human rights

corey barker support protest and other matters

Ray Jackson

please be reminded that the isja support protest for corey barker will take place outside the downing centre on thursday, 17 july, 2014 beginning in elizabeth street and rotating around to castlereagh street at 12.30pm.

Gallipoli to Coniston; Remembering Frontiers

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By Ray Jackson

thanks to the input of some feisty men and women the seminar and art exhibition shown below has been pulled together for a fascinating two days of looking at the subject of war and who fought in those wars, and including the why. very importantly several sessions will be dedicated to the frontier wars in the 'unsettling' of the invasion of the traditional nations of this country, australia.

Responses to more religious political influence, also sustainable development.

Responses to more religious political influence, also sustainable development.

Anthony Ravlich
Human Rights Council (New Zealand)
10D/15 City Rd.,
Auckland.
Ph: (0064) (09) 940 9658

Below are responses to a recent post on religion and secularism from members of various human rights organizations on linkedin.

Religion with secular ethical human rights can play a much greater role in politics.

Religion with secular ethical human rights can play a much greater role in politics.

Anthony Ravlich
Human Rights Council (New Zealand)
10D/15 City Rd.
Auckland City.
Ph: (0064) (09) 940.9658

So people can be aware of what is being worked on the following are some brief comments regarding religion and secular ethical human rights made on the social networking sites.

May 2014 Honduras Coup summary - more murders, more extremities

May 2014 Honduras coup update

as published here:
http://sydneywithhonduras.wordpress.com/monthly-news-summaries/

Summary of political killings from May 2014

Rigoberto López Hernández, community defender against mining company, was assassinated on 3/5/14

William Jacobo Rodríguez, community defender against hydroelectricity dam company, was assassinated on 24/5/14

Irene Meza, resistance activist and autonomous council activist and spouse of councillor in Opalaca, was assassinated on 25/5/14

Class War: Thailand’s Military Coup

Outnumbered by the country’s rural voters, Thailand’s once vibrantly democratic urban middle class has embraced an elitist, anti-democratic agenda

By Walden Bello

Beheadings, Amputations, Lashings, Torture -- Cannot Be Changed

Saudi Arabia's Justice Minister has defended tough Sharia punishments such as beheading, cutting off hands and lashing, claiming they "cannot be changed" because they are enshrined in Islamic law. "These punishments are based on divine religious texts and we cannot change them," Mohammed Al Eissa said during a recent speech in Washington.

Mohammed Al Eissa said Islamic law had helped to reduce crime in the conservative kingdom. "Capital punishment is carried out in many other countries, including the US, and was not isolated to Islamic states" he said.

An Embassy to welcome an extraterrestrial civilization: the Raelians will file a formal application to the Canadian Government!

Ottawa, June 2nd 2014 -

On Wednesday, June 4, 2014, representatives of the International Raelian Movement in Canada will officially hand over the project file for the construction of the Embassy of Elohim to the Canadian Government. After seven refusals for the State of Israel to answer the request of the Raelian Movement, RAEL decided in 2000 to offer the opportunity to host this historic project to all countries of the world!

On World Economic Forum on East Asia 2014

By Freedom from Debt Coalition (FDC)

All Glitz, Nothing New to Solve Poverty and Inequality

PHILIPPINES: The World Economic Forum ( WEF ) on East Asia 2014, a gathering of 70 government and public figures and 460 business leaders here in Makati City, conclude its three-day meeting today, May 25, 2014. The affair is about to wrap up as an expensive and glorified talking shop with no new ideas and solutions to offer to what is Asia’s, even East Asia’s , and especially the Philippines’ most stubborn and alarming problems: poverty and inequality.

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