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Choice Okoro attends a symposium in Ottawa on the responsibilities of artists and writers as champions of human rights
The media in the Balkans, divided on ethnic lines, did 'more damage than weapons' and had played a pivotal role in 'initiating the processes that led to unbelievable bloodshed,' said Senad Kamenica, Head of News and Current Affairs Programmes for Bosnia and Herzegovina Television. Two hundred and fifty thousand people had been killed in the war, including 30,000 children, and Bosnia was still burdened by 'the by-products of the factory of evil'.
Dr Franklin Sonn is South Africa's Ambassador to the United States. This article is based on a talk he gave to a reunion of the Caux Scholars Programme in Washington, DC.
It was billed as a conference. It was more an experience.
Last year Australians were shaken by the report of a national investigation into the policy of removing Aboriginal children from their families.
Michael Smith encounters the Western face of Islam--and meets British Muslims who are fighting back against Islamophobia.
President Clinton has put race relations high on his political agenda. The following article by Carolyn Barta, reprinted with permission of 'The Dallas Morning News' (16 February), looks at an initiative which already has an impressive track record.
New Zealand's Race Relations Conciliator, Rajen Prasad, has thrived amid cultural diversity from an early age. Joanna Grigg discovers that he is
Australians have grown up believing that Aborigines were altruistically taken out of wretched conditions, to be offered the immense benefits of white society. Now a National Inquiry was describing the practice in terms of a horrifying crime.
As Australia faces a possible poll over race issues, Mike Brown reports on grassroots action to bring together indigenous Australians and the wider community.