This powerful book sets out arguments and an agenda of policy proposals for achieving a sustainable and prosperous, but non-growing economy, also known as a steady-state economy. Theauthorsdescribe a plan for solving the major social and environmental problems which face us today on a finite planetwith a rapidlygrowing population. They show how we have to find ways to reverse the environmental crises, while at the same time, we have to eradicate poverty and erase the divide between the haves and the have-nots. They argue that the economic orthodoxy...
Spending time in the Pilbara region of Western Australia as part of the Aboriginal Deaths in Custody Royal Commission, Sydney lawyer Noel Olive began listening to, and then recording, the stories and experiences of the local Indigenous people. That material forms the basis of a history from an Aboriginal perspective of Aboriginal-European relations in the region, from colonial times to present day. The author previously edited a book of Aboriginal histories from the same region (Karijini Mirlimirli FACP 1997), which was well received by reviewers and is a recommended text in both the legal profession and Aboriginal Studies courses.
A small group of women from a reserve called Tobique embarrassed the Canadian government in front of the world and brought the plight of Native women and Native experience to the eyes of millions. These are their stories about growing up Native and female. It is the story of a struggle to end one hundred years of legislated sexual discrimination against Native women in Canada. Their struggle started with the occupation of a band office, continued with a hundred-mile march to Ottawa, and ended up in the United Nations.
The Republic of Ireland, which declared itself in 1949, allowed the Catholic Church to dominate its civil society and education system. Investment by American and European companies, and a welcoming tax regime, created the 'Celtic Tiger' of the 1990s. That brief burst of good fortune was destroyed by a corrupt political class which encouraged a wild property boom, leaving the country almost bankrupt. What Ireland needs now is a programme of real change. It needs to become a fully modern republic in fact as well as name. This disastrous economic collapse also allows us to think through the kind of multiculturalism that Ireland needs, and to build institutions that can accommodate the sudden influx of migrants who have come to Ireland in the past 15 years. The State should take over the entire education system, for which it pays already, and make it fit for the 21st century. The political system is dysfunctional and is one of the main causes of the debacle we have just experienced. Ireland needs constitutional reform. Politicians have been let get away with murder, and there is a fatalistic sense that nothing can change. The country needs to encourage participation in, and oversight and knowledge of politics, to make people feel that they have a right to challenge the old party machines and to make a difference. It is their country, after all.
With a flair for storytelling and an engagingly honest charm and wit, the acclaimed author of Coloring Outside the Lines discusses the joyful gift of grace that releases us from achievement-oriented living, provides the unconditional acceptance we crave, and offers believers "the greatest adventure of our lives".
Here is David Augsburger's forceful yet compassionate look at hope. He analyzes the various types of hope and the role it plays in friendships, marriages, families, and our society as we face the threat of nuclear holocaust. Incorporating stories, diagrams, case studies, and thoughts from well-known contemporaries as well as biblical reflections, Augsburger gives readers a new perspective on hope plus practical ways to apply it to their life.
The founder of Overachievers Anonymous recounts her own experience as an overachiever and demonstrates how women can make time to get to know their families and themselves and live saner, more balanced lives
Here's important food for thought for men and women who are bored with their job, are in a tired relationship, or who simply feel overdue for an interlude of personal freedom. Mixing humor, cracker-barrel philosophy, and good common sense, author Evan Harris offers realistic advice by describing more than 20 techniques designed to get her readers out of virtually any nasty situation. They include offering one's antagonist a calm, reasonable argument, or going to the opposite extreme and making a scene. Maybe most satisfying of all is a technique she calls achieving, then vanishing. She also advises on recognizing signs that the time to quit has come. For instance, if you dream about quitting a job where you're underappreciated, it's time to quit. Or if that once-special person in your life cannot understand your feelings, it's time to break off the relationship. Quoting comedian W. C. Fields, Evan Harris reminds her readers: "If at first you don't succeed, try again. Then quit. No use being a damn fool about it."
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Two actors, revealing the high price of fame, recount their experiences--both good and bad--in Hollywood and how they, in desperate need of redemption and renewal, turned to God when their lives were plagued by family problems, sex, drugs, and rock and roll.
As the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) celebrate fifty years of economic dominion over the Third World, this reader brings the best progressive authors together to critique these two main proponents of neo-liberalism. 50 Years is Enough covers such topics as failed development projects, the feminization of poverty, the detruction of the environment, the internal workings of the World Bank and the IMF, and the struggle to build alternatives to neo-liberal policies.It also includes a guide to the many organizations involved in the struggle to reform the World Bank and the IMF.
At a time in our country when our moral compass no longer points true worth, values are non-existent and there is no absolute right or wrong, Godly men are the only answer to today's problems. Our society needs a generation of Men who will stand up and say "Enough is Enough." As Men, we don't have time for excuses, we don't have time to not have time, our children are growing up in a world that's eating them alive. It's time for the Men of God to stand up for our marriages, children, churches, community and our world. "Enough Is Enough" is a Wake-up Call for Men to take action.
It's no secret that Christians have had a major impact on the last two presidential elections, and Dr. Rick Scarborough believes that now is not the time to retreat. Now more than ever it is critical that all Bible-believing Americans step up and let our voices be heard. Scarborough challenges Christians to become involved in political action by revealing the issues that have caused the demise of America's Judeo-Christian foundation and outlining several key steps readers can take right where they live if they agree that it's time to get involved! Discover America's rich Christian foundations and the journey to the current political landscape. Enough Is Enough will motivate every person who reads it to influence our country's policies and culture with biblical values.
Are your violence prevention and mental health efforts on campus coordinated? Are all your campus professionals aware of the system for reporting information about students who may be in distress or at-risk for harming themselves or others? Is the information reviewed and acted on? Recent campus crises have highlighted that campus administrators will be judged by three things: What the campus was doing before the crisis, its immediate response during the crisis, and the follow-up after the crisis. Born out of the call by Virginia Tech’s Zenobia Hikes for urgent action to stem the tide of societal violence, and the NASPA “Enough is Enough” campaign ( that she inspired, this book provides guidance on how to be proactive in preventing violence, and be prepared to provide a comprehensive response to a crisis. Enough is Enough presents first-hand accounts and experienced counsel from professionals who have lived through a violent incident, and continue to deal with its aftermath. They cover violence, suicide prevention, and mental health promotion in an integrated way, and offer a comprehensive plan to create a campus-wide system for collecting information about students at-risk for self-harm or violence toward others. The authors describe how to develop university-wide emergency plans, using the National Incident Management System template and involving a wide spectrum of campus services; how to create crisis response teams and victim liaison programs; offer recommendations about communication and the management of information; and address institutionally-appropriate and sensitive ways to achieve healing and recovery. The book is addressed to administrators, student affairs, services and mental health professionals, and counselors, on all the nation’s campuses, elementary through post-secondary. A Joint ACPA & NASPA Publication
This book informs the readers about the life of a Southeastern Kentuckian and his struggles with 17 years of religious teachings coupled with, once into real world employment, corruption in the government of the United States of America and treasonous acts by members of the executive and legislative branches of the federal government.
This book deals with the subject of bullying. In the book the author tells the story of a young man who is a victim of bullying. She tries to provide young readers with knowledge that will help them face their problems, or go to the right person for help. It reveals the young man's fear and intimidation. It also talks of his desire to take his own life, because he cannot endure this much longer. It reveals how one person made a difference in his life, and helped him summon the courage he needed.
The book, “When Enough is Enough,” is an inspirational love story about a journey of Clare’s domestic violent life and the man of her dreams. Her life of being married to a minister for 10 years incurred extreme violence which included a broken leg, chokings, punchings, kicks, being spit on, kidnappings and her children being beaten and thrown out of car windows. Clare encountered a life of abuse and being held captive not only by her husband Jerry, but by a church society that played on her emotions. She was torn between doing what they said to do, which was to stay married to an abusive man, or leaving. Clare one day was rescued by the man of her dreams, James. James, a strong military man who rescued Clare and her children was left alone after church folks and Clare’s family controlled Clare’s love for James. When Clare realizes that she has had enough of her husband and church folks, she risked the loss of the man of her dreams.
Tabitha escapes a verbal abusive relationship with Clifford and relocates back home with her family. After ten months living the lonely single life Tabitha gets back into the dating scene. Tabitha is convinced that she has met the man of her dreams name Lance through a telecommunication chat line. Tabitha has to learn the hard way. Her lover has a dark secret that turns into a revolving disaster. Too late, feelings have already been established. Tabitha is not intimidated, but is torn between her own instincts and her lovers manipulative, misleadful, smooth talking, pleasure seeking, and sneaky habits which mentally make it difficult for her to leave him. This lustful triangle ends with a broken heart, betrayal, and denial. How many times will Tabitha roll the dice in this discreet relationship? When Enough Is Enough is a scandalous, shock revealing thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat expecting the unexpected.

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