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Eve Earley, Empowering Change

An American expat living and working on the ROI/NI border with a passion for developing a cross border development zone. The peace process has gone as far as it can - we need to commit to an all island prosperity process. The approach is threefold: -Empower individuals with 21st Century skills to partake in a global economy. Teach entrepreneurship in order to make those skills "portable". Whether here or abroad, self supporting matters -Develop a cross border development zone where a solid entrepreneurial ecosystem will support business development and attract FDI -Develop strong networks across "Global Ireland", using the diaspora to create markets for native industries while serving as a resource for skilled labour and investment.

TOP 50: Europe’s most influential women in the startup and venture capital space. Over the last few weeks we’ve been working on a list of Europe’s most influential women in the startup and venture capital space.

TOP 50: Europe’s most influential women in the startup and venture capital space

In total we screened about 200 potential nominees and did our best to narrow this list down to 50. As women are still heavily underrepresented in the startup world, we think it’s time to shed some light on all those amazing female entrepreneurs and investors out there. And here are Europe’s 50 most influential women in the startup and venture capital space: Alice Bentinck is a London-based entrepreneur who co-founded Entrepreneur First, one of the world’s leading company builders, as well as Code First:Girls, a free part-time course for female students. Alice Zagury is the co-founder and CEO of The Family, a Paris-based startup accelerator with the mission to empower entrepreneurs in their quest for a repeatable, scalable and profitable business model. Brigitte Baumann is the Founder and CEO of Go Beyond Early Stage Investing. Be Prepared. The One Thing I Wish I Knew In My 20’s – The Mission – Medium. I was 25 and I went shopping for an engagement ring for my girlfriend.

The One Thing I Wish I Knew In My 20’s – The Mission – Medium

We had been together for three years and my dad kept asking when I would marry her. My friends kept asking. Her friends kept asking. Her dad kept asking her. We were living together. But I started to shake uncontrollably when I was looking at rings in the store. So I didn’t buy the ring. I forgot everything about her basically. That sums up the 20s — EVERYTHING you think is important and meaningful has absolutely no bearing on your future life. I loved her. Now…none of the above is true. And everything in my 30s….nothing is true anymore (except I have two kids still. I’m 48 now. My most recent career change occurred when I was 47.

In my 20s and 30s my average weight was about 155–170. The main skill I got between my 20s and now is that I bounce back from bad things faster. Stormont's DUP farming ministry drafted documents that anticipated a 'Remain' decision in the EU referendum - Investigations & Analysis - Northern Ireland from The Detail.

First Minister Arlene Foster with her DUP ministers Michelle McIlveen & Simon Hamilton INTERNAL documents on Stormont’s preparations for the EU referendum show that the DUP-controlled agriculture ministry drafted statements anticipating a `Remain’ decision and did not draft ministerial comments planning for the eventual Brexit result.

Stormont's DUP farming ministry drafted documents that anticipated a 'Remain' decision in the EU referendum - Investigations & Analysis - Northern Ireland from The Detail

The paperwork obtained under Freedom of Information legislation includes instructions given to civil servants, plus speaking notes drafted for Minister Michelle McIlveen to help her answer Assembly questions on the outcome of the referendum. However, the script written by department staff on the instructions of her DUP-appointed Special Adviser, only anticipated a UK decision to remain in the European Union (EU), despite the fact that the DUP was campaigning at that time for a Brexit result. People who fought for Human Rights / Civil Rights. A selection of famous people who fought for, campaigned and promoted human/civil rights and freedom.

People who fought for Human Rights / Civil Rights

I have grouped people into different sections: Civil rights – Ending slavery, racial discrimination and promoting the equal treatment of people in society.Women’s Rights – People specifically working towards promoting equal rights for women.Writers – Authors who have promoted respect for human rights through championing the cause of freedom.Humanitarian – People concerned with improving the welfare of others through charitable and humanitarian work. Famous people who promoted Civil Rights Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865) President of US during the American civil war. Lincoln made the famous Emancipation Proclamation (1863) declaring “that all persons held as slaves” within the rebellious states “are, and henceforward shall be free.” Harriet Tubman (1822–1913) A former slave who escaped and then returned to lead other slaves to freedom on the Underground Railroad.

Cultural Values and International Differences in Business Ethics. Boatright, J. (1999) Ethics in Finance.

Cultural Values and International Differences in Business Ethics

Blackwell, OxfordBodley, J. H. (2005) Cultural Anthropology: Tribes, States, and the Global Sytem 3rd edition. McGraw Hill, BostonBondy K., D. The effect of cultural values on ec.dev, Granato. Family Values Poll - Family Values Poll March 2015 digital edition. Parenting trick to steal from world's happiest country. The Best Time to Post on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram in 2016.

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