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UNGASS 2016: what’s at stake? Interview whit Peter Sarosi

UNGASS 2016 will not be a turning point, says the Reporter Rights Foundation Director Director, Peter Sarosi. “But it is true that civil society is stronger and this is positive. The reform will not by the UN, the reform is driven by local and national policies”

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Obama silent as Adams blasts White House insult

Post Views: 9 No comment so far by the White House after an extraordinary insult to Gerry Adams drew stinging criticism from the Sinn Fein party leader and stunned Irish-American political leaders. Mr Adams hit out after being stopped from

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Global Rights. UNGASS, tiempo de detener la guerra contra la droga

Del 19 al 21 de abril del 2016 las Naciones Unidas celebrara en Nueva York una sesión especial de la Asamblea General sobre Drogas (UNGASS)

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UNGASS 2016: ¿Que es lo que está en juego? Entrevista a Peter Sarosi

UNGASS 2016 no será un punto de inflexión, dice Peter Sarosi Director de Rights Reporter Foundation . “Pero es cierto que la sociedad civil es más fuerte y esto es positivo. La reforma no por la ONU, la reforma es impulsada por las políticas locales y nacionales”

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Border poll if Britain quits EU – McGuinness

Sinn Fein and North of Ireland Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness said the Six Counties on the reunification of Ireland if Britain decides to leave the EU

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Dáil should not be adjourned even if no Taoiseach elected on Thursday – Gerry Adams

Sinn Féin is opposing plans for the Dáil to be adjourned on Thursday if a Taoiseach is not elected

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A key Sinn Fein objective is emerging

I first met Gerry Adams in the autumn of 1977 at a meeting about political prisoners in the Ballymurphy Tenants Association. A man of the highest integrity

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Irish Election Upheaval?

perhaps the left could bother to provide voters with an analysis that says politics need not be about lies and betrayal

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Exit poll shows Fine Gael/Labour govt has been ousted

An exit poll of Ireland’s general election carried out by the Irish Times indicates no possibility of a return to government for the current Fine Gael/Labour coalition

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Right2Change – A time for change

February 26thcan be a historic game changer for politics in this part of the island. It offers a stark choice between the old self-serving politics of cronyism, corruption and looking after the golden circles and elites, and a new politics that is accountable, transparent, people centred

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