After the Durban climate talks

After the Durban climate talks: State and market climate failures amplified by civil society failure Durban, December 3, 2011. Photo by Anne Petermann/GJEP-GFC. By Patrick Bond, Durban February 28, 2012 -- Links International Journal of Socialist Renewal -- In 2007, former World Bank chief economist Nick Stern termed climate change the worst "market failure" in... Continue Reading →

URGENT APPEAL to the press and supporters of the people’s struggle in Golibar!

URGENT APPEAL to the press and supporters of the people’s struggle in Golibar! Golibar, Mumbai, February 29 : A few days ago the police had informed the residents that they will accompany the demolition team to Golibar’s Ganesh Krupa Society, on the 29th of February, Wednesday, 2012. There hasn’t been a notice for demolition, but... Continue Reading →

Consultation on Current Challenges to Democracy, Secularism & Fundamental Rights

Invitation to a Consultation on Current Challenges to Democracy, Secularism & Fundamental Rights 3rd March 2012, Saturday, J.P.Naik Bhavan, Mumbai University, Kalina Campus, Mumbai Women’s Research & Action Group (WRAG) is pleased to invite you to an All India Consultation on “Current Challenges to Democracy, Secularism & Fundamental Rights”. The Consultation is to be held on... Continue Reading →

CALL FOR ENDORSEMENTS: SIGN ON TO THE OSLO DECLARATION ON HIV CRIMINALISATION

CALL FOR ENDORSEMENTS: SIGN ON TO THE OSLO DECLARATION ON HIV CRIMINALISATION Prepared by international civil society members in Oslo, Norway on February 13, 2012. To read the complete declaration and to sign-on visit: http://www.hivjustice.net/oslo/oslo-declaration/. To learn more about the organizers and the objectives behind the Declaration visit: http://www.hivjustice.net/oslo/. ** At this time the Declaration... Continue Reading →

CNDP Condemns Prime Minister’s Slander Campaign against Koodankulam anti-NPP Struggle

CNDP Condemns Prime Minister's Slander Campaign against Koodankulam anti-NPP Struggle Feb 28, 2012 Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, in an interview to the American journal 'Science' published on this Friday said, "The atomic energy programme has got into difficulties because these NGOs mostly, I think, based in the US, don't appreciate the need for our... Continue Reading →

Citizens’ Statement Against Prime Minister’s Malicious Comment on Koodankulam Struggle

Citizens’ Statement Against Prime Minister’s Malicious Comment on Koodankulam Struggle February 27, 2012 Who is under theforeign hand? We strongly deplore the PM’s recent statement that the people’s struggle against Koodankulam nuclear power plant is instigated by foreign agencies and funds. We cannot accept our PM to stoop to such low levels. This allegation is... Continue Reading →

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