LIBERIA: Government calls for more Global attention on Sanitation

The Liberian government has expressed satisfaction for the level of global achievement for the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) target for drinking water and is calling for joint efforts in providing access to safe sanitation which according it say is more crucial in tackling killer diseases in developing countries. The Liberian Government’s call was made by [...]

Japan: Actively encourage the Burmese government to institute the systemic reforms necessary for Democracy

Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda, Cabinet Secretariat, Government of Japan Re: Japan: Actively encourage the Burmese government to institute the systemic reforms necessary for Democracy Dear Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda, I am William Nicholas Gomes, Human Rights Ambassador for Salem I recognize the encouraging signs of change in Burma in the past year, including easing [...]


Corruption, illegal and/or unethical conduct involving public and private sector transactions, has been a reality since the creation of institutions and the formation of government. Studying Medieval society in the Latin West, one can see that the entire feudal-manorial structure was predicated on a system of legalized corruption, or something akin to modern day mafia [...]

Letter to Earth and other news

A reason to celebrate, Letter to Earth The reason to celebrate is not because the government has wised up and abandoned it’s greedy plans to exploit the copper lying under some of the world’s most biodiverse place here in Intag. That truly would be a reason to celebrate. The celebration has more to do with [...]

‘Self Determination Friday’ again underscores divisions within Egyptian opposition

Tens of thousands (some say more than 100.000) demonstrated on Friday on Tahrir Square in Cairo against military rule and for a handover of power to civilian rule. The presence of Islamists like the Muslim Brothers and Salafists was heavily dominant, but ‘civil’ forces like the April 6 Movement and some liberal parties were also [...]

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