Human Rights

Aleida Guevara: “Revolutions cannot be exported” December 14, 2014 02:43

Aleida Guevara: “Revolutions cannot be exported”

Aleida Guevara, daughter of Che, assures The Prisma that the communist regime will continue in Cuba, beyond the Castro family. She sees the formation [...]
 
The disappeared students: Mexico says… “No more!” December 14, 2014 02:42

The disappeared students: Mexico says… “No more!”

Hundreds of people are demonstrating every day in Mexico and other countries to protest against the disappearance of 43 students from Ayotzinapa at the [...]
 
The Guatemalan woman: discriminated on all fronts November 30, 2014 04:58

The Guatemalan woman: discriminated on all fronts

Guatemalan women face discrimination from their communities, from organisations and even from the government itself which, in their opinion, tries to silence them.   [...]
 
 
“It’s hypocritical  and violent to criminalise immigrants that come to UK”: Trenton Oldfield November 30, 2014 04:19

“It’s hypocritical and violent to criminalise immigrants that come to UK”: Trenton Oldfield

Despite the fact that historically, the greatest number of immigrants have been Europeans, today they are doing all they can to block the entry [...]
 
Women & girls in Guatemala: poor, hungry and persecuted November 16, 2014 21:18

Women & girls in Guatemala: poor, hungry and persecuted

The majority are born poor, many are destitute. They suffer institutionalised discrimination against their families. They are marginalised in front of their brothers, fathers [...]
 
One month on… The impact of the murder of Paul Medina November 16, 2014 21:18

One month on… The impact of the murder of Paul Medina

Bullets from drug-trafficking hit men, which last month took the lives of this journalist and his young assistant Antonia Almada, have drawn an invisible [...]
 
 
Debates on contemporary feminism November 16, 2014 02:06

Debates on contemporary feminism

A new series debates will be held on the 20th of November in London in support of feminist culture and women’s rights.   Brick [...]
 
Abused men: invisible and also forgotten in this century November 13, 2014 02:07

Abused men: invisible and also forgotten in this century

  The media silence on men affected by domestic violence is the greatest difficulty facing a problem that has some countries showing statistics of [...]
 
Athletes with consciences November 3, 2014 16:45

Athletes with consciences

Displays of celebrity support in current conflicts are often suppressed by sanctions and institutions. In many cases, celebrities can have an explosive impact on [...]
 
 
Impunity and its social roots October 26, 2014 12:16

Impunity and its social roots

In November IFEX is organising an international campaign to end impunity for crimes against journalists. And impunity concerns everyone, as long as the powerful [...]
 
Ludovic-Mohamed Zahed: It’s dangerous to be a gay Imam” October 19, 2014 23:54

Ludovic-Mohamed Zahed: It’s dangerous to be a gay Imam”

This progressive imam is convinced that the rejection faced by homosexuals in the majority of  mosques in the West comes from the manipulation by [...]
 
Muslim and gay: when your faith is your enemy October 19, 2014 23:52

Muslim and gay: when your faith is your enemy

Violence is a part of everyday life for some LGBT Muslims, and not only the type of physical violence doled out on the streets [...]
 
 
Abdullah Al-Andalusi: “Gay marriage makes no sense” October 19, 2014 23:50

Abdullah Al-Andalusi: “Gay marriage makes no sense”

An expert in the Islamic world, and defender of the principles of the Q’uran, this son of a Portuguese mother and a North African [...]
 
Seven days to eliminate hate crime October 17, 2014 01:03

Seven days to eliminate hate crime

Every year since 2012 “National Hate Crime Awareness Week” has been celebrated. It is an event to commemorate victims of hate crime, killed in [...]
 
Homeless & spikes October 4, 2014 00:00

Homeless & spikes

Demonstrations carried out by activists have served to eliminate the sharp studs installed in certain parts of England. The 130,000 signatures collected by activist [...]
 
 
 

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