Human Rights

14.03.2021

Filipino Environmental Advocates’ Plea: Stop Activist Killings

Filipino Environmental Advocates’ Plea: Stop Activist Killings

14 March 2021, Quezon City. Responding to the brutal killings of nine activists last March 7, environmental advocates pressed the government to ensure that the lives and liberties of those peacefully exercising their constitutionally-guaranteed rights are upheld and protected. “As the fight for Mother Earth is a fight for her… »

25.02.2021

Black History – My Present – Our Future

Black History – My Present – Our Future

Prologue.   Just like you, I had to  fight my way through millions of other sperm cells. »

18.02.2021

The NCHRO condemns the arrest of activist Disha Ravi

The NCHRO condemns the arrest of activist Disha Ravi

New Delhi: 16 Feb 2021. On February 13, 2021, the Delhi Police registered an FIR against Disha Ravi. Ravi has been a known climate activist and has supported the farmers’ protest publicly. The Police claim that Ravi has used a “toolkit” supporting the farmers’ protests. The toolkit allegedly had some… »

11.02.2021

Biden Should Stop Payment on U.S. Funds to Sisi’s Egypt

Biden Should Stop Payment on U.S. Funds to Sisi’s Egypt

By Ariel Gold and Medea Benjamin Under Donald Trump’s presidency, Egypt, as well as Saudi Arabia, Israel, the UAE, and other repressive regimes, had virtually free reign to commit unchecked human rights abuses without worry that they might be chastised or lose U.S. diplomatic and financial support. But when Joe… »

03.02.2021

The NCHRO condemns the arresting of Mandeep Punia and demands immediate release of locked up journalists

The NCHRO condemns the arresting of Mandeep Punia and demands immediate release of locked up journalists

On January 30, 2021, the police at the Singhu border, where the protesting farmers are gathered, arrested a journalist who was merely doing his job at the site. The journalist, Mandeep Punia had been closely covering the farmers’ protests since last year and has been among the few voices presenting… »

03.01.2021

The Trial of Assange is Political

The Trial of Assange is Political

In an interview with the Italian editorial team of the Pressenza Agency, the former President of Tunisia and current President of the Human Rights Association of that country, Moncef Marzouki, was asked to comment on the case of Julian Assange, in view of the court’s decision which will be announced… »

23.12.2020

Youssef: the death of a shipwrecked six-month- old baby boy

Youssef: the death of a shipwrecked six-month- old baby boy

December 18, International Day of the Migrant Mérica Mérica Mérica, Cosa sarà là sta America Mérica Mérica Mérica L’è un bel mazzolino di fior (Mérica… What would this America be? Mérica… is a beautiful bundle of flowers – a popular song) Six months. History… »

10.12.2020

CLADE launches a report on Criminalization of the Student Struggle and Violation of Students’ Human Rights in Latin America and the Caribbean

CLADE launches a report on Criminalization of the Student Struggle and Violation of Students’ Human Rights in Latin America and the Caribbean

Launched on Human Rights Day, December 10th, the document addresses the situation of students as protagonists in the defence of the right to education and other human rights and their increasing criminalisation in the region With the support of the Norwegian Students’ and Academics’ International Assistance Fund (SAIH), the Latin… »

05.12.2020

On-Line Event for Julian Assange

On-Line Event for Julian Assange

Within the framework of the initiative GREECE FOR ASSANGE, referring to Julian Assange, award-winning Australian journalist and publisher of Wikileaks, who is imprisoned in London and is awaiting a judicial decision on 4/1/2021 on possible extradition to the USA, where he is in danger of being condemned to prison for… »

27.11.2020

During the Cold War, Latin American intellectuals found solace in communist Prague

During the Cold War, Latin American intellectuals found solace in communist Prague

Gabriel García Márquez, Jorge Amado, and Pablo Neruda were among the illustrious visitors Before COVID-19, Prague was visited every year by millions of tourists looking for cheap beer and spectacular architecture. In the 1950s, on the other hand, the capital of then-Czechoslovakia attracted a very different crowd of travelers: Leftist intellectuals from… »

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