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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,...

The crumbling Islamic State: Its desperate violations of humanitarian law

By Rene Wadlow*  In simultaneous, if not necessary coordinated operations, there are attacks against the forces of the Islamic State (ISIS or Daech in its...

Haiti’s Election Verification Commission: A Step in the Right Direction By Marilyn Langlois

6 May 2016 – On a visit to Haiti in late April with Task Force on the Americas, a California-based organization in solidarity with the...

Remembering Ireland’s 1916 Easter Rising By Mairead Maguire, Nobel Peace Laureate

When the President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, the Irish military, government members and many Irish people gathered in Dublin, on Easter Sunday (27...

HAITI RISES: A TIME FOR SOLIDARITY by Nia Imara and Robert Roth

Reflecting on struggles everywhere, we came to the conclusion that a people can’t be sovereign if they don’t have the right to vote. No...

The Climate vs. the Planet By Johan Galtung

In that eco-system humanity has since industrialization upset balances and now suffers the consequences, trying to tackle them. COP21, the UN 195 States conference...

Smoking Out a Boko Haram Closet Supporter By Rev. Olufemi Oluniyi

Boko Haram, the terrorist Islamic organisation crashed into the Nigerian national stage with fury (2002), fire (2007) and firestorm (2009). The word Boko, a...

Violence In and By Paris: Any Way Out? By Johan Galtung

Atlanta, Georgia, USA The atrocity in Paris seems to trigger the word “terrorism” with a higher frEquency than ever, in the media, from the...

Ending the Era of Wars By Mairead Maguire, Nobel Peace Laureate*

  15th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates – Barcelona, 13-15 November 2015 I would like to thank the Major of Barcelona, Ada Colau...

Prof. Johan Galtung (24 Oct 1930) by Antonio

Johan Vincent Galtung, dr, dr hc mult, a professor of peace studies, was born in Oslo, Norway on the same day that the UN...

10 October: The Death Penalty and Human Dignity Day By Rene Wadlow

10 October is the International Day against the Death Penalty. Since the end of World War II, there has been a gradual abolition of...

Haiti: Will Democracy Be Denied—Again? By Marilyn Langlois

Haiti’s next election is less than two weeks away. Former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide made a rare public appearance before cheering multitudes on...

Part.3. African’s Peacefull Means: Etnic Relations Theory By Rais Neza Boneza

Proposal: A bioceanic confederation from the Indian to the Atlantic oceans, including Uganda and Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi, and the two...

Transcript of Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture 2015

Nelson Mandela Foundation This is an edited transcript of economist Professor Thomas Piketty's address to the 13th Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture, which took...

Islam and the West: Roads toward Peace by Johan Galtung

  Alfàs del Pi, Spain – International Center for Conflict Solution – Seminar 11-13 September The prospects are dim. Both focus on the worst...

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