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I’m trying to keep track of interesting and easily accessible multimedia related to the International Criminal Court and international justice on this blog (see previous posts here and here). A lot of people are interested in what is happening in international justice but arrests, … Continue reading
“Nairobi, Kenya,” a photo from Boing Boing reader Biketripper shared in the BB Flickr Pool. On the bikeflaps of one rider, “A Strong Enemy Is Better Than a Weak Friend.” Thanks, MY! (original source biketripper via boingboing)
Beyond all the politics, what an affirmation of life, love, and humanity these pictures are. (source) In solidarity. (other sources: ibtimes.com and buzzfeed)
We read much about the persecution of homosexuals (and perceived homosexuals) in Africa (notably, here and here). As we should. At the same time, let’s also pay attention to the excellent advocacy work on GLBTQ human rights on the continent. … Continue reading
LV Posse, 2000 / année Islamique: 1420 by Hassan Hajjaj. One of the monograph exhibitions of the Bamako Encounters.