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Algerian Foreign Minister Ramtane Lamamra said today in The Daily Star that, “International organizations and experts” are set to monitor the upcoming April 17th presidential elections in Algeria. Lamamra, after a meeting in Cairo today with the Arab League said Continue →
A documentary film by a Tibetan filmmaker based in Washington DC has been adjudged winner of the Rising Star Award at the 2014 Canada International Film Festival that will be held on Ma
The latest blog from the Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation, available here, discusses the tendency of mediators to want their clients to get somewhere. So they try to get them somewhere. The transformative approach recommends that we abstain from trying Continue →
A GUIDE TO TWEETING FOR PEACE and SOCIAL CHANGE
Since its founding in 2006, Twitter has rapidly grown to be one of the most powerful online platforms for connecting hundreds of millions of individuals and organizations around the world. While the Continue →
GUIDE TO APPS FOR SOCIAL CHANGE
Dear Colleagues, One of the main goals of this site is to help practitioners, students, and scholars network, connect, and share best resources. This guide will look at some of the key issues Continue →
Dr.MADHU KRISHAN LAUNCHES “MISSION WOMEN EMPOWERMENT” – INTERNATIONAL WOMEN DAY CELEBRATION.
Posted on March 9, 2014by Academy Of Universal Global Peace
Updated 8 hours ago
MISSION WOMEN EMPOWERMENT - INTERNATIONAL WOMEN DAY CELEBRATION.
Dr. Madhu Krishan Founder & Chairman Of ” ACADEMY OF UNIVERSAL GLOBAL PEACE ” – Continue →
I am just back from the National Summit to Re-Assess the U.S.-Israel Special Relationship and will file reports of compelling remarks from speakers in days to come.
But I want to convey the importance of the conference here. The crowds were Continue →
100 women, mostly from Europe and the US, expected to enter Gaza by March 8 to celebrate International Women’s Day in solidarity with their Palestinian sisters in Gaza. As of now the majority of the delegation Continue →
President Vladimir Putin’s decision to send Russian military forces into the Crimean region of Ukraine earlier this month—on the basis of the claim that Ukraine’s discredited former President Viktor Yanukovich requested Russian intervention—has put the world on edge and created Continue →
The first day of spring is the beginning of a special time for Iranians and for other Persian and Kurdish speakers throughout the world as they celebrate Nowruz, the Iranian New Year. This is the time when families gather to Continue →
By Steven Youngblood, director, Center for Global Peace Journalism; Twitter @PeaceJourn
While Cyprus is certainly beautiful, we were reminded yesterday that we’re not here on vacation.
As we boarded our plane in London, we were greeted by about 30 UN Peacekeepers (Argentinians) Continue →
Jonny Miller & Dorothy Sanders
This is the first post in a two-part series on the cartographies time. Here, we explore one of the most fundamental assumptions in recent Western civilisation – our perception and measurement of time. We ask where Continue →
On Monday at 9:30 a.m. we expect orders from the March 7 Conference, followed by one or more opinions in argued cases at 10:00 a.m. The live blog will be available here beginning at 9:15. The next Conference is scheduled Continue →
55 marchers including an Indian supporter who left here on Feb. 8 for the Indian capital have reached their destination Sunday. Each marcher of the Tibetan Youth Congress, the largest pro – independence grou
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Adly Mansour, Egypt’s interim president signed a bill today aimed at regulating the upcoming presidential election and paving the way for Field Marshall Abdel Fattah el-Sisi to take part and win, according to Al-Jazeera. However, al-Sissi has not officially announced his intention to Continue →
By Daryl G. Kimball (UPDATED: March 9)
President Vladimir Putin’s decision to send Russian military forces into the Crimean region of Ukraine earlier this month—on the basis of the claim that Ukraine’s discredited former President Viktor Yanukovich requested Russian intervention—has put Continue →
The U.S. could save $16 billion by downsizing the strategic submarine fleet from 12 to 8 and still deploy a New START-size force.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel warned this week that “tough, tough choices are coming” if the Pentagon is Continue →
This is guest post by Professor T.V. Paul*
On March 5, 2014, the Nawaz Sharif government completed nine months in office, despite Pakistan’s continued economic crisis, chronic power shortages, and escalating sectarian violence. The military and the ISI are yet to Continue →
"Where the head is held high and mind is without fear”, wrote Noble Prize Winner and Renowned Poet Rabindranath Tagore.
Rabindranath Tagore doesn't need an introduction for any Indian. The nation respects him and his thoughts. However, today it turns out Continue →
Want to learn more about the crisis in the Central African Republic? Check out this story map created by Angela Chang, Amnesty USA’s Crisis Prevention & Response Advocate.
By Natalia Taylor Bowdoin, Amnesty USA’s Central African Republic Country Specialist
It’s a Continue →
Suspend the Israeli Football Association’s FIFA membership
Petition by Red Card Israeli Racism
London, United Kingdom
[To sign this petition, click the headline above for the Change.org page. 5,125 signatures at time of posting.]
Membership of the Israeli Football Association (IFA) should be suspended Continue →
Par Daniel Ozoukou Analyste Politique
Le droit de vote à fait l'objet de combat pendant des siècles pour qu'aujourd’hui : élites, hommes, femmes et jeunes puissent exercer ce droit. Depuis le 18è à nous il y a des progrès significatifs au sujet Continue →
Par Daniel Ozoukou Analyste Politique
L'analyste politique a débattut de ce thème à l'Université Catholique de Louvain Belgique
La démocratie présentée comme le pouvoir du peuple est de plus en plus mise en mal par des dérives et des abus de pouvoir. Continue →
What would it take to ensure that everyone in the world had access to clean water? I’m prompted to ask this question in response to a recent New York Times Magazine article, which focused on Charity: Water, an organization Continue →
The Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama said that the Chinese leaders with a thought that having a distinct language is an indicator of separatism are too narrow minded. He said the Chinese government clearly recognizes