Monthly Archives: September 2021

Create a fair deal for Moroccan artisans

AUSTIN, Texas -– Many Moroccan artisans work in the informal economy. Therefore, middlemen can exploit artisans by buying their products below their value, raising prices and keeping profits. Crises like the COVID-19 pandemic also make artisans vulnerable due to a lack of financial support. However, government programs, artisans’ associations and …

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Sport and society – Reed Magazine

Anthro 324 with Professor Silverstein examines how sport strengthens and challenges fundamental social constructs. September 10, 2021 Sports are deeply entangled and interwoven with social processes, cultural institutions and daily life in much of the world. In Anthropology 324, Professor Paul Silverstein approaches the game of sport as a set …

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Tunisian MP imprisoned after criticizing president begins hunger strike

MP Yassine Ayari started his hunger strike in Mornaguia prison to protest against the oppression suffered by the army and his upcoming trial, his party said. MP Yassine Ayari has started a hunger strike in prison, according to his party [Getty] A Tunisian lawmaker suspended and imprisoned for condemning President …

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Elections 2021- Vimy | Laval News

With a population of 111,867 and over 88,000 voters (2016), Vimy covers 35 km2 of the south-central part of the island. Liberal Annie koutrakis Elected to Vimy in 2019, she worked for 30 years in full-service investment firms. An avid volunteer, she was elected President, CEO, President of the Executive …

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Green energy takes hold

It is of paramount importance that we examine the political economy of energy transitions in our current context where the energy security of the Global North trumps the human rights and sovereignty of the peoples of the South and where priorities are dictated by the people of the South. The …

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A local guide in Morocco

Hind Sebti was born and raised in the Imperial City of Meknes, and brings her love for Morocco and its sensory healing traditions to her skin care brand Whind. This interview is part of The world is local, a worldwide collaboration between the seven international editions of Condé Nast Traveler …

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Tunisia: authorities must tell the truth about the kidnapping of an Algerian activist

Slimane Bouhafs, an Algerian convert and refugee recognized by the UNHCR, was reportedly kidnapped in Tunis on August 25 Activist reappeared in court in Algeria where he faces undisclosed charges “The Tunisian government shares responsibility for his fate and should confess its role in his kidnapping and return” – Amna …

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Against Orientalism on Instagram – World – Al-Ahram Weekly

The crystal clear, translucent waters and the soft, slightly wavy white sand are surrounded by stones. The scenic green mountainous backdrop with perfect blue skies does not suggest Algeria. And few outside the North African country have heard of the ancient neighborhood in question, Collo, where forests, mountainous terrain, stunning …

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A local guide to Morocco

Hind Sebti was born and raised in the Imperial City of Meknes, and brings her love for Morocco and its sensory healing traditions to her skin care brand Whind. This interview is part of The world is local, a worldwide collaboration between the seven international editions of Condé Nast Traveler …

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