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 The Universal declaration of Human Rights The Universal declaration of Human Rights by The Ovi Team
PREAMBLEWhereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world, Whereas disregard and contempt
 Human Rights: The Emergence of the Person by Rene Wadlow
 Prove that you are not an elephant by Thanos Kalamidas
Reading the latest news about Burma and the new torture the opposition pro democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi has to go through I felt really sad, and as strange as it might sound I felt sad for my self. For the last few months news from all around
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 The Invisibles by Anthony Levin
 Guantanamo in Finland? by Thanos Kalamidas
It was on the Finnish news a week ago but it really took me a week to swallow it and I have to admit that I still don’t get it. The news that hit the Finnish media was that Finland is not going to oppose asylum to Guantanamo detainees who ar
 Europa Quo Vadis? 2/2 by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
The Pope points out that one such modern ideology is liberation theology which in Latin America ended up substituting the Christian idea of redemption. The relation of personal responsibility
 Europa Quo Vadis? 1/2 by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
A book written by Pope Benedict XVI, before he became Pope, whose title translates from the Italian as Europe: its Spiritual Foundat
 A movement for democracy, freedom and human rights by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
Throughout history, we have seen the importance of personality in shaping the destiny of a nation. These personalities become larger than their lives. They gravitate people to overcome their local and ethnic/tribal/ regional inertia towards a c
 Human rights don't have a colour by Thanos Kalamidas
The issue of human rights in China isn’t complicated. Unfortunately the global situation regarding human rights has made it so. China is guilty for violating human rights and all the NGOs and human rights’ organizations are totally
 Functional Terrorism by Jan Sand
Humanity is capable of many horrible things and a good many of them are totally insane and without any sensible reward. The unfortunate quality of terrorism, whatever its origins and results, is that it is very frequently effective.
 Who says they are refugees? by Thanos Kalamidas
Many times I have asked myself what identifies a refugee and it seems that the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) has recently asked the same question. The UNHCT says that there has been an ‘abject denial’ around the world of the humanitarian i
 Funny by Jan Sand
Aside from its utility as a prime source of heating, cooling, and oxygen, the atmosphere jiggles in all sorts of ways to provide Earth’s perceptive inhabitants with awareness of what is going on. This capability is so important that it is in
 How many Guantanamos in Vietnam? by Thanos Kalamidas
While reading the news I had to stop and read something more carefully that mentioned FBI agents accusing the American army of torture in Guantanamo and no respect to human rights. The truth is that the name of FBI,
 Born free by Asa Butcher
It is common knowledge that UN Resolution 55/93 proclaimed December 18th International Migrants Day and we have all been busily planning events to celebrate the aforementioned day, but what exactly is the day supposed to encourage or highlight? Ca
 Femmes et cetera by Europe & Us
La France appartiendrait-elle enfin aux femmes. Du moins sa destinée ? Ségolène n’est pour rien dans cette affaire, ou pas à elle seule du moins. Ségolène a été élue,
 Tarja Halonen and the ASEM by Thanos Kalamidas
The Finnish president Tarja Halonen made me proud to be living in Finland with her remarks on human rights issues during her opening speech for the Europe Asian summit ASEM in Helsinki, Finland. I have to admit that
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