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1 The Mask of Democracy. (part 2 of 2)
2 The mask of democracy (part 1 of 2)
3 In a society governed by 'free' markets and by 'free' elections, organized greed always defeats disorganized democracy. (Matt Taibbi)
4 Inequality is part of an ideology. It is not a natural process; it is based on political decisions. (Thomas Piketty)
5 Has Human Rights Learning gone from irrelevance to insignificance?
6 There are too many professionals with good intentions in the nutrition field, but not fighting for the cause of the right to nutrition.
7 Work in human rights: As the late US representative John Lewis used to say:
8 The principles of human rights can indeed be made the basis for commonsense solutions to humanity's problems (Branko Marcetic)
9 If You Are Neutral in Times of Injustice, You Have Chosen the Side of the Oppressor. (Desmond Tutu)
10 Yes, I Write the Readers With a Lot of Anger (Creative Anger)
11 Fewer than 10% of the world's population participates fully in political life; less still on human rights. Do you get involved in long struggles?
12 The basic conflict of our times is to decide when to cling to the prescriptions of a failing paradigm and when to see through it and let it go. (P. Brook)
13 As political activists, we act in the shadows --and in darkness, there is little room to maneuver politically. (Boaventura de Sousa Santos)
14 Development ought to actually be a process of subversion of old ways so that new ways can replace them. (G. Axinu)
15 As I see it: Have all the facts about globallzation and human rights in one place.(Part 2 of 2)
16 As I see it: Have all the facts about globalization and human rights in one place. (Part 1 of 2)
17 The autocratic control of disaster capitalism has gone off the rails. (Rob Wallace)
18 How often are NGOs the executive arm of philanthrocapitalism? (Eduardo Luque G.)
19 Allow me to deconstruct the idea that the masses have been the agents of history.
20 What complicates our human rights work is the lack of information we have as realtes to hidden, semi-hidden or false truths.
21 America is getting a history lesson Robert J Gaydos
22 Spontaneous social movements are increasingly and freely moving in the direction of human rights.
23 In politics, everything boils down to knowing who wields power with what purpose and in the benefit of whom. (Louis Casado)
24 For human rights, improved terms of trade are more important than foreign aid
25 There is no pursuit of a common good in current development trends.
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