The National Library in Hanoi Opens a Section of Books in Spanish

By on December 20, 2020

first_imgBy Dialogo July 10, 2009 Hanoi, July 9 (EFE).- Today the Vietnamese National Library opened its first section of books in Spanish in Hanoi, aiming at responding to the demand for reading material in this language on part of the Vietnamese community that speaks or studies it, official sources indicated today. The Spanish section of the library, aimed at encouraging a taste for reading in the Southeast Asian country, has around a thousand books on its shelves and some 1,800 digitalized books at the moment. In a diplomatic note published by the VNA official news agency, the Vietnamese Minister of Culture thanked the Spanish embassy for its activity in obtaining the books that have made the creation of the library’s Spanish section possible. At Hanoi University, where a Spanish department was established in 2002, around 200 students are currently studying Spanish, and around another 170 are learning the language at Vietnam National University in Hanoi. Meanwhile, in southern Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City Open University (in the former Saigon) and Ho Chi Minh City University of Social Sciences and Humanities have similar numbers of students studying Spanish. In the 1970s, Vietnam and Cuba signed an agreement that allowed the Southeast Asian country to send students to the Caribbean nation to learn Spanish during a six-year period, with the result that over the course of time more than 6,200 Vietnamese learned the language of Cervantes.last_img read more

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Lawyers, judges honored for public service

By on December 19, 2020

first_img Lawyers, judges honored for public service July 15, 2002 Regular News The General Assembly ceremony was awash in awards and applause. Here are the highlights of the honors bestowed upon lawyers that day: G. Kirk Haas Humanitarian Award to Larry S. Stewart. This award “recognizes the unique human qualities that all strive to attain but very few achieve. These include an abiding respect and caring for others, coupled with the ongoing demonstration of actual deeds of legal service with no reward beyond that of the deed itself. “Larry S. Stewart is one of those rare individuals who possesses those special qualities, and by the award, he is so honored.”Outgoing Bar President Terry Russell said: “This one was not tough at all to choose. In response to the September 11 tragedy, Larry launched a monumental project called ‘Trial Lawyers Care,’ which was created by the Association of Trial Lawyers of America to provide free legal services to the families of thousands of victims of the terrorist attacks who would receive compensation through an expedited federal fund.“This project set up a brand new law office in New York: renting space and equipment, hiring support staff, and rallying enough volunteer lawyers from around the country to take on potentially thousands of clients. ATLA and Mr. Stewart worked with the New York Trial Lawyers to help set up a finance committee to raise money for office expenses.“The fund compensates ‘any individual (or relative of a deceased individual) who was physically injured or killed as a result of the terrorist-related aircraft crashes of September 11, 2001,’ who opt into the program.“Claimants do not have to prove negligence or any other theory of liability. If they choose not to participate in the fund, victims may still pursue traditional remedies through the civil justice system.“Larry Stewart, himself, was quoted as saying, ‘In the nearly 40 years that I have practiced law, I have never witnessed such an overwhelming response by trial lawyers to answer the call to help their fellow Americans. All over the country, lawyers put their practices on hold so that they could put the interests of injured people first.’”Russell concluded: “I observed, and I credit much to his program, a four-point statistical increase in the positive image of the profession after the Trial Lawyers Care program. I think it had a tremendously dramatic impact on the good positive image of our profession.” President’s Award of Merit to 11th Circuit Judge Sandy Karlan, chair, The Florida Bar Commission on the Legal Needs of Children, 1999-2002. “In recognition of dedication and distinguished service to the Bar and to the public we serve, especially all of Florida’s children who appear in our courtrooms, and for your sincere commitment to lead this commission in developing a vision and recommendations so that children can be assured the right to be represented, defended, protected, served, and heard. Our system of justice and the futures of our children will benefit greatly from your work.”As Russell said: “Led by Judge Karlan, The Florida Bar Commission on the Legal Needs of Children is composed of diverse members who care deeply about what happens to children in Florida’s courts.“Since October 29, 1999, the panel’s mission has been to help children who appear in Florida’s courtrooms in any capacity, whether as victims, witnesses, defendants, or respondents.“Commissioners determined early on in their work that they must seek answers from the children involved in the legal system. They listened to the children, to experts, and to each other to discover ways to leave behind the current system where too often children’s legal needs go unmet.“After three years of extensive study, recommendations for a comprehensive model of representation for children — which I predict will become a model for the nation — have now been published.” President’s Award of Merit to Adele I. Stone, chair, Ethics 2000 Review Panel, member and past chair, Professional Ethics Committee. “In recognition of your meritorious leadership as Chair of the Ethics 2000 Review Panel, created for the analysis and comparison of Florida’s Rules of Professional Conduct and proposed changes to ABA model rules — a huge task completed in a short amount of time — and in appreciation for your dedicated efforts resulting in the issuance of formal ethics advisory opinions on law practice over the Internet and in trust accounts, and for your generous sharing of expertise in a seminar on current ethics issues.”Russell said: “Adele has been extensively involved in revising the Procedures for Ruling on Questions of Ethics while leading The Florida Bar’s Ethics 2000 Review Panel, which made recommendations to the Board of Governors after doing an in-depth analysis and comparison between Florida’s Rules and proposed changes to the ABA model rules by the ABA Ethics Commission 2000.“Adele also currently chairs the Special Committee on Unbundled Legal Services.” President’s Award of Merit to Michael P. McMahon, chair, The Florida Bar Special Commission on Insurance Practices II, 2001-2002. “For extraordinary service and leadership in the study of policyholder and representation by insurance company staff attorneys in Florida and in identifying the potential ethics dilemmas and the responsibilities for these members of the Bar. As a result of the diligent and laborious efforts of your committee, The Florida Bar Board of Governors will file recommended rule changes with the Florida Supreme Court in an effort to benefit all lawyers and citizens of this state. You are a credit to our profession.”Said Russell: “Mike was instrumental in leading the commission in its study of the practices of property and casualty underwriters in using insurance company staff attorneys to represent policyholders and identifying where staff attorneys who represent policyholders need ethical guidance.“Mike worked extremely hard to keep the commission on track and to build consensus with regard to the commission’s recommendations. He drafted large portions of the report and redrafted it, when necessary.” President’s Award of Merit to First District Court of Appeal Judge William A. Van Nortwick, Jr., chair, steering committee of “Access to Justice: It Affects Us All,” August 25, 2001. “In grateful recognition of and with deep appreciation for your diligence and commitment to assembling an outstanding program to afford Bar leaders an opportunity to study and develop recommendations regarding equal access to justice by all. As a result of your efforts and those of the participants, the citizens of Florida will benefit from additional legal aid funding appropriated for the first time by the state, and by a number of other measures that will increase their access to legal assistance, representation, and justice.”Said Russell: “The Florida Bar Board of Governors was very fortunate to have First District Court of Appeal Judge William Van Nortwick chair the steering committee that organized our board retreat, which was also attended by The Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division board, the Foundation board, legal aid organization representatives, and the Bar’s Citizens Forum.“Not only did Judge Van Nortwick lead in all of the planning of the retreat, he also presided over the final session when the breakout groups reported their recommendations. He noted that recommendations seemed to fall into five general areas:• Providing a mechanism for citizens to obtain quick answers to basic legal questions;• Expanding alternative dispute resolution techniques;• Educating the public about resources to solve their legal problems;• Continued study to improve access to the legal system; and• Finding more funding for legal aid in Florida, including looking to the state for assistance.“From the consensus of this group, the Florida Access to Civil Legal Assistance Act was developed and introduced in the 2002 legislature. The bill unanimously passed all committees in both state houses, was unanimously passed by the Florida Senate and was passed by the House, 114 to 1. Prior to this bill’s passage, Florida was one of only 11 states that provided no state funding for civil legal assistance.” President’s Award of Merit to Kirk N. Kirkconnell, chair, All Judicial Nominating Screening Committees; vice chair, Program Evaluation Committee, The Florida Bar Board of Governors, 2001-2002. “For exemplary service to The Florida Bar in developing and implementing uniform procedures for screening JNC applicants, and for providing outstanding leadership in the recruitment and screening of more than 600 applications and selection of 234 attorney nominees to send to the governor for Florida’s 26 JNCs, and in recognition of your simultaneous outstanding service to the ongoing program evaluation process of the Bar over the past year.” S aid Russell: “Florida’s new JNC law was a particular challenge to The Florida Bar. We had to very quickly enact a new process for recruiting, screening, and recommending lawyer members for all 26 judicial nominating commissions. Three names must now be submitted to the governor for each attorney position on each JNC that he is required to appoint from the Bar’s recommendations, which required many, many hours of additional work by all of the screening committees under Kirk’s leadership.“Kirk also served on the Program Evaluation Committee, which prepares in-depth evaluation reports on Bar programs and submits a report to the Board. The committee is also sometimes called on to interpret the Rulings Regulating The Florida Bar, bylaws, or standing board policies, and to review proposed amendments to sections’ bylaws. No small task!” Special Lifetime Achievement Award presented by the Government Lawyers Section to Attorney General Bob Butterworth. Florida Supreme Court Justice Peggy Quince reeled back to 1986 to recall “a younger, dark-haired, smartly-dressed, soft-spoken gentleman who came to the Attorney General’s Office in Tampa and told those of us who worked there that he wanted to succeed Jim Smith as attorney general in Florida and he wanted to become our boss.“The only things we knew about this man were those that we had read in the newspaper. We had read that Bob Butterworth was a former prosecutor, a former judge, and former Broward County sheriff. He seemed qualified to become attorney general,” Justice Quince said.“What we didn’t know about Bob Butterworth was that under that navy-blue suit was a super hero’s cape which read, ‘Super Hero for the People of Florida.’“For that is what he has been to the state. For orchestrating the single state record of $34.5 million from milk companies for bid-rigging to working with Gov. Lawton Chiles to recover $13 billion from the tobacco industry for public health costs associated with smoke-related illnesses, to going after price-gougers after Hurricane Andrew and other storms, Robert Butterworth has proven himself to be a people’s attorney general.“For 16 years, he has advocated for every segment of our state, defending the constitutionality of hate-crime statutes, getting refunds for consumers for deceptive auto-leasing practices, targeting unlawful buyers’ clubs and pyramid schemes, and helping to preserve the environment.. . . You have made us proud to be government lawyers.”When Butterworth came to the podium, he returned the compliment.“When I went to the Tampa office in 1986 asking for their vote, I met a charming young lady there who I just knew someday would be a woman of greatness. And Justice Quince, you are a woman of greatness,” Butterworth said.“I can honestly say I am very proud to be a lawyer. I am very proud of The Florida Bar and the good it has done over the years. I am very proud to be a government lawyer.. . . Really, there is no greater satisfaction that can be had than knowing you had a lasting, positive impact on the lives of people. And you can do that in public service.”center_img Lawyers, judges honored for public servicelast_img read more

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Rudi Grula, Međimurje Tourist Board: Sustainable tourism and production of quality local food are our future

By on November 18, 2020

first_imgA unique combination of rich family tradition, agricultural production based on wines and cultural heritage of Međimurje has created the Jakopić family which in its restaurant Terbotz in Štrigova offers exclusively Međimurje wines, groceries from its own garden and About 15 family farms with whom they cooperate. Međimurje can be proud of from 15 Decanters on 600 hectares of vineyards, and thus bear the unofficial title of best world average of Decanter medals on so few vineyards. The value of domestic products has long been recognized Terme Sveti Martin who buy agricultural products and groceries directly from local family farms and sell them to guests through their restaurants or wellness offers. That Terme has been profiling itself for many years as a destination that encourages and develops rural tourism, said the director Igor Nekić, and this is confirmed by the fact to 70% of food and products which they offer to guests comes from local family farms, and it is precisely because of the healthy food that many guests return to them. Finally, let’s add that as part of the press conference and socializing with partners, students of the Elementary School Draškovec had the opportunity to get acquainted with the programs of OPG Zadravec “Međimurski zajtrek” and “Pomazi mee” through which they socialized with domestic animals, got acquainted with the production of cheese and the tradition of agriculture. An important wheel, because if we do not respect ourselves, we will not be respected by others, as well as the education of new generations from an early age, how important domestic production and connection with tourism is. / / / 226 Croatian wines received one of the Decanter labels “Međimurje family farms are known for their approach based on honesty and quality, and these are the elements that we have recognized and that are complementary to our business vision. We are looking forward to the cooperation from which everyone will benefit, especially our guests who will eat healthy, fresh and local food, grown in the immediate vicinity of the resort. We are glad that we can be the accelerator of the small economy of the municipality and the county, and thus work on improving the local community“Said Igor Nekić, General Manager of LifeClass Terme Sveti Martin. The wall of pride and “greatness” located in the LifeClass Terme Sveti Martin restaurant, which makes it clear who their local partners are and whose products Toplica guests consume inside the facility. He is engaged in organic and biodynamic apple production and the cultivation of traditional cereals OPG Hunjadi from St. Mary. This type of agriculture gives higher nutritional quality to food, and the owner of the family farm Natalia Peter Hunyadi believes that in the future, organic production will be necessary for better human health and environmental protection. They try to present their rounded production to the guests, from the field to the table, to the finished products. Međimurje as a boutique wine region LifeClass Terme Sveti Martin: 70% of food and products offered to guests come from local family farms The success of the synergy of the agriculture and tourism sectors is visible through the cooperation of tourism entities, local producers and farmers’ associations, and one of the examples of quality synergy is OPG Zadravec – Sirana Opor.  Municipality of Sveti Martin na Muri which was declared European Destination of Excellence (EDEN) for the development of sustainable tourism in rural areas, with the aim of achieving added value and improving the gastronomic offer are branded products such as: Međimurje kalampera which, produced in the fields of Međimurje, meets about 70% of the needs of Croatian consumers and the Međimurje kid goes in the same direction. “The situation has directed us, as well as tourists, towards domestic products, a healthier lifestyle, active holidays in nature, in smaller rural areas. Already in March, Međimurje, aware of the situation, accepted the challenge, with a unique approach, modern communication methods and techniques, we designed and implemented the campaign “Međimurje gives more” and once again proved that the crisis does not have to be a problem, but an opportunity. Međimurje made the most of this opportunity for the benefit of all tourists, but also stakeholders in tourism”Pointed out the head of the Međimurje County Tourist Board Rudi Grula. Photo: Private archive Photo: Vina Jakopić  A good development strategy, great effort and synergy that drives Međimurje tourism yielded results during the coronavirus pandemic when the tourist offer of rural areas was given a special opportunity to position itself. And this is where Međimurje most proactively jumped out with the campaign. “Međimurje gives more”. The Međimurje wine road is s About 30 wine families a significant generator of economic activities in upper Međimurje and the holder of the promotion and placement of the protected wine brand “PUŠIPEL“Which has already taken its place on the world wine scene, as evidenced by this year’s results from the prestigious Decanter World Wine competition in London, where our wines won 15 medals.  The real indicator of innovation and creativity in Međimurje are also ecological producers, of which there are not many so far, but thanks to the autochthonous production they nurture, they contribute to the originality of our offer. By the way, the focus of the County and the County Tourist Board in the day’s work will be to encourage the development of organic producers on the development of biodynamic agriculture, whose foundations were laid by Dr. Rudolf Steiner. How is this year’s global theme World Tourism Day “Tourism and Rural Development “, on this occasion, the Tourist Board of Međimurje County organized a gathering with media representatives, tourism entrepreneurs and small farmers. Precisely with the aim of concretely emphasizing and showing what the synergies of the agriculture and tourism sectors look like in practice. The Zadravec family from Oporovac sells their basic goat and cheese production in 100% volume through local short supply chains and tourist programs on their family farms. “We inherited the tradition of goat breeding from japica and mama, and from the very beginning our goal was to sell products on the doorstep. In order to achieve this, we had to adjust the way we function and work, open a new world of thinking. Agriculture is our core business, and tourism is an added value in which we use innovation. “, said the owner of the family farm Jasminka Zadravec. An important stakeholder in rural tourism in Međimurje is also JU Center Dr. Rudolf Steiner which works on the promotion and expansion of biodynamic agriculture in Međimurje, but also throughout Croatia, Association “The best from Međimurje”Which through its store” Stacun “allows the sale of local agricultural products to locals and tourists and promotes short supply chains, Association for the Protection of Indigenous Agricultural Products of Međimurje County, which successfully conducted the process protection of Mesa ‘z tiblice , and what we believe will succeed with pumpkin oil,  Photo: Međimurje Tourist Board Currently, according to the director of the Međimurje Tourist Board, over 30.000 coupons were distributed during the “Međimurje gives more” campaign, and if we know that it was necessary to spend a minimum of HRK 250 for each coupon, an impressive calculation can lead to impressive HRK 7.500.000 of generated consumption, both local people, domestic visitors and tourists. And this amount should certainly be added to the additional consumption thanks to the coupons received. The development potential of Međimurje tourism is based on natural attractions and rich cultural heritage, which is mostly located in rural areas, as well as the offer of quality agricultural products and processed products through catering. By the way, as much as 80% of the area of ​​Međimurje is defined as a rural area, and 80% of the inhabitants of Međimurje live in that area. Međimurje can rightfully be ranked among the leaders in sustainable rural tourism in Croatia because with a developed communal and social infrastructure and a high quality of life, it provides guests with high quality tourist experiences in its rural area.   / / / Excellent cooperation! St. Martin’s, a beer created in collaboration with the brewery Lepi Dečki and Terme Sveti Martin OPG Zadravec – Sirana Opor  If I had to describe Međimurje in one word, then it would be a great boutique destination and a complete tourist story, which will only spread its wings. / / / MEĐIMURJE GIVES MORE! – EXCELLENT AND BEST DOMESTIC CAMPAIGN SO FAR “In many segments we serve as an example of good practice, especially in the tourism and sustainability sector which has become extremely important. Međimurje, as a dynamic county, produces 70% of potatoes for Croatian needs, 1/3 of the total production of apples in Croatia, 30% of the total amount of goat’s milk produced in Croatia. Our hardworking people produce award winning wines, honey, pumpkin oil, cheeses. Today, tourism is about sustainability, the ability to keep guests with quality agricultural production and offer, and we have been working on that for many years.”, Emphasized the prefect of Međimurje County and the president of TZMŽ Matija Posavec. Also, the driving force of rural development of Međimurje County is the synergy of agriculture and tourism, which is outlined in the Rural Development Strategy of MZ from 2010, but not only on paper, which is crucial, but it is visible in the field. Namely, it is in Međimurje that I can proudly point out the quality cooperation between tourism and small family farms, thus offering local and authentic food. last_img read more

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‘Not the letter’: Minister Mahfud clarifies dismissive remark about West Papua report

By on October 19, 2020

first_imgRead also: Thousands of Papuans protest racism, violence against themMahfud was previously under fire for dismissing documents on the victims of human rights violations in West Papua.I the documents were the names and locations of 57 political prisoners charged with treason in seven cities across the country. There were also the names and ages of 243 civilians who had died during the Nduga military operation since December 2018, Veronica claimed in a statement.Veronica said Mahfud’s dismissive statement “might likely exacerbate Papuans’ collective pain.”Veronica was named a suspect by the police in September last year for allegedly violating four laws, including the 2016 Electronic Information and Transactions (ITE) Law, by reportedly encouraging Papuans and West Papuans to stage riots across the provinces in that month. Mahfud added that he was in Canberra with Jokowi during the latter’s state visit and that he did not see Veronica or other people handing over the documents.”Many people give the President letters during his visits and they are not trash,” Mahfud wrote. “I didn’t say Veronica Koman’s documents [given to President Jokowi] was trash,” the minister wrote on his official Twitter account, @mohmahfudmd, on Thursday.”What I actually said was if someone said Veronica gave the letter to the President in Canberra, the information was trash because no one saw her do that,” he went on to say. Topics : Coordinating Legal, Political and Security Affairs Minister Mahfud MD clarified on Thursday that he did not refer to documents on the victims of human rights violations in West Papua recently handed over to President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo as trash.Indonesian human rights lawyer Veronica Koman claimed that she had handed the documents over the documents during the President’s state visit to Australia earlier this week.Mahfud was quick to dismiss Veronica’s claim that the documents “might end up as trash.”last_img read more

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NFL training camp 2019 dates, schedules, locations for all 32 teams

By on August 16, 2020

first_imgSo the Cowboys, for example, have their first preseason game scheduled for Aug. 10, more than a week after the NFL preseason opener. Dallas is not allowed to start its training camp until July 26, which is the date the team has set for both its rookies and its veterans to report.2019 NFL RANKINGS:QBs | Coaches | Stadiums | Uniforms | RivalriesFrom the NFL, here are all the rules regarding the start of NFL training camps in 2019.Teams are permitted to open training camp for rookies and first-year players beginning seven days prior to the club’s earliest permissible mandatory reporting date for veteran players.Veteran players other than quarterbacks or injured players may report to a team’s training camp no earlier than 15 days prior to the team’s first scheduled preseason game or July 15, whichever is later.Veteran quarterbacks and injured players may be required to report to the team’s training camp no earlier than five days immediately prior to the mandatory reporting date for all other veteran players, provided the team has already opened (or simultaneously opens) its official training camp for all rookies and first-year players.A three-day acclimation period will apply to players who are on a team’s roster up to and including the mandatory veteran reporting date. Players who rejoin the roster after that date may practice (including wearing pads) and play immediately after passing a physical.Below is all you need to know about 2019 NFL training camp start dates, schedules and locations for all 32 teams.When does NFL training camp start in 2019?The training camp reporting dates for each team depend on, well, the team. The aforementioned NFL rule states that veteran players are allowed to report to training camp no earlier than 15 days prior to the team’s first scheduled preseason game or July 15, whichever is later. That’s why the Broncos and Falcons, the teams that will compete in this year’s Hall of Fame Game on Aug. 1, will be the first two teams to see their veterans report for training camp in 2019.As for rookie training camp reporting dates, NFL teams are allowed to open training camp for rookies and first-year players beginning seven days prior to the reporting date for veterans.Below are the training camp reporting dates in 2019 for all 32 teams’ rookies and veterans.TeamRookiesVeteransArizona Cardinals7/177/24Atlanta Falcons7/187/21Baltimore Ravens7/177/24Buffalo Bills7/227/24Carolina Panthers7/247/24Chicago Bears7/227/25Cincinnati Bengals7/247/26Cleveland Browns7/247/24Dallas Cowboys7/267/26Denver Broncos7/177/17Detroit Lions7/187/24Green Bay Packers7/227/24Houston Texans7/217/24Indianapolis Colts7/217/24Jacksonville Jaguars7/227/24Kansas City Chiefs7/237/26LA Chargers7/247/24LA Rams7/247/26Miami Dolphins7/217/24Minnesota Vikings7/227/25NY Giants7/227/24NY Jets7/197/24New England Patriots7/217/24New Orleans Saints7/187/25Oakland Raiders7/237/26Philadelphia Eagles7/247/24Pittsburgh Steelers7/247/25San Francisco 49ers7/267/26Seattle Seahawks7/177/24Tampa Bay Buccaneers7/217/25Tennessee Titans7/227/25Washington Redskins7/247/24MORE: The NFL’s most indispensable defensive playersNFL training camp 2019 schedulesNot all teams approach their training camp schedules the same way. Most teams list the entirety of their training camp schedule and designate a handful of practices open to the public. Other teams only list the dates and times for training camp practices that are open to the public, leaving the dates and start times for non-public practices disclosed.For a handful of NFL teams, their 2019 training camp schedule is yet to be announced. (Those will be added upon the announcement of the schedules.)Below are all 32 NFL teams’ full training camp schedules, complete with dates and practice times.NFC EastDallas Cowboys(All times PT)DatePractice timeJuly 273:30 p.m.July 283:30 p.m.July 293:30 p.m.July 3010:45 a.m.July 31No practiceAug. 13:30 p.m.Aug. 23:30 p.m.Aug. 33:30 p.m.Aug. 43:30 p.m. (scrimmage)Aug. 5No practiceAug. 63:30 p.m.Aug. 73:30 p.m.Aug. 810:45 a.m.Aug. 9No practiceAug. 10No practiceAug. 11No practiceAug. 123:30 p.m.Aug. 133:30 p.m.Aug. 143:30 p.m.Aug. 15Break campPhiladelphia Eagles(All times ET)DatePractice timeJuly 26N/AJuly 27N/AJuly 28No practiceJuly 29N/AJuly 30N/AJuly 31N/AAug. 1N/AAug. 2No practiceAug. 3N/AAug. 47 p.m. (public practice)Aug. 5N/AAug. 6N/AAug. 7No practiceAug. 8No practiceAug. 9No practiceAug. 10N/AAug. 11N/AAug. 12N/AAug. 13N/AWashington Redskins(All times ET)DatePractice timeJuly 259:45 a.m. (Walkthrough at 4:40 p.m.)July 269:45 a.m. (Walkthrough at 4:40 p.m.)July 279:45 a.m. (Walkthrough at 4:40 p.m.)July 289:45 a.m. (Walkthrough at 4:40 p.m.)July 29No practiceJuly 309:45 a.m. (Walkthrough at 4:40 p.m.)July 319:45 a.m. (Walkthrough at 4:40 p.m.)Aug. 19:45 a.m. (Walkthrough at 4:40 p.m.)Aug. 2No practiceAug. 31 p.m.Aug. 49:45 a.m. (Walkthrough at 4:40 p.m.)Aug. 59:45 a.m. (Walkthrough at 4:40 p.m.)Aug. 61:35 p.m.Aug. 7No practiceAug. 8No practiceAug. 9No practiceAug. 101:35 p.m.Aug. 119:45 a.m.MORE: Breaking down the new-look RedskinsNew York Giants(All times ET; The following are training camp practices that are open to the public.)DatePractice timeJuly 252:45 p.m.July 272:45 p.m.July 282:45 p.m.July 302:45 p.m.July 312:45 p.m.Aug. 22:45 p.m.Aug. 610:45 a.m.Aug. 1110:45 a.m.Aug. 1210:45 a.m.Aug. 1310:45 a.m.NFC NorthGreen Bay Packers(All times CT)DatePractice timeJuly 2510:15 a.m.July 2610:15 a.m.July 2710:15 a.m.July 2810:15 a.m.July 29No practiceJuly 3010:15 a.m.July 3110:15 a.m.Aug. 110:15 a.m.Aug. 27:30 p.m. (Family Night)Aug. 3No practiceAug. 410:15 a.m.Aug. 5TBD (Joint practice with Texans)Aug. 6TBD (Joint practice with Texans)Aug. 7No practiceAug. 8No practiceAug. 9No practiceAug. 1010:15 a.m.Aug. 1110:15 a.m.Aug. 12No practiceAug. 1310:15 a.m.Aug. 14No practiceAug. 15No practiceAug. 16No practiceAug. 17No practiceAug. 1810:15 a.m.Aug. 1910:15 a.m.MORE: Breaking down the new-look PackersChicago Bears(All times CT)DatePractice timeJuly 278:15 a.m.July 288:15 a.m.July 298:15 a.m.July 30No practiceJuly 31No practiceAug. 18:15 a.m.Aug. 28:15 a.m.Aug. 37 p.m. (Family Fest)Aug. 4No practiceAug. 58:15 a.m.Aug. 68:15 a.m.Aug. 7No practiceAug. 8No practiceAug. 9No practiceAug. 108:15 a.m.Minnesota Vikings(All times CT)DatePractice timeJuly 262 p.m.July 272 p.m.July 282 p.m.July 292 p.m.July 30No practiceJuly 312 p.m.Aug. 12 p.m.Aug. 22 p.m.Aug. 37:15 p.m.Aug. 4No practiceAug. 52 p.m.Aug. 62 p.m.Aug. 72 p.m.Aug. 8No practiceAug. 9No practiceAug. 10No practiceAug. 112 p.m.Aug. 122 p.m.Aug. 132 p.m.Aug. 14No practiceAug. 152 p.m.Aug. 162 p.m.Detroit Lions(All times ET)DatePractice timeJuly 259:30 a.m.July 269:30 a.m.July 279:30 a.m.July 289:30 a.m.July 29No practiceJuly 309:30 a.m.July 319:30 a.m.Aug. 19:30 a.m.Aug. 2No practiceAug. 3No practiceAug. 49:30 a.m.Aug. 59:30 a.m. (Joint practice with Patriots)Aug. 69:30 a.m. (Joint practice with Patriots)Aug. 79:30 a.m. (Joint practice with Patriots)MORE: Breaking down the new-look LionsNFC WestSeattle Seahawks(All times PT)DatePractice timeJuly 2510 a.m.July 2610 a.m.July 27No practiceJuly 2810 a.m.July 2910 a.m.July 3010 a.m.July 31No practiceAug. 110 a.m.Aug. 210 a.m.Aug. 31:30 p.m. (Pop Kenney Stadium)Aug. 4No practiceAug. 511 a.m.Aug. 610 a.m.Aug. 7No practiceAug. 8No practiceAug. 9No practiceAug. 10No practiceAug. 11No practiceAug. 1210 a.m.Aug. 13No practiceAug. 14No practiceAug. 1511 a.m.San Francisco 49ers(All times PT)DatePractice timeJuly 27TBDJuly 28TBDJuly 29TBDJuly 30TBDJuly 31No practiceAug. 1TBDAug. 2TBDAug. 3TBDAug. 4TBDAug. 5No practiceAug. 6TBDAug. 7TBDAug. 8TBDMORE: Breaking down the new-look 49ersLos Angeles Rams(All times PT)DatePractice timeJuly 274 p.m.July 284 p.m.July 294 p.m.July 304 p.m.July 31No practiceAug. 1No practiceAug. 22 p.m. (Walkthrough)Aug. 34 p.m.Aug. 42 p.m. (Walkthrough)Arizona Cardinals(All times MT)DatePractice timeJuly 253:30 p.m.July 261 p.m.July 273:30 p.m.July 281 p.m.July 29No practiceJuly 303:30 p.m.July 3110:45 a.m.Aug. 110:45 a.m.Aug. 2No practiceAug. 31:30 p.m. (Red & White Practice)Aug. 4No practiceAug. 53:30 p.m.Aug. 61 p.m.Aug. 7No practiceAug. 8No practiceAug. 9No practiceAug. 101 p.m.Aug. 113:30 p.m.Aug. 1210:45 a.m.Aug. 13No practiceAug. 14No practiceAug. 15No practiceAug. 16No practiceAug. 171 p.m.MORE: Breaking down the new-look CardinalsNFC SouthNew Orleans Saints(All times CT)DatePractice timeJuly 268:50 a.m.July 278:50 a.m.July 288:50 a.m.July 298:50 a.m.July 308:50 a.m.July 31No practiceAug. 18:50 a.m.Aug. 28:50 a.m.Aug. 38:50 a.m.Aug. 47 p.m. (at Tulane)Aug. 5No practiceAug. 6No practiceAug. 78:50 a.m.Aug. 8No practiceAug. 9No practiceAug. 104 p.m.Aug. 118:50 a.m.Aug. 128:50 a.m.Aug. 13No practiceAug. 14No practiceAug. 1510 a.m. PT (Joint practice with Chargers in LA)Aug. 1610 a.m. PT (Joint practice with Chargers in LA)Aug. 17No practiceAug. 18No practiceAug. 194 p.m.Aug. 20No practiceAug. 218:50 a.m.Aug. 228:50 a.m.Atlanta Falcons(All times ET; The following are open practice dates.)DatePractice timeJuly 229:35 a.m.July 239:35 a.m.July 249:35 a.m.July 259:35 a.m.July 26No practiceJuly 279:35 a.m.July 289:35 a.m.July 299:35 a.m.Aug. 812:30 p.m. (Mercedes-Benz Stadium)Carolina Panthers(All times ET)DatePractice timeJuly 256:30 p.m.July 263:10 p.m.July 279:25 a.m.July 289:25 a.m.July 299:25 a.m.July 30No practiceJuly 319:25 a.m.Aug. 19:25 a.m.Aug. 27 p.m. (Fan Fest at Bank of America Stadium)Aug. 3No practiceAug. 43:10 p.m.Aug. 59:25 a.m.Aug. 69:25 a.m.Aug. 7No practiceAug. 8No practiceAug. 9No practiceAug. 10No practiceAug. 113:10 p.m.Aug. 129:25 a.m.Aug. 139:25 a.m. (Joint practice with Bills)Aug. 149:25 a.m. (Joint practice with Bills)Tampa Bay Buccaneers(All times ET)DatePractice timeJuly 264 p.m.July 274 p.m.July 284 p.m.July 294 p.m.July 304 p.m.July 31No practiceAug. 16:30 p.m.Aug. 26:30 p.m.Aug. 36:30 p.m.Aug. 4No practiceAug. 58 a.m.Aug. 64 p.m.Aug. 74 p.m.Aug. 8No practiceAug. 9No practiceAug. 10No practiceAug. 114 p.m.Aug. 124 p.m.Aug. 1310 a.m.Aug. 1410 a.m.MORE: Breaking down the new-look BucsAFC NorthPittsburgh Steelers(All times ET)DatePractice timeJuly 262:55 p.m.July 272:55 p.m.July 282:55 p.m.July 292:55 p.m.July 30No practiceJuly 312:55 p.m.Aug. 12:55 p.m.Aug. 27 p.m. (Latrobe Memorial Stadium)Aug. 32:55 p.m.Aug. 46:30 p.m. (Heinz Field)Aug. 5No practiceAug. 62:55 p.m.Aug. 72:55 p.m.Aug. 8No practiceAug. 9No practiceAug. 10No practiceAug. 112:55 p.m.Aug. 122:55 p.m.Aug. 13No practiceAug. 142:55 p.m.Aug. 152:55 p.m.Aug. 16N/AMORE: Breaking down the new-look SteelersCleveland Browns(All times ET)DatePractice timeJuly 2510 a.m.July 2610 a.m.July 2710 a.m.July 2810 a.m.July 2910 a.m.July 30No practiceJuly 3110 a.m.Aug. 110 a.m.Aug. 210 a.m.Aug. 34 p.m. (Orange and Brown scrimmage; FirstEnergy Stadium)Aug. 4No practiceAug. 510:30 a.m.Aug. 610 a.m.Aug. 7No practiceAug. 8No practiceAug. 93:45 p.m.Aug. 102:45 p.m.Aug. 11No practiceAug. 1210 a.m.Aug. 13No practiceAug. 14(Joint practice at Colts)Aug. 15(Joint practice at Colts)Aug. 16(Joint practice at Colts)Aug. 17No practiceAug. 18No practiceAug. 19N/AAug. 2010 a.m.Aug. 2110 a.m.MORE: Breaking down the new-look BrownsBaltimore Ravens(All times ET)DatePractice timeJuly 258:45 a.m.July 268:45 a.m.July 275 p.m. (M&T Bank Stadium)July 281 p.m.July 298:45 a.m.July 30No practiceJuly 318:45 a.m.Aug. 18:45 a.m.Aug. 28:45 a.m.Aug. 31 p.m.Aug. 4No practiceAug. 51 p.m.Aug. 61 p.m.Aug. 7No practiceAug. 8No practiceAug. 9No practiceAug. 101 p.m.Aug. 111 p.m.Aug. 128:45 a.m.Aug. 138:45 a.m.MORE: Breaking down the new-look RavensCincinnati Bengals(All times ET)DatePractice timeJuly 272:30 p.m. (Dayton, Ohio)July 283 p.m.July 293 p.m.July 303 p.m.July 313 p.m.Aug. 1No practiceAug. 23 p.m.Aug. 33 p.m. (Game field)Aug. 4No practiceAug. 5No practiceAug. 63 p.m.Aug. 73 p.m.Aug. 83 p.m.Aug. 9No practiceAug. 10No practiceAug. 11No practiceAug. 123 p.m.MORE: Breaking down the new-look BengalsAFC EastNew England Patriots(All times ET)DatePractice timeJuly 259:15 a.m.July 269:15 a.m.July 279:15 a.m.(According to the Patriots, additional training camp dates and practice times will be announced on their team site.)MORE: Breaking down the new-look PatriotsNew York Jets(All times ET; The following are all open practices.)DatePractice timeJuly 278:25 a.m.July 288:25 a.m.Aug. 27 p.m. ET (Green & White Scrimmage at Rutgers)Aug. 48:25 a.m.Aug. 118:25 a.m.MORE: Breaking down the new-look JetsMiami Dolphins(All times ET)DatePractice timeJuly 259:40 a.m.July 269:40 a.m.July 279:40 a.m.July 289:40 a.m.July 29No practiceJuly 3010:30 a.m.July 319:40 a.m.Aug. 19:40 a.m.Aug. 29:40 a.m.Aug. 31 p.m. (Hard Rock Stadium)Aug. 4No practiceAug. 510:30 a.m.Aug. 69:40 a.m.MORE: Breaking down the new-look DolphinsBuffalo Bills(All times ET)DatePractice timeJuly 259:45 a.m.July 269:45 a.m.July 279:45 a.m.July 289:45 a.m.July 29No practiceJuly 30No practiceJuly 319:45 a.m.Aug. 19:45 a.m.Aug. 26:15 p.m. (New Era Field)Aug. 3No practiceAug. 42:45 p.m.Aug. 5No practiceAug. 69:45 a.m.AFC WestKansas City Chiefs(All times CT)DatePractice timeJuly 25N/AJuly 26N/AJuly 273:30 p.m.July 288:15 a.m.July 298:15 a.m.July 308:15 a.m.July 319:15 a.m.Aug. 1No practiceAug. 28:15 a.m.Aug. 38:15 a.m.Aug. 48:15 a.m.Aug. 59:15 a.m.Aug. 6No practiceAug. 78:15 a.m.Aug. 88:15 a.m.Aug. 9No practiceAug. 10No practiceAug. 11No practiceAug. 128:15 a.m.Aug. 138:15 a.m.Aug. 148:15 a.m.Aug. 158:15 a.m.Oakland Raiders(All times PT; via timeJuly 279:15 a.m.July 289:15 a.m.July 299:15 a.m.July 309:15 a.m.July 31No practiceAug. 19:15 a.m.Aug. 29:15 a.m.Aug. 39:15 a.m.Aug. 49:15 a.m.Aug. 5No practiceAug. 69:15 a.m.Aug. 79:15 a.m. (Joint practice with Rams)Aug. 89:15 a.m. (Joint practice with Rams)Aug. 9No practiceAug. 10No practiceAug. 11No practiceAug. 12TBDAug. 139:15 a.m.Aug. 14No practiceAug. 15No practiceAug. 16No practiceAug. 179:15 a.m.Aug. 189:15 a.m.Aug. 199:15 a.m.MORE: Breaking down the new-look RaidersLos Angeles Chargers(All times PT)DatePractice timeJuly 2510 a.m.July 2610 a.m.July 2710 a.m.July 2810 a.m.July 2910 a.m.July 3010 a.m.July 31No practiceAug. 110 a.m. (Joint practice with Rams)Aug. 2No practiceAug. 3No practiceAug. 410 a.m.Aug. 5No practiceAug. 6No practiceAug. 7No practiceAug. 8No practiceAug. 9No practiceAug. 1010 a.m.Aug. 1110 a.m.Aug. 12TBDAug. 13No practiceAug. 14No practiceAug. 1510 a.m. (Joint practice with Saints)Aug. 1610 a.m. (Joint practice with Saints)Denver Broncos(All times MT)DatePractice timeJuly 189:15 a.m.July 199:15 a.m.July 209:15 a.m.July 219:15 a.m.July 229:15 a.m.July 23No practiceJuly 242 p.m.July 259:15 a.m.July 269:15 a.m.July 272:15 p.m. (Broncos Stadium at Mile High)July 28No practiceJuly 292 p.m.July 309:15 a.m.July 31No practiceAug. 1No practiceAug. 2No practiceAug. 32 p.m.Aug. 49:15 a.m.Aug. 59:15 a.m.Aug. 69:15 a.m.Aug. 7No practiceAug. 8No practiceAug. 9No practiceAug. 102 p.m.Aug. 119:15 a.m.Aug. 129:15 a.m.Aug. 139:15 a.m.AFC SouthIndianapolis Colts(All times ET)DatePractice timeJuly 252 p.m.July 262 p.m.July 272 p.m.July 282 p.m.July 29No practiceJuly 309 a.m.July 319 a.m.Aug. 19 a.m.Aug. 2No practiceAug. 32 p.m.Aug. 42 p.m.Aug. 52 p.m.Aug. 62 p.m.Aug. 7No practiceAug. 8No practiceAug. 9No practiceAug. 109 a.m.Aug. 119 a.m.Aug. 129 a.m.Aug. 13No practiceAug. 144 p.m. (Joint practice with Browns)Aug. 154 p.m. (Joint practice with Browns)Houston Texans(All times CT; The following are practices open to the public.)DatePractice timeAug. 19:10 a.m.Aug. 39:10 a.m.Aug. 109:10 a.m.Aug. 119:10 a.m.Aug. 149:10 a.m. (Joint practice with Lions)Aug. 159:10 a.m. (Joint practice with Lions)Tennessee Titans(All times CT)DatePractice timeJuly 279:50 a.m.July 2810 a.m.July 29No practiceJuly 30No practiceJuly 319:50 a.m.Aug. 1No practiceAug. 29:50 a.m.Aug. 36 p.m. (Nissan Stadium)Aug. 4-9No open practiceAug. 101:50 p.m.Aug. 1110 a.m.Aug. 12No practiceAug. 13No practiceAug. 149:50 a.m. Joint practice with PatriotsAug. 159:50 a.m. Joint practice with PatriotsJacksonville Jaguars(All times ET)DatePractice timeJuly 258:45 a.m.July 268:45 a.m.July 278:45 a.m.July 288:45 a.m.July 29No practiceJuly 308:45 a.m.July 318:45 a.m.Aug. 18:45 a.m.Aug. 28:45 a.m.Aug. 3No practiceAug. 48:45 a.m.Aug. 51 p.m. (Joint practice with Ravens)Aug. 61 p.m. (Joint practice with Ravens)Aug. 7No practiceAug. 8No practiceAug. 9No practiceAug. 102 p.m.Aug. 118:45 a.m.Aug. 128:45 a.m.Aug. 138:45 a.m.Aug. 14No practiceAug. 15No practiceAug. 16No practiceAug. 172 p.m.Aug. 1812 p.m.Aug. 1912 p.m.Aug. 2012 p.m.Aug. 21No practiceAug. 22No practiceAug. 23No practiceAug. 24N/AAug. 2512 p.m.Aug. 2612 p.m.Aug. 2710:30 a.m.NFL training camp 2019 locationsThis is another aspect of NFL training camps that varies. Most teams hold their training camps relatively close to home at designated, team-owned training facilities. Others have deeply rooted traditions that take them away from their typical stomping grounds. The Steelers, for example, have been going to Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pa., for training camp since 1966. The Panthers have traveled to Wofford College in Spartanburg, S.C., for training camp in every year of their existence, though that tradition will end soon.Of course, teams like the Bengals, Falcons, Patriots, Saints and others choose to hold their training camps at their permanent team facilities/stadiums. It’s a matter of preference.Below are the NFL training camp sites and locations for all 32 teams in 2019.TeamSiteLocationArizona CardinalsState Farm StadiumGlendale, Ariz.Atlanta FalconsAtlanta Falcons Training FacilityFlowery Branch, Ga.Baltimore RavensUnder Armour Performance CenterOwings Mills, Md.Buffalo BillsSt. John Fisher CollegeRochester, N.Y.Carolina PanthersWofford CollegeSpartanburg, S.C.Chicago BearsOlivet Nazarene UniversityBourbonnais, Ill.Cincinnati BengalsPaul Brown StadiumCincinnati, OhioCleveland BrownsCleveland Browns Training ComplexBerea, OhioDallas CowboysMarriott Residence InnOxnard, Calif.Denver BroncosUCHealth Training CenterEnglewood, Colo.Detroit LionsDetroit Lions Training FacilityAllen Park, Mich.Green Bay PackersSt. Norbert CollegeDe Pere, Wisc.Houston TexansHouston Methodist Training CenterHouston, TexasIndianapolis ColtsGrand ParkWestfield, Ind.Jacksonville JaguarsTIAA Bank FieldJacksonville, Fla.Kansas City ChiefsMissouri Western State UniversitySt. Joseph, Mo.LA ChargersJack Hammett Sports ComplexCosta Mesa, Calif.LA RamsUniversity of California, IrvineIrvine, Calif.Miami DolphinsBaptist Health Training FacilityDavie, Fla.Minnesota VikingsTCO Performance CenterEagan, Minn.NY GiantsQuest Diagnostics Training FacilityEast Rutherford, N.J.NY JetsAtlantic Health Jets Training CenterFlorham Park, N.J.New England PatriotsGillette StadiumFoxborough, Mass.New Orleans SaintsNew Orleans Saints Training FacilityMetairie, La.Oakland RaidersNapa Valley MarriottNapa, Calif.Philadelphia EaglesNovaCare ComplexPhiladelphia, Pa.Pittsburgh SteelersSaint Vincent CollegeLatrobe, Pa.San Francisco 49ersSAP Performance FacilitySanta Clara, Calif.Seattle SeahawksVirginia Mason Athletic CenterRenton, Wash.Tampa Bay BuccaneersAdventHealth Training CenterTampa, Fla.Tennessee TitansSaint Thomas Sports ParkNashville, Tenn.Washington RedskinsBon Secours Washington Redskins Training CenterRichmond, Va. The dates for NFL training camp in 2019 vary depending on the team and its schedule. So the answer to the question of when training camp starts in 2019 is, well, “depends.”Per NFL rules, a team can’t start training camp with its full roster of veterans earlier than 15 days prior to its first scheduled preseason game. That means the Broncos and Falcons, who will play in this year’s NFL preseason opener — the Hall of Fame Game on Aug. 1 — are able to start their training camps earlier than the rest of the league. Denver is taking advantage, asking its veterans and rookies to report July 17, exactly 15 days prior to the preseason opener.last_img read more

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