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Fifth European Court of Justice ruling on parity of pay looms as Commission advances high-profile Lettori case to the reasoned opinion stage

16 months from the date it opened infringement proceedings against Italy for its persistent discrimination against non-national university teaching staff (Lettori), the European Commission has decided to advance the proceedings to the reasoned opinion...

The healing of the ten lepers

Sermon on the Sunday reading for the ten lepers (Luke 17:12-19), which is read on the 12th after Ascension Sunday The number ten has its symbolism in Candle. Scripture, as it is one of the...

Russia-Ukraine – Who are You Standing With?!

Russia-Ukraine - an Opinion Perspective by Liubov Abravitova, responding to Russia's unmitigated assault on the city streets of Kyiv and in passionate fashion, outcrying for greater public awareness to the continued plight of Ukraine...

Double Crash Test for Knowledge Economy

Knowledge Economy - The transition from an industrial, resource-based model of economic development to a creative model, driven by knowledge, skills, human creativity and institutions capable of transforming them into economic values, has proved...

What is beautiful about Madrid?

There is nothing as beautiful as Madrid. Located in the heart of Spain, Madrid is an old and elegant city steeped in Spanish culture, art and history. As soon as you arrive in Madrid, you’ll...

During the debate on the bills limiting the activities of the UOC in Ukraine

The legal department of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (UOC) has published a detailed commentary on recent bills in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, which it describes as "aimed at violating the rights of believers...

Genuine autonomy or Independence?

Image Representational By John Billington The Tibet Museum is an impressive addition to the CTA’s headquarters at Gangchen Kyishong. Nga popa yin ང་བོད་པ་ཡིན། (I am a Tibetan) or  Ngan-tso popa yin ང་ཚོ་བོད་པ་ཡིན། (we are Tibetan) greets the visitor, with the addition: Di ngan-tso-i lo-gyu re འདི་ང་ཚོ་ཡི་ལོ་རྒྱུས་རེད། (this is our story). Although familiar with the unjust sufferings inflicted on Tibet for more than sixty years I am […]

Qatar, the World Cup and human rights

Some Arab countries can buy anything and everything, even the conscience of those who lead football. The country with the highest per capita income in the world, around 128,000 euros on average, compared to...

INTERVIEW: Is trying to ban Halal slaughtering a concern for Human Rights?

Is trying to ban Halal slaughtering a concern for Human Rights? This is the question our special contributor, PhD. Alessandro Amicarelli, a renowned human rights attorney and activist, who chairs the European Federation on...

How the Algerian military regime is trying to survive

"How the Algerian military regime is trying to survive" review written by Soufiane Laaroussi Dr. Dalia Ghanem, researcher on Algeria who was senior analyst at the Carnegie Middle East Center in Beirut for nearly ten...

Predestination in Islamic Perspective

The meaning of the presence of prayers - requests in the prayer practice of such a fatalistic religion as Islam, seems completely incomprehensible. According to Islamic doctrine, the afterlife of a person is predetermined...

Ablution in Islamic Perspective

Ablution is an integral part of Islamic rituals. Even prayer, which is one of the pillars of Islam, is considered invalid unless it is preceded by a ritual bath (K.5:6). That is, the quality...

Here‘s what Putin said about Gorbachev

Gorbachev had a huge impact on the course of world history Russian President Vladimir Putin today sent a telegram expressing his deep condolences to the family and relatives of the last Soviet leader, Mikhail Gorbachev,...

French oil giant EACOP project will harm East Africa with toxic fumes, warn groups

Civil society groups have accused Uganda and Tanzania of rushing to sign East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) deals with TotalEnergies and China’s CNOOC before locals were properly briefed on its environmental and health...

The Keys to Fulfilling Kenya’s Great Promise

Not since Kenya’s forefathers gained the country’s independence out of colonial rule six decades ago has there been a more important event in the East African nation than the Kenyan presidential election on August...

For a Syrian in Europe, It’s Either Migrant or Mercenary

A decade after its outbreak, the Europe migrant crisis is still treated as a temporary disease, a vexing ailment that could be cured never to return again. The European governments are persistent in their efforts to curb the influx of migrants...

Mental Health Watchdog forced to say “I told you” about depression chemical imbalance

Landmark study disproves that a “chemical imbalance” causes depression—a scientifically meaningless theory that has misled consumers while driving up antidepressant sales to $15 billion a year. In a long and carefully researched article, President CCHR...
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President Macron in Benin should demand the release of Reckya Madougou and Joel Aivo

On the eve of President Emmanuel Macron's visit to Benin, the Brussels-based NGO "Human Rights Without Frontiers" urged the French President to demand the release of two famous opposition leaders, Reckya Madougou and Joël Aivo, respectively...

Pros and cons: International Ministerial on FoRB – London 2022

The fourth annual Ministerial conference on Freedom of Religion or Belief (FoRB) was held in London following a strong impetus to bring awareness of, and action to, the many transgressions against FoRB around the...

Shinzo Abe’s assassination to be called terrorist

Shinzo Abe's assassination - Former Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was murdered because he had links with the Unification Church. The killer cited this as a motive for his fatal shooting. Yamagami, 41, has...

Of course, the war in Ukraine will last

If we look at most of the wars of the last 50 years, we can see that they are not becoming shorter. And even if we look at the full military history of the...

Pilar Allué Day

On May 30 1989, the EU Court of Justice(CJEU) delivered its sentence in a reference for preliminary ruling case taken by Spanish national Pilar Allué. Employed as a foreign language lecturer(lettore) at the Università Degli...

Lech Walesa called on the EU to dissolve itself

Poland believes that a new alliance should be formed with France and Germany at its core The European Union (EU) must dissolve itself and create a new union with France and Germany at its core,...

Ukraine: the view of a Ukrainian emigrant in Portugal

Throughout the development of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the communities inside and outside the country transform. They attempt to survive this crisis through unity. But, there were already wounds in Ukrainian society before...

Why members of Scientology Fight Back Against Discrimination

Why Scientologists Fight Back Against Discrimination is a blog originally published by STAND (Scientologists Taking Action Against Discrimination). His author is Rodger Clark, described in their site as "Contractor, history buff, compulsive learner, currently...
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