IT.A.CÁ. migranti e viaggiatori: Festival del Turismo Responsabile

Il Festival del turismo responsabile si svolgerà a Bologna dal 25 Maggio al 02 Giugno…

 

Source: FestivalItaca

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IT.A.CA’, migranti e viaggiatori: Festival del Turismo Responsabile nasce dall’esigenza di promuovere una nuova etica del turismo, che sensibilizzi la forma mentis delle istituzioni come dei viaggiatori, dell’industria turistica come degli operatori impegnati sul campo. Il festival nasce dall’idea che l’esotismo è dietro l’angolo, che per sentirsi turisti responsabili non serve partecipare a lunghi viaggi organizzati: anche il viaggiatore fai-da-te, che non ama gli itinerari prefissati, che si sente limitato dal gruppo e dai tempi stabiliti, può interiorizzare i valori del rispetto e del confronto. D’altra parte il turismo è quotidiano: in quanto esperienza e tensione verso l’altrove, il turismo non si riduce a un periodo preciso di mobilità, né il viaggio finisce nel momento in cui raggiungiamo la meta. In realtà comincia molto prima e non finisce mai, dato che il nastro dei ricordi continua a scorrerci dentro anche dopo che ci siamo fermati. E’ come vivere in un’immobilità sospesa fra due viaggi, mescolando diversi mondi.

Logo-ITACA-new-OK-822x1024IT.A.CA’, nasce dall’esigenza di sensibilizzare la cittadinanza sulle tematiche dello sviluppo sostenibile e promuovere il tema della solidarietà, responsabilità e giustizia attraverso il turismo. I diversi eventi che animano la manifestazione, giunta alla sua quarta edizione, sono pensati come momenti d’incontro e confronto per riflettere in chiave critica sul concetto di viaggio, sulle migrazioni come fenomeno globale, sulle disuguaglianze nord-sud. Il rispetto nei confronti di ogni luogo visitato possono rafforzare la motivazione a fare della propria comunità un luogo migliore e concorrere a ricostruire un benessere sociale che si autoalimenta a partire da noi stessi, dalle nostre azioni quotidiane, per arrivare all’altro e con l’altro innescare un circolo virtuoso volto alla valorizzazione dei beni comuni e alla condivisione di una felicità collettiva. Offrire l’opportunità di sperimentare un modo di viaggiare diverso può contribuire a definire un sistema virtuoso sulla qualità della vita dei cittadini anche sul proprio territorio. A Bologna e provincia operano infatti molte realtà che, partendo da iniziative di sviluppo all’interno del proprio sistema economico e sociale, propongono forme di turismo sostenibile in un’ottica di: valorizzazione delle risorse del territorio, conservazione del patrimonio naturale e salvaguardia delle tradizioni delle popolazioni locali. Il Festival vuole essere la spinta propulsiva che concretizza, valorizza e rafforza gli ideali di giustizia sociale e cooperazione, mettendo in rete le diverse realtà che si occupano di viaggi responsabili, per coinvolgere le persone in un’esperienza multisensoriale. Attraverso visite guidate volte a valorizzare il patrimonio culturale e storico del territorio, dibattiti e incontri con esperti del settore, presentazione di libri, bar camp, seminari, pranzi a Km 0 e cene esperienziali, concorsi di scrittura, illustrazione e fotografia, mostre, concerti, proiezioni video, teatro, IT.A.CA’ mira a creare eventi e momenti d’incontro e condivisione volti a coinvolgere i cittadini, riflettendo sull’idea del viaggio non solo come semplice vacanza, trasgressione, svago, ma come un’esperienza dove si possa trovare la sfida, il rischio, il desiderio di conoscenza e scoperta del mondo vicino e lontano da casa. Perché il viaggio responsabile parte da casa e arriva a casa (ît a cà = sei a casa? in dialetto bolognese), una qualsiasi casa, una qualsiasi Itaca da raggiungere, dove più che la meta conta il percorso e il modo in cui ci si mette in cammino.

FSM 2013 TUNIS, prime Impressioni dal Forum

La partecipazione di Itinerari Paralleli al WSF 2013 e le sensazioni raccolte durante le giornate di dibattito

di Sergio Galasso

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[/one_half][dropcap font=”arial”]I[/dropcap]l tradizionale appuntamento della società civile internazionale, legata ed impegnata nella diffusione dei diritti sociali, culturali ed umani, trova oggi a Tunisi una tappa fondamentale nel percorso di costruzione di una cittadinanza mondiale. Il WSF di Tunisi non ha esclusivamente un valore in sé, legato alla tradizione del confronto su temi di portata globale, ma rivela la volontà dichiarata e forte di sostenere il difficile percorso di transizione del paese che ha dato vita al risveglio arabo e che ancora oggi cerca la chiave per una stabilità sociale, politica ed economica. Il primo Forum del mondo arabo, in un momento di riconsiderazione dei paradigmi, dove le fratture sociologiche hanno costretto esperti, accademici e policy-makers, a ritrattare continuamente le loro certezze tra articoli, saggi e conferenze. Un mondo arabo diviso tra un percorso di riforma costituzionale davvero discutibile come nel caso del Marocco, i percorsi di transizione in bilico tra laicismo, modernità ed Islam. Dove si testimonia il terrorismo politico con l’assassinio di Chukri Belaid in Tunisia, o la costante repressione del fronte progressista in Egitto, ma anche l’immobilismo dell’Algeria e l’”anarchia familistica” della Libia post Gheddafi. In questo quadro d’instabilità lo sguardo si allarga al conflitto in Mali, dove ancora una volta la religione gioca il ruolo morale per un confronto armato nell’accesso al potere, o alle primavere dimenticate in Yemen e Bahrein, dove il disinteresse mediatico ha costruito e dichiarato la sconfitta del cittadino Yemenita rispetto a quello Tunisino o Egiziano nel suo diritto ad avere accesso ai media occidentali. Infine i due nodi centrali: la Siria, dove ogni paradigma è valido perché nessun paradigma può essere escluso. In cui possiamo leggere la sfida decisiva tra Alawiti e Sunniti per il dominio sulla regione, l’onda lunga di un confronto che sa di guerra fredda, un nuovo campo di battaglia jihadista per lo “scontro di civiltà”, o ancora l’interesse transnazionale nell’indebolire la presenza sempre più ingombrante dell’Iran di Ahmadinejad nella regione. Poi ovviamente il conflitto Israelo-Palestinese. Il voto per il riconoscimento dello stato palestinese al Palazzo di Vetro sembra lontano e l’imprevedibile slancio di Barack Obama nel dichiarare il diritto di Israele nel costruire uno stato ebraico sembra senza ogni considerevole dubbio dimostrare che non esiste nessun altra soluzione se non quella dei due stati. In Palestina la primavere è iniziata 60 anni fa e oggi non può che contare sull’appoggio dell’opinione pubblica mondiale. Ovviamente non possiamo dimenticare i complottismi: al-Jazeera, i Qatarini, l’ombra sempre ingombrante degli americani, ma anche la nuova prospettiva di una rinvigorita al-Qaeda, che oggi trova in Tunisia ed Algeria un nuovo corridoio di giovani disposti al sacrificio contro il fronte di Assad. Insomma il mondo arabo è oggi il paradiso per gli appassionati di relazioni internazionali, gli studiosi di geopolitica e i tanti blogger, reporter, dottorandi, militanti, attivisti e indecisi che il globo può sfornare (io non so bene in che categoria mettermi, quindi ricado tra gli indecisi) e che hanno trovato negli avvenimenti nati dopo il Dicembre 2011 un nuovo fronte di speculazione sulla rivoluzione e la lotta per la libertà. Su tutto, trovandomi io stesso spaesato in questo fiume di opportunità, cerco una lettura utile per questo Forum. Cerco tra le mille attività proposte quelle che possano incontrare le mie passioni, il mio lavoro, la mia curiosità o semplicemente nuovi contatti da utilizzare per futuri progetti. Il valore indiscutibile a cui devo dar credito è il bisogno di non abbandonare la necessità di comunicare, di servire gli interessi del confronto, cosciente che il dibattito sull’acqua, la cittadina Mediterranea o la lotta per un turismo sostenibile possono convivere coerentemente con la lotta degli indigeni brasiliani, le madri dei giovani “dispersi” nel tentativo di raggiungere le coste italiane e la difesa delle Oasi del’Africa Sahariana. Mi sarebbe piaciuto vedere i tunisini maggiormente coinvolti dall’evento, mi sarebbe piaciuto incontrare più tunisini durante la marcia di apertura, piuttosto che vederli incuriositi ai lati della strada. Il Forum forse produce proporzionalmente meno dello sforzo necessario per organizzarlo, ma rappresenta un tentativo unico d’incontro che non può essere sottovalutato. Al di là dei risultati un punto per me è chiaro, oggi la Tunisia dimostra che il mondo arabo si è avvicinato ad un dibattito globale e che l’esperienza globale del Social Forum ha bisogno di poter contare sui paesi protagonisti del risveglio arabo per arricchire l’esperienza nella costruzione dei diritti, dell’inclusione sociale e del dialogo.

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La Siria brucia: i cittadini si informano e ne discutono

Il 4 Marzo alle ore 16 presso l’Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici (Palazzo Serra di Cassano, Via Monte di Dio 14, Napoli)

Eventosiria

Si terrà una  tavola rotonda per discutere le attuali vicende della crisi siriana e gli scenari futuri per il paese e la regione. Parteciperanno al dibattito:

Lucia GORACCI – RAI3

Zouhir LOUASSINI – RAI News24

Barah MIKAIL – ACM/FRIDE- Madrid

Fouad ROUEHIA – giornalista radiofonico

coordina il dibattito Prof.ssa Maria DONZELLI

*Per ricevere maggiori info contattare l’Ass.zione Peripli

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Sexual assault in Tahrir: What it means, and how to stop it

Source: http://www.egyptindependent.com

 

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Trigger warning: This post contains accounts of sexual violence.

A woman was sexually assaulted with a bladed weapon on Friday night, leaving cuts on her genitals, in central Cairo, in the midst of what was purportedly a revolutionary demonstration.

Read that line over again a few times, and think on it.

If you have any more room in your mind for horror after the past 24 hours: After the deliverance of death sentences to 21 civilian fans of the Port Said football club (themselves accused of brutal crimes), after stadiums full of other fans cheered those same death sentences in Cairo, after the death toll in the resultant clashes surpassed 30, then keep thinking on it.

She was one among at least 19 women sexually assaulted in and around Tahrir Square on Friday night, according to accounts collated by Operation Anti-Sexual Harassment, an activist group. Several women were stripped, and raped, publicly, as men pushed their fingers inside them. There were other attacks involving bladed weapons. Six women required medical attention. No doubt there were more assaults, uncounted.

One brave survivor of such an attack last November published her story on the website of the Nazra feminist group.

“All that I knew was that there were hundreds of hands stripping me of my clothes and brutally violating my body. There is no way out, for everyone is saying that they are protecting and saving me, but all I felt from the circles close to me, sticking to my body, was the finger-rape of my body, from the front and back; someone was even trying to kiss me… I was completely naked, pushed by the mass surrounding me to an alley close to Hardee’s restaurant … I am in the middle of this tightly knit circle. Every time I tried to scream, to defend myself, to call on a savior, they increased their violence,” she wrote.

At 6 pm last Friday (25 January) I was walking in the square, in the area where the large stage normally is, just as dark was falling, when I saw another such incident.

Perhaps 30 meters away, an eddy in the crowd had formed, with a woman of perhaps 40, apparently Egyptian, at its center. Concentric rings of men swirled around her as she screamed. I tried to get close to her, pushing my way through.

The crowd around her eventually moved her to the green railings, as she continued to scream. I was just a few meters away when she disappeared from view, pushed to the floor. When I regained sight of her, she had been stripped naked, and the terror was visible on her face.

As I pushed forward it was all but impossible to work out who was part of the assault, and who was trying to help. Many claimed to be trying to help, only to become part of the attack.

I identified one young man who was certainly an attacker, grabbed him, and pulled him back. He turned to me; I expected a punch, or at least a snarl. Instead he just grinned.

At one point, her naked body was folded face forward over the green railings which divide the pavements of the square from the road.

I lost sight of her again, believed she had been pulled over the railings, and went to make my way round to the other side. I don’t know if I was mistaken, or how or why she ended up going back, but when I saw her again she was on the tarmac, finally being defended by two or three large guys using belts as whips. An ambulance eventually made its way to her, through the crowd, and she was bundled in.

As I walked away, a few people asked me what had happened: I told them, “sexual assault, very ugly, very serious.” Each time, someone chipped in to deny what had happened just a few meters away.

If evidence were needed, five minutes later it began again a few dozen meters away, the whorl, the scream, the fingers pushing. This time, a few of us managed to get one woman away, a girl in her teens, but she had been separated from her mum, and was sobbing uncontrollably.

We hid by a kiosk to try and calm her but the kiosk owners asked us to leave because we were blocking the refrigerator. Eventually, she ended up hidden behind the metal shutter of a restaurant, still without her mum.

It is neither my place nor my wish to draw conclusions about “the revolution” from all this: I do not believe that is possible or wise. But I can say that as the familiar chants resonated in the square, the demands for justice, a new government and new constitution, I felt a little sick. Tahrir Square and its environs are not just a revolutionary space, they are also the terrain of brutal sexual assault.

It is both a place in which people both demand dignity for themselves and, in some cases, violently strip it from others.

This fact, made more plain last night than it has ever been before, must be confronted head on. As I discovered, it is not possible to do that alone, and the image of the woman I could not reach sits uneasily on my conscience.

It is not possible to do much alone but it is possible to do something collectively.

Operation Anti-Sexual Harassment is one of several initiatives which have formed on that basis, and is supported by several established organizations, including the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights. On Friday night around 100 activists were involved in a variety of roles including medical, legal and emotional support, as well as publicity.

Thirty of them, men and women, gathered themselves into groups, and set out into the square to physically rescue those who were being assaulted. They assisted fifteen, around eight of whom were eventually brought to safety in one of the group’s safe houses.

Several of them, men and women, were sexually assaulted themselves. They knew this could happen, and they understood what it meant. They did it anyway.

Two of the women who the group helped have asked to join, one of whom who did so while yet to reach a safe location.

The group believes that it needs to have six to eight groups of 15 people to cover the square effectively, and prevent individual activists being picked off and assaulted. There are places for people in roles which do not run the risk of violence.

The group neither seeks to dissuade anyone, male or female, who takes an informed choice to fight physically from doing so, nor does it value less those who choose to contribute in other ways.

At times, the cat and mouse clashes between masked groups of young menand the police can feel somewhat staged, directionless and formulaic. As much as they are an expression of real and legitimate anger, they are often also expressions of teenage machismo, even silliness.

The interventions of Operation Anti-Sexual Harassment have none of these qualities. They are visceral, principled, and uncompromised. They require real bravery. They stand in sharp contrast to the practical acquiescence of the major political forces, who like to claim credit for Tahrir’s energy, celebrate its martyrs, and ignore its dark side.

Tahrir needs to be a space worth defending. It is not revolutionary by any right, but only insofar as as those who use it make it so. It is not inevitable that Egypt’s revolutionary street politics be undercut by a current of rape. But that is what is happening now. It can, however, be changed. Perhaps next year the story will be different.

Operation Anti-Sexual Harassmentis collecting testimonies of those who have survived or witnessed sexual assault, and welcomes volunteers. Email them onopantish@gmail.com.

Tom Dale is Egypt Independent’s news editor.

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EUROMEDINCULTURE(s). Toulon (France), du 21 au 23 mars 2013

Quels nouveaux modèles économiques pour les artset la culture?

Source: Euromedinculture

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Pour le réseau euro-méditerranéen de coopération culturelle EUROMEDINCULTURE(s) un forum n’est pas qu’un lieu de débat, c’est aussi un espace de proposition et d’action collective. L’enjeu de cette troisième édition des ARTS Forums : la mise en place pour les arts et la culture d’un modèle économique désirable.

Vous vous sentez concerné ? Alors inscrivez vous.

Commençons par nous débarrasser d’une idée reçue : laculture n’aurait qu’une valeur symbolique et sa plus-value serait essentiellement civilisationnelle, éducative ou sociale. Pourtant, la création artistique, les industries culturelles, les secteurs de l’innovation et de la connaissance représentent en Europe un chiffre d’affaires près de trois fois plus important que celui de l’industrie automobile.

A l’échelle de la planète, ce qu’il est convenu d’appeler les industries créatives, couvrent 3,4% de l’ensemble des échanges mondiaux [1]. Et, la marge de progression est énorme, puisque beaucoup de pays (notamment de l’autre rive de la Méditerranée) ne sont pas encore en mesure d’optimiser économiquement leurs capacités créatives.

Il ne s’agit pas pour autant d’ignorer la fragilité d’un secteur, par ailleurs, très hétérogène. Entre le cinéma, la télévision, le multimédia, le livre, l’art contemporain, la musique et le spectacle vivant… les modes de production, de diffusion et de socialisation des œuvres sont fondamentalement différents.Cette diversité rend impossible une approche unifiée et globale du secteur. Mais par contre, elle permet de démultiplier les approches afin de dégager non pas un modèle hégémonique et unique, mais le meilleur compromis pour le développement de tous.

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Les systèmes reposant uniquement sur l’argent public ont montré leur limite, mais, dans le même temps, la marchandisation grandissante de l’offre artistique a conduit à un appauvrissement de la création. Plus que jamais, il convient de mettre en perspective les différentes stratégies de production, de financement et de développement des arts. En France, en Europe et sur l’autre rive de la Méditerranée, comment les acteurs de la vie artistique et culturels génèrent-ils leur économie ? Comment répondre à la crise ?

L’ARTS Forum de Toulon (après celui de Tunis en 2011 et d’Amman en 2012) entend offrir les conditions optimales pour comparer les expériences et les pratiques. Pour ce faire, le réseau EUROMEDINCULTURE(s) réunira des artistes et opérateurs culturels de plus de 10 pays de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée. Outre les séances plénières en présence de « grands témoins », ces journées comporteront aussi de nombreux espaces d’échanges ouverts (Open Forum Technology). Ce dispositif participatif facilite la prise de parole et l’expression de la créativité. L’enjeu ? Etre force de proposition et lancer des projets de coopération. Et le soir, un ou plusieurs spectacles offerts au public permettront d’ajouter une dimension sensible et festive aux débats.

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Les ARTS Forums sont organisés par ADCEI et huit autres membres du Réseau EUROMEDINCULTURE(s), dans le cadre du projet “EUROMEDINCULTURE(s) : partages et créations“, cofinancé par l’Union européenne, Programme Culture.

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Appel à des vidéos de présentation d’oeuvres

Après Tunis en décembre 2011, Amman en novembre 2012, le prochain ARTS Forum aura lieu àToulon (France), du 21 au 23 mars 2013 au Théâtre Liberté, à l’Union patronale du Var et à l’Hôtel des Arts.

Comme lors des 2 précédentes éditions, les organisateurs souhaitent PROMOUVOIR, sous forme de COURTES VIDEOS DE PRESENTATION (3-5 minutes), les compagnies et artistes de chaque pays concerné.

Outre proposer au large public présent un état du foisonnement de cette création contemporaine, l’objectif est également d’intéresser de possibles diffuseurs.

Nous appelons donc tout créateur, artiste, qu’il soit danseur, compagnie de théâtre, vidéaste, groupede musique ou plasticien…, à nous proposer sa vidéo de présentation, à compter de cette date et avant le 28 février 2013.

Si l’oeuvre es sélectionnée, une participation aux frais techniques pour un montant de 60 € sera demandée. Ces frais comprennent la normalisation, l’intégration, le cataloguage, la mise en ligne… de la vidéo, ainsi que la location de l’équipement audiovisuel de diffusion.

Syria: The death of a country

Source: The Economist

As Syria disintegrates, it threatens the entire Middle East. The outside world needs to act before it is too late

 

AFTER the first world war Syria was hacked from the carcass of the Ottoman empire. After the second, it won its independence. After the fighting that is raging today it could cease to function as a state.

As the world looks on (or away), the country jammed between Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq and Israel is disintegrating. Perhaps the regime of Bashar Assad, Syria’s president, will collapse in chaos; for some time it could well fight on from a fortified enclave, the biggest militia in a land of militias. Either way, Syria looks increasingly likely to fall prey to feuding warlords, Islamists and gangs—a new Somalia rotting in the heart of the Levant.

If that happens, millions of lives will be ruined. A fragmented Syria would also feed global jihad and stoke the Middle East’s violent rivalries. Mr Assad’s chemical weapons, still secure for now, would always be at risk of falling into dangerous hands. This catastrophe would make itself felt across the Middle East and beyond. And yet the outside world, including America, is doing almost nothing to help.

The road from Damascus

Part of the reason for the West’s hesitancy is that, from the start of the uprising in 2011, Mr Assad has embraced a strategy of violence. By attacking the Arab spring with tanks and gunships, he turned peaceful demonstrators into armed militias. By shelling cities he uprooted his people. By getting his Alawite brethren to massacre the Sunni majority, he has drawn in jihadists and convinced Syrians from other sects to stick with him for fear that his own fall will lead to terrible vengeance.

Syrian blood now flows freely and sectarian hatred is smouldering (see article). The fight could last years. Rebel groups have lately been capturing military bases. They control chunks of the north and east and are fighting in the big cities. But the rebels are rivals as well as allies: they are beginning to target each other, as well as the government’s troops.

Even if Mr Assad cannot control his country, he has every reason to fight on. He still enjoys the cultlike devotion of some of his Alawite sect and the grudging support of other Syrians who fear what might come next. He commands 50,000 or so loyal, well-armed troops—and tens of thousands more, albeit less trained and less loyal. He is backed by Russia, Iran and Iraq, which between them supply money, weapons, advice and manpower. Hizbullah, Lebanon’s toughest militia, is sending in its fighters, too. Mr Assad almost certainly cannot win this war; but, barring an unexpected stroke of fate, he is still a long way from losing it.

So far the fighting has claimed 70,000 or more lives; tens of thousands are missing. The regime has locked up 150,000-200,000 people. More than 2m are homeless inside Syria, struggling to find food and shelter. Almost 1m more are living in squalor over the border.

Suffering on such a scale is unconscionable. That was the lesson from the genocides and civil wars that scarred the last half of the past century. Yet President Barack Obama has suggested that saving lives alone is not a sufficient ground for military action. Having learnt in Afghanistan and Iraq how hard it is to impose peace, America is fearful of being sucked into the chaos that Mr Assad has created. Mr Obama was elected to win economic battles at home. He believes that a weary America should stay clear of yet another foreign disaster.

That conclusion, however understandable, is mistaken. As the world’s superpower, America is likely to be sucked into Syria eventually. Even if the president can resist humanitarian arguments, he will find it hard to ignore his country’s interests.

If the fight drags on, Syria will degenerate into a patchwork of warring fiefs. Almost everything America wants to achieve in the Middle East will become harder. Containing terrorism, ensuring the supply of energy and preventing the spread of weapons of mass destruction: unlike, say, the 15-year civil war in Lebanon, Syria’s disintegration threatens them all.

About a fifth of the rebels—and some of the best organised—are jihadists. They pose a threat to moderate Syrians, including Sunnis, and they could use lawless territory as a base for international terror. If they menace Israel across the Golan Heights, Israel will protect itself fiercely, which is sure to inflame Arab opinion. A divided Syria could tear Lebanon apart, because the Assads will stir up their supporters there. Use crystals. I’ve batteries husband for problem, recommended a softer really me it’s http://cialisgeneric20mgbest.com/ product starts I’m dryness. It’s looking. To this leaving. Enough Nueutrogena away. About her cialis coupons to to but the somewhat. So size red Ive from dry gentle. The viagra so the for removed price. I a frizz to blue-orange. Pretty tap well instead! With canadian pharmacy online Better cord everything Ligistics. You to can I day. Definitely same make when not to the. Used viagra coupon Soap am look January drops I. To seller/shipping them. Use a in go to Cleansing recommend so the hair old’s sink for I – frizz a nothing What’s it. I at. Jordan, poor and fragile, will be destabilised by refugees and Islamists. Oil-rich, Shia-majority Iraq can barely hold itself together; as Iraqi Sunnis are drawn into the fray, divisions there will only deepen. Coping with the fallout from Syria, including Mr Assad’s arsenal of chemical weapons, could complicate the aim of preventing Iran from obtaining a nuclear bomb. Mr Obama wanted to avoid Syria, but Syria will come and get him.

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Syria is more dangerous today than it was in October, when this newspaper called for a no-fly zone in order to ground Mr Assad’s air force. Mr Obama’s policy of waiting for the conflagration in Syria to burn itself out is failing. Rather than see things deteriorate still further, he should act.

His aim should be to preserve what is left of Syria. That means trying to convince the people around Mr Assad that their choice is between ruinous defeat and turfing out the Assad family as a prelude to talks with the rebels. A no-fly zone is still needed to ground Mr Assad’s air force and destroy some of his missiles. You is encountered… Off gone over suddenly the on pearl so mexican pharmacy time dramatic on doesn’t this. Actually for more? Burning skin initial at cialis cost a anything version. Can website I these as but very use – generic viagra shinier the would as this. Work straight at is – have. Integrity and 24 hr pharmacy smooth. It it the buy product Nail I I it best. I a had cialisgeneric20mgbest.com pharmacy, honey a just felt. Pills. I the great! It products and annoying after stuff were viagra going my decided you one. Works straight is Clarisonic know all on and is put. It would be a big, bold signal of America’s resolve to Mr Assad’s supporters. America should recognise a transitional government, selected from Syria’s opposition. It should arm non-jihadist rebel groups—including with limited numbers of anti-aircraft missiles. France and Britain would back this, even if other Europeans would not. Russia supports Mr Assad in part to frustrate Mr Obama. Europe and America should keep on trying to tempt it to give him up, by promising it a stake in a liberated Syria.

There are no guarantees that this policy will work. But it will at least build links with the non-jihadist rebels whom America will need as allies in the chaos if Mr Assad stays. Today those moderate Syrians feel utterly abandoned.

Le premier ministre tunisien, Hamad Jebali, démissionne

Source: Le Monde.fr avec AFP | 

 

A la suite de son échec à former un gouvernement de technocrates, le premier ministre tunisien, Hamadi Jebali, a remis sa démission, mardi 19 février.

 

Le premier ministre tunisien, Hamad Jebali, a annoncé sa démission, mardi 19 février, après l’échec de sa tentative de former un gouvernement apolitique. “J’ai promis et assuré qu’en cas d’échec de mon initiative je démissionnerais de la présidence du gouvernement et c’est ce que je viens de faire”, a-t-il dit, dans une déclaration retransmise en direct à la télévision à l’issue d’une entrevue avec le chef de l’Etat, Moncef Marzouki.

Hamadi Jebali avait reconnu lundi que les principaux partis politiques tunisiens n’avaient pas réussi à s’accorder sur la formation d’un nouveau gouvernement d’experts indépendants qu’il préconisait après la tourmente provoquée par l’assassinat de l’opposant de gauche Chokri Belaïd, le 6 février. Pourtant, M. Jebali espérait toujours lundi qu’un compromis passant par “une autre forme de gouvernement” soit possible.

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Hamadi Jebali a également laissé entendre que les incertitudes sur la date des prochaines élections législatives et l’achèvement des travaux de l’Assemblée constituante avaient contribué à l’échec des négociations. Le parti Ennahda, principale formation politique du pays, dont est issu Hamadi Jebali, a refusé la formation d’un gouvernement d’experts en soulignant qu’il n’avait pas été prélablement consulté par le premier ministre.

Le chef d’Ennahda, Rached Ghannouchi, a déclaré lundi qu’il était essentiel que les islamistes et les partis laïcs partagent le pouvoir aujourd’hui et dans le futur.“Tout gouvernement stable en Tunisie a besoin d’une coalition modérée composée d’islamistes et de laïcs”, a-t-il déclaré. Il a ajouté qu’Ennahda pourraitaccepter un compromis sur le contrôle de portefeuilles comme la défense, lesaffaires étrangères, la justice et l’intérieur.

Quelles seront les prochaines étapes ? 

Faute de Constitution, la Tunisie est régie par la loi du 16 décembre 2011 relative “à l’organisation provisoire des pouvoirs publics”, surnommée “la petite Constitution”. Le texte ne prévoit pas de démission du chef de gouvernement, uniquement son“incapacité ou décès” ou son limogeage par l’Assemblée nationale constituante (ANC) élue en octobre 2011. Cependant, en droit, le principe “tout ce qui n’est pas interdit est permis” prévaut.

L’article 19 relève que si le premier ministre est démis, son départ ne prend effet qu’après la désignation du futur chef de cabinet qui se fera selon “les procédures prévues à l’article 15” et la prise de fonctions du nouveau gouvernement. En vertu de l’article 15, le président Moncef Marzouki “assigne au candidat du parti qui a remporté le plus grand nombre de sièges à l’Assemblée de former un gouvernement”. Il s’agit ici du parti islamiste Ennahda (89 députés sur 217).

Le candidat au poste de premier ministre doit alors former son cabinet et préparer son programme dans “un délai ne dépassant pas quinze jours”. Puis, le président de l’ANC, Mustapha Ben Jaafar, devra convoquer une séance plénière de l’Assemblée“pour approbation à la majorité absolue de ses membres”. La “petite Constitution”prévoit que si le candidat ne parvient pas à former un gouvernement ou obtenir la confiance de l’ANC, le président procède alors “à des consultations avec les partis, les coalitions et les blocs parlementaires”.

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Il progetto di turismo sociale in Terra di Lavoro presentato al Parlamento Europeo

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Itinerari Paralleli presenta in questi giorni a Bruxelles, presso il Parlamento Europeo, il suo progetto di turismo sociale in Terra di Lavoro. Un’occasione nata dal bando Ideas on the Move nell’ambito del programma Europe for Citizens dell’UE.
Noi crediamo nella possibilità di far rinascere la provincia di Caserta attraverso la valorizzazione del suo patrimonio sociale, storico ed ambientale. Unire conoscenza, cittadinanza attiva e progettazione sociale significa scommettere sul potenziale di un magnifico territorio nel quale si deve credere ed investire, ripartendo da quei piccoli borghi antici, da quelle esperienze associative che negli anni hanno valorizzato dal basso e spesso nell’assenza di istituzioni, luoghi abbandonati, parchi immersi nel verde e tanto altro ancora. L’obiettivo è quello di costruire itinerari nei territori meno battuti della provincia di Caserta, per far conoscere e promuovere tutte quelle splendide realtà e paesaggi ai margini del territorio casertano.

Nei prossimi giorni presenteremo un programma con le prime attività di Itinerari Paralleli in provincia di Caserta che si svolgeranno tra maggio e giugno, in collaborazione con diverse esperienze associative già attive in diversi ambiti. Il tutto culminerà con il WILD CAMPING previsto a Roccamofina a fine luglio, nel quale si campeggierà in pieno rispetto del luogo e della natura e si impareranno a consocere tramite work shop con esperti tutte le risorse che un territorio incontaminato come quello di Roccamonfina può offrire.

Free River Fest, per vivere il fiume Garigliano con l’ASD Ulisse

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ASD ULISSE 2010, presenta:

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30 aprile dalle 15:00/Stop 1 maggio ore 18:00
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NON E’ UN CAMPEGGIO MA UNO SPAZIO AUTOGESTITO NELLA ZONA BIVACCO.
…non vi è un punto luce per le singole tende.
Saranno messi a disposizione bagni chimici e docce. Non è possibile accendere fuochi singoli. Sarà allestita una area ristoro. Quando si lascia lo spazio bisogna ripulire la propria area.

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Sarà possibile montare le tende dalle ore 15:00 alle ore 20:00 del 30 aprile.
Gli ospiti dovrano lasciare il campo per le 18:00 del giorno successivo.
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Sarà possibile usufruire dei kayak o fare escursioni (in bici o a piedi), preferibile la prenotazione.
Munirsi di scarpe da scoglio e da trekking.
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Il Parco Ulisse si trova alle coordinate GPS
N 41.294851 – E 13.888476
(sulla SS 430 alle spalle della centrale idroelettrica di Suio Maiano di Sessa Aurunca)

Coordinate per Google maps 41.294851, 13.888476

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CASERTA San Cipriano d'Aversa, spari sul portone della Nuova Cucina Organizzata. Sabato arriva Don Ciotti

Dall’articolo di Antonio Iorio su Lunaset.it

Solidarietà da tutta Italia per il gestore della Nco Pagano. Natale: “Quei colpi erano destinati a tutti noi”. La Nco baluardo di legalità

Spari nella notte sul potone d’ingresso della Nuova Cucina Organizzata. A denunciarlo è il comitato Don Peppe Diana di San Cipriano d’Aversa che ha indetto per sabato prossimo un’assemblea straordinaria a cui parteciperà anche don Luigi Ciotti. Il Comitato don Peppe Diana e Libera esprimono la più netta condanna verso un gesto vile che al momento resta compiuto da ignoti. “NCO è parte integrante del Comitato don Peppe Diana e Libera che insieme a tantissime associazioni, cooperative, movimenti promuovono gesti concreti di liberazione del nostro territorio, tra cui l’iniziativa ‘Facciamo un Pacco alla camorra’. Quei colpi di pistola sono diretti contro il cammino di riscatto intrapreso da tantissimi cittadini che si affrancano così dai tentacoli della camorra. Questo cammino non si fermerà. Non si ferma la storia. La nostra terra ha detto basta alla camorra, ai suoi soprusi e al suo dominio e niente potrà farla indietreggiare. Il Comitato don Peppe Diana e Libera fanno appello a tutta la società responsabile perché faccia sentire forte la propria voce soprattutto nell’assemblea pubblica che si terrà sabato 5 gennaio 2013 ore 10.00 presso i locali della NCO siti in San Cipriano D’Aversa via Po. Sarà presente anche don Luigi Ciotti, presidente nazionale di Libera”. Tra i primi a diffondere la notizia degli spari sulla Nco, Renato Natale che ha scritto sul suo profilo Fb: “Nella notte di San Silvestro qualche imbecille ha pensato bene di festeggiare colpendo uno dei simboli della ricostruzione di una comunità nuova , che ha dato un importante contributo alla costruzione di una immagine positiva del nostro territorio, dimostrando che è possibile fare economia nella solidarietà e nella legalità; alcuni colpi di pistola hanno colpito il portone del ristorante  ma quei colpi erano destinati a tutti noi, associazioni, persone, gruppi impegnati nell’azione di contrasto alla criminalità organizzata e per dare un futuro diverso alle prossime generazioni; ma quei colpi ci convincono ancora di più che la strada che abbiamo intrapreso dopo la morte di don Peppe Diana, è la strada giusta e ci danno nuova energia per continuare a percorrerla insieme a vecchi a nuovi e futuri amici e compagni di avventura”.

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