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Apuramento para o Campeonato da Europa 2020

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Viana do Castelo volta a estar na rota do Voleibol internacional.

 

A capital do Alto Minho vai receber, de 7 a 11 de Janeiro de 2020, o Torneio Internacional WEVZA de Sub-17 femininos, que dará ao primeiro classificado a qualificação directa para a fase final do Campeonato da Europa da categoria.

 

Os jogos serão disputados no Centro Cultural de V. Castelo e as sete selecções participantes serão distribuídas por duas pools.


A Selecção de Portugal, orientada por Rui Pedro Silva, integra a Pool A, juntamente com a Holanda e a Espanha.


A Pool B será formada por Itália, Bélgica, França e Alemanha.

 

Nos três primeiros dias de competição, as equipas jogam todas contra todas, sendo os dois dias restantes reservados ao apuramento do vencedor e ao ranqueamento das selecções.


Os dois primeiros classificados das pools defrontam-se em sistema cruzado (1.º A x 2.º B e 2.º A x 1.ª B) e os vencedores disputam a final, enquanto os 3.ºs e o 4.º classificados discutem os 5.º, 6.º e 7.º lugares.


O vencedor do torneio apura-se directamente para o Campeonato da Europa da categoria.

 

Nos últimos anos, a cidade de Viana do Castelo tem sido palco de várias competições de Voleibol, sendo ainda local privilegiado de estágio das selecções nacionais.


No ano passado, o Centro Cultural de V. Castelo acolheu a Pool F da 2.ª Ronda Europeia de Apuramento para o Campeonato do Mundo 2018, em seniores femininos.


Foi igualmente na Princesa do Lima que a Selecção Nacional de Seniores Femininos defrontou a sua congénere de Espanha em dois jogos amigáveis que se inseriram no plano de preparação de Portugal para a Golden European

League 2018, os Jogos do Mediterrâneo e para o histórico Campeonato da Europa 2019.


Em Dezembro de 2017, Viana do Castelo acolheu o Torneio Internacional WEVZA de Sub-16 Femininos, transmitido em directo, em exclusivo e na íntegra no site federativo www.volei.tv


O CC vianense foi também palco dos jogos de Qualificação Europeia para o Campeonato do Mundo de 2017 - Sub-21 masculinos e Sub-20 femininos.

 

 

 

A WEVZA, que foi constituída no dia 26 de Setembro de 2013, integra oito países – Portugal, Espanha, Alemanha, Bélgica, Itália, Holanda, França e Suíça – e tem como Presidente o português Vicente Araújo, Vice-Presidente da FPV, e como Vice-Presidentes o belga Willy Bruninx, da Federação Belga, e o francês Eric Tanguy, Presidente da Federação Francesa.

 

O objectivo primordial da WEVZA é fortalecer e fomentar a organização de actividades desportivas, tanto de Voleibol como de Voleibol de Praia, com especial ênfase nas categorias de formação.

 

A Confederação Europeia de Voleibol (CEV) conta com seis associações zonais: a WEVZA (Europa Ocidental), a BVA (Balcãs), a EEVZA (Europa de Leste), a MEVZA (Europa Central), a NEVZA (Europa do Norte) e ainda a SCD (Divisão dos Pequenos Países), da qual fazem parte Andorra, Chipre, Ilhas Faroé, Gibraltar, Gronelândia, Islândia, Irlanda, Liechtenstein, Luxemburgo, Malta, Mónaco, Irlanda do Norte, San Marino, Escócia e País de Gales.

 

 


          

Italian-American Democratic Club holiday dinner party

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Saturday December 2, 2019 @ 5:30 pm. San Marino Ristorante - 111 Thomaston Ave, Waterbury, CT 06702.The Italian-American Democratic Club of Waterbury will host its annual holiday dinner party. A cocktail hour will begin at 5:30 p.m. The event is open to all persons who are active in the political arena, regardless of party affiliation, and is a way of socializing without political speeches. Several local and state leaders are expected to attend. Cost for the five-course dinner is $30 per person; checks can be made out to San Marino Ristorante. For information and reservations, call Stephen R....

          

Calcutta canta in spagnolo: esce Paracetamol e "el corazón va a mil"

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“El paracetamol 500 miligramos si te tomas dos se vuelven mil”. Inizia così la versione spagnola di Paracetamolo, la canzone di Calcutta uscita nel maggio 2018 come terzo brano estratto dall’album Evergreen.

“La niebla de Milán como una medicina que te curara si lo necesitas”, continua la nuova versione del brano dell’artista classe 1989, intitolata Paracetamol. Si tratta della prima canzone tradotta in lingua spagnola del cantautore di Latina.

Intanto Calcutta, al secolo Edoardo D’Erme, ha iniziato il suo tour. Dopo la data di San Marino dello scorso 19 novembre, il cantautore sta continuando la sua serie di concerti in Europa. Tra le tappe anche Madrid dove, il prossimo 9 dicembre, l’artista avrà l’occasione di esibirsi in castigliano.


          

Other: Get New Siding Work Today - Preview Leads In Your Area - San Marino, California

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Healthcare: Health and Wellness Nurse LPN - Westminster, Colorado

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Health and Wellness Nurse LPNIf you want to break out of the traditional mold and experience a refreshing environment, join us at San Marino Senior Living, a Leisure Care managed retirement community whose philosophy of Five-Star Fun for our residents and employees has made it one of the most desirable companies to work for.?Essential Job FunctionsThis position will be responsible for all health assessment and services planning for all community residents; medication management; and care coordination for resident health needs from vendors.? This position will assist the Health & Wellness Director in managing a staff of professionals through supervision, education, and support and will provide health-related expertise for?all?residents, families, staff, and outside referral sources.?Your dynamic leadership combined with superior communication skills, a high degree of empathy, compassion, and the ability to promote a healthy lifestyle for all will be instrumental.? At least two years of assisted living experience preferred. A?current certification as a licensed registered or practical nurse is required?plus the ability to demonstrate evidence of current geriatric knowledge, dementia care, and state regulations. Degree in a health-related field recommended.Benefits:Our benefits package is one of the best in the business. We offer it all: Medical, Dental, 401K, Disability, and Life insurance, plus vacation, sick leave, meal discounts, travel benefits, as well as year-round company sponsored events and activities?If you live and breathe Five-Star Fun, please apply today!Leisure Care provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.?JB.0.00.LN ()
          

Dec 26, San Marino: Boxing Day

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The second day of Christmas is known as Boxing Day or St. Stephens Day. St Stephen was the first Christian martyr.. For more information on this holiday, visit the link.
          

Jan 01, San Marino: New Year's Day

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New Year's Day is a public holiday in all countries that observe the Gregorian calendar, with the exception of Israel. For more information on this holiday, visit the link.
          

A Milano il Think Thank dedicato alla Blockchain

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Esordisce il 28 novembre Distributed Minds, il primo Think Thank dedicato alla creazione di un ecosistema basato sulla qualità dei progetti e la loro applicazione concreta, con la conferenza intitolata “Blockchain behind e beyond the hype”, nella sede di LeVillage. L’evento è patrocinato da Blockchain4Innovation, San Marino Innovation e Commissione Europea [...]

L'articolo A Milano il Think Thank dedicato alla Blockchain proviene da Blockchain 4innovation.


          

Landtagspräsident Frick sprach in Zypern

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NICOSIA/VADUZ - Vergangene Woche fand die Konferenz der Parlamentspräsidenten der europäischen Kleinstaaten auf Einladung des zypriotischen Parlamentspräsidenten Demetris Syllouris in Nicosia statt. Neben Albert Frick waren die Parlamentspräsidenten aus Andorra, Island, Luxemburg, Malta, Monaco, Montenegro und San Marino eingeladen. Es war die 13. Konferenz in diesem Format. Im vergangenen Jahr war Liechtenstein Gastgeber.
          

NOD | 5 Days Intensive By Kevin Quinaou

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Come to dance and join the 5 days Intensive led by Kevin Quinaou at Torino. Where: NOD c/o Centro Danza Royal – Via San Marino 89/14 – Torino, Italy When: January 27 – 31 2020 Deadline for applications: January 7th Kevin’s improv class is composed of floor work research and tasks from methods used by […]

          

Center for Reproductive Rights Releases New Brief of European Abortion Laws

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Center for Reproductive Rights Releases New Brief of European Abortion Laws ehorwitz Wed, 11/27/2019 - 11:37

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Europe leads the world with its number of liberalized laws on abortion, but many women still face access barriers due to regulatory restrictions or regressive threats
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(PRESS RELEASE) --A new comparative overview of European abortion laws, released today by the Center for Reproductive Rights, reveals that more than 95% of women of reproductive age currently live in countries where laws allow abortion either on request or on broad social grounds.

This impressive statistic nevertheless masks the fact that some of these countries maintain restrictive pre-conditions, such as mandatory counselling or enforced waiting periods, that can impede or delay women accessing services. In addition, abortion is still outlawed or extremely restricted in six countries in the region.

The report, European Abortion Laws: A Comparative Overview, outlines that the trend is squarely towards positive and progressive liberalizing reform in the European region, such as the recent legalization of abortion on request in Cyprus, Ireland and Iceland. It also warns, however, that the region remains at considerable risk of attempts to rollback abortion rights, such as current proposals before the Slovakian parliament that would introduce extreme mandatory requirements prior to abortion that are contrary to international human rights principles and law. 

The new report reveals that, currently, across the European region:

  • Thirty-nine countries (ranging right across the continent, from Portugal and Spain in the West to Turkey and the Russian Federation in the East) have legalized abortion on request (i.e where abortion is legal without the need for a medical practitioner or other authority to certify a particular reason for the abortion)
  • Two countries (Finland and the United Kingdom) have legalized abortion on broad social grounds
  • Six countries retain highly restrictive abortion laws – Andorra, Malta and San Marino do not allow abortion in any circumstances; Liechtenstein allows abortion only when a woman’s life or health is at risk, or where the pregnancy resulted from sexual assault; Monaco and Poland allow abortion only when a woman’s life or health is at risk, following a sexual assault, or where a severe foetal anomaly has been detected

Some countries have set time limits on abortion on request at between 18-24 weeks of pregnancy, while others set these limits around the end of the first trimester of pregnancy. All of these countries’ laws allow access later in pregnancy in specific circumstances, such as where a woman’s health or life is at risk, and here the standard practice is not to impose any time limitation at all.

Despite having legalized abortion, some European countries have maintained a range of procedural rules and regulations that can impede and delay women’s access to abortion care.  These include:

  • mandatory waiting periods between the date on which an abortion is first requested and the date on which it may take place;
  • laws compelling women to undergo counselling, which can sometimes be required to be biased or directive;
  • short rigid time limits for accessing abortion that may disproportionately affect certain groups of women; and
  • criminalising women or medical professionals who act outside of the legal framework for abortion provision

Although the general trend in Europe has been towards increasing liberalization and removing barriers to access, in recent years some countries in Europe have attempted to roll back existing legal protections for women’s access to abortion care. Initiatives have ranged from attempts to introduce regressive pre-conditions before abortions can take place, such as mandatory biased counselling, or waiting periods, to attempts to fully ban abortion or remove existing legal grounds for abortion.

“Women in Europe have fought long and hard for legal entitlements to access abortion care,” said Leah Hector, Regional Director for Europe at the Center for Reproductive Rights.

As recent events in Poland and Slovakia demonstrate, rights to access abortion may be arbitrarily threatened by attempts to introduce new barriers or scale back on the legality of abortion care, and we must be ever vigilant.

“Comparative reports like this one help to capture the current status of abortion law and practice across the region, and provide advocates and policy makers with information on where and how their efforts should be focused moving forward. There is much progress still to be made if Europe is to achieve the promise of gender equality.”

To download a copy of European Abortion Laws: A Comparative Overview go to: https://reproductiverights.org/document/european-abortion-law-fact-sheet

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