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Googleにとっての中国: 人権うんぬんよりも世界でのビジネスが第一

by kuroyagi


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David Hicks

by Beju
Its been roughly 5 years and 3 months since David Hicks was captured by the Northern Alliance in Afghanistan and with charges only recently being laid for attempted murder and for providing material support for terrorism, how much longer does David Hicks have to wait before he has his day in court?

Difficulty In Apologising

by Beju
The Japanese Imperial Army, from 1932 until the end of World War II used approximately 200,000 women (some as young as 12) from North Korea, South Korea, China, Taiwan, the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia as "Comfort Women". Why is saying sorry so difficult? Is it because people don't like admitting that they are wrong?

Fate Driven By Politics

by Beju
David Hicks, after being locked up in Guantanamo Bay for over 5 years, is finally having a day in a court. Not a fair court under international standards, but a military court.

Second Class Citizens

by Beju
International Women's Day was celebrated on March the 8th all around the world. However, it seems that in some countries, women have very little rights and are constantly abused, raped and treated like second class citizens. This piece talks about the womans rights advocates arrested in Iran and the lashing of a woman in Saudi Arabia


Right To Play - Canada

by Gérard Delisle
Welcome! Right To Play Canada works to connect with the Canadian public to increase awareness and fundraising within Canada in support of Right To Play projects in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.


by Gérard Delisle
The MAGIC Network, formerly known as the Oslo Challenge Network, was set up for professionals and organizations working in the field of children and the media to share information and ideas. The Oslo Challenge Network was established In November 1999 when young people involved in media projects, media professionals and child rights experts gathered in the Norwegian capital Oslo to discuss the role the media can play in the development of children's rights throughout the world. OF PARTICULAR INTEREST TO PHOTOGRAPHERS article on ‘Eye See’ photo project spotlights the views of young earthquake survivors in Pakistan.

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