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· March, 2007

Stories about Indigenous from March, 2007

29 March 2007

Bangladesh: Development Against All Odds

Bangladesh is one of the most densely populated countries in the world. Bideshi Blond provides the relevant statistics proving the claim. Being a developing country with limited resources it is...

25 March 2007

Syrian Blogsphere on Culture: Old Damascus Campaign, Norouz Day and “Tleebeh”

In this past week, most of the Syrian blogsphere was busy sponsoring yet another campaign in favor of saving what's left of the world's oldest continuously inhabited city, Damascus. The...

8 March 2007

Belize: A Mayan homeland

The Middle East and North Africa on Women's International Day

While half the world is today celebrating the International Women's Day, the other half seems to be blogging about it I suppose. Here's a run down of some of the...

Brazil: Photography: Antonio Mari

6 March 2007

Arabisc: An Open letter to the Saudi Labour Minister

Saudi Arabian blogger Raed Al Saeed has written an open letter to his Labour Minister Dr Ghazi Al Gosaibi, who is also a distinguished writer and diplomat, and posted it...

4 March 2007

Forced evictions in Guatemala: whose land is it anyway?

Human Rights Video

Land ownership and occupation are complex and highly contentious issues in many parts of Latin America, and the tropical, resource-rich plains of northeastern Guatemala are no exception. On the one...

2 March 2007

Bilingual Education in Guatemala

[Editor's note: The following post was originally written by blogger and journalist Juan Manuel Castillo and posted at La Nana. It was translated to English by Guatemalan contributor Renata Ávila.]...

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