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, by Frontline

Labour Issues: United action

Trade unions of all hues join forces in an unprecedented manner and present a charter of demands to the government. In a rare show of unity, and for the first time since Independence, around one lakh workers affiliated to eight central trade unions and national industrial federations, including (...)

, par BEAUDET Pierre

Libye : la destruction programmée d’un pays

Par Pierre Beaudet

D’ici quelques jours ou quelques semaines, le régime du colonel Kadhafi passera à l’histoire. Les armées impérialistes du Canada, des États-Unis, d’Angleterre, d’Italie appuyée par les pétromonarchies du Golfe devront aller « jusqu’au bout », maintenant qu’elles sont engagées sur le terrain. Immédiatement, (...)

, by Electronic Intifada

Israel investing $1.6 million in "new media warriors"

By Jillian Kestler-D’Amours

The Israeli military establishment is once again on the offensive, but instead of high-tech weaponry and missiles, it is using computer screens, keyboards and rapid wireless connections to fight what Israeli military representatives are dubbing a "new media war."
In early February, military (...)

, by The Hindu

Chhattisgarh villages torched in police rampage

The operation began in the early hours of March 11 when about 350 heavily armed troopers marched into the forests of Dantewada. They returned to their barracks five days later, with three villages aflame, about 300 homes and granaries incinerated, three villagers and three soldiers dead, and (...)

Post-War Reconstruction in Sri Lanka. Prospects and Challenges

By D Herath, K Höglund, Prof. M Schulz, and Prof. K Tudor Silva, ICES, Colombo, 272+xvii pp

The International Centre for Ethnic Studies (ICES) launched its latest publication on Post War Reconstruction: Prospects and Challenges on the 16th of December 2010. This is one of the first books published locally or international on Reconstruction in Sri Lanka. This volume is edited by Dr. (...)

History of the Social Determinants of Health

By Sanjoy Bhattacharya, Harold J Cook, Anne Hardy, edited by Orient Blackswan, 2009

Every subject has its history, including the Social eterminants of Health. It is a subject that investigates differences in human health that occur because of social life, from income and class to family life and neighbourhood. Social determinants can have very large effects on longevity, just (...)

, par Le Maghrébin

Il s’agit de révolutions dans le monde arabe

Par Nahla Chahal-Coordinatrice de la CCIPPP, professeur de sociologie politique

I – Pourquoi parler d’espoir, de reprise de confiance en soi, et de dignité est éminemment politique.
Les révolutions en cours ont montré que des donnes tels que l`espoir, la reprise de la confiance en soi et du sentiment de dignité, considérées d’habitude peu mesurables, sont au cœur de l’évènement. (...)

, por Tierramérica

Cochabamba se aguanta la sed

Por Franz Chavez

La demanda insatisfecha de agua potable en la central ciudad boliviana de Cochabamba no tiene salidas a la vista, 11 años después de que esta urbe ganara notoriedad internacional por una rebelión popular que frenó la privatización del servicio.
Sólo 326.504 personas, 48 por ciento de la población de (...)

, por Inter Press Service (IPS)

Esclavitud rural en tiempos de ganancias récord

Hacinados en precarios habitáculos o bajo techos de plástico, sin luz ni agua potable tras jornadas laborales de 14 horas, así sobreviven cientos de miles de trabajadores rurales en Argentina pese a cosechas y ganancias extraordinarias.
"No tienen otra alternativa que emplearse bajo estas (...)

, par IPS

Israël, toujours plus sévère dans son traitement des migrants

David Elkins

Ce texte, publié originellement en anglais par Inter Press Service (IPS), a été traduit par T.C., traducteur bénévole pour rinoceros.
WASHINGTON, 2 mars 2011 – Un nouveau rapport du Global Detention Project (GDP) sur la politique israélienne de détention des immigrants révèle la dure réalité qui se (...)

, by Frontline

Not out of the woods yet

The promise of the Forest Rights Act remains largely unfulfilled, says a committee set up by the Ministries of Environment and Forests and Tribal Affairs. It seems hard for a government used to controlling most of India’s common lands to let go of them. Even though it has passed a law mandating (...)

, por ADITAL

Juventude indígena em situação de risco

Por Ricardo Verdum

A violência relacionada com os povos indígenas no Brasil é um tema recorrente nos estudos e avaliações sobre a situação dos direitos humanos no país. A academia também tem abordado o assunto a partir de diferentes perspectivas, especialmente, as ciências sociais e a saúde pública.
São formas de (...)

, by IPS

Native Women Seek Justice at U.N.

The United States is facing international scrutiny for its apparent failure to prosecute criminals who enter indigenous territories to prey on Native women and girls.
Between 60 and 80 percent of violent victimisation of Native American women is perpetrated by non-Natives, says a U.N. expert (...)

, par Africultures

L’image de l’Afrique relayée par les "JT" français

Quelle image du continent africain les journaux télévisés français renvoient-ils ? Quels sont les sujets africains traités par les reporters du " JT " ? C’est à cette question que s’intéresse le dernier numéro d’INA Stat, document mensuel d’analyse statistique des " JT " du soir de TF1, France 2, Canal+, (...)

, by Indigenous Environmental Network

Royal society report on tar sands ignores traditional knowledge

Indigenous Peoples, Community Members and Allies raise concerns.

The Royal Society of Canada report on the tar sands released today, spurred concern by directly impacted communities and allies today as conclusions were put forward around the impacts of tar sands development within the region.
“With data coming from primarily government and industry sources, (...)

, por IHU

Comemos o que nos dizem as grandes empresas agroalimentares

Por Esther Vivas

Comprar em uma grande superficie um kilo de açúcar, um litro de leite ou um pacote de bolachas pode parecer um ato dos mais comuns. Mas, sob esta aparencia inócua subjaz a relevancia política de nossas ações, inclusive as mais inocentes.
A entrevista é de Enric Llopis, publicada pelo sítio Rebelión e (...)

, por ABONG

Por uma sociedade sem violência; pelo respeito aos direitos das mulheres

Apesar das inúmeras conquistas dos movimentos feministas nas últimas décadas, a igualdade efetiva entre homens e mulheres no Brasil continua sendo uma realidade distante. Persistem graves problemas, como a reduzida representação política, os salários desiguais, a responsabilidade quase exclusiva em (...)

, por MST

Jornada mobiliza 10 estados contra agrotóxicos

A Jornada de Lutas das Mulheres da Via Campesina, que mobilizou 10 estados desde o começo da semana, denuncia os impactos para a saúde humana e para o ambiente do uso abusivo dos agrotóxicos e aponta a responsabilidade do modelo de produção do agronegócio.
Em todo o Brasil, as camponesas, em (...)