News

27/1/2005
Coverage from Choike, which aims to give visibility to Southern civil society.
26/1/2005
New guidelines are being issued for teachers advising them about the warning signs that a pupil is being forced into a marriage.
25/1/2005
Pakistani human rights lawyer and UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion and Belief, Asma Jehangir, during her recent visit to Dhaka, was interviewed on the state of the religious minorities, specially Ahmadiyyas vis-a-vis human rights.
24/1/2005
No existe un “choque de civilizaciones”: hoy el choque en el mundo es entre los fascistas y los antifascistas.
21/1/2005
There is no such thing as the 'clash of civilizations': the clash in the world today is between fascists and antifascists.
20/1/2005
What can we do to prevent a human-made disaster? by N. Shanmugaratnam.
20/1/2005
WLUML will participate in the upcoming Feminist Dialogues (FD), a 2 day transnational meeting of feminist networks and organizations held before the World Social Forum.
19/1/2005
Iran's hard-line judiciary has made a rare admission of error over a case involving Nobel laureate Shirin Ebadi.
18/1/2005
The conference, held in Manama, Bahrain, was the first to bring together human rights activists from all GCC countries and Yemen to discuss violence and discrimination against women.
17/1/2005
The survey shows women want legal rights; dispels notions that women believe tradition and culture should limit their participation in government.