Thousands of Tibetans and Tibet supporters in dozens of countries took to the streets today, March 10th, to commemorate the 51st anniversary of Tibetan National Uprising Day.
f you were to look out to the horizon of the clean energy field right now, you would see the hazy outlines of nuclear reactors.
Jasmine Herlt, Director of Human Rights Watch's Canada Committee, and Samer Muscati, a researcher for the committee, both speak about the importance of film in relation to human rights awareness.
Feb 6, 2010
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Forum: China, Japan and the US: Together in crisis?
The Climate Change Conference (Cop15) turned ugly today when police officers beat back hundreds of demonstrators, including a group of 50 to 100 delegates that were trying to meet with protesters.
Last weekend in Singapore, President Barack Obama acknowledged that a comprehensive international climate deal will not be reached during the climate change summit in Copenhagen.
Just before U.S. President Obama arrived in China, his hosts proffered an outspoken criticism of the negligence of the U.S. in allowing their currency to promote speculative finance.
The two industrial super powers have filed a WTO complaint against China for that country's efforts to reduce pollution.
In this podcast: How a Canada-Colombia FTA affects trade union activists in Colombia, Denise Chong about an activist's life in China, and preserving the history of resistance in Canada's Africville.
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Denise Chong speaks about writing one Tienanmen Square protestor's life story.