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Is it really possible that the European public has no clue what was done to Ukraine? Are the men and women of the continent that lives in hallucination, that it is well educated and well informed, really unaware how its own governments have created and supported that ‘opposition movement’ in Kiev; a movement full of fascists and bigots? 3,510 more words


We the PEOPLE: Demanding Humanity through Language

We’ve demonstrated quite a few times here at DDP that we’re particularly adamant in the belief that words matter. Language can shape how we feel about ourselves, how others perceive us, and even the tone and course of societal ideas. 1,513 more words


PNG and USA cement deal to defend Exxon-Mobil LNG project amid growing tensions

United States and PNG Sign Agreement to Strengthen Bilateral Partnership

The United States and Papua New Guinea signed an Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreement (ACSA). This bilateral ACSA agreement will facilitate the exchange of logistics support, supplies, and services during exercises, training, or emergencies. 267 more words

Papua New Guinea

Quote of Pnina Werbner about "Anthropology and the new Cosmopolitanism"

Pnina Werbner is interested in globalization and cosmopolitanism, about what she states is historically located. The following is a quote of Pnina Werbner about the book she participated in as editor “Anthropology and the new Cosmopolitanism”: 85 more words

Open Reading

Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi: The Transformative Potential of the Right to Food

Transitioning from an industrial model of agriculture to a system benefiting small-scale producers – a step governments must support – will not only alleviate worldwide hunger and poverty, but will reduce carbon emissions, the UN’s Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food concludes in a new report.

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Human Rights

The death of a righteous man and God’s will

On Monday 7 April the Dutch Jesuit Frans van der Lugt, widely known as “Father Frans”, was abducted from his convent in the city of Homs in Syria by masked men and killed. 718 more words


Why Should Christians be Able to Impose Their Ethics on Me?

Being a Secular Humanist does not or should not really set me apart from other Canadians in terms of human rights. Why do some people think they should have the right to impose their personal rules on me? 707 more words

Canadian Humanism