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Roundtable on the Child Protection Law, Kinshasa (DRC), 28 January 2013

Roundtable on the Child Protection Law, Kinshasa (DRC), 28 January 2013

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Four years after the promulgation of the law on child protection in the Democratic Republic of Congo, a roundtable discussion on its implementation was held on January 28 in Kinshasa. The event was organised by the Committee to Support the Social Work Street (CATSR) and Dynamo International -- Street Workers Network. Congolese Ministers of Social Affairs, Justice, Gender and Youth, together with the Belgian Minister of Youth Welfare (French Community of Belgium) took part in the discussion to work together for the strengthening of this law. Table ronde sur la loi portant protection de l'enfant, Kinshasa (RDC), 28 janvier 2013 Quatre ans après la promulgation la loi portant protection de l'enfant en RDC, une table ronde sur sa mise en œuvre s'est tenue le 28 janvier à Kinshasa. L'événement a été organisé par le Comité d'Appui au Travail Social de Rue (CATSR) et Dynamo international -- Street Workers Network. Les ministres congolais des Affaires sociales, de la Justice et du Genre, de la famille et de l'enfant ont participé avec la ministre belge de l'aide à la jeunesse (Communauté française de Belgique) à la discussion afin de travailler ensemble pour le renforcement de cette loi.
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Kinshasa law enforcement DRC

Kinshasa law enforcement DRC

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Yav & Associates in Lubumbashi, DRC - Kinshasa (ConGo) Competition Law Trade Lawyers

Yav & Associates in Lubumbashi, DRC - Kinshasa (ConGo) Competition Law Trade Lawyers

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U.S.: +1 845 675 0437 U.K.: +44 203 621 4779 Hong Kong: +852 3018 6771 Conference ID: 48066090 A live webcast of the earnings conference call can be accessed at http://www.alibabagroup.com/en/ir/earnings. An archived webcast will be available through the same link following the call. A replay of the conference call will be available for one week (dial-in number: +61 2 8199 0299; conference ID: 48066090). Please visit Alibaba Group's Investor Relations website at http://www.alibabagroup.com/en/ir/home on January 24, 2017 to view the earnings release and accompanying slides prior to the conference call. About Alibaba Group Alibaba Group's mission is to make it easy to do business anywhere. The company aims to build the future infrastructure of commerce. It envisions that its customers will meet, work and live at Alibaba, and that it will be a company that lasts at least 102 years.
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WION Breakfast: India's new adoption laws, return of postmen to Kinshasa and more

WION Breakfast: India's new adoption laws, return of postmen to Kinshasa and more

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  • Updated: 18 Jan 2017
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This morning on WION Breakfast, Sejal and Satya talked about the new adoption laws and return of postmen on the streets of Kinshasa. For these stories and much more watch the full show.
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CONGO: KINSHASA: MOBS PREY UPON CAPTURED REBELS

CONGO: KINSHASA: MOBS PREY UPON CAPTURED REBELS

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  • Updated: 21 Jul 2015
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French/Nat Troops loyal to Laurent Kabila claimed to have pushed back the rebel forces that had infiltrated parts of Congo's capital, taking hundreds of prisoners. Sporadic gun battles erupted in downtown Kinshasa on Thursday amid an atmosphere of lawlessness on the streets, where mobs preyed upon captured rebels. The carnage in Kinshasa continues. This man, or what is left of him, was allegedly a rebel. He was brutally tortured before the mob set him alight, when he was still alive. Such practices are a favoured method out here where the law of the mob rules. The same treatment is meted out to anyone who is suspected of being a rebel. The rebels are determined to take Kinshasa and oust President Laurent Kabila, who they accuse of mismanagement and corruption. They are a coalition of Tutsis from eastern Congo, Rwandan soldiers and disenchanted members of President Laurent Kabila's own military. But they face a formidable task, considering that Kabila has recruited Angolan, Zimbabwean and Namibian troops for his defence. Some rebel gunmen have apparently moved into central Kinshasa, where several men were shot dead by government forces. People such as this man. Accused of being a rebel, he is bundled into the back of a Land Rover and driven to a nearby bridge, to be bundled kicking and screaming over the side and summarily executed. But the government claims they are still in control of the capital. SOUNDBITE: (French) "I don't know which Kinshasa they are talking about, maybe it's Kinshasa, Kigali, but Kinshasa is not occupied. I have met a lot of difficulties with identity control, but I haven't seen any sign of occupation. The armed forces are controlling the situation." SUPER CAPTION: Said Abdoulaye Yerodia, Political Chief of Staff DR Congo Officials took journalists to the airport to prove it remained in government hands, but heavy fighting could be heard between the airport and the capital, 12 miles away. Kabila has mostly kept out of public view since the fighting began more than three weeks ago, but the government insists the president is in the capital. However, a government official in neighbouring Republic of Congo said Kabila has been spending occasional nights in the capital of Brazzaville, a city just across the Congo River from Kinshasa. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a7ea3bc71a4c11c5eeb5646f50baab5b Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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the futur of kinshasa

the futur of kinshasa

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  • Updated: 27 Mar 2016
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I"m proud of Dr.congo
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Soulèvement  populaire à Kinshasa (RDC ) contre la prolongation du mandat de Joseph Kabila,...

Soulèvement populaire à Kinshasa (RDC ) contre la prolongation du mandat de Joseph Kabila,...

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  • Updated: 13 Jan 2015
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Soulèvement populaire à Kinshasa (RDC ) contre la prolongation du mandat de Joseph Kabila,...le lundi 12j janvier 2015
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DR Congo organization gives a voice to abandoned children in Kinshasa

DR Congo organization gives a voice to abandoned children in Kinshasa

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In the Democratic Republic of Congo the streets of the capital Kinshasa are home to thousands of children. Many are abandoned by their families, some are even accused of witchcraft. One organization though is helping give a voice to those often stigmatised by their communities. CCTV's Clementine Logan reports
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Lola ya Bonobo (Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo)

Lola ya Bonobo (Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo)

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A visit to the Lola ya Bonobo sanctuary in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo with Francis Hannaway from CTIDD (Centre des Technologies Innovatrices et le Développement Durable). From the Friends of Bonobos website: "Confiscation It is illegal to sell bonobos. Without a sanctuary, there would be no way to enforce this law. There is currently a trade in bonobos who are sold as pets in Europe, USA, and the Middle East. Mothers and whole communities are killed for bush meat and a bonobo infant can sell for US$60,000 on the black market. Rehabilitation When bonobos are confiscated by the police, there must be somewhere to put them otherwise the bonobos will be killed or kept in cages. With a sanctuary, not only is there a safe, rich environment where the rescued orphans can live a normal life, but some of these orphans may eventually be reintroduced into the wild. Reintroduction Sanctuaries can educate the local population; the main consumers of bush meat. If sanctuaries can win over the local population to appreciate bonobos for the rare and wonderful animals they are, perhaps the demand for bush meat will decrease. There are very few education programs about environmental protection in Congo. Lola ya Bonobo is right next to the capital city of Kinshasa and has a tremendous impact on education."
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Pasteur Alph Lukau à Kinshasa 2

Pasteur Alph Lukau à Kinshasa 2

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  • Updated: 26 Feb 2014
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Congo Réalites de Kinshasa : Découvrez le pont Joseph Kabila au Camp Luka  congomikili

Congo Réalites de Kinshasa : Découvrez le pont Joseph Kabila au Camp Luka congomikili

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Papa Jean Tampwhuo-Sahum forever!!! Mama Emily Sanzay Ngaye in Kinshasa/DR Congo

Papa Jean Tampwhuo-Sahum forever!!! Mama Emily Sanzay Ngaye in Kinshasa/DR Congo

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  • Updated: 16 Feb 2018
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Mr Jean-Paul LAWRENCE TAMPU-EYA, BA LL.B. LL.M. PhD (Law Res.), a Governor at the St Mary & St Pancras Primary School and winner of Hackney's Ron Devoti Award on 05 March 2011 for his services to the London Borough of Hackney Residents, was born in the Congo in 1964. Employment & Career: He works as a lawyer for CARA where he defends the legal rights of poor people who cannot afford a lawyer and helps them to save their homes, keep their jobs and protect their loved ones. He advises on immigration, debt, welfare, housing and other legal matters. Before working for CARA, Mr Lawrence worked with several law firms, including the Middlesex Legal Centre, Kumar and Co. Solicitors, Ronald Fletcher Baker and Co. Solicitors and Ulasi Solicitors where he built up a wide range of experience and knowledge. Education: Mr Lawrence was educated at the University of East London (UK) where he is credited with a Doctor of Philosophy (Law Res.) after successfully gaining a Master of Laws degree with Merit (all marks ranging from 60% to 78%) in 1999 and LL.B. (Hon's) Law Degree (2:2) in February 1997. He also obtained a BA (Hon's) Politics and International Relations (2:1) from the University of Westminster (London) in 1999. He can speak, read and write 7 different languages fluently, including French, Lingala, Kongo, Mbala, Yansi, and English. - http://www.cara-online.org/
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Papa Jean Tampwhuo-Sahum forever!!! Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

Papa Jean Tampwhuo-Sahum forever!!! Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

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  • Updated: 03 Nov 2014
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Mr Jean-Paul LAWRENCE TAMPU-EYA, BA LL.B. LL.M. PhD (Law Res.), a British Citizen and winner of the London Borough of Hackney's Ron Devoti Award on 05 March 2011 for his services to Hackney Residents, was born in the Congo in 1964. Education and career Mr Lawrence was educated at the University of East London (UK) where he is credited with a Doctor of Philosophy (Law Res.) after successfully gaining a Master of Laws degree with Merit (all marks ranging from 60% to 78%) in 1999 and LL.B. (Hon's) Law Degree (2:2) in February 1997. He also obtained a BA (Hon's) Politics and International Relations (2:1) from the University of Westminster (London) in 1999. He works as a lawyer for CARA (Charity No. 1135610) where he advises on immigration, debt, welfare, housing and other legal matters. Before working for CARA, Mr Lawrence worked with several law firms, including the Middlesex Legal Centre, Kumar and Co. Solicitors, Ronald Fletcher Baker and Co. Solicitors and Ulasi Solicitors where he built up a wide range of experience and knowledge. He can speak, read and write 7 different languages fluently, including French, Lingala, Kongo, Mbala, Yansi, and English. - http://www.cara-online.org/
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Papa Jean Tampwhuo-Sahum forever!!! Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

Papa Jean Tampwhuo-Sahum forever!!! Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

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  • Updated: 03 Nov 2014
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Mr Jean-Paul LAWRENCE TAMPU-EYA, BA LL.B. LL.M. PhD (Law Res.), a British Citizen and winner of the London Borough of Hackney's Ron Devoti Award on 05 March 2011 for his services to Hackney Residents, was born in the Congo in 1964. Education and career Mr Lawrence was educated at the University of East London (UK) where he is credited with a Doctor of Philosophy (Law Res.) after successfully gaining a Master of Laws degree with Merit (all marks ranging from 60% to 78%) in 1999 and LL.B. (Hon's) Law Degree (2:2) in February 1997. He also obtained a BA (Hon's) Politics and International Relations (2:1) from the University of Westminster (London) in 1999. He works as a lawyer for CARA (Charity No. 1135610) where he advises on immigration, debt, welfare, housing and other legal matters. Before working for CARA, Mr Lawrence worked with several law firms, including the Middlesex Legal Centre, Kumar and Co. Solicitors, Ronald Fletcher Baker and Co. Solicitors and Ulasi Solicitors where he built up a wide range of experience and knowledge. He can speak, read and write 7 different languages fluently, including French, Lingala, Kongo, Mbala, Yansi, and English. - http://www.cara-online.org/
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Papa Jean Tampwhuo-Sahum forever!!! Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

Papa Jean Tampwhuo-Sahum forever!!! Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

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Mr Jean-Paul LAWRENCE TAMPU-EYA, BA LL.B. LL.M. PhD (Law Res.), a British Citizen and winner of the London Borough of Hackney's Ron Devoti Award on 05 March 2011 for his services to Hackney Residents, was born in the Congo in 1964. Education and career Mr Lawrence was educated at the University of East London (UK) where he is credited with a Doctor of Philosophy (Law Res.) after successfully gaining a Master of Laws degree with Merit (all marks ranging from 60% to 78%) in 1999 and LL.B. (Hon's) Law Degree (2:2) in February 1997. He also obtained a BA (Hon's) Politics and International Relations (2:1) from the University of Westminster (London) in 1999. He works as a lawyer for CARA (Charity No. 1135610) where he advises on immigration, debt, welfare, housing and other legal matters. Before working for CARA, Mr Lawrence worked with several law firms, including the Middlesex Legal Centre, Kumar and Co. Solicitors, Ronald Fletcher Baker and Co. Solicitors and Ulasi Solicitors where he built up a wide range of experience and knowledge. He can speak, read and write 7 different languages fluently, including French, Lingala, Kongo, Mbala, Yansi, and English. - http://www.cara-online.org/
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Kotuta Pondu in Kinshasa, Congo

Kotuta Pondu in Kinshasa, Congo

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  • Updated: 27 Sep 2014
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Mr Jean-Paul LAWRENCE TAMPU-EYA, BA LL.B. LL.M. PhD (Law Res.), a British Citizen and winner of the London Borough of Hackney's Ron Devoti Award on 05 March 2011 for his services to Hackney Residents, was born in the Congo in 1964. Education and career: Mr Lawrence was educated at the University of East London (UK) where he is credited with a Doctor of Philosophy (Law Res.) after successfully gaining a Master of Laws degree with Merit (all marks ranging from 60% to 78%) in 1999 and LL.B. (Hon's) Law Degree (2:2) in February 1997. He also obtained a BA (Hon's) Politics and International Relations (2:1) from the University of Westminster (London) in 1999. He works as a lawyer for CARA (Charity No. 1135610) where he advises on immigration, debt, welfare, housing and other legal matters. Before working for CARA, Mr Lawrence worked with several law firms, including the Middlesex Legal Centre, Kumar and Co. Solicitors, Ronald Fletcher Baker and Co. Solicitors and Ulasi Solicitors where he built up a wide range of experience and knowledge. He can speak, read and write 7 different languages fluently, including French, Lingala, Kongo, Mbala, Yansi, and English. - http://www.cara-online.org/
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Mama Emily Sanzay Ngaye in Kinkole/Kinshasa meeting DR Congo Gymnasts

Mama Emily Sanzay Ngaye in Kinkole/Kinshasa meeting DR Congo Gymnasts

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  • Updated: 28 Nov 2014
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Mr Jean-Paul LAWRENCE TAMPU-EYA, BA LL.B. LL.M. PhD (Law Res.), a British Citizen and winner of the London Borough of Hackney's Ron Devoti Award on 05 March 2011 for his services to Hackney Residents, was born in the Congo in 1964. Education and career: Mr Lawrence was educated at the University of East London (UK) where he is credited with a Doctor of Philosophy (Law Res.) after successfully gaining a Master of Laws degree with Merit (all marks ranging from 60% to 78%) in 1999 and LL.B. (Hon's) Law Degree (2:2) in February 1997. He also obtained a BA (Hon's) Politics and International Relations (2:1) from the University of Westminster (London) in 1999. He works as a lawyer for CARA (Charity No. 1135610) where he advises on immigration, debt, welfare, housing and other legal matters. Before working for CARA, Mr Lawrence worked with several law firms, including the Middlesex Legal Centre, Kumar and Co. Solicitors, Ronald Fletcher Baker and Co. Solicitors and Ulasi Solicitors where he built up a wide range of experience and knowledge. He can speak, read and write 7 different languages fluently, including French, Lingala, Kongo, Mbala, Yansi, and English. - http://www.cara-online.org/
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URGENT DANIEL SAFU PORTE DUSPARU KINSHASA CIRCULATION EZA TE BA POLICIER PARTOUT

URGENT DANIEL SAFU PORTE DUSPARU KINSHASA CIRCULATION EZA TE BA POLICIER PARTOUT

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  • Updated: 30 Nov 2017
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ABONNEZ ✔ AIMER ✔ PARTAGER ✔ CLNEWSTV LA CHAINE NUMBER ONE VOTRE SITE D'INFORMATION
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Mama Emily Sanzay Ngaye in Kinshasa, DR Congo

Mama Emily Sanzay Ngaye in Kinshasa, DR Congo

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  • Updated: 09 Nov 2014
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Mr Jean-Paul LAWRENCE TAMPU-EYA, BA LL.B. LL.M. PhD (Law Res.), a British Citizen and winner of the London Borough of Hackney's Ron Devoti Award on 05 March 2011 for his services to Hackney Residents, was born in the Congo in 1964. Education and career: Mr Lawrence was educated at the University of East London (UK) where he is credited with a Doctor of Philosophy (Law Res.) after successfully gaining a Master of Laws degree with Merit (all marks ranging from 60% to 78%) in 1999 and LL.B. (Hon's) Law Degree (2:2) in February 1997. He also obtained a BA (Hon's) Politics and International Relations (2:1) from the University of Westminster (London) in 1999. He works as a lawyer for CARA (Charity No. 1135610) where he advises on immigration, debt, welfare, housing and other legal matters. Before working for CARA, Mr Lawrence worked with several law firms, including the Middlesex Legal Centre, Kumar and Co. Solicitors, Ronald Fletcher Baker and Co. Solicitors and Ulasi Solicitors where he built up a wide range of experience and knowledge. He can speak, read and write 7 different languages fluently, including French, Lingala, Kongo, Mbala, Yansi, and English. - http://www.cara-online.org/
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Mama Emily Sanzay Ngaye in Kinshasa, DR Congo

Mama Emily Sanzay Ngaye in Kinshasa, DR Congo

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  • Updated: 20 Dec 2014
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Mr Jean-Paul LAWRENCE TAMPU-EYA, BA LL.B. LL.M. PhD (Law Res.), a British Citizen and winner of the London Borough of Hackney's Ron Devoti Award on 05 March 2011 for his services to Hackney Residents, was born in the Congo in 1964. Education and career: Mr Lawrence was educated at the University of East London (UK) where he is credited with a Doctor of Philosophy (Law Res.) after successfully gaining a Master of Laws degree with Merit (all marks ranging from 60% to 78%) in 1999 and LL.B. (Hon's) Law Degree (2:2) in February 1997. He also obtained a BA (Hon's) Politics and International Relations (2:1) from the University of Westminster (London) in 1999. He works as a lawyer for CARA (Charity No. 1135610) where he advises on immigration, debt, welfare, housing and other legal matters. Before working for CARA, Mr Lawrence worked with several law firms, including the Middlesex Legal Centre, Kumar and Co. Solicitors, Ronald Fletcher Baker and Co. Solicitors and Ulasi Solicitors where he built up a wide range of experience and knowledge. He can speak, read and write 7 different languages fluently, including French, Lingala, Kongo, Mbala, Yansi, and English. - http://www.cara-online.org/
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Papa Jean Tampwhuo-Sahum forever!!! Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

Papa Jean Tampwhuo-Sahum forever!!! Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

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  • Updated: 03 Nov 2014
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Mr Jean-Paul LAWRENCE TAMPU-EYA, BA LL.B. LL.M. PhD (Law Res.), a British Citizen and winner of the London Borough of Hackney's Ron Devoti Award on 05 March 2011 for his services to Hackney Residents, was born in the Congo in 1964. Education and career Mr Lawrence was educated at the University of East London (UK) where he is credited with a Doctor of Philosophy (Law Res.) after successfully gaining a Master of Laws degree with Merit (all marks ranging from 60% to 78%) in 1999 and LL.B. (Hon's) Law Degree (2:2) in February 1997. He also obtained a BA (Hon's) Politics and International Relations (2:1) from the University of Westminster (London) in 1999. He works as a lawyer for CARA (Charity No. 1135610) where he advises on immigration, debt, welfare, housing and other legal matters. Before working for CARA, Mr Lawrence worked with several law firms, including the Middlesex Legal Centre, Kumar and Co. Solicitors, Ronald Fletcher Baker and Co. Solicitors and Ulasi Solicitors where he built up a wide range of experience and knowledge. He can speak, read and write 7 different languages fluently, including French, Lingala, Kongo, Mbala, Yansi, and English. - http://www.cara-online.org/
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Papa Jean Tampwhuo-Sahum forever!!! Mama Emily Sanzay Ngaye in Kinshasa/DR Congo

Papa Jean Tampwhuo-Sahum forever!!! Mama Emily Sanzay Ngaye in Kinshasa/DR Congo

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  • Updated: 13 Aug 2017
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Mr Jean-Paul LAWRENCE TAMPU-EYA, BA LL.B. LL.M. PhD (Law Res.), a Governor at the St Mary & St Pancras Primary School and winner of Hackney's Ron Devoti Award on 05 March 2011 for his services to the London Borough of Hackney Residents, was born in the Congo in 1964. Employment & Career: He works as a lawyer for CARA where he defends the legal rights of poor people who cannot afford a lawyer and helps them to save their homes, keep their jobs and protect their loved ones. He advises on immigration, debt, welfare, housing and other legal matters. Before working for CARA, Mr Lawrence worked with several law firms, including the Middlesex Legal Centre, Kumar and Co. Solicitors, Ronald Fletcher Baker and Co. Solicitors and Ulasi Solicitors where he built up a wide range of experience and knowledge. Education: Mr Lawrence was educated at the University of East London (UK) where he is credited with a Doctor of Philosophy (Law Res.) after successfully gaining a Master of Laws degree with Merit (all marks ranging from 60% to 78%) in 1999 and LL.B. (Hon's) Law Degree (2:2) in February 1997. He also obtained a BA (Hon's) Politics and International Relations (2:1) from the University of Westminster (London) in 1999. He can speak, read and write 7 different languages fluently, including French, Lingala, Kongo, Mbala, Yansi, and English. - http://www.cara-online.org/
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Papa Jean Tampwhuo-Sahum forever!!! Mama Emily Sanzay Ngaye in Kinshasa/DR Congo

Papa Jean Tampwhuo-Sahum forever!!! Mama Emily Sanzay Ngaye in Kinshasa/DR Congo

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  • Updated: 11 Aug 2017
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Mr Jean-Paul LAWRENCE TAMPU-EYA, BA LL.B. LL.M. PhD (Law Res.), a Governor at the St Mary & St Pancras Primary School and winner of Hackney's Ron Devoti Award on 05 March 2011 for his services to the London Borough of Hackney Residents, was born in the Congo in 1964. Employment & Career: He works as a lawyer for CARA where he defends the legal rights of poor people who cannot afford a lawyer and helps them to save their homes, keep their jobs and protect their loved ones. He advises on immigration, debt, welfare, housing and other legal matters. Before working for CARA, Mr Lawrence worked with several law firms, including the Middlesex Legal Centre, Kumar and Co. Solicitors, Ronald Fletcher Baker and Co. Solicitors and Ulasi Solicitors where he built up a wide range of experience and knowledge. Education: Mr Lawrence was educated at the University of East London (UK) where he is credited with a Doctor of Philosophy (Law Res.) after successfully gaining a Master of Laws degree with Merit (all marks ranging from 60% to 78%) in 1999 and LL.B. (Hon's) Law Degree (2:2) in February 1997. He also obtained a BA (Hon's) Politics and International Relations (2:1) from the University of Westminster (London) in 1999. He can speak, read and write 7 different languages fluently, including French, Lingala, Kongo, Mbala, Yansi, and English. - http://www.cara-online.org/
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Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

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Mr Jean-Paul LAWRENCE TAMPU-EYA, BA LL.B. LL.M. PhD (Law Res.), a British Citizen and winner of the London Borough of Hackney's Ron Devoti Award on 05 March 2011 for his services to Hackney Residents, was born in the Congo in 1964. Education and career Mr Lawrence was educated at the University of East London (UK) where he is credited with a Doctor of Philosophy (Law Res.) after successfully gaining a Master of Laws degree with Merit (all marks ranging from 60% to 78%) in 1999 and LL.B. (Hon's) Law Degree (2:2) in February 1997. He also obtained a BA (Hon's) Politics and International Relations (2:1) from the University of Westminster (London) in 1999. He works as a lawyer for CARA (Charity No. 1135610) where he advises on immigration, debt, welfare, housing and other legal matters. Before working for CARA, Mr Lawrence worked with several law firms, including the Middlesex Legal Centre, Kumar and Co. Solicitors, Ronald Fletcher Baker and Co. Solicitors and Ulasi Solicitors where he built up a wide range of experience and knowledge. He can speak, read and write 7 different languages fluently, including French, Lingala, Kongo, Mbala, Yansi, and English. - http://www.cara-online.org/
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WION Breakfast: India's new adoption laws, return of postmen to Kinshasa and more

WION Breakfast: India's new adoption laws, return of postmen to Kinshasa and more

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This morning on WION Breakfast, Sejal and Satya talked about the new adoption laws and return of postmen on the streets of Kinshasa. For these stories and much more watch the full show.
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Yav & Associates in Lubumbashi, DRC - Kinshasa (ConGo) Competition Law Trade Lawyers

Yav & Associates in Lubumbashi, DRC - Kinshasa (ConGo) Competition Law Trade Lawyers

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U.S.: +1 845 675 0437 U.K.: +44 203 621 4779 Hong Kong: +852 3018 6771 Conference ID: 48066090 A live webcast of the earnings conference call can be accessed at http://www.alibabagroup.com/en/ir/earnings. An archived webcast will be available through the same link following the call. A replay of the conference call will be available for one week (dial-in number: +61 2 8199 0299; conference ID: 48066090). Please visit Alibaba Group's Investor Relations website at http://www.alibabagroup.com/en/ir/home on January 24, 2017 to view the earnings release and accompanying slides prior to the conference call. About Alibaba Group Alibaba Group's mission is to make it easy to do business anywhere. The company aims to build the future infrastructure of commerce. It envisions that its customers will meet, work and live at Alibaba, and that it will be a company that lasts at least 102 years.
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My Take : Koffi Olomide's deportation and what it says about Kenyans

My Take : Koffi Olomide's deportation and what it says about Kenyans

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My Take : Koffi Olomide's deportation and what it says about Kenyans by Yvonne Okwara My take tonight is about an incident that has sparked outrage in the country. Musician Koffi Olomide caught on camera kicking one of his dancers, his subsequent arrest and deportation! Now, the reactions to this episode have been varied. Some have said that Koffi was merely defending his wife's honour. Yet others say that the act of violence against a woman was unacceptable. Some of us have been ambivalent wondering what the fuss was all about. After all is he not one of the greatest musicians of our time? But here's the thing. Violence is wrong. Period. Men beating men, men beating women, women beating men or even women beating women. Violence is wrong. It is illegal. Criminal. And one would imagine that is the reason why the police got involved in the end. I say in the end because at many levels, their action appeared to be a complete afterthought. The musician was arrested after 9 pm, some 10 or so hours after the incident happened at the airport. Never mind that there were police officers right next to him as he launched the morning attack. To their credit, the police woke up, in the end, and as we speak Koffi Olomide is back in Kinshasa, having been deported yesterday. But the conversation that followed his deportation is perhaps the clearest pointer about what is wrong with our criminal justice system. In a society where the law is followed without fear or favour, that action would have passed as just another day in the life of law enforcement officers. But the fact that citizens are now debating whether police acted in good faith is telling indeed. Who would blame a section of Kenyans for questioning the action by police, when high profile figures routinely engage in unlawful acts without any noticeable punishment being meted on them? Has impunity become so entrenched in Kenya that we now get surprised when wrongdoing is punished? Koffi Olomide broke the law, he was punished for it. And going forward all of us can only hope that the same formula will be used to punish the hate mongers, those who steal our money, those who abuse our children, those who beat journalists who are on duty, those who rig elections and yes, those who slap others. For that is my take tonight. Watch KTN Live http://www.ktnnews.com/live Watch KTN News http://www.ktnnews.com Follow us on http://www.twitter.com/ktnnews Like us on http://www.facebook.com/ktnnews
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Crime contre l'humanité.

Crime contre l'humanité.

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  • Updated: 09 May 2014
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Les congolais d'en face massacrent les congolais de Kinshasa. They're offending the human rights laws.
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Français: La Dynamique des Groupes des Peuples Autochtones, Congo, DR - Equator Prize 2015 Winner

Français: La Dynamique des Groupes des Peuples Autochtones, Congo, DR - Equator Prize 2015 Winner

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Started in 2005 to improve recognition of indigenous pygmies rights in Congolese legislation, La Dynamique des Groupes des Peuples Autochtones is a network of 43 indigenous peoples organizations from across the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The group has lobbied for a legal framework in the DRC that promotes and protects the rights of indigenous peoples. In an ambitious 2014 campaign, the initiative also drafted legislation protecting the rights of indigenous pygmies and organizing a historic, and successful, march of thousands of pygmies through the streets of Kinshasa to demand the law’s adoption.The group aims to reduce poverty in indigenous pygmy communities through the conservation and sustainable use of forests and applied traditional knowledge. Its advocacy work has stopped concessions for over 600,000 square kilometers of forest and has helped maintain a moratorium on the allocation of extractive industry concessions in the rainforest. Read more here: http://equatorinitiative.org/index.php?option=com_winners&view=winner_detail&id=222&Itemid=683&lang=en
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