How indigenous Mexican rebel Raúl Gatica buried pessimism with his umbilical cord.
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Why two exiled Colombian activists have launched their own ‘world tour’.
Filed in: Colombia
Indian villager Daud Sharifa Khanam’s dream is to build a mosque for women – with a female priest.
Roll over Oscar and tell Grammy the news: New Zealand/ Aotearoa's Roger Award for awful transnationals is here.
Filed in: Aotearoa/New Zealand
Few pacifists can put themselves in danger as much as David Hartsough, co-founder of the Nonviolent Peaceforce.
Defending the forests entails challenging aid and NGOs as well as local governments, says Indian campaigner Pandurang Hegde.
Profile of Sunlight Bassini, excavator of the Aboriginal heritage.
The new NI interview section features feminist art guerrillas Mujeres Creando, from Bolivia.
‘It’s the Wild West,’ says Dave Logie, of Greenpeace Amazonas, talking about the dangers of confronting loggers and ranchers who are clearing the rainforest.
- May 7, 2006
The Women’s Development Bank of Venezuela has Nora Castañeda for a power supply.
Trade unionist Hassan Juma’a Awad stood up against Saddam and now he’s standing up for oil workers against the occupation of Iraq and the privatization of its oil.