Live Encounters Magazine February 2015

People of the Good Faith: A brief history of the Parsis by Aryaa Naik, Parsi cuisine by Peri Avari and introspection from Adi Patell on the dwindling tribe of  Parsis (Zoroastrians).

Live Encounters February 2015

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Adi Patell – Fall from grace
Aryaa Naik – People of the Good Faith – Brief history of the Parsis
Ciara O’Connell – Reproductive Rights Victory and Challenges…
Dr Candess M Campbell – The Lover Archetype
Dr Cynthia Banham – Torture Admission by US at UN Treaty Body Review
Nimmi Kurian – India-China Borderlands – Conversations beyond the Centre
Dr Emma Larking – Hilary Charlesworth and colleagues speak out in support of Gillian Triggs, President of the Australian Human Rights Commission
Dr Ola Tunander – China’s thinking on peace and security
Kristina Johansen – How can Latin America help Colombia to achieve peace? A summary of discussions in two NOREF seminars held in Argentina and Chile
Mark Ulyseas – Street Food in Cambodia
Natalie Wood – How Billings Fought Only Half Its Hate
Nathan Willis – Time to reign in corporate colonisation
Perinaz Avari – Jamva Chalo Ji
Randhir Khare – Departures II
Stripping at Angkor – but what about human trafficking and paedophiles?
Terry McDonagh – A Dog’s Life
Tom Kilcourse – Thought and Consequence

Live Encounters Magazine February 2015

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