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Carbohydrates in Solution

ROY L. WHISTLER
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Chapter 14, pp 242–255

Chapter DOI: 10.1021/ba-1971-0117.ch014
Advances in Chemistry, Vol. 117
ISBN13: 9780841201781
eISBN: 9780841222977
Publication Date (Print): June 01, 1973
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Pharmacognostic Evaluation of Phyllanthus amarus
Bratati De and P. C. Datta
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Extraction of non-timber forest products in the Forests of Biligiri
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sustainable harvest of amla phyllanthus emblica, (Euphorbiaceae)
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[socialactionfoundationforequity:15111 Rape condemnations pour in

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Imphal, March 27 2012: Even as four accused rapists have been arrested in connection with the rape of a housewife on March 22 in Bishnupur district, condemnations from various civil society organisations continue to pour in.

Strongly condemning the gang rape of the housewife, the Manipur State Commission for Women has informed that it would initiate investigation of the crime, which also involved IRB personnel.

In a statement, member secretary of MSCW, S Meghachandra Sharma conveyed that the Commission has sought a status report from the DGP Office over the incident.

Condemning the rape of the woman, Zeliangrong Baudi (Assam, Manipur and Nagaland) has demanded payment of compensation to the rape victim under the SC/ST Atrocities Act, Government of India.

In a statement, the ZB pledged to continue pressurising the Government with like-minded civil society organisations until justuce is delivered to the victim.

The Baudi also expressed doubt over the motive of the Home Department for not taking action against the rapists till now even after their arrest.

It urged that no culprits should be covered up or spared for such inhuman acts.

Appeciating the swift action of the Bishnupur police in arresting the culprits, it deplored the manner in which the arms used in the crime was issued to the miscreants.

Demanding the termination of the two police culprits involved in the act, the Zeliangrong Baudi further expressed disapproval of the approach made by the parents of the rapists who persuade the victim's family to close the issue tacitly with payment of money.

Condemning the rape incident, Naga Peoples' Union, Imphal has demanded stringent punishment to the accused rapists.

Registering condemnation of the crime, the All Manipur Students' Union (AMSU) has demanded fitting legal punishment to the accused rapists including the two police personnel.

AMSU also pledged to join any agitation in collaboration with like-minded civil society organisations until justice is met.

It also shared the grief of the victim.

Meanwhile, Survival Action for Human Rights, Self Help Group (HIV/AIDS Widows), Young Women Help Organisation, Keishampat, and Momnu Eerikkhombi Lup (MEEKHOL) have condemned the rape of the woman and demanded fitting punishment against the accused rapists.

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March 26, 2012

The Women's Collective, together with the other agencies, wrote members of the Arizona House of Representatives to express concern for the State of Arizona's House Bill 2625.

House Bill 2625 violates the sexual and reproductive rights of women. It repeals a previous Arizona bill that requires health plans covering medication to also cover contraception. Under this law, employers would be permitted to refuse covering any medication that would be used for contraceptive purposes and fire female employees that are using birth control to prevent pregnancy.

Please support our letter and this movement by signing our petition.


The Honorable Debbie Lesko
House of Representatives 1700 W. Washington Room 222 Phoenix, AZ 85007

Dear Representative Lesko:

The Women's Collective, together with the undersigned agencies, is writing to express its deep concern for State of Arizona House Bill 2625. The Bill comes within the context of a broader legislative movement seeking to undermine women's access to sexual and reproductive healthcare. We are particularly concerned about the Bill's potential impact on women living with HIV/AIDS.

As written, House Bill 2625 will force some women to disclose private information regarding contraception use to their employers. Such disclosure will severely compromise the health and well-being of women, especially women living with HIV, for the following reasons:

Birth Control can be a Life-Saving Tool for Women living with HIV, House Bill 2625 fails to consider the sexual and reproductive needs of women living with HIV. Many HIV positive women choose to forgo childbirth due to the presumed complications to their health and the health of their unborn children. For these women, contraception is a health protection tool. By obstructing women's access to contraception, House Bill 2625 places HIV positive women at risk of unwanted pregnancies, including pregnancies that may be dangerous to their health and place resultant children at risk of serious health complications.

Women in Violent or otherwise Abusive Relationships
House Bill 2625 ignores the plight of women experiencing sexual violence or abusive relationships. For many women, especially those living with HIV, contraception is an essential tool to protect against unwanted pregnancies that result from coercive domestic relations or sexual violence. House Bill 2625 obstructs access to contraception and therefore places these women at further risk of unwanted pregnancies and likely further abuse. Moreover, the Bill may cause re-traumatization for survivors of sexual violence or abuse if these women are forced to disclose their experiences to their employer.

Erosion of the Doctor-Patient Relationship
House Bill 2625 interferes with the relationship between women and their healthcare providers because the Bill forces disclosure of personal and private information shared between a woman and her provider in the provider's office. As a result, the provider's office will no longer be a confidential space and women will no longer express their health concerns candidly. Confidentiality and candor are critical for women living with or at risk of HIV. Without these safeguards, many health concerns will go undiagnosed and untreated.

Regulation of Men's Sexual and Reproductive Choices
House Bill 2625 appears to target the sexual and reproductive choices available to women, leaving intact the similar options available to men. Such an imbalance violates the fundamental principle of gender equality and undermines decades of struggle to secure equality for our nation's women and girls.

Forced Disclosure of Minors' Health Information
Many minors receive health benefits through a parent's employment-based health insurance plan. For various reasons, a minor may elect to use contraception. As a result of House Bill 2625, this personal decision, which should remain confidential within a family, will now be subject to disclosure and the scrutiny of a parent's employer.

Employment Discrimination
Disclosure of personal sexual and reproductive health information to employers may expose HIV positive women to employment discrimination and further marginalization. In addition, no fail-proof strategy exists to prevent a woman's HIV status from being shared with her coworkers and thereby exposing her to social stigma and potential abuse.

These repercussions are long lasting and will only move society backward by reinforcing archaic and unfounded stigmatization, gender inequalities and discrimination. Not only will the Bill undermine decades of struggle for gender equality, the Bill will effectively divest women of their sexual and reproductive autonomy. Taking account for the aforementioned repercussions of the Bill and the critical nature of sexual and reproductive healthcare, the undersigned respectfully urge you to withdraw your support for this legislation. We also draw your attention to the following online petition in opposition to House Bill 2625.

Respectfully,

The Women's Collective
International Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS
U.S. Positive Women's Network, a project of WORLD (PWN)
Women Organized to Respond to Life Threatening Diseases (WORLD)

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Representative John Kavanagh
Representative Justin Olson
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[socialactionfoundationforequity:15108 New Study Shows D.C. Female Condom Program Highly Effective in Preventing HIV Infections

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From: Kiki Kalkstein <change@genderhealth.org>
Subject: New Study Shows D.C. Female Condom Program Highly Effective in Preventing HIV Infections
To: avnishjolly@yahoo.com
Date: Tuesday, 27 March, 2012, 19:50

CHANGE: Center for Health and Gender Equity

CHANGE: Center for Health and Gender Equity

Dear Prevention Advocate,

Great news! Yesterday, a new study conducted by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health showed that the female condom program in Washington, D.C., is highly effective in preventing HIV infection. These findings are cause for excitement as they affirm the importance of female condoms in preventing HIV and other STIs and unintended pregnancies in the U.S. and around the world. We know that investing in female condoms is the right thing to do and now we have additional data to continue to make the case for female condoms as a cost effective prevention intervention.

These findings are significant for female condom advocates as we continue to face challenges from decision makers regarding the cost effectiveness of female condoms. The findings are especially relevant to advocates for global access, as the HIV prevalence rate in Washington, D.C., is as high as in many sub-Saharan African countries, and women are at considerable risk of infection through heterosexual sex. The analysis concluded that the program, executed through a public-private partnership between the D.C. Department of Health, Female Health Company, and CVS/Caremark, produced significant cost-savings and "prevented enough infections in its first year to save more than $8 million in future medical costs over and above the cost of the program." The study also showed that the female condom is an excellent public health investment and that provision and promotion of the female condom, especially in high HIV prevalence geographic areas, deserves a place in the HIV prevention toolkit.

To read the study in its entirety, please see the current issue of AIDS and Behavior or you can read the study online. Also, see CHANGE President Serra Sippel's blog in the Huffington Post on the value of female condoms and woman-centered HIV prevention.

This study will be an important tool for female condom advocates to point to as we continue our work to increase access to female condoms globally, especially with the International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012) taking place in D.C. this summer. Congratulations to our colleagues and friends in Washington, D.C., on their tremendous work to increase access to female condoms and provide women with an important prevention intervention that they can initiate to protect themselves.

In solidarity,

Kiki Kalkstein
Advocacy and Outreach Associate

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:15108 STATEMENT: Legal Network and HALCO Welcome Sex Work Decision From Ontario Court of Appeal // DÉCLARATION: Le Réseau juridique et HALCO saluent l'arrêt de la Cour d'appel de l'Ontario

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CANADIAN HIV/AIDS LEGAL NETWORK AND HIV & AIDS LEGAL CLINIC ONTARIO WELCOME SEX WORK DECISION FROM ONTARIO COURT OF APPEAL - But caution that some of our most vulnerable remain targeted by current laws

TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 2012 - The Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network and the HIV & AIDS Clinic Ontario (HALCO) welcome  the March 26th Ontario Court of Appeal landmark decision on the constitutionality of Canada's sex work laws, but caution that sex workers who work on the street remain unable to negotiate safer sex and are thus still extremely vulnerable to harm.  This decision addresses the laws concerning "common bawdy houses" that prohibits indoor sex work, "living on the avails" of prostitution, and the prohibition of communicating in public for the purposes of sex work. The complete decision can be read online at http://bit.ly/GQQmFo

While sex work itself is not illegal in Canada, many of the provisions in Canada's Criminal Code make it all but impossible to engage in sex work without risk of prosecution.  All five of the Ontario Court of Appeal judges recognized that the current provisions regarding sex work have serious and negative impacts on the security and liberty rights of sex workers by reducing the ability of individuals to take steps to conduct their work more safely and make more informed decisions to protect themselves from harm. 

The restriction on "common bawdy houses" was struck down by the Court, which found the provision in Section 210 to be grossly disproportionate and overly broad in its application.  The Court has given Parliament one year to rewrite the law or it will be rendered invalid. 

The Court also revised the Section 212 prohibition regarding "living on the avails" of prostitution by limiting criminalization to situations where there are demonstrated "circumstances of exploitation."  In so doing, the Court has recognized that the provision is overbroad and served to criminalize non-exploitative relationships.

Overall, the Legal Network and HALCO applaud the Court's decision to recognize the human rights of sex workers by making indoor work safer and easier, without risk of prosecution.  If Parliament chooses to rewrite the law regarding "common bawdy houses", sex workers must be centrally involved in the process and closely consulted to ensure the new provisions reflect their experiences and address their security and safety needs. 

Unfortunately, three of five justices chose to uphold the provision in Section 213 concerning the criminalization of communicating for the purpose of prostitution.  The Court concluded that the provision legitimately works to reduce nuisance and harm to communities and must be weighed against the harms it might cause to sex workers. By upholding this communication prohibition, the law effectively makes it illegal to engage in outdoor sex work, despite the fact that sex work itself is not illegal in Canada.  Working outside is often the riskiest form of sex work, and the communication law has serious implications for sex workers' relationships with local law enforcement and causes crimes against them to go unreported.  Furthermore, the communication prohibition seriously hinders sex workers' ability to negotiate safer sex with clients, effectively forcing them to work in unsafe conditions. This renders outdoor sex workers disproportionately vulnerable to violence, death and increased risk of contracting HIV and other communicable diseases. 

For more information on how Canada's criminal laws regarding prostitution affect the health and human rights of sex workers, see the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network's booklet "Sex, work, rights: Changing Canada's criminal laws to protect sex workers' health and human rights," available for download at http://www.aidslaw.ca/publications/publicationsdocEN.php?ref=197.   


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LE RÉSEAU JURIDIQUE CANADIEN VIH/SIDA ET HIV & AIDS LEGAL CLINIC ONTARIO SALUENT L'ARRÊT DE LA COUR D'APPEL DE L'ONTARIO - Mais rappelle que certaines des personnes les plus vulnérables demeurent visées par les lois actuelles

MARDI, 27 MARS, 2012 - Le Réseau juridique canadien VIH/sida et HIV & AIDS Legal Clinic Ontario (HALCO) saluent l'arrêt de principe rendu le 26 mars par la Cour d'appel de l'Ontario sur la constitutionnalité des lois du Canada relatives à la prostitution, mais tient à rappeler que les travailleuses et travailleurs sexuels qui travaillent dans la rue n'ont pas la possibilité d'exiger des pratiques sexuelles moins risquées et demeurent donc extrêmement exposées aux préjudices. Cette décision rendue porte sur les lois concernant les « maisons de débauche » qui interdisent le travail sexuel à l'intérieur, le fait de « vivre des produits de la prostitution », et la sollicitation à des fins de prostitution. La décision est disponible en anglais seulement à http://bit.ly/GQQmFo.   

Bien que le travail sexuel lui-même ne soit pas illégal au Canada, plusieurs dispositions du Code criminel rendent pratiquement impossible d'exercer la prostitution sans risque de poursuite. Les cinq juges de la Cour d'appel de l'Ontario ont reconnu que les dispositions actuelles relatives à la prostitution ont de sérieux effets négatifs sur les droits à la sécurité et à la liberté des travailleuses et travailleurs sexuels, parce qu'elles réduisent leur aptitude à prendre des moyens pour exercer leur travail de manière plus sécuritaire et à prendre des décisions éclairées pour se protéger contre les préjudices.

La Cour a annulé la restriction concernant les « maisons de débauche ». Elle a jugé que l'article 210 était nettement disproportionné et trop vaste dans son application. La Cour a donné au Parlement un délai d'un an pour récrire la loi, sans quoi l'article sera invalidé.

La Cour a également examiné l'article 212, qui interdit de « vivre des produits » de la prostitution en limitant la criminalisation aux situations où l'exploitation est démontrée. Ce faisant, la Cour a reconnu que la disposition a une portée excessive et avait pour effet de criminaliser des relations où l'exploitation n'est pas en cause.

Dans l'ensemble, le Réseau et HALCO se réjouissent de la décision de la Cour, qui reconnaît les droits fondamentaux des travailleuses et travailleurs du sexe en soustrayant le travail du sexe à l'intérieur aux risques de poursuite. Si le Parlement choisit de récrire la loi concernant les « maisons de débauche », les travailleurs du sexe devront être au centre du processus et être étroitement consultés pour que les nouvelles dispositions reflètent leurs expériences et tiennent compte de leurs besoins sur le plan de la sécurité.

Malheureusement, trois des cinq juges ont choisi de confirmer la disposition de l'article 213 qui criminalise la sollicitation aux fins de prostitution. La Cour a conclu que la disposition a pour objectif légitime de réduire les nuisances et les préjudices causés à la population, objectif qui devait prendre le pas sur les préjudices susceptibles d'en résulter pour les travailleuses et travailleurs sexuels. En confirmant cette interdiction de communication, la loi rend donc illégal tout travail sexuel exercé à l'extérieur, en dépit du fait que la prostitution elle-même n'est pas illégale au Canada. Le travail à l'extérieur est souvent la forme de travail sexuel la plus risquée. La loi sur la sollicitation a de sérieuses répercussions pour les relations des travailleuses et travailleurs sexuels avec les forces policières locales et implique que les crimes dont ils sont victimes ne sont pas dénoncés. En outre, l'interdiction de la sollicitation affaiblit considérablement la capacité des travailleuses et travailleurs sexuels qui travaillent à l'extérieur de proposer aux clients des pratiques sexuelles plus sûres, ce qui les force en fait à travailler dans des conditions dangereuses. En outre, l'interdiction de la sollicitation nuit considérablement à la capacité des travailleurs du sexe de proposer è leurs clients des pratiques sexuelles plus sûres, ce qui les force à travailler dans des conditions dangereuses. En conséquence, les travailleuses et travailleurs sexuels qui travaillent à l'extérieur sont beaucoup plus exposés à la violence, à la mort et à des risques accrus de contracter le VIH et d'autres maladies transmissibles sexuellement.

Pour plus d'informations de comment les lois pénales du Canada touchant la prostitution affectent la santé et les droits humains des travailleuses et travailleurs sexuels, voyez le livret du Réseau juridique canadien VIH/sida « Sexe, travail, droits : Changer les lois pénales du Canada pour protéger la santé et les droits humains des travailleuses et travailleurs sexuels, » disponible pour télécharger à http://www.aidslaw.ca/publications/publicationsdocFR.php?ref=198.   

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1)Phloem Structure and Histochemistry

Annual Review of Plant Physiology

Vol. 28: 199-222 (Volume publication date June 1977)
DOI: 10.1146/annurev.pp.28.060177.001215

2)Anatomical and Ultrastuctural Observations inHypericum perforatum L. Leaves

Journal of Herbs, Spices & Medicinal Plants

Volume 5Issue 4, 1998


3)Some features of secretory systems in plants

B. E. JuniperA. J. Gilchrist and R. J. Robins

Volume 9, Number 5659-680DOI: 10.1007/BF01002907

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1- Critical success factors of the BOOT procurement system: reflections from the Stadium Australia case study

    Engineering Construction and Architectural Management, Volume 9, Issue 4, pages 352–361, August 2002

  http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1046/j.1365-232X.2002.00249.x/abstract;jsessionid=9319DAE874592BF93445F2114BEB9A0A.d04t01?userIsAuthenticated=false&deniedAccessCustomisedMessage=

 

 2- Hard and soft projects: a framework for analysis,

   International Journal of Project ManagementVolume 22, Issue 8, November  2004, Pages 645–653

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S026378630400047X

 

3- Exploring critical success factors for stakeholder management in construction projects

   Journal of Civil Engineering and Management Volume 15, Issue 4, 2009

   http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.3846/1392-3730.2009.15.337-348

4- critical success factors of public private sector partnerships: A case study of the Sydney SuperDome 

  Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management
   http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?articleid=1573070&show=abstract&

5-Weisheng Lu1, Liyin Shen, M.ASCE2, and Michael C. H. Yam, M.ASCE3 , "Critical Success Factors for Competitiveness of Contractors: China Study "

J. Constr. Eng. Manage. 134, 972 (2008)

  http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9364(2008)134:12(972)

6- Critical COMs of success in large-scale construction projects: Evidence from Thailand construction industry

 International Journal of Project Management, Volume 26, Issue 4, May 2008, Pages 420–430

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0263786307001275

 

7-Criteria for Selecting the Private-Sector Partner in Public–Private Partnerships

 J. Constr. Eng. Manage. 131, 631 (2005);

http://ascelibrary.org/coo/resource/1/jcemd4/v131/i6/p631_s1?isAuthorized=no

 

8-Improving Concessionaire Selection Protocols in Public∕Private Partnered Infrastructure Projects

J. Constr. Eng. Manage. 130, 670 (2004);

http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9364(2004)130:5(670) (10 pages)

9-Predicting Profit Performance for Selecting Candidate International Construction Projects

J. Constr. Eng. Manage. 133, 425 (2007);

 http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9364(2007)133:6(425)) (12 pages)

 

10-Successful Delivery of Public-Private Partnerships for Infrastructure Development

J. Constr. Eng. Manage. 133, 918 (2007);

 http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9364(2007)133:12(918) (14 pages)

 

11-  Critical Success Factors for PPPs in Infrastructure Developments: Chinese Perspective

J. Constr. Eng. Manage. 136, 484 (2010);

 http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)CO.1943-7862.0000152 (11 pages)

 

12- Selection of performance objectives and key performance indicators in public–private partnership projects to achieve value for money

Construction Management and Economics Volume 27, Issue 3, 2009

  http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/01446190902748705

13- A review of studies on Public–Private Partnership projects in the construction industry

International Journal of Project Management, Volume 28, Issue 7, October 2010, Pages 683–694

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0263786309001422

 

 

 

 

 

 

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