In April the Croatian Multimedia Institute announced that they had reached a decision to end a contract through which they were granted US$100,000 by the US government for their work on the development of Croatian civil society.
Over the past two months, three international peace activists have been shot while attempting to protect the lives and homes of Palestinian civilians. One of them is dead, another seriously injured, the third remains in coma. Huwaida Arraf reports on the ongoing work of the International Solidarity Movement
We are very pleased to welcome Japan Indymedia and TokyoProgressive to the pages of Peace News as this issue's visiting media. Along with an introduction to both of these web-based publishing forums, there is also brief overview of the development of alternative media in Japan and how it serves the activist community.
"Our first priority has to be to fight against the possibility of war on the peninsula and elsewhere." Christian Karl reports on the struggle of migrant workers in South Korea and their mutually supportive relationship with the anti-war movement.
On 15 December 2002, 3,000 migrant workers and their supporters met to reclaim the streets of central Hong Kong, to protest against another discriminatory government proposal: a targeted flat tax of HK$500 per month (aboutUS$65), aimed at
While May Day might have been a relatively muted post-Iraq war affair in much of northern Europe and the US, across Latin America hundreds of thousands took to the streets to highlight and take action on a wide range of issues.
Syngman Rhee fled his homeland as a 19-year-old in 1950 and found himself at the heart of the US civil rights movement in the Sixties. Here he speaks about his work for reconciliation between North and South Korea.