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14.03.2021

Savasana

Savasana

POEM         by Rem Tanauan In the hundreds of twisting, stretching legs and arms, this is the only pose I remember among all: To lie down, flat out on the ground. Open palms to the sky, fully face to… »

12.03.2021

Philippine consumer and environmental groups urge government to tackle plastic pollution at source: ban single-use plastics

Philippine consumer and environmental groups urge government to tackle plastic pollution at source: ban single-use plastics

12 March 2021. Consumer advocacy group Laban Konsyumer Inc. and environmental health group EcoWaste Coalition have jointly urged the government to tackle plastic pollution at source such as by banning single-use plastics (SUPs). Through a joint statement to mark this year’s World Consumer Rights Day (WCRD) on March 15 that… »

12.03.2021

Bila Bangans celebrate UN International Women’s Day

Bila Bangans celebrate UN International Women’s Day

2021 Phil. National Women’s Month Celebration March 1-31, 2021 as reported by Genevieve Balance Kupang Against the backdrop of the picturesque, majestic mountains, women servant-leaders and the Barangay Health Workers (BHW) of Bila join the 2021 National Women’s Month Celebration and the UN International Women’s Day on March 8,… »

10.03.2021

Kashmiri human rights defenders continue to fight injustices amid growing repression

Kashmiri human rights defenders continue to fight injustices amid growing repression

Humanitarian work in one of the world’s most militarized zones has only gotten more difficult as India resorts to new levels of intimidation and hostility. Mehk Chakraborty In Indian-administered Kashmir, anything remotely anti-establishment has been consistently labeled as terrorism, a tactic used across… »

09.03.2021

Global Conference for a Nuclear Free, Renewable Energy Future: 10 Years Since Fukushima

Global Conference for a Nuclear Free, Renewable Energy Future: 10 Years Since Fukushima

Fukushima Nuclear Disaster – 10 years later, where are we and what have we learned? On March 11 (from March 10 US time), the 10 year anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, eminent leaders, experts, government representatives and civil society youth from Japan and around the world will address the… »

09.03.2021

Women who Build the Future: Maria Khan

Women who Build the Future: Maria Khan

Starting March 8, International Women’s Day, Pressenza is publishing a series of video interviews entitled “Women who build the future, Towards a nonviolent culture ”. In this interview Pía Figueroa speaks with Maria Khan. Maria experienced the process of her time, when university movements rebelled against imperialism and dictatorial… »

08.03.2021

Women who Build the Future: Vandana Shiva

Women who Build the Future: Vandana Shiva

We open the series “Women who Build the Future: Towards a Nonviolent Culture“, with Vandana Shiva‘s interview. This is the first of a number of interviews with women from all continents who are committed to life. A project that has led us to a collective process that… »

07.03.2021

The three faces of Grace Nono: Filipina performing artist- ethnomusicologist-culture facilitator

The three faces of Grace Nono: Filipina performing artist- ethnomusicologist-culture facilitator

Artist’s Profile         Tracing the trajectory of Grace Nono’s career— As a performing artist and music producer… She worked on six painstakingly-crafted, multi-awarded, and high-profile solo albums that fused popular and traditional music styles. Tao Music, with songs about social issues like the exploitation of natural… »

07.03.2021

How we harnessed Integrative Intelligences at a time of Existential Threat

How we harnessed Integrative Intelligences at a time of Existential Threat

A Personal Account         by Genevieve Balance Kupang A productive tree never ceases to bear fruits even in the hardest of seasons.” I received this meaningful message from a fellow researcher in the interfaith and peace movement after I recounted what my family, community, and I had… »

07.03.2021

Nonviolence triumphs over mandatory military service in South Korea

Nonviolence triumphs over mandatory military service in South Korea

PERSONAL  ACCOUNT         Sharing one amazing news. Last week, we heard that a Korean male citizen, Mr. Oh Soo-hwan, who opposed the mandatory military service based on his personal beliefs in nonviolence and pacifism was granted alternative public service. This is the first time ever since 1957… »

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