Daily Links - 12 October

12 October 2005
Women and female fighters offer unique perspectives for peace-building after conflict. The 8th part of the Toolkit discusses how essential these can be to disarmament and achieving sustainable peace.

Human Rights Record of the US in 2004
(Information Office of the State Council of the People's Republic of China, english.people.com.cn, 03/03/05)
The United States of America: country of civil rights? The Human Rights Record of the United States in 2004 allows us to wonder.


In 2004 Zhang Yishan recalled the specific policies promoting gender equality in the People’s Republic of China.


From the archive: “A letter to the British people from a refugee activist” (Zrinka Bralo, openDemocracy.net, 11/12/03)
Zrinka Bralo arrived in the UK from a war-torn Yugoslavia. She discusses being a refugee in the UK, and examines British "nationhood". 

Is COP26 humanity’s make-or-break moment on climate breakdown?

This year’s COP26 meeting in Glasgow has been hailed as the most significant climate event since the 2015 Paris Agreement. But what action must world leaders take to put the planet on a sustainable path? And what does this mean for the future of global capitalism?

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