Echapper aux violences Conjugales

Anonyme, Lundi, Avril 3, 2006 - 03:15

Yasmina BEDDOU


Par Yasmina BEDDOU - Journaliste Indépendante

Depuis 2003, nos assistons à une avalanche d’infos sur les violences conjugales. Les associations féministes hautement médiatisées veulent enfin imposer que l’on brise les tabous de la violence faite aux femmes. Livres publiés, débats télévisés, campagnes d’affichage et d’infos…. Aucun moyen n’est lésiné. En France, 3 femmes meurent tous les 15 jours à la suite de violences conjugales. Une Française sur 10 est victime chaque année de violence domestique. Depuis le 5 septembre 1990, le viol entre époux est reconnu. 25 % des crimes, en Europe, concernent un homme ayant agressé sa partenaire. 95 % des Européens pensent que celui qui bat sa femme doit être condamné par un tribunal.

Intensified armed struggle making NPA stronger--CPP

Anonyme, Mercredi, Mars 29, 2006 - 13:27

The Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP-CC) today said that the New People's Army (NPA) is becoming stronger by intensifying the revolutionary armed struggle.

Discontent in Iraqi Kurdistan

Anonyme, Mardi, Mars 28, 2006 - 11:38

27 March 2006. A World to Win News Service. Every year on 16 March, there is a ceremony in the town of Halabja in the eastern part of Iraqi Kurdistan in memory of the 5,000 people killed in 1988 when Saddam Hussein sent aircraft to drop poison gas in an effort to deter Kurds from rebelling against his regime. Saddam was supported by the US then, and Washington prevented the UN Security Council from denouncing this crime, even though the US was later to use this incident as one of its pretexts for invading Iraq.

Film review: Rang de Basanti

Anonyme, Mardi, Mars 28, 2006 - 11:27

Millions of Indians raged and wept at the execution of the brave youth who chanted anti-British slogans and “Inquilab Zindabad

Latino Voices Against the Iraq War

Anonyme, Mardi, Mars 28, 2006 - 11:19

From March 12-27, throughout neighborhoods across Tijuana, San Diego, Santa Ana, Los Angeles, and San Francisco—covering over 241 miles—the Caminata por la paz (March for Peace) is protesting the war and bloodshed in Iraq and the escalating attacks on immigrants.

DC Immigrants March

Anonyme, Mardi, Mars 28, 2006 - 11:15

On March 7, 30,000 to 40,000 Latino immigrants streamed out of subway trains and dozens and dozens of buses from every corner of Washington, DC, and the surrounding area. Groups from workplaces came in uniform. Day laborers, hotel workers, construction workers, church congregations, high school and college students, and families from Maryland and Virginia were there.

Immigrants Stand Up and Say NO to Repression

Anonyme, Mardi, Mars 28, 2006 - 11:09

In the last few weeks, immigrants and their supporters have launched a nationwide wave of resistance against the repressive attacks on them. Last issue we covered both the massive march in Chicago on March 10 and militant streetcorner, grassroots resistance in L.A. In this issue we bring you news of a demonstration of 30,000 to 40,000 in DC and an anti-war march that went from Tijuana to L.A., crossing more borders than just the physical one in doing so. On this page we bring you excerpts from a statement by the Chicago branch of the RCP which puts the struggle in the larger context of revolution, communism, as well as a basic and brief analysis of what is up with the anti-immigrant bills.

What Is Behind the Immigrants’ Struggle — And Why We Must Support It!

Anonyme, Lundi, Mars 27, 2006 - 20:20

A great upsurge is taking place across the United States! Hundreds of thousands of immigrants are stepping out of the shadows, into the sun. In Chicago, up to a half million filled Daley Plaza, shutting down the city, chanting "¡se siente, se siente, el inmigrante esta presente!" ( The immigrants are here, you can feel it!) In Milwaukee—home of Congressman Sensenbrenner, author of the cruel bill that set off the protests—25,000 marched. Tens of thousands went into the streets in Washington DC. In Phoenix, over 20,000 demonstrators marched to the office of Republican Senator Jon Kyl, co-sponsor of a bill that would give illegal immigrants up to five years to leave the country. In Georgia, tens of thousands of immigrants stayed away from work in protest against a new state law there that would deny state services to adults living in the U.S. illegally and impose a 5 percent surcharge on wire transfers from illegal immigrants. As we go to press, students have walked out of schools throughout Southern California, and hundreds of thousands are filling the streets of Los Angeles.

Le syndrome d’aliénation parentale en contexte de conflit sur la garde de l’enfant

YvesBleuler, Vendredi, Mars 24, 2006 - 10:49

Richard Cloutier

ON ATTRIBUE l’origine de la notion de « syndrome d’aliénation parentale » (en anglais : Parental Alienation Syndrome) au pédopsychiatre américain Richard A. Gardner (1985 ; 1992a ; 1998). Selon cet auteur, le syndrome d’aliénation parentale (SAP) est « un désordre qui survient presque exclusivement dans le contexte de disputes sur la garde de l’enfant. Sa manifestation principale est la campagne de dénigrement injustifiée que fait l’enfant contre l’un de ses parents. Il s’agit là du résultat de l’action combinée de l’endoctrinement de l’enfant par un parent (lavage de cerveau) d’une part, et de la contribution de l’enfant lui-même au dénigrement du parent-cible, d’autre part. Lorsqu’il y a réellement de l’abus ou de la négligence parentale à l’endroit de l’enfant, cette animosité de la part de l’enfant peut être justifiée, et l’explication de l’hostilité de l’enfant par le syndrome d’aliénation parentale ne s’applique pas » (Gardner, 2002, p. 95, traduction libre).

International Criminal Court: murder is murder, or?

forpressfound, Dimanche, Mars 19, 2006 - 03:19

Henk Ruyssenaars

Photographs of the funeral showed men crying, as five children, who all looked under the age of five, were wrapped in blankets and then lined up in a row. "Are these considered terrorists? Is a seven-month-old child a terrorist?" - a man asked.

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