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Ford, the world’s second-biggest carmaker, will invest as much as US$1.5 billion in China over the next several years to expand manufacturing capacity at Changan Ford in Chongqing, Sichuan province, from the current 20,000 units a year to 150,000, by adding a second car...

Ford, the world’s second-biggest carmaker, will invest as much as US$1.5 billion in China over the next several years to expand manufacturing capacity at Changan Ford in Chongqing, Sichuan province, from the current 20,000 units a year to 150,000, by adding a second car...

Nope it sure ain’t the lazy crazy days of summer for this group of 25 teens and young adults! Art in Action camp is more like a cultural boot camp for budding activists from around the Bay Area. The Art in Action Camp is a ten-day summer camp for 16 to 25 year-olds that...

Tim Kingston

Occasional Bulletin No. 16
Published by BADIL Resource Center
April 2004

This Bulletin aims to provide a brief overview of issues related to Palestinian Refugee Rights
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Which is closer to your vision of North America?

Vision A: Three interdependent countries with vibrant social movements, respect for labor rights, and environmentally sustainable economies anchored in provision of social needs and respect for cultural autonomy?...

Katherine Sciacchitano

Which is closer to your vision of North America?

Vision A: Three interdependent countries with vibrant social movements, respect for labor rights, and environmentally sustainable economies anchored in provision of social needs and respect for cultural autonomy?...

Katherine Sciacchitano

Which is closer to your vision of North America?

Vision A: Three interdependent countries with vibrant social movements, respect for labor rights, and environmentally sustainable economies anchored in provision of social needs and respect for cultural autonomy?...

Katherine Sciacchitano

In November 2005 we traveled to an international meeting in Vitoria, Brazil. The purpose of the gathering was to discuss plantations, genetically engineered trees and their impact on local and indigenous communities. The meeting was organized by the World Rainforest...

In the brightly colored basement of an old fraternity house in Bloomington, Indiana, an eclectic group of customers gather daily over coffee. Proudly home to kitschy 1970s furniture and vintage wall hangings depicting Neil Armstrong, JFK and dogs playing poker, the...

The proposed US arms deal to the Gulf Cooperation Council countries – Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain and Oman – is a poorly veiled attempt to mask the disaster of American policy in the region that has boosted Iran and weakened popular...

The proposed US arms deal to the Gulf Cooperation Council countries – Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain and Oman – is a poorly veiled attempt to mask the disaster of American policy in the region that has boosted Iran and weakened popular...

Early on Thursday morning, Bentley Killmon boarded a chartered bus to take him from Fort Myers to Miami so he could protest the proposed Free Trade Area of the Americas. The 71-year-old, retired airline pilot said he was amazed by the heavy police presence in downtown...

by Jim Defede

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This Summer, 20 people will make a cross-country bicycle journey to raise money and awareness for human rights, environmental and social justice issues.

Peoria native Marcia Rickey is among the people pedalling the 3,600 miles. The 27-year-old cyclist has Tar...

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On September 29, the Associated Press reported that Ecuador’s new constitution would “significantly expand leftist President Rafael Correa’s powers.” It wasn’t until the end of a 15-paragraph article that the AP mentioned the new constitution – approved by 65 percent of...

Gar Smith

On September 29, the Associated Press reported that Ecuador’s new constitution would “significantly expand leftist President Rafael Correa’s powers.” It wasn’t until the end of a 15-paragraph article that the AP mentioned the new constitution – approved by 65 percent of...

Gar Smith

On September 29, the Associated Press reported that Ecuador’s new constitution would “significantly expand leftist President Rafael Correa’s powers.” It wasn’t until the end of a 15-paragraph article that the AP mentioned the new constitution – approved by 65 percent of...

Gar Smith

KABUL, Afghanistan, June 16 — Afghans and Pakistanis who were detained for many months by the American military at Guantánamo Bay in Cuba before being released without charges are describing the conditions as so desperate that some captives tried to kill themselves.

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CARLOTTA GALL with NEIL A. LEWIS