Commitment to Freedom
There are the rights we are entitled to exercise, and the inner freedom we struggle for throughout our existence. Freedom, in the diversity of its social and personal manifestations, is something we all cherish and strive for. How can medias, politics or schools nurture liberty humanism and pluralism while adapting to new technological and social conditions? Here we explore how to make proper use of the freedoms we all value so much.
Actually, when it comes to the relationship between city and global...
The great leaders in history have been dreamers, their dreams embodying the hopes they wanted to make reality. When they succeeded, the world took a giant step forward. When they failed or others with evil dreams prevailed, the world fell back.
I dream. Nearly everyone dreams, but our dreams don’t shake up the world, because we know that our dreams are just visions of our imagination...
More than 10 years ago, I left my former job as a journalist reporting environmental news and went back to my hometown to serve in the social movement against the construction of the Southern Coast Industrial Area. Then I moved from the movements of environmental protection to that of the community college. Also in recent years, I joined the community college in an agricultural village and took part in the Sand Protection Act which is related to the development of the agricultural villages and coastal changes. Through all these years, now I think I should pay more attention to the way of...
The constitution’s preamble lays clear the intention of elevating Brazil to the level of a true democratic nation, founded on the principles of freedom, safety, equality, and guaranteeing the enjoyment of collective and individual rights, repressed during the military dictatorship. The Brazilian constitution contains 250 articles and since its promulgation on the 5th of October 1988, has already...
The crisis exists and it is imperative to have a close look on how governments react locally and in concert with multilateral institutions. But this is also the right moment to check our...
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- Obesity and Freedom
- Focus Response: Father Jacques Duraud, SJ on 'My God?'
- Dancing through the lens: Photographing the Pacific Festival of Arts
- Religious Colonialism: Cultural Loss in the Solomon Islands
- Shell Money, Dowries and the Skulls of Ancestors: The Living Traditions of the Solomon Islands
- The Langalanga People: "Natives" of the Man-made islands of the Solomons
- A Vibrant Culture with an Ugly Facade: Honiara and the Pacific Art Festival
- Swept away from Sinology by the Allure of Taiwan's Pacific coast
- A Fight between David and Goliath
- Amateurs in Tokyo - Reasonable Riots
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