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Congratulations on the 70th Birthday, North Rhine-Westphalia: Being a Vibrant Part of Germany

The Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks at a ceremony to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of the state of North Rhine Westphalia. Image: Bundesregierung:Hartmann

|| August 28: 2016 || ά.  North Rhine-Westphalia is "a vibrant part of Germany", declared Chancellor Angela Merkel in a speech to mark the anniversary of the founding of the federal state. The economic power of the state is huge. In the post-coal and steel era, digitalisation offers new opportunities. The federal government is investing billions of euros in the state, to help it move forward.

The anniversary was celebrated in Düsseldorf’s Tonhalle. The state government and parliament hosted the event under the banner "Something to celebrate! North Rhine-Westphalia turns 70". Chancellor Angela Merkel, State Premier Hannelore Kraft and President of the State Parliament Carina Gödecke all spoke. Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, was in Düsseldorf to convey the best wishes of the British monarch. In her speech at the official ceremony in Düsseldorf to mark the anniversary, the Chancellor noted that the British "Operation Marriage" had been a great success. Seventy years ago on August 23, 1946, the British occupying forces created the new federal state.

Tradition of integration

The state has experience of dealing with differences, and a long tradition of integration, said Angela Merkel. Immigration has been "an enormous boon" for North Rhine-Westphalia. Millions of people have flooded into the state and made their home there. It has again been called on to make a huge effort to integrate the latest wave of refugees, she continued. She thanked the many citizens’ action groups and volunteers who have become involved in this work in North Rhine-Westphalia.

North Rhine-Westphalia is used to integrating people, the Chancellor said earlier in last weekend’s podcast. She looked back at immigrants from Poland and the eastern areas of Prussia who had come to the area during the "heyday of the coal and steel industries" and at the so-called "guest workers" who came to the area after the Second World War. The integration of a million Germans who had been expelled from former German areas in the east after the Second World War was also a magnificent achievement, declared Angela Merkel.

North Rhine-Westphalia is a state "that has always shown itself to be open to the abilities and skills of people from other areas, and that has always seen these people as enriching the state." In this North Rhine-Westphalia is also an example for many other parts of the Federal Republic of Germany, said Angela Merkel in her video podcast.

Digitalisation offers prospects

There are few European regions who know more acutely what is meant by structural change, declared the Chancellor in her speech at the anniversary ceremony. North Rhine-Westphalia is currently going through a radical economic change process. Following the coal and steel era, digitalisation is now opening up new prospects for the state. The federal government is investing billions of euros to help the state move forward, she said. ω.

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Nations Working Together: Japan-Philippine: With Successful Deployment of DIWATA-1 the Republic of the Philippines Joins the Microsatellite Nations

 DIWATA-1 Deployment from Kibo: Image: JAXA

|| April 29: 2016 || The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency:JAXA, Tohoku University, Hokkaido University, the Department of Science and Technology:DOST  of the Republic of the Philippines, and the University of the Philippines Diliman, successfully deployed "DIWATA-1," the first Philippines microsatellite. This was also the first success for JAXA to deploy a 50 kg-class microsatellite from the ISS Japanese Experiment Module "Kibo".

Press conference after DIWATA-1 deployment (commemorative photo): Image: JAXA

DIWATA-1 is a microsatellite in the 50 kg-class jointly developed by DOST, the University of the Philippines Diliman, Tohoku University, and Hokkaido University. It was launched from Florida, the United States, on March 23, 2016 (Japan Standard Time, all dates and times in this release are JST) and deployed from Kibo at 8:45 p.m. on April 27th.

Both Japan and the Philippines are surrounded by the ocean, hence satellite technology is imperative for our countries' prosperity. The development and manufacture of the DIWATA-1, the first satellite developed by the Philippines, was led by young engineers dispatched by the Philippines' DOST with Tohoku and Hokkaido Universities. JAXA was in charge of its launch and deployment into orbit. These four parties have successfully cooperated and contributed to each other for this epoch-making mission in the history of the Philippines' space development, and accordingly we achieved intimate cooperative relations between Japan and the Philippines.

staff watching DIWATA-1 deployment: Image: JAXA

With this first success of deploying a 50 kg-class microsatellite, JAXA enhanced the deployment capacity in addition to that of the CubeSat-class satellite. We also plan to increase the simultaneous deployment capacity of the CubeSat-class satellites from the current 6U to 12U, then 18U, thus we expect more and more expansion of microsatellites use and operation in the Asian region and beyond, like this example of DIWATA-1, and through collaboration between overseas agencies and JAXA and Japanese universities.


DIWATA-1 development took about one year and the Republic of the Philippines was in charge of the development costs. The satellite is equipped with imaging device of four different magnifications including a fish-eye lens camera, and a telescope with a ground resolution of three meters. It is expected to be utilized for providing remote sensing information to solve social issues in the Philippines by observing meteorological disasters such as typhoons and localized heavy rains, and monitoring agriculture, fishery, forestry and the environment. Deserving special mention is the onboard liquid crystal spectrum camera, which is a renovated version of the one aboard the RISING-2 satellite launched in 2014 led by Hokkaido and Tohoku Universities. It is capable of taking images at 590 spectral bands, as many as that of cameras aboard big major satellites, thus it can break space use of the next generation with low costs and high precision.


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In Finland, Ban Ki-moon Urges Open Dialogue to Prevent Polarisation and Racism Against Asylum-seekers

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon delivers the keynote address during the ceremony held at the Finlandia Hall to mark
the 60th anniversary of Finland’s entry into the United Nations. Image: UN Photo:Eskinder Debebe


9 December 2015 – On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of Finland's membership to the United Nations, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon commended the country on its leadership in advancing the Organization's work on peace and security, development and human rights, and expressed his gratitude for the country's solidarity with refugees in the region.

“[The Secretary General] thanked Finland in particular for the support and leadership that it provides for UN conflict prevention and mediation efforts,” said a statement issued by Mr. Ban's spokesperson.

Mr. Ban met with Maria Lohela, Speaker of the Parliament, as well as the Chair and Members of the Committee for Foreign Relations of the Republic of Finland and exchanged views on the state of the important partnership between the UN and Finland, and about the on-going Climate Change Conference in Paris, popularly known as COP21.

He also underscored the important role of parliaments in the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals.

Mr. Ban discussed the increased movements of refugees and migrants towards Europe and expressed his gratitude for Finland's solidarity with those in need of protection, and additionally he urged parliamentarians to be a voice against xenophobia and discrimination.

Additionally, the UN chief visited an asylum seeker's reception centre in Vantaa, where he toured the facility and thanked the “Government and people…for their very generous, warm heart, for many refugees who have come to Finland for better opportunities.”

Mr. Ban told reporters gathered at the facility that he met with many refugees who are trying to learn the language, culture and history of Finland to adapt sooner in their new circumstances.

Commending the Government for its generous support, Mr. Ban underscored the exceptional Finnish reception system, describing it as a “model of efficiency and compliance with international standards.”

“Such systems must always be designed and also emulated by other people and other Governments. They are taking care of…traumatized people who are feeling extreme exhaustion and despair, but it is important to give them a sense of hope and promise for a better future.” said the Secretary-General.

He also added that he was “deeply moved and inspired by the compassionate response from Finnish civil society” to help the asylum-seekers arriving in the country and added that the kindness and solidarity of thousands of citizens shows how tolerance and compassion towards people in need run strong in Finland.

Standing alongside UN High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres, Mr. Ban pointed out that refugees are also eager to learn and give back to a society from which they receive support and further observed that countries that ensure the rights of migrants and refugees, it enables them to enrich their own communities.

“We know that integration takes time, resources and good will from all sides. I count on Finland to be an example for such good will and joint efforts,” underscored the Secretary-General.

The UN chief noted that to fight against rising xenophobia and discrimination directed at refugees and migrants, stronger leadership and media engagement must be incorporated to achieve an “open, honest and constructive dialogue to prevent polarization, racism and violence.”

“They should be treated as human beings, with human dignity, and I have been condemning all the time such inflammatory rhetoric by certain political leaders and community leaders. This must be prevented, stopped,” stressed Mr. Ban.

Highlighting the role of Finland in the European Union (EU), he recalled that a country cannot alone address a challenge that is inherently international.

Speaking about the UN efforts to address the broader dimensions of the global refugee crisis, Mr. Ban said that Mr. Guterres will convene a high-level meeting in March in Switzerland to discuss issues regarding resettlement.

Additionally, the Secretary-General said that he had proposed to Member States to convene a summit-level meeting on 19 September 2016, a day before the General Assembly's annual high-level segment, for world leaders to discuss creating a global compact for responsibility sharing.

Further, the World Humanitarian Summit will be held in May 2016 in Istanbul, Turkey. "All these important international conferences, I hope, will provide impetus for world leaders and people to do much more to provide humanitarian assistance to those people who need urgent humanitarian support. Let's work together to make this world better for all, particularly for those people who need our urgent support,” Mr. Ban concluded.


Posted: December 10, 2015


King’s College Hospital Expansion into India and Dubai

Following on from the successful opening of King’s College Hospital Clinics in Abu Dhabi last year, King’s College Hospital through its commercial arm KCH Management Ltd., has announced two further international projects, one in Dubai and one in India.


The Dubai programme has been developed in conjunction with Ashmore Group plc, a specialist emerging markets investment management company, and will consist of an 80-100 bed hospital – King’s College Hospital Dubai - and several clinics which will all be fully integrated with King’s College Hospital’s facilities in London. The hospital will be located in the ‘Dubai Hills’ community.

The first of the facilities to open will be a number of clinics towards the end of 2016 and in 2017, in prime locations across Dubai. This will be followed by the multi-specialty King’s College Hospital Dubai scheduled to open in 2018.

The hospital will offer four main specialties - Paediatrics, Endocrinology, Orthopaedics and Obstetrics and Gynaecology - as well as other acute and general medical services. In line with the existing operating model of the Abu Dhabi clinic, all staff and services will be fully integrated with King’s College Hospital London to ensure provision of quality, evidence-based healthcare to UAE and regional consumers, with a significant proportion of experienced clinicians joining King’s College Hospital Dubai from the UK.

In India, King’s has signed a deal with Indo UK Healthcare Private Ltd to create an Indo-UK Institute of Health in New Chandigarh. Backed by £100m of private investment this project is to create a new King’s College Hospital in New Chandigarh. Phase one of the project comprises a 250 bed hospital, trauma centre and day surgery centre. Phase two is planned to expand the hospital to 500 beds.

This is the first of a proposed eleven new Indo-UK Institutes for Health that will be developed across India which, when fully implemented, would amount to a £1bn investment into India’s healthcare system, accompanied by strategic clinical and training partnerships with the UK’s finest NHS organisations, universities and private sector companies.

To this end, the UK and Indian Prime Ministers have announced a Government to Government Implementation Taskforce to help drive forward the delivery of the Indo-UK Institutes for Health and to foster greater collaboration.

Both projects will be delivered by KCH Management Ltd.

Parliamentary Undersecretary of State for Life Sciences George Freeman said of the Indian project: "It's great news that King's College NHS Hospital has agreed to be the strategic clinical partner for the first Indo-UK Institute for Health in New Chandigarh. This £100m collaboration - a world first - is a sign of the huge global export market for the UK Healthcare and Life Sciences sector.

“I would encourage other UK companies, academic institutions and NHS organisations to work with Healthcare UK to engage in the Indo UK Institutes for Health project. As one of the fastest developing economies in the world, with over 1 billion people, India is fast becoming a vast market for UK health services and technology."

Lord Kerslake, Chair of King’s College Hospital London said: “We are extremely proud to announce our plans to expand our overseas development, following on from the successful launch of our clinic in Abu Dhabi last year.

“All our operations in the UAE and in India will be fully integrated with King’s College Hospital London. India and Dubai are very important markets and healthcare destinations and we are excited to be sharing King’s skills and experience in these exciting new international collaborations.“
Notes to editors

Indo UK Healthcare Private ltd is a company set up in India for the project. Indo UK supports and facilitates Healthcare links between the United Kingdom and India. It leads a number of healthcare projects and healthcare work force plans between private and government healthcare organisations and facilitates the development of India -United Kingdom healthcare city projects in India.

KCH Management Ltd is the commercial consultancy, marketing and business Development Company of King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and provides healthcare expertise both in the UK and internationally to Government bodies and the private sector. It acts as the Trust’s operations entity for participation in strategic business alliances.


Further information

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Sally Lingard
Associate Director of Communications
sally.lingard at
Extension: +44 (0)20 3299 4867

Posted: December 4, 2015


A Nation Is a Geo-located Humanity A Member of the Unity of the Whole of the Humanion

A nation is made of people who are not isolated from the rest of the peoples spread on the surface of mother earth who are classed in other nations for all peoples of the world are the same humanity. Take Japan as a country that is made of thousands of islands, big and small; each of these thousands of islands is as much Japan as the rest of the islands; and one island cannot treat itself as an independent unit of Japan that has no relation, connection and interdependence to the rest of the units of islands of Japan. Likewise, all nations on earth must treat themselves as an island of humanity and they are absolutely, invariably and inalienably related, connected, interlinked and dependent on the rest of the very humanity which they are. This is the picture we would like our brothers and sisters of the humanion to ponder about: a human being sitting at the table with her supper on a plate. This food that she has in front of her has only the water, gas and electricity made from her own country but if she thinks carefully then she would realise that her country got its electricity made of gas supplied by country A and most of her country's water comes through the rivers that come through at least ten other countries. The bread she has comes from country B which used country C's wheat to produce it. Now the rice comes from Country D and the chicken comes from Country C which produced the poultry from egg supplied by country E that in turn used genetic materials supplied by country F. The oil came from country G which produced the oil with sunflowers produced in country H which got the farming equipments supplied to it by country I. The spices come from at least ten other countries, herbs from another five countries. Her knives, forks, her very table and chairs and all other items that she has in the kitchens are supplied by a host of countries. In short, if she now looks an imaginary diagram in her mind then she would see lines connecting all the nations on earth and the countries that have contributed to the plate of food that she is poised to eat. That is the connection, that is the link, that is the interdependence of all the nations of earth. So to ensure that plate of food for everyone on the planet we ought to think about that absolute oneness and interdependence among the nations. We must work in unison and harmony to achieve that. Our existing political philosophy is incapable of uniting humanity in one unit, in one unity where nations are like families of peoples who are related, connected and interlinked with the wider families of peoples. We are the same living in different houses placed in different places but we are still sharing the same larger house, the earth and the universe. The Humanion dreams of us being one and becoming one: working in unison and harmony to achieve natural justice, liberty and equality for all individuals of humanity and for all nations on earth so that we are a true humanion of humanity.

The Circle of Life, The Circle of Humanity of which all nations are absolutely interrelated, interlinked, interdependent and interconnected. We must, thus, work as one unity of humanity: imagine, create, work and live together in unity, in unison and in harmony as one Humanion on this earth, on this Sunnara and on this Universe. Nations are not 'sovereign' nor the humanion nor any country or any combination of countries or regions for sovereignty is a concept that has no natural support nor validity for against the colossal power, might and prowess of nature is as such that the entire creation (living world) is absolutely powerless, helpless and insignificant before it including humanity. We have the power of living in harmony and peace when we unite to find and achieve that harmony and equilibrium with nature so that we may live in peace and harmony. Thus the humanion our home from where we decide our course of actions and go about doing our part in achieving the best that is best for all of us. There is not and cannot be a so called 'national' interest' or this interest or that but one interest: the interest of the entire humanion, the human interest: to imagine, to create, to work, to live and love in peace and harmony. This is the mathematical problem: to achieve this together and maintain, continue, foster, nurture, enhance and advance this peace and harmony. A nation, combination of nations cannot achieve this on its or on their own. We all must come together, unite and work together to achieve this. All the unnatural barriers, obstacles and difficulties that our sovereignty-ridden political philosophy has created in maps and borders and boundaries and frontiers and tags and types and classes, in passports and travel documents etc are useless in helping us achieve that peace and harmony. We are born into a nation that is the humanion. We are born in a country the day we are born, the country of the Universe. We are born to a mother called the mother earth the day we arrive on earth. And we are born with the identity the day we are born: with our humanity. With this we arrive with this we leave. There is no other identity that is true to human beings. All these identities could be taken away, citizenships, passports etc, even jobs, positions, wealth, money, assets, capitals, everything BUT NOTHING AND NO ONE EVER could take our humanity away. And because of this, we are primarily, fundamentally and inalienably human and humanity is what our home is.

And to demonstrate the point of our identity being human let us imagine a child is just born. To identify the child as, say, French child or a Ghanaian child is wrong for the child does not, to start with, speak French nor Ghanaian nor does has she lived in France or Ghana nor has she joined the state of that nation. So she cannot be identified as a French or Ghanaian child. She cannot be identified as European child or African either by the same logic. Now, the say way, this child cannot be identified as being a Christian, Jewish, Muslim or Hindu or Buddhist child for she has not yet chosen and declared her faith. She cannot be described as a man or a woman properly as yet because she is not a man or woman proper as yet. She cannot be described as 'white' child, 'black' child, 'brown' child, 'yellow' child either as she has not got a particular colour proper as yet which is liable to change, develop and adapt depending on which part of the world she chooses to live  because that would determine ultimately what colour her feature would adapt to and how her genome would then adapt her genealogy for the future generations. So that leaves us with only one avenue to identify this child, properly and correctly: that this child is a human child and she is of the feminine physiology.  And that's the identity she is born with that no one has or can give her but her creator nature has bestowed on her and this is the identity with which she will live and with this same identity with which she will leave the earth again and this is the identity that can never ever be taken off her. And this is our true identity and this must offer us and become our home. This is the humanity, this is the earth, cement, sand, water, air and wood of what makes into a humanion. This is what we ought to become, this is what we ought to become and only this way we can achieve peace and harmony and civilisation.

We have heard civilisation and discussions and debates about it but through human history of not just the current humanity but all humanity lives throughout the ages we see a continuous struggle between two parts of humanity: a part a tiny, tiny minority who dreamt and imagine a civilisation which people came to term as utopia in which we see they are dreaming of true harmony and peace among and between peoples and liberty, equality, fairness, fraternity etc. And the the rest is the greater majority shepherded and bulldozed by the might of the power went about establishing not civilisation but empires: that would be built with brute force and subjugation. When we speak of civilisation we are speaking of empire building of the past.

We are not speaking of civilisation as empire building. We are speaking of civilisation as that what is established on human rationality which has shown us the way of discovering mathematics, medicine, natural and life and all other sciences, philosophy and so on and we realise that the best possible feature and form of humanity is when we combine our rationality and imagination and creativity or rather bring in one whole of the two hemispheres of humanity: our Neurana and Cardiana: the head and the heart. In this way we come to see that a civilisation is what is established on rationality and is organised in the lands, skies, waters, spaces and winds of natural justice that has been established on the foundation of liberty and equality so that our most fundamental existential necessity is achieved and it will be maintained thus so long natural justice lives on: peace.

Where there is peace there is civilisation and where there is civilisation there are liberty and equality between and among people and peoples.

Do we have civilisation? No. Because current human affairs management system (i.e political philosophy, political economics and all that arise out of these) has its other priorities so that there is no civilisation. If we had civilisation then no human would die of hunger, no human would die of heat or cold, no human would live and die on the street living as homeless, no wars would be fought, no one would be killed neither by criminals nor by states, no one would die off illness while there is a cure and medicine for it, no one would be persecuted, no one would be discriminated because they are different than others, no women would be treated with indignity, no child would be forced into child labour, no child nor woman would be bought and sold or trafficked, no one would be kept as slaves and so on and so forth. Compare this with what we have got and we can see that we have not got the very c that would need to begin spelling civilisation.

Yet our task is to dream about building this civilisation which we cannot begin unless we begin the process of transforming ourselves out of these so called boxes of nations and into a unified, united whole of humanity. And then we dream about, aspire towards, imagine and work and strive towards creating a civilisation that is true rule of law where due process of law is as natural as the flowers that bloom in the nature or the way the waters rush to the oceans and rise to heavens to come down to earth back again without hindrance or obstacles.

We live in the 'cage' we either make or let others make for us. We must choose that we do not need a cage to live in but a home which must be as big as our size and shape and nature. That home is for our humanity which is as big, as deep, as wide and as far as the Universe goes. Thus our home must be the entire Universe and on which we shall build our home. And this home we shall build with the bricks of ration made of earth of liberty and equality and where we plants all that is best of humanity that will grow a garden of natural justice and that would foster a civilisation. One might say but all this is too much 'high clouds'. Indeed, high clouds. But unless we imagine nothing will ever happen. Let us show you. This idea did not exist until I conceived, imagined and created it yesterday. Did you hear or know of something called, The Symphony of Waves? No, you did not because it did not exist until yesterday. Now, I have imgined it. Some day someone else would take it further and bring it closer to reality.

Here, I leave you, with the idea of The Symphony of Waves:

A living sphere of waves that are being continuously originating from the centre in a manner that first series of waves are long, second short, third medium, fourth micro and then the same order except the first order of waves goes left then turn right, the second order goes right to left, the third goes backward rolling falling back to form a loop and then travelling forward,  fourth order of waves literally goes like lines rising straight up and coming straight down as a straight line rising and falling and spreading onwards and following an algorithm the series is stopped when only four waves that are mega waves, are generated simultaneously that travel four ways as if each wave covering a hemisphere -east and west, north and south and then the sequence of waves starts again. And after one combination of all these layers of waves have gone through no more waves are created except all those wave that had so far left begin travelling back to the centre in a random manner with various velocities faster/slower and before they begin reaching the centre it begins to send more waves so that they now crisscross as they travel: let us call this idea, a symphony of waves that can be shown on computer and can be felt in the body through vibrations so that there is no physical difference between music and the listener. Readmore

And this is how reality begins its works: from the core of what is human: imagination from where it rises and strides onwards going through nine steps progression towards reality. To see something in reality we must begin with imagination.

Munayem Mayenin

Posted on: November 14, 2015