Human Rights

Human Rights Report on Violations of Human Rights in Kashmir

The longer conflicts are left unaddressed violence escalates.  What is wanted is to de-escalate violence on all sides by addressing grievances.  This is the first step in conflict resolution.  Our world has not understood the importance of resolving conflicts rather than taking sides.  It is in the world’s interests for disputes… Continue reading

UN States Govenments With Something to Hide Silence Brave People

2018 is the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted by the UN on 10 December 1948. The Universal Declaration – translated into a world record 500 languages – is rooted in the principle that “all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.” It… Continue reading

New UN Human Rights Chief Subjected to Torture

Human rights has been the subject for me today.  I see it violated in a range of ways – homelessness, refugees, occupation of countries, denial of rights, refusal to resolve conflict and the flagrant use of power to silence dissent.  I know this subject well and it has been the inspiration for my… Continue reading

IT is the Matrix – A 21st Century Program?

I felt inspiration to write this poem about the I.T. Matrix as I can feel the control exercised in narratives assuring it is the next step in our evolution.  Is that true?  I was inspired by the thoughts –
You are me in another frequency.  This gave me the feeling of allowance… Continue reading

Calls for more Affordable Housing and Equality

The issue of rental affordability is really evident today.  I recall back in the 1990’s I rented a property for $140 a week, it was a 3 bedroom house in Brisbane.  Today you would be looking at around $250-$350 or more.  I find it very disturbing the way Real Estates have people… Continue reading

Israel Human Rights Violations of the Bedouin

Human rights is the right to be human.  When we deny people democratic processes, a voice and support in speaking their truth we move towards dictatorship and we use our narratives to justify oppression.  As I said in my previous blog there is ‘no enemy’ unless hate becomes your god.  My allegiance… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.”