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The massacre in Gaza one year on June 30, 2015 08:32

The massacre in Gaza one year on

On the 8th of July it will be one year since 2,200 Palestinians were murdered. To mark the date, Friends of Al Aqsa are [...]
 
The Left in Spain turns its back on Latin America June 22, 2015 23:52

The Left in Spain turns its back on Latin America

Emerging parties like Podemos are attempting to distance themselves from the revolutionary process in Latin America as a result of the smear campaign carried [...]
 
“We are many”… The greatest protest in history May 17, 2015 10:08

“We are many”… The greatest protest in history

This documentary captures the moment when a global rally against the Iraq war took place, and shares analysts’ opinions of the disaster. The film [...]
 
 
Facing forward and keeping eye contact April 26, 2015 19:10

Facing forward and keeping eye contact

At the London Book Fair 2015, where Mexico featured central stage, I could look in the eye, again, some of the realities of my [...]
 
Enrique Peña Nieto is not welcome March 1, 2015 04:04

Enrique Peña Nieto is not welcome

The Mexican president will meet with the UK Prime Minister on Tuesday, March 3rd. That same day, human rights protesters will demand justice for [...]
 
Ayotzinapa is not yet over February 28, 2015 21:24

Ayotzinapa is not yet over

What happened in Iguala brought the subject of missing people to the fore, a scourge that transcends the incident in Ayotzinapa, which today has [...]
 
 
Iñigo Errejón: “Podemos is not giving up on ideology” February 28, 2015 21:21

Iñigo Errejón: “Podemos is not giving up on ideology”

The Political secretary of the party defines it as “neither left wing nor right wing”, he sees self-determination of the people as legitimate and [...]
 
Against fascism and xenophobia February 7, 2015 18:28

Against fascism and xenophobia

The presence of far-right parties in the European Parliament as well as in other national parliaments is growing. With this presence comes racism. Unite [...]
 
2015: the year to save the Earth February 2, 2015 17:23

2015: the year to save the Earth

This Thursday, February 5th, a public meeting climate change will take place in Oxford before the national march scheduled for next month.   Under [...]
 
 
The Ecuadorian challenge:  Free university… for all! January 25, 2015 21:53

The Ecuadorian challenge: Free university… for all!

This is the opinion of Guillaume Long, who has been the cause of an educational earthquake in Ecuador which was so strong it produced [...]
 
An ultra-violent machine to impose radical Islam: ISIS January 12, 2015 22:08

An ultra-violent machine to impose radical Islam: ISIS

Behind the explosion of ISIS terror attacks in Syria and Iraq is a well-designed machine. One that’s been built over the years, with one [...]
 
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 [...]
 
 
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 [...]
 
Venezuela, the intervention of the USA, and the spirit of Chavez October 4, 2014 23:14

Venezuela, the intervention of the USA, and the spirit of Chavez

On 4th October the annual meeting against American intervention in Venezuela will take place. The late president of the country will, of course, be [...]
 
Women: Someday priests or… Popes? June 28, 2014 20:00

Women: Someday priests or… Popes?

Febes, Persis, Priscilla, Tryphena, Mary, Eunice and Lois were some of the women who, according to scriptures, were the best allies of St Paul [...]
 
 
 

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