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, by Pambazuka

Race, liberation and authentic citizenship in South Africa

A discussion with the Afrikaner Resistance Movement’s Andrie Visagie on live national television has ‘brought into sharp focus a whole host of tensions, contradictions and implications of what it means to be a South African in 2010’, writes Liepollo Lebohang Pheko. Visagie’s outburst is a reminder, (...)

Alternativas civilizatorias: Los viejos nuevos sentidos de humanidad

América Latina en Movimiento, No 453, marzo 2010

El sistema-mundo moderno, capitalista, registra de manera simultánea una crisis en todos los planos. Es por eso que hoy se habla de crisis civilizatoria, pues ya no se trata de un ciclo más de crisis. La edición 453 de América Latina en Movimiento da continuidad a la temática planteada en el número (...)

, por EcoPortal

La economía feminista como paradigma alternativo

La economía neoclásica, neoliberal o capitalista ha fracasado. Casi ningún economista convencional lo reconoce, pero el crack del 2008 y sus consecuencias, la crisis climática, el ensanchamiento de la brecha de desigualdad y el hambre crónica del 20 por ciento de la población constituyen los (...)

South Africa: Progressive constitution, conservative country

As much as those who identify themselves as social progressives would like to believe otherwise, writes Dale McKinley, ‘the reality is that South Africa is a bastion of social conservatism’. One of the most glaring contradictions of South Africa’s post-apartheid ‘transition’, says McKinley, ‘is (...)

Comment vivons-nous ?

Revue des livres et des idées n°16, mars-avril 2010

Ce numéro de la Revue des livres et des idées propose un dossier sur le thème : « Comment vivons-nous ? Consumérisme, productivisme, saccage de la planète : le monde contemporain au crible de la décroissance, de l’écosocialisme et de la deep ecology »
Sommaire du numéro : (...)

, por Pambazuka

A educação e a democracia deveriam ser uma construção comum

Nesta entrevista Josephine Ouedraogo discute o papel essencial que a educação tem na construção das democracias em África, além de colocar em questão o papel do relatório da ONU sobre educação neste continente. Ela atenta que a participação efetiva dos movimentos sociais de base é essencial para se atingir (...)

, 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 (...)

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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 (...)

, 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 (...)