Posts tagged with ‘civil rights’

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‘Personal Journeys: The Global Impact of Israel’s Dissenting Voices’

by Facilitate Global

‘Personal Journeys: The Global Impact of Israel’s Dissenting Voices’ Notes taken by Susan Walpole – Facilitate Global Fundraising Dinner, London, 10 April 2013 These notes are of two brief talks by Miko Peled and Ilan Pappe, followed by a Question and Answer (Q & A) session. Views expressed are those of the speakers. Any transcription […]

Profit Driven Prison Industrial Complex – The Economics of Incarceration in the USA

by Facilitate Global

Profit Driven Prison Industrial Complex – The Economics of Incarceration in the USA Nile Bowie Profit Driven Prison Industrial Complex: The Economics of Incarceration in the USA. For every 100,000 Americans, 743 citizens sit behind bars For anyone paying attention, there is no shortage of issues that fundamentally challenge the underpinning moral infrastructure of American […]

Israeli Supreme Court Upholds Ban on Family Unification

by Facilitate Global

Israeli Supreme Court Upholds Ban on Family Unification ADALAH PRESS RELEASE (Haifa, Israel) Last night, 11 January 2012, at 9 pm, the Israeli Supreme Court in a 6-5 decision, delivered a 232-page judgment upholding the constitutionality of the Citizenship and Entry into Israel Law – 2003 (as amended 2007). This law severely restricts Palestinian Arab […]

Revealed: The FBI’s Secretive Practice of “Blackballing” Files

by Facilitate Global

Revealed: The FBI’s Secretive Practice of “Blackballing” Files Jason Leopold Have you ever filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with the FBI and received a written response from the agency stating that it could not locate records responsive to your request? If so, there’s a chance the FBI may have found some documents, […]

CCR Holds Press Briefing

by Facilitate Global

CCR Holds Press Briefing; Large Coalition Stages Rally in Front of White House Leading to Supreme Court; Men at Guantánamo Plan Peaceful Protests January 11, 2012, Washington, DC – Today, on the tenth anniversary of the arrival of the first detained men at the U.S. prison in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, the Center for Constitutional Rights […]