Confronting the Internet’s Dark Side: Moral and Social Responsibility on the Free Highway

Confronting the Internet’s Dark Side is the first comprehensive book on social responsibility on the Internet. The book aims to strike a balance between the Free Speech Principle and the responsibilities of the individual, corporation, state, and the international community. It is argued that freedom of expression is of utmost importance and value but it needs to […]

A Brazilian View on Global Citizenship Education

Madza Ednir Centro de Criação de Imagem Popular, Brasil. (With gratitude towars Claudia Ceccon, whose critical comments much have contributed to enrich this article). [email protected] / http://www.cecip.org.br / @Madzed . Read here Portuguese version / Leia aqua a versão em português. Abstract: This article is an improved and expanded version of apresentation made at the Journée Educasol […]

Crise da água na região metropolitana de São Paulo, Brasil

Valdir Lamim-Guedes Biólogo e Mestre em Ecologia pela Universidade Federal de Ouro Preto e-mail: [email protected] web: http://naraiz.wordpress.com/ . Resumo: A região metropolitana de São Paulo, com cerca de 20 milhões de pessoas, está em uma grave situação de escassez de água. Este texto, como uma reflexão para o Dia mundial da Água, aborda a problemática […]

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 […]

The Deterioration of Human Rights in Iran continues: Interview with Shabnam Assadollahi

Shabnam Assadollahi is a veteran human rights advocate who has worked extensively helping newcomers and refugees resettle in Canada. She has distinguished herself as a broadcaster, writer and public speaker. While her primary and heartfelt interest focuses on the Iranian community and events that affect both women and minority communities in the land of her birth […]

La noche en que México ardió en llamas

Gabriel Torreblanca Flores.i  Licenciado en Derecho con Posgrado en Fiscalización y Rendición de Cuentas. Cuenta con cursos de especialidad en Cabildeo y Producción Jurídica, Derecho Procesal Constitucional y en Gobierno y Gestión Local. Actualmente cursa el programa de Máster en Corrupción y Estado de Derecho en la Universidad de Salamanca, España. Email:  [email protected] / Twitter: @GTorreblank […]

CITIZENS RIGHTS WATCH

www.citizensrw.org CITIZENS RIGHTS WATCH (CRW) or “The Citizens” is an independent, non-governmental, non -profit, and goal-oriented organization promoting internationally recognized human rights under the principles of International human rights laws. The Citizens was incorporated in London under UK law. As Dr. Zoi Aliozi, CRW’s Secretary General says “The Citizens is a new organization, made by […]

Roads to Democracy. How Can History Education Pave the Way?

    “Roads to Democracy. How can History Education pave the Way?” 20th – 25th April 2015 History, Heritage and Citizenship Educators Across Europe and beyond are invited to apply to participate in the 22nd EUROCLIO (www.euroclio.eu) Annual Conference Professional Development and Training Course. The conference will take place in Elsinore, Denmark, a city standing […]

De nuevo, la seguridad y no la paz

De nuevo prevalece la seguridad -el inmenso negocio de la seguridad  sobre la paz. De nuevo los buitres de la guerra vencedores. No había dinero para reducir las enormes brechas sociales, para ayudar al desarrollo endógeno y evitar así estas emigraciones desesperadas… y ahora, de pronto, hay mucho dinero para la guerra.  Ya se intentó […]

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Qaryah Thayyibah: An Alternative School in Salatiga, Indonesia

Javier Collado talking with Ahmad Bahruddin in Salatiga, Indonesia. Javier Collado Ruano: Dear readers, it is a big pleasure to me to introduce you Mr. Ahmad Bahruddin, an experienced leader in Indonesia, who is working with a rich alternative educational project namely Qaryah Thayyibah Learning Community (QTLC) in the region of Salatiga, Indonesia. I have […]

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