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AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Tags: Online Gambling OTB and Betting Shops The GB Gambling Commission has announced a number of changes to its licence conditions and codes of practice (LCCP) in a move it said will help make gambling fairer and safer for players.The new rules will seek to raise standards for alternative dispute resolution (ADR), strengthen requirements on how licensees identify and interact with customers who may be at risk of or experiencing gambling harms, and also improve the transparency of funding for research, prevention and treatment.The latest changes follow open consultations and will be introduced in batches, with the first set of rules set to come into effect this October.In terms of ADR, gambling businesses will now be required to use only ADR providers that meet the Commission’s additional standards, as well as existing ADR regulations.The new standards relate to customer service, decision-making and governance, with the Commission saying they will make the role of an ADR provider clearer, improve consistency and reassure consumers that a provider is independent of the gambling business.New ADR rules will come into force on October 31, 2019 and apply to all licences, with the exception of gaming machine technical and gambling software licences.Meanwhile, changes to customer interaction requirements will mean operators must now focus more on the outcomes of both identifying and interacting with players who may be at risk of or experiencing harms associated with gambling. This includes assessing the impact that an interaction has on a consumer and the effectiveness of its overall approach.These changes are also effective from October 31 and will cover all licences apart from non-remote lottery, gaming machine technical, gambling software and host licences.In addition, the Commission is pushing all operators to meet responsibilities in terms of their voluntary funding for the research, prevention and treatment of gambling-related harm.From January 1, 2020, new rules will ensure that funds contributed by operators are targeted at helping to deliver the Commission’s National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms in Britain. The regulator will soon publish a list of bodies that operators can commit funds to as part of the new rules.“These changes have been designed to make gambling fairer and safer for consumers and we expect gambling firms to meet their responsibilities in these areas,” the Commission’s executive director, Paul Hope, said. 7th August 2019 | By contenteditor Email Address Gambling Commission to boost player protection with licence changes Regions: UK & Ireland Topics: Casino & games Legal & compliance Sports betting The GB Gambling Commission has announced a number of changes to its licence conditions and codes of practice (LCCP) in a move it said will help make gambling fairer and safer for players. Casino & games
Rogers & Co Ltd (ROGE.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Industrial holding sector has released it’s 2011 abridged results.For more information about Rogers & Co Ltd (ROGE.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Rogers & Co Ltd (ROGE.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Rogers & Co Ltd (ROGE.mu) 2011 abridged results.Company ProfileRogers & Co Limited is an international and investment services company headquartered in Mauritius, that primarily focuses on operations in four markets which are, financial tech, hospitality, logistics and property where the company provides services such as fiduciary, outsourcing, and consulting services, such as tax advisory, captive insurance management, fund administration, and actuarial services, technology services, including integrated business solutions, cloud computing, unified communications and collaboration, and mobile and converged connectivity services and financial services. Rogers & Co Limited operates through the following segments, aviation, financial services, hospitality, logistics, property, real estate and agribusiness, technology, corporate office, and corporate treasury. Rogers & Co limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
Rogers & Co Ltd (ROGE.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Industrial holding sector has released it’s 2018 annual report.For more information about Rogers & Co Ltd (ROGE.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Rogers & Co Ltd (ROGE.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Rogers & Co Ltd (ROGE.mu) 2018 annual report.Company ProfileRogers & Co Limited is an international and investment services company headquartered in Mauritius, that primarily focuses on operations in four markets which are, financial tech, hospitality, logistics and property where the company provides services such as fiduciary, outsourcing, and consulting services, such as tax advisory, captive insurance management, fund administration, and actuarial services, technology services, including integrated business solutions, cloud computing, unified communications and collaboration, and mobile and converged connectivity services and financial services. Rogers & Co Limited operates through the following segments, aviation, financial services, hospitality, logistics, property, real estate and agribusiness, technology, corporate office, and corporate treasury. Rogers & Co limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
Back when we knew their future: Treviso and Zebre do not know if they will be in a European competition in 2014/15By Alan DymockIT MAY not have changed anyone’s mind, but two timely wins for the Italian franchises in the RaboDirect Pro12 at the weekend has certainly offered a glimpse of why rugby needs to continue developing in the country.With Zebre claiming their first ever win in any competition against the Cardiff Blues 30-25 and Benetton Treviso humbling Munster in Italy 29-19, it was a weekend to celebrate for the two clubs.Not a disaster: the Amlin CC or any similar competitionHowever, while calls for accord still ring around Europe and Premiership Rugby and France’s LNR stand firm in the face of the French Rugby Federation’s claims that there can be no breakaway competition, the Celtic and Italian teams are still in the dark. In the future structures may change and league placings may decide who plays in which European competition, but the Italians must be assured of something. Not having any outlet beyond league competition would be disastrous for the growth of the game in Italy. Arguably it would be better for one or both of the pro teams to compete in the Amlin Challenge Cup or it’s predecessor tournament, as they certainly stand more chance of winning the competition or progressing through tough rounds of knock-out rugby than the semi-professional Italian sides – Calvisano, Cavilieri, Mogliano and Viadana – but the issue is and will be until there is resolution that the English and French sides are currently dictating to the rest of the continent. Setting a precedence of disrupting a competition or competitions and ensuring that were they to strike in the future no one else stands a chance can only be bad for the game as a whole. Of course one or both of the Italian sides could still survive, grow and profit in a second-tier in Europe and this is not anywhere near as Earth-rattling a prospect as some are claiming but if it does ever get to the stage of every faction for themselves there is very little the Italians can do to speak up for themselves. They have no leverage in terms of crowd numbers, TV viewing figures or marketing clout.Which is the great shame behind all of this, particularly as they have so much potential that was evidenced at the weekend. DUBLIN, IRELAND – JUNE 5: The Heineken Cup and Amlin Trophies are displayed ahead of the draws for the composition of the pools for the 2013/14 Heineken Cup and Amlin Challenge Cup tournaments at the Aviva Stadium on June 5, 2013 in Dublin, Ireland. (Photo by Peter Muhly/Getty Images) LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS
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Émissions de janvier et février 2017 Priest Associate or Director of Adult Ministries Greenville, SC Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA Les anglicans ont-ils des raisons de dire : merci Luther ? À l’occasion des 500 ans de la Réforme, le Magazine Anglican consacre deux émissions à cette question.Le premier volet, diffusé le 28 janvier 2017, aborde l’aspect historique : la Réforme anglaise s’est elle inspirée de Luther ?34 ans après les 95 thèses de Luther, Henry VIII a rompu avec Rome. Mais son souci principal était avant tout d’ordre dynastique.Rémy Bethmont, professeur d’histoire et civilisation britanniques à l’université de Paris VIII, analyse les différents courants protestants qui ont – ou non – inspiré la Réforme anglaise.Dès le XVIe siècle, des communautés britanniques ont implanté sur le « continent » leur façon « d’être église ». Le vénérable Meurig Williams, retrace l’historique de ces relations entre (ce qui est devenu aujourd’hui) le Diocèse en Europe de l’église d’Angleterre et les églises luthériennes scandinaves et allemandes.De l’autre côté de l’Atlantique, l’Église Épiscopale / anglicane, est « en pleine communion » avec l’église évangélique luthérienne d’Amérique (ELCA).Mgr. Pierre Whalon, évêque pour l’Europe de l’Église Épiscopale, explique ce que signifie cette pleine communion et attire notre attention sur deux prières du Livre de prières de l’Église Épiscopale, inspirées de Luther.Dans le deuxième volet de l’émission, diffusé le 25 février 2017, il est question des similitudes et différences au plan de la doctrine et de la théologie. L’occasion de redécouvrir les deux plus célèbres théologiens anglicans du XVIe siècle : Thomas Cranmer et Richard Hooker.Les deux volets sont émaillés des témoignages de sept paroissiens de la Cathédrale épiscopale de Paris ravis de pouvoir dire : merci Luther !Y compris à travers le chant et notamment le plus connu des cantiques composés par Luther (c’est un rempart que notre Dieu) qui figure parmi les hymnes des églises luthérienne et anglicane.Pour écouter l’émission cliquer sur : http://frequenceprotestante.com/emission/magazine-anglicanLe Magazine Anglican est diffusé, le 4e samedi du mois, à l’antenne parisienne de Fréquence Protestante. Via la radio numérique, chaque émission est accessible pendant six mois, aux auditeurs francophones d’Europe, d’Amérique, d’Afrique et d’Océanie.Animé depuis 2012, par Laurence Moachon, paroissienne de la Cathédrale de la Sainte Trinité à Paris, le Magazine Anglican a pour objectif de mieux faire connaître la tradition anglicane / épiscopale. 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Photo: Episcopal Church, via Facebook[Episcopal News Service] A delegation of Episcopalians who represented Presiding Bishop Michael Curry at this month’s United Nations climate conference in Poland is heralding the conference members’ agreement on next steps toward reining in global warming – and the successful resolution of a key impasse over word choice.The Episcopal delegation “bore witness to significant developments in international climate change policy,” the delegation’s leader, California Bishop Marc Andrus, said this week in a written statement about the conclusion of COP24, known officially as the 24th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.Nearly 200 countries met Dec. 2-14 in Katowice, Poland, with the goal of developing a framework for implementing the 2015 Paris Agreement, which seeks to keep global warming under the threshold of 2 degrees Celsius that scientists predict is necessary to prevent a spiraling catastrophe of melting glaciers, rising sea levels and related weather extremes.In 2016, the Episcopal Church was granted U.N. observer status, which allows members of the delegation to brief U.N. representatives on the Episcopal Church’s General Convention climate resolutions and to attend related meetings. At COP24, the delegation promoted a more ambitious goal of keeping global temperature rise within 1.5 degrees Celsius.Andrus said most member nations “acknowledged the need to ramp up ambitions for reducing carbon emissions, while also attending to a ‘just transition’ for the most heavily impacted countries who are also the most under-resourced for adaption.”COP24 President Michał Kurtyka called the successful negotiations on implementing the Paris Agreement “a great achievement.”“Our common efforts didn’t consist solely of producing texts or defending national interests,” Kurtyka said in an online statement. “We were conscious of our responsibility to people and commitment for the fate of Earth, which is our home and the home of future generations who will come after us.”Andrus was joined for both weeks of COP24 by Lynnaia Main, the Episcopal Church’s representative to the United Nations, and Andrus’ wife, Sheila Andrus, an ecological entomologist representing the Diocese of California.The rest of the delegation was split between the conference’s two weeks, with the first week including the Rev. Lester Mackenzie of Laguna Beach, California; Alan Yarborough, Office of Government Relations communications officer, and the Rev. Melanie Mullen, the Episcopal Church’s director of reconciliation, evangelism and creation care. For the second week, they handed off to Andrew Thompson, an environmental ethicist at Sewanee: The University of the South, and Jack Cobb, Office of Government Relations domestic and environmental policy adviser.“Our delegation, through our meetings with negotiators, our presentations and our side events, worked tirelessly to bring our church’s own unique voice to COP24,” Andrus said. They also participated in panel discussions, conferred with ecumenical partners and joined worship and prayer services. 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Most COP24 member parties had sought to “welcome” the IPCC report, but that wording raised objections from the United States, Russia, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.“The United States was willing to note the report and express appreciation to the scientists who developed it, but not to welcome it, as that would denote endorsement of the report,” the U.S. State Department said in a statement quoted by the Associated Press. “As we have made clear in the IPCC and other bodies, the United States has not endorsed the findings of the report.”That response “was far from adequate to forward the climate action needed now,” Andrus said. He wrote an initial draft of an Episcopal delegation statement, and he and his team spent five hours revising it until it was ready to present to the U.S. delegation on Dec. 11.The statement referenced resolutions passed by the Episcopal Church’s General Convention and invoked some of the consequences of climate change already being experienced across the church, from rising sea levels to wildfires.“It was a clear stand based on the Episcopal Church’s policy and actions to say that words matter and that the science-based goals of a global climate agreement, which can avert the worst climate impacts, also matter,” Andrus said.In the end, COP24 member parties adopted language that “appreciated and expressed gratitude” for the IPCC report while urging all parties to make use of its findings.“What I hope Episcopalians will know from our small, singular experience in Katowice is that their voices matter,” Andrus said, and he encouraged anyone interested in these issues to follow the Episcopal Public Policy Network. “Advocacy is the way we express our faith in action.”– David Paulsen is an editor and reporter for the Episcopal News Service. He can be reached at [email protected]