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SPEECH BY HIS EXCELLENCY HON. UHURU KENYATTA, C.G.H., PRESIDENT AND COMMANDER IN CHIEF OF THE DEFENCE FORCES OF THE REPUBLIC OF KENYA DURING THE STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS AT PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS, NAIROBI ON 31ST MARCH, 2016 – Presidency. Dear Kenyans, Today, I join you in this honourable House to reflect on the state of our great nation. This occasion is not just important; it lies at the heart of our democracy and It is in the spirit of accountability and democracy that I have over the last two years addressed the nation to explain what my administration has achieved in fulfilment of the constitutional requirements laid out in Articles 10, 132 and 240. Fellow Kenyans, I want to affirm that our nation is strong: That the Nationalist Covenant, negotiated by our Founding Fathers at independence is alive and well. We have re-imagined it, enhanced it and expanded it. Dear Kenyans, Honourable Members, Today I invite you to a moment of national self-reflection with me.

Fellow Kenyans Honourable Members; I will now turn to a record of the pledges given by my government for the current reporting year, and our achievements. Honourable Members, Honourable Members, Fellow Kenyans, Every Kenyan knows what a road means to their lives. Mr. DEMOCRACY: Raila Odinga's Speech At The University Of Pretoria, South Africa. Read: Raila Odinga's speech on the importance of democracy in Africa, Kenya's experience | The Star, Kenya. Taler og talens rette brug. Nytårstaler. Statsministeriet modtager hvert år mange henvendelser vedrørende statsministerens nytårstaler. Derfor kan du på Statsministeriets hjemmeside læse lidt om historien bag nytårstalerne, ligesom du kan høre og se de fleste gamle nytårstaler. I Danmark har der udviklet sig den tradition, at statsministeren i forbindelse med nytåret holder en nytårstale, som bliver transmitteret i radio og tv.

Det var statsminister Thorvald Stauning, der holdt den allerførste nytårstale i 1940. Det var dog først fra 1946, at det blev en fast opgave for statsministeren at holde nytårstale. Frem til 1959 blev talerne udelukkende transmitteret i radioen. Frem til i dag har statsministeren holdt nytårstaler med undtagelse af årene 1968, 1972, 1975 og 1984. På linket nedenfor er de nytårstaler, som Statsministeriet har kunnet rekvirere, gjort tilgængelige i det format, som de oprindeligt blev optaget i. Nytårstaler>> Under 'Taler' er alle nytårstaler siden 1998 desuden gjort skriftligt tilgængelige. Danske taler. Temaer Retorik vedrører offentlige taler og sprog der har indflydelse på samfundet eller betydning i sociale sammenhænge. I Danmark markeres flere nationale eller politiske mærkedage med offentlige taler. Hvad er retorik? Retorik har traditionelt været forbundet med at holde tale i et offentligt forum, men opfattes i dag bredere, som en samtale mellem medlemmer af et samfund.

Retorik skaber således forståelse for hvem vi er og hvordan vi opfatter vores fællesskab. Den almindeligste definition af retorik har siden antikken været at retorik er kunsten at anvende sproget til at kommunikere effektivt og overbevisende. Gennem historien har retorik været brugt som betegnelse for forskelligartede opfattelser af hvordan sproglige og andre udtryksformer anvendes mest hensigtsmæssigt i givne situationer, og for teorier om hvordan man bedst behersker og reflekterer over retorik.

Retorik har derfor både en praktisk og en teoretisk side. Moderne teorier om talekunst Danske talegenrer Folketinget. Social Justice and Human Rights Speeches. Bella AbzugPlenary Address, Fourth World Congress on Women (1995) John AdamsInaugural Address (1797) Jane AddamsThe Subjective Necessity for Social Settlements (1892)The Modern Lear (1896) Susan B. AnthonyOn Women's Right to Vote (1872) John BrownFinal Address to the Court (1859) William Jennings BryanThe White Man's Burden (1906)Imperialism (1908) Stokely CarmichaelBlack Power (1966) Carrie Chapman CattThe Crisis (1916)Speech Before Congress (1917) Chief JosephSurrender Speech (1877) Shriley ChisholmEqual Rights for Women (1969)For the Equal Rights Amendment (1970) Hillary Rodham ClintonWellesley College Student Commencement Speech (1969)Women's Rights Are Human Rights (1995) Eugene DebsStatement to the Court (1918) Frederick DouglasThe Hypocrisy of American Slavery (1852)Appeal to Congress for Impartial Suffrage (1867) Dwight D.

Elizabeth Gurley FlynnMemories of the Industrial Workers of the World (1962) Betty FriedanJudge Carswell and the "Sex Plus" Doctrine (1970) Frances D. John F. Robert F. Gifts of Speech: Women's Speeches from Around the World. Voices of Democracy. Medieval Sourcebook: Urban II: Speech at Council of Clermont, 1095, according to Fulcherof Chartres. Back to Medieval Source Book | ORB Main Page | Links to Other Medieval Sites | [adapted from Thatcher] In 1094 or 1095, Alexios I Komnenos, the Byzantine emperor, sent to the pope, Urban II, and asked for aid from the west against the Seljuq Turks, who taken nearly all of Asia Minor from him.

At the council of Clermont Urban addressed a great crowd and urged all to go to the aid of the Greeks and to recover Palestine from the rule of the Muslims. The acts of the council have not been preserved, but we have four accounts of the speech of Urban which were written by men who were present and heard him. Here is the one by the chronicler Fulcher of Chartres.

Not how the traditions of the peace and truce of God - aimed at bringing about peace in Christendom - ties in directly with the call for a Crusade. Does this amount to the export of violence? "You have seen for a long time the great disorder in the world caused by these crimes. This text is part of the Internet Medieval Source Book. American President Speech Archive—Miller Center. Taler. Primært amerikanske, men også andre nationaliteter og sprog. Wangari Maathai - Nobel Lecture. Nobel Lecture, Oslo, December 10, 2004 Your Majesties Your Royal Highnesses Honourable Members of the Norwegian Nobel Committee Excellencies Ladies and Gentlemen I stand before you and the world humbled by this recognition and uplifted by the honour of being the 2004 Nobel Peace Laureate. As the first African woman to receive this prize, I accept it on behalf of the people of Kenya and Africa, and indeed the world.

I am especially mindful of women and the girl child. Although this prize comes to me, it acknowledges the work of countless individuals and groups across the globe. This honour is also for my family, friends, partners and supporters throughout the world. I am immensely privileged to join my fellow African Peace laureates, Presidents Nelson Mandela and F.W. de Klerk, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, the late Chief Albert Luthuli, the late Anwar el-Sadat and the UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan.

I know that African people everywhere are encouraged by this news. That time is now. Nelson Mandela Foundation. Speeches. Of Ungrand Places and Moments in Time by Martin Gilbert, M.A. An address to The International Churchill Society London, England, 17 September 1985 Ladies and Gentlemen. It is a great honour for me to speak to you tonight.

Three weeks ago exactly I was in Moscow, walking through the town house where Churchill met Stalin in October 1944; a magnificent building. Well, your tour of Churchill’s England, and my little tour of Churchill’s world tonight, have no security classification. Churchill lived such a long life that he had many London residences: it would be nice to feel that, as a result of interest such as yours, blue plaques will one day be put on all of them. Read more.