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The permanent war in eastern Congo is based on a construct of lies Eastern Congo – the long-term humanitarian catastrophe continues (Part 2) by...

The first part of this presentation dealt with how the endless war in eastern Congo came about, who its main masterminds are and what interests they are pursuing.1 In...

Regenerating Our Planet, Regenerating Our Health By Prof. Vandana Shiva

22 Apr 2024 – The health of the planet and the health of the...

War, Money and Universities

Peaceful protest, violent response – that says it all. Human politics – from global to...

World Press Freedom Day: Journalists the “Ultimate Allies in Human Rights”

Volker Türk, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights – TRANSCEND Media Service [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jv7qQEItV-0?feature=oembed] 3 May...

‘Barbaric’ Sexual Violence in Sudan

Joint Statement by the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Sexual Violence in Conflict,...

EXPERIENCES OF DEMOCRACY IN AFRICA: REFLECTIONS ON PRACTICES OF COMMUNALIST PALAVER AS A METHOD OF RESOLVING CONTRADICTIONS

This article by Ernest Wamba Dia Wamba originally appeared in Philosophy and Social Action XI (3) 1985, and has been edited for clarity. Discussions...

Part.2. African’s peaceful’s Means: African Cultural cosmologies By Rais Neza Boneza

  Culture is conceived as the main symbol of the human condition; it might be defined as a collective subconscious, described by the...

TURNING BACK THE CLOCK by Ayana Labossiere

I will never forget my first trip to Haiti. In 1990, at five years old, I went to Haiti with my dad to...

Edward Snowden: A Healing Voice By Jacques Depelchin

Like many people, I was surprised to hear of Edward Snowden’s decision to leave his job and move toward Hong Kong in search of...

Zimbabwe: Religion and Culture in African Literature BY ELLIOT ZIWIRA

Native Converts to Christianity (Photo credit: SMU Central University Libraries) RELIGION, according to Emile Durkheim (1988) is "a...

Haïti : Evolution of a Coup by Nia Imara

The damages and suffering accrued by the Haitian people over more than two centuries of intermittent occupation, foreign interference, and dictatorship are immeasurable. The...

Haiti/Honduras Same System, Different Playersby Charlie Hinton*

Now countries from all over the world, from China, Nepal, and the Philippines, to countries in the Americas that might...

We Stand With Our Sister: Stop the Attacks on Myrlande Liberis-Pavert and the Lavalas Movement

A Statement from Haiti Action Committee On Friday, January 17, it was reported by news agencies that a Haitian judge investigating the assassination of Jean...

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