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Let's not Boycott Peace by Abusing of Evil Propaganda in the Holy Land

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As Franklin Roosevelt once said, "a nation does not have to be cruel to be tough" and that is the kind of message that should not be ignored by any politician or even terrorists that think they can…Continue

The Rights of Women and Children And the Role of Sovereign Nations Under International Law

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For the last couple of years, one noticed that politicians have directly or indirectly talked about the need of a new world order. International trade however, has been the primary focus of State's…Continue

Mataji Jiva - A Tribute to Tagore, Ghandi and Ajay Kumar

Started this discussion. Last reply by Eliana van de Craats Lima Oct 7. 2 Replies

One day I will be lucky enoughto experience the regal lifestyle of maharajasShakya Janapada, the birthplace of Budhathe wisdom of Vishnu in VaishnavaI will try the Ayurvedic healingsand burn all my…Continue

Me, Myself and Other Wild Birds - An Interactive Poem

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Me, Myself and other wild birdsIn this surreal autumnal equinoxwhich needs an updateit is not entirely true...as my night and daysaren't nearly the sameThanks God, I am still enjoying oneof our last…Continue

 

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Let's not Boycott Peace by Abusing of Evil Propaganda in the Holly Land

As Franklin Roosevelt once said, "a nation does not have to be cruel to be tough" and that is the kind of message that should not be ignored by any politician or even terrorists that think they can build nations by emotionally threatening others to support or accept their demands. If Israel already made a history of their own by planting gardens in the middle of the desert and reviving the Hebrew language while creating an advanced society that embraces science, religion and at the same time,…See More
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Os Direitos da Mulher e da Criança e O Papel de Estados Soberanos

 author: Eliana van de Craats Lima   Nos últimos anos, tenho notado que muitos políticos têm, direta ou indiretamente falado sobre a necessidade de uma nova ordem mundial. O comércio internacional no entanto, parece ser o foco principal dessas…
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The Rights of Women and Children And the Role of Sovereign Nations Under International Law

For the last couple of years, one noticed that politicians have directly or indirectly talked about the need of a new world order. International trade however, has been the primary focus of State's ambitions. More recently, the Arab spring seemed to have realized some of these aspirations, with internal and external powers exercising pressure on the local people to change. At least, it worked as a kind of "wake up call" for both citizens and nations. A reminder of the need to acknowledge and…See More
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"Let's make sure 2014 will really be the year of great achievements for children's rights everywhere!"
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"Congratulations to Pakistan and India for having such great citizens: Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi!"
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Name/s of media you are currently involved with
Freelance journalist,poet,int. lawyer, legal editor, graphic and textile designer.
What do you hope to gain from this community?
Friends and professional contacts, understanding of the business of journalism, exchange ideas, build a communication bridge of knowledge and harmony among people from different backgrounds.
Tell us a little bit about yourself
I am a LLM in Business and trade law, a Brazilian lawyer, human resources consultant, a translator, a Media analyst,journalist and Editor. In my free time I enjoy working with graphic designs, textile and mixed media art.

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What about saying hello to your friends (at EJC) today in your own language?

Posted on May 21, 2012 at 9:37 2 Comments

Hi Everyone,

 

Today is DIVERSTIY DAY and our language is a very nice and unique sign of it.

I know if we all start saying hello, the server will be very busy, but perhpas you can

write something about your own language in the forum, something about your country,

upload a video where everyone can see what is unique in your country, and off course

you are welcome to send me and your best friends a short email just saying Good Morning

in your…

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Reflections on Motherhood

Posted on May 7, 2012 at 19:30 0 Comments

The Cutting of the Umbilical Cord and Questions from an Unemployed Mother…

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George Clooney: Struggling for Human Rights in Sudan and been Arrested in his Own Country

Posted on March 18, 2012 at 22:14 0 Comments

How much are we willing to pay for human rights? I hope to get your oppinion on that. In order to reflect on it and answer that question, I have decided to place the links to the original video and interviews for you as I believe pictures say more than a thousand words:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIRz8scTIHE&feature=related

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Bleeding (Sangrando) from Gonzaguinha

Posted on March 12, 2012 at 12:38 0 Comments

I've asked to provide a  better link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Iz7HkbLXqM and a translation of the song I used at my blog Syrian's Heroes, a couple of minutes ago. Here are both versions: Portuguese and English

 

 Bleeding   (Gonzaga Jr.)

 

 When I release my voice please understand

 Word for word here is a person surrendering

 With my heart in my mouth open chest, I'll keep…

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At 19:47 on March 29, 2013, SAADIA SEHAR said…

Hello dear Eliana,Nice to hear about you,sure I will share my thoughts and feeling and information with you .

Regards

Saadia Sehar Haidari

At 12:05 on February 24, 2013, Maria Marutschke Del Risco said…

Dear Eliana, nice to have you like a contact and friend here EJC, hope we can change ideas in several topics like desing. I was reading your postings, very intersting.Hope we keep in touch.Have a wonderful week !

At 12:48 on February 21, 2013, John Dale said…

Thanks, Eliana. Perhaps you'd like to take part in my project, 24 Hours in World Journalism 2013. I hope so. John

At 15:34 on October 25, 2012, Alan Abbey said…

Journalism in Israel and the Palestinian Territories is not an easy profession. I have left day-to-day journalism and work for a think tank, but I follow the local media closely, and had taught a course on "International Reporting" at a US university.

Journalists on both sides of the "Green Line" often face political, governmental, non-governmental, ideological, and social pressures that limit their freedom of movement, freedom to write, and even, their personal physical safety.

They are under tremendous pressure to present a "positive" spin on the news from their home territory. They face censorship - both overt and covert.

Journalism here is ideological; "objective" journalism is not practiced. In fact it is usually sneered at as being impossible or unworthy of being sought as a goal.

At 23:27 on October 11, 2012, George Elijah Otumu said…

Eliana, sure you will hear from me on regular stories...

At 18:56 on October 4, 2012, Martine Johansen said…

Hi Eliana. nice to meet you. I've been reading your blog posts. And I look forward to reading more. After a day of reporting court trials on a local scale, it is inspiring to read such insightful posts on a grand scale. Reiser du ofte til Norge fra Danmark? Jeg tenker å flytte til København neste år. 

At 14:00 on September 6, 2012, Marta Babio said…

Hola Eliana! Cómo estás? Hablas español? Thank you for your message. Did you know that the town-village's - where my parents live - name is Eliana. Thats really funny. Have you been in Spain recently? Today, it isnt really good for young people to work there, especially for journalists..

At 5:22 on August 3, 2012, Munawar Ali Shahid said…

Thank you very much for remembering me...I m mostly engage with Human rights issues within Media as special correspondent for human rights....Here are different abuses on peak and political instability position getting worst a lot of work and tension

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At 7:30 on July 3, 2012, Waqar Haider said…

hi Eliana where r buzi now a dayz ..............?

At 13:31 on June 2, 2012, Illlies Sahar said…

Salut Eliana !

Merci !

 
 
 

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Let's not Boycott Peace by Abusing of Evil Propaganda in the Holly Land

As Franklin Roosevelt once said, "a nation does not have to be cruel to be tough" and that is the kind of message that should not be ignored by any politician or even terrorists that think they can build nations by emotionally threatening others to support or accept their demands. If Israel already made a history of their own by planting gardens in the middle of the desert and reviving the Hebrew language while creating an advanced society that embraces science, religion and at the same time,…See More
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Conflicts in Russia

Contemporary Russian Situation (10/17/2014) as described by BSN, an unnamed Russian author Translated by Ludwik Kowalski, Ph.D. http://csam.montclair.edu/~kowalski/life/intro.html    1) My translation of BSN's article is available online at: http://pages.csam.montclair.edu/~kowalski/bsn.html 2) Why did I translate this article? Because I know that the present…See More
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