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«Current Concerns», n° 47, 13 November 2012

“Peace and human rights constitutes the raison d’être of the United Nations Organization and the most noble goal of humanity”

« “Peace and human rights constitutes the raison d’être of the United Nations Organization and the most noble goal of humanity” », Statement by Prof Dr Alfred de Zayas / « And Europe is not ashamed ... While the public health network collapses, Greek citizens make their own», by Liz Alderman / «Direct democracy as a corrective to the power cravings of a few » / «Compulsory vaccination against bluetongue disease – a warning example», Interview with Matthias von Euw / « IG Freiheit (IG Freedom) – protect privacy against government intervention », Interview with Gregor A. Rutz / «Baden-Wuerttemberg’s state schools are facing dramatic loss in quality», by Heike Schmoll /«“In Baden-Wuerttemberg criticism is growing of the Red-Green Government’s planned education reforms”», by Karl Müller / «“Fratton’s school: 40 percent of “self-regulated” students fail the “Abitur” (high-school graduation exam)“» / « “Educating, forming and doing research for the Bonum commune” », by Urs Knoblauch / « “The alternative to the “Homo oeconomicus” ” », by Eva-Maria Föllmer-Müller

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