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Break-in at publisher and news agency specialising in women’s affairs

first_img NSO Group hasn’t kept its promises on human rights, RSF and other NGOs say Help by sharing this information Reports RSF_en MexicoAmericas Reporters Without Borders condemns a break-in that was discovered yesterday morning at the Mexico City offices of CIMAC, an NGO that publishes reports about women’s issues and runs its own news agency, Cimac Noticias. Most of its computer equipment and much of its archives were stolen. July 29, 2008 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Break-in at publisher and news agency specialising in women’s affairs Receive email alerts to go further 2011-2020: A study of journalist murders in Latin America confirms the importance of strengthening protection policies May 13, 2021 Find out more News Follow the news on Mexico News News Reporter murdered in northwestern Mexico’s Sonora state MexicoAmericas May 5, 2021 Find out more April 28, 2021 Find out more Reporters Without Borders condemns a break-in that was discovered yesterday morning at the Mexico City offices of CIMAC, an NGO that publishes reports about women’s issues and runs its own news agency, Cimac Noticias. Most of its computer equipment and much of its archives were stolen.“We add our voice to the voices of all the organisations that have publicly condemned this act of vandalism and we express our support for CIMAC,” Reporters Without Borders said. “We hope an investigation will quickly establish who was responsible.”CIMAC editorial coordinator Caroline Velásquez told Reporters Without Borders: “We think this break-in definitely has to do with CIMAC and the work we have been doing for years to defend human rights and free expression.”Cimac Noticias has recently covered many sensitive stories including a case of sexual abuse of young girls by police officers, rapes of indigenous women by soldiers and harassment of Lydia Cacho, a freelance journalist who has written about paedophile rings (see release No. 16013).CIMAC has reported the break-in to the judicial authorities and 10 NGOs representing social workers, journalists and human rights activists have issued a joint appeal for the break-in to be investigated as quickly as possible. Organisation last_img read more

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$50M Upgrades for Long Island State Parks

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York More than $50 million in enhancements being made to at a half dozen New York State parks on Long Island are expected to be completed in time for beach season, officials said.Improvements include new cottages at Wildwood and Heckscher State Parks, the new Boardwalk Café at Jones Beach State Park, boaters being able to stay overnight for the first time at the Robert Moses State Park marina, a new entranceway and rehabilitated bathhouse at Sunken Meadow State Park, and new trail access for the first time in 40 years at Napeague State Park.“These new improvements and opportunities will encourage more people to visit and discover this wonderful park system for themselves,” Gov. Andrew Cuomo said.The first seven cottages at a state park on LI is slated to open Memorial Day weekend at Wildwood in Wading River, with another three one-and-two-bedroom units to follow by Independence Day. Five similar cottages at Heckscher in East Islip are now available to book online and will be open in time for the Fourth of July weekend, with 10 more to come by 2019.At the most-visited state park on the Island, the $20 million Jones Beach Boardwalk Café is expected to debut by July 4 weekend, bringing back a popular dining option to the Central Mall. The café will be operated by Centerplate, a concessionaire offering hospitality services at the park. A new spray ground is slated to open nearby the same weekend.In addition, a 2.5-mile extension of the Ocean Parkway pedestrian path is currently under construction from the current end of the Boardwalk to the West End 2 Building, which will permit users of the path to travel the full length of the park.At Robert Moses, the $3.4 million, 45-slip marina is now open and for the first time will welcome overnight boating on a first-come first-serve basis through Columbus Day weekend. Slips can accommodate vessels up to 42 feet and are now equipped with plumbing and electrical service. For additional information, call 631-669-0449.In addition, the bathhouse/concession facility at the park’s popular Field 5 beach was renovated with new windows and doors, painted ceilings, tile walls and floors, and new restroom fixtures including the addition of family restroom facilities.At Sunken Meadow, visitors will find a $2.5 million automated and renovated entrance plaza, revitalized event space at the West Pavilion run by Lessing’s Hospitality Group, renovated bathhouse, and improved golf course. The Main Bathhouse now includes an improved Park Visitor information office with an environmental education center.And the $3 million golf course upgrade includes a renovated entranceway, professional shop in the clubhouse and restrooms. Throughout 27-hole golf course, greens, fairways and bunkers were improved and a new irrigation system was installed on the Blue and Red Courses and a golf cart path on the Red Course was installed. A new $2.5 million marshland reconstruction and environmentally friendly renovation of Parking Field 2 is also expected this fall.And at Napeague, two miles of new trails, a parking area and interpretive signage about the region’s historic fishing industry were unveiled at the largely undeveloped 1,364-acre park. The new “Promised Land” trail network provides access to a pristine South Fork bay beach that has not been available to the public in 40 years. The trail network includes a short loop, 1.5-mile main loop, a beach loop, and a short spur to an overlook and interpretive kiosk.last_img read more

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Slovenian campers choose the best campsites in Croatia

first_imgBy the way, this year Slovenian campers realized 30% less overnight stays than last year, and the causes are along security measures i vouchers which the Slovenes received from the state for a holiday in their country. Thus, Slovenian camps have as much as 61% more overnight stays by domestic campers. In the category of the best mobile home resorts, the first prize surprisingly goes to this year’s open River camping Bled, where they made a real small alpine village with wooden-style houses. The second prize goes to the houses in the Krk Premium camp, and the third to the Aminess Maravea camp near Novigrad. Among the larger camps in Dalmatia, the first place was won by the camp Straško from Novalja on the island of Pag, where guests are offered large shady pitches, a beautiful beach, a swimming pool and excellent animation. The second prize goes to the Šimune camp, and the third to the Adriatiq camp near Primošten. Avtokampi.si Camps in Kvarner are the most popular among Slovenian campers. The first prize in the category of larger camps was won this year by the Čikat camp from Mali Lošinj, where they arranged new pitches, renovated toilets and improved the sports offer. The second place goes to the camp Kovačine on Cres, which because of the beautiful beach that families love, and the third to the camp Aminess Atea Resort in Njivice on the island of Krk. It is a selection in which many campers vote for the best camps throughout the season, and which is taking place for the tenth time this year. The award for the best small Dalmatian camp this year goes to the Lupis camp from Lovište at the end of Pelješac. Super decorated camp, where guests say that the toilets are nicer than at home. The second place went to the camp Slanica on the island of Murter, and the third to the camp Navis from Novalja.  The best camps in Dalmatia on Pag and Peljesac In the category of larger camps in Istria, this year the camp Valkanela from Vrsar received the most votes. In recent years, the camp has arranged new plots, renovated part of the toilets and built a swimming pool complex. The second place was won by the camp Lanterna Premium Resort from Poreč, and the third by the camp Porto Sole from Vrsar. A clear indicator of the effectiveness of vouchers in Slovenia. Namely, in response to the corona crisis, the Slovenian government increased vouchers for domestic travel, so that each adult received vouchers worth 200 euros, and children 50 euros. Vouchers can be used until the end of this year in Slovenia for bed or bed and breakfast. If we look at one family with two children, we come to the amount of the voucher value of 500 euros. Camp Čikat and camp Draga the best in Kvarner The second place was won by the Ulika camp from Poreč, and the third by the Baldarin camp from Punta Križa on Cres. In the category of smaller Kvarner camps, the first place goes to Camp Draga in Mošćenička Draga. The young team is trying to provide guests with a nice vacation on the coast directly below Učka. Camp Mali from Baška is in second place, and camp Rapoča from Nerezine is in third place. As a nation of campers, Slovenes have traditionally come on holiday to the Adriatic and spent just over 2 million overnight stays in camps. In Istrian camps, Slovenes spend 38% of all overnight stays, in Kvarner 25%, and in the area of ​​Zadar 19%. Among the cities, the most popular are the camps in Medulin, Mali Lošinj and Novalja. Slovenian camping web portal Avtokampi.si has again this year organized the selection of the best camp in Croatia and Slovenia – Best Camp Adria. Mobile homes have been even more popular this year as they offer a safe form of stay. Each cottage with bedrooms has its own kitchen and bathroom, so guests do not need to use common areas. This year’s camping season was much different as the campsites only opened at the end of May. The best small camp in Istria this year is the Polidor camp from Funtana, which is open all year round. Guests praise the personal approach to the guest, the organization of family bike tours, wine and olive oil tastings and animation. Second place goes to Camp Lighthouse in Savudrija and third to Camp Puntica in Funtana. Koversada the best FKK camp The award for the best mobile home settlement goes to Bled Slovenians love natural camps with lots of shade on the plots, a diverse beach and good animation. There are only 14 more campsites in Croatia, which enable FKK camping. This year, the Koversada camp from Vrsar received the most votes, where they supplemented the offer with the rental of modern mobile homes. The best camps in Istria are Valkanela and Polidorlast_img read more

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