Source: The Guardian | The Dawn News | Diciembre 2016. Iman Amrani visits the Dakhla refugee camp in Algeria, where the remote Fisahara festival is held. Women explain how they are using film activism to empower their community.
July 2, 2016 / [email protected] / Make A Comment / FPM News, News from Palestine According to an experienced reporter on Palestine, 50 percent of the water to a city of 40,000 people has been cut off during Ramadan, a time ‘when people need to have access to food and water […]
On Sunday, thousands of Yemenis gathered at the United Nations building in Sana’a calling for an international investigation into the U.S-backed Saudi assault on a funeral. The attack was carried out with warplanes and munitions sold to the Saudi-led coalition by the United States. The U.S. Air Force continues to […]
CHARLOTTE, N.C.—Almost too small to reach the microphone, Zianna Oliphant stepped to the podium at the Charlotte City Council meeting on Monday. Six days had passed since the fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott, a period marked by anger and unrest in North Carolina’s largest city. Zianna had come to […]
Source: Democracy Now / The Dawn News / September 22, 2016. In South Africa, the police launched tear gas and stunning granades on the students from the University of Witwatersrand, in Johannesburg, who were there protesting against the 8% increase of the school enrolment for 2017. Students demand that education should […]
Source: Telesur On July 10th, 2016 the community of Santa Elena of La Paz in Honduras, held a communitarian referendum and decided to stop a hydroelectric project that would affect their river and environment. the referendum and decision was made following the International Labor Organization Convention, No. 169 which guarantees […]