Who is Charlie?  Not #Tories!  Scrapping our Human Rights? No Way!


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Who is Charlie? Less than a year ago there was a global outcry, about awful scenes in Paris leading to murders. The victims were expressing their right to free speech through the tool of cartoons. All through history  music, poetry, … Continue reading

EU-wide campaign to make Trade/Investment Policies work for People not Corporations


Over 50 civil society groups demand a paradigm shift in EU trade and investment policies Posted by: Corporate Europe Observatory – Exposing the power of corporate lobbying in the EU – November 26th 2013 Trade Note: CEO is a member of the Alternative … Continue reading

The Bedroom tax, the UN investigator and Grant Shapps


UN Housing investigator, Raquel Rolnik was branded a “loopy Brazilian leftie” by Conservatives after she said she was “shocked to hear how many people feel abused in their human rights by this decision and why – being so vulnerable – they should … Continue reading

Noam Chomsky Dissects the World Trade Organisation


In response to the number of people who have bemoaned their lack of knowledge about the free trade agreements reported in  Are we already in the post-democratic era?  “Corporations have more rights than you or I”  “Human Rights are marginalized” – … Continue reading

Professor Bill Mitchell – The need for full employment


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In this video clip, Professor Bill Mitchell outlines two different lines of argument with regard to unemployment.  The economic cost to the nation and the human rights agenda.  The long-term economic costs of unemployment are obvious but it is less … Continue reading

Integration or Inclusion


“Special Education Week …. Autism and ADHD Awareness Month. ‘Kids with Special needs aren’t weird or odd. They only want what everyone wants…. to be accepted.” Inclusive Policies for those with disability or with Learning difficulties by Pam Labour’s approach … Continue reading