Apperead on 19 JUL 2019 An estimated 524,000 children work unimaginably long hours in America’s grueling agricultural fields, and it’s all perfectly legal. It was…View More THE YOUNG HANDS THAT FEED US
«Un voyage de mille kilomètres commence toujours par le premier pas», dit un adage chinois. Depuis l’investiture du Président de la République, Félix Antoine Tshisekedi…View More «Le peuple d’abord» RDC : l’entrepreneur Jean Michel Wembi décidé à matérialiser cette vision du Président Tshisekedi
The country’s new “well-being budget” emphasizes citizen happiness over capitalist gain. 8 Jun 2019 – We usually think of a country’s wealth or capital in terms…View More Forget GDP — New Zealand Is Prioritizing Gross National Well-Bein
Okay, I am no mathematical genius- far from it- but I can do my simple sums. So, if Africa produces 75% of the world’s cocoa…View More The Africa Continent Produces 75% of World’s Cocoa And Only Get’s 2% Of the $100 Billion Industry…Why?
The election 25 years ago of South Africa’s first black president, the late Nelson Mandela, who inspired the struggle against apartheid, was a time of…View More South Africa still waiting on post-apartheid promises
Sous le coup de minuit, la Commission électorale nationale indépendante (CENI) a donné le go pour la campagne de l’élection des Gouverneurs et Vice-Gouverneurs de…View More Le Gouverneur Richard Muyej déterminé à poursuivre l’émergence du Lualaba
The Chairperson of the African Union Commission Moussa Faki Mahamat holds the instruments after they were signed by the heads of state and representatives from…View More Africa’s historic free trade deal now has enough countries signed up to go into force
This article, originally written in Haitian Kreyol for Haiti Solidarity in February 2019, was translated by Haiti Action Committee. Lasalin, a shantytown in the capital…View More The Lasalin Massacre: Is it an accidental event, a fight between rival gangs to control an area, or a calculated and planned political act? by Vladimir Durace.
Mass demonstrations against imperialist hegemony have rocked the western hemisphere’s poorest nation of Haiti. During the month of February, hundreds of thousands of Haitians took…View More Recent unrest reveals continuing revolutionary spirit in Haiti
Reposted from Earth Repair Radio with Andrew Millison This episode looks at the successful and ongoing story of the Ghana Permaculture Institute and their work…View More Dr. Paul Yeboah: Region-wide Permaculture Economic Development
Somaliland tried to combine democracy and traditional governance and this formed the basis of the traditional elders’ confusion to adjust their role in order to…View More Diminishing Influence of Traditional Elders on Peace and Reconciliation in Somaliland
The French government has withdrawn the hike on fuel price taxes but the movement continues to grow. The direction this movement will take could have…View More The Yellow Vest movement triumphs for now but questions remain