Interviews

07.05.2015

Immigration: Europe has to change its geography and its vision

Immigration: Europe has to change its geography and its vision

Giorgio Schultze, Humanist, activist for decades in the struggle for human rights, above all those of migrant communities, lives in Sicily and is a correspondent for Pressenza. Last Friday we interviewed him for the programme En La Oreja International on Radio Pichincha Universal, Quito, Ecuador to talk about the situation… »

29.04.2015

Report: Monitor Muslim Discrimination

Report: Monitor Muslim Discrimination

Dr. Phil. Milena Rampoldi opposes islamophobia in Europe, and in saying NO to religious, ethnic, and cultural discrimination of all kinds, writes on the topic and now has a second publication. “The present report Monitor Muslim Discrimination is my second publication on islamophobia in the Netherlands. It discusses the Dutch… »

13.04.2015

Reconciliation instead of violence to resolve conflicts

Reconciliation instead of violence to resolve conflicts

Milena Rampoldi PhD, of ProMosaik eV has interviewed Johanna Heuveling, member of the organisation World without Wars and editor of Pressenza, about her articles in Pressenza, on her visit to… »

13.04.2015

Iran’s nuclear deal and conflict in Yemen: the view of an Iranian political scientist

Iran’s nuclear deal and conflict in Yemen: the view of an Iranian political scientist

Regarding the agreement reached between the five nuclear powers plus Germany with the Iranian government so that sanctions may be lifted from the latter with a commitment to not continue enriching uranium or to advance in the construction of nuclear weapons, we have been in contact with the Iranian Political… »

08.03.2015

Noam Chomsky: After Dangerous Proxy War, Keeping Ukraine Neutral Offers Path to Peace with Russia

Noam Chomsky: After Dangerous Proxy War, Keeping Ukraine Neutral Offers Path to Peace with Russia

By Democracy Now! March 2 2015. The recent ceasefire in Ukraine continues to hold after a shaky start, days after Secretary of State John Kerry publicly accused Russian officials of lying to his face about their military support for separatist rebels. The United Nations says the death toll from… »

19.02.2015

Interview: Universal Humanists delve Taoism

Interview: Universal Humanists delve Taoism

Wong Tai Sin Taoist Temple, run by the Sik Sik Yuen foundation, has as its abbot 75 year-old Lee Yiu-fai. The abbot has been running the temple for 10 years now and has made some changes, revamping the rules of membership besides modernising some of the procedures with up-to-date technology,… »

16.02.2015

It’s Possible to Bridge the Gaps between Iran and the West

It’s Possible to Bridge the Gaps between Iran and the West

Iran Review’s Exclusive Interview with Richard Bacon By: Kourosh Ziabari It’s possible to bridge the gaps that keep Iran and the West apart and actualize the normalization of relations between them. This is the substance and gist of statements made by Richard Bacon MP who talked to Iran Review in… »

14.02.2015

Katerina Sergidou (Syriza): “We need the support of people from Spain and the whole of Europe”

Katerina Sergidou (Syriza): “We need the support of people from Spain and the whole of Europe”

Katerina Sergidou, secretary of the coordination committee of Syriza in Athens, is currently in Spain to support the launch of the manifesto “For the change in Greece”.  “If he’s a star that says no to the troika, then he’s welcome,” she says about Yanis Varoufakis.  “Unfortunately, the KKE (Greek Communist… »

08.02.2015

Mauritania: fighting against slavery

Mauritania: fighting against slavery

The manifesto of ProMosaik e.V supports the organisation’s fights against injustice, slavery, exploitation, human trafficking, poverty, and ignorance. Concerning slavery up to now, ProMosaik e.V’s book project focusses on Mauritania, where slavery still exists in society; also on slavery in post-modern times in general and about slavery in Mauritania in… »

03.02.2015

Maier: “[Argentina’s] criminal judges being used to conduct partisan politics”

Maier: “[Argentina’s] criminal judges being used to conduct partisan politics”

03/02/2015 – Redacción Argentina The renowned jurist Julio Maier spoke with Infojus News about the complaint filed by the deceased prosecutor Alberto Nisman and referred to a growing trend of judicial “denounciation-mania” as a tool of political action. By Franco Lucatini for Infojus News  Julio Maier is one… »

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