Water and Sustainable Development: One Voice From Zaragoza

www.unwater.org The UN-Water Annual International Zaragoza Conference was held in January and kicked off the year that will shine a spotlight on water and sustainable development.    “2015 is an important year. An important year for disaster risk reduction, an important year for climate and an important year for water,” said the UN-Water Chair, Michel Jarraud […]

HUMANISFESTO: THE BIOMIMETIC SYMBIOSIS BETWEEN ECOLOGICAL SUSTAINABILITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

Learning from the Nature in the Banaue Rice Terraces of the Philippines. Versión castellana Solidarity is a trans-dimensional phenomenon that goes beyond the ontological essence of human nature. In fact, when we analyze the connections between the microcosm and the macrocosm, we perceive that human beingsare not involved in chaos and arbitrariness, but belongs to […]

J.K. ROWLING: INTERNATIONAL AID CAN HELP END THE INSTITUTIONALISATION OF CHILDREN ‘IN OUR LIFETIME’

Author launches #LetsTalkLumos campaign for eight million children in institutions or orphanages, of whom over 80 per cent have living parents J.K. Rowling today urged some of the world’s largest international aid donors to use their financial might to eradicate institutions and orphanages that harm children. As Founder and President of the international children’s charity […]

CSEDU 2015: International Conference on Computer Supported Education

CSEDU 2015, the International Conference on Computer Supported Education, aims at becoming a yearly meeting place for presenting and discussing new educational environments, best practices and case studies on innovative technology-based learning strategies, institutional policies on computer supported education including open and distance education, using computers. In particular, the Web is currently a preferred medium […]

Interview with Dr. Katherine Müller-Marin, Representative of UNESCO to VietNam

Javier Collado Ruano (JCR): Dr. Katherine Müller-Marin is a native of Costa Rica who began her career as the Curriculum Planning Director at the Distance Teaching University of Costa Rica. She went on to serve at the Costa Rican Ministry of Planning and Economic Policy in Institutional Strengthening and Reengineering. She holds a Master’s degree […]

PROPAGATING PEACE IN INDONESIA: A Small Lesson from Peace Building Program in Multi-Ethnic groups in Konawe District

Mulyono Sardjono (YIS Surakarta, Indonesia) [email protected],com . . Indonesia is one of the most diverse countries in the world. This diversity is reflected in the form of the state which is the largest archipelago country in the world with about 17,500 islands, big and small islands with a population of around 245 million (estimated in […]

TEDx Liberdade

O evento 23 de abril de 2014 Cine Joia, Praça Carlos Gomes, 82 – Sé, 01501-040, São Paulo, Brazil  ICNL and ECNL Announce TEDxLiberdade: The Power of Together  April 16, 2014 ICNL and the European Center for Not-for-Profit Law (ECNL) are pleased to announce TEDxLiberdade: The Power of Together on April 23, 2014 in São […]

XVI CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL DE HISTORIA DE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS. PERSPECTIVAS INTERDISCIPLINARES

  XVI CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL DE HISTORIA DE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS. PERSPECTIVAS INTERDISCIPLINARES DÍAS 24 Y 25 DE ABRIL DE 2014   DIRECTORAS: Prfª. Dra. Dª. LUCYLÉA GONÇALVES FRANÇA (UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO MARANHÃO, Brasil) Prfª. Dra. Dª. Mª. ESTHER MARTÍNEZ QUINTEIRO (UNIVERSIDAD DE SALAMANCA, España)    COORDINADORA: PRFª. Dra. Dª. Mª. PAZ PANDO BALLESTEROS (UNIVERSIDAD DE […]

Reflections for the 21st Century: On How to Discern on the Importance of International Women’s Day

 By Marta Benavides, GCAP Global Co Chair, and the Feminist Task Force/FTF, SIGLO XXIII Movement for Culture of Peace, El Salvador . The International day of Women was created in recognition and to celebrate the Rights of women workers, in order to promote their participation in the struggle for equity and equality, which presently is one […]

Indigenous Women of Eco-villages in Orissa Asserts their Rights

Normally the voice of the Poor and Hard core poor in particular indigenous people is not being heard by government departments, because after 66 years of independence India, still these excluded groups are struggling for their livelihood. The grass root democracy and empowerment process of Gram Sabha and Palli sabha is not well recognized and […]

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