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The cost of inequality - OXFAM report

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This report is worth to read! How rapidly growing extreme wealth and inequality are harmful to human progress.
We know a lot about the subject, but there are some number which makes you really really sad and angry...

For example ...

Stormy Discussion

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Brisbane has provided a temporary (if tempestuous) home for our community of students, professionals, artists, researchers, educators, and activists to assemble and discuss how we can combat alienation and reclaim the public sphere for dialogue on issues of debt.

A ...

52 SHADES OF GREED

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I came along a realy great project - a set of deck playing cards made with the help of 28 illustrator all over the world.

They visualised Wall Street executives and politicians who were (and still are) the master of (financial ...

Montreal's a poetic paradise

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It's a good time to be in Montreal. It's spring time to be precise. Montreal is experiencing a huge upsurge in social activism for the last three months. The biggest student strike ever, has been lasting for eleven ...

International women's day

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is not about flowers, but about respect.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/84455298/Coupons-of-Respect

GRAFITTI for blind people

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My friends from SMETUMET (the name is a wordplay from TRASH and ART in Slovenian) group are working on a very interesting project (again:)!
Grafitti for blind people.
At the beginning of next week they will held a workshop in ...

Why It's Kicking Off Everywhere: the contagion of revolution

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A recent article published in THE NATIONAL newspaper in the United Arab Emirates. An interesting point stated "... the Arab Spring itself is part of a global wave of unrest triggered ultimately by the ongoing disorderly collapse of globalisation in the ...

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