Category human rights

The Resignation of Denis MacShane

Denis MacShane was Minister for Europe under Tony Blair.  He brought a wider and more cultured vision and experience to that role than many politicians and activists  ever get near, at least in this country. For instance, he  translated into English a Brecht poem for “Poems on the Underground”.  He also responded positively to a… Continue reading The Resignation of Denis MacShane

Where is the Church ? I don’t see it anywhere.

The Anglican Church is having trouble deciding whether to introduce women bishops. Within the Church, there have been agitation, discussion and arguments over the move for ages. It is possible that, outside the Church, very few people would have any interest whatsoever, in either the arguments or in the development.

By which I… Continue reading Where is the Church ? I don't see it anywhere.

The “Poems for…” project – a new collection has been uploaded , crossing new frontiers

A new collection of mainly bilingual poems has been uploaded on the Poems for… website. It consists of sixty poems, most of them bilingual.

Eventually this sixty will join and become one with the collection of forty five poems  launched a few years ago, called “Poems for… One World.”

The new collection has… Continue reading The "Poems for..." project - a new collection has been uploaded , crossing new frontiers

Smoking and the Skills of Love

I believe that in its serious and commendable efforts to protect the Nation’s Health, the State is guilty of an injustice of high order as far as the mental health community is concerned. I would go further and describe this injustice as an abuse of state power, almost a case of bullying.

My complaint… Continue reading Smoking and the Skills of Love

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