Charities that should be concerned about Family First’s possible deregistration

first_imgCurrent registered charities who also do political advocacy :Child Poverty Action Group CC25387Amnesty International New Zealand Inc CC35331Save Animals From Exploitation (S.A.F.E.) CC40428The Vegan Society of Aotearoa CC45333ASH New Zealand Incorporated CC31354NZ Drug Foundation CC27025National Council of Women CC49050Rainbow Wellington CC43245Humanist Society of NZ CC36074Human Rights Action Trust Aotearoa / New Zealand CC37775Human Rights Foundation Of Aotearoa New Zealand CC22917Save the Children CC25367Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of New Zealand Inc CC26943Action For Children And Youth Aotearoa CC11198Caritas Aotearoa – New Zealand CC36055Human Rights In Education Trust CC21672Human Rights Network of Aotearoa/ New Zealand Trust CC35675International Shia Cultural and Human Rights Organization CC37128Youth For Human Rights (NZ) Incorporated CC39445Waves Trust CC24175Agender Christchurch Inc CC20922Animal Welfare Institute of New Zealand CC11235Q-Topia Incorporated CC38341Groups who opposed Family First during the anti-smacking debateEPOCH CC31965Te Kahui Mana Ririki CC28437UNICEF CC27773New Zealand National Committee For Unicef Trust Board CC35979Groups who opposed Family First during the ‘gay marriage’ debateQSA Network Aotearoa CC48531Waikato Queer Youth CC29356Rainbow Youth Incorporated CC24284last_img read more

15 coaches apply for Hearts coaching job

first_imgFifteen (15) local and foreign coaches are vying for the coaching job of Accra Hearts of OakGerald Ankrah, the General Manager of Hearts of Oak has outlined the factors to be taken into consideration before appointing a competent coach for the club“The search is on and we are hopeful of appointing a substantive coach any time soon before we commence our preseason programmes.“Several factors will be considered especially experience, financial demands and their vision for this club. We want a candidate who has what it takes to make Hearts an African football powerhouse once again. We deserve better than what we have done over the past few years and the best opportunities. We have to correct our mistakes now,” he told Hearts News, the official mouthpiece of the Phobians.Hearts of Oak struggled throughout the 2014-15 season and relegation was smiling on their faces, until they eventually escaped it, after they were declared winners of their match day 25 defeat to Kotoko by the Disciplinary Committee.Below is the list of the 15 applicants Petre GgiuRoberto LandiCenk OzcanCan VanliDesabre Sebastien Patrick De WildeMomcilo MedicEdward AnsahErnst MIddendorpZdravko Logarusic Coach SinghJiri MikaDietmar DemuthMufid ZimicAristica Cioaba –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more