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April 21, 2010 Weblog:

Special Rapporteur Agrees to Meet

Special Rapporteur Mr. James Anaya has agreed to meet with Paula LaPierreregarding numerous concerns.

LaPierre contends that all Canadians have been denied access to their own genuine history. She further claims that often, as a result of this poor understanding of history there can continue a lingering sense of injustice. Communities need to have a deep understanding of their own identity and history if they are to position themselves effectively for the transitions ahead.

LaPierre looks forward to the creation of community-based processes that can stimulate deeper community learning and engagement.

September 18, 2008 Accounts

Justice in Colombia?

The Permanent Peoples' Tribunal reads its verdict

January 27, 2007 Weblog:

People and Ideas

The Globe's Business section reports that the new CRTC chief is "pro-consumer". No word about his stance on human beings or their ownership of the airwaves.

In a long backgrounder, Bloomberg notes that Bono is a tax-dodging capitalist.

Diana Johnstone wonders if the International Criminal Court is a worthwhile endeavour, in Counterpunch. Is the ICC capable of finding anyone innocent? Johnstone argues that it's not set up for that purpose. That, and the small matter that the "justice" meted out by the court is selectively applied.

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