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You can view more of my blogs and editorials at the following websites:Donna Jodhan!I'm Jeff N marquis at the business desk and today I have a very sobering article to share with you. One that shows us that there are still countries out there that are choosing to deliberately trample upon the rights of the disabled. If you feel as strongly as I do, then please send your feedback to me at . I wish you a great weekend. Press releaseFor immediate release INCLUSION INTERNATIONAL CONDEMNS COMPULSORY STERILIZATION AND HIV TESTING OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES IN RWANDA AS A ABHORANT VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS July 6, 2009 Toronto Inclusion International II, a federation of 200 family based organizations advocating for the human rights of people with intellectual disabilities worldwide, calls on the international community to oppose a reproductive health bill introduced in the Rwandan Parliament. The proposed reproductive health bill includes provisions that would impose forced sterilization and mandatory HIV testing on people with intellectual disabilities. According to the newly introduced bill drafted by the parliamentary committee, physicians would be granted the right to test an "incapacitated" person without their consent and then disclose the testing results to their official guardian. These provisions would be in direct violation of the Rwandan governments ratification of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities CRPD. Forced sterilization would not only violate the rights of persons with disabilities but is also regarded as a crime against humanity by the International Criminal Court. The mandatory testing of HIV and disclosure of results would infringe on privacy rights and lead to abuse. People with intellectual disabilities are among the most marginalized and vulnerable groups in our societies, measures such as those proposed by Rwanda despite their international obligations under the Convention, serve to dehumanize and devalue people.

Posted March, 2011 by Admin

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Nest Guard connects wirelessly to Nest Detect, a compact sensor you attach to either a window or door. The 3. 2 inch sensor also features a nearby magnet; open the door or window, and a magnetometer in the Detect is triggered, sounding the alarm. In a particularly handy feature, there's a button you can press on the Nest Detect that disarms the sensor so you can open the door without bothering everyone in the house with an alarm; the sensor rearms when the door is shut. Nest DetectThe final piece of the puzzle is Nest Tag, which attaches to your keyring. It allows you to tag in and out of the house for those times you don't want to fiddle with the keypad on the Nest Guard. Nest executives stress that the 1. 46 inch circular Nest Tag is pretty durable, capable of surviving a trip through the washing machine if you forget to remove it from your pocket. In addition to the keypad on the Nest Guard and the Nest Tag, there's a third way to arm and disarm the system — an app on your phone. The app will even send you a reminder to remotely set the alarm when you leave the house. The app's also where you'll get security alerts whenever the alarm goes off.

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He did push for me to let his tech install it right at that moment.

Lastly, if there are any gas leaks detected, the alarm will beep once, pause for two seconds and repeat, while the Power Led will turn off and the blue GAS LED will blink in sync with the once every–two seconds beep if the gas leaks are detected by another interconnected alarm, the GAS LED will not turn on.

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