Monthly Archives: April 2018

End Julian Assange’s Isolation

Sign the petition: https://www.change.org/p/end-julian-assange-s-isolation We demand that Julian Assange’s isolation ends NOW! “It is with great concern that we heard that Julian Assange has lost access to the internet and the right to receive visitors at the Ecuadorian London Embassy. Only … Continue reading

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DiEM25 – Democracy in Europe Movement 2025

Please sign-up and get involved: https://internal.diem25.org/en/users/sign_up?refer=u64397 “We believe that the European Union is disintegrating. Europeans are losing their faith in the possibility of European solutions to European problems. At the same time as faith in the EU is waning, we … Continue reading

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Donate to Freedom of the Press Foundation

https://freedom.press/donate/ “Freedom of the Press Foundation fights for journalists detained at the border, reporters arrested covering protests, and whistleblowers prosecuted for telling the truth.  Your generous donations sustain our important work. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation today.  Freedom of the … Continue reading

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Fire and Water Forged The Unique Biology of The Galápagos

Source: BBC.com By Jane Palmer 12 April, 2017 These Pacific islands are famed for their odd collection of animal species, but scientists have only now begun to realise how the islands’ ancient history led to present day diversity. About 14 … Continue reading

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Press freedom groups condemn Turkish actions against Kurdish newspaper, call for release of arrested staff

Source: AEJ March 29, 2018 – The undersigned international press freedom groups call on Turkish authorities to immediately release the 12 printworkers and staff arrested on March 28 at the premises and print works of the newspaper Ozgurlukcu Demokrasi and … Continue reading

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The Demise of the Nation State

Source: The Guardian / Author: Rana Dasgupta After decades of globalisation, our political system has become obsolete – and spasms of resurgent nationalism are a sign of its irreversible decline. What is happening to national politics? Every day in the … Continue reading

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