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    Journalist Carlos Fazio speaks on Mexico’s Drug war


    2010 - 11.16

    Carlos Fazio, a journalist from Mexico City, spoke in Vancouver on October 19, 2010. This is his entire speech, in which he discussed the so called war on drugs and the Merida Initiative, which is modeled on the failed Plan Colombia.

    Fazio’s talk was sponsored by Building Bridges. The audio of this video was graciously provided by the folks at RedEye on Co-op Radio Vancouver.

    Thanks to Vancouver Media Coop

    Militarization, War against Drug Trafficking & Human Rights in Mexico


    2010 - 10.09

    A conference with professor and journalist, Carlos Fazio. 

    Carlos Fazio is one of the most distinguished intellectuals in Latin America.  As an international analyst he has received important awards for his  knowledge in Latin American geopolitical affairs.

    He is a professor of Communications at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). As a journalist  he has published in journals, (more…)

    STAND UP FOR HUMAN RIGHTS! HUMAN RIGHTS ARE UNIVERSAL!


    2009 - 11.13

    On the Occasion of the 61st Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

    STAND UP FOR HUMAN RIGHTS!

    humanHUMAN RIGHTS ARE UNIVERSAL!

    Join us for an evening of songs, film, dance, poetry & stories on Global Human Rights.

    Join us as we stand in solidarity with the peoples determined to assert and defend their Human Rights!


    December 5, 2009, Saturday @ 6:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
    Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House
    800 East Broadway (one block east of Fraser St.) Vancouver

    Organized by the HUMAN RIGHTS DAY COMMITTEE: Canada-Philippines Solidarity for Human Rights (CPSHR) | Iranian Centre for Peace, Freedom and Social Justice | Migrante B.C. | Bureau for Latin America and Caribbean Solidarity | FMLN-Vancouver | New Noise (Mexico) | Grupo Morazanico (Honduras) | Urban Nisga’a Woman from the Nisga’a Nation | Cultural House of Mawlana, Afghanistan | Storytelling Our Lives Group

    Endorsing Organizations to date: Vancouver Save Article Nine Committee | Lawyers Rights Watch Canada | Global and Societal Ministries BC Conference, United Church of Canada | KAIROS-Richmond | B.C. ALPHA (Association for Learning and Preserving the History of World War II in Asia) | International League of People’s Struggle (ILPS) -Canada | Philippine Solidarity Network of Canada |

    Light snacks + coffee/tea will be served.

    For more information, call 604.320.0285  or email cps_hr@yahoo.ca