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John Pace

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Spirit-Filled Business with with Dr. John Pace

The Grace Revolution with Vernel Samuel

This week on The Grace Revolution, meet Dr. John Pace, a Spirit-inspired communicator who is also a franchise business consultant & ministry leader.  On this interview you will learn about... - How to get your gifts and genius into the marketplace. - How to peak the interest of secular audiences in order to share kingdom truths with them. - The grace to prosper. And more... To learn more about Dr John Pace, visit www.drjohnpace.com Join me for the KINGDOM ONLINE EVENT OF THE YEAR! Registration is officially open for the Wealth & Revival Conference, created to help believers like you increase your income and impact in the world today. Click the link to learn more and get your ticket! >> http://bit.ly/WealthAndRevival

34mins

20 Nov 2020

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Episode 34: Conversation - Dr. John Pace and the role of civil society in the fabric of human rights

The Next Page

In episode 34, Dr. John Pace, former Secretary to the Commission on Human Rights and Coordinator of the Vienna World Conference on Human Rights joins The Next Page to share his knowledge in the field of human rights, while introducing his recently published book, The United Nations Commission on Human Rights, A Very Great Enterprise.  With more than three decades of experience in humanitarian work, Dr. Pace takes us back in time, with a special focus on the council that began it all: The United Nations Commission on Human Rights. Starting from its inception and moving through its ongoing evolution, he takes us on a journey along the Commission’s rich history and its role in the multilateral protection of human rights.  He also emphasizes the role of civil society in the discussion and advancement of human rights and multilateral cooperation, and considers the critical questions: how does a topic as universal and intersectional as human rights translate into global cooperation? And why are universal human values important? In this conversation, Dr. Pace richly informs us on a subject that is integral and invaluable to us all.    About Dr. John Pace  To learn more about his new book: https://bit.ly/3mynCdPThe e-version may also be found on most online book stores. In the course of a career spanning over fifty years in the field of human rights, John Pace has been involved in a wide range of experiences in human rights and related institutional structures and procedures.  Since leaving regular UN service in 1999, he has held senior positions in the human rights/humanitarian field in Liberia, Iraq, Lebanon, Palestine and Nepal. In the same period, he has worked in various other countries such as Indonesia, Sudan, Cambodia and Vietnam. He has been involved in the establishment and management of most departments that currently make up the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, such as Special Procedures, Technical Cooperation, and External Relations and in later years, the formation, or re-structuring of teams and management units.  As a senior official, he played an important role in the design and restructuring of the Secretariat upon the creation of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR). He is currently Senior Visiting Fellow at the Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales, he also sits on the Board of the Diplomacy Training Programme. He is Adjunct at University of Sydney, School of Law. Dr. John Pace on the Future of Human Rights Forum: https://bit.ly/3kE6a6Z Dr. John Pace on civil society and the voyage of the great enterprise: https://bit.ly/31T79c8 Further Resources   Access the episode transcript here: https://bit.ly/35HUOsB The UN Geneva Library & Archives also has a Research Guide on human rights! Find out more here: https://libraryresources.unog.ch/hrtimeline Content Speakers: John Pace & Karen Lee Host & Editor/Producer: Karen Lee Images: John Pace / Karen Lee Social media designs and transcript: Karen Lee  Recorded & produced at the UN Geneva Library & Archives 

33mins

30 Oct 2020

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Juvenile Justice System: Stop Incriminating Young People Like Adults with Joanna Visser and John Pace

Collective Power Podcast

In this episode, we talk with two advocates for juveniles who have been working intensely to end youth sentenced to life without parole. They also support other youth to get out of the juvenile justice system, once and for all.  John Pace is the Juvenile Life Without Parole (“JLWOP”) Reentry Coordinator with the Youth Sentencing & Reentry Project. In this role he coordinates efforts to garner the necessary resources to support former juvenile lifers returning home. As a former juvenile lifer himself–John spent 31 years in prison, beginning at age 17–he was actively involved in numerous initiatives while incarcerated to help support his personal transition back to the community and that of other juvenile lifers. John is a certified paralegal and a former member of the Para Professional Law Clinic (PPLC) at Graterford prison. In 2014, he became a certified instructor in the Inside-Out Pedagogy, which teaches the art of facilitating dialogue. While incarcerated, John earned his Associates Degree and Bachelor’s Degree from Villanova University, with minors in sociology and criminal justice.  John Pace was named the first-ever recipient of the Raymond Pace Alexander Reentry Star of the Year Award in June 2018 in recognition of his tremendous accomplishments since returning home from prison.Contact:  jpace@ysrp.org; 267-703-8053Joanna Visser Adjoian, Esq. is co-founder and Co-Director of the Youth Sentencing & Reentry Project. At YSRP, she leads the reentry team for youth and Juvenile Lifers, does policy advocacy work, and works with her Co-Director and Director of Operations on fundraising, communications and other aspects of the organization’s operations.Prior to co-founding YSRP, Joanna served as Associate Director and Staff Attorney of the Toll Public Interest Center at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where she oversaw the Center’s 26 student pro bono projects, offered guidance to more than 100 student leaders, and directly supervised students in new and existing pro bono initiatives. Before joining the Toll Center, Joanna she advanced efforts to end the practice of sentencing children to life in prison without parole, including co-authoring an Amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in the landmark case of Miller v. Alabama. Joanna is a 2014 Echoing Green Fellow, a 2016 Claneil Emerging Leader Fellow, a 2016 recipient of the Penn Law Young Alumni Award, and a 2017 recipient of the Penn Law Alan Lerner Rising Star Award. She was honored to receive the 2018 Shepherd of Peace Award from Good Shepherd Mediation Program, the 2019 Haddon, McClellan, and Richardson Award from the Temple University Black Law Students Association, and the 2019 F. Sean Peretta Service Award from the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Young Lawyer Division. Along with Lauren Fine, she is the 2018 recipient of the American Constitution Society David Carliner Public Interest Award.  Joanna is a published author, including articles in The ChampSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/posts/35274155)

39mins

11 Aug 2020

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6 - 25 - 20 | John Pace

MS Baptists | Audio Podcast

6 - 25 - 20 | John Pace by MS Baptists

30mins

25 Jun 2020

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Securing The Bag With John Pace

Charlie Invents Everything

This is a little different to what I normally put out but this is part 1 of the John Pace Chronicles - yes, there is a "regular" invention focussed episode coming next week as part 2. However, this week is a look at the world of retail buying from one of the most charismatic to do it. JP and I sat down to discuss how he first got into fashion, shaping a store with the products that fill it, bringing Subtype to Melbourne and much more. This is a must listen episode for anyone dipping their toes into the world of fashion. Make sure to sure the show on social media, it's two taps and it makes a huge difference to the show! Socials:Twtich: www.twitch.tv/charlieplayeverythingIG @charlieinventseverythingEmail: charlieinventseverything@gmail.com

1hr 1min

15 Jun 2020

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Securing The Bag With John Pace

Charlie Invents Everything

This is a little different to what I normally put out but this is part 1 of the John Pace Chronicles - yes, there is a "regular" invention focussed episode coming next week as part 2. However, this week is a look at the world of retail buying from one of the most charismatic to do it. JP and I sat down to discuss how he first got into fashion, shaping a store with the products that fill it, bringing Subtype to Melbourne and much more. This is a must listen episode for anyone dipping their toes into the world of fashion.Make sure to sure the show on social media, it's two taps and it makes a huge difference to the show! Socials:Twtich: www.twitch.tv/charlieplayeverythingIG @charlieinventseverythingEmail: charlieinventseverything@gmail.com

1hr 1min

15 Jun 2020

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009 John Pace - Mindset auf dem steinigen Weg vom Manager zum NLP Trainer

DES PHOENIX ASCHE - Lernen aus Fehlern von erfolgreichen Persönlichkeiten

John erzählt uns was ihn dazu bewogen hat, nach der Hauptschule zum Manager aufzusteigen und nach seinem ""Fuck Up"" zum NLP Trainer zu werden. Außerdem erklärt er, was NLP ist und wie wir damit systematisch mit Fehlern umgehen können.

20mins

6 Dec 2019

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10 - 12 - 17 | John Pace

MS Baptists | Audio Podcast

10 - 12 - 17 | John Pace by MS Baptists

34mins

20 Oct 2017