NCPC Ambassador for Healthcare Reform Dr. Parvin Zarrin Doctorate of Integrative Medicine, Doctor of Humanitarian service, Homeopath and Nutritionist runs her private clinic in Toronto (ON) for over 20 years. She is a professional member of the Board of Orthomolecular & Integrative Medicine (BOIM). Dr. Zarrin is a professor at the Canadian College of Humanitarian Medicine and World Organization of Natural Medicine (WONM). She has conducted intensive research on Homeopathy for her PhD and also received the homeopathic Academic Excellence Award by WONM. She is also an educator, humanitarian and well known for treating hundreds of difficult acute and chronic illnesses around the world successfully. The testimonials are available on her website at: www.homeopathynutrition.com
Effective leadership and management are essential to scaling up the quantity and quality of services of our overall operations. As with most popular sayings, there is some truth in the adage, “Great leaders are born, not made.” To some extent, the capacity for great leadership is innate. However, learning how to be a more effective leader is within everyone’s grasp; whether you lead multiple teams, an entire company or just one staff member. Our Organization (NCPC) depends on our executives, experts, advisors, leaders, staff and volunteers to make important tactical decisions, manage changing political trends, and set strategic vision. This is how we able to provide a sound and realistic platform in order to bring competent leadership for everyone to grow and prosper, and that government can facilitate resourceful opportunities accessible to everyone. The NCPC Team helps make this dream a reality. Great leadership isn’t about bossing people around; it’s about inspiring and guiding people towards a common goal for everyone’s benefit. Build your team up, give them credit for their work, praise their efforts and reward them when they succeed. There is a saying that states “Be the change that you want to see”, we can adapt that to this discussion by saying “Be the leader that you would want to lead you”.
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Due to the advent of modern travel, today's world is a much smaller place in relative terms. With this new reality, it is just as important as ever that the nations of the world have at least a small staff, living in foreign capitals, in order to aid travelers and visitors from their home nation. As an officer of the foreign service, an ambassador is expected to protect the citizens of his home country in the host country. Another result of the increase in foreign travel is the growth of trade between nations. For most countries, the national economy is now part of the global economy. This means increased opportunities to sell and trade with other nations. When two nations are conducting a trade, it is usually advantageous to both parties to have an ambassador and perhaps a small staff living in the other land, where they act as an intermediary between cooperative businesses.
The use of ambassadors today is widespread. States and non-state actors use diplomatic representatives to deal with any problems that occur within the international system. Ambassadors now normally live overseas or within the country in which it is assigned to for long periods of time so that they are acquainted with the culture and local people. This way they are more politically effective and trusted, enabling them to accomplish goals that their host country desires.
Members of Parliament (MP) also represent the regional and local concerns of the constituents in their ridings (also called electoral districts) in the House of Commons. Members of Parliament solve problems for constituents on a wide variety of federal government matters and also maintain a high profile in their ridings and take part in local events and official functions there. Canadian members of parliament can influence federal government policy by participating in House of Commons committees which review federal government department activities and spending, as well as legislation. Government members of parliament also raise policy issues in caucus meetings of members of parliament of their own party and can lobby cabinet ministers.
The Global Diplomatic Council (GDC) has a multi-disciplinary structure and draws on the collaboration and research strengths of NCPC System, Community Leaders, Political Campaign Ambassadors; International Politics, International Human Rights Law, Economics, Fiscal and Tax Policy, International Trade and Development, and the Environment. Our Public Diplomacy deals with the influence of public attitudes on the formation and execution of foreign policies. It encompasses dimensions of international relations beyond traditional diplomacy; the cultivation by governments of public opinion in other countries; the interaction of private groups and interests in one country with another; the reporting of foreign affairs and its impact on policy; communication between those whose job is communication, as diplomats and foreign correspondents; and the process of intercultural communications.
The NCPC Global Diplomatic Council (GDC) is represented by the International Diplomatic Campaign Ambassadors and is appointed by the Leader as a global highly influential volunteer network. The main functions of the Diplomatic Campaign Ambassadors revolve around the representation and promotion of the interests of our political mission through friendly relations with their country of citizenship and residence. The International Diplomatic Campaign Ambassadors also collect and report information that could affect national and international interests, and advice on how the home country government should respond.
Preventive diplomacy and mediation are an effective means of resolving crises across the world. We work to do something about the increasing inequalities among countries and the tragic marginalisation of one sixth of the world population living under the absolute threshold of poverty. With all the tremendous potential that apparently carries with it, globalisation makes the picture even more dramatic.
The NCPC Leader provides his "good offices" to parties in conflict both personally and through the diplomatic ambassadors to areas of tension around the world. The Global Diplomatic Council (GDC) is the principal support structure for those efforts, providing conflict analysis, planning and supporting the work of peace envoys and overseeing political missions that serve as key platforms for preventive diplomacy. Of these missions, diplomatic ambassadors covering and representing Africa, Asia, Europe, Caribbean, the Americas and the Middle East have explicit mandates for preventive diplomacy and strengthening the capacity of states and regional actors to manage sources of tension peacefully. Preventive diplomacy is also carried out frequently within the context of peacekeeping missions. Ideally we want to prevent violence from erupting in the first place. But even if that fails, robust diplomacy and mediation is still required to end the fighting through negotiations and then to help countries navigate the difficult politics of reconciliation and rebuilding.
The NCPC Global Diplomatic Council (GDC) examines the role of diplomacy in addressing the major problems of global society. It studies the various diplomatic instruments available for this purpose. The Council also examines how these diplomatic instruments are used to address the critical problems facing our world today; and the best sustainable solutions in resolving these global challenges. The NCPC Global Diplomatic Council (GDC) is represented by the International Diplomatic Campaign Ambassadors and is appointed by the Leader as a global highly influential volunteer network. The main functions of the Diplomatic Campaign Ambassadors revolve around the representation and promotion of the interests of our political mission through friendly relations with their country of citizenship and residence. The International Diplomatic Campaign Ambassadors also collect and report information that could affect national and international interests, and advice on how the home country government should respond.
Roles and responsibilities: The Political and Democratic Committee shall provide electoral intelligence to the Leader and Prime Minister Candidate and the Deputy Leader, Executive and Officers of the Party on the political environment federal/provincial/territorial and municipal as appropriate. The committee also leads the ambassador function for the Member of Parliament (MP) Candidates with individual members responsible for related activities in their own province or territory, and for the recruitment of Member of Parliament (MP) Candidates contacts. Political and Electoral Outreach activities shall be focused primarily at the political level in the first instance, with secondary outreach at the community level. Committee members shall provide advice and direction to staff regarding the advocacy training program and, as required, be an ambassador for the program.
The House of Commons Electoral Committee serves as the official national government clearinghouse enables Members of Parliament (MPs) to develop specialized knowledge of the matters and issues affecting communities within jurisdictional constituencies and help design specific report mechanisms in order to have these local and national issues addressed by Parliamentarians.
The purpose of the NCPC Senatorial Committee is to facilitate communication and joint-action with the Senate of Canada. Our goal as a committee is to foster dialogue between Senators and the new members of our caucus and our community leaders on vital issues such as energy independence, access to affordable health care, free post secondary education, job creation programs, small business and tax benefits, youth issues, senior citizen security, foreign policy, the military and veterans, women issues and the national economy.
The Intergovernmental Delegates work with government institutions at all levels to support the Party’s Mission, and provide political and strategic assistance to implement Public Policies. In addition, The Intergovernmental Delegates play an integral role in developing positions and organizing special forums on key legislative and federal issues that affect government institutions, and also work in consultative and advisory status with the Office of the Prime Minister and the Governor General of Canada.
The International Diplomatic Campaign Ambassadors are appointed by the Leader and Prime Minister of Canada for 2020 as global influential volunteers. The main functions of the Diplomatic Campaign Ambassadors revolve around the representation and promotion of the interests of our political mission through friendly relations with their country of citizenship and residence. The International Diplomatic Campaign Ambassadors also collect and report information that could affect national and international interests, often with advice about how the home country government should respond. Then, once any policy response has been decided in the home country's capital, posts bear major responsibility for implementing it. Thus advancing Canada’s diplomatic relations worldwide.
Our Parliamentary Leadership Campaign Team, the Federal Cabinet Minister Candidates are composed of the main party members appointed by the Leader, working and campaigning to develop, formulate and disseminate the party's policy positions and electoral platform. The leader chooses members of the caucus to serve as Federal Cabinet Minister Candidates, and to help them with their campaign strategies and activities in order to be elected throughout their respective Electoral Ridings or Constituencies; and once elected to serve in specific departments, portfolios or subject areas. The Campaign Team is led by Raphael Louis whereas the work is guided by an informal Steering Committee, which helps to define the Campaign's goals, policies and strategies. The Campaign Team also helps build coalitions and establish national and regional networks all over Canada and the world. The Team also participates in direct nomination, appointment and election of Political Delegates in the first stage of our national political campaign whom will be elected as Member of Parliament in the formation of our Federal Government Cabinet Ministers.
The core function of the National Democratic Voters Framework (NDVF) is to educate the public on the various voting, electoral processes, ballot issues, running and elected candidates and the electoral system of Canada by developing and hosting local, provincial, national and international voters frameworks, forums and convention in conjunction with the National Coalition Party of Canada (NCPC) National Political Caucus (NPC); subsequently building voters relationships with political rationality and informational symmetry in accordance and adherence with the Canada Elections Act and the voting system, and to collect and disseminate public opinions, political and voters polls to strengthening the Party's Policy building.
The NCPC Member of Parliament (MP) Candidates are appointed to represent National Coalition Party of Canada (NCPC) in their respective Federal Electoral Riding in accordance with our Party’s Constitution and the Canada Elections Act. The NCPC Member of Parliament (MP) Candidates draw on the opinions of their constituents, caucus, parliamentary researchers, special-interest groups, regional and global interests, as well as their own personal political and government convictions for debates in the House of Commons; therefore reflecting diverse Canadian views, principles and values. When elected, NCPC Member of Parliament (MP) Candidates will have an opportunity to present their constituents’ views in Federal Government.
Registered Dental Hygienist, Doctorate in Integrative Medicine Doctorate Homeopathic Medicine Integrative Orthomolecular Medicine Practitione. rAs the National Coalition Party of Canada (NCPC) Ambassador for Healthcare Reform, she plays a vital role in helping raise awareness on healthcare reform and how everyone can speak out and take action on these fundamental constitutional issues; she acts as a Leader in public health reform issues and helps build future Health Leaders and Ambassadors in local and national communities, and educate the public and Governments on Integrative Medicine to help strengthen and consolidate the National Coalition Party of Canada (NCPC) Healthcare Reform Policy capacities. Dr. Sheila McKenzie is also the President of Clinics for Humanity™
and Co-founder of the World Organization of Natural Medicine (WONM),.
Television and the Internet bring the Commons Chamber into homes and schools across the country. This is where Members help to make Canada's laws by debating and voting on bills. The Chamber is also a place where MPs can put local, regional or national issues in the spotlight. They represent their constituents' views by presenting petitions, making statements and asking questions in the House. Committee work is an important part of a Member's job and the law-making process. Members can look at bills in greater depth than is possible in the Chamber, where there is a large group of people involved and a full timetable.
In committee, Members also study important issues such as finance and health, and the spending plans of federal departments. With the range of committees and sub-committees that operate, Members may sit on more than one. Committees meet regularly and often sit for long hours. They frequently consult with the public, and sometimes travel across the country to do so. To meet their constituents' needs, MPs have an office in Ottawa and one or more in their riding. Their offices are often the first stop for people who need help. Members act as "ombudsmen," helping constituents with questions about visas, pension benefits, income tax — anything that is the business of the federal government. Members and their staff are good resources because they understand how federal departments are organized and where to find answers.