After Four Years Building Bridges, Ambassador Daniel Traub Retires

In some ways, retiring Israeli Ambassador Daniel Taub’s professional life has mirrored his personal. While Daniel Taub may have been born in Britain in 1962, he had spent the previous 30 years living and raising his family in Israel before coming back to Britain as the Israeli ambassador four years ago.

Now, with a successful tour of duty ended, the beloved ambassador is stepping down for retirement.

No matter what role he plays in life, father, diplomat, statesman, Daniel Taub has always stood by his Orthodox Jewish beliefs. When he first came to the U.K he met Queen Elizabeth II wearing standard diplomat attire – and his kippah. Throughout his tenure, he worked hard to bring the two nations closer together, and in many ways, he was successful.

The Jewish community in the U.K is certainly sorry to see him go. At a farewell reception held this past week, many guests spoke highly of him and his service to both Israel and the U.K as well.

Regardless of the popular (or unpopular) views held of Israel by many in the U.K, he faithfully presented Israel’s side to the government, and spoke to the media to ensure a fair and balanced portrayal of what was happening overseas.

Daniel Taub had many good things to say about the Jewish community. During his tenure as ambassador to the Court of Saint James, Daniel Traub described the community as being very generous and open. He, in turn, tried to accept as many of those invitations as he could.

His words to the British media had an impact far beyond the shores of Britain. The British media outlets are broadcast globally, and so his words were telecast far and wide.

Now, after years of hard work, it is fair to say that the relationship between Britain and Israel is thriving. As ambassador, Daniel Taub saw his primary duty as one where he would express and explain the perspective and position of the Israeli leadership and the Israeli people.

Daniel Taub has also spent his time focusing on building bridges with communities within the U.K. The Labour Party, in particular, has a lot in common with the progressive views of Israel, as he has pointed out in previous interviews.

If the focus shifts onto the areas of commonality and beliefs in causes such as freedom of speech, women’s rights, and fair treatment of minorities, he believes there is room for cooperation.

Read more: Daniel Taub | Wikipedia and Daniel Taub – Crunchbase

Jose AuriemoNeto and his Excellent contributions to JHSF

Jose Auriemo; the chairman and executive officer of JHSF, is one of the most successful men who has improved real estate industry in Brazil. Jose Neto is very focused on the development of residential and commercial properties. Jose has excellent skills in leadership. On top of that, Jose is very innovative, and he encourages innovation within JHSF staffs. He is very talented in identifying investment opportunities, and he works positively in taking advantage of them.

Jose took over the presidency of JHSF from his father 20 years ago. This makes him understand real estate industry better than many investors. Jose takes charge of managing malls and commercial properties at JHSF, and he is delivering quality services and innovations in the company.

JHSF is the leader in real estate industry in Brazil in acquiring, development and management of shopping centers, luxury hotels, and other commercial properties. The company has developed high quality residential and commercial properties which are used for malls, shopping centers, hotels and even international airport business. JHSF has grown as a result of exploring new opportunities in the market and exploiting them.

With the help of Jose Auriemo, JHSF started administering shopping centers, Catarina Integrated Urban Development, and big hotels. Venturing in recurring revenue businesses has led to considerable improvement in the company’s revenue. The company focuses on projects that are sustainable to reduce the cost and minimise the effect on the environment.

JHSF has also built commercial building all over Brazil. With new technology and innovations,JHSF has built a modern airport in Sao Paolo in 2016. With latest designs and features they have also developed many malls which meet international standards. The malls have gardens within, and they have natural lighting making them environmentally friendly.

Jose together with other staffs of JHSF they work very hard to develop and design new residential and commercial buildings. With significant research and understanding of real estate market, Jose Neto can exploit the opportunities that come by on the market. Sustainability of their projects makes the company better, as the costs of projects are kept low, and most of them are environmentally friendly.

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jos%C3%A9-auriemo-neto-8b1910148/

James Larkin-A Man for the People

James Larkin was a well-known labor and union organizer in Ireland during the early 1900’s. He was born in Liverpool, England in 1874 to a family of little means which resulted in James receiving little formal education. He quit school to become a foreman on the Liverpool docks and help his family financially.

Larkin excelled at work and soon adopted the socialist philosophy that the welfare for some meant the welfare for all. He felt very strongly that workers should be treated fairly and soon joined the National Union of Dock Laborours (NUDL). Read more: Jim Larkin – Biography

Larkin’s leadership skills soon promoted him to be a full-time labor organizer in 1905. He worked and petitioned for the formation of unions to ensure good working conditions and fair wages for his fellow docks men.

As time passed, James Larkin began to use extreme methods in organizing strikes and he was soon labeled a militant by even members of the NUDL. Due to his notoriety, Larkin was transferred to Dublin in 1907. Here, he founded the “Irish Transport and the General Work Union.”

Larkin was determined to group skilled and unskilled workers together in one big Union. These determined goals led to the establishment of the Irish Labor Party and Larkin was the leading force behind such major strikes as the Dublin Lockout where over 100,000 workers won the right to fair employment after a lengthy 10-month strike.

World War I brought, even more, challenges to James Larkin’s life. He organized anti-war meetings and even traveled to America to raise funds to oppose the British. Learn more about Jim Larkin: https://www.biography.com/people/james-larkin-215214

James Larkin was charged as a communist and of criminal anarchy and deported to Ireland. He was later pardoned. He received awards in 1924 for his devotion to the Communist Party.

As far as his personal life, James Larkin married Elizabeth Brown in 1903 and together they had four sons. He remained active even in his later years. His opposition to the 1941 Labor Act was lauded throughout Ireland.

He is remembered for his nonviolent stance and his ability to stir crowds with his words and passions. Not always known for his tact or following the rules of even his own organizations, he nevertheless holds a significant place in the labor union history of Ireland.