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1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre: twenty years ago, China’s army forced a bloody confrontation against peaceful student demonstrators Junho 4, 2009

Filed under: freedom,Human Rights,peace,politics — looking4good @ 6:09 am
The Tiananmen Square Massacre was twenty years ago! In Beijing, the resulting military response to the protesters by the People’s Republic of China government left many civilians dead or severely injured. «The Gate of Heaven» became of Hell. Howmany died? Today, we dont’t still know. But we don’t remain silenced.
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May 3 – World Press Freedom Day Maio 3, 2008

Filed under: Day,freedom,Liberty — looking4good @ 10:47 am

«The rights to life and to liberty and integrity and security of person and also to freedom of expression are fundamental human rights that are recognized and guaranteed by international conventions and instruments» (UNESCO Resolution, General Conference 1997).

Independent, free and pluralistic media have a crucial role to play in the good governance of democratic societies, by ensuring transparency and accountability, promoting participation and the rule of law, and contributing to the fight against poverty.

Blogging is one of the newest manifestations how people can express freely their ideas and opinions. I blog.

Have a lovely World Press Freedom Day !

Visit World Press Freedom Day Org

 

May 3 – World Press Freedom Day

Filed under: Day,freedom,Liberty — looking4good @ 10:47 am

«The rights to life and to liberty and integrity and security of person and also to freedom of expression are fundamental human rights that are recognized and guaranteed by international conventions and instruments» (UNESCO Resolution, General Conference 1997).

Independent, free and pluralistic media have a crucial role to play in the good governance of democratic societies, by ensuring transparency and accountability, promoting participation and the rule of law, and contributing to the fight against poverty.

Blogging is one of the newest manifestations how people can express freely their ideas and opinions. I blog.

Have a lovely World Press Freedom Day !

Visit World Press Freedom Day Org

 

May 3 – World Press Freedom Day

Filed under: Day,freedom,Liberty — looking4good @ 10:47 am

«The rights to life and to liberty and integrity and security of person and also to freedom of expression are fundamental human rights that are recognized and guaranteed by international conventions and instruments» (UNESCO Resolution, General Conference 1997).

Independent, free and pluralistic media have a crucial role to play in the good governance of democratic societies, by ensuring transparency and accountability, promoting participation and the rule of law, and contributing to the fight against poverty.

Blogging is one of the newest manifestations how people can express freely their ideas and opinions. I blog.

Have a lovely World Press Freedom Day !

Visit World Press Freedom Day Org

 

Apr. 27 South Africa – Freedom Day Abril 27, 2008

Filed under: Day,efemerides,freedom,South Africa — looking4good @ 2:50 am

Today, South Africa celebrates the 14th anniversary of freedom. It’s the commemoration of the first democratic election on 27 Apr. 1994, and the last phase in the dismantling of a decades-old evil system of separation, suppression and dehumanisation.
After years of struggle against the apartheid system of white minority rule and international pressure, Nelson Mandela is released in 1990. After painstaking negotiations, political parties finally agree on 27 April 1994 as the date for South Africa’s first multi-racial elections, giving the country’s majority black population the right to vote for the first time. The elections were the first non-racial, democratic elections where everyone of voting age of over 18 from every race group was allowed to vote.
 

Apr. 27 South Africa – Freedom Day

Filed under: Day,efemerides,freedom,South Africa — looking4good @ 2:50 am

Today, South Africa celebrates the 14th anniversary of freedom. It’s the commemoration of the first democratic election on 27 Apr. 1994, and the last phase in the dismantling of a decades-old evil system of separation, suppression and dehumanisation.
After years of struggle against the apartheid system of white minority rule and international pressure, Nelson Mandela is released in 1990. After painstaking negotiations, political parties finally agree on 27 April 1994 as the date for South Africa’s first multi-racial elections, giving the country’s majority black population the right to vote for the first time. The elections were the first non-racial, democratic elections where everyone of voting age of over 18 from every race group was allowed to vote.
 

Apr. 27 South Africa – Freedom Day

Filed under: Day,efemerides,freedom,South Africa — looking4good @ 2:50 am

Today, South Africa celebrates the 14th anniversary of freedom. It’s the commemoration of the first democratic election on 27 Apr. 1994, and the last phase in the dismantling of a decades-old evil system of separation, suppression and dehumanisation.
After years of struggle against the apartheid system of white minority rule and international pressure, Nelson Mandela is released in 1990. After painstaking negotiations, political parties finally agree on 27 April 1994 as the date for South Africa’s first multi-racial elections, giving the country’s majority black population the right to vote for the first time. The elections were the first non-racial, democratic elections where everyone of voting age of over 18 from every race group was allowed to vote.