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  2. You have to make U2 aware that they should make a statement and not write times to wait and be patient. As long as the wait is very annoying and the desire always to pay a membership to get a gift at the end or to buy overpriced tickets at Livenation or Ticketmaster. we all have to write something to get attention. It would be best if U2 offers all your concerts for download.
  3. unfortunately we don't have a phone # for Pia... that may be the only one...
  4. Thanks, I sent an email just now alerting them that I’ve told my bank to approve the charges and to please re-run the transaction. I’m curious if they’ll even read my email or just dump the transaction. I tried to call Pia but my call won’t go through. I’m using: + 81 0570 06 9919 Is this the correct number for Pia? I’d love to just talk to someone to tell them to approve the charge.
  5. We teamed up with AirAsia to create the INSPI(RED) Burger—a mouth-watering, AIDS-fighting, inflight meal crafted by (RED) Chef Ambassador Hong Thaimee. https://www.red.org/reditorial/fight-aids-from-the-sky-with-airasias-inspired-burger?fbclid=IwAR277qGXF7461Jd8lWgoSUZvduVnChr3SjfgmAMsEyn-HFKATQJ0xQiqD8U
  6. A big thank you to The Mayor of the County of Cork, Christopher O Sullivan, for meeting our Cork Outreach Group before they set sail for Fortress Spike Island, Cork this morning. Your kind words are greatly appreciated...as are your fantastic selfie skills!
  7. Contact info for ticketing agencies is here: https://www.u2.com/help Pia is: JAPANTICKET PIA informationEmail: tickets-inquiry@pia.co.jp(Weekday, 10:00-18:00)
  8. 0 GIRLS AND WOMEN These laws have made the world a better place for women 11 July 2019 11:12AM UTC | By: ONE ADD YOUR NAME Take action for women everywhere EmailSign Share on Facebook Save on Facebook Share on Twitter Share by Email Part Two of a two-part series on looking at gender equality before this year’s G7 summit. Part One looks at the sexist laws that have no place in the world. There’s still plenty of shocking, sexist, and discriminatory laws around the world. These laws restrict women’s rights to work, live, and be safe. From legalised rape to domestic violence, child marriage to child labour, discriminatory laws punish millions of women and girls worldwide, every day. While it’s important to highlight the horror, we must also celebrate the successes. In many countries, great strides are being made to reverse these antiquated, sexist laws, and put in place progressive new ones. These shifts are often driven by local women’s groups, public activists (like you!), and support from bilateral and international institutions. With these shifts in mind, we call on the G7 leaders to learn lessons from these victories and encourage all countries to take a stand in achieving gender equality by introducing progressive new laws. Because none of us are equal until all of us are equal. If the G7 is looking for tips on how to change the law to better secure gender equality, here are just a few examples from the past ten years that they can learn from: Legal rights – six countries give women equal legal rights as men – Belgium, Denmark, France, Latvia, Luxembourg, and Sweden. A decade ago, none of these countries did so! Combatting gender-based violence – In Burundi, the Comoros, Rwanda, São Tomé and Príncipe, and Zambia, laws were finally introduced on workplace sexual harassment AND domestic violence. Getting equally paid – 13 countries—Albania, Belgium, Bolivia, the Comoros, Equatorial Guinea, Liberia, Libya, Mauritius, Montenegro, Serbia, South Africa, Vietnam and Zambia—introduced laws mandating equal remuneration for work of equal value. Right to work – 22 countries removed restrictions limiting women’s rights to work, reducing the likelihood that women are kept out of employment. Having children – 16 countries increased paid maternity leave, and 33 countries introduced paid paternity leave. Starting a business – the Democratic Republic of Congo introduced a new law which allows women to register businesses, open bank accounts, and sign contracts in the same way as men. Access to credit – The Democratic Republic of Congo also prohibited gender discrimination in access to credit, as did 23 other countries. Living rights – Côte d’Ivoire, Honduras, Nicaragua, Rwanda, and Togo all changed their laws to allow women to choose where to live in the same way as men. It may seem crazy that these laws were ever in place, or that we’re celebrating these victories, but it’s the reality that millions of women face each day. At the G7 Summit in August, we have a chance to do something about this. Will you stand in solidarity with these women and ensure this year’s G7 delivers real progress, not empty promises, in the battle for gender equality? Share your ideas for a law for gender equality now! Take action for women everywhere Dear World Leaders, We are the women at the frontlines of the fight against gender inequality and global poverty. Every day we see the determination and dignity of girls and women facing down the toughest challenges. We see real advances and the power of people to achieve change. We won’t surrender this fight, but we need you to play your part. You promised to achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls by 2030, but at the current rate of progress, this will take 108 years. This is unacceptable. We need genuine progress, not grand promises. We want implementation and accountability at every level - from this year’s G7 Summit to the Global Fund Replenishment; from our African Union leaders to our community leaders. We will be looking for your actions not your words; for funding to follow promises; and policy to turn into practice. It’s both the right and the smart thing to do for everyone. To accelerate progress men must demand change with us so that we rise united not divided. And women must have a seat at the decision-making table – because you can’t change what you don’t see. We’re not looking for your sympathy, we’re demanding your action. Because none of us are equal until all of us are equal. Yours,
  9. The Disability Benefits Consortium has launched a new report into the impact of benefit changes on disabled people. The more disabilities a person has, the more they lose out. Their research shows someone who has six or more disabilities loses over £2,100 each year on average, whereas someone with one disability loses around £700 each year. Find out more: http://bit.ly/DBCreportAccessible
  10. I registered for the vendor presale for tickets to the Tokyo night 2 show, I contacted my bank ahead of time to let them know about the purchase, etc. I received a text this morning from my bank saying it was declined and to text YES to approve it, which I did. Does Pia know that the transaction was approved my me or do I need to tell them to run the transaction again? I want to contact Pia but I can't find any contact info (email and/or phone). Does anyone know how I can contact them? I remember seeing contact info for all of the ticketing companies for this tour posted on Tours page for the subscriber presale, and I'm thinking that the Pia info might have been there. Can mods or anyone help? Many thanks.
  11. At this time, there are no further presales scheduled. Also, at this time, we have no additional information about the subscriber gift; but be sure that when information becomes available, it will be posted here. Until then, we just have to exercise patience.
  12. 45, 056 - Overheated counting. The sunshine is lovely, but the temperatures are too much
  13. Are the presales still happening?? Last news on the shows in The far east were from june 19th. What's the problem with an update on tracklisting and dispatching? If there are troubles then be clear to the fans. Now we don't hear anything, that's frustrating. The subscribers are very positive about this great gift, but the teasing of it doesn't please at all.
  14. @seresere You don't know what your words mean to me !!!!!!!!
  15. For the mother of Brooklyn Harris.
  16. I'm ornery. A major headache kicked off right before a concert I saw on Saturday. I was able to concentrate on the show and forget about it. Sadly, it has persisted. I'm thankful I got to go see the show. I did not think I would get there when I woke up on Saturday. I'm still ornery. Part of me is at peace. I'm not sure why but I'm riding it and not asking questions. As usual, I am disgusted by politics. A plea to God-Please raise up a group of leaders who wish to serve the poorest of the poor first.
  17. Please contact the customer support team (contact info on www.u2.com/help). Provide the date and subscription information that you received via email and ask them for an estimate about when your gift will arrive... please let us know what's the outcome (either here or via PM). Thanks.
  18. Hi I just subscribe to U2 member this June 2019 and I chose Vinyl as my gift. Till now I have not received it. I'm residing in Singapore. Can anyone advise who can I check the delivery status with?
  19. My comment was not intended to be critical of anyone's opinion or feelings. I've learned to look on the bright side of things or life totally sucks. It's my approach to this as well. I'm also frustrated. I'm using YouTube for my fix until we get the cds. In no way was I trying to diminish anything anyone has written.
  20. You're welcome!! It's perfect... Achtung Baby style!! Colors included
  21. Yesterday
  22. OMFG !!!! THANK YOU So Much.... You've made my YEAR !!!!!! BOOM_CHAAAAH !!!!
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