News headlines for “Racism”, page 4

  1. Cubans Meditate for a Culture of Peace

    Monday, April 09, 2012

    In response to the pressures of everyday life, some people in Cuba are promoting meditation as a way to protect the mind and body and foster a culture of peace.

  2. Austerity Plan Decapitates Greek Cultural Heritage

    Monday, April 09, 2012

    The broken display cases at Greece’s Museum of Olympia, the site where the first Olympic Games were held thousand of years ago, have stunned members of the Archaeological Service who have been registering a stream of missing cultural artefacts.

  3. Sorcery-Related Violence on the Rise in Papua New Guinea

    Monday, April 09, 2012

    An increase in sorcery-related violence and fatalities over the last decade in Papua New Guinea is generating awareness about the lack of development, economic opportunities, inequality and under-resourced health services in rural areas.

  4. Israel-Iran Matters Get Worse in Verse

    Sunday, April 08, 2012

    A lyrical attack by Germany’s acclaimed novelist and essayist Günter Grass in which he labelled Israel’s alleged atomic arsenal and looming pre-emptive strike on Iran’s nuclear installations a threat to world peace has triggered fury and controversy amongst Israelis.

  5. After the Murder, a New Act at Freedom Theatre

    Friday, April 06, 2012

    Actors, musicians, activists and friends gathered in various locations throughout Israel and the West Bank this week to commemorate the life of actor and theatre director Juliano Mer-Khamis.

  6. Community Radio Tunes Into Ad Revenues in India

    Friday, April 06, 2012

    Community Radio (CR) broadcasting in India, long bound by red tape, has received a fillip with the government announcing a hike in advertising tariffs and the auction of licenses.

  7. Nepal's Rural Women Seek Justice

    Thursday, April 05, 2012

    Women in Nepal’s remote rural areas stood shoulder-to-shoulder with their men during the bloody 1996-2006 civil war that overthrew an oppressive monarchy, but many now battle domestic violence at home.

  8. To Hell With Suicide Bombers, Not Heaven

    Thursday, April 05, 2012

    Suicide bombers act in the name of Islam — but clerics deny them even last rites over such killing of others and themselves that they see as un-Islamic.

  9. Native Andean Women Weave a Future in Bolivia

    Wednesday, April 04, 2012

    Their skill and dexterity in weaving textiles, to be worn on festive occasions or displayed in windows for sale to tourists, have become the mainstay of indigenous women and their families in Cochabamba, Bolivia.

  10. Tourism Goes Indigenous

    Wednesday, April 04, 2012

    As today’s conscientious travellers seek authentic experiences with the people of the lands they visit, tourism can be a vehicle for preserving ancient cultures, while socially and economically empowering marginalised or remote indigenous communities.

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