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Category: Human Rights

The Politics of Hunger

October 19, 2008

“Hunger is a political problem. We have enough food. It is not a question of doubling the amount of supermarkets. The question is how much money it takes to buy…

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Holding Electronics Industry Responsible

October 12, 2008

Without mobile phones modern communication seems impossible. The total number of mobile telephone subscriptions reached 3.3 billion in 2007. More than 1.1 billion mobile phones were manufactured worldwide that same…

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Companies Commiting War Crimes

October 11, 2008

Should there be a death penalty for corporations severely violating human rights? Or would house arrest be preferable? These and many other contemporary questions were discussed the passed three days…

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China Attempts to Stifle NGO Statement on Tibet

September 29, 2008

This report demands widespread understanding and recognition. I offer it in full. Monday, September 29, 2008 1:03 AM From: “Tibetan UN Advocacy” <> China Attempts to Stifle NGO Statement on Tibet (Phayul)…

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LEAVING FEAR BEHIND: How you can help

September 14, 2008

Leaving Fear Behind You can help by linking to the tabs below. Home Press release Downloads Film-makers Filming for Tibet Media coverage Take action WHEREABOUTS OF THE FILMMAKERS Dhondup Wangchen was…

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Tibet: Beyond Fear

September 14, 2008

New television documentary “Tibet: Beyond Fear” April 18th, 2008 With opening words by the Chairman of ICT’s Board Richard Gere, “Tibet: Beyond Fear” documents the remarkable courage of Ngawang Sangdrol, a…

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Leaving Fear Behind

September 13, 2008

News updates AUGUST 8TH.  New Delhi:  Detained filmmaker’s wife and brother appeal to IOC and Chinese government. AUGUST 6TH.  Plain-clothed Chinese PSB agents disrupt press conference scheduled to release the Tibetan made…

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Chief George Manuel Memorial Indigenous Library

The library is dedicated to the memory of Secwepemc Chief George Manuel (1921-1989), to the nations of the Fourth World and to the elders and generations to come.

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