Eat the Rich? Wealth Inequality Explodes

The world’s 26 richest people possess the same wealth as the poorest 50%, a figure estimated to be 3.8 billion people

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Human Rights Watch, 2017 WORLD REPORT 

Human Rights Watch (HRW) have recently launched their World Report 2017 – Events of 2016

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FRONT LINE DEFENDERS. The Human Rights Defenders Report 2016

The Dublin-based HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS launched their Annual Report on Human Rights Defenders at Risk in 2016, January 5th 2017

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Mensaje internacional contra las medidas de excepción carcelarias 0

RECHAZO A LA POLÍTICA CARCELARIA La declaración «En el camino de la paz», lanzada con la firma de doce personalidades referenciales de los derechos humanos, pide abandonar la dispersión, la doctrina 197/2006 y la persecución a la labor política Iñaki

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Túnez, la revolución 0

Bernabé López García José Daniel Fierro y Alma Allende (Santiago Alba Rico). Descargar reseña en PdfJóse Daniel Fierro y Alma Allende (Santiago Alba Rico). Túnez, la revolución. Sedicciones 28. Editorial Hiru. Hondarribia 2011.ISBN: 978-84-96584-41-9La ventaja de Internet, que es la

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El aporte de Frantz Fanon dentro del proceso de liberación de los pueblos 0

IV encuentro Afrodescendientes y las Transformaciones Revolucionarias en América y el Caribe Mireille Fanon-Mendès France Fundación Frantz Fanon Fanon, que se trate de la locura, del racismo o del “universalismo” confiscado por los poderosos, no cesa, en el fondo de

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Arundhati Roy: ‘They are trying to keep me destabilised. Anybody who says anything is in danger’ 0

The Booker prize-winning novelist on her political activism in India, why she no longer condemns violent resistance – and why it doesn’t matter if she never writes a second novel Stephen Moss Arundhati Roy. Photograph: Sarah LeeThis is not an

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Papua New Guinea: Serious Abuses at Barrick Gold Mine 0

Systemic Failures Underscore Need for Canadian Government Regulation February 1, 2011 © 2010 Brent Stirton/Getty Images for Human Rights Watch We interviewed women who described brutal gang rapes by security guards at Barrick’s mine. The company should have acted long

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Egypt: Impunity for Torture Fuels Days of Rage 0

New Government Should Prosecute Police Abuses, Make Clean Break With Torture During a demonstration in Alexandria, protesters hold pictures of 28-year-old Khaled Said, beaten to death on the streets of Alexandria by two undercover police officers on June 6, 2010.

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Human Rights Watch World Report 2011 0

The Misuse of Dialogue and Cooperation with Rights Abusers  Kenneth Roth, executive director © 2010 Sarah Shatz  United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon talks with China’s President Hu Jintao in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on November 1,

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