Indigenous women missing and murdered: Canada’s long-awaited national inquiry

TRANSLATED BY RHONA KAPPLER AND PROOFREAD BY LAUREN VALENTINE According to Statistics Canada, native women are 3 times more likely to be victims of domestic violence and seven times more likely to be victims of murder than non-native women. After the launch of a national inquiry into the women and girls of indigenous communities, the […]

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Colombia’s struggle for peace

TRANSLATED BY JOYCE CHEN AND PROOFREAD BY RHONA KAPPLER It has been over a year since the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), a far-left guerrilla movement, signed a peace agreement, and since the latter’s transformation into a political party. This agreement is yet to be received unanimously by the people […]

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The Adani group in Australia : a relationship full of conflict

TRANSLATED BY RHONA KAPPLER AND PROOFREAD BY LUCY HARRIES On 6th June 2017, the President of the multinational company Adani announced “the official launch” of the construction of the Carmichael coalmine. The mine would be situated near the Great Barrier Reef and would be one of the biggest in the world. This project has been […]

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Encerclés par la police, ces militants seront arrêtés et conduits au commissariat. Ils ont recours à plusieurs techniques pour empêcher leur identification : pas de papiers d'identité, maquillage sur le visage et glue sur les doigts pour éviter les reconnaissances faciale et digitale. De ce fait, ajouté à leur nombre très élevé, la police ne pourra pas les identifier. Ils seront relâchés sans poursuites après quelques heures. Crédit Alexis Demoment.

Ende Gelände: ‘disobedience in the name of justice’

TRANSLATED BY RHONA KAPPLER AND GENEVIEVE SILK Ever since the anti-G8 protest at Gênes in 2001, we often hear talk of alter-globalist movements. During the summer of 2017, Le Journal International visited the climate camp of German group Ende Gelände. Our correspondent aimed to get an idea of the group’s internal organisation and to gain […]

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“Look At Her”: Authentic

TRANSLATED BY CLAUDIA OPPONG PEPRAH AND RHONA KAPPLER In the scope of the Project “Look At “Her”, Émilie Porée is travelling through South-East Asia. She meets with women of all shades in order to draw a picture of their lifes. Now she repaired to southern Thailand onto a small savage island called Koh Yao Noi where […]

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