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En ny Darfur? Street News Service 01/07/2019

Den fredfylte folkeavstemningen som førte til den kommende uavhengigheten forutsa ikke konflikten som har startet igjen de siste ukene. Ifølge FN har mer enn 360.000 mennesker blitt fordrevet i Sudan i løpet av de siste seks månedene, og mer enn halvparten av disse har blitt fordrevet i løpet av den siste måneden. De mest voldsomme kampene har funnet sted i de tre oljerike grenseområdene som har vært omstridt helt siden fredsavtalen ble signert i 2005: Abyei, Blue Nile og Sør-Kurdufan.

Sudans urolige fortid Street News Service 01/07/2019

Sudan var under britisk-egyptisk styre mellom 1899 og 1956. Nord og sør var delt frem til 1946. I løpet av denne perioden foregikk det meste av utvikling i nord, og sør og andre perifere regioner, inkludert Darfur, var politisk og økonomisk marginalisert.

International Street Paper Awards shortlist announced Street News Service 01/07/2019

INSP is proud to present the nominees for the 2011 International Street Paper Awards. The winners will be revealed on 22nd July during an award ceremony in the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Glasgow as part of the INSP's 16th annual conference.

Another Darfur? Street News Service 01/07/2019

The peaceful referendum leading up to independence was no predictor for the conflict that has started again in the past weeks. According to the United Nations, more than 360,000 people have been displaced in Sudan over the past 6 months, and more than half were displaced in the past month alone. The heaviest fighting has been concentrated in the three oil-rich border areas that have been disputed ever since the signing of the north/south peace agreement in 2005: Abyei, Blue Nile and Southern Kordofan.

Sudan's troubled past Street News Service 30/06/2019

Sudan was under British-Egyptian rule between 1899 and 1956. The north and south were separated until 1946. During this period the majority of development was focused in the north, with the southern states and other peripheral regions, including Darfur, both politically and economically marginalised.

South Sudanese across the border -The point of no return Street News Service 30/06/2019

From across the border, they anxiously watch the drama unfold. As their home land of South Sudan prepares itself to split from the Islamic north, fighting continues across the disputed oil-rich areas. During the decades of civil war, almost 400,000 refugees dreamt of the day independence would come. But now it is finally there, many are not ready to go home.

Sprejeři se spojili s lékaři v kampani za zdraví Street News Service 29/06/2019

V mnoha částech světa je graffiti považováno za formu vandalizmu, kterého se dopouští ti, kteří rebelují proti společnosti. V senegalském Dakaru skupina sprejerů zpochybňuje tuto představu a po zdech stříká výzvy k sociálnímu rozvoji.

Politik in Uganda: Frauen als Königsmacherinnen Street News Service 27/06/2019

Am 8. März wurde einmal mehr auf der ganzen Welt der Weltfrauentag gefeiert. Doch während der Tag immer näher rückte, sahen sich die Frauen in Uganda erneut mit der alten Frage konfrontiert: Gibt es überhaupt einen Grund zu feiern?

Védd meg a lányod, vasald a melleit Street News Service 27/06/2019

„Kérlek Istenem, add, hogy a melleim eltűnjenek”. Joyce Forghab így imádkozott minden este az alatt a hónap alatt, amíg a mellvasalástól szenvedett. A sokkoló gyakorlat, melyet az anyák negyede folytat Kamerunban, azt a célt szolgálja, hogy visszafordítsa a nők külső nemi jellegeinek fejlődését.

Canacla učí Senegalce, jak je důležité mýt si ruce Street News Service 20/06/2019

Myslíte si, že mytí rukou nemůže být legrace? Omyl. Unikátní sanitární systém canacla nabízí lidem snadnou, lacinou a ekologickou variantu častého umývání rukou, která navíc omezuje šíření přenosných chorob.

Graffiti artists join doctors on health campaign Street News Service 13/06/2019

In many parts of the world, graffiti is considered a form of vandalism carried out by those rebelling against society. In Dakar, Senegal, a group of graffiti artists are challenging this notion by using their spray guns to spread messages that help promote social development.

Seeking refuge in a street paper Street News Service 06/06/2019

The reasons why people become street paper vendors are many and diverse. Some are homeless; others suffer mental or physical health problems, struggle with addiction or face unemployment. And some people do it because the magazines offer them the refuge they so desperately need.

Senegal learns the importance of hand washing with the canacla Street News Service 06/06/2019

Think hand washing can’t be fun? Think again. In Senegal, a unique water system offers people an easy, cheap and environmentally friendly way to wash their hands frequently, reducing the spread of hand-borne transmittable diseases.

Global Voices: Freedom to cross borders Street News Service 06/06/2019

World Refugee Day (on June 20th) is dedicated to raising awareness of the situation of refugees throughout the world. From time to time mainstream media report stories about people who arrive to foreign countries with nothing but the clothes they wear. This situation often creates diplomatic problems – as it did recently between France and Italy – and fuels the debate about the best way to proceed: send people back or take them in. This discussion is often followed by one about immigration in general.

Chroń swoje córki. Prasuj ich piersi Street News Service 31/05/2019

„Boże, proszę cię, spraw żeby moje piersi zniknęły”. Joyce Forghab zmawiała tę modlitwę każdej nocy w miesiącu, w którym prasowano jej piersi. Ta wstrząsająca praktyka przeprowadzana przez jedną czwartą kameruńskich matek ma odwrócić dojrzewanie płciowe dziewcząt.

Calls for legalised abortion in Malawi Street News Service 30/05/2019

Women’s rights campaigners in Malawi are pushing for a review of abortion laws. Currently, only pregnant mothers whose lives are in danger can seek abortion services. Activists say the laws need to be liberalised since they infringe the women's right to choose. But the government and some religious groups oppose the initiative.

Koldusból diák: Szenegál tálib gyermekei Street News Service 27/05/2019

A túlnyomórészt muzulmánok lakta Szenegálban a koldulást sokan úgy tartják, mint az alázatra nevelés egyik módját. De amikor csaló vallási vezetők gyerek koldusokat használnak, hogy pénzt gyűjtsenek, egy Korániskola vezetője úgy döntött, hogy ajánl számukra egy alternatívát.

Protecting the manatee, one of Africa’s most enigmatic creatures Street News Service 23/05/2019

What chirps and squeaks, weighs half a ton and is believed among many West African fishing communities to be inhabited by the spirit of a mermaid? In Senegal, local organizations are trying to protect a mysterious sea creature in danger of extinction. But to preserve an animal that migrates across twenty borders is easier said than done.

Edukacja dla wszystkich w Ugandzie Street News Service 11/05/2019

Dzięki obietnicy prezydenta Yoweriego Museveniego złożonej podczas kampanii wyborczej w 1996 roku, Uganda jako pierwsza jest już bliska osiągnięcia drugiego z Milenijnych Celów Rozwoju: zapewnienia powszechnego dostępu do edukacji na poziomie podstawowym. Cztery lata przewagi nad innymi państwami bez wątpienia pomogły – dowiedział się Joseph Opio.

Are biofuels making the world hungry? Street News Service 09/05/2019

When climate change became a major international concern and oil prices reached unthinkable records, biofuels emerged as the miraculous solution for humanity’s problems. But saving the environment came at a very high price for poor countries, since crops that used to be turned into food started being turned into fuel, creating a rise in food prices.

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