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Respect: Stronger Together: Vienna launches major prevention program

Good education, means a prosperous and good future, civilization of people and nation.
The city of Vienna, which named world’s top city for quality of life, attaches great importance to the quality education sector.
The mayor of Vienna, Dr. Michael Ludwig and the Greens leader and municipal council Birgit Hebein announced in a press conference held on Tuesday launches a major prevention program for Vienna’s schools with special challenges. The development of the program will be accompanied by independent integration expert Kenan Güngör.

Behind the program “Respect: Stronger Together Stronger” is the idea to conclude a common alliance for respect between teachers, pupils and parents. This is intended to meet the challenges of everyday school life: devaluation based on gender, origin, sexual orientation, religion or belief, prejudice, bullying, tensions and conflicts in the classroom, experience of discrimination or hatred in the net.

The aim is to link youth and integration work as well as women’s and girls’ promotion more closely with the school in a permanent and cross-administrative program. Thus, the city sets the same educational as well as integration and women’s political accents.

The aim is to strengthen girls and boys in a targeted manner, to support educators in dealing with the manifold problems of young people and to involve parents as central educational partners. The program is therefore aimed at all school partners with target group-specific offers and is carried out in schools with high social challenges.

The program is being developed under the responsibility of the City Councilor for Education Jürgen Czernohorszky and Women’s Councilor Kathrin Gaal with the Child and Youth Services (MA 11), the Youth Department (MA 13), the Integration Department (MA 17), the Women’s Service Vienna (MA 57) and the Education Directorate will be tested, evaluated and rolled out during the 2019/20/20 school year in New Middle Schools and Polytechnic Schools in a pilot phase.
Program for all school partners

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Iran is implementing its nuclear-related commitments under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action

My report on Verification and monitoring in the Islamic Republic of Iran in light of United Nations Security Council resolution 2231 (2015) covers relevant activities of the Agency in that country in the last few months. said IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano in his speech delivered to the Board of Governors.

Amano added: “Iran is implementing its nuclear-related commitments under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. It is essential that Iran continues to fully implement those commitments.”

The Agency continues to verify the non-diversion of nuclear material declared by Iran under its Safeguards Agreement. Evaluations regarding the absence of undeclared nuclear material and activities in Iran continue.

In implementing verification activities in Iran, the Agency analyses all safeguards-relevant information, which normally takes time, and takes action when appropriate. The Agency undertakes analysis and takes action in an impartial, independent and objective manner, within the existing safeguards framework and in line with established safeguards practice.

Nuclear Verification

Conclusion of Safeguards Agreements and Additional Protocols

Since my last report, a comprehensive safeguards agreement, a small quantities protocol and an additional protocol have entered into force for Liberia. Malaysia has rescinded its small quantities protocol. Papua New Guinea has amended its small quantities protocol. In addition, France amended its small quantities protocol to the safeguards agreement between France, EURATOM and the Agency under the Treaty of Tlatelolco.

The number of States with safeguards agreements in force now stands at 183, while 134 States have brought additional protocols into force.

I ask States Parties to the Board of Governors without comprehensive safeguards agreements in force to bring such agreements into force without delay. I hope that States which have not yet concluded additional protocols will do so as soon as possible. I also call on States with small quantities protocols based on the old standard text to amend or rescind them.

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Lacina and the memories of the Danube

Seven years ago, I met Austrian musician Herbert Lacina while running on the beautiful banks of the Danube.

We talked to each other for the first time when I stood enjoying the sunset view on the Danube, we ate an orange. Since then we know each other.

Quite simply a musician and a journalist met on the Danube, and then became friends at work.

A good equation has basic rules not only in music and journalism but also in the science of equivalence and calculation in the life.

Mr. Lacina is Austrian born in 1954 in Vienna.
He introduced himself in short, concise and useful sentences. 12-string base, is a jazz musician based in Vienna.
Very present in the field of jazz and improvised music. I play in several bands and orchestras.
Lacina said: “I perceive music as a stream of energy, a free form without any limitations.”

Lacina is a member of the SFIEMA (Society for Free Improvisation and Experimental Music Austria), an active member of the Kunstraum Ewigkeitsgasse with his own concert series and also a member of the IG Visual arts.

He often plays concerts in the Celeste, Vienna Künstlerhaus, Porgy & Bess, Forum Stadtpark Graz, in the old blacksmiths and many other venues and also performs in the context of “Wien Modern”.

About Lacina musicial life in Vienna, he shares his fellow musicians the musical career such as Michael Fischer (Vienna Improvisers Orchestra), Reut Regev & Igal Foni, Marco Eneidi, Martin Wichtl, Simone Weissenfels, Isabel Duthoit, Yedda Lin, Ingrid Oberkanins, Andreas Eichhorn, Lieselotte lengl, Eric & Vanessa Arn, Sylvia Bruckner, Angelina Ertel, Diego Mune, Andy Menrath, Jean-Michel Van Schouwburg, Anna Anderluh, Stefan Heckel, Gloria Damijan, Mia Zabelka, Elisabeth Harnik, Claudia Cervenca and many more …

Few days ago I met Mr. Lacina at Café Korb during a wonderful concert (The Happy Sun / Station Rose / Mia Zabelka ). we had the fruitful discussion published in this report.

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Steyr beschließt Rekordbudget im Umfang von 155 Millionen Euro

Von Dr. Michael Chvatal / Magistrat Steyr / Ein Rekordbudget im Umfang von 155 Millionen Euro beschloss der Steyrer Gemeinderat in seiner heutigen Sitzung. Der Ordentliche Haushalt weist Einnahmen und Ausgaben in Höhe von 140.901.700 Euro auf. Der Außerordentliche Haushalt (Investitionshaushalt) ist mit 14.330.100 Euro dotiert.

Eine Fülle von Investitionen

Neben den in Realisierung befindlichen Großprojekten, wie Stadtplatz-Neugestaltung und Renovierung Innerberger Stadl für die Landesausstellung 2021 (zwei Millionen Euro) stellen der Straßen-, Brücken- und Kanalbau (3,9 Millionen Euro) sowie Großinvestitionen im Pflichtschulbereich (1,1 Millionen Euro für WLAN und Brandschutz) die größten Einzelinvestitionsposten dar.

Hinzu kommen ein neues Musikhaus für die Stadtkapelle (500.000 Euro), eine neue öffentliche WC-Anlage im Durchgangsbereich zur Stadtplatzgarage (200.000 Euro), der Kompletttausch des Geschirrs für Essen auf Rädern (700.000 Euro), die Gesamterneuerung inklusive Beleuchtung der Radwegverbindung Unterer Schiffweg von Garsten bis zur Schönauerbrücke (300.000 Euro), zwei neue Motorik-Parks (200.000 Euro) im Bereich Stadtgut und im Schlosspark sowie der durch die Stadtbetriebe Steyr GmbH finanzierte, neue Panoramalift auf den Tabor (2,7 Millionen Euro).

Ausgeglichener Haushalt

„Das vorerst budgetierte Jahresminus von 1,3 Millionen Euro ist durch Rücklagen gedeckt, womit die Stadt mit einem zur Gänze ausgeglichenen Haushalt in das Jahr 2019 startet“, stellt Finanzreferent Bürgermeister Gerald Hackl fest und kritisiert einmal mehr die exorbitante Kostenbelastung durch das Land Oberösterrech.

Exorbitante Kostenbelastung durch Land OÖ setzt sich fort

„Das Delta aus Zahlungen an das Land und Bedarfszuweisungen seitens des Landes an die Stadt hat sich neuerlich um fast eine Million erhöht und schlägt sich im Budget 2019 mit der unglaublichen Summe von 18,56 Millionen Euro nieder“, so der Stadtchef.

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Michelle wurde getötet und hinterließ zwei traurige Katzen

Michelle (16), wurde getötet und hinterließ zwei traurige Katzen und einen Schock unter Freunden.

Die Szene ist sehr traurig. Gestern war Michelle aus Münichholz in Steyr am Leben, lachte und trug ein wunderschönes Kleid. Sie ging mit ihrer Freundin M, die es vorzieht, nicht genannt zu werden, und Weihnachtsgeschenke kauft, bevor der gewalttätige Ex-afghanische Freund Sabre, Asylbewerber  17 Jahre alt, ankam, der sie tötete und aus dem Hinterhausfenster lief.

Am Dienstag, dem zweiten Tag des Mordes an Michaelas, kam ihre Freundin (M), um ihre Katzen zu füttern. und entzündete eine Kerze am Eingang der Wohnung, die von der Polizei geschlossen wurde, nachdem ihre Mutter aus Sicherheitsgründen an einen anderen Ort gezogen war.

“M”, traf Michelle vor 16 Jahren im Kindergarten. Sie war die ihre engste Freundin. Sie beschrieb Michaela als eine angenehme Persönlichkeit, ruhig und schön
Sie sagte, Michelle kenne ihren afghanischen Freund seit Mai 2018, beide waren in die gleiche Liebesgeschichte geraten.

Saber war sehr gewalttätig und schrie jedes Mal in der Wohnung, wenn er Michelle besuchte. Sie wurden dreimal getrennt, aber nach einigen Tagen Trennung kehrte er zurück.

“M” Antwort auf unsere Frage: Hat sich Michelle bei der Polizei gegen den gewalttätigen Saber beschwert?

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Michelle was killed

“Michaela…” 16 years old, was killed and left behind two cats and a shock among friends

The scene is very painful. Yesterday, Michelle from Münichholz in Steyr was alive, laughing, and wearing a beautiful dress. She went with her friend “M”, who prefers not to be named, and bought Christmas gifts, before the arrival of the violent ex-Afghan friend Saber, asylumseeker, age of 17, who killed her and ran away from the back-house window.

On Tuesday, the second day Michelle murder, Her friend (M) came to feed her cats. She had lightened a candle at the entrance to the apartment, which was closed by the police, after her mother moved to another place for security reasons.

M, met Michelle at the kindergarten 16 years ago. She is the closest friend to her. She described her as a pleasant personality, quiet and beautiful.
She said that Michaela had known her Afghan boyfriend since may 2018, both of had fallen into the same routine tale of love.

Saber was very violent and screamed in the apartment each time he visited Michelle. They split three times, but always he return after few days of separation.

M Responding to our question: Did Mikhelle complain to the police against the violent Saber ?

No, Michelle was quiet, working in Bella, did not have time, and did not like the problems. But she told me she would not go back to him after the third time of separation. I think that’s why Saber killed her .
M. said that Michelle had left two cats behind her and that she come to feed them on behalf of her friend

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Renewed Action Against Organized Crime, Human Trafficking and Illicit Firearms Through Palermo Convention

Yury Fedotov, Executive Director of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, opened the ninth session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime today, urging governments to strengthen cooperative action against shared challenges.

The opening session was also addressed by the President of Panama, Juan Carlos Varela Rodríguez, Italian Justice Minister Alfonso Bonafede and other high-level speakers.

This year marks the 15th anniversary of the Palermo Convention’s entry into force and Mr. Fedotov highlighted the continuing importance of the Convention and its Protocols on human trafficking, migrant smuggling and illicit firearms trafficking in addressing urgent threats.

He said: “The international community is confronted on a daily basis by cybercrime and the online sexual exploitation and abuse of children; the use of cryptocurrencies to launder criminal proceeds; and illicit firearms trafficking supplying terrorists with deadly weapons. Maritime crime and wildlife crime are stealing away livelihoods and endangering natural resources.

“These are complex, cross-border threats with a scale and impact that could hardly have been foreseen nearly two decades ago when the Convention was signed in Palermo. And yet the Convention and its Protocols have more than stood the test of time.”

The UNODC Executive Director called for strengthening international cooperation and technical assistance through the Convention.

“Disparities in capacities and coordination enable transnational organized crime networks to evade justice. We need to close gaps and address vulnerabilities, between countries and regions as well as online, if we are to effectively address these challenges,” he said.

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Vladimir Putin Visits Vienna to Mark 50th Anniversary of Gas Deal

Russian President Vladimir Putin visited Austria on Tuesday in his first trip to the West since being re-elected to the Kremlin and was rebuffed when he called for European Union sanctions to be lifted.

The Russian leader was given full military honours as he met with Alexander van der Bellen, the Austrian president, and Sebastian Kurz, the Austrian chancellor.

The visit is full of symbolic importance for both sides. Fifty years ago this month, Austria became the first Western European country to sign a natural gas deal with the Soviet Union, a commercial arrangement that survives to this day. Next month, Austria takes over the rotating EU presidency, just as Russia has begun making signals that it wants to engage more with Europe. It sees Vienna as an important ally.

Mr Putin used the opportunity to argue for the lifting of Western sanctions imposed over Russia’s annexation of Crimea and support for separatists in eastern Ukraine, telling a joint press conference it would benefit all sides.

An Austria energy company signed a new deal with Russia’s Gazprom to secure gas supplies until 2040, and Mr Kurz spoke of how the two countries “cooperate well not only in the political but also in the economic sphere”.

Mr Kurz has made no secret of his desire to preserve good relations with Moscow, saying he wants Austria to be a “bridge” between Russia and the West.

“Today we had the opportunity to talk about international issues, that Russia as a superpower has a great significance in Syria and eastern Ukraine, and that Russia has a great responsibility. We hope Russia will contribute to people finally seeing what they are longing for: peace,” he said after meeting with Mr Putin on Tuesday.

In an interview with Austrian television ahead of the talks, Mr Putin insisted he was not trying to split Europe. “We want a united and prosperous Europe,” he said, arguing the EU is Russia’s most important economic partner.

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