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“Day of Struggle” for Workers in Brazil

By VLADISLAV CHERNIY, Institute for Cultural Diplomacy Another wave of protests began this Thursday as the biggest trade unions of Brazil organised strikes for better working conditions and an improvement of the social conditions for workers. As of Thursday, approximately 2,500 workers refused to go to work because of the demand for rapid reforms. Teachers, … Continue reading

Mexico Embarks on an Anti-Hunger Program

By VLADISLAV CHERNIY, Institute for Cultural Diplomacy “Hunger, for many, is perhaps an ignored truth. There are those who do not know about it. Others, perhaps, do not accept it and some do not even dare to mention it.” Enrique Peña Nieto, President of Mexico World hunger refers to the second definition, aggregated to the … Continue reading

The Responsibility to Protect Doctrine (R2P) and the Global Civil Society

By VLADISLAV CHERNIY, The Institute for Cultural Diplomacy On the 27 May, 2013, with the occasion of International Symposium on Human Rights, organised by Institute for Cultural Diplomacy, Javier El-Hage who is a Bolivian attorney and constitutional law professor, delivered speech on the issue of “The Responsibility to Protect Doctrine (R2P), and the Global Civil Society“. The … Continue reading

“Labor Rights for Migrant Care and Domestic Workers in Contemporary Society”

By Cristina Elena Pestrea, The Institute for Cultural Diplomacy. The Dulcamara Womens Association is an non-governmental organization created in 2010 by a group of ecuatorian women. The main goals and missions of the Dulcamara Association are fighting for gender equality on the labor market and not only, women empowerment, and building solidarity. On the 28th … Continue reading

The London Art as Cultural Diplomacy Conference 2013

“Contemporary International Dialogue: Art-based Developments and Culture Shared between Nations”August 21st, 2013

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