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, by IPS

Young Western Muslims Fight Misperceptions

Islamophobia is rising in the West, and sectarian clashes have undermined unity in the Muslim world, but there is hope from "within", says a group of young Muslim Leaders of Tomorrow (MLTs) working to address these problems. Read (...)

, por Repórter Brasil

Em 7 anos, apenas três terras Guarani foram homologadas

Por Bianca Pyl

Levantamento da Comissão Pró-Índio de São Paulo (CPI-SP) revela ainda que 80% dos territórios Guarani localizados nas regiões Sul e Sudeste do país não foram regularizadas até agora ou se encontram regularizadas com pendências
Do total de 74 Terras Indígenas (TIs) homologadas pelo governo federal do (...)

, por EcoPortal

El IIRSA y sus megaproyectos en la Amazonía. Entrevista a Jaime Corisepa

Por Pablo Cingolani

Los TLC es la estrategia para que los pueblos indígenas desaparezcan. Según Jaime, la expresión más clara de los TLC son los proyectos que se impulsan bajo la sigla del IIRSA. Dice que estan en una etapa de sensibilización contra los proyectos del “famoso” IIRSA. Tienen impactos negativos demasiado (...)

, par Alternatives Economiques

Sauver le soldat grec : un impératif européen

La Grèce est-elle responsable de la situation dans laquelle elle se trouve ? Et, du coup, de la situation dans laquelle elle a mis la zone euro, dont la monnaie semble être devenue à risque ? En partie, sans doute. Mais ne lui faisons pas porter le chapeau tout entier, car elle n’est pas seule en (...)

, by Himal Southasian

A casualty of nationalism

Sri Lanka’s formerly effective school system has been damaged by over-politicisation. In Lanka, there has been a loss in terms of offering a values-based education, which in decades gone by promoted tolerance, free debate and rational discussion, a sine qua non for a healthy society. A first (...)

, by Himal Southasian

Good on paper

With the government incapable of designing Nepal’s school education, bilateral and multilateral donors are forced to step in. As a result, Nepali education has for decades lurched from one internationally assisted mega-project to another. Read (...)

, by Infochange

Chhattisgarh: Lost battle

The people of Chhattisgarh (India) appear to have lost the battle against industrialisation without rules. Even those who held out longest against the acquisition of their lands, forests and rivers are giving up the fight. Dilnaz Boga travels through the villages of Raigarh district, where (...)

, by Panos London

Climate change policy needs indigenous knowledge

Researchers have published a compendium of more than 400 case studies which reveal how indigenous people have been affected by and are adapting to climate change. The report recommends that Western scientists draw on the knowledge and experience of indigenous people when creating climate change (...)

, por ALAI

La criminalización de las radios comunitarias

por Luis Hernández Navarro

Detrás de algunas radios "que se dicen comunitarias" opera el crimen organizado, mientras que otras llaman a la "subversión". Eso asegura Xavier Abreu Sierra, nuevo director general de la Comisión Nacional para el Desarrollo de los Pueblos Indígenas (CNDI). Por ello, afirma, "tenemos que monitorear (...)

, por ARRUDA Marcos

Educação para uma economia do amor

Qual a educação para um ser humano em processo de emancipação de seu trabalho, conhecimento e criatividade? É esse o questionamento que o economista e educador Marcos Arruda procura responder ao longo dessa obra.
Amparado pelos trabalhos de educação de jovens e adultos que têm vivenciado e por (...)

, por Inter Press Service (IPS)

Brasil: Proyecto social encantado

Por Fabiana Frayssinet

Afinadas en un mundo desafinado como la favela carioca Terra Encantada, las guitarras de la orquesta de Daniel Sant’ Anna entonan el "Himno a la Alegría". Los dedos que guían sus cuerdas son de niños y adolescentes, que buscan en ese instrumento caminos para encontrar una salida verdadera a sus (...)

, by IPS

State of the World’s Indigenous Peoples: New UN Report

Millions of people around the world who belong to indigenous communities continue to face discrimination and abuse at the hands of authorities and private business concerns, says a new U.N. report.
It is happening not only in the developing parts of the world but also in countries such as the (...)

, par EBERHARD Christophe

Le droit au miroir des cultures - Pour une autre mondialisation

éditions L.G.D.J, 256 pages, 15 euros

À l’âge de la globalisation, théoriciens du Droit et chercheurs en sciences sociales s’interrogent de plus en plus sur l’adéquation de leurs outils face à la complexité et à l’interdépendance du monde contemporain. Certaines questions se font de plus en plus pressantes. Comment partager des valeurs et des (...)

, por Carta Maior

Madalena, o teatro das oprimidas

por Ney Motta

O Centro de Teatro do Oprimido realiza no Brasil, Guiné-Bissau e Moçambique, países da África lusófona, de janeiro a maio de 2010, o Laboratório Madalena. Trata-se de uma experiência cênica voltada exclusivamente para mulheres empenhadas em investigar as especificidades das opressões enfrentadas pelas (...)

, by Mother Jones (MoJo) Magazine

US: Journey into the Heart of Whiteness

By the middle of this century, white Americans will no longer be in the majority. Yet even as the country grows more diverse, nearly all-white enclaves are on the rise. Richard Benjamin, a senior fellow at Demos, a think tank, spotted this trend several years ago and began venturing into these (...)

, by India together

Abortion law’s grey zone: retarded mothers

In India, a disabled girl-child is usually at the receiving end of a lot of contempt and neglect. Women with disabilities have been consistently denied their rights. In a landmark decision, the Supreme Court (SC) of India recently allowed a 19-year-old mentally challenged orphan girl to carry (...)

, por El Centro de Estudios Políticos para las Relaciones Internacionales y el Desarrollo (CEPRID)

Salvador de la Plaza, un pensador revolucionario venezolano en el olvido

Mailer Mattié

Nació Salvador de la Plaza en Caracas el día 1 de enero de 1896. Transcurrió su juventud en esta ciudad, en plena dictadura del general Juan Vicente Gómez. A los siete años muere su padre, un conocido médico caraqueño. Cursa sus primeros estudios en el Colegio Católico Alemán y en 1913 se matricula en (...)

, by Pambazuka

Not all cultural traditions are worth keeping

‘Whatever our culture, we must treat animals in a humane way,’ William Gumede writes in this week’s Pambazuka News, following the recent approval of South African courts for the sacrifice of a bull as part of a traditional thanksgiving ritual. ‘African culture has a long tradition of democratic (...)