interview

  • Should Bolivia condemn extractivism?

    Extractivism is a mode of economic accumulation that consists of the removal of raw materials from the natural environment. European colonialism entailed the mass-scale extraction of natural resources from various regions, providing for the development of the world economy. In his book, Indian Givers: How the Indians of the...
  • There will come a day when everyone stands in front of justice

    Original Article was posted here   Abdullahi’s  story is quite remarkable. As the head of the media in Ogaden, Ethiopia, he had insight into a region that is closed to all other media. Working for the region’s President, he found out about horrible crimes against human rights. He risked...
  • The State of Development in Papua New Guinea

    As a former economist at the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, Rosa Maria Alonso i Terme has participated in the elaboration, monitoring, and evaluation of development programs and projects, and has researched and written on development issues and trends for over 20 years. She has shared her...
  • Delivering Truth in Sudan

    In a  recent article about Independent Journalism, Libyan Freelance Journalist Ayat Mneina said in a that she was driven by one idea: that the truth would speak for itself and she simply had to deliver the facts. When working in a risky environment, many journalists are driven by the...
  • Rebuilding Ethiopia: Saint Jeanne Antide

    Ludovica spent one month in Shire’ – a village in northern Ethiopia, near the border with Eritrea- to do volunteer work with street children in August 2014. She was the guest of sister Maria Luisa, one of the founders of the Charity Saint Jeanne Antide. Ludovica recently interviewed the...