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Latin America and the lost generations
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Latin America and the lost generations

Chile, Spain and Mexico lead the OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) figures for having the highest number of young people who are neither in work nor in education. Among the associated problems are the greater difficulty in finding work, lower salaries and having a lower standard of living […]

Where is feminism heading?
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Where is feminism heading?

A worldwide conference is being organised in Prague which will debate the future of gender movements fighting for equality in the 21st Century. The event will run from 21st to 24th May.     The “Global Report on Gender Equality 2012”, published by the World Economic Forum (WEF), indicates that […]

Playing with hunger
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Playing with hunger

90% of food produced annually belongs to only 10 major multinationals. Companies which put their own profits before human lives. 1,000 million people suffer from starvation on a planet where food is abundant. . Ramón Alabau . Whilst Nestlé bottles and sells Pakistan’s underground water for high prices, many of […]

When did the United States ally with Israel?
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When did the United States ally with Israel?

Shortly after approving Palestine’s inclusion as a non-member observer State into the United Nations last year, the U.S. Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton, as expected, categorically rejected the United Nation’s decision, and once again recalled the United States’ commitment to Israel.   Javier E. Núñez Calderón “The United States’ commitment […]