Real World Radio interviewed one of the representatives of the human rights organizations that denounced before the IACHR the impacts on indigenous communities of an energy policy passed by Enrique Peña Nieto´s administration.
1 April | Interviews
The coalition of French organizations that is organizing mobilizations and activities parallel to the UN COP 21 on Climate Change that will take place in Paris in December, took the opportunity provided by the World Social Forum (March 24-28) to meet with different organizations from several parts of the world and continue planning.
The 6th Congress of the Latin American Coordination of Countryside Organizations will be launched on April 10 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, marking the 20th anniversary of this continental organization.
31 March | Interviews
What will be the impact of TTIP across the pond? Gwen Buck interviews Bill Waren of Friends of the Earth United States to find out.
30 March | Interviews
Thousands of activists closed on Saturday a new edition of the World Social Forum in Tunisia, 15 years after the 1st forum of the international antiglobalization movement took place in Porto Alegre, Brazil.
30 March | Interviews
Friends of the Earth Europe’s new report “Preventing Waste: Recycling isn’t enough for a circular economy” points to a requirement of EU policies to reach a resource-efficient and lower-consuming Europe, while showcasing community led solutions on waste prevention. Ariadna Rodrigo, resource and consumption campaigner at Friends of the Earth Europe discusses the need of the new EU commission to step forward and take responsibility of the overconsumption and to start reducing waste in Europe.
In this first program of Growing Voices we dig deeper into the Wilmar International´s business, one of the largest palm oil corporations in the world. We look closer at the case of Kalangala in Uganda, where over one-hundred Ugandan small-scale farmers have gotten their land grabbed and been evicted by Oil Palm Uganda Limited, a subsidiary of Bidco Uganda Ltd, which is a venture co-owned by Wilmar International.
Academic Katherine Reilly, assistant professor at the Communications School of Simon Fraser University, Canada, and Master´s Degree Student Belén Febres Cordero of the same university, have just published their paper "Real World Radio (2003-2013): the role of communication in resistance in the changing geopolitical framework of Latin America" (below, in Spanish).
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