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TransConflict is pleased to present two proposals that could provide the basis for a compromise solution to the north of Kosovo:
- Kosovo – a possible compromise on customs and the North - by Gerard Gallucci - Finding a compromise solution on customs and the North – one that would…Continue
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Susanta Biswas, a reputed documentary film maker from Kolkata, completed the making of two documentary films on the success stories under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Gurantee Act, popularly known as NREGA. The Act aims at enhancing the livelihood security of people in rural areas by guaranteeing hundred days of wage-employment in a financial year to a rural household who volunteer to do unskilled manual work.
Susanta Biswas documentary titled '…Continue
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The Executive Director of Consolidated Youth for Peace & Development a Pro-Democracy Youth-led organization in Liberia, Mr. James Koryor has cautioned youths across Liberia to remain peaceful as they prepare to go to the pool on October 11, 2011. The Youth Advocate made the assertion on Monday October 3, 2011 when he spoke to cross section of young people in the Borough of New Kru Town in Montserrado County.
Mr. Koryor stated that gone are those days when young people were looked…Continue
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The Somali Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) concerns the deadly attack against Somalia students outside the office of the ministry of higher education in Mogadishu today.
A heavy bomb blast has killed at least 115 people most of them were students and their parents and many others…Continue
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How-matters.org is featuring two posts today as part of the Girl Effect Blogging Campaign.
Part 1 discusses how grassroots organizations, as powerful actors that find and reach marginalized girls, are key to unlocking girls’ potential.
Because they are embedded in the communities they…Continue
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Please join HasNa on November 13 at 8:00 p.m. at the Avalon Theater for the special Washington, DC premiere of the international award-winning film Cogunluk (Majority).
Cogunluk is the remarkable story of a young man's journey navigating the fault lines of family relationships, social norms, love, and the expectations of "the majority". The film daringly approaches the most critical topics in contemporary Turkish society…
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Palma Joy Strand- ... To begin with, Andrea…Continue
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This month's mensch is the shaved-headed, benignly smiling figure you see above. The one on the right. In the suit. Detective Jeff Thompson, NYPD.
Jeff became a mediator with us about five years ago, and his boundless energy, intellectual curiosity, and passion for peace have made him a deservedly recognized figure in our…Continue
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Ex: Jonathan Power
Subject: Who is the enigma- Putin or Clinton?
Date: October 4th 2011.
Winston Churchill said that "Russia is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma”. But even if that is true is that a reason for the way the West has treated Russia since the end of the Cold War?
A good example at hand is the hand wringing, on occasion verging on apoplexy, that Western commentators have exhibited over…Continue
No one ever though Ben Ali, Mubarrak or Gaddaffi would be removed from power by mere civil uprising. Truly people have the power! powerful african leaders must understand that once the basic needs of the lay man isnt addressed, the social inequality is not addressed, the cost of living continues rising and other serious economic depressions keeps looming then that becomes a timed bomb. it is important to note that most political crisis arises from economic ones. address the basic needs of…Continue
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Remarks at Take Back the Dream conference, October 3, 2011.
For videos of this speech and of remarks by Derrick Crowe and Jo Comerford click here: http://warisacrime.org/content/rebuild-dream-streets
Back around May or June a bunch of us announced plans for this coming Thursday, October 6th, to occupy Freedom Plaza in Washington, D.C., not for a march or a rally, and not for a day or a…
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