El Vicerrectorado Administrativo de la Universidad del Zulia presente en el acto con motivo del cuadragésimo (40) aniversario del Centro de Estudios de Corrosión (CEC)de la Facultad de Ingeniería (Fing) de LUZ este 23 de noviembre de 2017.
El VAD Jesús Salom: hoy como vicerrector administrativo y docente de la Universidad del Zulia, en especial de la Fing me paro ante ustedes y la opinión pública para decir que nuestra institución orgullosa de sus hijos, tiene plena vigencia. Es el trabajo de cuatro (4) decadas, esparcido por todos los rincones de Venezuela y de otros países amigos, nos justifica plenamente, y toda inversión hecha por el Estado en educación e Investigación se refleja en cada obra hecha por nuestra Facultad de Ingeniería y su Centro de estudios de Corrosión. Felicidades!!!
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To all Victorian members of both Chambers of the Victorian Parliament who supported #VAD (Voluntary Assisted Dying) – thank you, thanks heaps. I’ve always supported this but now I’m even more determined.
The unnecessary and unwanted pain and loss of dignity my mum suffered at the end of her battle with pancreatic cancer in August was the most horrendous thing I’ve ever seen. My mum, Viv Maher, was a proud, fierce, strong woman, a massive advocate and fighter for women, for the marginalised and for her Aboriginal community…. but after a lifetime of fighting for others she had decided she’d had enough and going on was more painful than not. It was brave decision that I and the rest of the family completely supported her with. She was then forced to slowly waste away, drifting in and out of consciousness – often in half aware states of panic as the medication, food and water was stopped and her body finally did what her mind had already painstakingly decided to do.
A couple of months have now passed but my resolve to have Voluntary Euthanasia laws passed in South Australia next year hasn’t diminished.
As Viv said, we should all have the right to live and die with dignity. #euthanasia#dyingwithdignity#therighttochoose#springst#thankyou
Amazing work happening in the Victorian Parliament. It's not often legislation REALLY helps ease the pain some go through in life. This is real, humane, compassionate, considered and overseen by experts at every level. May families suffering celebrate this as a victory #vad#auspol#vicpol
Tears of joy from my friend Fiona Patten, upon hearing news that the bill on voluntary assisted dying, she and others fought so hard to get passed in the Victorian Upper House, got passed today. If you’d like to listen to her speak about what all this means, and why the subject of death and assisted dying is so important to human lives, Fiona is my first guest in series 2 of The Wise Guides, which launched today. I caught up with her two weeks ago as the battle was still going. But she was hopeful and persistent as always. Thank god for the courage, caring and patience of people like Fiona, Daniel Andrews and all the other MPs that supported this bill. *Head to my bio up top to find the link to today’s very special episode. Congrats @fionapattenmp #vad#podcasts#thewiseguides#thewiseguidespodcast#assisteddying#euthanasia#theage