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Index October – December 2013

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2013-10-01: Wall Street to Planet Earth: We Don’t Mind and You Don’t Matter;
2013-10-02: Ms. Kalashnikov: The Women Rebels of Congo;
2013-10-02: West may fail to bring Syrian opposition to Geneva talks in time – Lavrov;
2013-10-03: Chaos in Rome: Berlusconi Tricks Spark Fear in Europe;
2013-10-04: The resource curse, or the paradox of poverty from plenty;
2013-10-05: Diplomatic Meddling? President Maduro takes action against the U.S. State Department;
2013-10-06: farmlandgrab.org’s weekly newsletter;
2013-10-07: American exceptionalism as exemplified by US international lawlessness;
2013-10-08: From Pension Fund Socialism to Pension Fund Capitalism?
2013-10-08: Demokratischer Kapitalismus?
2013-10-09: United Nation’s calendar of all conferences and meetings;
2013-10-10: Sudanese women: you can beat us but you cannot break us;
2013-10-11: On Shutdown, Waning US Influence, Syrian Showdown;
2013-10-12: MA in Human Rights Education;
2013-10-13: Syria: Executions, Hostage Taking by Rebels;
2013-10-14: Saving African dictators from the ICC;
2013-10-15: Time to get food system back: Farmers locked in pesticide treadmill bring no yield;
2013-10-16: Fighting the Stupid Revolution;
2013-10-17: US: Are Black teachers becoming extinct nationally?
2013-10-18: To Be a Syrian Refugee in Egypt;
2013-10-19: Premalatha’s story – plus HR courses;
2013-10-20: A Nation Brought to the Verge of Ruin;
2013-10-21: The Big Debate;
2013-10-22: Fresh Leak on US Spying: NSA Accessed Mexican President’s Email;
2013-10-23: In Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples;
2013-10-24: World needs to turn plans to end child labour into urgent action;
2013-10-25: The troubled path to Geneva;
2013-10-26: Elusive stability;
2013-10-27: less work,
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2013-11-06: Congo’s M23 rebels call off revolt;
2013-11-08: Dialogue à Genève: Cultiver la Paix;
2013-11-10: The Kids Britain Doesn’t Want;
2013-11-14: INMANNED America’s Drone Wars;
2013-11-19: The Aristocrats: BBC 1999, Full;
2013-11-22: You Have 28 Thousand Days;
2013-11-26: Computer Hackers;
2013-11-28: la naissance du mal;
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2013-12-03: mixed links on my dashboard, in en/fr/de;
2013-12-06: Nelson Mandela – 18 July 1918 – 5 December 2013;
2013-12-15: Local Communities vs Economic Development in Ecuador;
2013-12-20: Green Rush: How big agriculture is carving up Africa for industrial farmland;
2013-12-30: Luxemburg, Lenin, Levi: Rethinking Revolutionary History;
2013-12-31: some December-links on my dashboard.
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See also:
all articles sorted chronologically, 2007 – 2011;
second page – all articles sorted chronologically – 2012 ff …;

Index September 2013

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2013-09-01: Snowden leaks: NSA conducted 231 offensive cyber-ops in 2011, hailed as active defense;
2013-09-02: Syria: If Britain is unwilling to help the rebels, it should open its doors to Syrian refugees;
2013-09-03: Globe-trotting universities serve diplomacy and markets, not democracy;
2013-09-04: Yousef Alhelou reporting from Gaza;
2013-09-05: And Then There Was One;
2013-09-06: Humanitarian Links;
2013-09-07: This Bombardment of Syria Clichés Shows No Sign of Stopping;
2013-09-08: Welcome to Britain: Go Home or Face Arrest;
2013-09-09: with Noam Chomsky;
2013-09-10: Commentary: A future for the Brotherhood?
2013-09-11: Why Bernie Sanders Opposes U.S. Strike on Syria;
2013-09-12: 2 videos on civil disobedience;
2013-09-13: THE WORLD SET FREE;
2013-09-14: Can Africa tell its own stories?
2013-09-15: Teachers Striking Back in Chicago;
2013-09-15: Let Your Life Be a Friction to Stop the Machine;
2013-09-16: After Fukushima;
2013-09-17: Bold Swiss Ballot Plan Tries Economic Democracy;
2013-09-17: Shocking Confession;
2013-09-18: WHO (World Health Organization) refuses to publish report;
2013-09-18: Dirk Müller;
2013-09-19: Terence McKenna;
2013-09-20: Humanitarian Murder;
2013-09-21: They’re free, independent and ready to party in Chiapas;
2013-09-22: Beating Swords Into Solar Panels;
2013-09-23: Misconstruing a UN report;
2013-09-24: International Day of Peace;
2013-09-25: Mad, Mad, Mad World of At-Will Work;
2013-09-26: Patrick Bond on the Global Economy;
2013-09-27: UK: Buses may not be sexy, but they are a lifeline for our poorest citizens;
2013-09-28: Military Tatoos;
2013-09-28: EUPOLY;
2013-09-29: Egypt: The right gamble;
2013-09-30: The USA and Saudi Arabia: a monstrous relationship.

See also: all articles sorted chronologically; and second page – all articles sorted chronologically – 2012 ff ….

Index August 2013

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2013-08-01: Chris Hedges;
2013-08-01: raus aus der Euro-Falle;
2013-08-02: blow the whistle, face life in jail: progressives slam verdict in Manning case;
2013-08-03: US: The Great Eviction;
2013-08-03: Gesichter der Armut;
2013-08-04: When we were Woodstock (3);
2013-08-05: Beyond the Double Standard: Towards a Real Liberation Politics;
2013-08-06: A Path Forward for Egypt’s Revolution;
2013-08-06: Max Uthoff;
2013-08-07: Bradley Manning verdict convicts Washington;
2013-08-08: Convos With My 2 Year Old daughter;
2013-08-08: Comment la Faim tue toutes les 4 secondes;
2013-08-09: The Crime of the Century;
2013-08-10: We Won’t Pay: Greek activists reconnect power to poverty-stricken homes;
2013-08-11: Tanzania: Smallholder farmers lose in most govt programmes;
2013-08-12: Merkel’s European Failure: Germany Dozes on a Volcano;
2013-08-13: Muslim Brotherhood treats children as pawns. Where’s the outcry?
2013-08-14: Angela Davis on YouTube;
2013-08-15: Vijay Prashad on YouTube;
2013-08-16: UK – Left Unity: Comparing the Platforms;
2013-08-17: Treating EVERYONE like a potential terrorist weakens our ability to protect America;
2013-08-18: 5 Steps That Offer the Best Hope For Egypt’s Future;
2013-08-19: A riven nation: No fear of death;
2013-08-20: Malawians brace for another year of hunger;
2013-08-21: Trafficking handicapped children and the economy of misery;
2013-08-22: The Fearless One: Rape Trial Galvanizes India;
2013-08-23: Doctors sound alarm on child fitness and health;
2013-08-23: Kein Knebelgesetz für Afghanistans Frauen;
2013-08-24: FEMNET’s Herstory: Advocating for the rights of African women;
2013-08-25: Manning’s Biggest Revelation of All;
2013-08-26: New learning opportunities on children’s rights;
2013-08-27: Manning should be praised;
2013-08-28: Pinching pensions to keep Wall Street fat and happy;
2013-08-29: Civil Disobedience as Law Enforcement;
2013-08-30: Aging Together: A New Way to Avoid Late-Life Loneliness, Part 1;
2013-08-31: Venezuela: the Commune has to be the new Economic Power.

See also:
all articles sorted chronologically;
second page – all articles sorted chronologically – 2012 ff

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Index July 2013

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2013-07-01: To the streets, anyway;
2013-07-02: US-Taliban talks: a lesson for Kagame and Museveni;
2013-07-03: Glenn Greenwald Speaks Out;
2013-07-04: The structural problem of misogyny;
2013-07-05: Egypt’s Revolution: Between The Streets And The Army;
2013-07-06: Embarrassing holes as US govt rests case against Bradley Manning;
2013-07-07: Made in Bangladesh: Greed, Globalization and the Dhaka Tragedy, Part 1;
2013-07-08: Everybody in Guantanamo has been tortured or abused, former detainee;
2013-07-09: Suppressed FREE Energy Device is Finally Exposed, After 100 Years!
2013-07-09: Animation de communautés de recherche philosophique CRP;
2013-07-10: Sense, sensibilities and spying;
2013-07-11: Report: Chavismo After Chávez, What Was Created? What Remains?
2013-07-12: Interview with Carol Strickman, from Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity;
2013-07-13: Learning the Right Lessons in Egypt;
2013-07-14: Malala Yousafzai’s diary inspires other Pashtun girls yearning for education;
2013-07-15: Tearing Down the Ivory Tower: a Defense of Vocational Education;
2013-07-16: The Silent Humanitarian Crises Beyond East Africa;
2013-07-17: Anti-Black racism and the expansion of sexual citizenship;
2013-07-18: Zimmerman’s Acquittal and the Call for a New Civil Rights Movement;
2013-07-19: The American Prospect: a Challenge to Teach for America’s Corporate Orientation;
2013-07-20: The Peak Prosperity Video Channel;
2013-07-21: Egypt’s inexorable revolution;
2013-07-22: US Courts Approve Indefinite Detention and Torture;
2013-07-23: People of colour like me have been painted out of working-class history;
2013-07-24: Increasing Attacks: Piracy Shifts Coasts in Africa;
2013-07-25: Immutable Egypt-Gaza bonds;
2013-07-26: Growing threat of radical rebels infiltrating ranks of Syrian rebels;
2013-07-27: Arab Peoples are heading toward Defeat, Decline, and even Suicide;
2013-07-28: Big Mama and the Massacre: ICC’s Reputation at Risk in Kenya;
2013-07-29: Lessons for Brazil from South Africa;
2013-07-30: Hunger in Africa: the Swazi Study;
2013-07-31: Hardwired Inequality in America.

Index June 2013

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2013-06-01: Distorted Stats: Europe’s Youth Unemployment Fallacy;
2013-06-02: … on poverty and more …;
2013-06-03: Everyday Anarchist: The Modern Success;
2013-06-04: Bradley Manning;
2013-06-05: The Poor People’s Campaign: Our Next Steps;
2013-06-06: Notes from an NYC Occupier in Taksim Square;
2013-06-07: World Environment Day 2013: Five Ways to Preserve Food and Prevent Waste;
2013-06-08: What inspires Turkey’s protest movement?
2013-06-08: CETRI: 4 conférences au mois de juin 2013;
2013-06-09: China-Africa relations: looking beyond the critics;
2013-06-10: Bradley Manning: Prisoner of Conscience;
2013-06-10: MGF;
2013-06-11: Education;
2013-06-12: ECB Case at High Court: The Bundesbank Is Playing a Dangerous Game;
2013-06-13: Court Order Reveals Unprecedented Government Surveillance of Verizon Cell Phone Customers;
2013-06-14: Soher Ebrahim, Egyptian Girl, 13, Dies After Illegal Female Genital Mutilation FGM;
2013-06-15: Germany and the euro: The euro zone looks anxiously to Karlsruhe;
2013-06-16: Chemical, used by Monsanto, found in urine of Europeans – study;
2013-06-17: Putting the Culture Back in Agriculture;
2013-06-18: We need to overturn the system;
2013-06-19: The Making of a Global Security State;
2013-06-20: Khadamas for Sale: Child Exploitation Bonanza;
2013-06-21: GMO and Monsanto Roundup: Glyphosate Weedkiller in our Food and Water?
2013-06-22: Christian Saviors and the Adoptions Industry in Congo;
2013-06-23: UK Spying Scandal Even Bigger Than In U.S.;
2013-06-24: Trapped in Apulia: Europe’s Deepening Refugee Crisis, Part 1;
2013-06-25: Loud and Clear: Women’s Rights In Action;
2013-06-26: Prisons Full of Innocents;
2013-06-26: NSPCC launches helpline to protect girls from female genital mutilation FGM;
2013-06-27: The land of the blind: The illusion of freedom in America;
2013-06-28: 6 Mind-Blowing Stats;
2013-06-29: World order unjust and immoral! Ecuador’s Correa rips into Snowden coverage;
2013-06-30: World’s Most Evil And Lawless Institution? The Executive Branch Of The U.S. Government.

Index May 2013

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2013-05-01: A lethal cocktail for Africa;
2013-05-02: May Day 2013, workers of the world unite;
2013-05-03: The Life and Death of Words, People, and Even Nature;
2013-05-04: Back to basics;
2013-05-05: Divers In Paradise;
2013-05-06: Missed Opportunity? Hopes Pinned on NSU Trial May Be Dashed, Part 1;
2013-05-07: The Climate of Capitalism;
2013-05-08: UNRISD Conference: The true potential of the social and solidarity economy;
2013-05-09: Ai Weiwei Interview: I Want To Put Up a Fight, Part 1;
2013-05-10: Cuba: Letter to Fidel from FAO Director General;
2013-05-11: Mexican Worker-Run Tire Factory a Success;
2013-05-12: New Study Claims: Over 250,000 Died From 2011 Somalia Famine, U.S.-Al Shabaab Savagery To Blame;
2013-05-13: Good-bye Dubai? Bombing Iran’s Nuclear Facilities …;
2013-05-14: Who are the real criminals?
2013-05-15: Austerity Has Lost All Credibility & Threatens Social Upheaval;
2013-05-16: As Europe is provincialized: a reply to Etienne Balibar;
2013-05-17: Mother Brings Baby Back to Life With Two Hours Of Loving Cuddles;
2013-05-18: Portugal’s Left Bloc Confronts Austerity;
2013-05-19: It’s time for Spain’s indignados to grow up;
2013-05-20: free or imposed Aid: help or meddling;
2013-05-21: Female Genital Mutilation FGM is not cultural, it’s violence;
2013-05-22: Challenging the Claim that Microfinance Loans Result in Poverty Reduction;
2013-05-23: Miracle in the Sahara: Oasis Sediments Archive Dramatic History, Part 1;
2013-05-24: Reinventing Guatemalan History;
2013-05-25: Tales in a Kabul restaurant;
2013-05-26: Declaration of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America ALBA;
2013-05-27: HEADLINES MANUFACTURING CONTEMPT;
2013-05-28: UK must hold separate inquiries into Iraqi civilian deaths, High Court rules;
2013-05-29: Cereal Banks Protect Against Famine and Empower Women Across the Sahel;
2013-05-29: The NHS clinics helping victims of genital mutilation;
2013-05-30: Signs of the Coming Revolution in America’s Education System;
2013-05-30: Ethiopia’s Bogaletch Gebre wins King Baudouin Prize;
2013-05-31: Upcoming human rights e-learning courses, June-July 2013.

Index April 2013

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2013-04-01: Learning Outcomes Assessments: A Human Rights Perspective briefing;
2013-04-01: Sénégal: des députés pour l’abandon de l’excision2013-04-02: Challenges of the BRICS;
2013-04-03: Reducing unemployment: Lessons from Germany;
2013-04-04: Request for Proposal RFP no. LRQS-AMA-2013-9106153;
2013-04-05: Kamalpha – Computerized Literacy Centre;
2013-04-05: KAMALPHA – CENTRE D’ALPHABÉTISATION PAR ORDINATEUR CAO;
2013-04-06: Monsanto announces huge profits despite public backlash;
2013-04-07: Making Disaster Pay;
2013-04-08: GLOBAL INVESTIGATION: Inside the Offshore Global Money Maze;
2013-04-09: NATO in the Arctic: Cowboys and Indians redux?
2013-04-10: Secret Pakistan;
2013-04-10: Female genital mutilation: the UK must act now;
2013-04-11: The Homeless Tunnel People That Live Under The Streets of America;
2013-04-12: Punishing children for poverty;
2013-04-13: good links remaining on my dashboard;
2013-04-14: Angela Davis, Freedom and the Politics of Higher Education;
2013-04-15: Bank-money and the betrayal of democracy;
2013-04-16: Chávez’s legacy, African solidarity and the African American people;
2013-04-17: Tribute to Chris Hani on the 20th anniversary of his assassination;
2013-04-18: Bleak future for Central African children;
2013-04-19: War on Whistleblowers;
2013-04-20: Reform in Egypt must start with women;
2013-04-21: UNICEF: U.S. kids worse off than many of their Western counterparts;
2013-04-22: Nicaragua Notes: The Watchmen, the Hunters and Gatherers, the Street Vendors;
2013-04-23: Built (Not) to Last: Hackerspaces Resurrect Broken Appliances;
2013-04-24: India/Chhattisgarh: The Bastar Land Grab;
2013-04-25: The United States shows its contempt for Venezuelan democracy;
2013-04-26: Why the Tsarnaevs? Why not?
2013-04-26: toujours l’excision/les MGF;
2013-04-27: Tackling female genital mutilation taboo in Birmingham;
2013-04-28: India: POSCO versus people’s claims;
2013-04-29: Egypt: Judgement day;
2013-04-30: A Grand Coalition for austerity in Italy.

Index March 2013

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2013-03-01: India: Over 100 Million Stop Work;
2013-03-02: Strike Debt, Imagine Life;
2013-03-03: Sustainable intensification – miracle or mirage?
2013-03-03: Lutte contre l’excision: des efforts restent encore à fournir en Guinée;
2013-03-04: Western Sahara occupied, Africa re-colonised;
2013-03-04: Indre-et-Loire – Justice: La jeune lycéenne échappe à l’excision;
2013-03-05: The Greek Catastrophe: economic progress built on rotten political foundations;
2013-03-06: Afghan women unleashing their business potential;
2013-03-07: New Funding Group calls for 100 more WikiLeaks;
2013-03-07: Côte d’Ivoire: Quatre personnes condamnées pour pratique d’excision à Danané;
2013-03-08: Storming the Corridors of Power: A Manifesto for Working Women;
2013-03-09: One billion women and men rising … for a better world;
2013-03-10: Chávez’s Chief Legacy: Building with People an Alternative Society to Capitalism;
2013-03-11: The hidden crisis: Women, social reproduction and the political economy of care in Africa;
2013-03-12: Britain: How can women win liberation?
2013-03-12: Londres s’investit dans la lutte contre l’excision;
2013-03-13: Combating the Under-Representation of Women in the Media;
2013-03-14: Bradley Manning: US Army like child torturing ants with a magnifying glass;
2013-03-15: A campaign against FGM Female genital mutilation;
2013-03-16: Water for Africa;
2013-03-17: watch The Real Baltimore on these videos;
2013-03-18: Cheney’s legacy in Iraq;
2013-03-19: Talk to Al Jazeera with Nur Misuari: We had to fight for it;
2013-03-20: Housing Bubble II: But This Time It’s Different;
2013-03-21: UN Resolution 2093 endorses state building mission for Somalia;
2013-03-22: about US vs.IRAN;
2013-03-23: The Last Letter: A Message to George W. Bush and Dick Cheney From a Dying Veteran;
2013-03-23: Excision: Loué par les exciseuses, ce mode opératoire qui bouscule la vision de la lutte;
2013-03-24: Introducing Brics From Above, And Brics-From-Below;
2013-03-25: New battle lines;
2013-03-26: No joke for establishment parties;
2013-03-27: US: Monsanto Protection Act slips silently through US Congress;
2013-03-28: Kurdish Independence: Negotiations with Turkey Are a Dead End;
2013-03-29: Monsanto Bullies Small Farmers Over Planting Harvested GMO Seeds;
2013-03-30: Corporatism or the true face of terrorism;
2013-03-31: The Truth About Apprenticeships.

Index February 2013

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2013-02-01: Behind the mask;
2013-02-02: Political lessons of the Athens subway strike;
2013-02-03: Can Egypt become an emerging democracy?
2013-02-04: Senators release blueprint for Obama’s immigration reform;
2013-02-05: Syrian town begins a return to civilian life;
2013-02-06: No jobs and no workers? Strange contradictions of capital accumulation in Australia;
2013-02-07: Mariages forcés ou précoces et excision des jeunes filles;
2013-02-07: Boots on the ground in the Sahel: Drugs, the new alternative economy of West Africa;
2013-02-08: Majoring in minors: Turning our schools into totalitarian enclaves;
2013-02-09: Serious political activism is a lifelong endeavor;
2013-02-10: Happy Birthday, Educator: Ten Easy Lessons on How Not to be a Sucker;
2013-02-11: Is The International Student Movement The Future Of Global Organizing?
2013-02-12: How One CA County Clerk Stopped Prop 37′s Oversight Recount;
2013-02-13: Campus Fightbacks in the Age of Austerity;
2013-02-13: UN spécial MGF/FGM;
2013-02-14: CRANS MONTANA FORUM: AFRICA & SOUTH-SOUTH COOPERATION;
2013-02-14: NON à l’excision;
2013-02-15: End the war on women;
2013-02-15: L’excision menace encore des fillettes en France, surtout pendant les vacances;
2013-02-16: Bank of America Bombshell: Whistleblowers Reveal Orchestrated Coverup and Massive Borrower Harm;
2013-02-16: Comment combattre l’excision;
2013-02-17: Child Brides;
2013-02-17: Mutilations génitales féminines: 13 filles excisées à Watinoma dans la Sissili, cinq personnes aux arrêts;
2013-02-18: Strategizing to Defeat Control Unit Prisons and Solitary Confinement;
2013-02-18: les mutilations génitales féminines en débat;
2013-02-19: Some things that should NEVER be PRIVATIZED in a Democracy;
2013-02-19: Saint-Denis/(France): ici, les chirurgiens réparent l’excision;
2013-02-20: Corporations, investors grabbing land and water overseas;
2013-02-21: Profiting From Human Misery;
2013-02-22: Cooperatives: Egypt’s farmers sowing the seeds of an agricultural revolution;
2013-02-22: L’excision est un crime contre l’humanité;
2013-02-23: Protection of the Citizen;
2013-02-24: Diseases spreading in Syria as WASH systems collapse;
2013-02-25: Wall Street, Banks, Politics;
2013-02-25: proPhilo ouvre ses portes;
2013-02-26: Our Money, Banks, Politics;
2013-02-27: Credo Mutwa;
2013-02-28: Videos about conflict in Mali;
2013-02-28: Today Bradley Manning to take stand to justify WikiLeaks releases.

Index January 2013

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2013-01-01: IRAQ: No future for al-Qaeda’s children;
2013-01-01: 2013 Fireworks;
2013-01-02: Corporate Hijacking of Food and Agriculture;
2013-01-03: Education policies hitting teachers’ morale, poll finds;
2013-01-04: Golden Arches and Broken Dreams: American Cities Drown in Debt;
2013-01-04: En Égypte, le spectre du retour de l’excision;
2013-01-05: Ndiyindoda: I am a man;
2013-01-06: Ken Robinson: RSA Animate – Changing Education Paradigms;
2013-01-07: Special report UK: Female genital mutilation, unreported, ignored and unpunished;
2013-01-08: European Master’s Degree in Human Rights and Democratisation 2013/2014;
2013-01-09: RSA Animate – The Power of Outrospection;
2013-01-10: I fought for my life … and won;
2013-01-11: Cloud surfing: US surveilance act grave threat to EU sovereignty;
2013-01-11: GERMANY and FRANCE, half a century of friendship;
2013-01-11: Rencontre & Soirée poétique avec ISSA MAKHLOUF,
2013-01-12: Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood: Who Really Holds the Reins in Egypt?
2013-01-13: How We Liberated A House;
2013-01-13: Excision / MFG en Afrique;
2013-01-14: Child recruitment by armed groups in Central African Republic;
2013-01-15: For people doing projects in the developing world;
2013-01-16: As Fracking Moratorium Nears Expiration, Activists Vow Civil Disobedience;
2013-01-17: Child Malnutrition: Need to rethink the strategy and focus more on Adolescent Girls;
2013-01-18: Rutherford Institute calls on Virginia General Assembly;
2013-01-19: still about land grab;
2013-01-20: The Lack of Critical Class Consciousness;
2013-01-21: Syrian children paying terrible price;
2013-01-22: Water Grabbing to Follow Food Speculation?
2013-01-23: USA: How To Defend the Public Sector;
2013-01-24: The African-American Army;
2013-01-25: MLK’s legacy and the labour movement;
2013-01-26: Democratic Republic of Congo DRC;
2013-01-27:  Performance videos;
2013-01-27: Exhibition at the United Nations Geneva UNOG;
2013-01-28: Is political sovereignty possiblewithout energy sovereignty?
2013-01-29: Tuttu’s Children: Episode 3, Getting to the heart of leadership;
2013-01-30: Whither Tahrir dreams?
2013-01-31: Algiers, a city where France is the promised land – and still the enemy.

Index December 23012

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2012-12-01: Project EDEOS.org, digital education;
2012-12-02: Retail in developing countries: Selling sisters;
2012-12-03: UK: Legal Services for Children;
2012-12-03: Père Maroun Attalah: Au-delà des identités meurtrières;
2012-12-03: Annemasse, ville en train de devenir partenaire de la Genève Internationale;
2012-12-04: Free Transit and Beyond;
2012-12-05: Palestine 2012: Gaza and the UN Resolution;
2012-12-06: In Tahrir, the beginning and End of a Pharaoh;
2012-12-07: Islamist Intimidation: The Battle for the Future of Tunisia, Part 1;
2012-12-08: Mali: the fight for the north;
2012-12-09: We Plant a Seed, We Grow Our Future;
2012-12-09: Filles et garçons, l’enjeu des différences;
2012-12-10: The Left in Government, a strategic project;
2012-12-11: Cautious Hope: A Moment of Dialogue in the Chaos of Congo;
2012-12-12: Ban FGM worldwide;
2012-12-13: Military Mission: Paris Pushing for Risky Intervention in Mali;
2012-12-14: more about Food Crisis and the Global Land Grab;
2012-12-15: Poverty and Social Exclusion Rising in Greece;
2012-12-16: 97% Owned;
2012-12-17: The story of Zimbabwe’s Marange diamonds: Pollution, Politics, Power;
2012-12-18: Workers in 10 countries call for an end to the silencing of workers at walmart;
2012-12-18: Verschuldung, Arbeit, Eurobetrug, Medienmanipulation;
2012-12-19: The five pillars of the growing inequality in the U.S.;
2012-12-20: Could you survive on $2 a day?
2012-12-20: La France signataire du Protocole facultatif au Pacte international relatif aux droits économiques, sociaux et culturels PIDESC;
2012-12-21: Message from the WSIS Team;
2012-12-21: Introduction d’une école communautaire au Bade-Wurtemberg (Germany);
2012-12-21: Upcoming courses on children’s rights;
2012-12-22: A Global Perspective on American Child Deaths;
2012-12-22: Youth Consultation: Addressing Inequalities in the Post-2015;
2012-12-23: Conference: Human Rights and Democracy in Action;
2012-12-23: Mutilations Génitales Féminines – au Nigéria et ailleurs;
2012-12-24: christmas songs;
2012-12-25: Religious freedom at a crossroads;
2012-12-26: Post-revolution policing;
2012-12-27: Wild Carpathia 2011 Land of Dracula;
2012-12-28: Esclave à cinq ans;
2012-12-28: Senate set to approve FISA spying bill;
2012-12-29: Workers in the Global North: A Labour Aristocracy?
2012-12-30: La Belle Verte;
2012-12-31: The Miracle of Wenchi: Ethiopian Kids Using Tablets to Teach Themselves.

    Index November 2012

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    2012-11-01: the Creature from Jekyll Island;
    2012-11-02: Skating on thin ice;
    2012-11-03: A catastrophic hour;
    2012-11-04: Stirring up racist hate for political gain;
    2012-11-05: The Presidential Election and the Prospects for a Decent Future;
    2012-11-05: The Bilderbergs … and we the others;
    2012-11-06: Investments and Pension reforms around Africa: Wake up, domestic giants;
    2012-11-07: Malawi: Courageous Move to Suspend Anti-Gay Laws;
    2012-11-08: The Name of the Hurricane Is Climate Change;
    2012-11-09: Can China get old and rich at the same time?
    2012-11-10: Book comming next: Domestic Workers Across the World;
    2012-11-11: Unrequited Love;
    2012-11-12: Food World;
    2012-11-12: Female Genital Mutilation FGM;
    2012-11-13: Intruding Upon the Constitution by the Religious Right;
    2012-11-13: Mutilation Génitale Féminine MGF;
    2012-11-14: Out of the Margins: Shifting Demographics Change Face of US Campaigns, Part I;
    2012-11-15: The constitution goes to the vote;
    2012-11-15: 3ème Salon des Métiers de l’Humanitaire;
    2012-11-16: Beyond Regulators’ Grasp: How Shadow Banks Rule the World;
    2012-11-17: What Does It Mean that Residents in All 50 States Have Filed Petitions to Secede?
    2012-11-18: Germany or Bust: Southern European Jobseekers Head North in Droves;
    2012-11-18: Geschichte Europas;
    2012-11-19: Life in Bangladesh;
    2012-11-20: Human rights learning as a way of life;
    2012-11-21: Global governance requires localising global issues;
    2012-11-22: The Real Scoop on Papa John’s and Obamacare;
    2012-11-23: Bahrain repressed protesters with West’s tacit approval;
    2012-11-24: MGF: ABANDON DE TOUTES LES FORMES D’EXCISION À DJIBOUTI;
    2012-11-24: Concert de soutien contre l’excision avec Flash Nardin’;
    2012-11-25: Planet to sell / Planète à vendre;
    2012-11-26: Playing For Change;
    2012-11-27: Should Africa Repay its Odious’ Debts?
    2012-11-28: Morsi’s Grab for Power: Egyptian Revolutionaries Take on Radical Islam;
    2012-11-29: Cooperatives in Spain as an instrument to face unemployment;
    2012-11-30: World Energy Report;
    2012-11-30: EXCISION / MGF.

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    2012-10-01: The New Germans: Immigrant Children’s Complicated Search for Identity – Part 1;
    2012-10-02: Julian Assange Declared Enemy of the State;
    2012-10-02: Droits de l’enfant et secteur privé;
    2012-10-03: Noam Chomsky on world’s ownership and progress;
    2012-10-04: Nikola Tesla’s unlimited free energy forever;
    2012-10-05: Is Iran Telling Us Something We Don’t Want To Hear?
    2012-10-06: The road to inequality is paved with low-paying jobs (2 charts);
    2012-10-07: Julian Assange supporters plead to keep £140,000 bail money;
    2012-10-08: Black Financial and Fraud Report;
    2012-10-09: Issues That Obama and Romney Avoid;
    2012-10-09: encore et toujours les MGF;
    2012-10-10: The Crisis of Education as a Public Good;
    2012-10-11: India’s fratricidal caste divisions;
    2012-10-12: A New Global Architecture for Sustainability Governance;
    2012-10-13: Financial Crime in London’s Parasites Paradise, or the Best Sanctuary Money Can Buy;
    2012-10-14: Relaxing and Healing Music – for Peace;
    2012-10-15: South Africa’s Eastern Cape, a thorn in Zuma’s side;
    2012-10-16: Back in Africa;
    2012-10-17: diving memories with a leopard shark;
    2012-10-17: Living Alone: The Rise of Capitalism and the Decline of Families;
    2012-10-18: Lifting the Veil on NRO Satellite Systems and Ground Stations;
    2012-10-19: An Unnecessary Death in New York;
    2012-10-20: Iranian-Americans’ California dreaming;
    2012-10-21: Lenin on Anarchism and Opportunism;
    2012-10-22: Verdict in Somali Hijacking Case;
    2012-10-22: Majid Majidi’s Address To Istanbul World Forum;
    2012-10-23: CAMEROUN: ON EXCISE ENCORE CHEZ NOUS;
    2012-10-23:  Fighting female genital mutilation: one Kurdish village at a time;
    2012-10-24: Human Rights Education – several programs in action;
    2012-10-25: World’s super rich almost unaffected by debt crisis;
    2012-10-26: An Experiment in Radical Education;
    2012-10-27: Two Fridays and beyond;
    2012-10-28: Tourism tips;
    2012-10-29: India against corruption but Indians for corruption;
    2012-10-30: 150 years since the Emancipation Proclamation;
    2012-10-31: Analysis: The win-win potential of microinsurance for migrants;
    2012-10-31: Hurrican Sandy.

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    2012-09-01: Didi refuses to acquire land for AIIMS;
    2012-09-01: Humanitarian Law;
    2012-09-02: Marikana miners: The massacre of our illusions;
    2012-09-03: Why Bondholders Can’t, and Shouldn’t, be Paid: Wall Street’s War on the Cities;
    2012-09-04: China or bust;
    2012-09-05: Recycling Architecture;
    2012-09-06: No woman should be missed out;
    2012-09-07: Migrants from Europe bringing girls to tolerant Britain for genital mutilation;
    2012-09-07: Excision: 100.000 FCFA pour un clitoris coupé;
    2012-09-08: Labor Day Without Jobs: Exposing the Job Creator Fraud;
    2012-09-09: Egypt: Getting it together;
    2012-09-10: The Dirty Business of Cleaning Cars;
    2012-09-11: Myths About Industrial Agriculture;
    2012-09-12: Germany gains from Spain’s brain drain;
    2012-09-13: Africa: Building Africa’s Green Economy;
    2012-09-14: Greater efforts vital to prevent grave violations against children in conflict;
    2012-09-15: Incarceration of Indigenous Women;
    2012-09-16: 9/11-linked cancers to be covered by Zadroga Act;
    2012-09-17: Islamists vs secularists on constitution;
    2012-09-18: Female Genital Mutilation FGM – in Egypt and the U.S.;
    2012-09-19: Committee on the Rights of the Child opens its sixty-first session;
    2012-09-20: Early Marriage 1 and 2;
    2012-09-21: Zero Point, FULL MOVIES;
    2012-09-22: India announces big bang economic reforms;
    2012-09-23: Africa: Education Holds the Key to Africa’s Development;
    2012-09-24: Moyen orient et désinformation;
    2012-09-24: A Muslim need not break or burn;
    2012-09-25: QE3 Another Fed Give Away to the Banks;
    2012-09-26: OSCE/ODIHR launches new human rights education guidelines for law enforcement officials and secondary school systems;
    2012-09-26: … et toujours les MGF dans les media …;
    2012-09-27: High Level Side Event on Female Genital Mutilation;
    2012-09-28: Oxfam Action Corps: Growing a Better Food System through Action and Conversation;
    2012-09-29: A funny thing happened on the way to the teaching of neoclassical economics;
    2012-09-30: VENEZUELAN ELECTIONS REACHING CRITICAL STAGE.

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    2012-08-01: Behind the Great Firewall of China;
    2012-08-02: Paleo Festival Nyon 2012: some Artists;
    2012-08-03: The New Student Rebellion and the Mexican Left;
    2012-08-04: Divide and Rule in the Land of Gold;
    2012-08-04: GENDER and LAND GOVERNANCE CONFERENCE;
    2012-08-05: Emerging Powers in Africa Initiative;
    2012-08-06: The Fahamu Pan-African Fellowship FPAF;
    2012-08-07: Russia’s largest Muslim region to clamp down on extremism;
    2012-08-08: Vera’s Kidney, Walter’s Money: Desperation, Greed and the Global Organ Trade;
    2012-08-08: FORUM DES CULTURES: Chanter contre l’excision;
    2012-08-09: People as Surplus/Unnecessary Humans;
    2012-08-10: Oliver Shanti and his friends;
    2012-08-11: Farm Lands of Africa announces execution of an agreement …;
    2012-08-12: Living with the Trees of Life;
    2012-08-13: False Flag Terror and Conspiracies of Silence;
    2012-08-14: Developing Children;
    2012-08-15: Defense Motion Details Horrific Conditions Bradley Manning Was Subjected to at Quantico;
    2012-08-16: What If There Were No Police?
    2012-08-17: Goldman Sachs Free to Keep Stealing;
    2012-08-17: Une alternative urgente à la logique infernale du capital;
    2012-08-18: A Fundamental Human Right: Ecuador Grants Assange Political Asylum;
    2012-08-18: Mutilations Génitales Féminines MGF;
    2012-08-18: Comité des observateurs des droits de l’Homme CODHO;
    2012-08-19: again the Soweto Gospel Choir;
    2012-08-20: Howard Zinn’s Zen Politics;
    2012-08-21: USA: Smith Act trials of Communist Party leaders (1949 to 1958);
    2012-08-22: There’s Only One Solution That Might Fix Our Corrupt Financial System;
    2012-08-23: The Cost of Hunger: Drought Only One Factor Behind High Food Prices;
    2012-08-24: Hedges and Sacco, A Twenty-First Century American Sacrifice Zone;
    2012-08-25: Responsible farmland investing? Current efforts to regulate land grabs will make things worse;
    2012-08-26: Toward a New Beginning – On Another Road, The Alternative to the Micro-Sect (1971);
    2012-08-27: How to create your own NGO;
    2012-08-28: Inside U.S.-Soviet Relations during the Carter-Brezhnev Period;
    2012-08-29: Female Genital Mutilation: A Crime Against Women;
    2012-08-30: Five Holistic Alternative Farming Methods: Agroecology at its Best;
    2012-08-31: Can democracy exist without trust?
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    2012-07-01: HAITI: Humanitarian Aid for Earthquake Victims Used to Build Five Star Hotels;
    2012-07-01: ATTAC Info-Bulletin vom 25. Juni 2012;
    2012-07-02: Vanderbilts prescription for health care equality;
    2012-07-02: En Suisse, elle donne une voix à sa douleur;
    2012-07-02: halte aux MGF – more links;
    2012-07-03: Raising children at a critical time;
    2012-07-04: Power to the People, but not all of them;
    2012-07-05: In Health Ruling, Relief for Obama but a Blow to Conventional Wisdom;
    2012-07-06: BABSEA CLE seeking volunteer law school clinicians;
    2012-07-07: Rwanda: No justice without reparation;
    2012-07-08: Up and Coming in Kampala: Africa’s Growing Middle Class Drives Development;
    2012-07-09: glaciers / gletscher = beauty and power of the nature;
    2012-07-09: New claims of rights abuses in World Bank-funded land grabs;
    2012-07-10: Growing Africa’s land;
    2012-07-11: Thoughts for independent Algeria’s 50th birthday;
    2012-07-11: Fribourg: Condamnation d’une Somalienne pour avoir exposé sa demi-sœur à l’excision;
    2012-07-12: Pregnancy and childbirth: It’s a woman’s right to choose;
    2012-07-13: Groundbreaking Report on Zoonotic Diseases and Poverty;
    2012-07-14: Sustainable Land Management Specialist Chris Reij Discusses Re-Greening In Africa;
    2012-07-15: Governments Exist to Further the Interests of Favored Groups;
    2012-07-16: Asset holes: US ‘leadership’ in money, credit, CAFR surplus trillions;
    2012-07-17: Academia as a site of class struggle;
    2012-07-18: Flamenco out of India with Anoushka and Ravi Shankar;
    2012-07-18: Les femmes les plus puissantes d’Afrique: Classement des cinq femmes africaines;
    2012-07-19: Dances;
    2012-07-19: Training on Understanding Economic, Social and Cultural Rights;
    2012-07-20: 10 things about African women’s leadership;
    2012-07-20: Mutilations Génitales Féminines MGF;
    2012-07-21: Blood antiquities in respectable havens;
    2012-07-22: NGOs to set up task force for RTE complaints;
    2012-07-23: FGM – MGF in the media;
    2012-07-24: Internal security officer named in Uganda land dispute;
    2012-07-25: Vinay Venkatraman: Technology crafts for the digitally underserved;
    2012-07-26: A Possible Strategy for Organized Labor;
    2012-07-27: a website fulll of splendid pictures;
    2012-07-28: Freedom is slavery, popular support is authoritarianism;
    2012-07-29: Learning opportunities on children’s rights;
    2012-07-30: Initiative Integritas;
    2012-07-31: Yanni in music.

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    2012-06-01: les mutilations génitales féminines / l’excision;
    2012-06-01: Missing Out: Some Poles Left Behind Despite Economic Success;
    2012-06-02: some links around humanitarian questions;
    2012-06-03: Revolutions are not decided by elections;
    2012-06-04: The militarisation of poverty in Africa;
    2012-06-05: Your brain and the science behind sexuality;
    2012-06-06: Sacrificing Mubarak to Save His Regime;
    2012-06-07: Quebec’s student uprising: An interview with Amir Khadir;
    2012-06-08: The elusive dream: women and sleep;
    2012-06-09: Egypt’s revolution: Bread, freedom, social justice and why global solidarity matters;
    2012-06-10: Nigeria: How do we make sense of our predicament?
    2012-06-11: Egypt: Persisting uncertainty;
    2012-06-12: Africa + Europe = Yannick Noah;
    2012-06-13: Making Work Pay;
    2012-06-14: Hubris as the Evil Force in History;
    2012-06-15: Justice on the rocks: The demise of the people’s court;
    2012-06-16: Soy farming and land grab in the Brazilian Amazon – The Water Channel;
    2012-06-17: New film sows seeds of freedom;
    2012-06-18: Complicit neighbours: Rwanda, Uganda and East DRC;
    2012-06-19: Assad Will Breathe A Sigh Of Relief At Death Of Arab Spring;
    2012-06-20: Women and property: some insights from African history;
    2012-06-21: World Day Against Child Labour;
    2012-06-22: In the Name of Allah: Islamic Mediators and Germany’s Two Legal Systems – part 1;
    2012-06-23: Hit Squads in the Amazon;
    2012-06-24: The revolution and the emancipation of women;
    2012-06-25: Ban FGM Campaign;
    2012-06-25: histoire cachée du peuple Africain;
    2012-06-26: Rodney and the concept of labour;
    2012-06-27: Empire, Language, Economy and Syria;
    2012-06-28: Third International Conference on Human Rights Education;
    2012-06-28: Europe: Child circumcision ‘an assault,’ says court;
    2012-06-29: At the Crossroads of the Most Serious Economic Crisis In World History;
    2012-06-30: The Attraction of Tax Breaks: Switzerland Grows into Global Commodities Hub.

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    2012-05-01: Africa’s Biggest Landfill Site: The Case Of Bisasar Road;
    2012-05-02: Foreign investment in the time of the telegram;
    2012-05-03: France’s Enigmatic François Hollande: The Man Who Always Smiles;
    2012-05-04: No obvious choice;
    2012-05-05: Popular resistance and corporate landgrabbing in Sierra Leone;
    2012-05-06: Refounding Somalia: Constitution and Islam;
    2012-05-07: Der Lauf der Dinge – The Way Things Go;
    2012-05-08: Rethinking Africa’s development;
    2012-05-09: Somalia, Museveni and militarising the region;
    2012-05-10: Saving the lost generation of Kurds;
    2012-05-11: AFRICAN UNION: Instrument of Imperialist Rule;
    2012-05-12: Struggles for the promised land: Letters from West African sisters;
    2012-05-13: Fighting in Mali Adds Chaos to Troubled African Region;
    2012-05-14: A Dam Brings Food Insecurity to Indigenous People;
    2012-05-15: Proof of Progress;
    2012-05-16: Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting – Mutilation Génitale Féminine;
    2012-05-17: Information request: National Youth Secretariat – Brazil;
    2012-05-18: Bingu’s legacy and the political future of Malawi;
    2012-05-19: OWS put inequality on US agenda;
    2012-05-20: In the Name of My Father;
    2012-05-21: The last stretch;
    2012-05-22: Of flowers and thorns: Where has public gone in public service?
    2012-05-23: Haïti, Africa, Aristide: The history of one humanity;
    2012-05-24: Finding Punt: Africa’s last, lost great civilization is in Eritrea;
    2012-05-25: On-line dialogue: Archiving Human Rights for Advocacy, Justice and Memory – now open;
    2012-05-26: Cameroon: Forests pressured as leaders welcome palm oil investors;
    2012-05-27: Solar suitcase aids doctors in developing world;
    2012-05-28: The Miracle Next Door: Poland Emerges as a Central European Powerhouse;
    2012-05-29: African unity: revisiting the popular uprisings of the North;
    2012-05-30: Illegal Immigrants in Greece: At the Mercy of the People Smugglers;
    2012-05-31: Egypt’s next president in the eyes of Palestinians.

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    2012-04-01: UN moves to curb farmland grabs;
    2012-04-02: Programmes: earthrise – environmental solutions;
    2012-04-02: égalité entre femmes et hommes dans votre entreprise;
    2012-04-03: survival agriculture, poor, economic structures, mini farmings;
    2012-04-04: Africa: From Berlin to Brussels, Will Europe underdevelop Africa again?
    2012-04-05: SPIRULINA / SPIRULINE – against malnutrition / contre la malnutrition;
    2012-04-06: African democracy: A glass half-full;
    2012-04-06: pouquoi les MGF dans nos communautés;
    2012-04-07: The South challenges globalization;
    2012-04-07: Liberia: Une journaliste reçoit des menaces à cause d’une enquête;
    2012-04-08: Greece: Protest of the day;
    2012-04-08: L’Excision comme punition: elle risque l’excision pour son enquête sur les Sandés;
    2012-04-09: Egypt’s looming economic shock doctrine;
    2012-04-10: Requests for Information: 19 March – 1 April 2012;
    2012-04-10: Training course for young bloggers and youth activists online;
    2012-04-11: Aid, resistance and Queer power;
    2012-04-12: Soweto Gospel Choir;
    2012-04-12: The Food & Finance Conference;
    2012-04-13: Fear of Honor Killings, Part 1: Immigrants Flee Families to Find Themselves;
    2012-04-13: Les conséquences sanitaires ignorées des mutilations génitales;
    2012-04-14: Good morning Tehran! Israel beams a message to Iran;
    2012-04-15: Global North VS South Over Financialization of Food;
    2012-04-16: What matters in raising children;
    2012-04-17: DUBAI: Next door to Iran under sanctions, world looks different;
    2012-04-18: HURIDOCS takes part in Alaveteli Conference – Oxford, 2 -3 April 2012;
    2012-04-19: Egypt: A model capitalist?
    2012-04-20: The Rio+20 Earth summit must back peasant farmers on land rights;
    2012-04-21: Africa and the BRICS formation;
    2012-04-22: How African dictators corrupt European politics;
    2012-04-23: Talk to Al Jazeera: Why Arab women still have no voice;
    2012-04-24: A 70th Birthday tribute to Walter Rodney;
    2012-04-25: Cinnamon: the blood sugar stabilizer;
    2012-04-26: interview with robert fisk: freedom has a sour taste for many Iraqis;
    2012-04-27: The lost tribe: Isolation or inclusion, can India protect an ancient Andaman tribe on the verge of extinction?
    2012-04-28: african music: Amadou SANFO;
    2012-04-29: African storytellers … a large view;
    2012-04-30: Egypt: Sting in the tail;
    2012-04-30: Les Mutilations Génitales Féminines MGF – toujours dans la presse internationale.

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    2012-03-01: Rearrival of the judiciary law;
    2012-03-02: China and the world: What a difference a decade makes;
    2012-03-03: Uganda: When Pokot Men Said ‘No’ to Female Genital Mutilation;
    2012-03-04: Hungary’s struggles for freedom and democracy;
    2012-03-05: Work Sharing: A Creative Way to Avoid Unemployment;
    2012-03-05: Les Mutilations Génitales Féminines MGF bientôt en Tunisie?
    2012-03-06: Global poverty: A fall to cheer;
    2012-03-06: … et toujours les MGF;
    2012-03-07: Parliamentary questions;
    2012-03-08: FGM/C clinic: Consultation FGM at HUG (Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting);
    2012-03-08: FGM/C clinic: Consultation MSF à l’HUG (Mutilations Sexuelles Féminines);
    2012-03-09: UN warns of humanitarian crisis in Yemen;
    2012-03-10: Why we should celebrate International Women’s Day;
    2012-03-11: The challenges of building a caring society;
    2012-03-12: again: The Longest Way;
    2012-03-12: Méfaits des mutilations génitales féminines MGF;
    2012-03-12: Stopping female genital mutilation/cutting in Senegal;
    2012-03-13: FGM / MGF – links / liens;
    2012-03-14: A Charter for Women’s Rights;
    2012-03-15: The Internet Indians;
    2012-03-16: The downside of the Kony 2012 video;
    2012-03-17: The Arab revolutions: A year after;
    2012-03-18: Morocco’s reforms: Power to some other people;
    2012-03-19: Celebrating women;
    2012-03-19: Des milliers de fillettes échappent à la mutilation génitale grâce à un projet de l’Union Européenne UE et l’UNICEF;
    2012-03-20: Lamu Port may slow down sustainable development;
    2012-03-20: Je suis une femme indigène, mais je ne pratique pas la MGF;
    2012-03-21: The sun never sets – How Facebook connections mirror old empires;
    2012-03-22: The genocide in Namibia (1904-08) and its consequences;
    2012-03-23: Congolese Vote, but who decides?
    2012-03-24: Self-determination of the intersex child;
    2012-03-25: Creating violence-free childhoods: what will it take?
    2012-03-26: India: Tripura first state to introduce human rights course in schools;
    2012-03-27: CPJ wants journalists reporting evils of FGM protected in Liberia;
    2012-03-28: NPWJ News Digest on FGM & Women’s Rights;
    2012-03-29: human rights, poor and the rest of us;
    2012-03-30: THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT: The Supreme Court Debates the Health Insurance Mandate;
    2012-03-31: Learning opportunities on children’s rights;
    2012-03-31: statistics March 2012 for world-citizenship.org.

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    2012-02-01: What happened to the money?
    2012-02-01: Concert de Sayon Bamba le 5 février 2012;
    2012-02-02: INDIA: Assault and stone-pelting on Koodankulam Nuclear Power Plant;
    2012-02-02: Tolérance Zéro contre les MGF, le 6 février 2012;
    2012-02-03: Nigeria: Was it a 14-day dream?
    2012-02-03: MGF: Conférence le 8 février 2012;
    2012-02-04: Free Nigerian Activists and Prisoners of Conscience;
    2012-02-04: Beauties on YouTube;
    2012-02-05: Requests for Information: 16 – 29 January 2012;
    2012-02-05: International Day Against Female Genital Mutilation;
    2012-02-06: India: What drives farmers to kill themselves?
    2012-02-07: Take the money and run;
    2012-02-07: MGF: plusieurs stratégies adoptées au Niger pour abandonner la pratique;
    2012-02-08: The far horizons of peacebuilding – and the near;
    2012-02-09: PhD Studentship ‘Implementing the UNCRC in Schools’ at Queen’s University Belfast;
    2012-02-10: Advanced Training Course on Monitoring Economic, Social and Cultural Rights;
    2012-02-11: AU elections, A humiliating defeat;
    2012-02-11: L’Afrique en bonne voie dans la lutte contre l’excision;
    2012-02-12: Anti-FGM Activist Calls For Law Against Female Circumcision;
    2012-02-12: Bénin: Les béninois appelés à s’investir dans la lutte contre la pratique des MGF;
    2012-02-13: Last year nearly 2,000 African communities end female genital mutilation – UN;
    2012-02-13: Journée internationale de lutte contre l’excision / Tolérance Zéro;
    2012-02-14: Female Genital Mutilation FGM: Cameroon for UN Resolution;
    2012-02-14: en finir avec cette Mutilation Genitale Feminine MGF;
    2012-02-15: The Troika and the Complete Ruination of Greek Workers;
    2012-02-16: Women, democracy and dictatorship;
    2012-02-17: Africa: Acid Test for Democracy in Africa As 12 Nations Braced for Elections;
    2012-02-17: FGM: Awareness Day Passes With Little Notice;
    2012-02-18: Female genital cutting sworn off by thousands of African villages;
    2012-02-19: LIBERIA: Land grab or development opportunity?
    2012-02-19: 10ème EDITION FIFDH 2012 GENEVE, 2 – 11 MARS 2012;
    2012-02-20: La Amazonia;
    2012-02-20: Environnement, société et sécurité: les tpg à l’unige;
    2012-02-21: Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting FGM/C;
    2012-02-22: Professor Monti’s 100 days;
    2012-02-22: Mauritanie: deux villes – Tidjikja et de Moudjéria – abandonnent les MGF;
    2012-02-23: How the Wisconsin Uprising Changed America and Why Its Renegade Politics Are Here to Stay;
    2012-02-23: Les MGF dans la presse;
    2012-02-24: THE 10 MOST GENEROUS COLLEGE DONATIONS OF ALL TIME;
    2012-02-25: Egypt: Struggles that fuelled a revolution;
    2012-02-26: child-rights in Somalia: Warring parties put children at grave risk;
    2012-02-26: des conséquences à connaître;
    2012-02-27: Canadian Research Center Helps Fund Projects Addressing Global Food Security;
    2012-02-28: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Highlights Need to End Female Genital Cutting;
    2012-02-29: The Future of Food (full length).

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    2012-01-01: India: the plight of the rural and urban poor in a land of facades, mark the first signs of an Indian Spring;
    2012-01-02: IRAN WILL RESPOND TO ANY SANCTIONS;
    2012-01-03: Egypt’s longest year;
    2012-01-04: A New Year e-message;
    2012-01-05: Empowering Impoverished Communities with Compatible Technologies;
    2012-01-06: Six days to get rid of the 12 month time limit to ESA (in UK);
    2012-01-07: One Day Children Will Ask… “What is War” … A Message of Hope for 2012;
    2012-01-07: Mutilations genitales MGF: Le Sénégal veut accélérer l’abandon de l’excision;
    2012-01-08: Egypt’s Economist Samir Radwan about Finance 101;
    2012-01-08: Le Comité inter-africain de lutte contre les MGF est préoccupé par le cas de la Guinée;
    2012-01-09: 2012: The year ahead for young people;
    2012-01-10: Le Revenu de Base – LE FILM version Française;
    2012-01-10: Mieux naître en Afrique, en Ethiopie;
    2012-01-11: Land stolen from the poor;
    2012-01-12: Iraq: A Country in Shambles;
    2012-01-13: China, oil and ethnic cleansing in the Horn of Africa;
    2012-01-13: Des leaders du Ganzourgou plaident pour l’abandon des MGF;
    2012-01-14: Haitian Women and Girls Trading Sex to Survive;
    2012-01-14: Burkina Faso: Gbantara dit non à l’excision dans la province du Poni;
    2012-01-15: See, the Nigerian revolution has begun;
    2012-01-16: ANC: On the return of the political;
    2012-01-16: Revue de la presse malienne;
    2012-01-17: Some truth and justice for Rwanda at last;
    2012-01-17: Les mutilations génitales féminine MGF: détecter, comprendre et agir;
    2012-01-17: Conférence de Vicken Cheterian;
    2012-01-18: UN Food and Agricultural Chief da Silva: Speculation Is an Important Cause of High Prices;
    2012-01-19: Child poverty figures: Shock report reveals Islington kids who live below breadline;
    2012-01-19: NIGER: Baisse de la prévalence des mutilations génitales féminines/excisions;
    2012-0120: Japanese clothing retail giant helps refugees in unique ways;
    2012-01-21: Links with and around the NASA;
    2012-01-21: Un plaidoyer pour bouter la pratique des MGF;
    2012-01-22: Sinking the Petrodollar in the Persian Gulf;
    2012-01-23: Another postcard from the edge: life on the Kuril Islands;
    2012-01-23: L’Initiatrice;
    2012-01-24: Running dry;
    2012-01-24: Quelle justice pour les victimes de crimes de masse?
    2012-01-25: Brothers seek parliamentary alliance;
    2012-01-25: Burkina Faso: MGF, Les nouveaux relais communautaires de Gascode formés;
    2012-01-26: U.S. v. Jones: The battle for the Fourth Amendment continues;
    2012-01-26: Droits des enfants: L’UNICEF déplore les entraves au Bénin;
    2012-01-27: Egypt since the revolution;
    2012-01-27: MGF dans 30 villages de la Sous-préfecture de Bondoukou;
    2012-01-28: Nigeria: We’ll Dialogue With Boko Haram If The Members Identify Themselves – Jonathan;
    2012-01-29: For humane and responsible finances;
    2012-01-30: Taking on social responsibility as well in the financial sector;
    2012-01-30: les actes des Rassemblements pour les droits humains sont mis en ligne;
    2012-01-31: The Precariat: why it needs deliberative democracy.

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    2011-12-01: Nigeria: The way forward;
    2011-12-01: Confronting the crisis: democracy versus austerity, Dec 3, 2011;
    2011-12-02: Abuse of vulnerable adults should be criminalised;
    2011-12-02: Le gouvernement ivoirien s’inquiète de l’intensité des violences sur les femmes;
    2011-12-03: Africa Lies Naked to Euro-American Military Offensive;
    2011-12-03: La violence contre les femmes reste l’une des violations les plus répandues des droits humains;
    2011-12-03: RENCONTRE AVEC STEPHANE HESSEL;
    2011-12-04: Farmers oppose agri-meet;
    2011-12-04: Burkina Faso à Orodara: L’ONG Voix de femmes sensibilise des leaders d’opinion dans sa lutte contre l’excision;
    2011-12-05: A Success Story in Parched India;
    2011-12-05: Excision: une clinique réparatrice du clitoris;
    2011-12-06: 16 Days of Activism: 15 years of initiatives to end violence against women;
    2011-12-06: Le Comité des droits économiques, sociaux et culturels examine le rapport du Cameroun;
    2011-12-07: New course on Children in War and Armed Conflicts;
    2011-12-07: CONCERT DE BIENFAISANCE contre les mutilations génitales;
    2011-12-08: How depraved is our ruling elite Pt 3: coalition steals from cancer patients;
    2011-12-09: Change of winds;
    2011-12-10: Engineering the Eurozone Collapse;
    2011-12-10: Le gouvernement ivoirien s’inquiète de l’intensité des violences sur les femmes;
    2011-12-10: Perpignan-France: Concert de solidarité;
    2011-12-11: Women are leaders, not victims: Nobel laureates;
    2011-12-11: Djibouti et l’Italie signent un protocole d’accord axé sur la santé de la reproduction;
    2011-12-12: Foreign energy policy fuels famine in Africa;
    2011-12-13: Features: As the humanitarian warriors gloat;
    2011-12-13: Les obstacles à l’application des droits de l’homme en Casamance;
    2011-12-14: permanently stop the sale and service of surveillance technology to repressive regimes;
    2011-12-15: Democracy is more than voting and elections;
    2011-12-15: LA VERITE SUR LE BILAN DES SOCIALISTES;
    2011-12-16: Can agricultural research help feed the world?
    2011-12-16: La faim n’est pas une fatalité;
    2011-12-17: Barking up the wrong tree;
    2011-12-17: Assises nationales: Des participants font leur bilan;
    2011-12-18: Africa: Democratic Revolutions in North Africa – An Analysis;
    2011-12-18: Abandonner les mutilations génitales féminines MGF: documentaires en libre diffusion;
    2011-12-19: Debate with a Libertarian;
    2011-12-19: Two Islamic texts stressing the immunity for honour killings;
    2011-12-20: Foreign Energy Policy Fuels Famine in Africa;
    2011-12-20: Burkina Faso: Boulgou – MGF – Plaidoyer auprès des leaders communautaires pour l’abandon;
    2011-12-20: Miss East Africa 2011;
    2011-12-21: Egypt’s second voting round – DO IT RIGHT;
    2011-12-22: Foreign investment in Aussie farmland on hold;
    2011-12-22: Excision: Suite à la mort d’une fillette;
    2011-12-23: Nourishing the Planet TV: Taking Farming to the Sea;
    2011-12-23: Burkina Faso: Ganzourgou – Lutte contre les MGF;2011-12-24: Advice for whom?
    2011-12-24: Protéger les filles et les femmes;
    2011-12-25:  The right on information in the original wording;
    2011-12-25:  LA LUTTE CONTRE les MGF AU MALI (est sous) CONTRAINTES;
    2011-12-26: IMF Boss Urges Developing Countries to Prepare for Economic Shock;
    2011-12-26: Les exciseuses de 69 communautés déposent les lames;
    2011-12-27: 50 years later: Fanon’s legacy;
    2011-12-28: On Thomas Sankara’s birthday;
    2011-12-29: Advance the struggle to end land grabbing, declares Asian farmers group;
    2011-12-29: A QUAND LA FIN DE CETTE PRATIQUE DE L’EXCISION EN AFRIQUE?
    2011-12-30: Women’s representation in movies: Not half good enough;
    2011-12-30: Interdiction mondiale des Mutilations Génitales Féminines;
    2011-12-31: History in ashes;
    2011-12-31: SÉNO – SITUATION DES ENFANTS DANS LE SAHEL.

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    2011-11-01: Austerity cuts in Greece cause suffering;
    2011-11-02: Russia Backs Afghanistan’s Request for Membership in the SCO;
    2011-11-03: Egypte: dix réformes pour instaurer et garantir la justice dans le pays;
    2011-11-03: Call for Applications for the 33rd Annual Intl Human Rights Training Program IHRTP;
    2011-11-04: Stop the land grab – International Peasant Conference,  17-19 November 2011, Mali;
    2011-11-04: Lutte contre la traite transfrontalière des enfants;
    2011-11-05: Ethiopia and Drought: 1984 versus 2011;
    2011-11-06: A guide to Egypt’s first free elections;
    2011-11-07: Call for applications e-learning course 3S12: The Right to Education;
    2011-11-08: Women Own 1% of the World’s Property – Occupy That;
    2011-11-09: South Africa: All occupiers are equal, but some occupiers are more equal than others;
    2011-11-09: Les aides-soignant-e-s en grève -La revalorisation, maintenant!
    2011-11-10: Experts urge action against child labour;
    2011-11-11: Former Mossad Chief Seeks to Avert Israeli Attack;
    2011-11-11: Aid Effectiveness: HLF-4 in Busan, Korea 2011;
    2011-11-12: Development: The Netherlands’ generous aid programme should be sustained, says OECD;
    2011-11-13: Features: Why the attempted remilitarisation of Africa will fail;
    2011-11-14: Myanmar to free more political prisoners;
    2011-11-15: World’s Poorest Countries;
    2011-11-16: Geneva Initiative / Initiative de Genève 2.0 / Invitation;
    2011-11-17: Occupy protesters return to New York park;
    2011-11-18: Refugee Council Seminar 30th November 2011, London;
    2011-11-19: The beauty of life in geometry and music;
    2011-11-20: Africa Investigates: Zimbabwe’s Child Exodus;
    2011-11-21: Write to Tanzania: help Mariam’s village;
    2011-11-22: Africa: Economic slump threatens Kenya;
    2011-11-22: Conférence Internationale permanente d’Instituts Universitaires de Traducteurs et Interprètes;
    2011-11-22: Festival du Bénévolat – à Genève le 26 novembre 2011;
    2011-11-23: Egypt’s aftershocks: Military vs the people;
    2011-11-23: Invitation à l’Assemblée générale du Réseau Femmes africaines, Horizon 2015;
    2011-11-24: So what’s new?
    2011-11-24: Even in Somalia, women are rebelling against FGM;
    2011-11-25: Interview with Thomas Ouana, from Mali, against land grabbing;
    2011-11-25: LE SECRÉTAIRE GÉNÉRAL INVITES … ;
    2011-11-26: The democratic fraud and the universalist alternative;
    2011-11-26: Afrique: Lutte contre les MGF;
    2011-11-27: Female Genital Mutilation, UK;
    2011-11-27: Mutilation Génitale Féminine MGF: Le cartel du silence;
    2011-11-28: MSc Human Rights and Multiculturalism;
    2011-11-28: BURKINA FASO: Reconstituer l’intégrité physique des femmes victimes de l’excision;
    2011-11-29: L’ONU appelle à l’action politique contre les violences faites aux femmes;
    2011-11-29: DR Congo votes amid fears of violence;
    2011-11-30: Women’s quotas: Gender equality is becoming an economic factor;
    2011-11-30: L’ONU souhaite un plus grand rôle des femmes dans la prévention des conflits.

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    2011-10-01: 7 FOI Laws Pass in Past Year – 18 More Under Consideration;
    2011-10-01: Le noir est un blanc comme les autres;
    2011-10-02: BBC viewers’ questions put to Cargill boss;
    2011-10-02: L’enfer en or massif;
    2011-10-03: Call for organisations to sign the Dakar Appeal against land grabbing;
    2011-10-04: Circoncision: identité, genre et pouvoir, un passionnant article de Miriam Pollack;
    2011-10-04: Circumcision: Identity, Gender, and Power;
    2011-10-05: Only the Poor Are Left: Civilians Abandon Sirte ahead of Rebel Onslaught;
    2011-10-06: Somali famine: Red Cross aid push in Islamist areas;
    2011-10-06: La circoncision en question;
    2011-10-07: For or Against Children? The problematic history of stand for children;
    2011-10-07: Au Kenya, des Massaï veulent en finir avec l’excision;
    2011-10-08: The Sahrawi of Western Sahara: The last colony in Africa;
    2011-10-08: Vote de la proposition de loi portant prévention et répression des violences faites aux femmes;
    2011-10-09: Six million new teachers needed to ensure UN goal of universal primary education;
    2011-10-09: LUTTE CONTRE LA PRATIQUE DE L’EXCISION: Le Burkina et le Mali brisent les frontières;
    2011-10-10: Alan Grayson Shreds P.J. O’Rourke on #OccupyWallStreet;
    2011-10-11: Mighty be our powers: peaceful women and the global south;
    2011-10-12: THE TEN PRINCIPLES FOR A RATIONAL WORLD;
    2011-10-13: African Husband, Japanese Wife;
    2011-10-14: Do you Know the Law?
    2011-10-14: l’ONU et la femme;
    2011-10-15: Wall Street: Needed—a new old economic primer;
    2011-10-15: Mariages forcés – Mutilations génitales féminines MGF;
    2011-10-16: HURIDOCS’ online Course;
    2011-10-16: Santé maternelle et infantile: des relais communautaires mieux formés;
    2011-10-17: Pork without a pig: scientists attempt to grow artificial meat in a lab;
    2011-10-17: République du Benin, Assemblée Nationale: Loi sur les violences faites aux femmes;
    2011-10-18: Talk Amongst Yourselves;
    2011-10-18: Comité pour l’élimination de la discrimination à l’égard des femmes;
    2011-10-19: Alleged Inhumane Conditions for Post-9/11 Suspects Sparks Global Scrutiny of U.S. Detention Policies;
    2011-10-19: Pour l’abolition des mutilations sexuelles;
    2011-10-20: Report: Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women considers report of Côte d’Ivoire;
    2011-10-20: UNOG – Examen Périodique Universel: Ouganda;
    2011-10-21: Land grabbing in Africa: global resource scarcity and competition for survival;
    2011-10-22: South African shackdwellers: We are all S’bu Zikode;
    2011-10-22: Mariages forcés et mutilations génitales: conférence publique à Fribourg;
    2011-10-23: The Community Radio Day Enjoyed Great Success at the FIESS;
    2011-10-23: Excision: un couple français d’origine malienne déféré au tribunal d’Évry;
    2011-10-24: Study: 11% of Americans take antidepressants;
    2011-10-24: SOCIETE: Impliquer des leaders religieux dans la lutte contre l’excision;
    2011-10-25: Not reporting Angola;
    2011-10-26: When promises ring hollow;
    2011-10-26: Should Africa Repay its Odious Debts?
    2011-10-27: UGANDA: Making the most of security and livelihood gains in Karamoja;
    2011-10-27: Child Circumcision: An Elephant in the Hospital;
    2011-10-27: Commissariat général aux réfugiés et apatrides CGRA;
    2011-10-28: Mugabe cancels Geneva trip in visa protest;
    2011-10-28: POLITIQUE: Rapport sur la discrimination à l’égard des femmes;
    2011-10-29: EU sustainability schemes fall short of safeguarding rural livelihoods;
    2011-10-29: COLLOQUE sur les MGF;
    2011-10-30: Earth Grab: Geopiracy, the new Biomassters and Capturing Climate Genes;
    2011-10-30: La Librairie arabe L’Olivier, l’agenda culturel arabe. Geneva;
    2011-10-31: CIA History of DCI William Colby;
    2011-10-31: Mutilations sexuelles féminines MGF;
    2011-10-31: Statistics October 2011.

    Index Septembere 2011

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    2011-09-01: End of Conscription Causes Headache for Charities;
    2011-09-01: Les Mutilations Génitales Feminines MGF en Suisse;
    2011-09-02: Stefan Schmitt Discusses Day of Disappeared on BBC;
    2011-09-02: Ethiopie – La famine n’arrête pas l’Inde;
    2011-09-03: Rights not Copyrights – follow-up;
    2011-09-04: Africa: Sudan declares emergency in Blue Nile state;
    2011-09-05: Land sparing beats land sharing for both food and fauna;
    2011-09-06: The Split;
    2011-09-07: Roundtable: Cuts To Food Bank Will Hurt Poor;
    2011-09-07: Soirée littéraire avec Diaryatou BAH;
    2011-09-07: NON aux MGF;
    2011-09-08: Re-Greening the Sahel through Farmer-Managed Natural Regeneration;
    2011-09-08: Un hôpital de la part d’un diocèse;
    2011-09-09: Pension funds launch Principles for Responsible Investment in Farmland;
    2011-09-10: The Birth of a City: Putting Down Roots in a Refugee Camp;
    2011-09-10: Abandon de l’excision: Aïda Mbodji dénonce les zones de résistance;
    2011-09-11: Africa Must Innovate or Perish, part 5/5;
    2011-09-12: How famine makes unscrupulous businessmen fabulously wealthy;
    2011-09-12: Abandon de l’excision: Aïda Mbodji dénonce les zones de résistance;
    2011-09-13: Sudanese Women Farmers Mobilize to Support Women Facing Famine in Neighboring Somalia;
    2011-09-13: Campagne de sensibilisation sur les MGF au profit des imams de la commune d’Akjert;
    2011-09-13: 2nd series of e-learning course on protection of HR defenders;
    2011-09-14: Face it: R2.4bn loan to Swaziland is a gift, says Cosatu;
    2011-09-14: fight against female genital mutilation FGM;
    2011-09-15: Honouring Samir Amin;
    2011-09-15: Les militantes de la planète se mobilisent à Bruxelles;
    2011-09-16: Kenya: Tana River Villagers Hungry;
    2011-09-16: Les dirigeants islamiques d’Afrique de l’Ouest discutent de la circoncision des femmes;
    2011-09-17: Palm oil fuels land grabs in Africa;
    2011-09-17: Mutilations génitales féminines en Afrique;
    2011-09-18: Peace and Democracy: Make your voice heard;
    2011-09-18: INVITATION: Journée Internationale de Paix;
    2011-09-19: UN Expert Asks World Leaders to Crack Down on Non-Communicable Diseases;
    2011-09-19: LUTTE CONTRE LES MGF;
    2011-09-20: Is Africa rising or flailing?
    2011-09-21: 350.org’s weekend mail;
    2011-09-22: Sumatran tribe say land is stolen for palm oil;
    2011-09-23: NILE Genesis;
    2011-09-24: The world will remember Troy Davis’ name;
    2011-09-24: Exposition sur les mutilations sexuelles;
    2011-09-25: Documenting Existing Casualty Recording Practice Worldwide;
    2011-09-24: The world will remember Troy Davis’ name;
    2011-09-25: Documenting Existing Casualty Recording Practice Worldwide;
    2011-09-26: Australian Human Rights Grant Scheme HRGS;
    2011-09-27: 2,200 households better off in South Sudan;
    2011-09-27: Le Kenya vote une loi contre les Mutilations Génitales Féminines MFG;
    2011-09-28: Wambui Otieno: She belongs to Kenya;
    2011-09-28: Le Kenya condamne législativement les MGF;
    2011-09-29: Cote d’Ivoire: SA’s Archbishop Desmond Tutu urges Impartial Peace Panel;
    2011-09-29: Formation d’élèves sages-femmes sur les méfaits des MGF;
    2011-09-30: Arab Spring is proof that Islam and human rights can coexist, Maldives tells UN;
    2011-09-30: 66ème session de l’Assemblé Générale de l’Onu: la voix du Burkina Faso.

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    2011-08-01: $20m LOAN FOR KING’S VANITY PROJECT;
    2011-08-02: Animated Video for Human Rights Education;
    2011-08-03: An African response to There is no alternative;
    2011-08-04: International recommendations to Mexico in the field of human rights;
    2011-08-05: World Food Program in Somalia: Angel of mercy or angel of death?
    2011-08-06: Tunisian Women Fear the Algerian Way;
    2011-08-07: Human rights education confronting the ideology of hate;
    2011-08-07: Les migrantes, ces femmes de l’ombre;
    2011-08-08: Spain’s Indignados: Vanguard of a Global Nonviolent Revolt against Neoliberalism;
    2011-08-08: Le rôle de la révolution numérique dans la lutte contre l’excision;
    2011-08-09: An island of food in Africa’s Horn of Hunger;
    2011-08-09: Les Maliennes veulent occuper l’espace politique;
    2011-08-10: WWSF 19 Days of activism for prevention of abuse & violence against children;
    2011-08-11: Struggling for an alternative media;
    2011-08-12: To Make Use of Our Potential as Citizens Towards a Fairer Economy;
    2011-08-13: A land-grabber’s loophole;
    2011-08-14: In response to the Oslo attacks: My Fellow American;
    2011-08-15: Where are all the African women artists?
    2011-08-16: When China and Africa Dance, the Elephants Get Trampled;
    2011-08-16: Côte d’Ivoire: ONUCI TOUR, campagne de sensibilisation de proximité;
    2011-08-17: All bets are off;
    2011-08-17: SAINT-LOUIS: 49 jeunes filles défavorisées en formation;
    2011-08-18: Globalizing the Intifada;
    2011-08-19: UPEACE offers new online MA on Sustainable Peace in the Contemporary World;
    2011-08-20: Teaching for Hope and Activism;
    2011-08-21: Atelier de formation de l’OMCT sur les mécanismes des droits de l’Homme;
    2011-08-21: Exactions: L’ONU s’inquiète;
    2011-08-22: Features: Is the IMF obstructing Kenya’s devolution process?
    2011-08-22: Protection contre les abus – Zoom sur les mariages précoces et l’excision;
    2011-08-23: Irish Human Rights Commission publishes report on HRE in Ireland;
    2011-08-23: Tostan en conclave à Boghé;
    2011-08-24: Features: Fighting illicit capital flight, Part 4;
    2011-08-25: Tunisia: Women’s rights hang in the balance;
    2011-08-26: South-south cooperation revs up;
    2011-08-27: High Level Forum on Foreign Direct Investment in Land in Africa;
    2011-08-28: HORN OF AFRICA: U.N. Shares Responsibility in Famine, Experts Say;
    2011-08-29: Register now to participate in an iEARN Learning Circle;
    2011-08-30: Innovative Collaboration for Development;
    2011-08-30: L’équipe de l’USAID en Guinée rencontre des bénéficiaires au Fouta Djallon;
    2011-08-30: article supprimé depuis que Google Alerte l’aie signalé;
    2011-08-31: The Women are bringing Solar Power to the Country;
    2011-08-31: Burkina Faso: Politique nationale genre dans le sud-ouest;
    2011-08-31: Les populations de Boundiali sensibilisées à la lutte contre les MGF.

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    2011-07-01: Urban farming more profitable than white-collar jobs for many Congolese;
    2011-07-01: Lutte contre les violences faites aux femmes, les leaders religieux s’engagent;
    2011-07-02: Petition: End child sex trafficking in Wyndham hotels, San Diego;
    2011-07-02: L’Afrique se mobilise pour bannir les MGF;
    2011-07-03: Africa moves to ban female genital mutilation;
    2011-07-03: LUTTE CONTRE LE SIDA ET LES MGF;
    2011-07-03: Land investment deals in Africa: Say no way;
    2011-07-04: Is microfinance working in South Africa?
    2011-07-05: Sell only what we don’t need;
    2011-07-06: EASTERN AFRICA: Severe food crisis hits region;
    2011-07-06: Mamou: Comment amener les communautés à la prévention et à l’abandon de l’excision;
    2011-07-07: Hunger Looms Amid Drought In Horn Of Africa;
    2011-07-08: Call for Applications for the Women’s Human Rights Training Institute WHRTI, 2011-2013;
    2011-07-08: Jeunesse, emploi, éducation, Le Premier ministre présente le modèle sénégalais à MALABO;
    2011-07-09: Burkina Faso after the recent socio-political shocks;
    2011-07-10: South Sudan Independence – Celebrations, but challenges ahead;
    2011-07-11: In Sudan’s breadbasket, a revolution is waiting to happen;
    2011-07-11: MFG: 28 % de femmes sont touchées au Sénégal;
    2011-07-12: African transformation: Only in our hands;
    2011-07-13: UN: Somalia is worst humanitarian disaster;
    2011-07-14: The great billion dollar drug scam;
    2011-07-15: WFP mulls resuming S.Somalia food aid;
    2011-07-16: Becoming trapped in Psychiatryland;
    2011-07-17: How much does poverty cost B.C.?
    2011-07-18: What are we afraid of?
    2011-07-19: UNICEF recognises UK schools for teaching human rights;
    2011-07-20: Formation sur les mecanismes regionaux et internationaux des droits humains a l’intention des acteurs de la societe civile en Afrique;
    2011-07-20: Training on Human Rights Mechanisms for Civil Society Actors in Africa;
    2011-07-21: Beyond the genocidal concept of tribal homelands;
    2011-07-22: In Verhovna Rada of Ukraine was registered the project of the law on Land Market;
    2011-07-22: VIOLENCES FAITES AUX FEMMES – LA FRANCE SOUTIEN POUR 162 MILLIONS FCFA;
    2011-07-23: Greek Bailout Leaves Larger Issues Unresolved;
    2011-07-24: Tunisians discover secret archive in Paris;
    2011-07-24: Droits des femmes: Un guide pour faciliter l’utilisation du Protocole africain;
    2011-07-25: Can Saudi women deliver your signature?
    2011-07-25: Droits de la Femme: Dikhil au diapason;
    2011-07-26: Confronting female genital mutilation MGF;
    2011-07-26: La Guinée interdit la mutilation génitale féminine;
    2011-07-27: Participatory Course on Democracy and Human Rights;
    2011-07-28: The last of the anti-apartheid heroes;
    2011-07-29: Nourishing the Planet Agricultural Innovation Tour in Vietnam;
    2011-07-30: State planning to own at least 30% of Ukraine’s farmland;
    2011-07-31: UAE investors urged to start developing farmland in Sudan.

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    Index June 2011

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    2011-06-01: Beyond the privatisation of liberation;
    2011-06-01: Immigration: Tolbà campagne contre les mutilations génitales féminines;
    2011-06-02: The Igbo genocide and 5 June 1969;
    2011-06-02: Johnnie Carson: L’Afrique a besoin de bonne gouvernance;
    2011-06-03: US gets bad marks in Amnesty International annual report;
    2011-06-03: Mutilations génitales féminines au Togo: Le taux de prévalence estimé entre 6 à 7%;
    2011-06-04: Nuclear Proliferation International History Project;
    2011-06-04: LA PRATIQUE DE L’EXCISION, UN TRAUMA TOUJOURS PERSISTENT;
    2011-06-05: Gender Justice Uncovered Award Presented for International Ruling on Sexual Violence in Haiti;
    2011-06-06: Illicit financial flows from the Least Developed Countries, 1990–2008;
    2011-06-06: Halte à la mutilation genitale feminine, Une norme sociale qui peut être abandonnée;
    2011-06-06: Saudi woman arrested for simply driving a car is set free;
    2011-06-07: USA: Arrested for feeding the homeless, over-criminalized and hyper-policed;
    2011-06-07: La Cnscpe prône le respect obligatoire des droits de l’enfant;
    2011-06-08: Defiant in the face of brutality;
    2011-06-09: Caught red-handed: British assassins in the Horn of Africa;
    2011-06-10: Africa: Access to water and privatisation;
    2011-06-10: Africaines mutilées dans leur féminité: combien de temps encore?
    2011-06-11: Land deals raise food security hopes;
    2011-06-11: Joseph Thiedjou: Les actes d’homophobie au Cameroun sont quotidiens;
    2011-06-12: The water crisis in African cities;
    2011-06-12: Droit de reponse à l’imam promoteur de la pratique de l’excision interpellé;
    2011-06-13: Water management reform in rural areas of Senegal;
    2011-06-14: Strengthening public water;
    2011-06-14: Abandon total de toutes formes d’excision – Une mobilisation sociale;
    2011-06-15: Maghreb uprisings – Truth is impossible to find;
    2011-06-15: CAMEROUN: Références aux droits de l’enfant dans l’Examen périodique universel;
    2011-06-16: What’s behind the global bankers’ austerity programs: Seizure of public property for corporations;
    2011-06-16: Ce que je crois: Viol de femmes congolaises;
    2011-06-16: 9 female genital circumcision FGC photos;
    2011-06-17: Study reveals alarming facts about plantation of Addax Bioenergy in Sierra Leone;
    2011-06-17: Le taux national de pratique de l’excision estimé à plus de 96%;
    2011-06-18: Kingdom to double wheat reserves;
    2011-06-18: Sénégal: Lutte contre les mutilations génitales féminines;
    2011-06-19: UNEP’s big report: Towards a GREEN ECONOMY;
    2011-06-20: EOW hosts national conference to highlight practice of Female Genital Mutilation;
    2011-06-20: L’enfer d’être une femme en Somalie;
    2011-06-21: SPECIAL COVERAGE: The world’s most dangerous countries for women;
    2011-06-22: Changing attitudes to stop witchcraft accusations;
    2011-06-23: Requests for Information: May 2011;
    2011-06-23: Mutilations Génitales Féminines: vers l’abandon total;
    2011-06-24: Federal Reserve Shipped Billions to Iraq Which Were Then Stolen;
    2011-06-24: MGF: L’Association Appui Moral et Intellectuel à l’Enfant AMMIE outille les journalistes;
    2011-06-25: Boko Haram: Nigeria’s new national crisis?
    2011-06-25: Yamoussourko: 325 CAS DE VIOLES SIGNALÉS;
    2011-06-26: Call for applications: Meeting of Asian experts on law and practice in respect of torture;
    2011-06-26: L’UNFPA déplore 658 cas de violences basées sur le genre lors de la crise postélectorale;
    2011-06-27: Living on the Coke side of life in Swaziland;
    2011-06-28: Etude: La Tunisie face aux enjeux régionaux, entre leadership et intégration;
    2011-06-29: Women’s Reproductive Health: A Case Study from Ekiti State, Nigeria;
    2011-06-30: Deal With Tribal Issues.

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    2011-05-01: Important Update on AWDF’s Grant-Making Processes;
    2011-05-02: Is the World Too Big to Fail?
    2011-05-03: Ai Weiwei: Deleted from the internet;
    2011-05-04: Redefining public goods, for Africa;
    2011-05-04: Mutilations: Kolda met un gouvernement scolaire pour sensibiliser les parents;
    2011-05-04: Et si on arrêtait d’avoir peur… ;
    2011-05-05: Sad Refrain from Bahrain;
    2011-05-06: Dialogue on Front Line Watchdogs: Monitoring accountability for human rights;
    2011-05-07: 2011 award winner is a gay rights activist from Africa;
    2011-05-08: Human tsunamis and the world refugee system;
    2011-05-09: Make it Right for Girls;
    2011-05-10: South Sudan: Rethinking citizenship, sovereignty and self-determination;
    2011-05-10: Atelier des leaders religieux sur les mutilations génitales féminines à Conakry;
    2011-05-11: Tunisia: Another country;
    2011-05-12: Documentary: Planet for Sale;
    2011-05-13: Evictions, social justice and the constitution – The Muthurwa case;
    2011-05-14: An African reflection on Tahrir Square;
    2011-05-15: Tell no lies, claim no easy victories;
    2011-05-16: South Africa’s ministerial handbook uncovered;
    2011-05-17: The Role of Spiritual Practice in the Modern World;
    2011-05-18: LIBYA: Looming threat of scattered munitions in the east;
    2011-05-19: Offensive;
    2011-05-20: Reaping tomorrow’s harvest today;
    2011-05-20: Le conseil des ministres: La SONABHY et la CNSS ont de nouveaux DG;
    2011-05-21: Switzerland: Implementation of the new North Africa strategy;
    2011-05-21: Pour échapper au mariage forcé, 14 jeunes filles se réfugient dans une église au Guinée-Bissau;
    2011-05-22: The most tragic day of Igbo history: 29 May 1966;
    2011-05-22: Collectif Liégeois de lutte contre les MGF;
    2011-05-22: Invitation à la Présentation des activités de Graines de Paix;
    2011-05-23: Can youth show the way?
    2011-05-24: E-learning course: Use of ICTs and Social Media for Human Rights Work;
    2011-05-25: Haiti: Reparations and reconstruction;
    2011-05-26: Tell Walmart: Intervene Before Labor Activists Are Sentenced to Death;
    2011-05-27: New Report: Flip It to Fix It;
    2011-05-27: MGF: résolution WHA61.16;
    2011-05-28: Black in Latin America – Mexico & Peru: A Hidden Race;
    2011-05-28: Le chef du gouvernement patronne la 11ème journée nationale de lutte contre l’excision;
    2011-05-29: Read WHO’s Fact sheet no. 125;
    2011-05-29: FEMMES-OUGANDA: Un visage féminin à la tête du Parlement ougandais;
    2011-05-30: What Price the Fukushima Meltdown? Comparing Chernobyl and Fukushima;
    2011-05-30: Affaire DSK: L’indignation sélective des ONG africaines;
    2011-05-31: Lessons from the uprisings in the Maghreb;
    2011-05-31: JOURNEE NATIONALE DE LUTTE CONTRE L’EXCISION.

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    2011-04-01: Network-less mobile banking;
    2011-04-02: Japan: Financing Reconstruction, the Monetary Implications of the Nuclear Catastrophe;
    2011-04-03: Mass mobilisation, democratic transition’and transitional violence in Africa;
    2011-04-04: Bangladesh govt prods local investors to farm cotton, food in Africa;
    2011-04-05: Sierra Leone Facing Facts of Teenage Pregnancy;
    2011-04-06: Western Sahara is not a forgotten conflict;
    2011-04-07: The Trumpcard of birthright nationalism;
    2011-04-08: Gambling with the planet;
    2011-04-08: Abandon de toutes formes d’excision: amorce d’un déclic;
    2011-04-09: India’s skewed sex ratio: Seven brothers;
    2011-04-09: Quatre cent femmes du Sénégal et de Guinée Bissau marchent contre l’excision;
    2011-04-10: The myths of global land grabbing untangled;
    2011-04-11: Uprising, imperialism and uncertainty;
    2011-04-12: Profit Pathology and the Disposable Planet;
    2011-04-13: News from the Sphere Project;
    2011-04-14: Why Do We Support Selective Conscientious Objection?
    2011-04-15: Requests for Information: 14 March – 10 April 2011;
    2011-04-16: Mistreatment of Manning Criticized by Leading Law Professors & UN Torture Investigator;
    2011-04-17: The great African land rush;
    2011-04-18: The crazies versus the sleepwalkers – big budget showdown;
    2011-04-18: MGF au Togo: Le taux de prévalence estimé entre 6 à 7%;
    2011-04-19: 2011 Summer School on the Interational Criminal Court;
    2011-04-19: Brakna: Haro sur les mutilations génitales féminines;
    2011-04-20: The system is a social disease;
    2011-04-20: Lutte contre le Sida: Validation du plan d’action pour le réseau national des agences d’encadrement;
    2011-04-21: We did it;
    2011-04-21: Europe: une nouvelle convention pour combattre la violence à l’égard des femmes;
    2011-04-22: We export food to import food;
    2011-04-22: Canada’s Earth Day assessment;
    2011-04-23: Nigeria: The curse of post-election violence continues;
    2011-04-24: The importance of research in an university;
    2011-04-24: Les Maliennes remercient la commune – Pommerit-Jaudy;
    2011-04-25: The Patriarchy Continuum – FGM Edition;
    2011-04-26: Protect our children: Stopping the sexual abuse of children;
    2011-04-27: China news tagged with: Ai Weiwei (130);
    2011-04-28: Central African Republic: Supporting Women’s Rights in Remote Areas;
    2011-04-29: Sunshine and Shadow in Rwanda’s Rural Housing Programme;
    2011-04-30: WashPost Touts KIPP’s Extra Edge.

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    2011-03-01: LA QUESTION DE LA VIOLENCE ET DE LA DISCRIMINATION;
    2011-03-01: African Farmers Are on the Loosing End;
    2011-03-02: Poverty, Class and Language;
    2011-03-02: UN throws Libya off human rights council;
    2011-03-03: Profit Pathology and Disposable Planet;
    2011-03-04: Poverty is the Big Issue;
    2011-03-04: Promotion de la femme: Le Burkina défend sa politique genre à l’ONU;
    2011-03-05: Crisis in Côte d’Ivoire: What impact on women?
    2011-03-05: Sénégal: Une rappeuse contre l’excision;
    2011-03-06: Everyone matters, everyone is human;
    2011-03-07: It’s About Who’s Sitting in: Reflections on the Early Global Springtime of Peoples;
    2011-03-08: The Voluntourism Debate;
    2011-03-08: Journée des Femmes;
    2011-03-09: South Africa’s economy: No jobs, boys;
    2011-03-10: Why do sparrows thrive in America but not here?
    2011-03-10: Libya dispatches emissaries;
    2011-03-11: What would life be without friends?
    2011-03-11: Kenya: Le parcours tumultueux d’une femme vers la réussite;
    2011-03-12: An activist response to abuse, personal and political;
    2011-03-12: Liberia-Santé: Réduire la mortalité et la morbidité maternelles et infantiles;
    2011-03-13: The Word on Women: Why Land Rights Matter;
    2011-03-14: Landlessness is Not Forever;
    2011-03-14: Le Reseau Siggil Jigeen implique la Guinée-Bissau dans la lutte contre l’excision;
    2011-03-15: The Women of Benghazi;
    2011-03-16: Our Planet HOME;
    2011-03-16: L’avenir de la Genève internationale;
    2011-03-17: The Charter for Compassion;
    2011-03-18: There’s a New Non-ideological Political Power in the Arab World;
    2011-03-19: The death of Nigerian progressive politics?
    2011-03-20: Libya, Egypt, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire: Confusion remains;
    2011-03-21: Female Genital Mutilation FGM: A Cultural Controversy in Cameroon;
    2011-03-22: Grab and Bang – Man, Where’s the Condom?
    2011-03-22: Latin ou pas latin pour tous: le massacre continue;
    2011-03-23: Togo: Violating the right to information;
    2011-03-24: The problem with Africans and Arabs;
    2011-03-24: Amouna NGOUONIMBA: nous dévoilons dans notre ouvrage la supercherie qui veut faire de nos mères des exciseuses traditionnelles;
    2011-03-25: Links for teaching about the earthquake in Japan;
    2011-03-26: Turkish summit: Meeting to Change;
    2011-03-27: Civil society is a major player in the democratic transition in Tunisia;
    2011-03-28: Inter Press Service IPS news agency launches news portal on IBSA;
    2011-03-29: Why Health Care Markets Can Never Work;
    2011-03-29: L’excision: couper les petites-filles, un crime abject;2011-03-30: Collaborative Learning: a reality in Universities;
    2011-03-30: Les mutilations génitales;
    2011-03-31: Learn from History, 31st Anniversary of the Assassination of Archbishop Oscar Romero.

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    2011-02-01: Supporting the Abandonment of Female Genital Mutilation in the Context of Migration IOM;
    2011-02-02: Surgical operation in Cote d’Ivoire: The worst-case scenario?
    2011-02-03: ETHIOPIE: Les pastoralistes luttent contre les MGF/E;
    2011-02-03: The Practice Of Female Genital Mutilation – Challenges For Health Communicators;
    2011-02-04: African anti-gay attacks will fuel HIV;
    2011-02-04: A propos de l’excision;
    2011-02-05: Welcome to the world of Bruno Manser’s photographs;
    2011-02-06: Echoes from Tunisia and Egypt: Revolutions without self-proclaimed revolutionaries;
    2011-02-06: Clitoraid propose de transformer la ‘Journée Tolérance Zéro’ en une journée pour la réparation des victimes;
    2011-02-07: Promoting Rights in Schools: providing quality public education resource pack;
    2011-02-07: Hausse des mutilations génitales en Occident;
    2011-02-08: Employers Support Public Health Insurance Plan In San Francisco;
    2011-02-09: Ideology in a time of crisis: Egypt, Washington and the TV networks;
    2011-02-10: Abandon de l’excision: Communiquer pour y arriver;
    2011-02-11: LUTTE CONTRE LA PRATIQUE DE L’EXCISION: Pour une chaîne de protection des filles;
    2011-02-11: Egypt: liberal democracy or an African democracy?
    2011-02-12: Tolérance zéro pour les mutilations génitales féminines;
    2011-02-13: LIHALA;
    2011-02-13: Bipartisan abandonment of the poor;
    2011-02-14: MENA Government Responses to Civil Unrest;
    2011-02-14: Cinq cent mille femmes excisées en Europe: Le ministre de la Sécurité présente la contre offensive de la République suisse;
    2011-02-15: Dignity, Bread and Liberty; the start of peak food revolutions;
    2011-02-16: Wyse Supports eLearning Africa with Platinum Sponsorship;
    2011-02-17: Resurrecting insurrection;
    2011-02-17: Ensemble contre l’excision: maintenant;
    2011-02-18: PILnet’s 2011-2012 Call for Applications;
    2011-02-18: Education pour tous en 2015: Huit ONG harmonisent leurs actions;
    2011-02-19: Development aid: Enemy of emancipation?
    2011-02-19: Afrique: L’enseignement à distance une solution aux problèmes de formation des enseignants;
    2011-02-20: My life as a gay Ugandan;
    2011-02-21: Revolution and reconstruction in Egypt;
    2011-02-21: Libya Protests;
    2011-02-21: Peace;
    2011-02-22: Tunisia seeks Ben Ali’s extradition;
    2011-02-22: Somalie: pirates ou pêcheurs en lutte?
    2011-02-23: Joint statement by EU High Representative Catherine Ashton;
    2011-02-24: Promouvoir l’Abandon des Mutilations Génitales Féminines dans le Contexte Migratoire;
    2011-02-24: Supporting the Abandonment of Female Genital Mutilation in the Context of Migration;
    2011-02-25: Features: Africa’s youths united can never be defeated;
    2011-02-26: Way Up North in Louisville;
    2011-02-26: MGF au Congo-Brazzaville: le ministère de la Promotion de la femme lance un avertissement;
    2011-02-27: Prevention Programme for broad protect ion from Female Genital Mutilation on girls in Germany;
    2011-02-27: Transitions attendues ou inattendues dans le monde arabe;
    2011-02-28: Land Grab in Africa;
    2011-02-28: LA QUESTION DE LA VIOLENCE ET DE LA DISCRIMINATION.

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    2011-01-01: En formation contre l’excision … ;
    2011-01-01: FGM – Debates about FGM in Africa, the Middle East & Far East;
    2011-01-02: Tirupur suicides: The human cost of India’s capitalist expansion;
    2011-01-03: A Year at War: Families Bear Brunt of Deployment Strains;
    2011-01-03: Les prestataires des structures sanitaires conviés à la formation;
    2011-01-03: Clinic to fight taboo of female mutilation;
    2011-01-04: Hunger is Never a Fate – A Wise Policy May Fight Hunger and Poverty;
    2011-01-05: Mutilations génitales: le Conseil national (Suisse) durcit le ton;
    2011-01-05: Female genital mutilation – WHO’s Fact sheet N°241;
    2011-01-06: DEVINE QUI VIENT DINER CE SOIR?
    2011-01-06: Philosophy and children;
    2011-01-07: Maternité en Éthiopie: bilan de la mission d’automne;
    2011-01-07: Female genital mutilation;
    2011-01-08: Why do things always fall apart in Africa?
    2011-01-09: Leaving the people out of the debate;
    2011-01-09: Lutte contre les violences faites aux femmes – Les projections d’un atelier des parlementaires à Kita;
    2011-01-10: What Africa Has Taught Me;
    2011-01-11: Renewing democracy through associations;
    2011-01-11: Les mutilations sexuelles féminines: une atteinte à la dignité humaine;
    2011-01-12: An unsung heroine of the Bush Dark Era;
    2011-01-13: 6 fois des nouvelles concernant les MGF – ça bouge;
    2011-01-14: farmlandgrab.org: now trilingual – désormais trilingue – a hora trilingüe;
    2011-01-15: Sudan and oil politics: A nation split by oil;
    2011-01-15: New Report on Sexual Violence in Haiti, one year after the earthquake;
    2011-01-17: Waris Dirie et la MGF;
    2011-01-17: Législation de contraste aux MGF dans les pays africains;
    2011-01-18: Crisis of democracy in Africa;
    2011-01-18: Si vous aviez eu 20 ans … (en 1809 /en Europe);
    2011-01-19: In-depth: Razor’s Edge – The Controversy of FGM;
    2011-01-20: The invention of the indigène;
    2011-01-21: Victoire sur l’excision;
    2011-01-21: la traite des jeune filles en Inde;
    2011-01-21: Referendum for Sudan, requiem for Africa;
    2011-01-22: Gbagbo and the Ivorian test: Moving beyond anti-imperialist rhetoric;
    2011-01-22: Les agriculteurs africains sont perdants;
    2011-01-23: ATELIER DE CLOTURE DU PROJET CAP-MGF;
    2011-01-23: WHO reiterates need to eliminate FGM;
    2011-01-24: Philosopher avec les enfants: la question des méthodes;
    2011-01-25: FGM secretly happening;
    2011-01-26: China’s Hu Arrives to Look Around;
    2011-01-27: Right to Food’s Access to land report;
    2011-01-27: Vélingara – Lutte contre les MGF;
    2011-01-27: Mutilations génitales féminines: stratégies novatrices contre les MGF;
    2011-01-28: World Agriculture Investment Conference WAIC 2011;
    2011-01-29: Des plants sains du Honduras sauvent la culture bananière en Tanzanie;
    2011-01-30: Tunisia’s revolution: Self-organisation for self-emancipation;
    2011-01-31: Gabon’s Lords of Poverty;
    2011-01-31: C’est l’ignorance qui tue – Waris Dirie revient sur son combat contre les mutilations génitales féminines MGF.

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    Des plants sains du Honduras sauvent la culture bananière en Tanzanie

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    Publié dans Diplomatie Belgium.be, le 12 janvier 2011.

    Communiqué de presse:

    L’Exposition mondiale sur le développement Sud-Sud (novembre 2010) des Nations unies a récompensé un projet mis en place par la coopération belge au développement, l’Université catholique de Leuven et leurs partenaires collaboratifs, qui illustre la plus-value de la coopération Sud-Sud. Des variétés de bananes résistantes, développées entre autres au Honduras, ont été introduites dans le district ravagé par les maladies et les fléaux du bananier de la Kagera en Tanzanie. Cette intervention a multiplié par six les revenus tirés de la culture bananière dans la période 2003-2008.  Continue Reading…

    Index December 2010

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    2010-12-01: Despite Setbacks, Africa Seen as Key Player in Future;
    2010-12-02: Workers Rights and the Labour Movement in Ontario;
    2010-12-03: DEVELOPMENT: Africa’s Time Has Come;
    2010-12-04: Looking back, looking forward;
    2010-12-05: Evidence of Insider Trading on the Attacks of September 11;
    2010-12-06: SOAWR: Lessons we have learned;
    2010-12-07: World Aids Day: Red ribbon rights for all;
    2010-12-07: OUR VIEW: Don’t talk about WikiLeaks, Big Brother says;
    2010-12-08: WikiLeaks Cables Reveal How US Manipulated Climate Accord;
    2010-12-09: Contentment is the Greatest Wealth;
    2010-12-10: Women Rights in the USA: On the Amazing Strides of American Women;
    2010-12-11: Civil service systems around the world;
    2010-12-12: Calendar of OHCHR-Meetings and events (2010) – 2011;
    2010-12-13: From soporific to sizzling – What WikiLeaks revealed;
    2010-12-14: Human rights, livelihoods and Ubuntu for the 21st century;
    2010-12-15: Youth, leadership and nonviolence – A global education imperative;
    2010-12-16: The Accusations Are False: Julian Assange;
    2010-12-17: Teaching material on trafficking in human beings;
    2010-12-18: Imagine! Cyber Wars INSTEAD OF Battlefields;
    2010-12-19: The Human Right to Health;
    2010-12-20: India: Poverty and neglect force widows into prostitution, begging;
    2010-12-21: IX Inter-American Report on Human Rights Education;
    2010-12-22: Requests for Information: 29 November – 12 December 2010;
    2010-12-23: France: Not Victorious, But Not Defeated;
    2010-12-24: WikiLeaks cables: Antidote to corruption in Africa?
    2010-12-25: Regulating land grabbing?
    2010-12-26: WikiLeaks cables: Sudanese president stashed $9bn in UK banks;
    2010-12-27: Uganda calls for Africa to outlaw female genital mutilation;
    2010-12-28: Ex-Guantanamo Official Was Told Not to Discuss Policy Surrounding Antimalarial Drug Used on Detainees;
    2010-12-29: Unpacking the hot air industry;
    2010-12-30: FGM: We need to change people’s attitudes;
    2010-12-31: Commentary: Double-speak and waging psychological war against the people.

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    2010-11-01: Sudan: Race Against Time;
    2010-11-02: Haiti: ‘We’ve been forgotten’;
    2010-11-03: International Muslim-Christian Consultation Transforming Communities;
    2010-11-04: Yemen, the real conflict, Pt.2;
    2010-11-05: EPAs: New trade deals, old agendas;
    2010-11-06: FINAL STATEMENT – Transforming Communities;
    2010-11-07: Pan-Africanism and the challenge of East African Community integration;
    2010-11-08: Africa’s great land grab;
    2010-11-09: US revolution and counterrevolution: Turns, twists and zigzags;
    2010-11-10: $75 million for Micronutrient Initiative;
    2010-11-11: United Nations Webcast – 9th Session of HRC;
    2010-11-12: Which Way Home;
    2010-11-13: Education officials stress need to combat anti-Semitism in schools;
    2010-11-14: Conference on Disarmament CD – 3 and 13 December 2010;
    2010-11-15: Economics and ethics?
    2010-11-16: Analysis of the In-Depth Interviews in Kenya;
    2010-11-16: WSIS Forum 2011;
    2010-11-17: la librairie arabe “L’OLIVIER” pésente ce fin novembre 2010;
    2010-11-17: Association Of War-Disabled Veterans Extends Support To Members;
    2010-11-18: South America tops farmland investors’ wish-list;
    2010-11-19: The UN General Assembly is the Pre-Eminent Forum for Global Debate;
    2010-11-20: Kenya’s complicated transition and the lessons for Zimbabwe;
    2010-11-21: The World we want in 2015;
    2010-11-22: Patent grab threatens biodiversity and food sovereignty in Africa;
    2010-11-23: Ghana’s Oil Find, Diamonds and Gold, Nigeria’s Oil Conflicts;
    2010-11-24: CONGO: Polio kills at least 97;
    2010-11-25: When the poor become powerful outside of state control;
    2010-11-26: HRW calls for protection of migrant workers in Middle East;
    2010-11-27: African Executive;
    2010-11-28: Are you saying we are not human?
    2010-11-29: UNDIR Issues;
    2010-11-30: Peace more in Kenyan hands than the ICC’s.

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    2010-10-01: World Habitat Day – October 4, 2010;
    2010-10-02: Teaching uMunthu for global peace;
    2010-10-03: Portugal supports ITU’s Connect a School / Connect a Community Initiative;
    2010-10-04: Read it and weep;
    2010-10-05: The global capitalist crisis and Africa’s future;
    2010-10-06: Management Courses for NGO Staff;
    2010-10-07: Brain Drain, University Research Funding and the Microelectronics Industry;
    2010-10-08: The Credo Mutwa Hospital For Aids Patients And Abused Children;
    2010-10-08: Le Mois d’octobre culturel à la librairie arabe L’Olivier;
    2010-10-09: Black power, history’s greatest black archivers;
    2010-10-10: Micronutrient Initiative Endorses and Calls for Action on Scaling Up Nutrition Road Map;
    2010-10-11: Burundi: Handheld Computers Speed Up Food Aid;
    2010-10-12: Join Spires campaign against Land Grabbing;
    2010-10-12: Found on Al Jazeera.Net online;
    2010-10-13: Africa: The Challenge of Hunger – Focus on the Crisis of Child Undernutrition;
    2010-10-14:  New technologies and the threat to sovereignty in Africa;
    2010-10-15: Biopiracy, the intellectual property regime and livelihoods in Africa;
    2010-10-16: SOCIAL WATCH PRESENTS ITS NEW REPORT TO HEADS OF STATE;
    2010-10-17: Female foeticide is on the rise as rogue clinics thrive;
    2010-10-18: The Tide Has Changed: A musical essay and a lesson in humanity;
    2010-10-19: Recovering our memory;
    2010-10-20: People creating change in Africa;
    2010-10-21: Ten Commandments For Good Manners;
    2010-10-22: Championing the transformation of African society;
    2010-10-23: Human Rights Watch films for educational screenings;
    2010-10-24: The Violence Debate: Teaching the Oppressed How to Fight Oppression;
    2010-10-24: Introduction to UNOG services for NGOs;
    2010-10-24: Introduction aux services des Nations Unies à Genève;
    2010-10-25: Inequality kills;
    2010-10-26: Manipulation of social consciousness through mass media;
    2010-10-27: India gets lauded for innovative solutions to rural healthcare;
    2010-10-27: Grèves: explications de la spécificité franco-française;
    2010-10-28: CMRS Winter Short Courses – Cairo, January 2011;
    2010-10-28: 120 more Afghan candidates face charges of electoral violation;
    2010-10-29: The illusion of poverty reduction;
    2010-10-30: What Should Be Done About Child Soldiers?
    2010-10-31: Integration or federation? Towards political unity for Africa.

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    2010-09-01: Requests for Information: 16 – 29 August 2010;
    2010-09-02: Institutional radicalisation of public schools;
    2010-09-03: NGO Working Group on UN Access, first meeting in Geneva;
    2010-09-04: Research in Human Rights Education Papers;
    2010-09-05: La situation socio-économique et politique en Guinée;
    2010-09-06: Women Step Up to Bring Security to Teetering Kyrgyzstan;
    2010-09-07: Pirates of Puntland: A tale of Somali Pirates, Ethiopia and the USA;
    2010-09-08: Just for the beauty;
    2010-09-09: Costa Rica: The lowest form of military aggression;
    2010-09-10: Playing with Fire – On Christian Book Burning;
    2010-09-11: India forms new tribal council in wake of Vedanta victory;
    2010-09-12: Credo Mutwa – Before my Eyes Close in Death;
    2010-09-13: Oil-dependency and food: Livelihoods at risk;
    2010-09-14: Laureates 2010 – WWSF Prize for rural women;
    2010-09-15: James Ferguson on Modernity, Development, and Reading Foucault in Lesotho, an Interview;
    2010-09-16: REFUGEE ACTION RESPONSE TO TODAY’S CONTROL OF IMMIGRATION STATISTICS;
    2010-09-17: White British pupils make less progress than ethnic minorities;
    2010-09-18: MDGs and the right to education, policy briefs from the RTE Project;
    2010-09-18: Amnesty International: Human Rights Educational Resource Consultant;
    2010-09-19: African civil society organisations: Chinese perceptions;
    2010-09-20: Income Poverty: One in Three Americans Lacks the Income Needed to Make Ends Meet;
    2010-09-21: Latest update of the Torture Archive;
    2019-09-22: Racism, Islamophobia and capitalist depression;
    2010-09-23: European youth hit hard by crisis;
    2010-09-24: Ban of Killer Games;
    2010-09-25: Social Watch presents its new report to Heads of State;
    2019-09-26: CSR in a season of economic downturn;
    2010-09-27: Labour result ‘too close to call’ as last-minute rifts emerge;
    2010-09-27: Pambazuka News 500th issue and 10th anniversary approaching;
    2010-09-28: WILPF Statement on the UN Summit on the Millennium Development Goals;
    2010-09-29: Africans must not rely on the so-called millennium goals;
    2010-09-30: African Women Writing Resistance.

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    2010-08-01: AU Escalation becoming al-Shabab Glue;
    2010-08-02: That Yawning Chasm between India and Innovation;
    2010-08-03: Small Arms and Light Weapons Ammunition Survey;
    2010-08-04: Food crisis in the Sahel: Real problem, false solutions;
    2010-08-05: Immigrants have human rights;
    2010-08-06: Somalia’s rough road to peace;
    2010-08-07: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Transitions The Living Proof Project to ONE;
    2010-08-08: Kenya: New Constitution a Winner With Women;
    2010-08-09: Recovery from oil spill is Obama priority: Navy Secy;
    2010-08-10: Opinion & Analysis: Why Chinese should be taught in Africa schools;
    2010-08-11: Bring Water Into Climate Change Negotiations;
    2010-08-12: Wordless masses;
    2010-08-13: Tax Wealthy – invest in infrastructure and schools;
    2010-08-14: Go where the money is … ;
    2010-08-15: Kenya: Don’t waste the new constitution;
    2010-08-15: Kenya: What now, after the referendum?
    2010-08-16: Vox Sambou and the Solid’Ayiti initiative for Haiti;
    2010-08-17: The Hidden Tragedy of the CIA’s Experiments on Children;
    2010-08-17: Invitation – Opportunities to enhance the BWC Confidence-building Measures;
    2010-08-18: China’s next elite: 2012 and beyond;
    2010-08-19: Gender-Based Violence in Haiti;
    2010-08-19: Invitation – Synthetic Biology: Engineering a safer future;
    2010-08-20: Half of HIV-exposed children in Africa not receiving drug to prevent infection;
    2010-08-21: Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Time for sanity and healing;
    2010-08-22: Nuclear Nonproliferation and the Quest for a Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, The Test Ban Challenge;
    2010-08-23: Noma, The face of poverty;
    2010-08-24: New upcoming e-learning courses offerd by HREA;
    2010-08-25: Draft Plan of Action for the second phase of the WPHRE now available;
    2010-08-26: Video for Change Newsletter – August 2010;
    2010-08-27: Paralegal Justice Services Expand Across Sierra Leone;
    2010-08-28: Wishfulness, yesmanship and the Harper Conservatives;
    2010-08-28: Towards a Unified Agenda: Armed Violence and the Millennium Development Goals;
    2010-08-29: New courses by HREA.org;
    2010-08-30: The census and civil liberties: Interview with Micheal Vonn;
    2010-08-31: The G20’s symbolic violence.

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      Further find on the blog History – Past and Present:
      Baharistan-i-Shahi – Chapter 1;
      Baharistan-i-Shahi – Chapter 2;
      Baharistan-i-Shahi – Chapter 3;
      Baharistan-i-Shahi – Chapter 4;
      Baharistan-i-Shahi – Chapter 5;
      Baharistan-i-Shahi – Chapter 6;
      Baharistan-i-Shahi – Chapter 7;
      Baharistan-i-Shahi – Chapter 8.

      Index June 2010

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