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NL15 EDITORIAL = Editorial of the 15th edition by Ute Kerger, Germany
NL15 Women's Human Rights = How it was done: The Movement that put Women's Human Rights on the Global Agenda by Charlotte Bunch, Centre for Women's Global Leadership USA
NL15 The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly = A report from the United Nations World Conference on Human Rights by Bernd Schneider, NEWSLETTER Germany
NL15 The Situation of the Untouchables = A speech about the situation Dalits in South Asia by Henry Thiagaraj India
NL15 EMIROAF = Ethnic Minority Rights Organisations of Africa by EMIROAF Nigeria
NL15 Restructuring the UN = How Boutros-Ghali intends to change the UN by Ann Doherty, A SEED USA
NL15 Security Council to be restructured = Many members of the UN General Assembly are calling for a change by Jan Loenn, ISMUN Sweden
NL15 Asian Youth Statement = The statement of the Asian youth and student organisations to the UN Human Rights Conf. by Asian Student Association Hong Kong
NL15 Invitation to Co-operation = The Asian Student Association is seeking partners for co-operation by Lina Cabaero Philippines
NL15 Calendar of Events = International events 1993
NL15 Students' Education Summit = German students draft their idea on future education policy by Harald Strating, AStA Hannover Germany
NL15 A SEED Meeting at the EC Summit = Report on a meeting of A SEED and on TOES in Copenhagen, June 93 by Florian Schoene Germany
NL15 Climate Action in 51 countries = A report on the events on last Climate Alliance Actions Day from Climate Alliance Action News Scandinavia
NL15 Why Climate Action on UN HR-Day = Reasons for environmentalists to do actions on the UN Human Rights Day December 10 by Tord Bjoerk, Miljoefoerbundet Sweden
NL15 Appeal from Azerbaijan = Azerbaijan Greens appeal for help to save the Caspian Sea by Nigar Huseyn Azerbaijan
NL15 Staying Afloat in the Filth = Concerning environmental protection Israel is a retarded country by D'vora Ben Shaul, EcoNews Israel
NL15 Poems from Black Australia = Two examples for the art of Black Australian poetry by Lionel Fogarty, Queensland Australia
NL15 Hawaiian Sovereignty Tribunal = Hawaiian indigenous demand justice by Mike Feinstein USA and Linda Martin Hawai'i
NL15 The New World Order and Asylum = How the New World Order and Mass Migration affect Asylum by Iman Donna Achara, Buckingham Univ. Nigeria
NL15 The Violence of Development = A feature on the violent impacts of technological development by Claude Alvares, Third World Network India
NL15 Collaboration and Development Aid = A contribution to this years Chiasmus student conference in September in Aarhus, Denmark by Thorben Albrecht Germany
NL15 The New Information Order = How mass media determine and manipulate
world politics and culture
by Jean-Marie Chauvier, International
Organisation of Journalists
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