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Nigeria: Peace, progress and challenge
Human Rights World

Nigeria: Peace, progress and challenge

As Nigeria celebrates 50 years of independence, a point of reflection is made in evaluating the country’s development and planning for the future. On Wednesday, 8 December, a Gladwyn lecture titled “Peace, Progress and Challenge” will be given specifically on Nigerian education from 1960-2010. Since its break with the United Kingdom […]

This weekend: Latin America 2010
Movement United Kingdom

This weekend: Latin America 2010

With the convention just days away, it’s time to highlight the immensely useful, holistic view of the region that this conference will give to its attendees—in the realms of politics, the environment, human rights, empowerment, justice and activism. This Saturday, on 4 December 2010, a full-day of panels, workshops, discussions […]

Counting down the days: Latin America 2010
Movement

Counting down the days: Latin America 2010

Next Saturday 4th December, a full-day conference will be held in order to discuss the reality of the current situation in this region, whilst exploring the ways in which education, solidarity, international support and activism can make a difference. With less than a week left until the big conference, the anticipation […]

The last Britain in Guantanamo
Migrants Movement

The last Britain in Guantanamo

Despite Barak Obama’s promise to close down Guantanamo Bay, Shaker Aamer a former British resident and father of four is continuing to be detained in the illegal enclosure in Cuba after nine years of being imprisoned without charge or trial. Sofia Ahmad 43 year old Shaker Aamer is the last […]