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18.03.2015

Israel Elections: Fear, the great enemy of compassion

Israel Elections: Fear, the great enemy of compassion

So Netanyahu wins again, against all hope (yes, it is worse when there was hope). Israel is likely to suffer political and diplomatic costs given the international pressure to resolve the Palestinian situation, stop settlements and comply with UN resolutions. The late upsurge of support for him seems to have… »

15.03.2015

In Selma, Memories of Bloody Sunday Spur Action Today

In Selma, Memories of Bloody Sunday Spur Action Today

By Amy Goodman with Denis Moynihan Fifty years have passed since Bloody Sunday, that seminal event in United States civil-rights history when African Americans and their allies attempted to march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, demanding the right to vote. As soon as they crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge in… »

12.03.2015

Violence against women: why we keep getting it wrong

Violence against women: why we keep getting it wrong

With the passing of another International Women’s Day, during which much attention around the world has again been focused on tackling violence against women, I would like to explain why none of the initiatives currently being proposed will achieve anything unless we acknowledge, and act on, the cause of this… »

10.03.2015

Civil Rights Icon C.T. Vivian on Nonviolence & Hypocrisy of U.S. Promoting Democracy Abroad

Civil Rights Icon C.T. Vivian on Nonviolence & Hypocrisy of U.S. Promoting Democracy Abroad

Just outside the historic Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama, Amy Goodman had a chance to speak with the civil rights pioneer C. T. Vivian, a close friend and adviser to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Fifty years ago, Vivian was punched in the face by Dallas County… »

08.03.2015

March for Human Dignity from the Brooklyn Bridge, NYC

March for Human Dignity from the Brooklyn Bridge, NYC

With a great spirit of reconciliation, hundreds marched in support of human life. The march was initiated  by Antanas Mockus in Bogota , Colombia and simultaneously in over… »

08.03.2015

International Women’s Day: the horror, the achievements, the work to be done

International Women’s Day: the horror, the achievements, the work to be done

International Women’s Day is both a cellebration and a call to action. I watched a few days ago on the BBC the documentary “India’s Daughter”, that contains some the worst  violence and discrimination that still exists against women: “India’s Daughter is a documentary film directed by Leslee Udwin and is… »

04.03.2015

UK: Occupy Democracy returns to Parliament Sq. March 7, Climate theme

UK: Occupy Democracy returns to Parliament Sq. March 7, Climate theme

By Occupy London We are the first generations to feel the effects of catastrophic climate change but we are the last generations who can do anything about it. If not now, when? If not you, who? On March 7th Occupy Democracy will be returning for its sixth occupation of… »

03.03.2015

Sonia Ines Goéz Orrego on a speaking tour in the U.S. to share her experience building peace in Colombia

Sonia Ines Goéz Orrego on a speaking tour in the U.S. to share her experience building peace in Colombia

New York, March 02 2015 – The presentation was organized by Colombia Human Rights Committee & Latin America Working Group Education Fund at The Graduate Center, CUNY in NYC Sonia Ines Goéz Orrego is the executive director of CEDECIS, a community organization working in some of the most violent… »

25.02.2015

Telephone shutdown in R.D. Congo puts women in danger

Telephone shutdown in R.D. Congo puts women in danger

Words and photos by LolaMora Productions Between the 20th of January and the 8th of February, Gislaine’s income dropped by 50 dollars a day – usually she takes between 70 and 90 dollars – from her business recharging mobile phones. The blame for this loss fell on the government which… »

24.02.2015

Take action to Orange your day also on 25 February!

Take action to Orange your day also on 25 February!

Human Wrongs Watch The UN Secretary-General’s UNiTE to End Violence against Women campaign, managed by UN Women, has proclaimed every 25th of the month as “Orange Day” – a day to take action to raise awareness and prevent violence against women and girls.* Initiated and… »

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