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Movement of Asylum Seekers in Ireland

The Movement of Asylum Seekers in Ireland is an independent Irish advocacy group for those seeking asylum in the Republic of Ireland, with the goal of ending Direct Provision and deportation.

Bosnische Post

The Bosnische Post catered for the German-language administrative and business community living in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the 40 years of Austrian rule in Bosnia and Herzegovina. These included rural colonists as well as soldiers, merchant ...

Bosko Čolak-Antic

Bosko I. Čolak-Antic was a Serbian lawyer, diplomat, and Marshal of the Court of the Kingdom of Serbia and Kingdom of Yugoslavia.

Betilde Muñoz-Pogossian

Betilde Muñoz-Pogossian is a Venezuelan political scientist and international affairs official. She has worked as a director and election observer at the Organization of American States, including as Director of the Department for Electoral Coope ...

Miriam A. Golden

Miriam A. Golden is a political economist and the Peter Mair Chair in Comparative Politics at the European University Institute. Her research focuses on the selection, responsiveness, and accountability of politicians in Asia, Europe, Africa and ...

Philippe Corcuff

Philippe Corcuff, born in 1960, is a French academic, lecturer in political science at the Institute of Political Studies in Lyon since October 1992 and member of the CERLIS laboratory since October 2003. Politically committed to the left, he def ...

1959 Pondicherry Representative Assembly election

After the de-factor merger on 1 November 1954 and before the legal integration with the Indian Union on 16 August 1962, second general elections were held in August 1959 to constitute Second Pondicherry Representative Assembly.

1955 Pondicherry Representative Assembly election

After the de-factor merger on 1 November 1954 and before the legal integration with the Indian Union on 16 August 1962, general elections were held in 1955 and 1959. So. the first general elections to the Pondicherry Representative Assembly were ...

Charlemont

Charlemont may refer to: Charlemont and Grove Vale, a political ward in England Charlemont, Victoria, a suburb of Geelong in Australia Charlemont, Massachusetts, a town in the United States Places Fortress of Charlemont, a fortification along the ...

Electoral district of Brisbane

Electoral district of Brisbane may refer to: Electoral district of Brisbane City 1873–1878, former electorate of the Queensland Legislative Assembly Division of Brisbane created 1901, electorate of the Australian House of Representatives Electora ...

John Salusbury

John Salusbury or Salesbury may refer to: John Salusbury died 1578, knight of the shire for Denbighshire Sir John Salusbury poet 1567–1612, Welsh poet and politician John Salusbury died 1540s, courtier and knight of the shire for Denbighshire Sir ...

Lawrence Jones

Lawrence or Laurence Jones may refer to: Lawrence W. Jones born 1925, physics professor Laurence C. Jones 1884–1975, founder and president of Piney Woods Country Life School, Mississippi Lawrence C. Jones 1893–1972, Vermont attorney and politicia ...

B. Rajeevan

He was born in 1946 in Kayamkulam near Quilon, Kerala. He studied at SN College, Quilon and University College, Trivandrum. He has been teaching Malayalam literature in government colleges since 1971. During the Emergency in 1975, he was branded ...

Campaign Against the Return of the Marcoses and Martial Law

The Campaign Against the Return of the Marcoses and Martial Law is a Philippines-based coalition of victims under President Ferdinand Marcos martial law. It was launched on February 4, 2016. The group is composed of martial law victims, civil lib ...

Pitt (1799 ship)

Pitt was launched at Ulverston in 1799 and proceeded to sail to the West Indies and New York. A French privateer captured her in 1806 but she quickly returned to British ownership and sailing as a West Indiaman. She continued trading with the Wes ...

Rescue of Borte

The Rescue of Borte was the rescue of Lady Borte, Genghis Khans first wife and was carried out several months after her abduction at the hands of the Merkits. Her abduction was in retaliation for the abduction of Genghis Khans mother Hoelun by hi ...

SRN

SRN or Srn may refer to: SR.N6, a longer SR.N5 SR.N4, a large four-prop ferry hovercraft SR.N Saunders-Roe Nautical, a series of hovercraft produced by Saunders-Roe SR.N2, the first hovercraft to operate a commercial service SR.N3, the first hove ...

Hector Orlando Bastidas

Hector Orlando Bastidas is a Colombian criminal, gang member and hitman. According to the Colombian authorities, Bastidas is a "serial killer who spread terror in the south of the country, after putting himself at the service of criminal gangs an ...

Climate and Community Leaders Protection Act

The Climate Leadership and Community Leaders Protection Act is a plan signed into law on July 18, 2019 to address climate change and reach net zero emissions in New York State. The Act sets the goals to reduce emissions to 40% below 1990 levels b ...

Judith Elida Acuña

Judith Elida Acuña was an Argentine politician. She was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1951 as one of the first group of female parliamentarians in Argentina.

Celia Argumedo

Celia Argumedo de Pedroza was an Argentine politician. She was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1951 as one of the first group of female parliamentarians in Argentina.

Generosa Aguilar

Generosa Domitila Aguilar de Medina was an Argentine politician. She was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1951 as one of the first group of female parliamentarians in Argentina.

Josefa Brigada

Josefa Desaines Brigada de Gomez was an Argentine politician. She was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1951 as one of the first group of female parliamentarians in Argentina.

Magdalena Alvarez de Seminario

Magdalena Alvarez de Seminario was an Argentine politician. She was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1951 as one of the first group of female parliamentarians in Argentina.

Zasia binti Sirin

Zasia binti Sirin is a Bruneian former politician. In 2011 she was one of the first two women appointed to the Legislative Council, serving as a member until 2016.

Merav Zafary-Odiz

Merav Zafary-Odiz is Israels Permanent Representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency and the Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization in Vienna. Zafary-Odiz earned a Master of Public Policy MPP ...

Huda El-Sarari

Huda El-Sarari or Hoda El-Sarari; Hoda Al Sarari is a Libyan journalist, poet and television executive. She runs the 218TV channel, the "most popular", in Libya.

Aminata Toure (German politician)

Aminata Toure is a German politician. She is a member of Alliance 90/The Greens, the German green party. She was elected on 29 June 2017, at the age of 25, to the Landtag of Schleswig-Holstein and has been serving as vice-president of the Landtag ...

Mongolian Traditionally United Party

The Mongolian Traditional United Party is a national-conservative political party in Mongolia founded in 1993.

Carlos Arana

Carlos Gerardo Arana Vivar is a Peruvian engineer, public administrator and politician. A ranking member of the Peruvian Aprista Party, he served in a variety of technical positions in the second presidency of Alan Garcia, most notably as Directo ...

Tanja Pecar

Tanja Pecar studied civil law at the University of Ljubljanas Faculty of Law, from which she graduated in 1988. She has practiced law as a lawyer since 1991. Tanja Pecar is the partner of Borut Pahor and is not married to the president. She is th ...

1938 Surinamese general election

General elections were held in Suriname on 14 February and 23 March 1938 to choose the ten elected members of the Estates. Grace Schneiders-Howard was the only female candidate and was successful in the second round of voting, becoming the first ...

Olha Stefanyshyna

Olha Vitaliyivna Stefanyshyna is a Ukrainian lawyer and civil servant. On 4 June 2020, she was apppointed as the Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration.

Black Visions Collective

Black Visions Collective is a non-profit organization for black liberation based in Minnesota, United States. It was founded in December 2017. The group intersects with the transgender and LGBT community. Active in the Minneapolis–Saint Paul metr ...

Duke of Victoria de las Amezcoas

Duke of Victoria de las Amezcoas is a hereditary title in the Peerage of Spain, accompanied by the dignity of Grandee and granted posthumously in 1836 by carlist pretender to the throne Infante Carlos as Charles V to Tomas de Zumalacarregui, capt ...

Etienne-Joseph de Saint-Germain dApchon

Etienne-Joseph de Saint-Germain dApchon was a French Navy officer. He served in the War of American Independence, and became a member of the Society of the Cincinnati.

Carmelita Pires

Carmelita Pires is a Bissau-Guinean lawyer and politician. She was the Minister for Justice. She was the third woman to be a minister in her country.

1912 Rhode Island gubernatorial election

The 1912 Rhode Island gubernatorial election was held on November 5, 1912. Incumbent Republican Aram J. Pothier defeated Democratic nominee Theodore F. Green with 43.67% of the vote.

Nashism (disambiguation)

Nashism and Nashists may have the following meanings A branch of the Situationist International movement, named after Jorgen Nash In Russia: Nashism Russian: нашизм and Nashists are post-Soviet Russian political neologisms derived from the word " ...

Alfred Metzschke

Alfred Metzschke was a German trade unionist and politician. Born in Leipzig, Metzshcke completed an apprenticeship as a hatter, and in 1886, he joined the German Hat Workers Union. In 1890, he was elected as the unions president, and also became ...

Michigans 38th Senate district

Michigans 38th Senate district is one of 38 districts in the Michigan Senate. It has been represented by Republican Ed McBroom since 2019, succeeding fellow Republican Tom Casperson.

Peter C. Hodgson

Peter Crafts Hodgson is an American theologian and the Charles G. Finney Professor of Theology, Emeritus, at the Divinity School of Vanderbilt University, where he taught from 1965 to 2003. He is considered to be one of the worlds foremost transl ...

Donald Wright (disambiguation)

Donald Wright was Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of California, 1970–1977. Don Wright or Donald Wright is also the name of: Don J. Wright, American politician, the acting Secretary of Health and Human Services in 2017 Don Wright athlete born ...

Ray Evans (disambiguation)

Ray Evans was an American songwriter. Ray Evans may also refer to: Ray Evans footballer, born 1933 1933–2009, English footballer Ray Evans American football 1922–1999, American football halfback Ray Evans footballer, born 1949, English footballer ...

Mauldin

Joe B. Mauldin, bass guitarist Bessie Lee Mauldin, double bass player and Blue Grass Boy Lorenzo Mauldin, American football player Greg Mauldin, ice hockey player Bill Mauldin, editorial cartoonist William L. Mauldin, a South Carolina politician ...

Cliff Roberts (cartoonist)

Cliff Roberts was an American cartoonist and animator who worked on inserts for Sesame Street as well as the spin-off comic strip and Sesame Street Magazine. Roberts spent much of his early career in New York City as a freelance commercial artist ...

Rich Hickey

Rich Hickey is a computer programmer and speaker, known as the creator of the Clojure programming language. Clojure is a Lisp dialect built on top of the Java Virtual Machine. He also created or designed ClojureScript, the Extensible Data Notatio ...

Chernihiv hryvnia

Chernihiv hryvnia or Chernigov grivna was a measure of weight and a currency of the Chernihiv principality. It had a very close shape to Kyivs hryvnia and in weight was as Novgorods hryvnia. Chernihiv hryvnia is a gold medallion belonging to the ...

Estimation (disambiguation)

Estimation is the process of finding a usable approximation of a result. Estimation may also refer to: Estimation statistics, a data analysis approach in frequentist statistics Approximation, finding estimates in the form of upper or lower bounds ...

David L. Childs

David L. Childs was a computer scientist noted for his work on his Extended Set Theoretic approach to data base management and cited by Edgar F. Codd in his key paper "A Relational Model of Data for Large Shared Data Banks".