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Ancestry.com please do NOT Delete Small DNA Matches!

This petition is to urge Ancestry to not delete matches who share fewer than 8 cMs from users’ DNA lists, and to continue to display them for all users. Instead, it requests Ancestry explore alternative means to relieve strain on its infrastructure. Please be sure to confirm your signature by responding to the confirmation email after you sign. The petition will be submitted to Ancestry on Sunday, July 26, 2020. Ancestry’s planned deletion (August 2020) of DNA matches who share fewer than 8 cMs

Created: 2020-07-20

Time period All countries Australia
All time 720 62
24 hours 20 3

Help Gomeroi People stop Coal Seam Gas and Mining

The Pilliga Forest is an important place for Gomeroi People, for our ancient water, sites, land and animals. We cannot be silent. We must defend our country. Santos are seeking approval to mine Coal Seam Gas - this will see 850 coal seam gas wells over 1000ha of the Pilliga Forest for at least 20 years. The Independent Planning Commission (IPC) will hold public hearings from Monday 20-24th July (and accept written submissions until 31st July) to determine if the project goes ahead or not. Approv

Created: 2020-07-17

Time period All countries Australia
All time 33 33
24 hours 3 3

PETITION FOR WOMEN'S RIGHTS IN LEBANON

PETITION FOR WOMEN'S RIGHTS IN LEBANON PRESENTED BY THE THIRD VOICE FOR LEBANON (LEBANESE SOCIAL AND POLITICAL POLICY AND THINK-TANK GROUP) La3emvoix@groups.facebook.com LAWS AND PRACTICES: Lebanon adheres to the United Nations Charter that states that all men are free and equal and have equal rights with no discrimination between men and women. Despite its adherence to the Charter of the United Nations and the signing of international treaties, there is still much discrimination against women b

Created: 2011-11-05

Time period All countries Australia
All time 3136 45
24 hours 184 3

TE WIWI NĀTI HAPŪ CLUSTER PETITION: THE ROAD

 Our road from and between the Kaiinanga Hill to the end of the Tikapa and Awanui Roads is often unsafe and inaccessible, especially in the wet months.   Whānau still live in that valley, and people travel in and out daily for work, for school, or to visit other whānau. We are often not able to attend our marae hui. The Ambulance and Fire Services often can't attend emergencies there.   We are asking that the Gisborne District Council repair the road.  No more short-term patch-ups.   We need our

Created: 2020-08-03

Time period All countries Australia
All time 116 10
24 hours 41 2

The UN to intervene on the chaos in zimbabwe

The purpose of this Petition is to request that the United Nations or SADAC intervene into the chaos currently occurring in Zimbabwe. We can all clearly see that human rights are being violated and there are no fair Elections taking place. We want transparency and the figures are not making sense at all. We need individuals or organisations other than the current Zimbabwean government to clear up this mess because they are evidently not taking any form of control to counteract the problems that

Created: 2018-08-01

Time period All countries Australia
All time 2151 14
24 hours 124 2

Save our Centre! Government funding essential to keep classes running for disabled children in Taranaki.

Conductive Education Taranaki has provided highly valued specialised sessions for kids with disablilites since 2017 without Ministry of Health funding.   Conductive Education has been part of New Zealand for over 25 years, with existing providers receiving Government funding. Centres in Auckland, Waikato, Wellington and Christchurch all hold Child Development Services contracts to support their service delivery.  We have to raise it all ourselves through exposure, events and activities! Enough i

Created: 2020-08-03

Time period All countries Australia
All time 767 23
24 hours 82 1

Preserve the Eskdale Park in the Esk Valley Napier

Petition summary: The HB Mountain Bike Club and the Hastings District Council have put forth a proposal to develop the Eskdale Park into a mountain bike hub with further future plans of development. This will take the direction of the Eskdale Park away from being the beautiful natural green country park it is currently. The Eskdale Park is the only country park in the Esk Valley area. It deserves to be protected and set up as a natural reserve and green space for families to enjoy both now and i

Created: 2020-07-29

Time period All countries Australia
All time 185 8
24 hours 8 1

Bring back Twinings Traditional Afternoon tea

Please Coles, Woolies and Twinings Australia, the tea drinkers of Australia implore you to bring back Twinings Traditional Afternoon tea to supermarket shelves. No other tea quite matches it's perfection. We need it in these trying times!

Created: 2020-07-22

Time period All countries Australia
All time 29 29
24 hours 1 1

SAVE THE (Jungle cruise) ANIMALS

Lets try and save the abandoned animal statues currently residing at the carribean markets. These creatures have been entertaining families for generations in the Jungle cruise, and now potentially stand to be sent to landfill and forgotten. One rescued they will be re-homed in the form of an online charity auction. Always wanted your own 6 foot kangaroo? Help us, help the animals.

Created: 2020-07-01

Time period All countries Australia
All time 5 5
24 hours 1 1

Plea from locals to make Cromer safe for pedestrians & residents!!

Please sign to support us in informing the Northern Beaches Council what a serious issue the lack of pedestrian saftey is in Cromer.   The area in South Creek Rd & Fisher Rd North Cromer has been a dangerous area for pedestrians & motorists for many years. With new developments continually being approved, the area is bustling with people, and yet no additional safety or traffic controls have ever been implemented as part of the redevelopments. Over the years, local businesses and parents

Created: 2020-06-29

Time period All countries Australia
All time 588 587
24 hours 1 1



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