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, 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, (...)

, by Al jazeera

A revolution against neoliberalism?

By Walter Armbrust

On February 16th I read a comment was posted on the wall of the Kullina Khalid Saed ("We are all Khaled Said") Facebook page administered by the now very famous Wael Ghonim. By that time it had been there for about 21 hours. The comment referred to a news item reporting that European (...)

, por IPS

En entredicho compromiso de Chile con los derechos humanos

El compromiso del gobierno y de diversos organismos del Estado respecto a la protección y promoción de los derechos humanos es puesto en duda en Chile por un informe especial lanzado este jueves 25.
"Creo que no hay una comprensión cabal por parte de las autoridades, de distintos órganos (...)

, by The Hindu

Barefoot: Promises to keep

By Harsh Mander

Even four years after the Sachar Committee Report revealed that Muslims were one of the most economically backward and socially disadvantaged communities, nothing much has been done to address the development deficits of this community. Read (...)

, por Carta Maior

As cordas que movem o conflito no Oriente Médio

Por Robert Fisk

Há uma mudança no mundo político, social e cultural do Oriente Médio. Criará muitas tragédias, levantará muitas esperanças e derramará demasiado sangue. Talvez seja melhor ignorar os analistas e seus think-tanks, cujos "especialistas” idiotas dominam os canais de televisão globais. Se os tchecos puderam (...)

, by Electronic Intifada

Egypt’s revolution and Israel: "Bad for the Jews"

Ilan Pappe

The view from Israel is that if they indeed succeed, the Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions are bad, very bad. Educated Arabs — not all of them dressed as "Islamists," quite a few of them speaking perfect English whose wish for democracy is articulated without resorting to "anti-Western" rhetoric (...)

, by IPS

Dams Threaten Aboriginal Tribe

By K. S. Harikrishnan

Over the years, the Kadars, a dwindling aboriginal tribe who live on the borders of the southern Indian states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu, have survived pestilences, extreme exploitation and even mass sterilisations. But a new government plan to build a hydroelectric dam across the Chalakudy (...)

, by SACSIS

First people still come second

By Glenn Ashton

Namibia, Namaqualand and the Namib Desert are all named after the first people who lived in that area, the Nama. Where are the Nama today? The reality is that they have largely become forgotten bit players in a complex world.
The indigenous people of various nations, descended from traditional (...)

, por IPS

Cazadores de la medicina perdida

By Humberto Márquez

Millones de enfermos de cáncer en el mundo podrán beneficiarse del medicamento taxol (paclitaxel), elaborado por laboratorios de Estados Unidos a partir de hongos como los de las montañas tepuy de Venezuela, sin retribuir nada a las comunidades indígenas que habitan esos paisajes desde tiempo (...)

, by IPS

Creation of native reserves slowed down under Lula

By Fabíola Ortiz

In Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva’s eight years as president of Brazil, he signed decrees creating just 88 indigenous reserves, far fewer than his immediate predecessors. That figure comes from the governmental National Indian Foundation (FUNAI) and the Indigenous Missionary Council (CIMI), which (...)

, par Vivagora

Révision des lois de bioéthique : Quels changements en vue ?

Par Evelyne Deret

Le Parlement entame cette semaine les débats sur la révision des lois de bioéthique de 2004. Après trois ans de consultation, le débat se cristallise sur trois points clés : la filiation, les inégalités d’accès à la procréation assistée et la gestation pour autrui. Doit-on s’attendre à une révision ou à de (...)

, par Journal du Mauss

Manifeste pour une société conviviale

1- Poursuivre autrement la construction du monde commun
Les activités humaines ont construit et continuent de construire et de faire vivre des sociétés, habitant la Nature pour en faire un monde commun. Les modalités de ces activités, la manière dont elles sont organisées constituent un outil – (...)

, by Frontline

Terrorism: Swami’s confession

Swami Aseemanand’s confessions on the involvement of Hindutva outfits in terror attacks leave investigating agencies red-faced. Whatever the final verdict on the reported confessions made recently by Swami Aseemanand, leader of Abhinav Bharat, a Hindutva extremist organisation, the fact is that (...)

, par Mouvements

L’autogouvernement zapatiste à la recherche d’une réunification des temps de la transformation sociale : reconstruire pour mieux détruire.

Par Yohan Dubigeon

Au lendemain de la chute de l’Union Soviétique, symbole de la prétendue défaite du marxisme, en pleine vague de "fin de l’histoire", le zapatisme avait suscité un vaste élan de sympathie. Mais qu’a-t-il réactivé, exactement ? Quelque chose d’entièrement nouveau ? Yohan Dubigeon montre ici ce que le (...)

, par ALAI

Le droit à l’enracinement, une nécessité de notre époque

Carlos Juliá

Cet article a été publié initialement en espagnol dans le n° 460 (novembre 2010) de la revue América Latina en Movimiento, intitulé Migraciones : Hacia la ciudadanía universal. Il a été traduit par Houria Lyoubi, traductrice bénévole pour rinoceros.
L’expulsion des travailleurs ruraux et leur (...)

, por NASSER Reginaldo

O Egito a caminho da revolução. O que fazer?

Agência Carta Maior

Aqueles que temem o crescimento do “islamismo radical” como fator de instabilidade nessa região, deveriam estar mais atentos em relação às “ditaduras amistosas” que, na verdade, são as principais responsáveis pela insegurança no mundo. Desemprego em massa, preços dos alimentos e repressão política é uma (...)