Outrage

Escrito por  |  4 / September / 2013
Militarización en el Bajo Aguán, Honduras. Fotografía de Giorgio Trucchi.

In Honduras, there is an institutional crisis and society lives in an atmosphere of panic. Isn’t it ironic that we’re being attacked by the same forces the government says are responsible for guarding our personal integrity and our lives?

Community Defenders Celebrate 4th Anniversary Blockade of Proposed Hydroelectric Project on Oaxacan Coast

Escrito por  |  3 / September / 2013
Manuel Sánchez Riaño, Paso de la Reina resident and member of COPUDEVER

Community human rights defenders from Paso de la Reina, Oaxaca have organized to successfully block the imposition of a hydroelectric dam project on the Rio Verde for four years now.

The Obama Arms Bazaar Threatens Security and Human Rights

Escrito por  |  28 / August / 2013
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Media accounts of U.S. arms sales have focused on assistance to Egypt and Syrian. What are the consequences of this policy for global security and human rights?

Venezuela on the move: Breaking dependency on oil profits

Escrito por  |  24 / August / 2013
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Venezuelan society organized in movements to defend territories is the dynamic factor in making change, and in weaving a new kind of social relations.

INVITATION: August 21, “Independent Communication in Social Movement Building”

Escrito por  |  17 / August / 2013
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The Americas Program invites you to the panel discussion: “Independent communication in Social Movement Building”.

The Price of Immigration Reform is Steep

Escrito por  |  14 / August / 2013
Hunger Strike Against Workplace Immigration Enforcement

As the Senate passes its comprehensive immigration reform bill, it’s important to remember that workers and immigrants have never made significant progress in gaining rights in the U.S. without a fight.

On Anniversary of Autonomy, Zapatistas Welcome Students to “the Little School”

Escrito por  |  14 / August / 2013
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The Zapatista Good Government Boards turned ten and throughout the five Caracols in the state of Chiapas, villages celebrated the gains made over a decade of indigenous autonomy and self-government.