Human Rights: From a Cosmological Anthropic Principle to the Molecular Revolution of Quantum Consciousness

Versión castellano AMANDLA! Global Education Magazine is based on a new awareness focused on ethics, solidarity and cooperation as essential values for the common future of humanity. A humanity which has a complex pluriculturalism, which is inherited from the same genetic code: cosmic-biological and cultural-historical, as we proceed from the same cosmic post-Big Bang evolution. […]

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Emerging Human Rights

  Over the past decades, massive changes have taken place in the world. Without going any further, 65 years have passed since The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly. Member States of the United Nations have realized the necessity of a binding document (considering that UDHR is no legally binding) […]

Institut de Drets Humans de Catalunya

The Institut de Drets Humans de Catalunya (IHRC) carries out three parallel. yet independent, lines of work; the promotion, consultation, and teaching of human rights. In each of these areas special attention is given to relations with other institutions, network participation and study and research activities. In the area of promotion, activities of different types are carried out on diverse […]

Global Education Magazine: Human Rights Day

Download the magazine here     IN MEMORIAM: NELSON MANDELA We speak here of the challenge of the dichotomies of war and peace, violence and non-violence, racism and human dignity, oppression and repression and liberty and human rights, poverty and freedom from want. Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Address (10 December 1993)   AMANDLA! Global Education […]

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