<p>A Manchester where all people can thrive without harming the planet? Mark Burton introduces the Steady State Manchester Project...</p>
Soddy was considered an outsider and a “monetary crank” by mainstream economists. Nevertheless, his views on money are sound and highly relevant to today’s financial debacle.
On Our Land chronicles the experiences of rural communities in Papua New Guinea--giving a voice to those who are losing
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<p>Do you have a vision for building a vibrant local economy? Do you want to invest in Main Street instead of Wall Street? Do you have a small business idea and are wondering how to raise capital?</p>
<p><span style="font-size: 15px;">“Know your enemy” has always been central to winning any struggle.</span></p>
Once we stop thinking as individuals and start thinking as a working class group, change
will become possible. ---- Our country’s conditions have gotten worse and worse in many
ways. There is corruption, inequality and limited freedom for the masses. ---- Someone has
to stand up and say “Enough is enough!
<p>Some months away from the presidential elections, Algeria has a sick head of state, a political class which is clinging to the actions of the president and a people which has rediscovered its pride through its national football teal qualifying for the World Cup in Brazil. Is there anyting more?</p>
Au cours de l'été, les chaînes américaines de fast-foods ont été touchées par une vague de
grèves, qui a commencé par une grève surprise dans la ville de New York en novembre 2012,
s'est étendue cette année à des villes du Midwest et de la côte Ouest et est montée en
puissance fin juillet avec des grèves de quatre jours dans sept villes différentes.
During the summer, the American fast food chains have been hit by a wave of strikes, which
began with a lightning strike in the city of New York in November 2012, has expanded this
year to cities Midwest and West Coast and is ramping up in late July with strikes four
days in seven different cities.
Fioraso the law, in the extension of LRU law accentuates the privatization of higher
education, begins to react. The challenge rises in some facs (Montpellier, Paris-VIII
...). It is the turn of Lyon-II to enter the dance with the backdrop of a management
college being dislocation, the AG succeed actions kick fist, despite police repression.
La loi Fioraso qui, dans le prolongement des lois LRU, accentue la privatisation de
l'Enseignement supérieur, commence à faire réagir. La contestation monte dans certaines
facs (Montpellier, Paris-VIII...).
C'est en cours ---- ZAD de l'aéroport Notre-Dame-des-Landes - La lutte continue Après que
la commission de dialogue achevée début avril ait émis de sérieuses réserves sur le
projet, la ZAD et ses occupants et occupantes n'en est pas moins restée vigilante et
active attendant les conclusions de la commission européenne pour planifier de nouvelles
dates de mobilisations.
This is in ---- ZAD airport Notre-Dame-des-Landes - The Struggle Continues After the
dialogue commission completed in early April has serious reservations about the project,
the ZAD and its occupants is not less remained vigilant and active pending the outcome of
the European Commission to plan new dates for mobilization.
<p>In part 2 of our interview with Danny Schechter, who has made six nonfiction films on Nelson Mandela, including "Mandela in America," he recalls the impact of the anti-apartheid leader's visit to eight cities–including New York, Detroit, Oakland and Los Angeles. Schechter is also author of the new book, "Madiba A to Z: The Many Faces of Nelson Mandela."</p>
The joint struggle of the anarchists against the wall with popular comities of the
villages which persist in weekly struggles was promoted first time when a joint comity was
organized and sporadic joint actions were organized by it. This month another promotion
was done and a monthly convergence of all the activists involved - this time in Nabi Saleh