Where i born that is a very small town now in jharkhand state town name is chaibasa ,
That time i think total population of this village might be within 3oooo -40000 .We were six sister and five brothers a big joint family house was approximately 6000 squire meter area . We had always three four cows ,few servants and their…Continue
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- By Yadab Bastola
Brief history about Nepali Politics
Nepal has been a seething cauldron of political change for almost 20 years now. Tectonic political changes have occurred in Nepal over last six decades. The political system has gone through five major transformations in this period of time. Before 18 February, 1951, Nepal was governed by an autocratic Rana family dictatorship. It was…Continue
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Six weeks of study, in theory and practice. The course covers the basic concepts for the development of peace villages, using Tamera as an example. The world is rocked by turbulence: riots and wars in…Continue
CALL for PAPERS: Istanbul Conference - Human Security: New Challenges, New Perspectives
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...Peacebuilding is a new approach to ending war, and it's becoming a global buzzword. It's different from peacemaking, which brings politicians around a table to hammer out a peace deal. And it's different from peacekeeping, which sends foreign soldiers to monitor peace agreements, separate warring…Continue
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The UN's Yr. 2000 Millennium Global Development conference set what were considered "totally achievable" goals & objectives, for substantial reductions in Mortality/Morbidity rates in various sectors.
They then gave those most responsible for performance in these various, specialized areas until the year 2015 to achieve…Continue
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2011has so far witnessed the continuous upsurge in the demands of common people for their collective freedoms of expression, assembly and the right to make political decision that can bring change in any country, violating the human rights of innocent people.
What can be seen as a peoples´revolution can also be translated as a way to the control of the natural resources and the political decision making body of a country, through the creation of support groups fighting for their…Continue
A Day Without Dignity is a counter-campaign to TOMS Shoes A Day Without Shoes “awareness raising campaign” i.e. commercial. Today Saundra Schimmelpfennig at Good Intentions Are Not Enough is asking people from areas that receive shoe drops and other forms of charity, the…Continue
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The European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation (EIUC) is a main European Academic institution supported by the EU and formed by 41 European Universities. EIUC organises the Venice Academy of Human Rights that will take place from 11 to 16 July in Venice (Italy).
The programme is dedicated to the topic “Human Rights and the Cosmopolitan Idea(L)”. The Academy offers interdisciplinary (Law, Philosophy, Sociology, Political Science,…Continue
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...Peacebuilding is a new approach to ending war, and it's becoming a global buzzword. It's different from peacemaking,…
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The first Keystone Partner Survey is a ground-breaking initiative to measure the performance of northern NGOs. It summarises feedback from over 1,000 of their southern partners, who told the northern NGOs exactly what they thought about them. Because the data was quantified, the northern NGOs could benchmark their performance and pinpoint where they were doing well and where they should improve.