Disadvantaged, orphaned, and poor rural children do not have the opportunity to participate in school activities that most other children are afforded. VFCD has established a small class of these children so they will have a chance to receive a basic education that will help them to later…Continue
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The conference was convened under the title, “The Return Generation Knows the Path”. Thousands of Palestinians participated in the annual event, which was attended by delegations from various European countries. A number of Palestinian politicians, community leaders and other public figures participated in the event. They came from locations either in the occupied Palestinian territories or the Diaspora. European MPs, activists, journalists and representatives of various NGOs also took…Continue
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Dear Friends I request you please help our American brothers and Sisters in this hard time (Alabama Damage tornado damages) You help and kind concern will be highly appreciated.
Regards, love and Peace Rashad Javed
Former: chairman Hope Development Organization (NGO) Pakistan.
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Cross-posted from TechChange BlogBy Ally Krupar
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Whether you think of HTML as a familiar friend or a terrifying alien monster, we can all agree that sometimes code just takes too much time. In an attempt to help a friend build her web presence, and …Continue
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Dear friends and colleagues,
I hope this email finds you well and enjoying the lightness of Spring, and the change she brings with…
Caucasus Conflict Voices is a voluntary grassroots initiative to amplify alternative views on the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed territory of Nagorno Karabakh. Thursday 12th May will…Continue
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The recent walk to work protests is an indication of a state of affairs in the country requiring urgent action by government. It suggests a governance gap that requires concerted reforms and not piecemeal action. The state security’s violent response to the protests is not only short term but a catalyst for future violence. Contrasted with the first three weeks of the Campaign the walk on 5th May was not disrupted by police and as a result did not result in…Continue
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This practice note explains the importance of using a conflict-sensitive approach to land policy and land governance in conflict-prone or conflict- affected contexts. It offers guidelines and principles on how…
Israel has used a covert procedure to cancel the residency status of 140,000 West Bank Palestinians between 1967 and 1994, the legal advisor for the Judea and Samaria Justice Ministry's office admits, in a new document obtained by Haaretz. The document was written after the Centre for the Defence of the Individual filed a request under the Freedom of Information Law.
The document states that the procedure was used on Palestinian residents of the West Bank who travelled abroad between…Continue
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Reasonably Coherent on Voice of Cape FM
I recently did a talk show on a radio station here in Cape Town, South Africa. We talked about how peace journalism and community development go hand in hand, among other things. To hear a mediocre copy of this broadcast, go to http://captain.park.edu/syoungblood/voice%20of%20cape%20show.mp3
Farewell to Uganda, Part…Continue
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In 1997, Arundhati Roy's first novel The God of Small Things made her the first Indian woman to win the prestigious Booker Prize. More than six million copies of the book were sold worldwide.
Since then, she has turned her pen to politics. During the Bush…Continue
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What the PCDN is doing cannot be appreciated enough; we can only say so much about the 'hub'.
Keep the fire burning!!!
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Indefinite Hunger Strike for Manja Bridge
A Joint Press Statement
The Manja Hidim Teron village Bridge is a life line for 35 villages; more than 2000 children alone go to schools and colleges besides a number of people. The bridge is under construction for the last 20 years. Organisations like Manja Youth Forum, Manja Students Forum and Manja welfare society took up the cause with the support of thousands of people. On…Continue
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on 17th May 2011
A Press Statement
On 17th May,2011 people in Manja will start a collective hunger strike for a genuine need of 20…Continue
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New website (May 8, 2011)—the Collected Writings of Stefan Pasti (at www.writingsofstefanpasti.net )
1) To provide more information about who I am, and how I arrived at building The IPCR Initiative
2) to share what resources I have with others who can make good use of them (all documents are accessible for free)
3) to illustrate to beginning writers that the long and winding path ahead for them may…Continue
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