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Saturday, 23 June 2018

Muharrem İNCE - The New Turkey!


Cumhurbaşkanı Adayı | Tepeden Tırnağa Cesaret Her Şey Türkiye'yi Sevmekten İbaret!

https://www.muharremince.com.tr/tr

Europejska Wiosna: Razem dla solidarnej Europy!



23 VI Warszawa | Nove Kino Wisła

Zapraszamy na otwarte wydarzenie europejskie z udziałem m.in. Janisa Warufakisa, Agnieszki Dziemianowicz-Bąk, Tomislava Tomaševića, Isabelle Thomas, Adriana Zandberga i wielu innych gości! Sobota, 23 czerwca, godz. 12.00, warszawskie kino Wisła.

Piętnaście lat temu, w czerwcu 2003 roku Polki i Polacy powiedzieli "TAK!" w referendum o dołączeniu do Unii Europejskiej. Powiedzieliśmy “tak” Wspólnocie, która powstała, by przynieść Europie pokój i zasypać powojenne podziały między Wschodem a Zachodem, Północą i Południem.

Dziś Europa stoi na rozdrożu. Kryzysy wywołane nierównościami między poszczególnymi regionami kontynentu, brakiem solidarności w obliczu dramatów humanitarnych, egoizmem i zachłannością europejskiego establishmentu sprawiły, że Zjednoczonej Europie grozi ryzyko rozpadu.

Unia Europejska, jeżeli ma przetrwać, musi się zmienić. Musi wziąć odpowiedzialność za miejsca pracy – tak, aby migracja była możliwością, nie przymusem. Za środowisko naturalne, którego nie uratuje żaden pojedynczy rząd. Za konsekwencje wyzwań humanitarnych, które udźwignąć możemy wyłącznie siłą solidarności wszystkich państw członkowskich. Europa musi w końcu wziąć odpowiedzialność za bezpieczeństwo socjalne swoich mieszkańców – tak, aby żadne dziecko w Europie nie żyło w ubóstwie i aby żadnej europejskiej rodzinie nie groziła utrata dachu nad głową. Europejska gospodarka co roku wypracowuje ogromne zyski – najwyższa pora, żeby tymi zyskami sprawiedliwie podzielić się z mieszkańcami Europy.

Ani od Donalda Tuska, ani od Andrzeja Dudy, ani od Jarosława Kaczyńskiego nie dowiemy się, jak wyprowadzić Europę z trawiących ją kryzysów. Ani od brukselskich elit, ani od nacjonalistycznych rządów w Budapeszcie czy w Warszawie nie dowiemy się, jak zbudować europejską solidarność. Tylko lewica ma dziś odwagę budować ambitną wizję europejskiej przyszłości, a tej odwagi Europa potrzebuje. Potrzebuje odważnego, europejskiego projektu - i taki projekt chcemy zaprezentować już 23 czerwca w Warszawie!

Partia Razem wraz z lewicowymi partiami i inicjatywami z całego kontynentu tworzy "Europejską Wiosnę" – koalicję, która w maju 2019 roku wystartuje wspólnie w wyborach do Parlamentu Europejskiego. Ale już dziś chcemy pokazać wizję, z jaką za niecały rok pójdziemy do wyborów. Chcemy zaprezentować wspólny program Razem i naszych europejskich koalicjantów: Nowy Ład dla Europy.

23 czerwca o godz. 12.00 zapraszamy do warszawskiego kina Wisła na otwarte spotkanie. Wystąpią podczas niego przedstawiciele i przedstawicielki ruchów, partii i organizacji z różnych miejsc w Europie, którzy przedstawią wspólny projekt głębokiej transformacji Unii Europejskiej.

Wśród naszych gości:

Janis Warufakis - były minister finansów Grecji, profesor ekonomii, współzałożyciel ruchu Diem25
Benoît Hamon (tbc) - lider francuskiej lewicy proeuropejskiej, założyciel ruchu Generation.s, kandydat socjalistów w ostatnich wyborach prezydenckich we Francji
Isabelle Thomas - europarlamentarzystka, członkini komisji budżetowej w Parlamencie Europejskim, działaczka francuskiego Generation.s
Rasmus Nordqvist - duński parlamentarzysta, aktywista, członek proekologicznej partii Alternativet
Tomislav Tomašević - aktywista miejski, członek chorwackiego ruchu miejskiego Zagreb je Naš
Srećko Horvat - chorwacki filozof, pisarz i aktywista, współzałożyciel ruchu Diem25

Tuesday, 19 June 2018

I'm Rohingya! Refugee Week - 20 years - for MOAS


I'm Rohingya!
Refugee Week - 20 years -

They say a picture speaks a thousand words. This Refugee Week, help us #SpreadTheWord & raise awareness of the #Rohingya #refugeecrisis, one of the world’s forgotten #humanitarianemergencies. 

Drawing for MOAS

Ma ho visto anche degli zingari felici... #Salvinischedacitutti


Ma ho visto anche degli zingari felici
corrersi dietro, far l'amore
e rotolarsi per terra.
Ho visto anche degli zingari felici
in Piazza Maggiore
ubriacarsi di luna, di vendetta e di guerra.
#Salvinischedacitutti

Sunday, 17 June 2018

Prima gli italiani... Ma Giulio?


PRIMA GLI ITALIANI...
MA GIULIO?
- Diffidate di chi vi dice di lasciar perdere!

Monday, 4 June 2018

Pacchia! Soumaila Sacko


Vibo Valentia - Colonne di fumo si alzano dalla vecchia tendopoli di San Ferdinando, in provincia di Reggio Calabria, dove i migranti nella tarda serata di domenica hanno appiccato fuoco a copertoni e rifiuti di ogni tipo. I migranti non hanno lasciato avvicinare nè i vigili del fuoco, nè le forze dell'ordine. Si teme una reazione all'omicidio di Soumaila Sacko, il migrante maliano di 29 anni ucciso da una delle fucilate che hanno ferito altre due persone. Oggi l'Unione sindacale di base ha indetto una giornata di sciopero dei braccianti. 
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Nuri Kurtcebe | Free - Özgürlük


Senior comic book artist arrested w/ routine, ridiculous claim of "insulting the president". Kurtcabe, suffering from various medical conditions, needs int'l attention ASAP. #Turkey lacks freedom of exp. severely.

Monday, 21 May 2018

Portrait of Rafa Nadal | Roland Garros 2018


If you are playing bad you are going to lose here, on clay, in ice, or on the beach! Rafa Nadal Article:  "Rafael Nadal: Who can stop the 'King of Clay' at the French Open?"  
By Ravi Ubha, CNN

Sunday, 20 May 2018

It was a nightmare - Yiannis Boutaris

The mayor of Greece's second-largest city Thessaloniki has been treated in hospital after being beaten up by about a dozen people, officials say.
Yiannis Boutaris, 75, was kicked in the head and legs and beaten with bottles by a group of nationalists angry over his appearance at a remembrance event.
The mayor, who is known for his anti-nationalist views, was attending a ceremony to mark the killing of ethnic Greeks by Turks in World War One.
Politicians have condemned the attack.
A dozen people approached Mr Boutaris demanding he leave a flag-lowering ceremony in Thessaloniki on Saturday to mark what is known in Greece as the "Pontic Genocide", Thessaloniki city council president Calypso Goula said.
Ms Goula, who was also attending the event, described seeing several men throw bottles at Mr Boutaris and kicking the mayor in the head and legs after he had fallen down. Continue in BBC

Monday, 5 March 2018

Mimmo Càndito - 55 vasche


Io a quel tempo, al mattino, tutte le mattine, facevo mezz’ora di nuoto, 25 vasche in piscina. Dovevo continuare a farlo, anche se la chemio era davvero distruttiva. Mi costava fatica ma dovevo continuare. E però un giorno che la terapia mi aveva stancato molto, arrivai alla undicesima vasca e dovetti smettere subito, per non affogare: non riuscivo più a respirare. Risalii dall’acqua e mi stesi a meditare. Sentivo la mia impotenza, avvertivo il tumore come una sfida perduta. E dunque c’ero arrivato, dovevo proprio morire. La svolta
Ma invece no, mi dissi di no, scesi di nuovo in piscina, ripartii a nuotare e a contare: una vasca, due vasche, tre vasche. Arrivai alla numero 25, e dissi a me stesso: ora fagli vedere tu, al tumore, chi sia più forte. Nuotai ininterrottamente per 55 vasche, un’ora e passa. E quando uscii dall’acqua, sapevo dentro di me che io avrei vinto, non il tumore.
(Mimmo Càndito)

Sunday, 4 March 2018

Berlusconi il tuo tempo è finito | FEMEN


On this day of Italian legislative election, the international day of fight against sexual exploitation, Femen faced il cavaliere Berlusconi to announce him that his time was over. TIME'S UP on Berlusconi. Time's up on sexism! FEMEN

Saturday, 3 March 2018

Lavinia Flavia Cassaro. Prima di tutto vennero...


"Prima di tutto vennero a prendere gli zingari, e fui contento, perché rubacchiavano. Poi vennero a prendere gli ebrei, e stetti zitto, perché mi stavano antipatici. Poi vennero a prendere gli omosessuali, e fui sollevato, perché mi erano fastidiosi. Poi vennero a prendere i comunisti, e io non dissi niente, perché non ero comunista. Un giorno vennero a prendere me, e non c'era rimasto nessuno a protestare".

Wednesday, 28 February 2018

Tuesday, 27 February 2018

Dr. Mohammad Khalid Hamza - Ghouta


“What would you say to a child that says ‘I can’t wait to die because God has food for us’?”
Source: Sky News

Gianluca Costantini draws for HRW Film Festival in London


London
7 - 16 March 2018
Barbican, BFI Southbank, Regent Street Cinema and RIBA

View our programme and trailer in the Press Room!

Human Rights Watch is one of the world’s leading independent organizations dedicated to defending and protecting human rights. We work tenaciously to lay the legal and moral groundwork for deep rooted change and fight to bring greater justice and security to people around the world. Through our Human Rights Watch Film Festival we bear witness to human rights violations and create a forum for courageous individuals on both sides of the lens to empower audiences with the knowledge that personal commitment can make a difference. The film festival brings to life human rights abuses through storytelling in a way that challenges each individual to empathize and demand justice for all people.

The HRW Film Festival currently screens in over 20 cities around the world throughout the year. The festival's programming committee operates out of the New York office to screen more than 500 films each year. Through a rigorous vetting process, that includes review by Human Rights Watch’s programmatic staff, the festival chooses approximately 40 films each year to participate in our various festivals. It is then up to the particular city and its programming committee to choose films from this final selection for their specific festival.

In selecting films for the festival, Human Rights Watch concentrates equally on artistic merit and human rights content. The festival encourages filmmakers around the world to address human rights subject matter in their work and presents films from both new and established international filmmakers. Though the festival rules out films that contain unacceptable inaccuracies of fact, we do not bar any films on the basis of a particular point of view. Please note that we do not accept films via open submissions. If you have any questions, please email festivalinfo@hrw.org

Io sto con il GUS!


MACERATA, 26/02/2018 – Alle tre di pomeriggio, in pieno orario di lavoro, una o più persone hanno attaccato la sede del GUS di Piazza Mazzini. Un gesto che, si alimenta delle falsità, insinuazioni e calunnie di questi mesi e che trova protezione e silenzi accordanti nei troppi “se” e nei troppi “ma”.

Un’azione violenta contro chi si occupa di accoglienza e integrazione ed è da mesi sotto il mirino di chi soffia sul fuoco per ottenere un facile tornaconto elettorale, qualche decimale di share e dei click sui social network.

Da mesi il GUS è oggetto di polemiche e di attacchi strumentali, in particolare dopo i fatti di cronaca accaduti a Macerata. Vogliamo ripeterlo con forza e fermezza: il GUS è un’associazione che crede nella pace e nel dialogo, e non si fermerà di fronte ad un gesto violento e vigliacco. Continuiamo in ciò che è giusto, senza “indugi”. http://gusitalia.it/

Monday, 26 February 2018

Women of the Venezuelan Chaos - Margarita Cadenas #HRWFF London

Embodying strength and stoicism, five Venezuelan women from diverse backgrounds each draw a portrait of their country as it suffers under the worst crisis in its history amid extreme food and medicine shortages, a broken justice system, and widespread fear. The women share what life is really like for them and their families as the truth of the country’s difficulties are repeatedly denied by the government. Featuring stunning visuals and creative soundscapes, Women of the Venezuelan Chaos presentsa uniquely beautiful country and people, who remain resilient and resourceful despite the immense challenges they face. https://ff.hrw.org/london

The Workers Cup - Adam Sobel #HRWFF London

With unprecedented access to FIFA’s 2022 World Cup stadium construction sites and labour camps in Qatar, The Workers Cup follows one group of men from among the 1.6 million migrant workers preparing for the world’s largest sporting event. In the shadows of the controversial building sites, the men enthusiastically train to compete in a football tournament of their own: The Workers Cup. Exposing long work hours for scant salaries, limited freedom of movement, and harsh living conditions in isolated labour camps, this documentary explores universal themes of ambition, aspiration, sport, and masculinity, as the protagonists wrangle hope, meaning, and opportunity out of their extremely precarious circumstances. Official Selection, Sundance Film Festival 2017 http://www.theworkerscupfilm.comhttps://ff.hrw.org/london

Whose Streets? - Sabaah Folayan and Damon Davis Wolff #HRWFF London

"When all of this is gone, when the lights, the cameras, all of that, is gone, I have to live here… The history that I have between these people and myself will not be eradicated." - Tef Poe, film subject, Whose Streets?
"We are raising activists, we have to create a generation of activists if there's gonna be any change." – Aurellia Davis-Whitt, film subject, Whose Streets?
Told by the activists and leaders who live and breathe this movement for justice, Whose Streets? is an unflinching look at the Ferguson uprising in the US. When unarmed teenager Michael Brown is killed by police on 9th August, 2014 and left lying in the street for hours, it marks a breaking point for the residents of St. Louis, Missouri. Grief, long-standing racial tensions, and renewed anger bring residents together, and as the national guard descends on Ferguson with military grade weaponry, young community members become the torchbearers of a new resistance. Whose Streets? is a powerful battle cry from a generation fighting, not for their civil rights, but for the right to live. Grand Jury Prize Nominee, Sundance Film Festival, 2017 http://www.whosestreets.comhttps://ff.hrw.org/london

The poetess - Stefanie Brockhaus and Andreas Wolff #HRWFF London


"When you isolate women, you isolate the soul of the whole society." – Hissa Hilal, film subject, The Poetess

Saudi poetess Hissa Hilal made headlines around the world as the first woman to reach the finals of the Arab world’s biggest televised poetry competition, “Million’s Poet.” The Poetess is the inspiring story of a woman risking her personal safety and seizing an opportunity, live on TV in front of 75 million viewers, to use her wit and lyricism to critique patriarchal society and religious extremism, and to urge for a more peaceful Islam.

President, or Emperor? 主席还是皇帝?


Xi Jinping pushes China back to one-man rule. Continue

Saturday, 24 February 2018

Team USA wins first-ever Gold in curling a the 2018 Winter Olympics!


'How did this happen?'

CNN's Sherisse Pham bumped into Sarah Shuster, husband of US curler John Shuster , just minutes after Team USA claimed gold.

"I thought: 'How did this happen,'" she said, before revealing that her husband had been crying during the round robin after two poor performances.

Such was his disappointment, he wanted another curler to throw the last rocks in the final game.

"And to go from that to this," Sarah said, smiling the biggest smile.

Drawing for CNN | CNN Sport

Dream team | CNN

Italian artist Gianluca Costantini has been drawing PyeongChang 2018 for CNN.

Today he turned his attention away from the ice and snow and into the studio, drawing skiing superstar Mikaela Shiffrin with CNN Sport duo Coy Wire and Christina Macfarlane.

You can watch their full interview here.

Thursday, 22 February 2018