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Anti GMO-protesters stage a rally dressed as 'GM-Zombies'

Patenting Lives    :  Patenting Lives includes contributions from various interests and perspectives, both in the context of current international developments in life patents and the global agenda of harmonization of international intellectual property. The book is divided into five sections reflecting the critical issues arising from patents and biotechnology - Context; Human Rights and Ethical Frameworks; Medicine and Public Health; Traditional Knowledge; and Agriculture. The intern...

Patenting Lives : Patenting Lives includes contributions from various interests and perspectives, both in the context of current international developments in life patents and the global agenda of harmonization of international intellectual property. The book is divided into five sections reflecting the critical issues arising from patents and biotechnology - Context; Human Rights and Ethical Frameworks; Medicine and Public Health; Traditional Knowledge; and Agriculture. The intern...

The leaders of the oil-rich African nations of Equatorial Guinea Gabon and Congo will sue Transparency International over a case in France involving allegedly ill-gotten properties worth hundreds of millions President Teodoro Obiang of Equatorial Guinea has said.  French human rights lawyer William Bourdon instigated the investigation in 2007 by making a formal complaint on behalf of the pressure group Transparency International France (TIF).  Obiangs son Vice President Teodorin Obiang is…

The leaders of the oil-rich African nations of Equatorial Guinea Gabon and Congo will sue Transparency International over a case in France involving allegedly ill-gotten properties worth hundreds of millions President Teodoro Obiang of Equatorial Guinea has said. French human rights lawyer William Bourdon instigated the investigation in 2007 by making a formal complaint on behalf of the pressure group Transparency International France (TIF). Obiangs son Vice President Teodorin Obiang is…

Dolores Huerta  1930-  LABOR LEADER    The cofounder of the United Farm Workers is a former teacher. "I thought I could do more by organizing farm workers than by trying to teach their hungry children," she says. She strove to secure a living wage for the people who harvest our nation's food.

Dolores Huerta 1930- LABOR LEADER The cofounder of the United Farm Workers is a former teacher. "I thought I could do more by organizing farm workers than by trying to teach their hungry children," she says. She strove to secure a living wage for the people who harvest our nation's food.

▶ Nestlé CEO (Bilderberger) Peter Brabeck - GMO Promotor & Water as Human Right = 'extreme' - YouTube

▶ Nestlé CEO (Bilderberger) Peter Brabeck - GMO Promotor & Water as Human Right = 'extreme' - YouTube

Eric Schlosser Talks Agriculture and Human Rights Abuses

Eric Schlosser Talks Agriculture and Human Rights Abuses

Journalist Eric Schlosser, an executive producer on the film Food Chains, discusses the exploitation of poor workers in the American food system.

Big Tobacco’s Secret Workforce: Child Farm Workers - "...Hundreds of children too young to buy cigarettes are working 60 hours a week on tobacco farms across the South, a new report from Human Rights Watch finds. Due to lax laws governing child labor in agriculture, child workers between the ages of 7 and 17 are regularly exposed to heavy doses of pesticides, nicotine, extreme heat, and operate heavy machinery...."

Big Tobacco’s Secret Workforce: Child Farm Workers - "...Hundreds of children too young to buy cigarettes are working 60 hours a week on tobacco farms across the South, a new report from Human Rights Watch finds. Due to lax laws governing child labor in agriculture, child workers between the ages of 7 and 17 are regularly exposed to heavy doses of pesticides, nicotine, extreme heat, and operate heavy machinery...."

Thousands 'forcibly relocated' in Ethiopia, says HRW report - Human Rights Watch says people in the remote western Gambella region of Ethiopia are being moved to inadequate villages to free up land for commercial agriculture

Thousands 'forcibly relocated' in Ethiopia, says HRW report

Thousands 'forcibly relocated' in Ethiopia, says HRW report - Human Rights Watch says people in the remote western Gambella region of Ethiopia are being moved to inadequate villages to free up land for commercial agriculture

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