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LANGO Looming in Adhoc Rearview

Source: Phnom Penh Post | Tue, 3 May 2016, by Shaun Turton and Mech Dara

With the screws tightening on Adhoc, pro-government NGOs are calling for the government to use the newly enacted NGO Law to punish the rights group and other organisations caught up in the Kem Sokha mistress scandal using a provision that can be used to shut down civil society groups. 814 more words

Human Rights

Inspirational Protest Poem: Untitled

High above the air force fighter planes scratch the sky
Leaving their long, white trails that hover in the air for hours
Then come the sonic booms and the air raid sirens being tested at noon… 93 more words

Poetry

1. May in Berlin

The first of May is always chaos in Berlin. Police get flown in from all parts of Germany to try and control it, but historically this has only ever antagonised this city of wild children. 212 more words

Sunset

Father Daniel Berrigan Passed Away

Legendary antiwar priest, organizer and activist, Daniel Berrigan passed away at 94 this Saturday.

Listen to the priest recite his poetry on Democracy Now!

Politics

Recovering lost rights

The leaders of CCOO and UGT in Catalonia threaten to call for a general strike whether the future government does not abolish current labor reform… 684 more words
News

Exonerate and Release Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey

The American group We Stand 4 Innocence, which supports the miscarriage of justice victims featured in Netflix’s Making a Murderer, is planning protests in many American cities, and at Manitowoc County Jail, on 11 June. 197 more words

Murder

Right to protest?

It’s no secret that the current republican front runner Donald Trump isn’t the most popular among left wing people. Even some republicans don’t like him. Yet he’s still the front runner for the republican party, meaning a majority of republicans support him. 584 more words

Lizzie