Scotland becomes the 17th country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage, after the Scottish Parliament on Tuesday passed the Marriage and Civil Partnership (Scotland) Bill by an overwhelming majority.
Political capture and economic inequality
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In collaboration with the National Coordination of Popular Committees (ANCOP), the video is a production of Carla Toledo
A total of 39 representatives from 23 organizations converged at the GOR Ngurah Rai Sports Center in Bali to participate in the said event
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Their demand was straight forward - India should walk out of the ministerial talks at Bali in Indonesia.
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From October 31 to November 1st, over 1,000 delegates from 60 countries gathered in London for the Open Government Partnership (OGP) Annual Summit.
Poetry and partner stories from Latin America, Africa, south-east Asia and the Middle East, bringing together the work of Christian Aid and the art of poetry.
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The Committee on World Food Security must not allow itself to be captured by biofuels interest groups
Social movements and civil society organizations from different parts of the world have met on 3 -4 September 2013 in Saint Petersburg, Russia, on the eve of the G20 Summit and in a context of the threat by the United States of America (USA) to attack Syria.
If Syria is attacked it will no doubt lead to increased suffering of Syrian people who will be the victims. Moreover it will lead to further insecurity in the region. We do not know what reaction the Syrian government will have against its attackers, neighbors, or own people.
Citizan's groups are reuniting through an International People's Treaty in order to demand a better regulation of transnational corporations operations that violate human rights.
Being poor often means you don't have the power to influence the policies and decisions that affect your life. But when the roof of her school fell in, Raquel Rodrigues Ferreira decided to make a stand.
Iara Pietricovsky de Oliveira, co-director, INESC, Brazil