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Person of the Year - The American Soldier

NeverCalm!, 04.05.2004 14:29

Time's Person of the Year for 2003 is....the American Soldier.



The so called &quot;Antwerp Rough diamonds connection with Al Qaeda&quot;. Questions about a possible manipulation of the public opinion by the American media. ( The Washington Post By Douglas Farah)

Jasson Main, 04.05.2004 14:11

For everyone that doesn't know me, here's a small introduction. I am Belgian and originally Lebanese. I was born and raised in Koïdu Town, Sierra Leone. This is one of the richest diamond mining areas of Sierra Leone. My father was a diamond dealer and I started doing rough diamond business from a very early age. I've always worked within the African continent. I've been coming to Belgium since I was a very young boy and I lived here for over 20 years. I never really lived in Lebanon, in total I spent there only 5 years. I was married for 7 years to a Belgian woman and had two children with her. A very ugly custody battle turned in to a battle against the world.



Samih Ossaily is onschuldig!

mario van prat, 04.05.2004 14:05

Samih Ossaily is onschuldig, inderdaad! Dit heb ik in geen enkel artikel, in geen enkele krant en van geen enkele journalist gehoord. Het is veel leuker natuurlijk om een terrorist onder ons te hebben om over te schrijven. Sinds Ossaily gearresteerd werd in april 2002 heb ik nergens de waarheid kunnen lezen over wat er eigenlijk gaande is in deze zaak! Natuurlijk is het voor mij veel gemakkelijker omdat ik dan ook de volledige waarheid ken en daarom vond ik het tijd om deze naar buiten te brengen.



Open-ended fast

J. Peyret, 04.05.2004 13:58

Three persons decided to start an unlimited period of political fasting, on the 21rst June 2004,
in Paris.
Our goal is to get public awareness through this non violent action and to force the government
into taking a new direction, and choosing a nuclear free politic.
We wish to present two precise and concrete requests:
- To use part of the research budget to develop renewable energies
- To abandon the EPR nuclear reactor project (European Pressurized Reactor)




The so called &quot;Antwerp Rough diamonds connection with Al Qaeda&quot;. Questions about a possible manipulation of the public opinion by the American media. ( The Washington Post By Douglas Farah)

Jasson Main, 04.05.2004 13:55

For everyone that doesn't know me, here's a small introduction. I am Belgian and originally Lebanese. I was born and raised in Koïdu Town, Sierra Leone. This is one of the richest diamond mining areas of Sierra Leone. My father was a diamond dealer and I started doing rough diamond business from a very early age. I've always worked within the African continent. I've been coming to Belgium since I was a very young boy and I lived here for over 20 years. I never really lived in Lebanon, in total I spent there only 5 years. I was married for 7 years to a Belgian woman and had two children with her. A very ugly custody battle turned in to a battle against the world.



The so called &quot;Antwerp Rough diamonds connection with Al Qaeda&quot;. Questions about a possible manipulation of the public opinion by the American media. ( The Washington Post By Douglas Farah)

Jasson Main, 04.05.2004 13:53

For everyone that doesn't know me, here's a small introduction. I am Belgian and originally Lebanese. I was born and raised in Koïdu Town, Sierra Leone. This is one of the richest diamond mining areas of Sierra Leone. My father was a diamond dealer and I started doing rough diamond business from a very early age. I've always worked within the African continent. I've been coming to Belgium since I was a very young boy and I lived here for over 20 years. I never really lived in Lebanon, in total I spent there only 5 years. I was married for 7 years to a Belgian woman and had two children with her. A very ugly custody battle turned in to a battle against the world.



PREVENCIÓN DEL ABUSO SEXUAL INFANTIL: A PARTIR DEL DISEÑO DE ESTRATEGIAS COMUNICATIVAS EN LOS NIÑOS DE 4 – 11 AÑOS DE EDAD DEL BARRIO LA PAZ DE LA CIUDAD DE BARRANQUILLA

JOHANA P. SENIOR GONZÁLEZ - MARLYS C. MÁRQUEZ ROMO, 04.05.2004 12:45

Actualmente el abuso sexual infantil se entiende como una violación de los derechos del niño(a) en la que éste(a) es tratado(a) como un objeto sexual y una mercancía.
Las prácticas de abuso se ven reforzadas en los jóvenes por dos factores: en primer lugar, por la ausencia relativa de reconocimiento social como seres en proceso de formación y desarrollo hacia convertirse en sujetos dueños del control de sus vidas y en consecuencia, con necesidad de políticas de protección especial; y, en segundo lugar, por la “aceptación social” que asocia sexualidad a juventud y legitima las relaciones entre jóvenes y adultos.
La violencia sexual infantil no es solamente un problema de salud pública, es un conflicto social mucho más profundo que incluye todas aquellas faltas de cuidado, atención y amor que afectan al desarrollo integral y todas las injusticias que contra los niños se ejercen por parte de sus padres, cuidadores, maestros, vecinos, la comunidad en general y el estado como responsables de la protección de sus derechos.

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A pesar del bajo número de las denuncias y de registro de los casos, los informes presentados por algunos organismos como el ICBF, la fundación Renacer, indican que “en Colombia hay 18.000.000 de personas menores de 18 años y las investigaciones desarrolladas en el país estiman cifras que van desde considerar que hay 4.477 mujeres menores de 20 años ejerciendo la prostitución, hasta plantear que existen 35.000 niños(as) vinculados(as) a esta práctica, pasando por una cifra media de 20.000 niños(as) explotados(as) sexualmente”1.
Ante tal situación, sólo recientemente comenzaron a pronunciarse sobre el tema organismos privados y gubernamentales que con diferentes puntos de vista han venido desarrollando investigaciones, diseñando estrategias de prevención e intervención contra el abuso sexual infantil y de la proyección de la niñez, esfuerzos que en su mayoría son aislados y desconocidos.
Por ello, esta propuesta de trabajo está orientada hacia la Prevención del Abuso Sexual Infantil por medio del Diseño de Estrategias Comunicativas, las cuales están pensadas y enfocadas hacia los padres del barrio La Paz a quienes se les busca instruir en dicho tema.
Con seguridad estas enseñanzas conducirán al análisis y reflexión de la situación y al esfuerzo mutuo para tratar de construir un bienestar comenzando por la paz en casa.





PREVENCIÓN DEL ABUSO SEXUAL INFANTIL: A PARTIR DEL DISEÑO DE ESTRATEGIAS COMUNICATIVAS EN LOS NIÑOS DE 4 – 11 AÑOS DE EDAD DEL BARRIO LA PAZ DE LA CIUDAD DE BARRANQUILLA

JOHANA P. SENIOR GONZÁLEZ - MARLYS C. MÁRQUEZ ROMO, 04.05.2004 12:40

Actualmente el abuso sexual infantil se entiende como una violación de los derechos del niño(a) en la que éste(a) es tratado(a) como un objeto sexual y una mercancía. Las prácticas de abuso se ven reforzadas en los jóvenes por dos factores: en primer lugar, por la ausencia relativa de reconocimiento social como seres en proceso de formación y desarrollo hacia convertirse en sujetos dueños del control de sus vidas y en consecuencia, con necesidad de políticas de protección especial; y, en segundo lugar, por la “aceptación social” que asocia sexualidad a juventud y legitima las relaciones entre jóvenes y adultos. La violencia sexual infantil no es solamente un problema de salud pública, es un conflicto social mucho más profundo que incluye todas aquellas faltas de cuidado, atención y amor que afectan al desarrollo integral y todas las injusticias que contra los niños se ejercen por parte de sus padres, cuidadores, maestros, vecinos, la comunidad en general y el estado como responsables de la protección de sus derechos. A pesar del bajo número de las denuncias y de registro de los casos, los informes presentados por algunos organismos como el ICBF, la fundación Renacer, indican que “en Colombia hay 18.000.000 de personas menores de 18 años y las investigaciones desarrolladas en el país estiman cifras que van desde considerar que hay 4.477 mujeres menores de 20 años ejerciendo la prostitución, hasta plantear que existen 35.000 niños(as) vinculados(as) a esta práctica, pasando por una cifra media de 20.000 niños(as) explotados(as) sexualmente”. Ante tal situación, sólo recientemente comenzaron a pronunciarse sobre el tema organismos privados y gubernamentales que con diferentes puntos de vista han venido desarrollando investigaciones, diseñando estrategias de prevención e intervención contra el abuso sexual infantil y de la proyección de la niñez, esfuerzos que en su mayoría son aislados y desconocidos. Por ello, esta propuesta de trabajo está orientada hacia la Prevención del Abuso Sexual Infantil por medio del Diseño de Estrategias Comunicativas, las cuales están pensadas y enfocadas hacia los padres del barrio La Paz a quienes se les busca instruir en dicho tema. Con seguridad estas enseñanzas conducirán al análisis y reflexión de la situación y al esfuerzo mutuo para tratar de construir un bienestar comenzando por la paz en casa.



WALT GROENING (W$)

£, 04.05.2004 12:07

W$ G1MPING,
PUTTING THE REDEYE BACK IN PHOTOGRAPHY



Forum Barcelona: el gran enagaño

María Toraño Caso, 04.05.2004 09:34

La gente está confundida: confunden el Forum Barcelona con el Foro Social Mundial



Common Ground Magazine (Vancouver) Union Busts. All Commom Ground Employees Fired.

Nick Walker, former employee, 04.05.2004 09:13

jr_150.jpeg Common Ground Magazine located in Vancouver was certified by the CEP, Communication, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada in late 2002. The first bargaining agreement was ratified by early 2003. And by February of 2004 Common Ground Magazine had fired all former staff including all anti union management hired to replace union employees and to bust apart the employee union initiative. Joseph Roberts suceeded.



Common Ground Magazine (Vancouver) Union Busts. All Commom Ground Employees Fired.

Nick Walker, former employee, 04.05.2004 09:01

Common Ground Magazine located in Vancouver was certified by the CEP, Communication, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada in late 2002. The first bargaining agreement was ratified by early 2003. And by February of 2004 Common Ground Magazine had fired all former staff including all anti union management hired to replace union employees and to bust apart the employee union initiative. Joseph Roberts suceeded.



Western killers, please, spare us your disgusting ethics.

Agustin Velloso, 04.05.2004 08:38

Crocodile tears are being shed in the US and UK because of the occupation soldiers who engage in torturing Iraqi prisoners. After the decade long sanctions, the war of aggression, the occupation of the country and subsequent plunder, are we to believe in those tears? No way.



Using Dogs on the Roadblocks

Zajel Youth Exchange Programe, 04.05.2004 08:38

The soldiers let him pass as they mocked him for screaming, and bleeding.



The Future of Religious Freedom Under the Israeli Occupation

Nasir Al-Shaer, 04.05.2004 08:34

The Israeli occupation, and especially the heightened aggression that has characterized the past three years, has severely impeded the internationally recognized rights of the Palestinian people to freely practice their religious believes. This is a direct violation of many statements from the international community for Israel to respect the rights of Palestinians of all faiths to pray freely, and to safely enter sacred sites.



Detention of Peace Activist

Zajel Youth Exchange Programe, 04.05.2004 08:30

During my return trip from the States, I was arrested by the Israelis on the 3rd of April 2003 at the Allenby Bridge. Without any investigation, I was placed in administrative detention for a period of 6 months, and was given no chance to defend myself.



One Year in Prison/ Story of Faculty of Journalism’s Student.

Zajil Youth Exchange Programe, 04.05.2004 08:23

I got a call from my brother telling me that some Israeli jeeps were on the way to arrest me, and that they had taken two of my brothers as hostages in order to ensure that I did not try to escape



Broken Leg on the Roadblock

Zajel Youth Exchange Programe, 04.05.2004 08:19

“I usually prefer to travel on Friday because the Israeli soldiers are sometimes easier to deal with on Friday than on Saturday"



Report on Students in Need

Zajjel Youth Exchange Programe, 04.05.2004 08:10

The imposed Israeli siege and the reoccupation of all Palestinian cities and villages (since April 3, 2002) has severely affected academic progress.



The People Zapper

..., 04.05.2004 08:10

The People Zapper
This new secret weapon doesn’t kill, but it sure does burn
 http://www.globalsecurity.org/org/news/2001/010227zapper.htm
By C. Mark Brinkley, Times Staff Writer
Marine Corps Times
March 5, 2001



Nemer hammad meets communities

Alessandra, 04.05.2004 07:35

Upcoming event

A sostegno della resistenza del popolo palestinese



Mr. Adnan Idrees Refused Permission to Leave

Zajel Youth Exchange, 04.05.2004 07:33

The Israeli Supreme Court disallowed instructor Adnan Idrees his right to leave the country to visit the Holy Land of Saudi Arabia. Mr. Idrees was informed by the Court.



March 4th and the Shift in the Anti-War Movement

Waverly, 04.05.2004 04:25

Our country’s power and military influence continues to span the world, and we blame Bush. The solution for many is to throw ourselves behind John Kerry in hopes of getting “anyone but Bush” as our next president. In the rush to oust the current figurehead of the American Empire, we may be missing the bigger picture.



Pat Tillman was a Killer

US Soldier, 04.05.2004 03:43

Pat Tillman was a Killer.



Is the US military torturing Iraqis with electricity?

Dahr Jamail, 04.05.2004 01:37

Electric Liberation. The guys nervous system has been liberated but unfortunately his body has not.



POLICE WHO COMMIT HATE CRIMES AND GET AWAY WITH IT.

SUSAN DYER, 04.05.2004 01:05

STORY OF HOW I WAS FALSELY IMPRISONED DUE TO THE LIES ABND FABRICATION OF THE LAPD.



The end of leftist Bs

Rangers, 04.05.2004 00:34

Iraqi Destruction, and left wing destruction



Sirhan Sirhan, A Political Prisoner in America

Gary Revel, 03.05.2004 23:36

After many years of investigation, research and study I believe that Sirhan Sirhan is innocent of the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy. Further he had very little knowledge of the American judicial system and really could not aid himself in his own defense to any significant degree. Because of many problems in the case that came forth after his conviction there is doubt that he put the bullet in the back of Robert's head that turned out to be the fatal shot. Sirhan Sirhan may be one of many political prisoners in America.



who are you mr Bush?

Mlechny Put, 03.05.2004 23:29

its a flsh animation high quality, duration 45 sec



The European Creative Forum - Visions of Another World - Sat May 8th

Gareth Strangemore-Jones, 03.05.2004 23:10

ECF Forum ECF + UK-ESF Culture Working Group call a Joint Culture & Creatives Assembly to discuss "How can Culture activate the ESF and interest in it?"
This is an ESF awareness and benefit event with an array of stimulating, awakening and creative activities from music and mime; painting and poetry; dance and debate; theatre, talk and cinema; seminars and workshops.



U.S. Economic Recovery PLAN - Mission Accomplished

Tim Castleman, 03.05.2004 20:57

The Mission was to engage the United States of America in a long term war to feed the war machine and stimulate the Economy.



Torturing by order

backdraft, 03.05.2004 20:40

In Iraq it's not a question to believe in US phrases of pseudo democracy, it's more the essential question to be a slave or not!



Putting New York City On the Map -- Direct Action Groups Prepare Tactics for RNC

Matthew Leising, 03.05.2004 19:21

Direct action protesters, building on their experiences in Seattle at the WTO protest in 1999 and last year in anti-war actions in the San Francisco Bay Area, are vowing to bring the tactic to the streets of New York City this summer during the Republican National Convention.



Democracy Uprising: DNC2RNC

m(A)tt, 03.05.2004 18:10

A 225-mile march traveling from the Democratic National Convention and the Republican National Convention, to move beyond the duality of electoral politics and to celebrate grassroots activism and community awareness.



All Bets Are Off! A Warning to Future American Hostages!

Editor, TvNewsLies.org, 03.05.2004 17:46

This article warns of the potential consequences of the torture of prisoners by American military personnel in Iraq. The perpetrators of this immoral war set the groundwork for dehumanizing Moslems, with an ignorance of the region's culture unparalleled in recent history.



National Coalition to Impeach Bush &amp; Cheney

Tom Paine, 03.05.2004 17:07

The National Coalition to Impeach Bush & Cheney is committed to mobilizing public pressure on Congress to impeach the President and Vice President of the United States. The core group of NCIBC is composed of San Francisco Bay Area activists from different organizations that have been drawn together by the cause of impeachment and have been lobbying members of Congress as well as local officials to get a bill of impeachment initiated. We regard our function as both local citizen-lobbyists and facilitators of this movement.



5/3: Recent Photos Shows U.S. Military Brutality in Iraq By Peace No War

Lee Siu Hin, 03.05.2004 16:46

U.S. Military Abuses in Abu Ghraib Prison Please Visits: http://www.peacenowar.net/Iraq/News/Photos-Iraq.htm



May Day 2004 Phoenix

j1o2n3a4s5, 03.05.2004 15:34

Phoenix 2003 may day action at metro center



Congress Must Look At Torture Before A NeoNuremburg Does

marco, 03.05.2004 14:20

Congress should investigate the torture of Iraqi detainees
before some new form of Nuremburg trials has to evolve
over this. No matter how hard the Bush administration
tries to spin this they're NOT going to be able
to deny that right when this war began they were
formally asking congress for permission to torture.



Iranian activist escapes Swedish detention center during protests

Manne / Malmö Asylum Group (Sweden), 03.05.2004 14:12

On Sunday, a political activist from Iran managed to break a window and escape from the detention center outside of Malmö where he had been held awaiting deportation by Swedish authorities. He was assisted by protesters on the oustide who had shown up to prevent the police from deporting him.



The last Europeans: Roma on the eve of enlargement

news.amnesty, 03.05.2004 13:54

As ten new countries join the EU on 1 May, some sections of the media have focussed on the Roma community. However, few have looked at the fact that Roma remain the subject of powerful exclusionary forces and many of these new EU states have problematic human rights records in respect to their Romani minorities. And they're not alone; the records of existing European Union Member states are similarly problematic.



Colombia: A dangerous place for trade unionists

news.amnesty, 03.05.2004 13:53

Colombia is the most dangerous country in the world to be a trade unionist. At least 80 trade unionists were killed or "disappeared" in 2003. The vast majority of human rights abuses against trade unionists were attributed to the security forces and paramilitary allies, although guerrilla forces were also held responsible for many abuses. Death threats against trade unionists almost doubled and impunity in cases of human rights violations against trade unionists is almost guaranteed.



Worker activists arrested in May Day demonstrations in Iran

Maryam, 03.05.2004 13:41

Worker activists arrested in May Day demonstrations in Iran



the AntiKirby

£, 03.05.2004 13:07

w$ $$$, sign of the beast



Press freedom: Deliberately targeted for doing their jobs

news.amnesty, 03.05.2004 12:22

Plaque in the National Union of Journalists' London HQ Kofi Anan, speaking on World Press Freedom Day last year, said that most journalists who die in the line of duty around the world are murdered -- "deliberately targeted, as individuals, for exposing corruption or abuses of power; for opposing entrenched interests, legal or illegal; in short, for doing their jobs." In times of political strife, journalists are often among the first victims when groups turn to violence to achieve their aims.



May 8th: National Opposition Day to GMO (Genetically Manipulated Organism)

Kazyam, 03.05.2004 12:01

French's call to refuse GMO everywhere in the world. Attac France, Greenpeace France, Confederation Paysanne (Jose Bove) and many other French associations are preparing a great National Opposition Day to GMO. Every other association through the world are invited to join us this day...



Press freedom: Deliberately targeted for doing their jobs

news.amnesty, 03.05.2004 11:35

National Union of Journalists plaque Kofi Anan, speaking on World Press Freedom Day last year, said that most journalists who die in the line of duty around the world are murdered -- "deliberately targeted, as individuals, for exposing corruption or abuses of power; for opposing entrenched interests, legal or illegal; in short, for doing their jobs." In times of political strife, journalists are often among the first victims when groups turn to violence to achieve their aims.



Transparency in Military Contractors

Michael Grunberg (Sandline International), 03.05.2004 11:21

A copy of the Sandline International White Paper entitled "Transparency"
written by Michael Grunberg. Contained aer interesting ideas such as paying mercenaries in "Natural Assets" rather than cash. Since Sandline desire transparency - it is essential - this article ought to be published more widely.



::la priNitiva:: &gt; cdMagazine 2

Johnnie Estrella, 03.05.2004 10:16

::la priNitiva:: Revista de libre difusión.



at.indymedia.org went offline - reboot?

at.indymedia, 03.05.2004 09:58

At the at.indymedia meeting from 23rd to 25th of April we discussed the development of indymedia austria, the concept of Open Publishing and censorship. Several people involved in the at.indymedia project decided to take our page temporary offline to start a process of reflection which hopefully leads to a restart of our project.




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