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A strong Granito: How a film changed Guatemalan history April 20, 2014 21:00

A strong Granito: How a film changed Guatemalan history

‘When any society goes through this kind of trauma, -genocide – if they don’t face that period, it remains a wound in the country’s [...]
 
Exploitation of workers in the “first” world: United Kingdom April 20, 2014 20:59

Exploitation of workers in the “first” world: United Kingdom

A recent report shows the UK among the top five countries in the world in terms of highest minimum wage, at £11,250 per year,  [...]
 
Latin American music connecting countries April 20, 2014 03:31

Latin American music connecting countries

Next Friday 25th of April, London will be witness the concert of Venezuelan guitarist Jose Luis Lara.   The free event will take place [...]
 
 
No more dictatorships April 20, 2014 02:59

No more dictatorships

Next Wednesday, 23rd of April, the Venezuelan Solidarity Campaign, hailing from North London will play host to an event speaking out against the extreme [...]
 
How and why the internet is under surveillance April 20, 2014 02:50

How and why the internet is under surveillance

On the 24th of April, via an online video conference, internet privacy and global surveillance expert Caroline Wilson Palow will be explaining the secret [...]
 
Television that stood up to Apartheid April 20, 2014 00:04

Television that stood up to Apartheid

London and Pretoria will come together on the 27th of April at the film premiere of “One Humanity”, a documentary which looks in detail [...]
 
 
Revolution and British fight, on film April 20, 2014 00:00

Revolution and British fight, on film

On April 26th, the City of Manchester will be hosting a public event showing two documentaries about protest movements around the UK.    The [...]
 
Unemployed in UK: haunted and driven into poverty April 13, 2014 18:42

Unemployed in UK: haunted and driven into poverty

The insensitive policies of the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) have left millions of unemployed people without help (the official statistics show only [...]
 
San José de Apartado: a model of peace… surviving the war April 13, 2014 17:00

San José de Apartado: a model of peace… surviving the war

They are trying to show that peace and justice can work. But the paramilitaries and the Army don’t accept this. Since 1997, 250 members [...]
 
 
Yehuda, Helga and other children of the Holocaust April 13, 2014 03:04

Yehuda, Helga and other children of the Holocaust

The story goes that in 1999 a group of students were left speechless upon discovering the forgotten story of Irena Sendler, a Polish woman [...]
 
Austrian Linkswende and the Marxism Festival in 2014 April 13, 2014 02:11

Austrian Linkswende and the Marxism Festival in 2014

The Marxism festival is a five day encounter, bringing together socialist groups from all over the world.   James Yasin   Marxism has been [...]
 
Bristol and its anarchist bookfair April 13, 2014 00:02

Bristol and its anarchist bookfair

On the 26th of April there will be a gathering on the theme of literary libertarianism, made up of a programme of chats, workshops [...]
 
 
Petition to remove Islamophobic candidate April 13, 2014 00:02

Petition to remove Islamophobic candidate

After posting satirical images of Jesus and Muhammad as well as responding aggressively to messages from members of the public, Maajid Nawaz, candidate in [...]
 
Muslim rituals in the Chinese desert April 6, 2014 04:22

Muslim rituals in the Chinese desert

The Brunei Gallery has delved deep into the desert paths of Xinjiang thanks to a photographic exhibition, which began a couple of days ago [...]
 
Paulo Freire: “Pedagogy of the oppressed” and working class April 6, 2014 03:55

Paulo Freire: “Pedagogy of the oppressed” and working class

His pedagogical proposals continue to revolutionise educational systems around the world. In Scotland, the effect can be felt through a variety of adult education [...]
 
 
 

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