Human Rights

29.11.2013 Gianmarco Pisa

Balkans in Naples: the Human Rights Film Festival

Balkans in Naples: the Human Rights Film Festival

  The Human Rights Film Festival in Naples will take place next December from 5th to 13th, for the total duration of ten entire days, as a prestigious international event, now in its sixth edition, devoted to fiction and documentary films on issues about human rights and a culture of … »

21.10.2013 Africa News

African Human Rights Day

African Human Rights Day

The African Human Rights Day is an annual opportunity to celebrate and advocate the full enjoyment of all human rights by everyone across the African continent. EL FASHER (DARFUR), Sudan, October 21, 2013/African Press Organization (APO)/ — The success of this quest is the collective responsibility of all: African men … »

02.10.2013 Rédaction France

Le Mur a Des Oreilles talks to Professor Noam Chomsky

Pressenza publishes here a phone interview with Noam Chomsky by Le Mur a Des Oreilles (recorded on September 6th) LMaDO: What is the definition of negotiations in Israel-US language and why is the Palestinian Authority playing along? NC: From the US point of view, negotiations are, in effect, a … »

02.02.2013 Amy Goodman

Rosa Parks, Now and Forever

Rosa Parks, Now and Forever

On Dec. 1, 1955, Rosa Parks famously refused to give up her seat on the bus to a white passenger in Montgomery, Ala., thus launching the modern-day civil-rights movement. Monday, Feb. 4, is the 100th anniversary of her birth. After she died at the age of 92 in 2005, much … »

02.02.2013 Pressenza IPA

Tomás Hirsch: the meaning of nonviolent action

Tomás Hirsch: the meaning of nonviolent action

On February 1st the Chilean humanist Thomas Hirsch took part in the International Conference for Peace that took place at Munich, called “Non violent ways of regime change.” We publish here the transcript of his words: “The name proposed for this conference is already arguable. Firstly, as a reflection rather … »

25.01.2013 Human Wrongs Watch

French, Malian Military Restrict Access of Media to Conflict Areas

French, Malian Military Restrict Access of Media to Conflict Areas

“French military and Malian government forces are restricting access to conflict areas for members of the media, making covering the situation a major challenge” By Peter Townson*, 23/01/2013 – As violence continues in Mali, the national and international media are finding it increasingly difficult to provide quality coverage of the situation. The primary … »

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