Equality and Territory: the Common Struggle of Indigenous Women in the Andes

Equality and Territory: the Common Struggle of Indigenous Women in the Andes

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Equality and Territory: the Common Struggle of Indigenous Women in the Andes By Mariela JaraReprint |      |  Print | Send by email |En español This article is published ahead of the International Day of Indigenous Women, celebrated September 5, which marks the execution of indigenous guerrilla leader Bartolina Sisa….

Amid Chronic Violence, Millions of Afghans Face Risks of Drought Related Displacement

Amid Chronic Violence, Millions of Afghans Face Risks of Drought Related Displacement

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Amid Chronic Violence, Millions of Afghans Face Risks of Drought Related Displacement By Enayatullah AzadReprint |      |  Print | Send by email Enayatullah Azad is Media, Information & Advocacy Coordinator, Norwegian Refugee Council Drought-affected IDP children from Badghis in front of their makeshift shelter in Kahdestan area or…

Activist Arrested for Monitoring Pipeline Construction on her Property

Activist Arrested for Monitoring Pipeline Construction on her Property

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ACTIVIST ARRESTED, PLACED IN SOLITARY FOR MONITORING PIPELINE CONSTRUCTION ON HER PROPERTY By Sharon Kelly, DeSmog Blog August 5, 2018 | RESIST! Above: Ellen Gerhart. Credit by Laura Evangelisto 2018 Note from Elise Gerhart: Here’s what you can do to support Ellen Sue Gerhart – more action items to come. Donate…