John Galsworthy – English Novelist and Dramatist, Co-founder and First President International PEN

John Galsworthy’s authorship seems to develop unusually smoothly, pushed on by a conscientious and indefatigable creative impulse. Yet he is not one of those who have turned to the literary career rapidly and without resistance. Born, as the English put it, with a silver spoon in his mouth, that is, economically independent, he studied at…

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Have You Been Retaliated Towards? – Some Helpful Pointers

United States federal regulation prohibits businesses from discriminating against workforce on the foundation of race, gender, national origin, religion, age and disability. It also prohibits businesses from retaliating versus workforce who report discrimination to the company, file a discrimination declare with the Equal Work Chance Fee or take part in an investigation with regards to…

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An Insight Into the Emergence of Girls-Owned Enterprises As an Economic Force in India

1. Introduction During the very last two many years, Indian females have entered the discipline of entrepreneurship in significantly increasing numbers. With the emergence and development of their firms, they have contributed to the worldwide overall economy and to their bordering communities. The routes girls have followed to take management roles in business are assorted….

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Examining the Contributing Factors to the Bushmeat Trade and Crisis in Ghana

Abstract The paper examines contributory factors facilitating the Bushmeat trade in Ghana, reveals the multiplicity and complex nature of the trade, some conservation measures attempted to control the trade and crisis and suggests avenues for future research and policy makeovers. Keywords: Bushmeat, Ghana, Crisis, Wildlife, Trade 1 Introduction: The unsustainable and illegal harvest of bushmeat…

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