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Gillian Margaret Courtnell liked Sava's blog post St.Paul's 'Occupation', the role of churches in society, New Enclosures, divided nations and voices of Reason
Oct 27, 2011
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St.Paul's 'Occupation', the role of churches in society, New Enclosures, divided nations and voices of Reason

 Of Occupations , New Enclosures, Divided Nations and the voices of Reason Last Sunday I wandered off to St.Paul’s  to ’tour the Occupation’…… A hundred or so of  unruly  tents and a melee of  mainly, but not only ,  young people, beside  the beautifully restored Cathedral,  with a crowd  of tourists, press, critics  and well-wishers ebbing and flowing on the high steps…..What is the moral political criticism made of bankers and politicians by the Occupation participants? Let me have a go:That…See More
Oct 26, 2011
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The Taste of Freedom

This is the tale of F who came to Britain in November 2009 after  imprisonment  and severe torture  in his country.  University  educated, with a wife and young baby, he  worked as a college teacher, whilst involved in election campaigning .Upon arrival, Immigration arrested him at Heathrow, placing him in the legally abusive and unjust Detained Fast Track procedure, because ‘there are no  Human Rights abuses in your country.’ (Country experts know this small French speaking nation is…See More
Oct 20, 2011
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The Taste of Freedom

This is the tale of F who came to Britain in November 2009 after  imprisonment  and severe torture  in his country.  University  educated, with a wife and young baby, he  worked as a college teacher, whilst involved in election campaigning .Upon arrival, Immigration arrested him at Heathrow, placing him in the legally abusive and unjust Detained Fast Track procedure, because ‘there are no  Human Rights abuses in your country.’ (Country experts know this small French speaking nation is…See More
Oct 20, 2011
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Ecocide: a new Global Green crime under international law?

Ecocide: ? a new Global Green politics…http://www.thehamiltongroup.org.uk/common/ecocide.asp Friday September 30, at 9am-The Supreme Court of the UKParliament Square, London, SW1"Once upon a time people did grievous harm to the environment without fully understanding the consequences of their actions. ….The sure scientific knowledge of damage to the earth and the atmostphere which  we now have,  entails equally surely our new…See More
Sep 28, 2011
Crystal Hall liked Sava's blog post The Duchess, the City Farm and the Palestinian
Sep 16, 2011
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The Duchess, the City Farm and the Palestinian

   The Duchess, the City Farm and the Palestinian …HRH Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall visited Walworth Garden Farm in Southwark on 06/09/2011.  This Horticultural project provides employment training and starter jobs for under-qualified jobseekers. HRH met its’ staff,…See More
Sep 15, 2011
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A view of Britain's Immigration Detention treadmill- the Spring 2011 statistics

UKBA immigration detention statistics; Q2-spring 2011...easy bedtime reading.......The presentation of UK immigration statistics has recently been tweaked;  John O, of the  Free Movement information service   kindly  provided an earlier clarification which you might find helpful: "Please note UKBA have changed the way they present Asylum /Immigration statistics, the usual quarterly format has gone, to be replaced by more detailed tables for all countries. The new system will allow you to access…See More
Aug 29, 2011
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Institutional amnesia-How NGO's view some effects of UKBA practices

===========================================================================Institutional amnesia:The cost of bureaucracy without continuity; a birds' eye view of UKBA staff practices.... The UKBA (UK Border Agency) transfers its' staff once every six months, dispersing them to other UKBA regional offices. Both tax payers and migrants pay a high price for such mobility.  Each time they move staff needs to be inducted and trained for the change in task........ Each time staff change  happens,…See More
Aug 27, 2011
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Jun 1, 2011
Crystal Hall liked Sava's blog post Tawney Dialogue: ' Big Society' or ' Good Society'?
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Simon Cohen liked Sava's blog post Tawney Dialogue: ' Big Society' or ' Good Society'?
Apr 6, 2011
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Apr 6, 2011
Bob Fyffe liked Sava's blog post Shahbaz BHATTI, the death of a Pakistani friend of God and an interreligious example of true witness
Mar 18, 2011
Peter Colwell liked Sava's blog post Shahbaz BHATTI, the death of a Pakistani friend of God and an interreligious example of true witness
Mar 18, 2011
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Shahbaz BHATTI, the death of a Pakistani friend of God and an interreligious example of true witness

Pakistani Minister for Minorities Shahbaz Bhatti was murdered last week for wanting to humanize Pakistan's forthcoming  drastic blasphemy law.His was a life lived in witness to ecumenical and interfaith tolerance , and against discrimination. At the Pakistani High Commission  in London yesterday friends and colleagues remembered him as a faithful servant of God , a seeker of justice for Pakistan's many minorities, be they ethnic, religious or gender. Himself a Christian, Bhatti defended the…See More
Mar 17, 2011

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St.Paul's 'Occupation', the role of churches in society, New Enclosures, divided nations and voices of Reason

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Of Occupations , New Enclosures, Divided Nations and the voices of Reason

 

Last Sunday I wandered off to St.Paul’s  to ’tour the Occupation’…… A hundred or so of  unruly  tents and a melee of  mainly, but not only ,  young people, beside  the beautifully restored Cathedral,  with a crowd  of tourists, press, critics  and well-wishers ebbing and flowing on the high steps…..

What is the moral political criticism made of…

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The Taste of Freedom

Posted on October 20, 2011 at 16:13 0 Comments

This is the tale of F who came to Britain in November 2009 after  imprisonment  and severe torture  in his country.  University  educated, with a wife and young baby, he  worked as a college teacher, whilst involved in election campaigning .

Upon arrival, Immigration arrested him at Heathrow, placing him in the legally abusive and unjust Detained Fast Track procedure, because ‘there are no  Human Rights abuses in your country.’ (Country experts know this small French speaking…

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Ecocide: a new Global Green crime under international law?

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Ecocide: ? a new Global Green politics…

http://www.thehamiltongroup.org.uk/common/ecocide.asp

 

Friday September 30, at 9am-

The Supreme Court of the UK

Parliament Square, London, SW1

"Once upon a time people did grievous harm to the environment without fully understanding the…

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The Duchess, the City Farm and the Palestinian

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The Duchess, the City Farm and the Palestinian …

HRH Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall visited Walworth Garden Farm in Southwark on…

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Resources - podcasts on "Understanding Islam"

Dr Damian Howard, SJ, gives a very brief introduction to Islam in in four podcasts, addressing common questions and misunderstandings - ideal material for schools, parishes and individuals who want a sound basis for following the appeal of our bishops to foster and deepen our relationship with people from other religions: http://www.catholicnews.org.uk/exploring-islam-podcasts.See More
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Listening to the periphery at the heart of WestminsterThere was something intensely symbolic and powerful about yesterday’s launch of the Good Society Conversation by Churches Together in Britain and Ireland and Church Action on Poverty:  Eighty people packed into the Cardinal Hume Centre’s children’s centre, a stone’s throw from Westminster’s power places – Parliament, Whitehall, Abbey and Cathedral - yet somehow a million miles away from the formalities of what now passes for conventional…See More
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News/events (countrywide) - Buddhists celebrating Buddha day around this time - message from Cardinal Tauran

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