Monthly Archives: September 2010

A Person Centered Future for Giurgiu County, Romania

At the end of our Person Centered Planning workshop in Giurgiu County, Romania, three people who have returned to their home community in Giurgiu after many years in an institution had a new vision for the future that is possible … Continue reading

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Keeping Our Friends in Vladikavkaz in our Thoughts and Prayers

Our friends and colleagues in Vladikavkaz continue to be in our thoughts and prayers. As investigators continue to search for answers to the explosion in the Vladikavkaz central market, the people of Vladikavkaz begin the healing process. Our colleagues are … Continue reading

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Vladikavkaz Update

 We have heard from our colleagues and many friends in Vladikavkaz, and are saddened to report that some injuries have been reported among their families.  They are never far from our thoughts.  Today the sad work of burying the dead … Continue reading

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Tragedy in Vladikavkaz

Today my normal routine of dealing with the pressing issues of Keystone Human Services was interrupted by the appalling news of an apparent suicide bombing in the downtown market of Vladikavkaz, North Ossetia.  I am deeply and inexpressibly saddened, and … Continue reading

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Remembering Beslan

September 1-3, 2010 marks the sixth anniversary of the tragic Beslan School #1 hostage crisis in Beslan, North Ossetia in Russia. The school gym where over one thousand children, teachers and parents were held hostage by Chechen terrorists is now … Continue reading

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