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By Marlick (209.88.21.99) on Monday, February 07, 2005 - 4:22 am: Edit Post

WWWAARRNIING!!
THIS IS SCAM
DONT EVEN TRY TO SEND YOUR MONEY

Greetings From The Office Of The Chief Organizer


NEWS


Dear Delegates

WE AT GLOBAL YOUTH WELFARE ORGANIZATION WISH TO INFORM ALL OUR MEMBERS ALL OVER THE WORLD AND INTENDING MEMBERS THAT WE SHALL BE HOLDING OUR FORTH CONFERENCE ON
RACISM AND CHILD ABUSE AT


AS FROM THE 15TH TILL THE 18TH OF MARCH 2005

Nation Of Islam Annex Estate,
126 Northpoint Houston, Texas 77060
Houston Texas, USA

AS FROM THE 21ST TILL THE 25TH OF MARCH 2005.

SCANDINAVIAN CONCERT HALL,
Virkesvagen 5, 12030 Stockholm


Send in your applications now.


Greetings to all our members, much regards to all volunteers and the sponsors of our events. Of all the tools at our disposal to promote the security of people, none offers greater potential than the one you are using right now. Yet, for all of its promise, this powerful medium has not been used to its fullest. We are only at the beginning of the curve in determining the potential of this new tool.
As we see the explosion of public enterprises, e-commerce and integrated networks that is driving the private sector ahead, we need an equivalent burst to serve the public good - to advance the welfare and safety of individuals. For none is that need greater than for children and women who are put at extreme risk by abuse, drug and conflict every day. In too many places and in too many instances children and women have been forced from their homes, separated from their families, made to act as human shields, stripped of their identities and callously killed children have rarely been so vulnerable. The International Conference is an attempt to address this crisis by putting children first.

Young people will have a voice along with those of us in government and civil society. And that voice will be heard like never before. Our record as an international community has been mixed: often failure to respond in time, with adequate will and with sufficient resources to end the suffering of young people. South Africa will be an important venue to examine why that is and to explore new ways of acting and building the necessary capacity and will so that we do not repeat the failures of the past.

Tomorrows international security depends on our efforts today at finding solutions to the cultures of violence and impunity that endanger children's lives and jeopardize their future.

I hope that we come away from this conference having sustained the hope of the many millions who have lost all in conflict that an international community does exist that is willing to hold up the basic dignity of humankind. The legacy of these events will be to have begun to make safe a world of opportunity and promise for all children.


PROVISIONS MADE FOR OUR PARTICIPANTS

You must put many things into consideration before taking decision to participate in this event. Provisions has been made for participants all round flight tickets, feeding and accommodation in the US will be taking care of by our sponsors.

Delegates will take care of their hotel reservation in SWEDEN during the first conference as our sponsors did not make provision for that. The delegate who needs the Authorization of the US visas to participate in this event must pay for the hotel reservation Sweden while GYWO shall pay for the hotel bills for all delegates in USA.

If you have considered this, then you should give us the go ahead by reaching us with the particulars of your delegates to the US Bureau of Immigrant Affairs to open your visa file by sending an e-mail to us with the participants names and passport information as soon as you have verified.

These will enable us know those that is coming for conference really and mus t go back to their home country. Participants should make their own accommodation reservations in Sweden. The Local and international Arrangements Committee is not providing this service, but suggests the following hotel in Sweden do reach Africa coordinator for more information gywocapetown@salvos.com

In order to receive the conference materials as well as other information contact the organizers in US Contact person: email: internconrca@yahoo.com

Send in your applications now.


Other contact details: www.interconrca.org
internconrca@yahoo.com

By interconrca (213.185.106.131) on Sunday, March 13, 2005 - 7:33 am: Edit Post

ALL ABOUT GLOBAL YOUTH WELFARE ORGANIZATION,

SEVERAL FRENCH SPEAKING CITIZENS WITH REGARDS TO A SO-CALLED ORGANIZATION BEARING OUR NAME HAVE CONTACTED US. WE IN NO WAY HAVE ANY RELATIONSHIP WITH ANY GROUP WITH THE FOLLOWING EMAIL AND NAMES IN CAMEROUN

1. gywinfo2004@yahoo.fr
2. REDDISH-BROWN avit Fabrice
3. SHARON Liza
4. gywafrica@yahoo.fr


THESE PEOPLE ARE THIEVES AND SHOULD NOT BE TAKEN AS US. WE ARE THE GLOBAL YOUTH WELFARE ORGANIZATION AND THE REAL OWNERS OF
www.interconrca.org

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTCAT US WITH secretary@interconrca.org

REGARDS,

SECRETARY


TOUT DE L'ORGANISATION GLOBALE DE BIEN-ETRE DE JEUNESSE,

PLUSIEURS français PARLANT DE L'AUX CITOYENS EN CE QUI CONCERNE UNE SOI-DISANT ORGANISATION PORTANT NOTRE NOM A CONTACTE Etats-Unis. NOUS AVONS NULLEMENT N'IMPORTE QUELLE RELATION AVEC N'IMPORTE QUEL GROUPE AVEC L'E-MAIL ET LES NOMS SUIVANT DANS CAMEROUN

1. Gywinfo2004@yahoo.fr 2. Avit ROUGEATRE-BRUN Fabrice 3. SHARON Liza 4. Gywafrica@yahoo.fr

CES GENS SONT VOLENT ET ne DEVRAIENT pas ETRE PRIS COMME Etats-Unis. NOUS SOMMES L'ORGANISATION GLOBALE DE BIEN-ETRE DE JEUNESSE ET LES VRAIS PROPRIETAIRES DE www.interconrca.org

POUR PLUS AMPLES RENSEIGNEMENTS CONTCAT Etats-Unis AVEC secretary@interconrca.org

LES EGARDS,

SECRETAIRE

By pepple (81.199.80.206) on Friday, April 08, 2005 - 7:47 am: Edit Post

These are enormously important questions to ask at any time, but they are especially important to address in the wake of September 11. The aftermath of that event, on the one hand, revealed to many Americans as never before how many of their fellow citizens (or future citizens) come from religious traditions dramatically at odds with their own. But it also demonstrated that American culture, which has shaped Catholicism and Judaism in distinctly American ways, is shaping Islam (and other religions such as Buddhism) in similar ways. It may not be an exaggeration to say that the way we find answers to the question of common moral values in the face of religious differences is vital to the future security of the Untied States.

To explore these kinds of questions, "Religious Diversity and the Common Good" will meet for six weeks. Each week will contain two three-hour sessions devoted to a specific reading assignment and one two-hour session reserved for synthetic discussion. I will lead each discussion, although, depending on the expertise of the participants, it may make sense to have specific individuals take responsibility for particular texts, especially in the fifth week when individual projects are discussed. Participants will be expected to read the common texts for each particular session. All participants will be expected to reflect on the ways the material discussed during the seminar can help them with their teaching, research, or institutional development; this will generally take place through a written project, but other forms of reflection will be accepted. I will be

By uthayanm (cache3-2.ruh.isu.net.sa - 212.138.47.13) on Sunday, May 22, 2005 - 12:17 pm: Edit Post

Attention : The Chief Organizer,
GLOBAL YOUTH WELFARE ORGANIZATION
Baruch Drive,
New York, NY 10002
U.S.A.
Tel: +1- 270596- 3213


Subject: Prolonged Refund Payment


Please be informed that, I have applied and payment made for the participation of the GYWO events in 2004, but unfortunately I could not attend the same. Several times I have contacted vide emails to the South African protocol office for the refund of my hotel reservation money and the refundable deposit USD 2,340.00, but till to date I didn’t received proper reply or refund from them. Therefore I have intended to write you to get my refund by your good self. Further I would like to inform you that I have paid the money from my employer granted loan, and I have to settle at earliest. I have no source to get this huge sum of money.

Your kind assistance and actions in this regard will proof your great services to the world.

Looking forward get my money back.

Uthayan
(uthayanm@myway.com)

By Anonymous (82.101.169.53) on Saturday, March 18, 2006 - 8:45 am: Edit Post

Bonjour ,
Mme Monica Hilton secretaire et Mr Emmanuel Dickson co-coordinateur de Global Youth Welfare en Italie nous ont contacté pour participer à la conference de la jeunesse et enfants démunis qui se déroulera en Italie du 28 au 31 mars 2006.
Nous vous prions de bien vouloir nous confirmer ou infirmer si ces deux membres fot partie de votre organisation.
Salutations distinguées.
Mr Omar.O
Président de l'association "TAKAFULL"

By Melissa Nehmer (68-190-84-94.dhcp.mdsn.wi.charter.com - 68.190.84.94) on Saturday, March 25, 2006 - 3:03 pm: Edit Post

Hi, I am a current applicant, and after speaking with my peace corps recruiter, have found out that they would like to nominate me for a math teaching assingnment in Africa. However, I am a math and spanish major, and hope to use spanish somehow later in my professional career. So, I am nervous that accepting such a position and not speaking spanish for 2 years, I will lose alot of what I have gained through my study abroad and studies here. However, I know that this is not an experience that I can so easily cast off because of this fear. I was wondering if anyone was in a similar position and could tell me how it affected them? Thank you so much for any advice from personal experience you can give me!

By Lol Bono on Friday, August 15, 2003 - 9:07 pm: Edit Post

Hi, my name is Lol and I'm looking for a certain Ms. Morales/z, she was a volunteer peace corp teacher in Okakarara, the year was 1992-1993. She was my English teacher and I only happen to remember the last name. If any one knew where I can reach or if she is reading this message contact me please. I was in grade 11 previously known Standard 9.

By thenga kamwanya (e0.cc1.wdh1.alter.net - 196.20.31.121) on Wednesday, August 03, 2005 - 10:19 am: Edit Post

I was a Peace Corps/Namibia volunteer trainer from 1997-1999.I 'm looking for Rukwangali trainees from 1997-1999.please contact me at the following address thenga2000@hotmail.com or kamwanyat@nampower.com.na

By Mc-cloud Katjizeu (www-cache1.oulu.fi - 130.231.240.17) on Thursday, April 06, 2006 - 9:52 am: Edit Post

I am Mc-cloud Katjizeu a product of the Peace corps/Namibia program and desperately looking for Ms.Katherine Gregg.She was a volunteer on this program from 2001-20002. Please contact me at this e-mail address: mrmkatjizeu85@yahoo.com.

By tangeni (c-76-99-213-113.hsd1.nj.comcast.net - 76.99.213.113) on Wednesday, April 09, 2008 - 8:28 am: Edit Post

i also was in the first group of peace corps volunteers in 1990. i would love to reconnect with other volunteers and former learners. i can be reached at chokako@aol.com. oh yeah eddie coleman here. joyce,ayanda, nyamekye and ndinelago are fine!!!


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