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Public Relations for NGOs By: Dipesh Patel
Know about the work of NGOs, what are their public relations goals and media strategy. what are the need of public relations, find the answer of all this questions here. ...
How to select the best PR agency - the top 5 tips! By: Chris Whitehouse
When it comes to speaking with potential PR agencies to hire it can be an extremely daunting process, so don't be afraid to ask questions! ...
Guns - Still Sitting on the Fence By: Connie H. Deutsch
We need a more intelligent approach to the ownership of guns. So far, it's been the victims and their families and concerned citizens who are up against the powerful gun lobby and they are losing the battle in too many ways to count. ...
A World Gone Mad By: Connie H. Deutsch
This is truly a world gone mad. We criminalize people in this country for being homeless and then rush to the aid of people in other countries who are in the same circumstances. ...
Round and Round Goes the Merry-Go-Round: Drugless Therapy for OCD By: Connie H. Deutsch
This book was written from a layman's perspective. It is not intended to be a medical book. Most of the people whose stories I have told, will never seek medical advice and those who do won't share their secrets with their doctors because they are ashamed of behaviors they can't control. ...
The Escort Solution By: Connie H. Deutsch
It is no longer a stigma to go unescorted to social events but women still don't like to do it. They feel more socially accepted if they are on the arm of a man. Now they have an acceptable solution to the problem. ...
Crowdsourcing, a Close Cousin to Panhandling By: Connie H. Deutsch
Crowdsourcing, a term coined a little under a decade ago, referred to people who went to an online community for services, ideas, and money to fund major projects. Nowadays, it has become nothing more than panhandling for people who are looking for a quick way to get money without working for it. ...
Traffic, Then and Now By: Connie H. Deutsch
Traffic in metropolitan areas and suburban areas have changed radically over the past century. City planning hasn't been able to keep up with population growth over five years, let alone over many decades and traffic jams keep getting worse as the years roll by. ...
Listening Without Hearing By: Connie H. Deutsch
Most people hear what they want to hear. No matter what you have to say, or how often you repeat it, people only hear what they want to hear. ...
Facebook's Suicide Prevention Plan By: Connie H. Deutsch
Facebook wouldn't have to roll out so many suicide prevention plans if they took responsibility for deleting bullying posts and pictures of naked girls being raped. Most of the suicides are the result of people using Facebook for these offensive acts and Facebook doing nothing to delete them. ...
I Miss the Simple Courtesies By: Connie H. Deutsch
When did men stop extending simple courtesies to women? I miss them, especially because they made women feel special without making them feel weak or incompetent. ...
Outliving Your Retirement Funds By: Connie H. Deutsch
Retirees are apt to outlive their retirement funds if scientists have their way. We now have thousands of people living in this country who are over 100 years old, and that number is growing faster than the money in the various portfolios of healthy seniors. ...
Early Bird Specials for Retirees By: Connie H. Deutsch
People no longer eat to live; retirees live to eat. When people have nothing to do with their time, they go out to eat and they look for bargain prices. ...
The Myth of Independence By: Connie H. Deutsch
It's a myth to think that we can be totally independent. We are living in an interdependent world; everything we own or use comes from other parts of the world or uses the expertise of other people. We don't even grow our own food on our own land, anymore. ...
Facebook Buttons By: Connie H. Deutsch
Facebook buttons should be obsolete. For the most part, they are meaningless. No matter whether you're reading about the most violent incident on the planet, or a post about your favorite pet, your only options are to click on the buttons Like, Comment, Share. You have no other options. ...
Charities Don't Need Our Money By: Connie H. Deutsch
We're being conned. Charities don't need our money or our volunteers, judging by the way they don't seem to want volunteers to raise money for them or open new avenues for signing up corporations that had never budgeted for them. ...
The Big Tradeoff By: Connie H. Deutsch
Our old generation had a lot that could have contributed to today's society, yet we threw it away as soon as technology replaced what we had. ...
Domestic abuse - An International Concern By: Rory Gillett
This article discusses domestic abuse across Europe, highlighting shocking statistics, finishing on the introduction of welcomed legislation. ...
Understanding the Future of Social Media By: J Soland
Social media has become an ingrained part of the lives of nearly everyone in the United States, so it's no surprise that social media titans like Facebook and Twitter have grown into multi-billion dollar companies Just as hundreds of millions of ...
4 Ways To Help The Fight Against Human Trafficking By: Erik Lawrence
There is a serious problem being experienced around the world today and that is human trafficking. Every year, millions of people from various countries became part of this illegal trade. ...
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