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Educational institutions are also in crisis

When we talk about education, we usually refer only to the teaching and learning dimension. Socio-emotional education is rarely addressed, and almost never its institutionalization. The discrediting of institutions also affects education: schools, high schools and colleges. Educational institutions are…

Principles for those seeking a coherent life (II)

From the Humanist Health News Network REHUNO Health we are launching a place of exchange where we find a new look at everyday life based on experiential and existential psychology (the Psychology of New Humanism), and which gives some concrete…

With eyes wide open

POEM     I can see the sky getting darker I can hear the gods playing with thunder. I can see the wind blowing stronger I can hear the dogs barking harder.   I can feel you when you cry…

Indigenous Voices Silenced at Cop27

The 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27) is being accused of supressing its activists. Last Friday’s speech of the US president, Joe Biden, was unexpectedly interrupted by four American indigenous. Big Wind, Jacob Johns, Jamie Wefald, and Angela Zhong…

Leila M. de Lima: Unsilenced

Former Senator Leila M. de Lima discusses with Pressenza journalist Perfecto Caparas how she fulfilled her senatorial duties—for over 5 years out of her 6-year term—in prison. “… my being alive and in detention sent a stronger message against the…

Re-imagining the future of education together

23 years after its founding, the Global Campaign for Education (GCE) will hold its 7th World Assembly from 22-24 November 2022 in Johannesburg, South Africa. The largest civil society movement working to advance the right to free, inclusive and quality…

Digitalisation is a priority for the transformation of the Latin American and Caribbean development model

The Eighth Ministerial Conference on the Information Society in Latin America and the Caribbean opened today in Montevideo. The importance of digitization in designing and implementing people-centred public policies and as a path to sustainable development in Latin America and…

Poland: Missiles were launched by Ukraine

Uncertainty was cleared up yesterday after Poland claimed that the missiles that killed two people inside its territory were likely to have been launched by Ukraine as part of its anti-aircraft defence. While representatives of NATO member countries held an…

On Britain and its new Prime Minister

A few weeks ago, the UK was convulsed by the resignation of Prime Minister Liz Truss, who left office after a month and a half. The Conservative Party appointed Rishi Sunak to the post. In Container and Contents, Pressenza’s Spanish…

Ex-senator Leila M. de Lima extols women human rights defenders

Detained former senator Leila M. de Lima shares with Pressenza journalist Perfecto Caparas her views and insights on international human rights law in light of her own experiences as a political prisoner.  “We were able to show that in the…

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