Montreal launch of first two books of Selected Works of Jose Maria Sison

Featuring author live from The Netherlands When: Saturday, November 7, 2009; 2 pm – 4 pm Where: Maison Norman Bethune Bookstore, 1918 Frontenac Street in Montreal, right next to the Frontenac Metro Free admission Montreal, October 12, 2009 – The Norman Bethune Bookstore, with the Centre for Philippine Concerns and BAYAN Canada, invites you to… Read More Montreal launch of first two books of Selected Works of Jose Maria Sison

Montréal: Lancement des deux premiers tomes des oeuvres choisies de Jose Maria Sison

Avec la participation de l’auteur, directement des Pays-Bas (Montréal, le 12 octobre 2009) La Maison Norman Bethune vous invite à un événement très spécial où l’on procédera au lancement québécois des deux premiers tomes des oeuvres choisies du professeur Jose Maria Sison. L’événement aura lieu le samedi 7 novembre prochain à compter de 14h à… Read More Montréal: Lancement des deux premiers tomes des oeuvres choisies de Jose Maria Sison

Author Arundhati Roy on the Human Costs of India’s Economic Growth, the View of Obama from New Delhi, and Escalating US Attacks in Af-Pak

Democracy Now interview from the Indian capital of New Delhi with the Booker Prize-winning novelist, political essayist and global justice activist Arundhati Roy. Her books include the Booker Prize-winning novel The God of Small Things and her latest essay collection, Field Notes on Democracy: Listening to Grasshoppers. Amy Goodman speaks to Roy about India’s conflict… Read More Author Arundhati Roy on the Human Costs of India’s Economic Growth, the View of Obama from New Delhi, and Escalating US Attacks in Af-Pak

Two books by Jose Maria Sison launched in Toronto: “tools to move the revolutionary movement forward”

Friends, comrades, compatriots and kababayans gathered Friday, September 11, 2009, for the book launch of the first two of four volumes of the revolutionary writer, poet, and activist Professor Jose Maria Sison’s collected works. The group was also gathered at Central Neighbourhood House in Toronto for Coni Ledesma, who was there to introduce his works,… Read More Two books by Jose Maria Sison launched in Toronto: “tools to move the revolutionary movement forward”

Winnipeg Forum on NDFP vision for a just and lasting peace

Filipino Peoples’ Demand for Peace Organized by Damayan Manitoba Saturday, September 19, 2009 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm Broadway Disciples United Church 396 Broadway Avenue Winnipeg, MB Damayan Manitoba cordially invites you to “NDFP Vision for a Just and Lasting Peace”, a free public forum on Saturday, September 19, 2009. The featured speaker is Coni… Read More Winnipeg Forum on NDFP vision for a just and lasting peace

Last chance for peace? Strengthening the fragile peace process in the Philippines

Public meeting in Vancouver with: Ms. CONI K. LEDESMA Member, National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) Negotiating Panel for the Peace Talks with the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP), International Spokesperson, MAKIBAKA, nationalist women’s group and former political prisoner. WHEN: September 23, 2009 (Wednesday) 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm WHERE: Room… Read More Last chance for peace? Strengthening the fragile peace process in the Philippines

Remake the Economy, Debunk the Myth of Profit Recovery: RESIST!

A Statement of RESIST!** on the G20 Summit 14 September 2009 As the G20 summiteers gather in Pittsburgh, USA, on September 24-25, 2009, the people world-wide are being told two stories – the monopoly-controlled media tell them that ‘economic recovery has started’, but their daily lives tell them that the their lives are more insecure… Read More Remake the Economy, Debunk the Myth of Profit Recovery: RESIST!

NEPAL: Comrade Prachanda’s addresses crowd in London

Excerpt in English from a speech by Comrade Prachanda, former Nepalese Prime Minister and leading member of the UCPM-Maoist. He spoke in London on Monday, August 10, 2009 at an event organized by Nepali Samaj UK. Prachanda talks about creatively applying Marxist-Leninist and Maoist strategy to the revolution underway in Nepal. Please find below the… Read More NEPAL: Comrade Prachanda’s addresses crowd in London

Statement in Support of the Hunger Strike for Political Prisoners in Iran by the Canada-Philippines Solidarity for Human Rights (Vancouver, BC)

Vancouver, BC, Canada – July 23, 2009 The Canada-Philippines Solidarity Group for Human Rights (CPSGHR) stands in solidarity with our Iranian friends, many of who are former political prisoners in the Islamic Republic of Iran, who are on hunger strike today. The hunger strike, a weapon used by political prisoners around the world, is aimed… Read More Statement in Support of the Hunger Strike for Political Prisoners in Iran by the Canada-Philippines Solidarity for Human Rights (Vancouver, BC)