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After Sudan; World should Focus on Oromo

After Sudan; World should Focus on Oromo
This article was first posted in January 2011 | Awol Negewo finds it still very relevant


August 25, 2014 (African Executive) — It has never known political stability after the colonial conquest and subjugation by Abyssinia. 1,572 more words


Why does Pakistan need a Revolution

Please watch this documentary to understand how the innocent and unarmed people of Pakistan are treated by the police which is not more than a personal armed militia of the ruling family. 1,109 more words

Current Events

Africa's Jobless Growth: Economic success just for a few cannot be a replacement for human rights or participation, or democracy

Africa is Rising! At Least Its 1% Is

 Zainab Usman*

Africa’s economy may be booming, but this will do little to help unemployment and poverty if growth is jobless and its spoils are limited to the few. 1,066 more words

African Studies

Quote of the Day

As anger erupted again on the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, a human rights team from Amnesty International worked on the ground in the US for the first time ever. 231 more words


Voices From The Global Movement Of People Who Use Drugs

For anybody there who has wondered just what drug user activism is….watch this

For any parent who thinks because their child uses drugs or is on a treatment prescription, that their life is effectively over…watch this…

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Using the Right Prose

I’ve been fortunate enough to spend a couple of days in the International Network of People Who Use Drugs (INPUD) office this week. INPUD is the peak international member-based organisation that seeks to promote the health and defend the human rights of people who use drugs; INPUD serves a direct advocacy role for a sizable global population of self-identified people who use drugs (in the thousands), but indirectly the organisation is advocating for rights that would benefit (whether they like it or not) the general population too. 1,088 more words