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06.04.2021

They Want Peace, Justice and Democracy in Myanmar

They Want Peace, Justice and Democracy in Myanmar

The nonviolence fight with a strong hope, but they need our support By Claus Kiaer More than 20 years ago I was attempting traveling to Myanmar for the first time. For 8 years I tried to get a visa until I succeeded in 2009. My first… »

06.04.2021

Ecuador Faces a Make-or-Break Election

Ecuador Faces a Make-or-Break Election

In the presidential run-off election that will take place on 11 April, Ecuadorians face the choice between betting on a progressive candidate or having to put up with four years of a business oriented government, linked to finance and the economic powers that be, national and international. By Javier Tolcachier… »

05.04.2021

Deal with the Devil: Baltics are celebrating the anniversary of joining NATO

Deal with the Devil: Baltics are celebrating the anniversary of joining NATO

By Jonas Dringelis 17 years ago, Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia formally became members of NATO. According to the NATO leadership, the North Atlantic Alliance is “defensive organization” that is constantly expanding. Some might say it’s a “defence mechanism”. The “defensive expansion” of NATO does have… »

05.04.2021

Rising Tensions Ahead of Second Round Elections in Ecuador

Rising Tensions Ahead of Second Round Elections in Ecuador

The lead up to the second round elections in Ecuador have been marked by misinformation campaigns, a sharp increase in COVID-19 cases and fears of manipulation and fraud. On April 11, Andrés Arauz of the National Union for Hope (UNES) will face off against Guillermo Lasso of the right-wing coalition… »

04.04.2021

The World Centre for Humanist Studies is organising its 8th Symposium “A New Humanism for a new world. Plural exchanges from a world in crisis”.

The World Centre for Humanist Studies is organising its 8th Symposium “A New Humanism for a new world. Plural exchanges from a world in crisis”.

Interview with Daniel León, member of the organising team of the 8th International Symposium of the World Centre for Humanist Studies. From the 16th to the 18th of April, under the slogan “A New Humanism for a new world. Plural exchanges from a world in crisis”, the 8th International Symposium… »

04.04.2021

First GBA world artists workshop organized in Korea  

First GBA world artists workshop organized in Korea  

  THE ARTS         The 1st GBA art workshop was organized for world artists based in South Korea by the International Culture, Art, Sports and Tourism committee in Global Business Alliance aka GBA, a unique non-profit business organization that provides a platform for Korean and foreign entrepreneurs… »

04.04.2021

Interview with Luca DiMatteo: Author of Green Haven

Interview with Luca DiMatteo: Author of Green Haven

INTERVIEW         by Jhon Sanchez Even though I met Luca two or three years ago, it seems that it has been for a longer time. My friend Justin Sight, the magician, kept talking about Luca’s spiritual search and good sense of humor. Luca, a doctor himself, decided… »

04.04.2021

The story of the Iranian new year, Nowruz, and why its themes of renewal and healing matter

The story of the Iranian new year, Nowruz, and why its themes of renewal and healing matter

ANCESTRAL CULTURE         by Pardis Mahdavi As the days grow longer and the flowers start to bloom, my 5-year-old gets excited and exclaims, “Nowruz is coming.” Nowruz – or “new day” in English – is the Iranian new year. Celebrated at the exact moment of the spring… »

04.04.2021

Holy Week in the Philippines: An Enduring Christian/FolkTradition

Holy Week in the Philippines: An Enduring Christian/FolkTradition

FEATURE       Writeup by Erlie Lopez/Photography by Orlando V Sionosa Jr. The Holy Week ending today in the whole Christendom speaks volumes on Filipinos. Until the surge in Covid-19 cases in the country necessitated strict restrictions on mass gatherings, it steeps most of the country in public piety… »

04.04.2021

Was There Ever a Woman Pope

Was There Ever a Woman Pope

POINT OF VIEW       It Can be Possible. A question related to that is, could a woman successfully disguise herself and live as a man and get away with it? If you read this book, Pope Joan, by Donna Woolfolk Cross, you will see how it can be… »

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