[Alternatives International], ces 60 derniers jours

Alternatives International est un réseau d’organisations
établies au Niger, en Afrique du Sud, en Inde, au Brésil,
au Maroc, en Israël, en Palestine, en France et au Canada.
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mardi 8 janvier 2019

  • “Landgrab is a Universal Phenomenon With Historical Roots”
    In her new novel, Land for Fatimah, Veena Gokhale brings to life the experiences of an Indo-Canadian expatriate, Anjali, working for an NGO in a fictional African country named Kamorga. Anjali gets invested in the struggle to find land for Fatimah, a dispossessed, subsistence farmer. With (...)

dimanche 6 janvier 2019

  • Book Review: Go, Went, Gone
    Go, Went, Gone By Jenny Erpenbeck Translated from the German by Susan Bernofsky There didn't seem to be any apparent references or connections but for some reason Richard from the novel ‘ Go Went Gone', took me back to Atticus Finch of ‘ To kill a mockingbird ‘. Even though written years apart (...)

samedi 5 janvier 2019

  • In Baghdad, the Social Forum Regains its Relevance
    Last November 22nd to the 25th, I had the opportunity to participate in a little known event (at least in the North!) in Baghdad. A meeting bringing together activists of various faiths, from eleven Iraqi cities, organized around eight themes and articulating daily struggles towards social (...)

vendredi 14 décembre 2018

  • Popular Uprising in Paris and Left's Fear of Populism
    I For the fourth consecutive week ending with 9 December 2018, Paris reverberated with the march of the Yellow Vests, angry protesters denouncing the government, asking President Macron to resign, smashing shops, cars, and vans, erecting barricades, and setting them on fire. The protesters (...)

samedi 8 décembre 2018

  • Can the Yellow Vests Speak?
    France's elites were quick to condemn the gilets jaunes protesters as stupid and backward. But as novelist Édouard Louis writes, they're just standing up for their rights. For some days now, I've been trying to write a text on and for the gilets jaunes, but I can't do it. Something in the (...)

  • Self-organized Yellow Vest Protest Movement Exposes Inequality and Hollowness of French Regime
    Ignored by Macron, distorted by the media, courted by the Right, snubbed by the Left, the self-organized mass movement known as the Yellow Vests is seriously challenging the political and economic order in France. In Paris, on the morning of Saturday Dec. 1, as thousands of self-organized (...)

  • The Ignored Legacy of George H.W. Bush: War Crimes, Racism, and Obstruction of Justice
    The tributes to former President George H.W. Bush, who died on Friday aged 94, have been pouring in from all sides of the political spectrum. He was a man “of the highest character,” said his eldest son and fellow former president, George W. Bush. “He loved America and served with character, (...)

  • Farmers And Others
    Will the kisan take care of interests of landless peasants as well? In the aftermath of the demonstrations by farmers in the name of agricultural prices and loan waiving, it is important to remember that village India also comprises of landless peasants who have nothing to sell on the market (...)

jeudi 29 novembre 2018

  • Dr. Amit Sengupta: People's Health Movement (PHM) Tribute
    It is with extreme sadness that we announce the passing away of our dear comrade Dr. Amit Sengupta, a beloved colleague, friend, mentor and activist. Amit passed away on 28 November 2018, in a swimming accident in Goa, India. Amit was a founding member of PHM at its creation in 2000 in Savar, (...)

mercredi 21 novembre 2018

  • Global Campaign For Education Welcomes New President
    KATHMANDU - A newly elected President Refat Sabbah, the General Secretary of the Arab Coalition for Education for All (ACEA), takes the reins and leads the movement into a transformative, sustainable and just future to ensure strengthened collective efforts that hold governments accountable to (...)


9 novembre 2017 - Facebook - Amitié entre les peuples - site

Facebook - Amitié entre les peuples - site

24 septembre 2017 - Commission démocratie d’ATTAC : contributions.

Commission démocratie d’ATTAC : contributions.
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8 janvier 2017 - Ni kippa, ni voile, ni autre signe religieux ostensible à l’Assemblée Nationale

Ni kippa, ni voile, ni autre signe religieux ostensible à l’Assemblée Nationale

30 août 2016 - Le sexo-séparatisme est une ségrégation sexuelle contraire à l’égalité entre hommes et femmes

Le sexo-séparatisme est une ségrégation sexuelle contraire à l’égalité entre hommes et femmes - (...)

16 juillet 2016 - Enjeux épistémologiques et géopolitiques d’une géographie de l’athéisme. Romain Delarue

Enjeux épistémologiques et géopolitiques d’une géographie de l’athéisme. Romain Delarue (...)