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In memoriam: Shams Bhanji

Dear friendsWe are sorry to have to inform those...

Central African Republic launches Bitcoin hub

The Central African Republic has launched its government-backed cryptocurrency...

Belgium’s Trail of Colonial Injustice: From the plight of the Metis, Lumumba’s tooth to rising Tutsi Phobia

“Je suis le souverain d'un petit pays et de petites gens. J'ai passé ma vie à vouloir leur faire du bien; ils m'ont traité de voleur, d'assassin!’’ King Léopold...

Haitians intensify struggle against president Jovenel Moïse

Haitian citizens, social movements, trade unions and opposition political parties are demanding the resignation of president Jovenel Moïse, who seeks to extend his term...

A letter to Ange Kagame from Carine Kanimba

By, Carine I. Kanimba Dear Ange, I hope that this letter finds you well. My name is Carine Kanimba, I am the daughter of Paul Rusesabagina....

It’s 2020. What Would YOU Do?

The year is drawing to a close, memorable for its unrelenting spotlight on coronavirus.  Reflecting on the past 12 months, imagine what you would...

CGNK at the Human Rights Council 45th sessions: Truth and progress

Despite a complicated health situation, the Human Rights Council has preserved the core of its work and started to return to a more usual...

DÉJÀ VU – In tragic vein: Wole Soyinka on Nigeria’s unrest By Wole Soyinka

To the affected governors all over the nation, there is one immediate step to take: demand the withdrawal of those soldiers. Convoke Town Hall...

Prof. Johan Galtung on the Psychology and Theology of Nuclear Weapons: The Human Factor

Johan Galtung, a professor of peace studies, dr hc mult, is founder of TRANSCEND International and rector of TRANSCEND Peace University. He was awarded...

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In memoriam: Shams Bhanji

Dear friendsWe are sorry to have to inform those...

Central African Republic launches Bitcoin hub

The Central African Republic has launched its government-backed cryptocurrency...

Belgium’s Trail of Colonial Injustice: From the plight of the Metis, Lumumba’s tooth to rising Tutsi Phobia

“Je suis le souverain d'un petit pays et de petites gens. J'ai passé ma vie à vouloir leur faire du bien; ils m'ont traité de voleur, d'assassin!’’ King Léopold...