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24.08.2016 Deutsche Welle

Growing protest against TTIP and CETA trade agreements in Germany

Growing protest against TTIP and CETA trade agreements in Germany

Various trade unions and other groups have called for protests against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) across Germany on September 17. A trade agreement with Canada has also come under attack. An alliance consisting of various public organizations across Germany said they expected hundreds of thousands of protesters… »

19.08.2016 Pressenza New York

German Ramirez on Face 2 Face

German Ramirez on Face 2 Face

On this show we discussed with German Ramirez, concerning  the Sancocho for the Yes to Peace in Colombia. @SiPorLaPazNYNJ #LaPazSíEsConmigo #PorColombiaVotoSí An event organized by The International Civic Committee to raise awareness of all the advantages of voting YES in the national plebiscite for peace in Colombia, and also seeks… »

19.08.2016 Pressenza London

Teaching values of collective prosperity

Teaching values of collective prosperity

How the Zuni Tribe are strengthening communities through culture and sacred spaces. By Michael J. Dax 19 August 2016 for openDemocracy “Do you know the secret of the kachinas?” It was a whispered question, between two young girls—one Zuni, one white—as they watched… »

19.08.2016 TRANSCEND Media Service

Making America Great Again

Making America Great Again

Charles Mercieca, Ph.D.* When the time arrives for national elections in the United States, most of the candidates campaign on the slogan: making America great again. However, not one political figure brings into the open the real source of the nation’s great problem. Many of those… »

18.08.2016 Human Wrongs Watch

Time for a Woman to Lead the UN

Time for a Woman to Lead the UN

Human Wrongs Watch By Lyndal Rowlands* UNITED NATIONS, Aug 17 2016 (IPS) – Judging by the latest polls it now seems more likely that the United States will have a female President in 2016, than the United Nations will have… »

17.08.2016 Democracy Now!

Mothers Enter 2nd Week of Hunger Strike at PA Detention Center

Mothers Enter 2nd Week of Hunger Strike at PA Detention Center

In Pennsylvania, immigrant mothers detained with their children at the Berks County Residential Center have entered their second week of a hunger strike. They are protesting the government’s claims that the average time in detention is only 20 days. By the end of this month, at least three families will… »

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