first_imgFly for free to Europe with ACV’s latest offer Posted by Travelweek Group Wednesday, November 7, 2018 MONTREAL — Air Canada Vacations has launched a new limited-time offer with Celebrity Cruises that allows cruisers to fly for free to Europe.Until Nov. 25, when clients book a Celebrity Cruise to Europe departing from Rome, Barcelona, London, Athens or Venice, the first and second guest in the stateroom will fly for free and pay only flight taxes.This offer is valid when booking an oceanview stateroom or higher for select sailings between March 1 and Oct. 31, 2019.With nonstop flights from Toronto, clients can take advantage of itineraries like a seven-night Eastern Mediterranean & Adriatic cruise package aboard the Celebrity Infinity departing on Aug. 17, 2019 from Rome to Venice, inclusive of flights and starting at $2,199 per person, double occupancy.The promotion is based on Economy class service with a maximum flight savings of $299 per person from Toronto or Montreal. Guests are responsible for paying the flight taxes, which are approximately $600 per person.More news:  Venice to ban cruise ships from city centre starting next monthThe offer is only applicable to non-discounted fares, open jaw flights and new bookings with a minimum seven-night stay.ACV is also reminding agents of its checked baggage policy with Economy Basis fare, in which the first bag is free when booking a Europe cruise package with ACV.center_img Tags: Air Canada Vacations, Celebrity Cruises, Europe, Offers Share << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img

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first_img ShareEmailPrint To learn more, read: Posted on January 29, 2015October 28, 2016By: Katie Millar, Technical Writer, Women and Health Initiative, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public HealthClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)As the maternal health community, we understand how important measurement is to accomplishing the goal of decreasing maternal mortality and ensuring healthy lives across the life course for girls, women, and their children.With the end date of the Millennium Development Goals looming, prioritizing maternal health and measuring it well will be critical to progress for women and newborns in the post-2015 era.The Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) of the United Nations needs your input in reviewing their indicators and monitoring framework for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). But act quickly! The deadline for reviews is this Saturday, January 31st.Submit your feedback easily through this online form.To get the latest news on SDSN’s work on indicators and post-2015 more broadly, sign up for their newsletter. Join SDSN in their online discussion on Facebook and Twitter using #indicators2015.Share this:last_img

first_imgIn a briefing that went out on Thursday, July 7, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton committed to cracking down on big businesses that regularly stiff small businesses. Clinton asserts that late and nonpayment can cause serious cash flow problems that not only impact proprietors, but the larger economy:As 70% of small businesses are owned and operated by sole proprietors or sole traders, Hillary Clinton’s stance on nonpayment comes as big news for freelancers following the Freelance Isn’t Free campaign. Though the language focuses on small businesses, the storefront mom & pop shops of the past have long been giving way to independent workers running our own small businesses online – oftentimes with only one employee, ourselves!Clinton’s support for ending the nonpayment problem as it occurs at the hands of large corporations shows that policy makers realize this problem exists for contractors and is a huge problem for the economy.If elected, Clinton announced that she will:Enhance legal protections for small businesses via expanded means of recourses and federal regulatory enforcement against offendersLeverage more than 400 million in federal government contracting to encourage businesses to pay suppliers fully and on-timeExpand the working capital for small businesses by expanding proven SBA loan guarantee programsYou can read the briefing in full here.It’s a testament to the strength of the freelance workforce and all of the important work advanced on wage by unions and labor organizations that the nonpayment problem has made its way into the electoral conversation. Independent workers remain largely misunderstood by many leading politicians mainly by virtue of being an incredibly diverse community and difficult to pin down as a demographic. Over the past year, however, we’ve seen more and more leaders recognize the growth of the freelance workforce and the common issues we face.In December, we heard President Obama declare “Freelance Isn’t Free” at the White House Summit on Worker Voice; Hillary Clinton has now spoken on portable benefits and client nonpayment; and in New York City, the City Council is poised to pass the Freelance Isn’t Free bill – landmark legislation that will bring greater protections to independent workers against nonpayment.Freelancers Union members across the country have played a vital part in bringing these conversations to the fore. As we move forward together towards this new era of work, we hope you will continue to use your voice to make the future of freelancing better.A new soul and media geek, Laura writes about community, poetry and pop culture. Find her @Pennyscientist or on Freelancers Union.last_img

first_imgToday, 360i is proud to launch #EqualVoices, an initiative conceived by a pair of female creatives that aims to show solidarity with those who can’t afford to or are unable to participate in the ‘A Day Without a Woman’ activities on March 8 for International Women’s Day. When ‘A Day Without a Woman’ was first announced, 360i’s Melissa Stammer and Amy Werblin considered the possibilities. The movement was calling for women to take the day off work in order to demonstrate the value that women add to America’s socio-economic system, as well as rally march and gather in cities across the country. At 360i all voices are equal. As Werblin explains, “The people that benefit most from this message are the ones that make the largest sacrifice in participating.” Stammer adds, “The truth is the majority of women in this country can’t afford to take the day off work, or might not have a job to come back to if they did. Their voice is not equal.”And so, the pair came up with an idea. The employees of 360i – in their privileged position – could lend their voices to those who will not be heard from on March 8.Starting today, 360i will be collecting the stories of the women who are not in a position to participate and dedicating our website and channels to their voices. Then on March 8, employees of 360i will join ‘A Day Without a Woman’ activities across the country, striking, marching or rallying for the people who cannot, carrying signs that bear their names.We encourage you to spread the #EqualVoices message and share your or someone else’s story, so all voices can be heard. You can follow all the stories here, we’ll be updating throughout the week.Remember, we won’t be at equality until we are ALL at equality.last_img

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