Diversity

Balamos: An experiential and photographic journey

Balamos in the Roma dialect is defined as anyone who is not a gypsy. This was what they called me when I started to approach and photograph these people, I was a balamos or in other words, a stranger to…

Neurodiverse People, Do they have access to employment?

What do we mean by neurodiverse people? A concept that is increasingly heard and used. In general, it refers to people diagnosed with autism, Asperger’s, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, dyslexia, and Tourette’s syndrome, among other conditions. By Andrea Zondek Darmstadter…

Vatican, authoritarianism and anti-Semitism (V)

The Vatican and church hierarchies not only said nothing in defence of the Jews in the face of growing Nazi persecution, but maintained their radical anti-Semitism unperturbed in the 1930s. Thus, for example, even in a country as remote as…

The Vatican, authoritarianism and anti-Semitism (III)

After the loss of the Papal States in 1870, the Vatican intensified its conservative, intolerant and anti-Semitic positions. This was expressed fundamentally in the biweekly, semi-official Vatican magazine La Civilta Cattolica, directed by Jesuits, which from 1880 to 1938 published,…

When Pax Christi looks at itself in the mirror

In 2021 I published a book called “The White-West: A Look in the Mirror” with the naive objective of trying to encourage discussion of the systemic discrimination carried out by the West. The book consists of a series of articles…

Edu Barbeira: experimenting in the “Identities Lab +” in Santander

We interviewed Edu Barbeira (Stambolsky) for Pressenza.com’s Gender and Sexualities in Latin America series in Spanish. Continuing our series Gender and Sexualities in Latin America, we interviewed Edu Barbeira, an artist and activist we met in Barcelona a couple of…

Human development workshops in Buenos Aires prisons

This September saw the end of the second cycle of workshops on human development in the context of confinement, which has been given by a team of humanists in the prisons of the province of Buenos Aires. During the last…

Rewilding Food, Rewilding Our Mind & Rewilding the Earth

Regenerating Biodiversity in our farms, forests, and our Gut Microbiome for Zero Hunger and Good – Health for All Mother Earth is self-organised. Mother Earth has created and sustained Diversity. Colonialism transformed Mother Earth, Vasundhara, Pachmama , Terra Madre, into…

Out on the Town: Magnus Hirschfeld and Berlin’s Third Sex (Part 2)

Out on the Town Magnus Hirschfeld and Berlin’s Third Sex Years before the Weimar Republic’s well-chronicled freedoms, the 1904 non-fiction study Berlin’s Third Sex depicted an astonishingly diverse subculture of sexual outlaws in the German capital. James J. Conway introduces a foundational text…

Over Forty Activities Will Be Offered as Part of Peace Days 2022 in Montreal

The theme for this year’s edition is, “Take action for equality: End racism. Build peace” The eighth edition of Peace Days, an initiative of the Peace Network for Social Harmony, will take place from September 21 to October 2. The…

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