23.5 C
Trondheim

African Cultural Footprint of Peace

Tendai Angela Jambga-Rokkones – TRANSCEND Media Service Review of Amani, Rais Boneza’s Latest Poetry Collection The poetry collection of Amani brings together an interpersonal and intrapersonal launch into freedom. In the poem ‘Untitled’, the author says: ‘‘All human relationships that are not those of love are obsolete’, This...

Breaking news:

African Cultural Footprint of Peace

Tendai Angela Jambga-Rokkones – TRANSCEND Media Service Review of Amani, Rais...

Paris Lost Direction or What’s going on in Mali?

  Franco-Mali relations have been feverish for the past two...

NO to Mandates! YES to Wise Power!

Featuring Diane Perlman and Marilyn Langlois 27 Apr 2022 –...

Activism

African Cultural Footprint of Peace

Tendai Angela Jambga-Rokkones – TRANSCEND Media Service Review of Amani, Rais...

NO to Mandates! YES to Wise Power!

Featuring Diane Perlman and Marilyn Langlois 27 Apr 2022 –...

Healing Through Theatre: Rashidah Namulondo Is Shifting Societal Perception About Grief And Trauma

By GLIM  May 14, 2022 No Comments ShareTweetGoogle++ Rashida Namulondo A few years ago, Rashida...

Winnie Mandela was an icon of anti-Apartheid struggle

What you need to know: In memoriam. University of...

In Violent Region, Music Shop Is an Instrument of Change

Moïse Muhindo Kisuba believes affordable instruments and training can...

Analysis of Violence for Peacebuilders: Galtung’s Triangle

A conflict analysis is a nonnegotiable first step when preparing a conflict transformation and peacebuilding intervention. Understanding violence is part and...

NO to Mandates! YES to Wise Power!

Featuring Diane Perlman and Marilyn Langlois 27 Apr 2022 –...

Healing Through Theatre: Rashidah Namulondo Is Shifting Societal Perception About Grief And Trauma

By GLIM  May 14, 2022 No Comments ShareTweetGoogle++ Rashida Namulondo A few years ago, Rashida...

Winnie Mandela was an icon of anti-Apartheid struggle

What you need to know: In memoriam. University of...

In Violent Region, Music Shop Is an Instrument of Change

Moïse Muhindo Kisuba believes affordable instruments and training can...

Belgium : Thierry Michel • Director of Empire of Silence

"We can’t just stand back and watch forever, without...

In War Everyone Loses, There Are No Just Wars By Adolfo Pérez Esquivel

  It is necessary to make a calm analysis of...

African Cultural Footprint of Peace

Tendai Angela Jambga-Rokkones – TRANSCEND Media Service Review of Amani, Rais...

NO to Mandates! YES to Wise Power!

Featuring Diane Perlman and Marilyn Langlois 27 Apr 2022 –...

Winnie Mandela was an icon of anti-Apartheid struggle

What you need to know: In memoriam. University of...

Kenya: Security Forces Blamed for Rise in Forced Disappearances By Francis Odee

Minibus driver Hussein Fahmy Bakari, 20, disappeared on December...

Articles

Chile Turns to the Left: The Daunting Challenges Ahead By Alejandra Garcia

Leftist Gabriel Boric became Chile’s president-elect this week, the man who will run the politics of one of the continent’s largest economies. The youngest president in Chile’s history represents the millions of people who took...

“Colonizing the Atmosphere”: How Rich, Western Nations Drive the Climate Crisis

New analysis finds the Global North is responsible for 92% of all excess global carbon dioxide emissions, while the Global South bears the brunt of the devastation.

Are We Building Our Own Prison Thinking We Own the Key to Our Cell?

Like frogs in water that keeps getting hotter and hotter, we are nearing the boiling point.   A plague of “vaccine mandates” and “vaccine passports” is rapidly spreading across the globe.  There has been visible resistance,...

News

Healing Through Theatre: Rashidah Namulondo Is Shifting Societal Perception About Grief And Trauma

By GLIM  May 14, 2022 No Comments ShareTweetGoogle++ Rashida Namulondo A few years ago, Rashida Namulondo Muwanika went through a life-defining moment that exposed her to a...

Belgium : Thierry Michel • Director of Empire of Silence

"We can’t just stand back and watch forever, without saying or doing anything" by Aurore Engelen 19/01/2022 - The director uses his documentary to look...

‘‘Women of Allah’ versus Women of Heart – Iran versus USA reality

If Georgia O’Keeffe the American female painter represented a...

African Cultural Footprint of Peace

Tendai Angela Jambga-Rokkones – TRANSCEND Media Service Review of Amani, Rais...

Aime Cesaire: (1913 – 2008) A Black Orpheus by Rene Wadlow

My negritude is not a stone, nor deafness flung out...

Arundhati Roy: ‘The Pandemic Is a Portal’

The novelist on how coronavirus threatens India — and...

Analysis

Failure of J&J’s HIV vaccine trial in Africa raises major concerns by Richard Kwame Krah

The recent failure of experimental HIV vaccine produced by American Multinational drugmaker Johnson & Johnson in Sub-Saharan African countries raises major concerns. According to...

Failure of J&J’s HIV vaccine trial in Africa raises major concerns by Richard Kwame Krah

The recent failure of experimental HIV vaccine produced by...

Are We Building Our Own Prison Thinking We Own the Key to Our Cell?

Like frogs in water that keeps getting hotter and...

West should sell us vaccines, or else we will make ours

Dear Western world, I am writing to you from the...

Defining Refugees in the Era of Climate Displacement

27 Jul 2021 – July 28th marks the 70th anniversary...

Refugee doctor chronicles Tigray’s pain as he treats it By CARA ANNA

HAMDAYET, Sudan (AP) — He is a surgeon and...

Latest articles

Haiti 2017: From Demonstration Election to Electoral Coup by Charlie Hinton

On January 3, Haiti’s Electoral Council (CEP) sealed the steal by confirming Jovenel Moïse as president of Haiti. A massive police presence resembling...

This World -Born Too White BBC Documentary 2017 (Video)

Documentary uncovering the discrimination and persecution of people with albinism in Tanzania and Malawi in East Africa. NHS doctor Oscar Duke, who himself has...

A woman’s determination to confront patriarchy in Somalia By Abdirashid Diriye Kalmoy

Fadumo Dayib became Somalia’s first woman candidate for the presidency in the recently concluded election. Of course she did not win in the deeply...

UNWILLING: East Africa’s economic ‘coalition of the willing’ is falling apart

Kenya’s big vision for a ‘coalition of the willing (CoW)’ agreement with Uganda and Rwanda to build a major rail line and oil pipeline...

Forty years ago, the CIA had its eye on Jamaica—and Bob Marley got shot by David Cupples

Forty years ago, on Dec. 3, 1976, Bob Marley was shot in a gangland assassination attempt in the heat of a contentious Jamaican election...

Uganda: Capt. Lugard's ghost still haunts the Mountains of the Moon

The recent bloody conflict in and around Kasese revealed some serious cracks in the architecture of our country. Some of these cracks are visible....

Subscribe

Popular articles