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Every individual has her or his own right to choose his own believe, his or her own sexual orientation, his or her own way of life, equally women and men, people of all skin colors, nations, ethnics; the only limit to the own freedom, is not to hurt the freedom of others.

“After the immigrants, you’re next.” That’s what was written on flyers that appeared this week in the gay clubbing district of Athens. As violence against immigrants and ethnic minorities escalates across Greece, supporters of the ultra-right Golden Dawn party have also begun to promote hate attacks on homosexuals and people with disabilities.

Black shirts and Swastikas: The return of European fascism. Laurie Penny: It’s not rhetoric to draw parallels with Nazism: Actual fascists in actual black shirts are waving swastikas and murdering ethnic minorities in Athens. “After the immigrants, you’re next.” That’s … Continue reading

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Socialist International Congress in Cape Town: President of Socialist International, George Papandreou says: “We want to regulate tax havens. Tax havens are basically robbing people, robbing countries of resources that they own. There are huge amounts of money, $21 trillion in tax havens.””The voice of the Socialist International must be heard today more than any other time before, particularly, because of the challenges that face the world today – on matters of governance, on matters of rights of people, on matters of democracy, on matters of economic development and indeed on matters of poverty, inequality and unemployment that face the world,” says South African President Zuma.

Zuma urges Socialist International Congress to be more active Saturday 1 September 2012 17:05 SABC South Africa’s President, Jacob Zuma.(SABC) TAGS: Jacob Zuma Socialist International Congress Cape Town Cape Town International Convention Centre Leadership Governance Democracy Economic Development Poverty Inequality … Continue reading

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Spanish workers occupy a Duke’s estate and turn it into a farm: Earlier this week in Andalusia, hundreds of unemployed farmworkersbroke through a fence that surrounded an estate owned by the Duke of Segorbe, and claimed it as their own. This is the latest in a series of farm occupations across the region within the last month.

Spanish workers occupy a Duke’s estate and turn it into a farm Earlier this week in Andalusia, hundreds of unemployed farmworkersbroke through a fence that surrounded an estate owned by the Duke of Segorbe, and claimed it as their own. This … Continue reading

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Yemen’s Food Crisis: 10 Million Starving – As it currently stands there are no two ways about it, Yemen is no longer on the brink of a catastrophic food crisis, but rather is now in the midst of a food catastrophe.But Yemen’s food crisis does not only represent a threat to Yemenis, but much more importantly it represents a threat to various actors in the region and the wider world, ranging from neighbouring oil-rich, but moral-poor Saudi Arabia to the ever-more self-interested United States. This is because Yemenis across the country but particularly in the South have lost faith and trust in their government; beyond this they are no desperate for any support from anyone willing to help them. When the central government is unable to provide for its people, help reduce inflation and meet the most basic of security, extremist organisations such as Ansar al-Sharia are monopolising on the dire economic reality by providing the most basic of needs including food and in turn gain their trust. In mid-2011, the conflict escalated in the southern governorate of Abyan, which led to the displacement of over 100,000 persons to Aden. In addition, over 400,000 internally displaced persons and war-affected individuals in Yemen’s northern region continue to be in dire need of emergency assistance. Today, 22 percent of the population requires external food assistance, nearly double the number in 2009.

With the world’s media attention focused on Yemen’s fight against Al-Qaeda, you would probably be forgiven for not knowing that Yemenis are facing the worst hunger crisis since records began. The term ‘food insecurity’ is increasingly being associated with the … Continue reading

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Israel condemns South Africa for re-labelling of West Bank products South African ambassador summoned over move to label items as coming from occupied Palestinian territories not settlements. A diplomatic row has been growing as Israel summoned the South African ambassador to explain his country’s decision to label products from West Bank settlements as coming from the occupied Palestinian territories.”This is in line with South Africa’s stance that recognises the 1948 borders delineated by the United Nations and does not recognise occupied territories beyond these borders as being part of the state of Israel.” In 2010 the archbishop emeritus Desmond Tutu likened the treatment of Palestinians to the injustice of racial apartheid, urging a South African opera company to cancel its tour of the Israel. Last week South Africa’s deputy foreign minister Ebrahim Ebrahim recommended against visiting Israel. “Israel is an occupier country which is oppressing Palestine, so it’s not proper for South Africans to associate with Israel,” he told City Press newspaper. “We discourage people from going there except if it has to do with the peace process.” An international boycott of South Africa in 1980s was a crucial factor in forcing the apartheid regime to eventually surrender power. Israel was one of the last countries to sign up to the campaign.

Israel condemns South Africa for re-labelling of West Bank products South African ambassador summoned over move to label items as coming from occupied Palestinian territories not settlements David Smith in Johannesburg guardian.co.uk, Thursday 23 August 2012 16.11 BST Jump to … Continue reading

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Smack of post-colonial arrogance in media-comments in Britain about Ecuador, after they give Asylum to Juilan Assange and its president! The arrogance bred into the British from an early age is possibly best summed up by Cecil Rhodes, the great coloniser of southern Africa: “Remember that you are an Englishman, and have consequently won first prize in the lottery of life.” But the British, in particular, have to do more than just demonstrate balance and evidence; after centuries of lording it over the world, they have to learn respect. Often, that will mean treating foreigners not just as equals but – as in the case of Correa, who has a PhD in economics, and whose commitment to poverty reduction is evidenced by his work with poor communities at a young age – considerably more.

Ecuador’s dismissive media portrayal smacks of post-colonial arrogance The Assange case has sparked much comment about Ecuador and its president – most of it deeply unenlightened Share24 Email Despite winning two successive elections, Ecuador’s president, Rafael Correa, has been described … Continue reading

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Le « projet d’éthique planétaire » est porté par les convictions essentielles suivantes : • pas de paix dans le monde sans paix entre les religions ; • pas de paix entre les religions sans dialogue entre les religions ; • pas de dialogue entre les religions sans une recherche sur les principes à l’intérieur de chaque religion.

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