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14.05.2021

The need for digital democratization is gaining space in the social agenda

The need for digital democratization is gaining space in the social agenda

With the aim of understanding and socializing the characteristics of the current techno-digital system and identifying strategies of struggle to curb the unwarranted corporate monopolistic appropriation of these technologies, the Sessions “Utopias or Dystopias. The Peoples of Latin America and the Caribbean in the digital era” took place. By Internet… »

13.05.2021

On the violence in Israel and Palestine

On the violence in Israel and Palestine

Pressenza republishes here the text of the statement released by the Middle East Treaty Organization issued today. The latest violent conflict between Palestine and Israel further destabilises an already volatile region. The Middle East continues to face insecurity, instability and carnage from the manmade catastrophe in the Saudi-led war on… »

10.05.2021

World Communique on the Pandemic

World Communique on the Pandemic

From the World Coordination Team of The Community for Human Development, in the face of the global health catastrophe that is occurring due to the COVI Pandemic, made even more evident in the very serious events that are happening to our brothers in India, Bangladesh, Latin America, Africa and many… »

05.05.2021

Students, professors, researchers, human rights activists, graduates, Colombian citizens, and foreigners oppose the visit of former President Álvaro Uribe to New York University – NYU.

Students, professors, researchers, human rights activists, graduates, Colombian citizens, and foreigners oppose the visit of former President Álvaro Uribe to New York University – NYU.

As students, professors, researchers and human rights activists, alumni, we strongly oppose this invitation for former president Alvaro Uribe to engage in this academic webinar. As a known violator to human rights and environmental rights, Uribe is a questionable person to be leading a conversation on environmental sustainability. The policies… »

05.05.2021

Statement from Ambassador Katherine Tai on the Vaccine Manufacturing

Statement from Ambassador Katherine Tai on the Vaccine Manufacturing

United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai today released a statement announcing the Biden-Harris Administration’s support for waiving intellectual property protections for COVID-19 vaccines. “This is a global health crisis, and the extraordinary circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic call for extraordinary measures.  The Administration believes strongly in intellectual property protections, but… »

04.05.2021

LIU MFA Student Book Library

LIU MFA Student Book Library

  As you probably know, the MFA program (as you knew it) no longer exists at LIU.  The chair, Leah Dilworthm is putting together an archive for the Long Island University Library about the MFA program.  She would like to include any books or pamphlets that MFA students published during… »

03.05.2021

San Marino approves law to welcome unaccompanied foreign minors from refugee camps

San Marino approves law to welcome unaccompanied foreign minors from refugee camps

The project will allow families and individuals residents of the Republic of San Marino to take MSNA into custody, including those coming from the Greek islands.  Still I Rise has been involved with the project from the start. The Republic of San Marino has unanimously approved the bill that… »

30.04.2021

Urgent call to three rich Asian country governments – Japan, South Korea and Singapore to stop opposing TRIPS waiver at WTO

Urgent call to three rich Asian country governments – Japan, South Korea and Singapore to stop opposing TRIPS waiver at WTO

The Peoples Vaccine Alliance (PVA) in Asia is calling on Japan, Singapore and South Korea to take action on the voices of citizens across Asia and the global South by supporting the ‘temporary TRIPS Waiver’ proposal at the WTO’s general council meeting on 30th April, 2021, and ensuring big pharmaceutical companies… »

26.04.2021

World military spending rises to almost $2 trillion in 2020

World military spending rises to almost $2 trillion in 2020

Total global military expenditure rose to $1981 billion last year, an increase of 2.6 per cent in real terms from 2019, according to new data published today by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). The five biggest spenders in 2020, which together accounted for 62 per cent of global… »

24.04.2021

Chernobyl is everywhere!

Chernobyl is everywhere!

Start: Wednesday, April 28, 2021 • 8:00 PM • Moscow, St. Petersburg, Volgograd (GMT+03:00) Host Contact Info: info@progressive.international “Chernobyl is everywhere.” Back in 1986, just after the nuclear meltdown in the north of Ukrainian SSR, the philosopher Günther Anders adjusted his previous slogan “Hiroshima is everywhere” to signal that our entire… »

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