episode later on, and you can also access the website my move up dot com. Thank you so much for joining me today and welcome to the podcast. Correct Trier. As opposed to thank you for having me. You've done so much different work in physical education for a very long time from from doing the actual teaching yourself to than Educating Physical Education Teachers. So it would be really nice to have us start for our discussion just some reflections on your journey in in physical education, how your thoughts and your philosophy around that has developed over the years. Will you have a question and I? Certainly in the UK, we will not the best reflected well a token about out journeys. And it's difficult to stop because I. think it's always evolving. And I think the first thing that comes to mind is that mob looking locks has been very privileged in anybody's might not working. Life has been very privileged to. Was Really lucky to to have a good university. Coast, not because it was a particularly universe to take over I think it would probably claim to be saved but it was because. I had already you have in four years to learn about his education, which is a pathway, which is not too many people in the UK anymore Miami because it's expensive to run. So during that time, I think that really light the foundation for future. What can I knew that I wanted to work in London was originally from London and I went to university out of London wanted to return specifically work in London Mitch. Looking back I get now. Of Traditions I, was following and critique some of these traditions around. I think this boon partly out of philanthropy I guess if money's looking back in some of that said it will be. Paternity sticking potentially patronize now. With the way, the May now would have made the same decisions for the same reasons is may twenty something? So I've been went to work in in in London and that really shite my thinking aloud very very quickly. I always maintain I probably learn far more from the..

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"youth development" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:38 min | 8 months ago

"youth development" Discussed on WJR 760

"Support additional mentoring programs in the community like midnight golf. We support figure skating in Detroit that uses figure skating sort of as the way to get kids, particularly young girls involved. We support Now we're involved very closely with first tea of Greater Detroit. And so we're looking for programs that keep particularly kids that are under served on the right path to stay in school. To maybe use athletics or some extracurricular activity is a way to engage with others and learn life skills. And so that's what brought us together. So what can you tell our listeners a little bit about the grant we just made to you from the Children's Foundation. Absolutely. We've engaged in our first grant with the Children's Foundation to support our health and wellness programming and sorted into manners. One programmatically, and that's actually helping us with staffing growing our staff in a way that's gonna help us to expand our health programming in particular around the sport of squash, which is one of the healthiest sports one can play. And also in terms of fitness and nutrition and mental health so that we're really grateful for that support because we realized that we play a very important role in the lives of our students, and to be able to provide that wraparound support, including health is really important. You mentioned three of our focus areas, nutrition exercise and then mental health, So it's a natural connection that we came together. I really appreciate the approach that the Children's Foundation takes in thinking about these partnerships. It's not simply a funding relationship. Appreciate that you've helped us to think through other potential thunders other potential part Hers, and I look forward to that partnership growing. Absolutely. So tell us about the capital project that we're helping phone, too, in a small way, But it's a big project. So our listeners need to know about that. Yeah, I'm excited to talk about it. The other piece of the grant that I mentioned is a capital gift toward what is really the monumental challenge of our organization's history, which is to create dedicated education and youth development Center specific to our program to our organisation and our home for the last 10 years has been the Northwest. City Centre, an incredible community resource in the northwest Detroit that has grown us from an idea to Ah full fledged organization, right. We've we've had our ceiling. We really want to be able to serve more young people, and we wantto think 50 years out, and we want to know that our organization is going to be in a position to grow and be a presence in the northwest Detroit for decades to come. So that has led us to the ambitious project of building a 19,000 Square foot Education and Youth Development Center that we're calling the neighborhood portal, the college and career. Okay, that also will be a health hub for the young people in our program. They'll come after school, as they do now, and they'll be exercising. They'll be studying.

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"youth development" Discussed on The Heart

The Heart

06:49 min | 8 months ago

"youth development" Discussed on The Heart

"Sitting in the cabin. I thought if it has taken me this long my entire adulthood to have an honest conversation with my mom. What makes me think that that conversation will happen today? Then before I. Even noticed her enter my mother was in the room. There's a QNA at seven o'clock. She said, do you want to go? I said I want to ask him about how I struggle a lot with the cultural differences between us. I love you very much but it feels like I really can't share any of my life with you. And that I have to keep things secret and that really hurts me. And immediately, she cut me off said well, as soon as you say that everyone is just going to think that you're gay. And I was like. While I'm not gay. And so it if I was maybe I'll be gay later when I'm older. And she was like you to ask that you can't ask that you're not allowed to ask that. She was like, what about me? You brought me onto this boat this place where I can escape you can't torture me here. I was like, but can I talk to you about some of these things and my heart is just like racing because there has been so much time building up to this conversation I. Tell Myself over and over again man who? Bam. I am good. I've been thinking about this I mean I wanna be so out loud myself anybody meet I tell them my whole life story I don't care at all I'll tell on a stage two thousand people I'll tell them my biggest deepest darkest thing. And then with you guys, it feels like I keep most of my life secret from you. And it feels like, I'm not welcome to share my life with you and so it makes it. So that I constantly have this thing where you're my family, you're the most important people in my life and it feels like you don't know me I feel like there's this big. Block in my life, which is. Now. I can't help it. I turned out. I. AM. Sorry. But like I turned out to be different and it's just the way. So it's very. It's very hard like I can't change that I'm not trying to hurt you ever ever ever ever but I have to be myself like I have to. Do. You know what? I don't have control I. Think I have control. But I don't have control over my life and that way to. To Change, myself. And Like I'm. I'm a good person and I'm not. Endanger and I'm not fucking up I'm like I'm just fine I'm just a little bit different from you guys. I know I'm sorry I. Know It's like you. People for. It I'm going to throw myself into the ocean because of you that's not fair. Woody mean that's not fair. I'm not trying to hurt you what all I like. The thing that WHO Position that I'm not comfortable. You know. You CAN'T FORCE TO LOSE UP THEY GET. I don't WanNa do. You can't force. We drags up something that they are not like. I don't want to force you to do anything I would never force you. You're you're yourself in you're entitled to all of your opinion you have to think you'll have to think in the long run. You cannot take something for the next two three years. Got May feel okay. Her there is none of your life if you WanNa have a kid if you want to. These things. It's time to I. Don't have time to raise the yet. I know but I'm not. Don't have time to waste the I know but I'm working on I'm trying to figure it out like I do things like I come to exactly what this? Low quizzes what? Youth Development they come are around your age. She says, you don't have time to waste. You don't have two more years three more years you don't. It's not time to play around, but I'm not I don't even know what people mean by playing around. I'm like I'm living my life data doing. This is a dead end situation you should stop turn around. Right, but I don't know if I'm in a situation. Part of what makes it hard for me to know if I'm in a dead end situation is having to keep it secret from you. If that makes sense on learn to just keep my sisters because. I this Fisher dvd you I can never get too good to you. I never could get. But. What? MED CPI. That, you wear something if I get called it to you, you see copy on. All. That as tipping about this. When I call tree to I, want you to be the best you could be. People Georgiou but you. People Georgia who? You. Look. I. Guess I say that because I have to say that because I love you I want you to their best live often for you it's confusing for me because I just feel like. Oh it hurts my feelings when someone says, my shirt is ugly or I should put something else on or I should get my warts removed that hurts my feelings. Feeding well, first of all. I just I just unlike. I'm a little bit bothered by the value system. Wide have looks matter so much but second of all, but let me just say second of all a feels like as a woman and especially a Persian woman I have had to work so hard to feel beautiful over the women in our in this community, and even just like women today are taught to feel so ugly and I have fought that I wouldn't feel self conscious on this boat which I feel extremely self conscious if I didn't know that you didn't they you felt your the one who've your self conscious about how I look.

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"youth development" Discussed on News Beat

News Beat

05:50 min | 11 months ago

"youth development" Discussed on News Beat

"I? Tonight with a mountain national course to grind police brutality against black Americans. There's a new call for deep structural reform of policing across the country. Many are now demanding departments be defended, dismantled or I want people to understand that we are committed. We are committed. To shifting resources. To ensure that the focus is on our young. There's several things the Justice Committee is advocating for some of those things include the removal of NYPD from. Service roles in his first responders for people who are in mental health or emotional distress, and the removal of the why PD from schools and Youth Development Services, but we know that officers are currently serving as safety agents in how that makes young people feel is indicative of the policing system a in school to prison pipeline. Outside of that, we are looking for officers who have been involved in the killings and murders of the families that we work with to be fired and Eric Garner case. It's at five years for Daniel Pantaleo. Be fired. Angry crowds tonight on the streets of New York protesting yet another controversial grand jury decision. Adding a new chance to the growing chorus of civil discontent across the country now responding to the white police officers seen here, not facing charges for holding down an unarmed black man Eric Garner in an apparent chokehold that is said to eventually killed him. And then some of those officers are still working. Who are involved in that case, even today Wayne Isaacs who murdered del wrong small still working you know in south there are several different things were advocating for times of them being fired, but also is not just those who have murdered these loved ones of our family members that we work with the also. We need the officers who we know. are committing police, brutality and violence against different people to also be fired because it's not enough to keep them on the fourth, just because they don't have a murder case against them at the moment you know. We feel that. Those things would definitely support our families. It will bring some sort of justice to these lived experience that these families have gone through, because obviously just never be served in the ways that they would like because you can't bring those family members back, you know. And so as far as repealing fifty a that's something that we've been working on for years and something that we believe should be repealed and. Lawmakers heard their cries and changes coming to police departments across the passage of a new bill in Albany repeal of fifty a which will make public disciplinary records of officers statewide. The big thing with the as that it protects so much police, information and secret thieves of there are several different instances in which the fifty a weren't in effect in the ways that it is within New York that potentially Eric Garner could be alive right now, remark Graham could be alive because the officers that were involved in those cases, already had misconduct vials brought against them. It's just that that was not information that was.

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Dozens allege abuse at youth detention center

77WABC Programming

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Dozens allege abuse at youth detention center

"A class action lawsuit filed Saturday alleges decades of abuse at New Hampshire state run youth detention center the lawsuit comes six months after two former counselors were charged with repeatedly raping a teenage boy at the youth development center in Manchester in the late nineteen

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News in Brief 20 February 2019

UN News

03:05 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 20 February 2019

"This is the news in brief from United Nations. The situation in the southern part of south Sudan is extremely volatile would rampant rights violations that may amount to war crimes the U N commission on human rights in the country revealed on Wednesday in its third report to be presented to the Human Rights Council in March commission chair as means Suka said there is a confirmed pattern of how combatants attack villages plunder homes, take women as sexual slaves and then set homes alight often with people in them, the commission urged the government the region and international community to take urgent steps to respect the cessation of stability implement, the revitalized agreement signed five months ago in push to silence the guns completely according to the UN children's fund UNICEF twenty five percent of those targeted by sexual violence. Our children, including girls as young as seven elderly and pregnant women have also been raped while sexual violence against men and boys is under reported because it's. Sigma is higher than that of raping and killing the young and the elderly. Meanwhile, a new World Health Organization or WHO report on global health expenditure reveals that spending on health is outpacing the rest of the global economy accounting for ten percent of global gross domestic product hail spending his made up of government expenditure out of pocket payments and other sources such as Voluntary Health insurance in employer provided health programs while reliance on out of pocket expenses is slowly declining around the world. The report highlights that in low and middle income countries domestic public funding for health is increasing in external funding in middle income countries declining. The report also points to ways at policymakers health professionals in citizens alike can continue to strengthen L systems, Dr anissa car, the blue Joe's director for health systems, governance in financing said that health is a human rights and all countries need to prioritize efficient cost effective. Primary healthcare as the path to achieving universal health coverage and sustainable development goals. The United Nations launched on Wednesday. It's biennial world youth report, which is the progress made in addressing youth issues assess policy gaps in charts possible policy responses, noting that there are one point two billion fifteen to twenty four year olds in the world today. The report points out that one hundred forty two million use of upper secondary age are out of school. Seventy one million people are unemployed in millions of others are in precarious or informal work. It underscores that although all the sustainable development goals are critical education and employment are fundamental to overall youth development, while emphasizing their to twenty study agenda for sustainable development offers innumerable opportunities for young people to thrive. The report spells that more political commitment financing and targeted interventions are needed particularly in the areas of. Education and employment. Were large gaps remain an academy United Nations.

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"youth development" Discussed on The Ready State

The Ready State

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"youth development" Discussed on The Ready State

"In the kingdom of the tone sought that the uniform would be black in a sense of a non the All Blacks and the game wreck as very much dime. I mean, it's it's it's if it's like NFL without stoppages in with that particular equipment. In people need to be out around more than five meters than eat about around about six to four to six mile on a game site. It's a full on collision sport. We we have broken binds mice games in this. You know, it's pretty confrontational in bicycling a war of attrition. Territory to score points. In the team's pretty successful history. It's about I to win win right size. Detain doesn't lose much in the team travels. The world stoldas taken on taking on the world out of suitcases, but him. Mm rugby is a prototype a lot where do we go? What I wanna make sure that we're focusing around because the the framework cares. He you you are an expert in managing demands of very high high professional high level, professional sport. But you're also have become this expert in environment. When I think it's really interesting, then when we flip that and look through the framework of youth development from two two points. One is that you have kids, which is I think going to be an interesting part about, you know, are your kids out there planning the countries with you and secondarily. I think rugby in New Zealand has a pretty good academy program. Will you get to really track and and sort of influence, youth development Leeson this sport? And can you begin to just if we unraveled sort of the this onion of youth development? How have you seen changes in youth over the last? Let's say ten years is there a change in sort of youth development. Is there something shifting around kids in New Zealand? You've seen y'all think in New Zealand what we've seen is we've seen a shift away from exercise will physically physically dictation will sporting activity is all my spare Bain removed from the skull curriculum in you know, the schools are now a now not necessarily providing opportunities for kids stakes. So as luck that used to. So what's happened to him as as parents and kids having to look for -tunities outside of skull in. So I suppose over the last probably three or four years in New Zealand. Of seeing a greater. We miss integrator modification from parents in kids to look opportunities outside of school with its exercise programs or gym memberships, or you know, Yagi Gerke, so whatever it's nothing to do with SCO. Whereas, you know, we know I was at school everything you did was at school you played rugby for your SCO. You played football fiasco. That's what's hit in New Zealand. The skull system is sort of removed it from the from the sort of responsibility on suppose in in superior kids having to look for ways outside of SCO to to achieve that that outlet that exercise that that that competetive outlet sallied, it's probably a shift of of being aware of the last few years. Us then it seems like only the privileged kids then have an opportunity to exercise, right? If their parents have the means vehicle to often after school programs, right? And it's absolutely car problem on the around the rest of the world. But it's definitely definitely the case. You've got you've got peer with the resource the money the time to to be to help and carriage and facilitate that or you have these kids snuck really having the opportunity site. Yeah. Comes a little bit down to to to money paternity in in in spies, motivation and knowledge as well. So Kelly mentioned that you have kids, and I know you do, but I was hoping you could tell us a little bit about them. And what kind of sports if any they do. And then I'll follow that up a couple more questions just about how you guys do things in your family. You not good Christian or I'll to gills sit in half in seventeen and a half and. Supplies of being really conscious myself not to push them today. Too much on lots of parents push in in guy, one extreme in supplies on my philosophy is to encourage and support provide opportunity in in in allow the gills to try and figure out what they enjoy why they enjoy it. So that when they leave me time and guy off on their own journey of life that I've got the tolls in the ability to a spice Mike decisions in into it for the raisins versus doing it because I've told to do it..

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"youth development" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland

WRFR-LP Rockland

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"youth development" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland

"James love or confusion well as i say maine's top court they're they're grappling away with the justice system how is treating young people and jake blumberg of the bgn just put it on the cloud and let's take some pieces that are that they're judges the state's top court questioned whether the justice system is failing young mainers this was on wednesday during the hearing it's a skull hagan teen suing overturns commitment to maine's youth prison during that hearing justices appeared skeptical that the state offers troubled teens the full range of services that they need now focus of one sixteen year old they called jr in the court documents this represents the state's highest court being asked to weigh in on the efficacy generally completely of mainz juvenile justice system debates and percolating through the public to the legislature for two years you know we've had these troubles at long creek youth development center deaths the short and a lot of other brutalities there so ups so in the court the chief justice late softly she said the state appears to leap from home care incarceration there should be some intermediary options available to young people quote if the only thing we have available for a sixteen year old who's stealing cash is long creek that we not failed our kids softly said quote long creek is not a treatment facility these these kids are lockdown miss falls them for the rest of their lives changes who they are unquote we're having been a sticky wicket here all right well then anyway last october jr was sentenced to encourage long creek at.

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"youth development" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"youth development" Discussed on KOMO

"Had you asian youth development and abstinence education the suit says since the programme starred in 2010 through 2016 the teen birth rate in the united states has dropped by forty one percent a spokesman for the department says the agency cannot comment on pending litigation eric heintz komo news a and it's time to get to the komo sports desk with tom hutyler mel david colette scored sixty was 22 points after the break attallah ross it added fifteen utah overcame a sluggish first half to rally for a seventy two 58 whenever the huskies last night in a packed 12 match up on motleq three straight losses for the dogs you need to come together says coach mike hopkins washington hoping for an empty doubleday tournament berth but admit just you've got to trust each other's but it's not it's it's like if you're if you're a lone wolf it's a moment life you know you're trying to play for something bigger than yourself and that's what we're trying to instil sometimes when you have success it's harder to handle successes name of failure and you get to a situation where we've had two big pretty big leads oregon state we schurbon up ten of it ended up being six because a couple turnovers and this game it just i think we had 9 turnovers in the second half systematic subtitles pat she gets a team that doesn't of you know they don't pressure huskies back at add addict tomorrow hosting colorado the buffalos losing to to cougars last night who snapped a sevengame losing streak behind malachi plans a career high thirty points buffaloes come in for a father clock tip 430 pregame here tomorrow isaiah thomas have his jersey number retired at that contest loyal of marabout were shorthanded and they came out on the short into the stick to after this eggs ruled out of first 17 points of the game and roll do a seventy six fortysix win over elham you in the west coast conference morgan means at nineteen point seattle ub utah are university of texas rio grande valley mary's back at it today with their second day of pictures a catchers workouts in peoria sports at 10 and 40 past the hour tom are the hall of the huskies komo news komo news time eight twelve south traffic and weather coming up in.

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"youth development" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"youth development" Discussed on Ringer FC

"The thing how it would say for hurricane um you know i again i and unfortunately i'm i don't know him uh but everything you read about on them in the guy literally talks about how he kind of worships tom brady and he seems like it he is not the quintessential englishman in a way that he's folk like one hundred percent focused on just playing soccer in getting better at at which he no uh is not sort of the wayne rudy school of being professional half um and i think that you know that would be the reason i could see it working out from you know just putting his head down not really giving a shit other than scoring goals subduing stood the t b twelve method and yet in madrid the exactly bring alex guerrero that's ara advice for you in all right we're going to take a quick break here from our sponsors and then we're gonna talk to ted kanoute's and hey it's jj redick and this week's guess to my podcast is retired soccer superstar terry anri i had the chance to catch up with him while in london recently to talk about his love of the nba why soccer players are more athletic nba players and what we're doing wrong in youth development in basketball in america listen to this show and more by subscribing to the jj redick podcast on apple podcast or wherever you get your podcasts hello welcome back it's just me ryan uh everyone else has gone but i am joined by ted kanoute's in who unofficial title is the proper rest of all football men but he's the former head of player analytics set fc brentford nfc mitchell and and now runs the soccer consultancies stats bomb services was up to an hour you i'm doing alright just trying to uh trying to get my head around all of this this transfer nonsense in january and trying to figure out what's real and what's not yeah this this year's really quite odd in that you've got a lot of clubs that are in sort of slightly dysfunctional spots and manchester city of running so far away with it.

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"youth development" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"youth development" Discussed on Channel 33

"Hey it's jj redick and this week's guest a my podcast is retired soccer superstar terry anri i had the chance to catch up with him while in london recently to talk about his love of the nba why soccer players are more athletic an nba players and what we're doing wrong in youth development in basketball in america listen to this show and more by subscribing to the jj redick podcast on apple podcast or wherever you get your podcasts david it's been twenty years since matt drudge told us that something was going on in the white house between monica lewinsky and bill clinton what do you remember about that very old media scandal i remember going to the drudge report dot com for the first time in thinking man this website looks old legislating but i very specifically remember hearing about it and not quite knowing had a rabbi had around it and they know i went to try to find a computer i think i found a computer that didn't have internet access than found one was internet access than tried to type in drudge report having never seen the words before and failed eventually i got there but i think by that point you know i i i had heard most of the story it was more of a adventure in like discovering a website than it that it was really a the where than adventure in like learning news it was amazing rate and when you first saw drudge or like oh my god this looks like newspapers that were printed thirty years before i was born at this this this kind of design sabella i love to would bad drudge and hurried olds were the leaders of the internet that was it obeys the age ethic by favorite babari as the bound addition of the star report that.

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"youth development" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"youth development" Discussed on KOMO

"Four i'm rob kendrick on komo news father's day as we look at the poor cash to a clouds you've been brown longer than what we expected here and eventually partly sunny conditions today will reach into the '70s and in overnight lows tonight will be in the fifty partly cloudy monday plan for seventy five run high and partly sunny and then cloudy with some showers showers a times on tuesday day with highs in the upper 60s vatrelated from the komo weather center this is komo news i'm mark christopher major league baseball has earned a reputation for being too traditionalist inch stuffy what do you think bell later this summer the league will loosen up and try to have a little fun it's only for one week at they're going to relax the dress code a little bit for something called players weekend make note it'll be friday august twenty v through sunday the twenty seven reports are saying players will be allowed to wear a nickname on the back of their jerseys beck chef l style they'll have to stick to the same one for the whole weekend and they can't have anything inappropriate or offensive lg unclear how this is going to work for some teams like the yankees or the red sox who don't have names on their jerseys all and and san francisco giants who don't have names on their home jersey's but i'm looking at the schedule they are away that weekend in arizona players will also be able to personalize the colors of their spikes batting gloves rish bans compression sleeves and even a catchers masks and the jerseys will feature a patch was space for a player to personalize by quote writing the name of an individual or organization that was instrumental to their development the jerseys from that we can by the way will be sold by mlb proceeds going to the youth development foundation know what you're getting into with komo news komo traffic and komal weather and stay connec acted stay informed northwest's news station komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven and streaming live at komonewscomfire and here with.

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