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The Justice Conference (Cape Town)

South Africa is a country in pain, the wounds of centuries of colonialism followed by the brutal system of Apartheid have left deep wounds that are only now starting to scar before they can start to heal. 197 more words

Blog

Indian court declares Ganga, Yamuna rivers as living legal entities

The Uttarakhand high court has recognized the Ganga and the Yamuna as so-called living entities, giving the rivers that have seen years of damage at the hands of humans, a legal voice. 100 more words

Policy

Vipassana Meditation and Body Sensation: Eilona Ariel

Interact with the Anglo-Indian Project

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Eilona Ariel is a documentary filmmaker whose work was deeply inspired by her life in Asia and her practice of the ancient meditation technique called Vipassana. 

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Ancestry

Judgemental Gates

I often thought of the heaven gates

that they would be cruel, like sharp blades

I dreamt of a ladder and a mountain path

that would lead me to an account of my life… 45 more words

Justice Conference: Notes & Reflections Part 3

Apparently, in the days when the Dutch Reformed Church finally declared Apartheid a heresy – stating that any teaching supporting or defending this ideology would have to be regarded as heretical (in other words in conflict with the teaching of the Bible), the following question was asked of the moderator of the general synod, … 446 more words

Christianity

Who's happy, who's not!

❝ If you want to go to your happy place, you need more than cash. A winter coat helps — and a sense of community.

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Culture

Professor Scheffer, I am your client and I deserve some answers

Professor Scheffer,

I am your client, Refik Hodzic. Perhaps you are surprised to hear this since we have never met and you are not directly familiar with my name, but allow me to explain the two bases of our relationship, which stems from your role in the team that submitted the futile application for revision of the International Court of Justice’s judgment from 2007 in the case of Bosnia and Herzegovina vs Serbia. 3,575 more words

Memory