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In an open letter to Sainsbury's, groups representing more than 200,000 tea farmers and workers in Africa said: "This move will disempower us.
He said: "If you teach kids to dodge risk, you disempower them.
The motion adds: "Its impact is to stifle creativity in education, disempower teachers, put procedure before purpose and increase the workload of teachers.
I do not wish this news to disempower my fans and the people about the institution of marriage in any way.
Speaking at a festival in Doha yesterday, Qaradawi said: "I kept calling for years (for efforts) to bridge the gap between sects, and traveled to Iran during the era of former President Mohammad Khatami (but) these fanatics (in Iran) and hard-liners want to disempower the Sunnis.
Noting that the primary education landscape across the United States is marked by increasing de facto segregation and that this de facto segregation has resulted in majority minority schools where "multicultural" curriculums that have been constructed supposedly to empower students (teaching mostly black history and culture in majority black schools, for example) often leaves students with different levels of cultural capital that actually serves to disempower them when they confront the dominant culture, Levinson (Harvard Graduate School of Education) reflects on the issues raised by and possible solutions to this dynamic, deploying normative, analytic, and empirical arguments in her discussion and bringing in her own experience as a former teacher at a majority black school in Atlanta.
There has to be a better way to empower a population looking to disempower the same regime we wish to destabilize.
Identifying aspects that disempower and empower females in K-12 science classrooms should provide a context for creating improvement in the gender equity of science instruction.
This understanding of ministry does not mean that there aren't structures, or that certain people aren't chosen to lead at times; it simply means that the mandate of leadership is to nurture the community into mutual ministry, rather than to disempower the community and make its people into dependents.
They complained of detention in unhygienic facilities by regimes operated to disempower them, including in the management of their own health, and described health negating responses to imprisonment such as increased smoking.
The summary presents a variety of environmental, sociological, and cultural factors that disempower women throughout the world.
Qualitative studies are presented detailing women's experiences of family policies' effects on their lives, including their resiliency in times of disruption and their viewpoints on life-altering events that are used to disempower them.