This resource guide to Blogging for Social Change is designed to provide an introduction to what is a blog, to outline why PCDN individual and organizational members might want to actively undertake blogging, highlight some key success, as well highlight ethical issues and challenges that can arise that any blogger Continue →
This article is hilarious.
The lonely lot of the anti-pot crusader in the Washington Post.
McCormick says he knew of no group fighting the initiative, heard no opposition to it in his church and got no traction for his anti-weed views on his vibrant Twitter account, @blackmanhelping, where he opines on local Continue →
(dissemination is authorized) : Pressenza London Posted date: 23 July 2014 In: Middle East, Peace and Disarmament, Politics
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By Dr Meir Margalit, from Jerusalem
Until when will this useless strife continue?
Kenneth Boulding, English economist and philosopher, coined a concept called-”the sacrifice trap” which explains, in Continue →
John Oliver has a good extended piece on the prison system in America.Also in comedy-news video, the Daily Show has a segment on asset forfeiture. Good to see that issue being tackled on the Daily Show, although personally I found the segment to be unbearably puerile in Continue →
Twenty years on, the memory of the 1994 genocide, pervasive across Rwanda’s thousand hills, lingers on well beyond the country’s borders. It extends into the surrounding region where it is remembered as a shocking and unforgettable event.Last April, the world commemorated the Continue →