Education

04.03.2016

Honduras: Goldman Environmental Prize winner Berta Caceres killed

Honduras: Goldman Environmental Prize winner Berta Caceres killed

Berta Caceres, who won the 2015 Goldman Environmental Prize, has been shot dead at her home in the town of La Esperanza, the killing done by two assailants who broke into her home, says a member of her group, the Indian Council of People’s Organizations of Honduras. Fellow activist Tomas Membreno said in a… »

18.02.2016

Global Week of Action Against Gun Violence

Global Week of Action Against Gun Violence

  Join the Global Week of Action Against Gun Violence: 1-8 May 2016 Dear IANSA members and friends, We are pleased to announce the dates for this year’s Global Week of Action Against Gun Violence: 1–8 May 2016. This week has been chosen to give IANSA members sufficient time… »

15.02.2016

Do the new elections in Uganda mean renewed and increased ritual murders?

Do the new elections in Uganda mean renewed and increased ritual murders?

Milena Rampoldi, ProMosaik e.V.: New elections in Uganda are to be held imminently. It is most likely that the  president of the country, Yoweri Museveni, who is running for his seventh term will remain president of Uganda, as usual, after these elections. However, I am not concerned about who will be the… »

03.02.2016

Occupy London Tours

Occupy London Tours

February 2016 Programme Forget Jack the Ripper and the London Dungeons, we show you the murky side of the capital’s more recent past.! Occupy London Tours is a free alternative tour company, run by volunteers, who want to throw open the secretive world of finance and politics for… »

03.02.2016

The Right Livelihood College

The Right Livelihood College

Disseminating and strengthening wisdoms and skills for a positive future “The Right Livelihood College aims to be five things – a hub, a catalyst, an incubator, a multiplier and an accelerator of links between universities and the work of Right Livelihood Laureates, an interactive link between academics and activists.”… »

30.01.2016

Nepal: ‘The mind is everything. What you think, you become.’

Nepal: ‘The mind is everything. What you think, you become.’

Rojina Bajracharya, a Python developer from Bhaktapur, Nepal, is the first winner of Toptal Scholarships for Female Developers. Python is becoming a widely used general-purpose but high-level computer programming language somewhat akin to C++ or Java. Its merit is code readability; it allows programmers to express concepts in fewer lines… »

14.01.2016

Deprived of School, ‘Future of 24 Million Children in Conflict Zones under Threat’

Deprived of School, ‘Future of 24 Million Children in Conflict Zones under Threat’

  Human Wrongs Watch Nearly 24 million children living in crisis zones in 22 strife-torn countries are being deprived of a school education, threatening their own future and that of their societies, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) on 12 January 2016 reported “Children living in countries affected… »

11.01.2016

Africa Focuses on Women Rights, Reaffirms Solidarity with Sahrawi People in Struggle for Self Determination

Africa Focuses on Women Rights, Reaffirms Solidarity with Sahrawi People in Struggle for Self Determination

Human Wrongs Watch The African Union (AU) will hold it 26th Summit from 21st to the 31st January 2016, at the AU Headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The theme of the Summit is: “2016: African Year of Human Rights with particular focus on the Rights of Women.”… »

11.01.2016

Copehu: “Rescuing the human character in the act of teaching and learning”

Copehu: “Rescuing the human character in the act of teaching and learning”

Two questions were essential to the call of this fourth meeting: how to rescue the deep meaning of education, in the act of teaching, to each one of us? Is this meaning related to vocation? With that each one can contribute with the expression of a new vision that is… »

28.12.2015

Culture, Education and Human Solidarity

Culture, Education and Human Solidarity

Human Wrongs Watch By John Scales Avery* 29 December 2015 Cultural and educational activities have a small ecological footprint, and therefore are more sustainable than pollution-producing, fossil-fuel-using jobs in industry. Furthermore, since culture and knowledge are shared among all nations, work in culture and education… »

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