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EcoWaste Coalition Detects Toxic Lead in Reusable Stainless Steel Water Bottles and Tumblers

Group urges buyers to assert consumer right to product information and safety, calls on the authorities to pull out non-compliant products from the market 19 July 2024, Quezon City. Not all reusable stainless steel water bottles and tumblers are created…

Bangla Reporter Killed in Dhaka, PEC Expresses Shock

Geneva: Press Emblem Campaign (PEC), the global media safety and rights body, expresses shock and grief over the killing of a young reporter in the Bangladesh capital during a nationwide protest demonstration against the job quota system in the South…

Up and Coming for the 3rd World March for Peace and Non-violence in Asia-Pacific

The monthly interchange among the 3rd World March organizing teams and supporters in the Asia-Pacific– India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Philippines, and friends from Australia and Europe– was held on July 14, 2024. 19-20 participants attended. Rafael de La…

CAP Celebrates 41 Years of Art and Cultural Advocacy

The Concerned Artists of the Philippines (CAP) celebrated 41 years of dedicated service to the people through art and cultural work at their 41st General Assembly, successfully held on July 13, 2024 at the UP College of Fine Arts. The…

Quota Reform Protests in Bangladesh : A Call to End Violence Against Students

The quota reform protests began in 2018 but were quickly suppressed through harsh tactics. Recently, the movement has reemerged due to government indecision, rallying students from both private and public universities across the country. This resurgence reflects the deep connection…

Another Pakistani Journalist Shot Dead, PEC Demands Justice

Geneva: Expressing utter dismay over the relentless killing of journalists in Pakistan, the Press Emblem Campaign (PEC), the global media safety and rights organization, urges the highest government authority in Islamabad to investigate all relevant cases to unearth the truth…

Imahica Art presents “Neon Dreams: Through the Prism”: Where Art Meets Culture

July 13, 2024. The art exhibit, “Neon Dreams: Through the Prism”, opened at the Imahika Art Gallery to provide a captivating window into one of the most influential art movements in 20th-Century Art. Artworks from different artists brought together by…

Seoul: First-ever North Korean Defectors Day Celebrated

July 14, Sunday. It was proposed in February this year by the South Korean Ministry of Unification to designate the 14th of July as a national day in honor of North Korean refugees. As such, the first North Korean Refugee…

BCU Shines at the 5th International Multidisciplinary Research Conference 2024 at UP Diliman

SDG #4; SDG #17 Baguio Central University (BCU), in collaboration with Beyond Books Publication (BBP) and partner institutions (St. Vincent’s College Inc., Saint Estanislao Kostka College, Inc., and WCC Aeronautical and Technological College, Inc.), proudly hosted the 5th International Multidisciplinary…

Africa’s deepening debt crisis: How Korea’s latest move would help make a difference

This year in June, South Korea hosted the first-ever Korea-Africa Summit since the Korean government was founded in 1948 by inviting delegations from 48 African countries, about 30 of whom were state leaders. It is believed by many experts in…

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