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Nepal: Society Without Conflict or Violence

In Nepal, core members of the universalist humanism movement have established a new team, choosing the capital city of Kathmandu as the place to launch initial activities. The first meeting took place 25 December, 2014, at the grounds of KNK…

The Taste of Old Hong Kong

For anyone living in Hong Kong for more than just a few years this writing will bring a lot of pleasure and not just a few laughs. Primarily, it’s not really a cookbook at all, though there are recipes in…

Filipino farmers share ‘Seeds of Hope’

Filipino Farmers Share ‘Seeds of Hope’ Human Wrongs Watch By Wilhelmina Pelegrina*, 19 December 2014 — Ecological farmers in the Philippines have pooled their expertise and resources and travelled close to 600 km (370 miles) to help farmers in Dolores, Eastern Samar, get…

Jammu & Kashmir 2014 elections a turning point

Medhaj News Exclusive: BJP plus Sajjad Lone to form the next J&K Government The final and fifth phase of elections in Jammu & Kashmir concluded on 20th December with voting on 20 seats which fall in the Jammu region. After…

Accreditation of journalists in Hong Kong

The UK’s relations with Hong Kong: 30 years after the Joint Declaration – Wednesday 17 December 2014 – ordered by the House of Commons to be published on 17 December 2014, notes taken from that telephon regarding accreditation of journalists…

End of the Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates. Our photo gallery

Change of location for the last day of the Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates: no longer the auditorium Music Park, but Julio Cesar Sala del Campidoglio, seat of the Communal Council of Rome. Many of the themes developed, starting with…

The Mekong River means life: stop the Don Sahong Dam

  The Mekong River means life: stop the Don Sahong Dam The Mekong is the lifeblood of Southeast Asia (photo: International Rivers) Dear friends of the rainforests, Millions of lives throughout Southeast Asia are intricately entwined with the Mekong River…

India – New Humanism: let’s meet Fernando…..

When Fernando first landed in India, in February 1979, little did he realize that our country would eventually become a very important part of his life. This new environment was a shock for every one of his senses. Sight, smell,…

Jammu children pray for Peshawar military school victims

School children in Jammu (Kashmir) observe two-minutes of silence and light candles to pray for the victims who were killed in the attack at the army run school in Peshawar, Pakistan, during the school’s Annual Day – on Wednesday, 17…

Reclaiming Pacifism in East Asia

Today, East Asia stands at the crossroads, not least due to Prime Minister Abe Shinzo’s efforts to accelerate the long-pursued attempts by the Liberal Democratic Party to change Japan’s peace constitution – and more specifically, its Article 9 that renounces…

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