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Guest Blogs - recent posts we like

Energy round-up: carbon markets have failed - by : Stephen Devlin - 9 Sep -
Energy round-up: carbon markets have failed  Photo credit:   freefoto
Economist and analyst John Aziz's latest blog "On the Dehumanization of Immigrants" - 31 Jul -
Britain is in the grip of a worrying trend. Our own Prime Minister compared migrants in Calais to insects when he called them a “swarm”. Meanwhile, internet comment sections relating to the refugees are filled with hatred and venom.
Interview with UN Special Rapporteur David Kaye on expression, opinion and religious freedom - 3 Jun -
By Leila Nachawati Rego for APCNewsJAKARTA, Indonesia, 03 June 2015

Network news

26/09/2015   APC wins EFF Pioner Award 2015

The APC, Caspar Bowden and Kathy Sierra have been awarded this year’s Pioneer Award by the EFF. Read Peter Gabriel’s message of congratulation to Executive Director Anriette Esterhuysen and the APC.

08/08/2015   Tory policies trash renewables

The Government wants to scrap a policy that puts solar panels on the roofs of schools, hospitals and businesses. Email the Government consultation now to stand up for renewable energy.

17/07/2015   Media censors protests against Japan's defence expansion

Asahi ShimbunAsahi ShimbunJapanese PM Shinzo Abe has silenced debate on controversial “Peace and Security” legislation. Opposition politicians protested the move while thousands of people took to the streets. The unconstitutional legislation contravenes Article 9 of Japan’s post-war Peace Constitution.