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October, 2013


Scapegoating the Roma, Again

October 29, 2013 · 

New York Times Opinion Page By THE EDITORIAL BOARD Published: October 17, 2013 The Roma, sometimes called Gypsies, have been part of the European cultural landscape for centuries. They have also suffered greatly from discrimination and prejudice, particularly in times of economic crisis, when they become scapegoats. Related Protests After France Expels 2 Immigrant Students […]

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PREDA NEWSLETTER SEPTEMBER 2013

October 29, 2013 · 

PREDA NEWSLETTER SEPTEMBER 2013 PREDA Volunteers at Work  “PREDA is truly a home for best experience in one’s life” a statement quoted from one of our volunteers. PREDA has been a life experience and an international community of likeminded young people striving to make this a better world. The volunteers and those taking internship   are of different […]

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Anti- trafficking of persons campaign launched by Jubilee Campaign,UK

October 24, 2013 · 

“The Jubilee Campaign with David Alton MP has just launched  a new campaign to combat trafficking and support the  rescue of  enslaved girls in the  Mumbai Red light district. Read about this below and go to the we site and that of David Alton  MP. Lets get more involved”.  Fr.Shay www.davidalton.net http://davidalton.net/2013/10/17/launch-at-westminster-of-taken-campaign-to-combat-human-trafficking-hazel-thompsons-powerful-report-on-the-situation-in-mumbai/       […]

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INDIGENOUS PEOPLE STRUGGLE FOR THEIR RIGHTS

October 22, 2013 · 

by Fr. Shay Cullen The leader of the community of the Aeta indigenous people proudly led me around the hillside resettlement community where the 200 or so families were establishing a new village community. Their ancestral village and lands were wiped out in a torrential typhoon and gigantic floods. My mission, helped by the German Church agency Misereor, […]

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Father 'Pops", before his assassination by suspected paramilitary k contract killers.

October 22, 2013 · 

Spokesperson, Auckland Philippines Solidarity (APS) 18 October 2013 New Zealanders Press for Justice for Italian missionary gunned down in Philippines two years ago. Two years since the killing of Fr. Fausto ‘Pops’ Tentorio, PIME, Auckland Philippines Solidarity (APS) together with church leaders in New Zealand gathered at St John’s Presbyterian Church to remember the martyrdom […]

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EUROPE : Sr Eugenia Bonetti wins EU award for anti-trafficking work

October 21, 2013 · 

EUROPE : Sr Eugenia Bonetti wins EU award for anti-trafficking work (Vatican Radio via CNUA) Italian Consolata Sister Eugenia Bonetti, a driving force in the fight against trafficking and prostitution, was among the recipients of the European Citizen’s Prize 2013. The annual award was launched by the European Parliament in 2008 to recognise exceptional achievements […]

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Why Father Pops left the way he did

October 18, 2013 · 

By Cecilia B. Langlois (aka Geejay Arriola) Inquirer Mindanao 7 343 314 (Editor’s Note: Following is a tribute to Italian priest Fausto Tentorio, who was murdered on Oct. 17, 2011 by still unknown assailants near his parish church in Arakan, North Cotabato.) When a priest leaves the comforts of his First World convent to go […]

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Modern slavery targets children

October 18, 2013 · 

Nearly 30 million people around the world are living as slaves, according to a new index ranking 162 countries. The Global Slavery Index 2013 says India has the highest number of people living in conditions of slavery at 14 million. But Mauritania has the highest proportional figure with about 4% of its population enslaved. The […]

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Pregnant woman arrested for allegedly exposing own kids to cyberporn in Cordova,Philippines

October 18, 2013 · 

October 10, 2013 ·   By Ador Vincent Mayol Cebu Daily News 2:32 pm | Thursday, September 5th, 2013 She’s expected to give birth to her sixth child this month. Maricel Ayad, 31, said she turned to the Internet to earn money for her delivery. “Nakig-chat ko nila aron aduna koy pambayad sa akong pagpanganak. (I chatted […]

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THE GREATEST MISSION

October 14, 2013 · 

By Fr. Shay Cullen Malala Yousafzai, the 16 year-old Pakistani girl who defied the Taliban’s ban on girls’ education and was shot in the head but survived, has been granted the European Human Rights Award. Many thought she would be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Instead, it went to the Organization for the Prohibition of […]

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