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Afrique du Sud : Une coupe du monde de foot à l’arrière-goût de xénophobie

Ce texte, publié originellement en anglais par IRIN, a été traduit par Amélie Boissonnet, traductrice bénévole pour rinoceros.
JOHANNESBURG, 27 mai 2010 (IRIN)- L’Afrique du Sud accueille la première coupe du monde de football qui ait jamais eu lieu sur le continent africain. Cependant l’exaltation (...)

, by Himal Southasian

Casteing about

Over the centuries, the poison of caste has been variously sung about, lamented, protested, outlawed and adjudicated in this region. During that time, the economic and cultural foundations of – and, most of all, the religious sanction for – this abhorrent practice have all been sculpted to (...)

, por LLISTAR David

Anticooperación

TNI, Marzo 2010

¿Qué sentido tiene el actual sistema de ayuda internacional frente a instrumentos transnacionales mucho más potentes que generan pobreza, destruyen ecosistemas o permiten la violación de los Derechos Humanos? ¿Cómo explicar que tras 60 años de cooperación internacional al desarrollo, el mundo de los (...)

, by TNI , BELLO Walden

Is Corruption the Cause? The Poverty Trap

The “corruption-causes-poverty” narrative has become a standard tool in the hegemonic discourse kit for leaders in some developing countries - where in fact, Waldon Bello argues, it is neoliberal economic policies that are really to blame for poverty. Thailand’s “Red Shirts” are not, however, being (...)

, by Pambazuka

Southern Africa: The liberation struggle continues

Fifty years on from the beginnings of liberation in Africa, John S. Saul finds there is still much work to be done, especially in southern Africa where the final triumph over colonial and racial domination occurred. In each of the five sites of the overt struggle against domination – Angola, (...)

ONU denuncia grave vulneración de derechos indígenas en todo el mundo

Exclusión, racismo, vulneración de derechos, violencia y criminalización marcan las condiciones de vida de los pueblos indígenas en todo el planeta, de acuerdo con el Informe presentado por la Organización de Naciones Unidas, el mismo que fue elaborado por siete expertos independientes y producido (...)

, por Ciranda Brasil

Mulheres protestam contra sua criminalização

“Nenhuma mulher faz aborto porque gosta. Um aborto acontece porque, naquele momento da vida, é a única saída frente a uma gravidez indesejada.” Este é o primeiro parágrafo do folheto distribuido pela Frente em São Paulo, em manifestação realizada na Praça João Mendes, próxima ao Fórum e vários órgãos (...)

, by India together

Women’s reservation Bill – the 2010 story

On 9th March 2010, the upper house of the Indian Parliament, the Rajya Sabha, passed the bill on the reservation of 33 percent seats in the Lok Sabha, for India’s women representatives. Opposition to reservations for women in Parliament have centred on at least four points. Step by step (...)

, by India together

Politics: In need of revival

The decline of politics and of intellectual discourse is related to the struggle between politics and economics as the arbiter of the moral commons and the role of the developmental state in this fight, writes Rajesh Kasturirangan. ead (...)

, by IPS

Peru: Oil pipeline and uncontacted tribes

By Milagros Salazar

A 200-km oil pipeline that Franco-British oil group Perenco aims to build in the heart of Peru’s Amazon jungle region is at the centre of a controversy because of the reported existence of uncontacted native groups in the area.
In early 2008, Perenco acquired the exploration and production (...)

, por Rede povos da floresta

Multiplicadores do conhecimento

Durante dez dias do mês de abril, na aldeia Apoena Meireles, em Rondolândia, no Estado do Mato Grosso, aconteceu a Formação em Audiovisual, que é ministrada pelo Projeto Vídeo nas Aldeias, em parceria com a Rede Povos da Floresta (RPF), e faz parte do projeto de implantação dos trinta Pontos de (...)

, par IPS

Tension autour des droits des femmes dans le nouveau Code de la famille

Soumaila T. Diarra

La tension est subitement montée au Mali avec ce nouveau Code de la famille et des personnes. Cette loi controversée, censée donner plus de libertés et de droits aux femmes, est revenue pour une seconde lecture à l’Assemblée nationale après les contestations des musulmans radicaux. (...)

, by IPS

CLIMATE CHANGE: Native Peoples Reject Market Mechanisms

By Daniel Zueras

Solutions to global warming based on the logic of the market are a threat to the rights and way of life of indigenous peoples, the Latin American Indigenous Forum on Climate Change concluded this week in Costa Rica.
Solutions to global warming based on the logic of the market are a threat to (...)

, par SACSIS , GENTLE Leonard

L’Afrique du Sud et le Nouvel Ordre Mondial

Ce texte, publié originellement en anglais par SACSIS, a été traduit par Aurélie Hoarau-Michel, traductrice bénévole pour rinoceros.
Les Sud-Africains ont tendance à se lamenter à propos de tout…le fait que rien ne semble fonctionner, la corruption, l’avarice grossière de la nouvelle élite, les (...)

, by signandsight.com

The scramble for Timbuktu

In Timbuktu, Islamic Africa is rediscovering its written culture. Charlotte Widemann travelled to the site of the oldest library south of the Sahara to report on the race for influence over this ancient heritage, played out on a small stage of sand and parchment. Read (...)