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, par Combat Monsanto

"Le Burkina Faso est le cheval de Troie des OGM en Afrique"

Interview de Ousmane Tiendrébéogo, secrétaire général du SYNTAP

Ousmane Tiendrébéogo, secrétaire Général du Syndicat National des travailleurs de l’Agro-Pastoral (SYNTAP), syndicat agricole burkinabé, toute filière, militant pour un Burkina sans OGM, était en France ces deux dernières semaines (juin 2011) à l’invitation d’Artisans du Monde-Rhône Alpes. Combat Monsanto (...)

, by Ciranda (EN)

Taoufik Ben Abdallah: Brazil’s experience can inspire Tunisia

The Tunisian Taoufik Ben Abdallah has lived in Dakar for many years. As the news about the conflict in Tunisia began to spread, he was working on the organization of the World Social Forum, whose next edition was taking place in that Senegalian capital. As member of the International Council of (...)

, par Alliance Sud

Dialogue entre Alliance Sud et Nestlé sur la Colombie

Alliance Sud et Nestlé sont engagées depuis cinq ans dans un processus de dialogue à haut niveau, novateur à plusieurs titres. Alliance Sud a mené deux missions d’enquête sur Nestlé en Colombie. Il en a résulté des améliorations concrètes, même si la discorde de fond entre la multinationale et les (...)

, por Observatório de Favelas

Cúpula dos Povos

Por Thiago Ansel

Nos dias 1º e 2 deste mês, 150 representantes da sociedade civil de 27 países do mundo se reuniram no Rio de Janeiro para anunciar a realização, em 2012, da Cúpula dos Povos da Rio+20 por Justiça Social e Ambiental. O evento acontecerá em paralelo à Rio+20, Conferência das Nações Unidas sobre (...)

, by CETRI

Large-Scale mining to test rights of nature

By Carlos Zorrilla

Ecuador is the only Andean nation without any large-scale metallic mines (such as gold and copper). This unique state of affairs is about to be tested in the next few weeks when the Correa government signs exploitation agreements with Chinese and Canadian transnational miners looking to exploit (...)

, por Red del Tercer Mundo

Ricos, pobres, infelices…

Por Roberto Bissio

Ética y psicología de la desigualdad.
La distancia entre ricos y pobres se acorta en América del Sur y se agranda en Estados Unidos. Un estudio que acaba de publicar el think tank independiente Economic Policy Institute, con sede en Washington, muestra que el uno por ciento más rico de los (...)

, par Rencontres Sociales

ESS et logiciel libre, synthèse de la conférence

Par Frédéric Sultan

Nous publions ici la synthèse de la conférence qui se tenait en amont des Etats Généraux de l’ESS. Elle a été rédigée par Bastien Sibille, coordinateur de l’AI2L.
Trois enjeux ont selon nous traversé les discussions : l’information des acteurs de l’ESS quant aux enjeux logiciels et à l’importance (...)

Libertés économiques et droits de l’homme

Sous la direction de Véronique Champeil-Desplats et Danièle Lochak, Editions, Presses Universitaires de Paris Ouest, 290 pages, 20€
Comment s’articulent les droits de l’homme et les libertés économiques au sein des systèmes juridiques ? En ce début de 3 millénaire la question revêt une (...)

, by SACSIS

France BRICS up emerging economies

By M K Bhadrakumar

Former United States secretary of state Henry Kissinger once complained that Europe didn’t have a single telephone number. He didn’t know who to turn to as the authentic voice of Europe. The same can be said today about BRICS, the grouping that has come to personify the best and the brightest (...)

, por Outras Palavras

Política africana do governo Lula

Por Pedro Matos

A política externa do governo Lula, ao contrário da política externa de FHC, emergiu num viés de desalinhamento em relação ao consenso do “Atlântico Norte”, como alternativa de recupearr a capacidade de negociação (VIZENTINI, 2006). Tomando o conceito “eixo horizontal” trabalhado pela Peccequilo (2008), (...)

, by Common Dreams

Gaza’s economic crisis reflects the indignity of occupation

By Michelle Chen

While governments in Europe and the U.S. scramble to boost jobs and revive markets, one country in the “developed” world is striving to pauperize an entire society.
The Gaza Strip is both an occupied territory and a no man’s land; its disenfranchised population has for years remained trapped (...)

, by Pambazuka

Water and privatisation in Africa

Special issue on water and water privatisation in Africa produced as a joint initiative of the Transnational Institute, Ritimo and Pambazuka News. This special issue is also being published in French.
Contents:
Africa: access to water and privatisation - Why proclaim access to water a (...)

, by Pambazuka

The cost of adding carbon credits to clean water

By Shiney Varghese

This article is part of a special issue on water and water privatisation in Africa produced as a joint initiative of the Transnational Institute, Ritimo and Pambazuka News. This special issue is also being published in French.
Linking carbon credits to clean water initiatives as a means of (...)

, by Pambazuka

Pollution: Africa’s real resource curse?

By Khadija Sharife

This article is part of a special issue on water and water privatisation in Africa produced as a joint initiative of the Transnational Institute, Ritimo and Pambazuka News. This special issue is also being published in French.
A Tanzanian gold mine leaks polluted water into a major river. A (...)