Tag Archives: Revolution

More literacy, less indoctrination please

Goal 2: Achieve Universal Primary Education No modern day blog about global education rights is complete without at least mentioning its greatest ambassador and icon: Malala Yousafzai. I recently saw the documentary about her life and was once again won over … Continue reading

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Azerbaijan – light your fire

The situation in Azerbaijan has been on my to-blog-about list for quite some time, ever since I read how the country’s elections were tainted by claims of fraud and even after the results were accidentally released the day before everyone actually voted, … Continue reading

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The Actor from Sabaneta

It would be interesting to see the statistics of how often statements are revoked by leaders worldwide. Hugo Chavez would probably be in the top ten, although many of the recalls were made by his spokespeople to avoid damaging Venezuela’s international … Continue reading

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Tanja T-shirts

She sticks out like a sore thumb but is accepted as one of their own by the armed men and women around her. She has a gun in her hands and is willing to fight to the death for something … Continue reading

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Division on Land Division

It’s been three years since my investigation for my thesis on land reform in South America. My case study was on Bolivia and even more particularly on the eastern lowlands of the Andean country. This was a very hot issue … Continue reading

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