Friday, June 5, 2020

Hult, Ashridge finalise strategic alliance [Pie News] Hult Blog

This article was originally published on February 27, 2015, by thepienews.com, ‘Hult, Ashridge finalise strategic alliance’. A legal agreement has been finalised for a strategic alliance between two of the world’s largest business schools: Hult International Business School and Ashridge Business School. http://www.hult.edu/Each with locations around the world and a combined annual intake of 3,000 degree programme students and over 6,000 executives, the intention is to work towards merging operations to create a full service business school. The alliance was announced in July last year, however the agreement has been legalised this month and the schools have identified three clear objectives they will target together. Efforts will be focused on expanding the schools’ combined undergraduate and graduate offerings including new online programmes as well as expanding Ashridge’s executive education to more clients around the world. Research initiatives into the needs of corporate executives and the effectiveness of management education also tops the new growth agenda. â€Å"Our priority is as ever to focus on the students and corporate clients at Hult and Ashridge,† Dr Stephen Hodges, president of Hult International Business School told The PIE News. â€Å"Over the course of the next few months we will be working on how to bring the two organisations together in the most effective way to achieve the vision of being the world’s most relevant business school.† Annually, Hult enrols around 3,000 students across its five campuses in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, Shanghai, and a rotation centre in New York. The alliance marks a new research direction for the school that until now has exclusively offered seven MBA, EMBA, and specialists Masters and Bachelors programmes. â€Å"Ashridge  and  Hult  share a philosophy that to be relevant, learning has to be informed by not just the latest theories, but also the realities of business,† Ashridge CEO Kai Peters told The PIE News. â€Å"We are trying to differentiate ourselves in this manner based on extensive research we have conducted with businesses around the world.† Established in 1959, Ashridge is a leading business school for working professionals. Each year it works with over 6,000 managers from 850 organisations in 60 countries.  In the UK it operates from a 19th century neo-gothic house that also runs as a meeting and events venue. If you would like to find out more about Hult’s global business programs,  download a brochure here. Step up your game with executive education at Ashridge agile business school. To find out more, take a look at our blog How to fund your Executive MBA, or firm up your exec career footing with a Masters in International Business from Hult. Download a brochure or get in touch today to find out how Hult can help you learn everything about the business world, the future, and yourself. Hult Rotation offers you a chance to study in a truly global way. Our rotation program allows you to study and be immersed in some of the finest cities in the world. 📠¸: @jasminmanzano . Hult Rotation offers you a chance to study in a truly global way. Our rotation program allows you to study and be immersed in some of the finest cities in the world. 📠¸: @jasminmanzano . Each year, Hult seeks to enroll a talented and ambitious incoming class from all over the world. We look for diverse students with a wide range of experiences, perspectives, and interests—students who will thrive in our unique educational atmosphere. Are you ready for a truly global experience? 📠¸: @iambrunadiniz . Each year, Hult seeks to enroll a talented and ambitious incoming class from all over the world. We look for diverse students with a wide range of experiences, perspectives, and interests—students who will thrive in our unique educational atmosphere. Are you ready for a truly global experience? 📠¸: @iambrunadiniz . We’re excited to start 2020 on a ranking high! Hult is proud to have been placed #28 in Poets Quants 2020 rankings for Best Undergraduate Business Schools in the US. Taking a huge leap of 32 places from our 2019 position, we’re also very happy to have secured top positions in key categories like: life-changing experience, practicality of the degree, and global immersion. . With five global campuses, a student body of over 130 nationalities, and a learn-by-doing approach—Hult offers a student experience like no other. . We’re excited to start 2020 on a ranking high! Hult is proud to have been placed #28 in Poets Quants 2020 rankings for Best Undergraduate Business Schools in the US. Taking a huge leap of 32 places from our 2019 position, we’re also very happy to have secured top positions in key categories like: life-changing experience, practicality of the degree, and global immersion. . With five global campuses, a student body of over 130 nationalities, and a learn-by-doing approach—Hult offers a student experience like no other. . â€Å"I’m from an engineering background and needed a whole new skill set for the industry I wanted to switch to. I learned a lot about myself and how I deal with being out of my comfort zone. I learned both soft and hard skills, from how to work in very diverse teams to key accounting metrics and strategy. I was surprised by how weak I was at certain tasks in English or how strong I actually was in other areas. Hult gave me opportunities to try new things and meet people from places I never thought I would have friends. . My internship experiences gave me the chance to broaden my view of different cultures and different companies. I had the opportunity to work and live with people whose values differed from people in my home country. I thought that this would be difficult, but it gave me the chance to reflect on my own values and assess if they were a result of my home country environment or if they were intrinsically mine. . Diederick ter Kulve (@diederick.terkulve) Netherlands Masters in International Business . â€Å"I’m from an engineering background and needed a whole new skill set for the industry I wanted to switch to. I learned a lot about myself and how I deal with being out of my comfort zone. I learned both soft and hard skills, from how to work in very diverse teams to key accounting metrics and strategy. I was surprised by how weak I was at certain tasks in English or how strong I actually was in other areas. Hult gave me opportunities to try new things and meet people from places I never thought I would have friends. . My internship experiences gave me the chance to broaden my view of different cultures and different companies. I had the opportunity to work and live with people whose values differed from people in my home country. I thought that this would be difficult, but it gave me the chance to reflect on my own values and assess if they were a result of my home country environment or if they were intrinsically mine. . Diederick ter Kulve (@diederick.terkulve) Netherlands Masters in International Business . Say a big hello to our Bachelor of Business Administration program cover star, Elisa Orus Plana âÅ" ¨ . â€Å"I’m excited for the future—especially that I cant predict whats going to happen. Maybe Ill end up in Mexico working for a trading company or maybe in Africa, developing my own business. Everything is possible, and the options are constantly changing. I love the idea that Im never going to be stuck doing the same job until the end of my life if I dont want it to be like this. . Hult really supports me and my ambitions and truly believes that we deserve to be considered as professionals as well as students. Here, I get to express not just my opinions but all elements of myself. From my creative side with the Fashion Society to my finance and business sides in Trading Club and the Management Consulting Club. We get a different type of learning here. Not just essential knowledge and theory, but practical skills and mindset. The school is always evolving. We’re encouraged to innovate and to always look for new ways of doing traditional things. We learn how to be more confident and become aware of how we can impact our environment. The school aims to help you become a better version of yourself and to stand out from the crowd.â€Å" . Elisa Orus Plana French Bachelor of Business Administration Class of 2021 Say a big hello to our Bachelor of Business Administration program cover star, Elisa Orus Plana âÅ" ¨ . â€Å"I’m excited for the future—especially that I cant predict whats going to happen. Maybe Ill end up in Mexico working for a trading company or maybe in Africa, developing my own business. Everything is possible, and the options are constantly changing. I love the idea that Im never going to be stuck doing the same job until the end of my life if I dont want it to be like this. . Hult really supports me and my ambitions and truly believes that we deserve to be considered as professionals as well as students. Here, I get to express not just my opinions but all elements of myself. From my creative side with the Fashion Society to my finance and business sides in Trading Club and the Management Consulting Club. We get a different type of learning here. Not just essential knowledge and theory, but practical skills and mindset. The school is always evolving. We’re encouraged to innovate and to always look for new ways of doing traditional things. We learn how to be more confident and become aware of how we can impact our environment. The school aims to help you become a better version of yourself and to stand out from the crowd.â€Å" . Elisa Orus Plana French Bachelor of Business Administration Class of 2021"> During the final days of 2019, you probably reflected on what you’ve accomplished this year—and even this decade—and what you’d like to achieve in 2020. Let us know in the comments below. During the final days of 2019, you probably reflected on what you’ve accomplished this year—and even this decade—and what you’d like to achieve in 2020. Let us know in the comments below. â€Å"The first time we did group work on the program, I went head-to-head with a colleague. It taught me a lot about how I see people, how people see me, and how conflict can be resolved in a kind and productive way. The best feedback you get, when delivered constructively, is the most critical because it really feeds into how you lead. I’ve completely reversed my leadership style—the result is so much richer and more powerful when you lead from behind and lead with strength. . Studying in tandem with working, whilst challenging, gave me the perfect platform to directly apply learning concepts into my business environment, the competitive landscape, and the real-estate industry as a whole. When I started the program, I was very happy in my corporate role. But my courage and aspirations grew to the point that I took on a whole new direction. Having my career coach, Joanna, as a sounding board allowed me to really be strategic and get to know myself. She coached me thro ugh all the interviews, the research, and the questions. It went in parallel with what I was doing academically and after six months everything just clicked. . I went into the EMBA knowing I had nothing to lose and I’ve come out with everything. Great strength, global friends, amazing learning, mentors from professors, a job I love, and the knowledge that I can set my mind to achieve anything and with the right support and resources I’ll get there.† . Kashani Wijetunga British, New Zealand Sri Lankan Associate Director Senior Strategy Consultant CBRE EMBA Class of 2019 . â€Å"The first time we did group work on the program, I went head-to-head with a colleague. It taught me a lot about how I see people, how people see me, and how conflict can be resolved in a kind and productive way. The best feedback you get, when delivered constructively, is the most critical because it really feeds into how you lead. I’ve completely reversed my leadership style—the result is so much richer and more powerful when you lead from behind and lead with strength. . Studying in tandem with working, whilst challenging, gave me the perfect platform to directly apply learning concepts into my business environment, the competitive landscape, and the real-estate industry as a whole. When I started the program, I was very happy in my corporate role. But my courage and aspirations grew to the point that I took on a whole new direction. Having my career coach, Joanna, as a sounding board allowed me to really be strategic and get to know myself. She coached me thro ugh all the interviews, the research, and the questions. It went in parallel with what I was doing academically and after six months everything just clicked. . I went into the EMBA knowing I had nothing to lose and I’ve come out with everything. Great strength, global friends, amazing learning, mentors from professors, a job I love, and the knowledge that I can set my mind to achieve anything and with the right support and resources I’ll get there.† . Kashani Wijetunga British, New Zealand Sri Lankan Associate Director Senior Strategy Consultant CBRE EMBA Class of 2019 . â€Å"It was now or never. I knew that I’d have likely stayed in my neighborhood for years to come if I didn’t take this opportunity. I’d not lived or studied outside of the U.S. before. So I left my job as a global strategist at an advertising agency and moved halfway around the world. I’ve come back a more culturally aware, well-versed person. I’ve realized that everything is a learning experience and an opportunity for growth. Ill definitely carry this mindset with me into the future. Technology and social media allow us to be different people in several places at once. Im excited to see how I can establish myself in whatever city Ill be lucky enough to call home and still maintain deep connections with people all over the world. I’m inspired by my classmates every day. Hearing some of their life stories and how getting this degree fits into their greater mission has been very humbling. My biggest challenge has been finding the ‘right’ path for me. There have been rooms Ive felt like I shouldnt be in, but now Im proud to feel as though I truly belong, wherever I am.† . Dwayne Logan, Jnr. American MBA Class of 2019 . â€Å"It was now or never. I knew that I’d have likely stayed in my neighborhood for years to come if I didn’t take this opportunity. I’d not lived or studied outside of the U.S. before. So I left my job as a global strategist at an advertising agency and moved halfway around the world. I’ve come back a more culturally aware, well-versed person. I’ve realized that everything is a learning experience and an opportunity for growth. Ill definitely carry this mindset with me into the future. Technology and social media allow us to be different people in several places at once. Im excited to see how I can establish myself in whatever city Ill be lucky enough to call home and still maintain deep connections with people all over the world. I’m inspired by my classmates every day. Hearing some of their life stories and how getting this degree fits into their greater mission has been very humbling. My biggest challenge has been finding the ‘right’ path for me. There have been rooms Ive felt like I shouldnt be in, but now Im proud to feel as though I truly belong, wherever I am.† . Dwayne Logan, Jnr. American MBA Class of 2019 . Happy New Year, Hultians! . Happy New Year, Hultians! .

Sunday, May 17, 2020

Leadership And Ethics Program At The Jepson School Of The...

There is an age old question that goes like this: Are individuals made to be a leader or are individuals born to be leaders? JoAnne Ciculla, a professor in leadership and ethics program at the Jepson School of the University of Richmond states the question should not be, what is leadership, but what is good leadership? (Giampetro-Meyer, Brown, Browne, 1998). Ciculla referenced three types of leadership: transformational, transitional, and servant leadership. While these are just a few, with leadership, you have to be willing to take charge and direct others. At times people may not be receptive because people have a tendency to want to do their own thing and not be controlled or directed by others. As we observe what is going on in society today with the Black Lives Movement, and with police brutality, some have asked the following question. Is there a leader who could bring unity by coming together to allow different groups to talk and move toward a sensible resolution? For an organization to be successful, the economical, organizational, and political systems depends on how effective and efficient the leader is (Parris Peachey, 2013). When it comes to being able to influence an organization, you would like to have someone that is able to do this well, however, in some cases a person may not necessarily have the proper skills needed to be a good leader, who could move the organization to be productive. I will compare, and contrast at least three leadership

Wednesday, May 6, 2020

What Is Franklins Argument in Remarks Concerning the...

â€Å"Remarks concerning the savages of North America is a part of Early American Literature that highlights Franklins criticism of the Native Americans being referred to as savages. This essay is based on Franklin’s experiences with the social and cultural nature of the Native Americans. Franklins description of native life are described in such a way as to emphasize some of the failings of his own western society. This essay was written in 1784. In this remarkable essay Franklin makes observations on how the society of Native Americans differs from that of white English America. The main point that Franklin was aiming for is that Native Americans are anything but savages. Franklin wanted to convince people that just†¦show more content†¦They then would wait a little bit after the person was done speaking to recollect his thoughts and continue if he has left anything out. They see it as highly indecent to interrupt the speaker. â€Å"The colonist used the concept of the noble savage as a furthering of their own esteem and measuring their progress as civilized people. Although they never doubted that they were the superior culture, the settlers realized they could learn from the Native Americans who knew how to survive in this strange New World. Franklin goes even farther in his argument and points out that, in some regards, the Native American culture and its people are even more polite than the British. The Indians did not allow their young men to go to Williamsburg college because the Indians felt that the white man had no moral values when it came to living in the wilderness, building cabins, or be teachers and counselors to their young. Another example that Franklin touched on was when the Susquehannah Indian chiefs and the Swedish minister exchanged stories of how the the earth and mankind were created. The Swedish minister held a service for the Indians telling them about our English god and I am quite sure he was trying to convert them to Christianity. The Indians acknowledged his religion but declined to use it in their society. The Indians responded with a story of their

Storage of Pharmaceuticals Act.

Question: Discuss about the Storage of Pharmaceuticals Act. Answer: The storage of pharmaceuticals Act of 2014 states about the protection of public against the regulation of any possession or in the storage of any pharmaceuticals drugs. It also states describes penalties for unsafe any harmful and careless type of practice associated with these materials[1]. In this case, it is stated that Michael Turnball had a pharmacy in a place called Toorak and not only this he was also the owner of a pond which consisted of many beautiful tropical fishes. So to protect those fishes and treating them against fungal infections he brought a bulk amount of curpazine which was sold online. As Michael was a pharmacist he had knowledge about the chemical, so he also bought some blue colored food and mixed it with the curpazine powder to serve the fishes. When the police investigated his garage they found blue colored curpazine powder which was stored in a shoe box. But Michael believes that the storage of pharmaceuticals act is not applicable to him as he was a pharmacist himself so the act cannot prohibit him in doing so. As in the act, it is mentioned that any person who is a registered medical practitioner, dentist, vet or a healthy professional has the authorization to supply, sell any pharmaceutical can only have the possession of these kinds of chem icals. As this can be stated that his believe was also correct because in this act it is also stated that the pharmacist has the power to restrict substances or the prescribed drugs in order of lawful practice included in his or her profession. So as per the theory of this act, it can be stated that believe of Michael is true because he had no intention of using it wrongly rather he used it for good faith. Moreover, he was also a Pharmacist himself and the act doesnt restrict any of the license holders to have the possession of any kinds of drugs to use it lawfully. It is also clearly mentioned in the act that the possession or storing of any drugs or any pharmaceuticals can result in penalties in case it is found that it is used for unsafe, dangerous or any careless practice. The act also states that the commencement of it should be only applicable to relevant provisions within the jurisdiction[2]. In accordance with this provision the power of the police officer can be stated that according to section 6 in which the police can conduct a search in the premises of any person who believes to be have stored any pharmaceutical substance in his or her premises in order to violate any of the act under this provision. If is conducted can be stated that if any illegal material is found relating to inhale or any intoxicating inhalant substances the police can seize those properties in possession. Even the police can detain or apprehend that accused person if it is in believe of the police that there is the possession of the pharmacist substances, or rather it was stored on his or her premises. As stated in the problem it is seen that Michael's friend Dutto was very much interested in literacy matters and got excited while they were having a discussion about literacy after drinking champagne. As Michael was pharmacist, he had the knowledge about how to treat a patient who is suffering from breathing problem. Thus to save his friend Dutto's life he treated him by injecting epinephrine which is an adrenaline used for emergency treatment purposes in allergic matters. Then after that, he also dialed 000 for the instance which the police and the ambulance arrived. Ambulance took Dutto away for treatment, but the police had a conversation with Michael and also investigated his house and recovered colored curpazin powder in the shoe box. After the recovery police had insisted Michael to come with them to police headquarters but he refused and was charged with the breaches of this act[3]. It is considered that Michael was charged under this act and he was arrested for the breach of this act. Then he was placed for prohibition of Storage of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014 as it is mentioned in the act that no one is allowed to keep the possession of any pharmaceuticals or any other drugs or any other such medicines without any proper cause, then he or she will be penalized under this act and here police has caught Michael red handed with colored curpazin powder which is an illegal act[4]. But from Michaels point of view he also argued on law points stating that he was a pharmacist and this law doesn't prohibit pharmacist for the possession of any such kind of drugs. Moreover according to the Interpretation Of Legislation Act 1984he also argued that he was also an owner of a pond which consisted of beautiful tropical fishes and to treat them from the infection he bought curpazin powder and mixed it with some blue food color material so he cannot be held liable for this regards. And when his friend was suffering from breathing problem he used epinephrine for injecting his friend and also used adrenaline to treat him against allergies. So here the act was done in good faith as to protect the life of his friend, so it can be stated that he had to face an emergency situation for which he had to use those drugs. Lastly, the most important defense in his favor is he was a pharmacist who had the license of keeping drugs in possession and to use it legally and good faith as he did in this method. Michael informed the police as well as the ambulance by dialing 000 that his friend Paul Dutton son also known as Dutto and was suffering from allergy and needed to be rushed to a hospital immediately. He was also interested in literacy rate had a discussion with him regarding literacy and meanwhile started suffering from breathing problem and his throat started swelling. Suddenly his friend's health started deteriorating, and the situation was quite serious, so to save his friend's life he injected him with epinephrine and also gave him adrenaline which fights against allergies. As soon as the ambulance and police arrived they started taking action, the ambulance took Dutto to observe him, and the police started the discussion with Michael and also investigated his house. Later the police were able to recover colored curpazine powder from his garage, and they asked him to follow with them to the police station and even insisted him. The police also explained to him that it was the b reech of Storage of Pharmaceutical Act 2014. But from Michaels point view, there can be an argument that is no breach of this act as according to this act pharmacists are allowed to keep possession of drugs. According to the law it is stated that:- A person cannot use set lay put or knowingly place be a part of the setting, putting laying or placing a pharmaceutical or regulate in or upon on any land whatsoever; It is also stated that any person who is legally having possession of pharmaceuticals such as Ketamine according to this section are not allowed to use it except on the purpose to tranquilizing horses situated outside or on land it may be outside township of Metropolitan Melbourne[5]. So taking into consideration of all the pros and corns of the matter we can state that while the matter will be held in the court. The court decision that will be in the favor Michael is that though he was a pharmacist, he has no right to use the drugs such as epinephrine and adrenaline on his friend. But the merit that lies in this situation that his friend was suffering from breathing trouble which resulted into swelling of his throat. His situation was also quite serious so he has used that medicine to save his friend's life which was done in good faith so he cannot be alleged in this regard and the curpazin powder which he used was for protecting his tropical fishes in his pond. Moreover, according to the Michael, the court will also focus stating that the police has violated his rights by forcing him to come to police head quarters which was not proper because he has not committed any crime. As he was a pharmacist he had knowledge about chemical and thus he treated his friend to save his life. Bob Shouten had a pharmacy shop in Marijbyrong. Suddenly on a Sunday afternoon a constable named Tatiana Bliberjek arrived in his shop and asked for medicine in regard that his cow was suffering from back stabbing. But her identification was not disclosed by her to the pharmacist. Thus, the pharmacist prescribed morphine in bulk for her cow. Later the constable disclosed her identification to the pharmacist and seized a sample of morphine and placed it in the laboratory for its analysation of those medicines. But Bob stated that he gather those medicines for one of his friend who was a vet. In the analysation, it was found that the morphine's contained a ketamine. As a result, the police officer destroyed all his morphine and all horse medicines[6]. According to Storage of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014, it can be stated that a person who has the legal possession of any pharmaceutical containing such as ketamine are not allowed to use those medicines except the purpose of tranquilizing horses and too situated out of the township or out of the Metropolitan Melbourne. The maximum penalty which can be charged is five penalty units. Provision of this act also states that any person who visits the house to house to sell intoxicating inhale substances or sell in the public place or Public Street for supplies of pharmaceuticals is charged as an offense liable to the penalty of 500 penalty units. There are also certain provisions for selling these kinds of pharmaceuticals, as stated in the act a person is not allowed to sell or store any of such pharmaceuticals in the container which is not complied with the act such as: A drug which is used to treat any amphibian, bird, reptile, mammals or invertebrate; A medicinal drug which is used humans internal purposes; A pharmaceutical for the humans internal use; There are also many other such substances which include for the purpose of designing for the use of external human use such as lotion, powder, ointment, salve or other such material as drinks, foods, condiment, etc. The act also deals that the central store which is at the in the institution must always maintain a record of solving, selling, purchasing related to the drug and the penalty that counts is 40 penalty units. The person who deals with highly abused pharmaceuticals in one or more packets to be keeping a transaction of it. So according to this case study, we can state that Bob is liable for the fault of selling pharmaceuticals such as morphine and other horse medicines in the open market which is against the act. Though he is a pharmacist, it can be stated that he can use those medicines as a stock to supply to those people who has the power to use them. But instead of doing so he was selling those medicines to the unknown persons. Not only was this he caught red-handed by a police constable. Later when that morphine was tested in the laboratory, it was found that the medicines contained ketamine which is also prohibited by this act. So Bob can be proved guilty in this case as the evidence is against him. Later it was also seen that the constable all his item in record and made a list of morphine or other such drugs which was present in his list and also seized a sample of morphine as an evidence and later when he returned with the troop and other police officers came and destroyed the morphine's and o ther horse medicines of the store and he was also charged for that. Thus, now the liability is totally on Bob to prove that he kept the stock of those drugs for his vet friend in the town for treating the animals. So there must be a positive defense for Bob to prove him innocent[7]. According to this problem, we can state that Bob can be charged under this act because in the act the provision states that selling any drug such as morphine or any other horse medicine, etc. is illegal. This is also regarded as a criminal offense as per under sections 9 (1) because it states that it is liable to the penalty which must not exceed (5) unit penalty. The following requirements must be there to apprehend or detent it as a criminal offense: That he or she wasn't adding or abetting the other person to inhale or inhaled any substances which are intoxicated; He or she had recently promoted and aided the other person to inhale or inhalant of any intoxicating substances. As per this case law, it is stated that a constable named Tatiana Bliberjek came to Bob's pharmacy shop and asked for medicines which can treat her cow who was suffering from the injury. Bob recommended her morphine which was a good drug to treat the injured animals. But it was totally illegal to sale those medicines in the market without any prior permission. But the storage of drug was not illegal as he was pharmacist himself. Later constable accompanied by some other police officers came and destroyed those drugs that were stored in his stores. As according to the provision of this act we can state that if any person keeps the storage of pharmaceuticals, regulated drug, or any medicine or medicinal device contradictory to this act, then he or she will be liable to the maximum of five penalty units. It also states that if any person sells any packed drug or pharmaceuticals without any proper prescription by the doctor, and also there must be a production of the birth certificate of the person who buys it[8]. But as Bob had no intention of selling those medicines for illegal reasons, there must be a proper cause for his defense. In relating to the provisions of this act, we can state that any person is a pharmacist has the power to keep in store certain kind of pharmaceuticals or any drug but certain are prohibited from selling. Thus, according to section 5, we can state that any person who shall not lay place or put be a part of the setting knowledgeable then laying, placing or putting any pharmaceuticals drugs upon the land or in the land what so ever is applicable. It also provides us with the information that the person who is having pharmacist license can keep in possession of drugs under the legal theory. The defenses that he can take in his favor to save him from the eyes of law are as follows: Bob was a pharmacist himself who was a pharmacist from Maribyrnong and had a shop of drugs. But he was caught by a lady constable for selling banned drugs such as morphine. But the according to section 4 of the act it does not stop him from doing so as the pharmacist can keep possession of drugs, being a license holder. In the second point we can state that he was not selling the drugs rather, the constable implicated a false story that her cow was injured badly and needs quick treatment. He can also be defended according to the provision that he kept those morphine and other drugs for his friend who was a vet and used to treat the horses. But presently the vet was not handling the horses, so the medicines were kept in store with him. Lastly, it can be stated that he was not selling the morphine or other horse medicines on the street or from house to house or rather not inviting the public to buy it. And it does not violate section 14 of the act[9]. Dl Battle v Real Estate Agents Authority (2010) Federal Court of Australia According to this case it is stated by Hanson-Old J that according Real-estate Agents Authority Act 1980 the Plaintiff was to submit the list of properties he managed from the realtor but he failed and was dismissed from the his position. But he stated that he provided all records listed in the back of his childrens nanny and he passed it to all that he was able to mange[10]. But according the problem it can be stated by the judge that there was a breach of contract made by the employee as he was supposes to produce the record in a proper manner. As it was provided by the plaintiff in the back of the photograph it doesnt clearly states that it is a record book. Thus his claims fail[11]. Xenophob v R 1995 (av., [2015]) South Australian Court of Appeal In this case Cosgrove Bryce JJ stated that according to the Pokies Act 1982 selling of Pokie machines is a crime and it is strictly prohibited. The Act also state that sale is prohibited under section 47 of the act. But in this matter there was an argument made the pokie machine was not sold in return of cash but rather exchanged. But the judge stated that though it was not sold in return of money but exchanged so he stated that it was a loophole regarding the crime. According to his view it can also be stated that if he considers it then others will also follow the same procedure thus it is a crime[12]. According to Jeffery J (dissenting) there was viewpoint given that sale of pokie machines according to section 47 is a crime. But here the machine was not sold rather exchanged in form of the barter system. Thus there is no contradictory provisions of law which can be stated here. As the transaction of money was not an issue in this matter so the judge acquitted the appellant[13]. Thus if both the decision of the judge is taken into consideration then it can be seen that the decision by Cosgrove Bryce JJ is more suitable because there is no scope of others to exchange or rather deal with Pokie machines which is considered as a crime[14]. Reference list: Counsel, Chief Parliamentary,Interpretation Of Legislation Act 1984(1st ed, 2015) Di Batale v Realestate Agents AuthorityFederal Court of Australia (2010) Storage Of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014(1st ed, 2014) The Pokies Act 1982. The Realestate Agents Authority Act 1980 Xenophob v RSouth Australia Court of Appeal (1995) Storage Of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014 (1st ed, 2014) Storage Of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014 (1st ed, 2014) Storage Of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014 (1st ed, 2014) Storage Of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014 (1st ed, 2014) Counsel, Chief Parliamentary, Interpretation Of Legislation Act 1984 (1st ed, 2015) Counsel, Chief Parliamentary, Interpretation Of Legislation Act 1984 (1st ed, 2015) Storage Of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014 (1st ed, 2014) Counsel, Chief Parliamentary, Interpretation Of Legislation Act 1984 (1st ed, 2015) Storage Of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014 (1st ed, 2014) Di Batale v Realestate Agents AuthorityFederal Court of Australia (2010). The Realestate Agents Authority Act 1980 Xenophob v RSouth Australia Court of Appeal (1995). The Pokies Act 1982. Xenophob v RSouth Australia Court of Appeal (1995).

Storage of Pharmaceuticals Act.

Question: Discuss about the Storage of Pharmaceuticals Act. Answer: The storage of pharmaceuticals Act of 2014 states about the protection of public against the regulation of any possession or in the storage of any pharmaceuticals drugs. It also states describes penalties for unsafe any harmful and careless type of practice associated with these materials[1]. In this case, it is stated that Michael Turnball had a pharmacy in a place called Toorak and not only this he was also the owner of a pond which consisted of many beautiful tropical fishes. So to protect those fishes and treating them against fungal infections he brought a bulk amount of curpazine which was sold online. As Michael was a pharmacist he had knowledge about the chemical, so he also bought some blue colored food and mixed it with the curpazine powder to serve the fishes. When the police investigated his garage they found blue colored curpazine powder which was stored in a shoe box. But Michael believes that the storage of pharmaceuticals act is not applicable to him as he was a pharmacist himself so the act cannot prohibit him in doing so. As in the act, it is mentioned that any person who is a registered medical practitioner, dentist, vet or a healthy professional has the authorization to supply, sell any pharmaceutical can only have the possession of these kinds of chem icals. As this can be stated that his believe was also correct because in this act it is also stated that the pharmacist has the power to restrict substances or the prescribed drugs in order of lawful practice included in his or her profession. So as per the theory of this act, it can be stated that believe of Michael is true because he had no intention of using it wrongly rather he used it for good faith. Moreover, he was also a Pharmacist himself and the act doesnt restrict any of the license holders to have the possession of any kinds of drugs to use it lawfully. It is also clearly mentioned in the act that the possession or storing of any drugs or any pharmaceuticals can result in penalties in case it is found that it is used for unsafe, dangerous or any careless practice. The act also states that the commencement of it should be only applicable to relevant provisions within the jurisdiction[2]. In accordance with this provision the power of the police officer can be stated that according to section 6 in which the police can conduct a search in the premises of any person who believes to be have stored any pharmaceutical substance in his or her premises in order to violate any of the act under this provision. If is conducted can be stated that if any illegal material is found relating to inhale or any intoxicating inhalant substances the police can seize those properties in possession. Even the police can detain or apprehend that accused person if it is in believe of the police that there is the possession of the pharmacist substances, or rather it was stored on his or her premises. As stated in the problem it is seen that Michael's friend Dutto was very much interested in literacy matters and got excited while they were having a discussion about literacy after drinking champagne. As Michael was pharmacist, he had the knowledge about how to treat a patient who is suffering from breathing problem. Thus to save his friend Dutto's life he treated him by injecting epinephrine which is an adrenaline used for emergency treatment purposes in allergic matters. Then after that, he also dialed 000 for the instance which the police and the ambulance arrived. Ambulance took Dutto away for treatment, but the police had a conversation with Michael and also investigated his house and recovered colored curpazin powder in the shoe box. After the recovery police had insisted Michael to come with them to police headquarters but he refused and was charged with the breaches of this act[3]. It is considered that Michael was charged under this act and he was arrested for the breach of this act. Then he was placed for prohibition of Storage of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014 as it is mentioned in the act that no one is allowed to keep the possession of any pharmaceuticals or any other drugs or any other such medicines without any proper cause, then he or she will be penalized under this act and here police has caught Michael red handed with colored curpazin powder which is an illegal act[4]. But from Michaels point of view he also argued on law points stating that he was a pharmacist and this law doesn't prohibit pharmacist for the possession of any such kind of drugs. Moreover according to the Interpretation Of Legislation Act 1984he also argued that he was also an owner of a pond which consisted of beautiful tropical fishes and to treat them from the infection he bought curpazin powder and mixed it with some blue food color material so he cannot be held liable for this regards. And when his friend was suffering from breathing problem he used epinephrine for injecting his friend and also used adrenaline to treat him against allergies. So here the act was done in good faith as to protect the life of his friend, so it can be stated that he had to face an emergency situation for which he had to use those drugs. Lastly, the most important defense in his favor is he was a pharmacist who had the license of keeping drugs in possession and to use it legally and good faith as he did in this method. Michael informed the police as well as the ambulance by dialing 000 that his friend Paul Dutton son also known as Dutto and was suffering from allergy and needed to be rushed to a hospital immediately. He was also interested in literacy rate had a discussion with him regarding literacy and meanwhile started suffering from breathing problem and his throat started swelling. Suddenly his friend's health started deteriorating, and the situation was quite serious, so to save his friend's life he injected him with epinephrine and also gave him adrenaline which fights against allergies. As soon as the ambulance and police arrived they started taking action, the ambulance took Dutto to observe him, and the police started the discussion with Michael and also investigated his house. Later the police were able to recover colored curpazine powder from his garage, and they asked him to follow with them to the police station and even insisted him. The police also explained to him that it was the b reech of Storage of Pharmaceutical Act 2014. But from Michaels point view, there can be an argument that is no breach of this act as according to this act pharmacists are allowed to keep possession of drugs. According to the law it is stated that:- A person cannot use set lay put or knowingly place be a part of the setting, putting laying or placing a pharmaceutical or regulate in or upon on any land whatsoever; It is also stated that any person who is legally having possession of pharmaceuticals such as Ketamine according to this section are not allowed to use it except on the purpose to tranquilizing horses situated outside or on land it may be outside township of Metropolitan Melbourne[5]. So taking into consideration of all the pros and corns of the matter we can state that while the matter will be held in the court. The court decision that will be in the favor Michael is that though he was a pharmacist, he has no right to use the drugs such as epinephrine and adrenaline on his friend. But the merit that lies in this situation that his friend was suffering from breathing trouble which resulted into swelling of his throat. His situation was also quite serious so he has used that medicine to save his friend's life which was done in good faith so he cannot be alleged in this regard and the curpazin powder which he used was for protecting his tropical fishes in his pond. Moreover, according to the Michael, the court will also focus stating that the police has violated his rights by forcing him to come to police head quarters which was not proper because he has not committed any crime. As he was a pharmacist he had knowledge about chemical and thus he treated his friend to save his life. Bob Shouten had a pharmacy shop in Marijbyrong. Suddenly on a Sunday afternoon a constable named Tatiana Bliberjek arrived in his shop and asked for medicine in regard that his cow was suffering from back stabbing. But her identification was not disclosed by her to the pharmacist. Thus, the pharmacist prescribed morphine in bulk for her cow. Later the constable disclosed her identification to the pharmacist and seized a sample of morphine and placed it in the laboratory for its analysation of those medicines. But Bob stated that he gather those medicines for one of his friend who was a vet. In the analysation, it was found that the morphine's contained a ketamine. As a result, the police officer destroyed all his morphine and all horse medicines[6]. According to Storage of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014, it can be stated that a person who has the legal possession of any pharmaceutical containing such as ketamine are not allowed to use those medicines except the purpose of tranquilizing horses and too situated out of the township or out of the Metropolitan Melbourne. The maximum penalty which can be charged is five penalty units. Provision of this act also states that any person who visits the house to house to sell intoxicating inhale substances or sell in the public place or Public Street for supplies of pharmaceuticals is charged as an offense liable to the penalty of 500 penalty units. There are also certain provisions for selling these kinds of pharmaceuticals, as stated in the act a person is not allowed to sell or store any of such pharmaceuticals in the container which is not complied with the act such as: A drug which is used to treat any amphibian, bird, reptile, mammals or invertebrate; A medicinal drug which is used humans internal purposes; A pharmaceutical for the humans internal use; There are also many other such substances which include for the purpose of designing for the use of external human use such as lotion, powder, ointment, salve or other such material as drinks, foods, condiment, etc. The act also deals that the central store which is at the in the institution must always maintain a record of solving, selling, purchasing related to the drug and the penalty that counts is 40 penalty units. The person who deals with highly abused pharmaceuticals in one or more packets to be keeping a transaction of it. So according to this case study, we can state that Bob is liable for the fault of selling pharmaceuticals such as morphine and other horse medicines in the open market which is against the act. Though he is a pharmacist, it can be stated that he can use those medicines as a stock to supply to those people who has the power to use them. But instead of doing so he was selling those medicines to the unknown persons. Not only was this he caught red-handed by a police constable. Later when that morphine was tested in the laboratory, it was found that the medicines contained ketamine which is also prohibited by this act. So Bob can be proved guilty in this case as the evidence is against him. Later it was also seen that the constable all his item in record and made a list of morphine or other such drugs which was present in his list and also seized a sample of morphine as an evidence and later when he returned with the troop and other police officers came and destroyed the morphine's and o ther horse medicines of the store and he was also charged for that. Thus, now the liability is totally on Bob to prove that he kept the stock of those drugs for his vet friend in the town for treating the animals. So there must be a positive defense for Bob to prove him innocent[7]. According to this problem, we can state that Bob can be charged under this act because in the act the provision states that selling any drug such as morphine or any other horse medicine, etc. is illegal. This is also regarded as a criminal offense as per under sections 9 (1) because it states that it is liable to the penalty which must not exceed (5) unit penalty. The following requirements must be there to apprehend or detent it as a criminal offense: That he or she wasn't adding or abetting the other person to inhale or inhaled any substances which are intoxicated; He or she had recently promoted and aided the other person to inhale or inhalant of any intoxicating substances. As per this case law, it is stated that a constable named Tatiana Bliberjek came to Bob's pharmacy shop and asked for medicines which can treat her cow who was suffering from the injury. Bob recommended her morphine which was a good drug to treat the injured animals. But it was totally illegal to sale those medicines in the market without any prior permission. But the storage of drug was not illegal as he was pharmacist himself. Later constable accompanied by some other police officers came and destroyed those drugs that were stored in his stores. As according to the provision of this act we can state that if any person keeps the storage of pharmaceuticals, regulated drug, or any medicine or medicinal device contradictory to this act, then he or she will be liable to the maximum of five penalty units. It also states that if any person sells any packed drug or pharmaceuticals without any proper prescription by the doctor, and also there must be a production of the birth certificate of the person who buys it[8]. But as Bob had no intention of selling those medicines for illegal reasons, there must be a proper cause for his defense. In relating to the provisions of this act, we can state that any person is a pharmacist has the power to keep in store certain kind of pharmaceuticals or any drug but certain are prohibited from selling. Thus, according to section 5, we can state that any person who shall not lay place or put be a part of the setting knowledgeable then laying, placing or putting any pharmaceuticals drugs upon the land or in the land what so ever is applicable. It also provides us with the information that the person who is having pharmacist license can keep in possession of drugs under the legal theory. The defenses that he can take in his favor to save him from the eyes of law are as follows: Bob was a pharmacist himself who was a pharmacist from Maribyrnong and had a shop of drugs. But he was caught by a lady constable for selling banned drugs such as morphine. But the according to section 4 of the act it does not stop him from doing so as the pharmacist can keep possession of drugs, being a license holder. In the second point we can state that he was not selling the drugs rather, the constable implicated a false story that her cow was injured badly and needs quick treatment. He can also be defended according to the provision that he kept those morphine and other drugs for his friend who was a vet and used to treat the horses. But presently the vet was not handling the horses, so the medicines were kept in store with him. Lastly, it can be stated that he was not selling the morphine or other horse medicines on the street or from house to house or rather not inviting the public to buy it. And it does not violate section 14 of the act[9]. Dl Battle v Real Estate Agents Authority (2010) Federal Court of Australia According to this case it is stated by Hanson-Old J that according Real-estate Agents Authority Act 1980 the Plaintiff was to submit the list of properties he managed from the realtor but he failed and was dismissed from the his position. But he stated that he provided all records listed in the back of his childrens nanny and he passed it to all that he was able to mange[10]. But according the problem it can be stated by the judge that there was a breach of contract made by the employee as he was supposes to produce the record in a proper manner. As it was provided by the plaintiff in the back of the photograph it doesnt clearly states that it is a record book. Thus his claims fail[11]. Xenophob v R 1995 (av., [2015]) South Australian Court of Appeal In this case Cosgrove Bryce JJ stated that according to the Pokies Act 1982 selling of Pokie machines is a crime and it is strictly prohibited. The Act also state that sale is prohibited under section 47 of the act. But in this matter there was an argument made the pokie machine was not sold in return of cash but rather exchanged. But the judge stated that though it was not sold in return of money but exchanged so he stated that it was a loophole regarding the crime. According to his view it can also be stated that if he considers it then others will also follow the same procedure thus it is a crime[12]. According to Jeffery J (dissenting) there was viewpoint given that sale of pokie machines according to section 47 is a crime. But here the machine was not sold rather exchanged in form of the barter system. Thus there is no contradictory provisions of law which can be stated here. As the transaction of money was not an issue in this matter so the judge acquitted the appellant[13]. Thus if both the decision of the judge is taken into consideration then it can be seen that the decision by Cosgrove Bryce JJ is more suitable because there is no scope of others to exchange or rather deal with Pokie machines which is considered as a crime[14]. Reference list: Counsel, Chief Parliamentary,Interpretation Of Legislation Act 1984(1st ed, 2015) Di Batale v Realestate Agents AuthorityFederal Court of Australia (2010) Storage Of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014(1st ed, 2014) The Pokies Act 1982. The Realestate Agents Authority Act 1980 Xenophob v RSouth Australia Court of Appeal (1995) Storage Of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014 (1st ed, 2014) Storage Of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014 (1st ed, 2014) Storage Of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014 (1st ed, 2014) Storage Of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014 (1st ed, 2014) Counsel, Chief Parliamentary, Interpretation Of Legislation Act 1984 (1st ed, 2015) Counsel, Chief Parliamentary, Interpretation Of Legislation Act 1984 (1st ed, 2015) Storage Of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014 (1st ed, 2014) Counsel, Chief Parliamentary, Interpretation Of Legislation Act 1984 (1st ed, 2015) Storage Of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014 (1st ed, 2014) Di Batale v Realestate Agents AuthorityFederal Court of Australia (2010). The Realestate Agents Authority Act 1980 Xenophob v RSouth Australia Court of Appeal (1995). The Pokies Act 1982. Xenophob v RSouth Australia Court of Appeal (1995).

Storage of Pharmaceuticals Act.

Question: Discuss about the Storage of Pharmaceuticals Act. Answer: The storage of pharmaceuticals Act of 2014 states about the protection of public against the regulation of any possession or in the storage of any pharmaceuticals drugs. It also states describes penalties for unsafe any harmful and careless type of practice associated with these materials[1]. In this case, it is stated that Michael Turnball had a pharmacy in a place called Toorak and not only this he was also the owner of a pond which consisted of many beautiful tropical fishes. So to protect those fishes and treating them against fungal infections he brought a bulk amount of curpazine which was sold online. As Michael was a pharmacist he had knowledge about the chemical, so he also bought some blue colored food and mixed it with the curpazine powder to serve the fishes. When the police investigated his garage they found blue colored curpazine powder which was stored in a shoe box. But Michael believes that the storage of pharmaceuticals act is not applicable to him as he was a pharmacist himself so the act cannot prohibit him in doing so. As in the act, it is mentioned that any person who is a registered medical practitioner, dentist, vet or a healthy professional has the authorization to supply, sell any pharmaceutical can only have the possession of these kinds of chem icals. As this can be stated that his believe was also correct because in this act it is also stated that the pharmacist has the power to restrict substances or the prescribed drugs in order of lawful practice included in his or her profession. So as per the theory of this act, it can be stated that believe of Michael is true because he had no intention of using it wrongly rather he used it for good faith. Moreover, he was also a Pharmacist himself and the act doesnt restrict any of the license holders to have the possession of any kinds of drugs to use it lawfully. It is also clearly mentioned in the act that the possession or storing of any drugs or any pharmaceuticals can result in penalties in case it is found that it is used for unsafe, dangerous or any careless practice. The act also states that the commencement of it should be only applicable to relevant provisions within the jurisdiction[2]. In accordance with this provision the power of the police officer can be stated that according to section 6 in which the police can conduct a search in the premises of any person who believes to be have stored any pharmaceutical substance in his or her premises in order to violate any of the act under this provision. If is conducted can be stated that if any illegal material is found relating to inhale or any intoxicating inhalant substances the police can seize those properties in possession. Even the police can detain or apprehend that accused person if it is in believe of the police that there is the possession of the pharmacist substances, or rather it was stored on his or her premises. As stated in the problem it is seen that Michael's friend Dutto was very much interested in literacy matters and got excited while they were having a discussion about literacy after drinking champagne. As Michael was pharmacist, he had the knowledge about how to treat a patient who is suffering from breathing problem. Thus to save his friend Dutto's life he treated him by injecting epinephrine which is an adrenaline used for emergency treatment purposes in allergic matters. Then after that, he also dialed 000 for the instance which the police and the ambulance arrived. Ambulance took Dutto away for treatment, but the police had a conversation with Michael and also investigated his house and recovered colored curpazin powder in the shoe box. After the recovery police had insisted Michael to come with them to police headquarters but he refused and was charged with the breaches of this act[3]. It is considered that Michael was charged under this act and he was arrested for the breach of this act. Then he was placed for prohibition of Storage of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014 as it is mentioned in the act that no one is allowed to keep the possession of any pharmaceuticals or any other drugs or any other such medicines without any proper cause, then he or she will be penalized under this act and here police has caught Michael red handed with colored curpazin powder which is an illegal act[4]. But from Michaels point of view he also argued on law points stating that he was a pharmacist and this law doesn't prohibit pharmacist for the possession of any such kind of drugs. Moreover according to the Interpretation Of Legislation Act 1984he also argued that he was also an owner of a pond which consisted of beautiful tropical fishes and to treat them from the infection he bought curpazin powder and mixed it with some blue food color material so he cannot be held liable for this regards. And when his friend was suffering from breathing problem he used epinephrine for injecting his friend and also used adrenaline to treat him against allergies. So here the act was done in good faith as to protect the life of his friend, so it can be stated that he had to face an emergency situation for which he had to use those drugs. Lastly, the most important defense in his favor is he was a pharmacist who had the license of keeping drugs in possession and to use it legally and good faith as he did in this method. Michael informed the police as well as the ambulance by dialing 000 that his friend Paul Dutton son also known as Dutto and was suffering from allergy and needed to be rushed to a hospital immediately. He was also interested in literacy rate had a discussion with him regarding literacy and meanwhile started suffering from breathing problem and his throat started swelling. Suddenly his friend's health started deteriorating, and the situation was quite serious, so to save his friend's life he injected him with epinephrine and also gave him adrenaline which fights against allergies. As soon as the ambulance and police arrived they started taking action, the ambulance took Dutto to observe him, and the police started the discussion with Michael and also investigated his house. Later the police were able to recover colored curpazine powder from his garage, and they asked him to follow with them to the police station and even insisted him. The police also explained to him that it was the b reech of Storage of Pharmaceutical Act 2014. But from Michaels point view, there can be an argument that is no breach of this act as according to this act pharmacists are allowed to keep possession of drugs. According to the law it is stated that:- A person cannot use set lay put or knowingly place be a part of the setting, putting laying or placing a pharmaceutical or regulate in or upon on any land whatsoever; It is also stated that any person who is legally having possession of pharmaceuticals such as Ketamine according to this section are not allowed to use it except on the purpose to tranquilizing horses situated outside or on land it may be outside township of Metropolitan Melbourne[5]. So taking into consideration of all the pros and corns of the matter we can state that while the matter will be held in the court. The court decision that will be in the favor Michael is that though he was a pharmacist, he has no right to use the drugs such as epinephrine and adrenaline on his friend. But the merit that lies in this situation that his friend was suffering from breathing trouble which resulted into swelling of his throat. His situation was also quite serious so he has used that medicine to save his friend's life which was done in good faith so he cannot be alleged in this regard and the curpazin powder which he used was for protecting his tropical fishes in his pond. Moreover, according to the Michael, the court will also focus stating that the police has violated his rights by forcing him to come to police head quarters which was not proper because he has not committed any crime. As he was a pharmacist he had knowledge about chemical and thus he treated his friend to save his life. Bob Shouten had a pharmacy shop in Marijbyrong. Suddenly on a Sunday afternoon a constable named Tatiana Bliberjek arrived in his shop and asked for medicine in regard that his cow was suffering from back stabbing. But her identification was not disclosed by her to the pharmacist. Thus, the pharmacist prescribed morphine in bulk for her cow. Later the constable disclosed her identification to the pharmacist and seized a sample of morphine and placed it in the laboratory for its analysation of those medicines. But Bob stated that he gather those medicines for one of his friend who was a vet. In the analysation, it was found that the morphine's contained a ketamine. As a result, the police officer destroyed all his morphine and all horse medicines[6]. According to Storage of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014, it can be stated that a person who has the legal possession of any pharmaceutical containing such as ketamine are not allowed to use those medicines except the purpose of tranquilizing horses and too situated out of the township or out of the Metropolitan Melbourne. The maximum penalty which can be charged is five penalty units. Provision of this act also states that any person who visits the house to house to sell intoxicating inhale substances or sell in the public place or Public Street for supplies of pharmaceuticals is charged as an offense liable to the penalty of 500 penalty units. There are also certain provisions for selling these kinds of pharmaceuticals, as stated in the act a person is not allowed to sell or store any of such pharmaceuticals in the container which is not complied with the act such as: A drug which is used to treat any amphibian, bird, reptile, mammals or invertebrate; A medicinal drug which is used humans internal purposes; A pharmaceutical for the humans internal use; There are also many other such substances which include for the purpose of designing for the use of external human use such as lotion, powder, ointment, salve or other such material as drinks, foods, condiment, etc. The act also deals that the central store which is at the in the institution must always maintain a record of solving, selling, purchasing related to the drug and the penalty that counts is 40 penalty units. The person who deals with highly abused pharmaceuticals in one or more packets to be keeping a transaction of it. So according to this case study, we can state that Bob is liable for the fault of selling pharmaceuticals such as morphine and other horse medicines in the open market which is against the act. Though he is a pharmacist, it can be stated that he can use those medicines as a stock to supply to those people who has the power to use them. But instead of doing so he was selling those medicines to the unknown persons. Not only was this he caught red-handed by a police constable. Later when that morphine was tested in the laboratory, it was found that the medicines contained ketamine which is also prohibited by this act. So Bob can be proved guilty in this case as the evidence is against him. Later it was also seen that the constable all his item in record and made a list of morphine or other such drugs which was present in his list and also seized a sample of morphine as an evidence and later when he returned with the troop and other police officers came and destroyed the morphine's and o ther horse medicines of the store and he was also charged for that. Thus, now the liability is totally on Bob to prove that he kept the stock of those drugs for his vet friend in the town for treating the animals. So there must be a positive defense for Bob to prove him innocent[7]. According to this problem, we can state that Bob can be charged under this act because in the act the provision states that selling any drug such as morphine or any other horse medicine, etc. is illegal. This is also regarded as a criminal offense as per under sections 9 (1) because it states that it is liable to the penalty which must not exceed (5) unit penalty. The following requirements must be there to apprehend or detent it as a criminal offense: That he or she wasn't adding or abetting the other person to inhale or inhaled any substances which are intoxicated; He or she had recently promoted and aided the other person to inhale or inhalant of any intoxicating substances. As per this case law, it is stated that a constable named Tatiana Bliberjek came to Bob's pharmacy shop and asked for medicines which can treat her cow who was suffering from the injury. Bob recommended her morphine which was a good drug to treat the injured animals. But it was totally illegal to sale those medicines in the market without any prior permission. But the storage of drug was not illegal as he was pharmacist himself. Later constable accompanied by some other police officers came and destroyed those drugs that were stored in his stores. As according to the provision of this act we can state that if any person keeps the storage of pharmaceuticals, regulated drug, or any medicine or medicinal device contradictory to this act, then he or she will be liable to the maximum of five penalty units. It also states that if any person sells any packed drug or pharmaceuticals without any proper prescription by the doctor, and also there must be a production of the birth certificate of the person who buys it[8]. But as Bob had no intention of selling those medicines for illegal reasons, there must be a proper cause for his defense. In relating to the provisions of this act, we can state that any person is a pharmacist has the power to keep in store certain kind of pharmaceuticals or any drug but certain are prohibited from selling. Thus, according to section 5, we can state that any person who shall not lay place or put be a part of the setting knowledgeable then laying, placing or putting any pharmaceuticals drugs upon the land or in the land what so ever is applicable. It also provides us with the information that the person who is having pharmacist license can keep in possession of drugs under the legal theory. The defenses that he can take in his favor to save him from the eyes of law are as follows: Bob was a pharmacist himself who was a pharmacist from Maribyrnong and had a shop of drugs. But he was caught by a lady constable for selling banned drugs such as morphine. But the according to section 4 of the act it does not stop him from doing so as the pharmacist can keep possession of drugs, being a license holder. In the second point we can state that he was not selling the drugs rather, the constable implicated a false story that her cow was injured badly and needs quick treatment. He can also be defended according to the provision that he kept those morphine and other drugs for his friend who was a vet and used to treat the horses. But presently the vet was not handling the horses, so the medicines were kept in store with him. Lastly, it can be stated that he was not selling the morphine or other horse medicines on the street or from house to house or rather not inviting the public to buy it. And it does not violate section 14 of the act[9]. Dl Battle v Real Estate Agents Authority (2010) Federal Court of Australia According to this case it is stated by Hanson-Old J that according Real-estate Agents Authority Act 1980 the Plaintiff was to submit the list of properties he managed from the realtor but he failed and was dismissed from the his position. But he stated that he provided all records listed in the back of his childrens nanny and he passed it to all that he was able to mange[10]. But according the problem it can be stated by the judge that there was a breach of contract made by the employee as he was supposes to produce the record in a proper manner. As it was provided by the plaintiff in the back of the photograph it doesnt clearly states that it is a record book. Thus his claims fail[11]. Xenophob v R 1995 (av., [2015]) South Australian Court of Appeal In this case Cosgrove Bryce JJ stated that according to the Pokies Act 1982 selling of Pokie machines is a crime and it is strictly prohibited. The Act also state that sale is prohibited under section 47 of the act. But in this matter there was an argument made the pokie machine was not sold in return of cash but rather exchanged. But the judge stated that though it was not sold in return of money but exchanged so he stated that it was a loophole regarding the crime. According to his view it can also be stated that if he considers it then others will also follow the same procedure thus it is a crime[12]. According to Jeffery J (dissenting) there was viewpoint given that sale of pokie machines according to section 47 is a crime. But here the machine was not sold rather exchanged in form of the barter system. Thus there is no contradictory provisions of law which can be stated here. As the transaction of money was not an issue in this matter so the judge acquitted the appellant[13]. Thus if both the decision of the judge is taken into consideration then it can be seen that the decision by Cosgrove Bryce JJ is more suitable because there is no scope of others to exchange or rather deal with Pokie machines which is considered as a crime[14]. Reference list: Counsel, Chief Parliamentary,Interpretation Of Legislation Act 1984(1st ed, 2015) Di Batale v Realestate Agents AuthorityFederal Court of Australia (2010) Storage Of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014(1st ed, 2014) The Pokies Act 1982. The Realestate Agents Authority Act 1980 Xenophob v RSouth Australia Court of Appeal (1995) Storage Of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014 (1st ed, 2014) Storage Of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014 (1st ed, 2014) Storage Of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014 (1st ed, 2014) Storage Of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014 (1st ed, 2014) Counsel, Chief Parliamentary, Interpretation Of Legislation Act 1984 (1st ed, 2015) Counsel, Chief Parliamentary, Interpretation Of Legislation Act 1984 (1st ed, 2015) Storage Of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014 (1st ed, 2014) Counsel, Chief Parliamentary, Interpretation Of Legislation Act 1984 (1st ed, 2015) Storage Of Pharmaceuticals Act 2014 (1st ed, 2014) Di Batale v Realestate Agents AuthorityFederal Court of Australia (2010). The Realestate Agents Authority Act 1980 Xenophob v RSouth Australia Court of Appeal (1995). The Pokies Act 1982. Xenophob v RSouth Australia Court of Appeal (1995).

Sunday, April 19, 2020

What impact did Malcolm X and the Nation of Islam have on the civil rights movement Example For Students

What impact did Malcolm X and the Nation of Islam have on the civil rights movement What impact did Malcolm X and the Nation of Islam have on the civil rights movement in the United States of America in the period between 1960 and 1965? In the United States of America (USA), in the period 1960 to 1965, the Nation of Islam and Malcolm X had a strong impact on the civil rights movement. Through the bold teachings of Elijah Muhammad and Malcolm X, African-Americans gained a greater awareness of the horrific atrocities committed against them by Caucasians throughout the history of the USA and specifically during the civil rights campaign, and this impacted on the civil rights movement as issues such as racial violence and inequality were exposed by the teachings of the Nation of Islam. The Nation of Islam empowered many African-Americans to stand up for their human rights, whilst Malcolm X provided a strong example to African-Americans of someone who was willing to stand up for the fundamental rights of the race which positively impacted on the civil rights movement. We will write a custom essay on What impact did Malcolm X and the Nation of Islam have on the civil rights movement specifically for you for only $16.38 $13.9/page Order now The Nation of Islam offered an extreme alternative to the non-violent approach of Martin Luther King Junior and other civil rights groups and made the demands for equality of King far more acceptable to Caucasians, despite the fact that the sense of militancy that accompanied Malcolm X and the Nation of Islam gave the African-American people greater voice, strength and unity within the community, the extreme views of the Nation of Islam negatively impacted upon the civil rights movement in the period 1960 to 1965, as their beliefs conflicted with other civil rights groups and leaders which made progress and unity harder to achieve within African-American society. Thus, the imposing presence of Malcolm X and the Nation of Islam in the USA between 1960 and 1965, had a strong impact on the civil rights movement despite the positive and negative responses that were elicited. The teachings of the Nation of Islam and Malcolm X impacted on the civil rights movement as they exposed and created a greater awareness of the atrocities committed against African-Americans throughout their history. Black Muslims believe that the white man is the devil 1 and that Caucasians over time had robbed, raped, beaten and destroyed the Black man 2. This philosophy strongly appealed to many African-Americans, as not only did it reveal the crimes that had been committed by Caucasians but it also put forward the idea that African-Americans are superior to Caucasians. The Nation of Islams teachings were often accepted by those in the most vulnerable and exploited position within society as they found the teachings and philosophies of Elijah Muhammad and Malcolm X relevant and real to their experiences. This applied to a young Malcolm X who in his autobiography stated, when I thought back I could not remember a single good thing a white person had ever done to me 3. Atrocities committed against African-Americans by Caucasians include the horrific lynchings that occurred across the USA, with approximately 3,445 African-American lynshings between 1882 and 1968. The severity, callousness and racism of the lynchings illustrates the atrocities that the Nation of Islam exposed in its teachings, typically, the victims were hung or burned to death by mobs of White vigilantes, frequently in front of thousands of spectators, many of whom would take pieces of the dead persons body as souvenirs to help remember the spectacular event 4. 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The teachings of Elijah Muhammad and the Nation of Islam are that the African-American race is superior to the Caucasian race, and that the Black Man will endure forever, for he is born in righteousness 5. This philosophy sanctioned greater strength within the African-American community before and during the civil rights campaign and thus positively impacted upon the civil rights movement as African-Americans were encouraged to strive for the greatness and supremacy that African-Americans had been deprived of, according to the Nation of Islam. The Nation of Islam also used African history to unite and empower African-Americans who had limited knowledge of any racial history, as Malcolm X stated, one of the things that made the Black Muslim movement grow was its emphasis upon things African. African blood, African origin, African culture, African ties. And youd be surprised we discovered that deep within the subconscious of the black man in this country, he is still more African than he is American. 6 The united African-American front of the Nation of Islam is illustrated in the establishment of This outspoken and strong leadership of Malcolm X, similarly impacted upon the civil rights movement as African-Americans began to follow the example Malcolm X set as demonstrated through the testimony of a militant following Malcolm Xs death, What made Malcolm X a great man, is that he had the guts to say what nine-tenths of American Negroes would like to say but dont have the guts to say. 7 Malcolm X attracted many African-Americans to the Nation of Islam through promoting a religion that was perceived to stand up for African-Americans against Caucasians, I believe in a religion that believes in freedom. Any time I have to accept a religion that wont let me fight a battle for my people, I say to hell with that religion 8. This uncompromising strength and ambition that Malcolm X conveyed empowered African-Americans and thus, there was a greater African-American voice within the USA in the period of 1960-1965. The growing presence of the Nation of Islam with its extreme and often perceived offensive views of its members in the USA between 1960 and 1965, allowed the work of King and organisations wanting integration, to receive wider acceptance as an alternative to the black power and black nationalism that the Nation of Islam offered. NAACP, SCLC. Similarly, many pitted Malcolm X against King and the preferred alternative for African-Americans and obviously Caucasians was King. Malcolm X realised that the seemingly severe and radical Black Muslims made King far more acceptable to Caucasians, At one time the whites in the United States called him a racialist, and extremist, and a Communist. Then the Black Muslims came along and the whites thanked the Lord for Martin Luther King 9. The intense and racist views of the Nation of Islam and Malcolm X impacted on the civil rights movement as it often made the non-violent equalitarian views of King and other civil rights groups more acceptable to Caucasians and many African-Americans in the USA between 1960 and 1965. The extreme view of Caucasians taken by Malcolm X and the Nation of Islam, negatively impacted on the civil rights movement, as it distanced the relationship between the two races. As the Nation of Islam viewed Caucasians with such detestation and anger, the ability of Muslim leaders such as Malcolm X to impact upon the civil rights movement through cooperation with other civil rights leaders, either African-American or Caucasian, was limited until 1964 when he was able to form and organisation that encouraged cooperation between civil rights leaders (the Organisation of Afro-American Unity). Before Malcolm X split from the Nation of Islam he refused to work alongside anyone who did not follow the extreme views that Elijah Muhammad taught him, It could also be argued that the attacks from the Nation of Islam and Malcolm X on others involved in the civil rights movement also negatively impacted the movement, as illustrated through Malcolm Xs verbal attacks on King, He (King) got the p eace prize, we got the problem. If Im following a general, and hes leading me into a battle, and the enemy tends to give him rewards, or awards, I get suspicious of him. 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As the philosophies of the Nation of Islam contradicted many of the objectives of other civil rights groups and leaders, it impacted negatively on the civil rights movement between 1960 and 1965 through their inability to co-operate with other groups and leaders. The increasing presence of the Nation of Islam within the US community in the period 1960 to 1965, signified strength and unity amongst African-Americans and the strong, militant philosophies demonstrated by Malcolm X in this period gave African-Americans a voice within the community that impacted on the civil rights movement. Malcolm X pushed black unity which gave African-Americans unity that it had not seen before in the USA, All of us are black first, and everything else second 11. The strong, purposeful philosophies of Malcolm X who was renowned for his famous by any means necessary statement, gave African-Americans a militant figure who was prepared to physically fight Caucasians. This appealed to many African-Americans who wanted to counteract Caucasian violence with violence. Malcolm Xs consistent threat to the Caucasian community also impacted on the civil rights campaign as Caucasians felt threatened by the Nation of Islam and Malcolm X. The creation of the militant African-American, Black Panther Party, in the wake of the assassination of black leader Malcolm X 12, in 1966, illustrates the impact of Malcolm Xs militant that inspired the creation of this group that Federal Bureau of Investigation chief J. Edgar Hoover described as, the greatest threat to the internal security of the United States. Conclusion ; 1 What is Islam? What is a Muslim?, http://www.muhammadspeaks.com/about.html 2 ibid. 3 A. Haley, The Autobiography of Malcolm X, Penguin, 4 R.W. Logan, The betrayal of the Negro: From Rutherford B. Hayes to Woodrow Wilson, New York, Macmillan, P.239. 5 The Nation of Islam, http://www.noi.org.html 6 The Official Website of Malcolm X, www.cmgww.com/historic/malcolm/quotations.html 7 ibid. 8 ibid. 9 ibid. 10 The Official Website of Malcolm X, www.cmgww.com/historic/malcolm/quotations.html 11 Malcolm X,Gods angry men, WO, 31 May 1958 (FBI files 105-8999-788) 12 The Black Panther, http://www.blackpanther.org/TenPoint.htm 13 ibid. Modern History 12 Individual Essay Cullen Bailey