Young Limerick people inspired to change the world

first_imgEmail RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Advertisement Previous articleLimerick youth called on for Young Environmentalist Awards 2014Next articleAdventure Tourism a winner in Limerick Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Twitter Print First Irish death from Coronavirus No vaccines in Limerick yet WhatsAppcenter_img NewsYoung Limerick people inspired to change the worldBy Staff Reporter – September 13, 2013 735 Facebook TAGSfeatured Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended Linkedin Proceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHL YSI Guide Colette Cronin and students from Eureka Secondary School, Kells, Co. Meath called on schools and youth organisations to ‘Go Do’ and enter the YSI Social Innovators Action Programme 2013/2014Applications are being called from schools across Limerick to ‘GO’ and ‘DO’ for the Young Social Innovators (YSI) Action Programme 2013/14.The project based programme for 15 to 18 year olds encourages young people to examine social problems in communities and bring about changes they wish to see.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Projects from three Limerick schools were among the 60 shortlisted for the Annual YSI Showcase and Awards last May for the Action Programme 2012/2013.John the Baptist Community School, Hospital, Co. Limerick were placed second in the Young Social Innovators of the Year Awards 2013 for their project ‘Click’, and Desmond College, Newcastle West, Co. Limerick won the National Physical Well Being Award for their project ‘Screening of Teenagers for Adult Sudden Death Syndrome’.YSI aim to tackle the issues of youth literacy, youth facilities, farm safety and continuing education for teenage parents.“Young Social Innovators has given over 50,000 teenagers a chance to make a change to society”, said Rachel Collier, Co-founder and Chief Executive of Young Social Innovators.“Young people need to play a vital role in shaping the future of society. The ACTION programme engages them directly and deeply in issues that matter to them”, she added..Closing date for entries is September 30th 2013, and the application process is open through schools and youth organisations.Full details can be found at www.youngsocialinnovators.org Shannondoc operating but only by appointment last_img read more

Body language may be key to management

first_imgBody language may be key to managementOn 5 Dec 2000 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Want araise but can’t find the right moment – or the right way – to ask the boss?Body language may well hold the answer to your problem.   Accordingto a new book, Understanding Body Language, the way a person positionsthemselves suggests more than the spoken word. The bookexplains the meanings behind body movements and shows how people who struggleto persuade others can build rapport and attract attention through bodylanguage. Apparently,10 per cent of all communication is unspoken. So, the book claims, face-to-facecontact is crucial in all important business transactions, meetings and deals.GeoffRibbens, management consultant and co-author of the book, said: “The importanceof body language on management is largely underestimated. “Whethermanagers succeed or fail in their tasks can often be traced to the hidden worldof non-verbal communication.” Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Articlelast_img read more

Asia Cup 2018: Pakistan’s Chacha Chicago sponsors Indian superfan’s UAE trip

first_imgSudhir Gautam is known to the world as Team India’s superfan and can be seen cheering for the Men in Blue in cricket stadiums all across the world.But coming from a humble background, Sudhir finds it very difficult to follow the team around the globe on tours every time and has to rely on financial help from his idol Sachin Tendulkar, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and other India players from time to time.India vs Pakistan Asia Cup 2018: Live ScoreAt the Asia Cup 2018 however, Sudhir got help from across the border to reach United Arab Emirates, where the six-team tournament is being played.Sudhir’s Pakistani counterpart, Bashir Chacha a.k.a Chacha Chicago, helped him out with the flight tickets, food and stay in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.Cricket is Beyond Borders. So is Fandom. With Chicago Chacha, Pakistan Chacha, Shoaib Tiger of Bangladesh for #AsiaCup2018 #Friends #Sachin #Bangladesh #Pakistan pic.twitter.com/J1gaffAJoYSudhir Kumar Gautam (@Sudhir10dulkar) September 17, 2018″It’s pure love. You know money will come and go with Allah’s grace. I told Sudhir you just come here and I will take care of everything. I am not a rich person but my heart is as big as an ocean. If I help you, Allah will be happy,” Bashir Chacha told www.xtratime.in from the UAE.Sudhir added: “I handled the visa, chacha handled the tickets just for me to cheer for Team India. Chachaji also took care of everything, including the hotel and my food.”advertisementIndia and Pakistan will meet for the first time since the ICC Champions Trophy final last year on September 19 in Dubai.While India were comprehensively beaten in that game, Sudhir has no doubt that Rohit Sharma’s team will be able to avenge that defeat and go on to lift the Asia Cup.”We lost the Champions Trophy final against them last year but 2018 is ours. We will take revenge against them here and Asia Cup is ours,” Sudhir said.Interestingly, Bashir Chacha will also be happy if India win the match on Wednesday since Pakistan had won the Champions Trophy final.”India and Pakistan game will happen every year. Last time we won [Champions Trophy final] and this time I will be happy if you win the game,” Bashir said.last_img read more