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22.11.2020

Spanish bishop denounces drama of migrants on Canary Islands: “We must treat them as people, help them and take them in”

Spanish bishop denounces drama of migrants on Canary Islands: “We must treat them as people, help them and take them in”

By Mada Jurado A Spanish bishop has denounced the drama of migrants on the Canary Islands, urging that “we must treat them as people, help them and take them in”. New arrivals left “without food, drink and destination” after being… »

20.11.2020

Polluting investments not in our name

Polluting investments not in our name

Daniel Willis Parliamentarians and NGOs across Europe have signed joint statements calling for public development banks to respect human rights and stop funding fossil fuels. Last week saw the first ever international meeting of public finance institutions, dubbed the Finance in Common Summit, as development banks from around the… »

20.11.2020

Pushbacks in Greek Waters Put Lives at Risk

Pushbacks in Greek Waters Put Lives at Risk

Border Patrol Agency has a Duty to Protect Human Rights Eva Cossé Mounting evidence suggests the Greek government has been secretly expelling thousands of migrants trying to reach its shores. An EUObserver article published on November 18 also suggests… »

18.11.2020

Moldovans elect their first female president

Moldovans elect their first female president

Maia Sandu beat Igor Dodon in Sunday’s runoff vote Maia Sandu is set to become Moldova’s first female president after winning a landslide victory in Sunday’s election. According to preliminary figures from Moldova’s Central Electoral Commission (CEC), Sandu took 57.7 percent of the vote compared to 42.3 percent for… »

17.11.2020

Revising Our Moral Values: A Society Not Based on Work

Revising Our Moral Values: A Society Not Based on Work

By Flavio Del Santo In memory of David Graeber (1961-2020), whose untimely death deprived contemporary anarchist ideology of one of its finest thinkers Why do we (and should we) work? We are today going through a global pandemic which inevitably conditions some of the structures of our society. The places… »

17.11.2020

Genetic engineering research is a secret: How the federal government and the EU want to let us run blindly into a high-risk adventure

Genetic engineering research is a secret: How the federal government and the EU want to let us run blindly into a high-risk adventure

Classified information: Millions and millions are spent on genetic engineering projects, but research into the risks of genome changes and into detection methods that make it possible to detect genetically modified organisms, for example in food, is completely underfunded. Genetic engineering on the plate or in the field: Most people… »

16.11.2020

Germany’s Sea-Eye adds fourth migrant rescue ship to fleet

Germany’s Sea-Eye adds fourth migrant rescue ship to fleet

The NGO is launching an additional vessel amid a spike in the number of migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea. Some 900 people have drowned making the treacherous journey from North Africa to Europe. The German migrant rescue organization Sea-Eye is bolstering its fleet with an additional rescue ship,… »

15.11.2020

E. Salvanou: in the country an agenda against every kind of civil rights is being played out

E. Salvanou: in the country an agenda against every kind of civil rights is being played out

By Emilia Salvanou*. “Streets and protests carry the virus and give birth to disease” (Michalis Chrisochoidis, Greek Minister of Citizen Protection, 14.11.2020) In striking opposition with the recent decision of the European Parliament that the corona pandemic should not be used as an excuse to undermine… »

13.11.2020

German industry hopes to lift Bolivia’s lithium treasure

German industry hopes to lift Bolivia’s lithium treasure

Bolivia boasts one of the biggest lithium reserves in the world. After Luis Arce was elected the country’s new president, exploration hopes are mounting, especially among German investors. The glory days of the mines in Bolivia’s Cerro Rico (Rich Mountain) region are long gone. The only ones left digging for… »

13.11.2020

Spain: Respect Rights of People Arriving by Sea to Canary Islands

Spain: Respect Rights of People Arriving by Sea to Canary Islands

Ensure Adequate Reception Conditions, Access to Information and Asylum Spanish authorities should immediately alleviate overcrowded and unsanitary conditions on the Arguineguín pier, Gran Canaria, one of Spain’s Canary Islands, Human Rights Watch said today. Since November 7, 2020, when Human Rights Watch visited the pier, the number of migrants… »

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