Originally published: Toward Freedom by Natalia Torres Garzon (May 28, 2021) “Far too many women are fighting—not only for their rights, but for the rights of all,” says Yomali Torres, an Afro-Colombian activist. The 26-year-old joined throngs…Read More After decades of oppression, Colombian women lead front lines of National Strike
Mina Khairi, a 27-year-old presenter of Ariana News, who was seriously injured in targeted explosion on June 3 in Kabul, later died in hospital the same day. The International Federation of Journalist (IFJ) and its Afghanistan…Read More Afghanistan: Ariana News journalist killed in targeted explosion
Confirmed media reports from India state that about 3 lakhs of refugees entered India between 1983 and 2012; due to the effects of the ethnic conflict. At present as many as 94,069 Sri Lankan refugees…Read More Is there compassion for SL refugees in India?
Wang Fanxi (1907-2002)在英國里茲大學聲討天安門屠殺大會上的發言稿（1989年6月9日）王凡西（1907-2002） I am very sorry that I am sick and cannot attend today’s meeting. But I cannot remain silent when the Chinese Communist Party has committed such a horrible crime in Tiananmen Square…Read More Speech at the Conference to Denounce the Tiananmen Massacre at the University of Leeds, England (June 9, 1989)
By Malliyappu Santhi Tilakar The history of the Tamil people living in the hills of Sri Lanka can be seen as a multifaceted issue. These are people who were brought to Sri Lanka from India…Read More Upcountry Tamils : Seeking The Presence Of The Land
A young Tamil man, who was arrested by the Sri Lankan Intelligence Division last night at a house in East Iruthayapuram, Batticaloa, has died in detention this morning. The body of Chandran Vithusan, 22, who was arrested…Read More Tamil youth beaten to death by Sri Lankan Intelligence officials
An interview with Hong Kong leftist Lam Chi Leung By Lausan Collective and Lam Chi Leungon June 3, 2021 Editor’s note: In recent years, Hongkongers across the political spectrum have debated the relevance of Tiananmen and the June…Read More Why Tiananmen still matters for Hong Kong
The Workers’ Action Movement – Labour Forward Campaign stands in solidarity with Indigenous Peoples who are grieving and re-traumatized due to the discovery of an undocumented grave at the site of the Kamloops Indian Residential…Read More No Reconciliation without Restitution!
The military court of Myanmar has sentenced Aung Kyaw, a reporter from the Democratic Voice of Burma, and Ko Zaw Zaw, a freelance reporter with Mizzima News, under a colonial-era law. The International Federation of…Read More Myanmar: Two journalists sentenced to jail by military court for spreading misinformation
An Article by the Asian Human Rights Commission SRI LANKA: Office on Missing Persons and the Zero Policy on Justice By Basil Fernando One of the issues that demonstrated the approach of the Sri Lankan…Read More SRI LANKA: Office on Missing Persons and the Zero Policy on Justice