Sujit Choudhry along with George Anderson have recently released a series of essays that addresses constitutional processes that are specifically relevant in the areas of Libya, Myanmar and Yemen. The essays named “Territory and Power in constitutional Transitions,” includes a wide range of case studies that feature territorial politics and policies from Cyprus, Iraq, Nepal, Nigeria, Spain and others. These essays are considered to be key reading for those studying federalism, constitution design and other power-sharing topics.
In addition to the essays, Sujit Choudhry was responsible for authoring a companion piece on the same subject and shines light on territorial claims and how those claims relate to the constitution and the entire constitution-making process.
These essays are now available on Amazon for those that have an interest in building the constitutional process.
About Sujit Choudhry:
Sujit Choudhry has been a trusted advisor in governess and rules of the legal processes for over 20 years. He is international speaker, author and editor of numerous legal, political and constitutional articles and is an expert on intricate constitutional policies. He has advised numerous countries on the topics of multi-party dialogue and security sector reform. In 2013, he was named to an international group of experts to review a draft of a new Egyptian constitution.
Choudhry founded the Center of Constitutional Transitions and has received numerous accolades including being named Practitioner of the Year by the South Asian Bar Association in Toronto Canada in 2015 among others. He also sits of the Board of Editors of the International Journal of Constitutional Law.
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As the world evolves and bears witness to the advances and innovations in technology, there are still some countries and continents that have not yet embraced technology. One of these is Africa, the largest continent in the world. Isabel dos Santos, a world-renowned name in the business world is slowly trying to change this for her country and for Africa.
Isabel dos Santos is a prominent name and a respected figure in the world of business because of her impressive success. Her name became more recognized when Forbes once listed her as the wealthiest woman in the world. She still retains her spot on Forbes list and up to this day, is still the richest woman in Africa.
But, instead of on resting on her laurels, Isabel dos Santos uses her influence to help improve the lives of her fellow African. As a staple speaker in various talking engagements, Isabel is very outspoken on her dreams for Africa. In fact, during her speech at the British parliament, she advocated for the introduction of technology in Africa.
Isabel believes that technology could help improve the lives of people in terms of farming and agriculture. She cited several scenarios where Africans can utilize the advances of technology like opening an online store to sell their products to the world. But, she also knows that Africa has a long way to go when it comes to technology advances and they need to double their effort to achieve it.
Isabel dos Santos is also an advocate of women empowerment particularly of women entrepreneurship in the world. In Africa, she has been very active helping organizations and foundations in their causes. One of her advocacies helped opened working and income opportunities to more than 50,000 Africans who can now confidently go home every day and enjoy a complete meal together with their families.
As the eldest daughter of one of the longest-reigning president in Angola, it is obvious that Isabel dos Santos has a big heart to her people. Her advocacies speak a lot about her beliefs and aspirations for her beloved Africa and for the welfare of women in general.
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As far as profiles go, it doesn’t get much higher than Sheldon Lavin in the food processing industry as he operates one of the giants in the field. Sheldon is the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the board at OSI Group, and he also manages OSI International Foods as President.
Sheldon Lavin started off his career in finances and had no expectancy of becoming a permanent and knowledgable member of a food processing company. In the 1970s, when Sheldon Lavin was hired at Otto & Sons to help with financing as the company expanded, he started building experience in the industry as he became a regular help to the company founders. Sheldon took over the company years later, and Otto & Sons became OSI Group. Sheldon’s commitment and leadership over the past four decades have turned OSI into an international leader in food processing with locations in more than 60 countries.
In February of 2016, Sheldon Lavin was recognized by India’s Vision World Academy and presented with the Global Visionary Award for his accomplishments through OSI Group. Not only was Sheldon able to turn OSI into a global leader, but he has created jobs in communities all over the world, and today, OSI employs more than 20 thousand dedicated workers in more than 65 locations globally.
Turning OSI into one of the most prominent companies in the market is a big achievement, but Sheldon has also taken big steps to spark substantial changes in the industry through accountability and environmental sustainability. Environmental safety is a big concern for Sheldon, and he is an advocate for sustainable approaches to food processing. Through his own efforts to give OSI Group a lighter footprint on the map, Sheldon hopes the next generation of leaders follows in his footsteps to prioritize sustainable practices.
At 87 years old, one might expect Sheldon to retire, but instead, he remains heavily focused on the progress of OSI Group. He is also a dedicated philanthropist and supporter of the Ronald McDonald House Charities. OSI’s Sheldon Lavin receives Global Visionary Award
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