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VOLUME 1• ISSUE 1

Special Edition

NOVEMBER 2013

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CONTENT: • Right to education • Homeless for 126 euros • The World at War • The end does not justify the means

I.E.S Europa

Human Rights Magazine


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vitae dicta sunt cabo

3 RIGHT TO EDUCATION 4

“I DREAMT OF A COUNTRY WHERE

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NOT ALL CHILDREN ARE HAPPY

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HOMELESS FOR 126 EUROS

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THE OTHER VICTORIA’S SECRETS ANGELS

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THE WORLD AT WAR

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THE HUNGER GAMES

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FRAUDULENT ARRESTS

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THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY

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UNDERAGE PROSTITUTION; A CASE

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INNOCENT VICTIMS

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THE END DOES NOT JUSTIFY THE MEANS

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QUESTIONNAIRE; ARE YOU A GOOD CITIZEN?

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ROMANIA OPEN A CRACK IN THE PAST

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EDUCATION WOULD PREVAIL”

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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

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RIGHT TO EDUCATION Everyone no matter the breed to be, or color he/ she has, you have the right to receive education to acquire knowledge, values and ways of acting. F O R

In most developed countries, the illiteracy rate is very low or almost nothing. However, the most sad and unfortunate thing is that for the simple fact of not having been able to have education people descend to ignorance and servitude. In countries such as Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger and some more countries the illiteracy rate is more than 70% of the population. It is also absurd that because of being, in some countries, you have no right to education and their only function is that of marrying a man, do not leave home, give children and make the food and household tasks. In many countries, women don´t know they can getting diseases such as HIV or become pregnant by the simple fact of no using contraception. The education is public, for rich or poor people. Public education is either poor or rich. However, there are countries where it is not hot way. For example, in Haiti, 80% of boys and girls who go to school do so in private. This is not acceptable because all people are equal.

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Opinion: I hope that with this information you have open your eyes a little, and see we are very lucky to go to school and have a desk to sit on and some books with which to study, because millions of children, adults and I think elders dream or dreamed to enjoy this luxury.

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By Silvia Barragán Rodriguez 3º Malala Yousafzai is

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“I DREAMT OF A COUNTRY WHERE EDUCATION WOULD PREVAIL”

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a Pakistani student, an activist and a blogger. She was born in Swat, Jaiber Pastunjuá. Her father is Ziauddin Yousafzai and she has got two

brothers. She speaks Pastún and English, and she has become famous because of her activism which

is based on civil rights, specifically women rights in Swat lake where the Taliban regime has prohibited girls education.


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Later, Malala returned to school in a secondary school in England:

Some of her most important achievements include the Nacional Peace Award, because of her defence of girls education (in 2011) and her Nobel Peace Award nomination (in 2013).

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She had reconstructive surgery and she was having therapy until 4th January 2013.

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Many famous international people supported Malala, such us Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Madonna, Chinese President Xi Jinping, etc.

‘’My return to school made me very happy. I dreamt of free education for all children because it is a basic right.

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The Taliban forced schools to close and they prohibited girls education between 2003 and 2009.

On 9th October 2012 in Mingora, she was attacked by a TTP’s military. The terrorists went in to Malala’s school bus and he shot her in the head and neck many times; she had to be operated on. TTP’s spokesperson said that they would

try to kill her again.

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When she was 13, Yousafzais became known when she wrote a blog for the BBC under the name of Gul Makai. She explains her life with Tehrik e Taiban Pakistan (TTP) and how her town attempts to recover the valley control.

documentary, “Lost classe”, it shows the disappearence of girls education. It shows Malala, her father, and the lack of education in certain areas.

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There are almost 852 deaths of children under the age of fifteen years due to illtreatment By Silvia Barragรกn Rodriguez 3ยบ

In relation to sexual abuse, 13.4% of girls suffer and 5.7% of boys mostly. This stark reality affects children with single parents on low incomes, living in less-favourable areas with a low level of education.

Any type of abuse has a devastating impact on the lives of series of measures the youngsters says that countries can Zsuzsanna Jakab. adopt in relation to You can tell that this problem. 29.1 % of children Jakab, who works as suffer emotional regional director for Remember that abuse, while 22.9 Europe of the WHO, this is also a part of % are affected by has added that he human rights, the physical ill-treatment. will soon prepare a rights of children.

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NOT ALL CHILDREN ARE HAPPY

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These rights were created for children on 16th September 1924.

Average mortality by child abuse (2003-2005):


Two Recent examples:

• FRANCE: A man and woman kept children in a basement for 3 years.

in a dirty cellar and in an advanced state of deterioration. They slept on a thin mattress on the ground and they had no blankets. They were in school, but in a public establishment.

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According to BFMTV, the school had sent letters home to the parents about the poor conditions of the children.

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two minors spent time in the basement without windows or ventilation at a •YEMEN: The victim home located in the was 15 years old. Her Two children aged town of Pavillonsfather suspected that 10 and 12 years sous-Bois, on the she was having a were rescued by outskirts of Paris. The romantic relationship the French social agents discovered with a man. that a third child services after The incident sleeping for three lived in the home. happened in Shabaa, years in an unhealthy He is the son of the a village in the stepmother of the basement, in their province of Taëz, in own excrement. They other two children. the centre of Yemen. suffered ill-treatment His situation was A 35-year-old man normal,he slept in by their father and killed his daughter. stepmother. a bedroom in the He burnt her alive house, he ate with due to the fact he the adults and he had caught her on was enrolled at Deprived of 2 occasions with a a private school. electricity and boyfriend, state the However, his two running water, with Yemeni police online. rationated food, the stepbrothers stayed The corpse of the young woman was transported to the hospital. The father must be prosecuted, said the Police.

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HOMELESS FOR 126 EUROS

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The police push members and elected officials who were opposed to an eviction.

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Aurelia Rey, 86 years, is going to spend at least one more day on the floor she rented in the centre of A Coruña in where she has lived alone since 1979. In the middle of strong altercations with the national police, twice in five hours, the social pressure of hundreds of people of all ages and other conditions prevented them from executing the court order of eviction for nonpayment judgment against this retired dressmaker. But it is only in abeyance.

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The first attempt was a week before. It occured without problems, before a large concentration of people. However, yesterday, there was tension aswell as the protest group called Stop Evictions. 8

The police waited for the people to leave so they could try, for the second time, to run the eviction. This made the neighbours, friends, activists and politicians angry. They spent more than six hours trying prevent Aurelia been left homeless due to the delay in payment for the rental of their properties, which is126 Euros per month. The request made an impression on the fire department of La Coruña. They came on two occasions and refused to cut the chain with which activists had used to lock the door of the building. But a Sargent took an electric saw and started to cut it. The

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At tension was followed by altercations with the police, while more and more joined the protest for Aurelia. The court then judge decided for a second time that day to suspend the eviction. They understood that “the security of the people was not guaranteed”. In two occasions the civil servant that was with the judge fell down on the ground. His folder with the eviction order flew up in the air.

10.00, when the first judge came to run the eviction, he was flanked by the national police. They were met by more than 200 people in the entrance, some of them chained to the bars. The press office of the Superior Court of Galicia, an official spokesman of the courthouses, confirmed at 13:30 hours that the hearing had been postponed. “Aurelia stays, all together we can”, heralded


This is one of the cases of forced evictions in Spain, but there are many others. Therefore it will be many similar events in cities such as Madrid.

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By Maria del Mar Martinez Hernandez y Marina Gutiérrez González 3ºBI

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A Coruña Firefighters Prevent Eviction Of 86-Year-Old women

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the demonstrators. The octogenarian female came to say thank you: “this is priceless”. But when the concentration of people broke up and the journalists and cameras disappeared, the national police and judicial officials came again. They closed the street traffic. It was then that people started to gather in the street. Nobody thougth to inform the cabinet of the high court that it had been decided to try the execution of the eviction order for the second time . “They lied”, expressed an elderly man with indignation through a microphone. He acted as spokesman for Stop evictions. Finally, at the end of the 16 hours, Aurelia came down again to thank everybody again. The activists decided to assemble and to try again today to avoid her expulsion.

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they rage him with a branch.

Children of Burkina Faso harvested cotton for Victoria’s Secret.

This is the second harvest. The cotton pass from is hands to the trucks of a program of Burkina Faso that handles cotton certified as fair trade. The fibber of this harvest was sent to factories in India and Sri Lanka, where I think they make underwear for Victoria’s Secret.

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The work of Clarisse shows the shortcomings of the system wich certifies as fair trade commodities wich finish in a global market. That Clarisse Kambire,13, is working in a cotton field market is premised in West Africa. He sleeps on the notion that the purchases made by on a mattress finer than businessesmen and a magazine. Each day thinking about how rose consumers should not yelled at him and how he make them accomplices of the exploitation, was beaten. If it is slow, especially of children.

On small plots of land in Burkina Faso as a whole, researchers confirmed in 2008 that more than half of the 89 producers investigated had received temporarily children under 18 years who were not in school. The farmers say that they didn’t tell us anything about not recruiting children.

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The company assured that “the quantity of cotton that purchases the fashion firm to Burkina Faso is minimal. Describes a conduct contrary to the values of our company, to Labour Code and the rules of origin that we require comply all of our suppliers.

PERSONAL OPINION. I have just read “The skin of the memory” and I thought that the novel would be a fiction, which has been my surprise to find the amazing article of children working in cotton plantations for leading brands of clothing at the global level. I think that just like in the book there is always hope, by the developed countries to realize that it cannot continue to enrich themselves at the expense of the children of the developing countries .

By Ana Gil Garcia 3ºBI

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THE WORLD AT WAR By Paula Maestro Sierra 3ÂşAI

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were involved insurgent groups (military regime Sunni Islamists, radical Sunni Islamist group Al- Qaeda). Countries like Spain supported the United States politically and his soldiers were involved in the Iraq war. Several sources claim that a group of Spanish soldiers abused prisoners which were in a Spanish base in 2004. So far more than 100,000 civilians have been killed in the armed conflict. Finally, the Civil War in Syria is an armed conflict that pits the government today

with Syrian Armed Forces against various opposition rebel groups seeking to overthrow the government. The crisis began in early 2011, when the Syrians began to rise in a series of protests against the government. There are certain similarities between Spain’s position on the conflict in Syria and how we were going to war in Iraq. After two years of war in Syria more than 70,000 people has been killed one million are displaced and have been recruited child soldiers.

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of the country, and incomprehensibly, Pakistan, allied with the U.S., is the leading advocate of fundamentalist militias. Since the war began more than 1,300 civilians have been killed and thousands of children continue to be recruited into the army. Iraq has been at war since 2003, when the United States decided to attack Iraq, with the purpose of eliminating the alleged weapons of mass destruction, but the reality was that they wanted to seize its oil. In this conflict

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Afghanistan is a country that has been at war since 2001. The main cause was the civil war between the armed forces and the mujahedeen (Islamic anti-communist guerrillas) who came to power in 1992. These clashes led to the Taliban, but in 2001, the U.S. invaded Afghanistan and were defeated . Currently the Taliban control a substantial part

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At present there are over 22 countries that are at war. Some of the bloodiest wars are in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria.

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THe hunger games

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The hunger, that 870 million people must face every day, is not a fatality to which one part of the humanity it is predestined. It is a result of the injustice, of the violation of the fundamental right of every person to have food enough and of sufficient quality to allow him/her to live a worthy and healthy life. Let`s see some reasons.

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1.Trade policies in the last 20 years.

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The trade policies in the last 20 years have propitiated that the fluctuations of the prices of the food have turned into a trigger key of the hunger. Many of the big food crises of Sub-Saharan Africa have taken place in the context

of supplied well markets where the poorest did not have the way of paying the high prices that the food reach in the period of shortage between crops. The majority of 1.020 million people threatened by the hunger live in a situation of extreme poverty, that is to say, with less than one dollar a day: with this they cannot accede to the available food on the market no to the productive resources

as land and water.

2. To have sure water enough To have sure, sufficient, attainable and accessible water


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is an indispensable requirement to satisfy the right to the supply. The problems are not of water shortage, but of bad management of the consumption.

basic crops that they suppose up to 90 % of the sustenance of the rural population in the poor countries and play a crucial role in guaranteeing a supply adapted in quantity and quality for the whole family. Nevertheless, in many parts of the planet there exist numerous cultural, social and juridical barriers that prevent the women to the access to the means of production and exclude them from the taken of decisions,

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3.Discrimination of the women. The women are responsible for half of the food production worldwide. They are the principal producers of the 13


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countries. Though their exposure to earthquakes, hurricanes or volcanoes is not bigger that in other places, they have not developed mechanisms to anticipate them, carmen jones to mitigate them or to protect their harming his own populations. development and that of the society.

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Natural disasters and climatic change. Violence and armed conflicts.

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95 % of the victims of disasters lives in developing

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of the principal triggers ones of the hunger in his sharp phase. In addition, the hunger has turned into a military aim, a weapon to silence the populations. Indicators of the Banco Mundial show that the countries that have suffered a deterioration of this nutritional situation in the last years have lived in turn through a conflict or a violent social crisis.

Countries in long crisis. The so called “countries in long crisis “ (22 countries of the world, most of them African) are characterized by having a very high level of subnutrition and a high level of sharp malnutritión.

Pandemics The AIDS provokes more hunger and the hunger increases the risk of exposure to the disease. Close to the HIV / AIDS, the cholera, the meningitis, and the yellow fever, which affect million people in the whole world, they are also a reason of poverty, hunger and malnutrition.

By Isabel María Minet Garcia 3ºAI


fRAUDULENT ARRESTS THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY Some governments in China are convicted of committing ABUSES.

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By Ainhoa Sánchez Hernández 3º AI

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A Chinese girl was arrested for taking part in a demonstration in favor of independence in August 1990, she was released after nine months at the age of fifteen. She would be arrested again for being in favor of independence, and sentenced to three years in prison. At sixteen, she was sentenced to six years in prison for singing independence songs. In 1995 a working group of the United Nations on Arbitrary arrest, detention condemned the Chinese government for these facts based on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights article 9 “no one shall be subjected to arbitrary arrest, detention or exile”. They demanded the immediate release of Ngawang Sandol. In 1996s he was again sentenced to nine years in prison. She wars “Free Tibe”. She spent 18 years in prison and she was finally released at 33.

Currently there are news, reports , images in the media events that unfortunately remind us that not everyone respects the rights of other. Although at present, the defense is a daily concern and there is still a long way to go to solve it. From the right to life, to equality, to a fair trial, public education... But what I am mainly shocked about is the rupture of the right to privacy in an example that has taken place recently. I mean the right to privacy of every individual. May be this is due to the latest news related to espionage on the U.S. mobile phones of 35 world leaders. The EU wants to reform the data protection rules. To avoid being controlled by satellite or other technologies. Vice President Viviane Redding, tries to convince Washington and the U.S. authorities that the data people “are a non-negotiable fundamental right .” And not only at this level. Every day we are witnesses of trouble cases of young people through new technologies and the “no data protection” , which ends up having serious problems , even coming with a case of suicide. One example is how a simple photo or video sharing with one person, may appear on YouTube , television and several websites. This causes the affected person feel manipulated and depressed by criticism of others. This should make us reflect on our use of social networks for example, several websites are fine if it is in the case of contact with distant relatives or friends. Other bad uses are related to the sexual harassement of underage girls through the Internet. As a Spanish citizen it seems unfair to me have not to have privacy, what means to not have freedom.


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UNDERAGE PROSTITUTION; A CASE

Prostitution network, which caught minor girls from a secondary school has been captured By Laura Torres Quiñonero 3º AI The police of Castellón dismantled a network of corruption and minors’ prostitution, composed by four men and two women, who were catching their victims after offering them money, drugs and gifts with purpose of having sexual relations with them. The operation, named “Gaff” allowed to verify that about a score of 14-17 year old girls, were forced to have sexual relation, in some cases for several years. Some of the young women spent the whole day with the arrested. 16

The implied ones in the plot collected minors in the their cars at the exit of the school or of the institute to take them to the cinema, shopping, or to the house where the meetings took place. The victims agreed to prostitute themselves due to their need of money, not because they wished doing it. The arrested people have been charged the crimes of prostitution and minors’ corruption

a Book The unforgettable, heartbreaking story

of the unlikely friendship between a wealthy boy and the son of his father’s servant, The Kite Runner is a beautifully crafted novel set in a country that is in the process of being destroyed. It is about the power of reading, the price of betrayal, and the possibility of redemption; and an exploration of the power of fathers over sons—their love, their sacrifices, their lies. A sweeping story of family, love, and friendship told against the devastating backdrop of the history of Afghanistan over the last thirty years, The Kite Runner is an unusual and powerful novel that has become a beloved, one-of-a-kind classic.


INNOCENT VICTIMS on October 8, 2011. According to his father, José Bretón, because of a dismissal of him, while playing in a park in Cordoba. They disappeared of his sight and he did not see them. José immersed in a process of separation from his wife, Ruth Ortiz, a veterinarian who lives in Huelva, was initially arrested on charges of illegal detention and criminal simulation. The trial for the disappearance of these children, ended with a guilty verdict to José Bretón for the murder of his children.

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The adoptive parents of a Chinese girl, who was found dead with signs of violence on Sunday, near Santiago de Compostela, have been sent to prison for the crime of manslaughter or possible murder. Authorities in China, country of origin of Asunta, have also requested an investigation. The lawyer Rosario and

Ruth and José aged 6 and 2, disappeared

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Prison for the parents of the Chinese adopted daughter in Galicia, killed on Friday September the 27th, 2013. By Maria Valera Segovia y Eva Marina León Oliver 3ºAI

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People often think that when a person kills another, that person must go through the same thing, but I do not think so, I think he or she deserves to go to jail, and this person must pay for what have done but not killing him or her because nobody has the right to kill, neither do we. We don’t solve anything making you pay for the same, the victim can not be back to life.

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the journalist Alfonso Porto Basterra are the parents of Asunta, the 12 year old girl who was found dead on a forest path by suffocation, after being drugged and tied according to the forensic report. The judge, to whom both presented statement, attributed to both parents a crime of “murder, possible murder pending on toxicology results“ in its order of solitary confinement without bail, according to a court. 17


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Virtually all the world has been the terrible problem of terrorism By Maria Hernandez Mula 3ÂşAI

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Terrorism is a violent form of political struggle. It seeks to destroy the stablished order or to cause terror in their opponents or population.

From its definition one can sense that it is a way of fighting that goes directly against the human rights, since no one has the right to finish other person’s life. In Spain we have been witnesses and victims of terrorist strife too. On 11th, March, 2004, there was an Islamist attack on the Atocha Train Station (Madrid). This is the second major attack in Europe to date, with 10 nearly simultaneous explosions on

four trains in the mourning rush hour (between 7:36 and 7:40). 191 people died and 1858 were injured. But also has been domestic terrorism for many years in our

country. ETA, it is an organization for the independence of the Basque Country, in Spain, which has used terrorism as a form of political starring. It is goal is the creation of an independent socialist Basque Country (Euskadi). This band has comitted numerous attacks and kitnappings among which are: 1- The attack to Hipercor, a supermarket, which happened on June 19, 1987. There was a great explosion in a shopping center

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wounded 45. Later, the terrorist rganization explained in statement that they had previously

2- Kidnapping and murder of Miguel Ángel Blanco: the same day of kidnapping a call from ETA urged the government of José María Aznar the approach of the ETA prisioners to the Basque Country, as indispensable

condition to release Miguel Ángel Blanco. They gave 48 a hours ultimatum that same day a lot of demonstrations took place all over Spain to demand his release. Thousands people attended. At 16:50, fifty minutes after ending the ultimatum, Miguel Ángel received two shots to the head, that left him mortally wounded. He was taken to the hospital of San Sebastián in

critical condition and died at 4:30 am on Sunday June 13, 1997. A few years ago, ETA announced that they would cease killing, but so far they have not given up their arms. These days, the issue of terrorism has become a protagonists, as the Strasbourg Court examines the possibility of abolishing the Parot doctrine.

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E.T.A has killed 829 people in the last 50 years.

warned of the placement of the car bomb. The police didn’t do anything to avoid it.

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Hipercor located in Barcelona. It caused the death of 21 people and

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are you a good citizen ? Currently there are quite a few organizations and platforms to ensure the acceptance of and respect for human rights, but it is important to reflect on it on a personal level. Then we propose a questionnaire through which we can analyze our involvement with this item from individual perspective. 1.

What are human rights?

- Set of ethical values that make up the human dignity. -

Set forth merely social.

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International treaty.

2. If you see a pregnant woman giving birth, what are you doing? -

I continue my journey.

- I give her some help, called an ambulance and i am going. - Please help, called an ambulance and tried to calm her while i hope with her to the ambulance. 3. You’re walking down the street, and there is someone asking for sitting on the sidewalk, how do you act? - I give him something for my money, and I still walk. - Looked at him i’m sorry, but i haven’t given or charity or help. 20

- Attempt help you, I give him some money and I will give you something to eat 4. One of your neighbors, then you are going to remove the house, the bank, what do you do? - Aid manifest, avoid at all costs to lend your home and you are trying to raise some money to help pay part of the debt. - See how the throw and protests from the window of your home -

You don’t do anything.

5. Classes are over, and when you’re in the dead end street you see as a boy hit a beating, you react ... - Getting as close to where it is being produced and shout:Fight, fight! -

Try detaching them.

- Tell the boy who has begun the fight that he is doing wrong. 6. A girl of your class the discriminate because you are overweight and almost always is alone, what you do? - To talk to my partners for actions disadvantageous a joke - Talk with her and try to make me your friend and together go talk to the director -

Tell to a teacher.


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If you plucked a note between 6 and 12 points, you should think about some of your actions, because it seems that what happens to the other you don’t care much about. •

Questionnaire carried out by Pedro Belmonte Albarracin 3ºBI

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• If you plucked a note between 22 and 30 points, you are very good citizen, respecting the rights of persons and aid to the neighbor every time that you can.

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• If you plucked a note between 12 and 22 points,you’re good citizen, although not too, respecting human rights, even if you don’t get involved in the action of help.


HOMELESS FOR 126 EUROS

By Miguel Angel Cuevas In 1898 Nicolae and Elena Ceausescu( leaders of the communist dictatorship in Romania, one of the most important of Europe) were shot in the courtyard of the military barracks of Targoviste. Now a new investigation has been opened in that same

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prison for a crime that does not prescribe. Alexandru Visinescu the director of the prison , in the fifties ,tortured prisoners with beatings, starvation and extreme cold. This prison was known as the prison of silence because it had individual cells to completely isolate

the prisoner and he couldn’t do the least possible noise or communicate with another prisoner. According to the stories of some prisoners the prison had a room called “the black”. It was the punishment room. Where there was water in the soil, the prisoners had almost no clothes and they only got food every three days. Alexandru Visinescu is now 88 years old. The prisoners who he tortured are now

fallen and pessimistic least Ion Radu, 82 years that believes that it is important to investigate what happened so thatyoung people. “Could know it will be very slowly, I believe that we will face the past. It is impossible that this remain in oblivion forever. I would also like to fight”.


WOMEN IN THE XXI CENTURY

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By Maria López Jimenez

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A MAN ARRESTED IN CASTELLÓN AFTER ASSAULTING HIS WIFE, HIS MOTHER-IN-LAW AND HIS DAUGHTER The alleged attacker, of Romanian nationality, was arrested when the police went to the crime scene..

Agents of the Local police in Castellón arrested a man, 33 years old, accused of assaulting his wife, mother-inlaw and one younger daughter after arriving drunk at his home, located in a farmhouse on the outskirts of the city , and fight with his partner, as reported by the police spokesperson. The most shocking about this topic is that a lot of women continue to be ill-treated and disregarded all over the world. Some of them cannot fight their husbands. Fortunately , there are more and more women who fight for their rights .

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Against Gender-based Violence. The most shocking pieces of news are those involving minors, who become the real victims. Yesterday morning a man was arrested at his home in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria accused of gender-based violence since he allegedly attacked his wife and his 17-year- old son, who are in hospital. Police officers went to the home of the family, in the Street Angel Guimerà in the capital city of the island, after an emergency call by a neighbor, reported EFE.

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A MORROCAN ‘MARK’ THE FACE OF HIS WIFE A Moroccan, furious because his 17- yearold wife had asked him the divorce, marked her in the face with a razor blade. She got an H-shaped scar, the first letter of his name. The incident occurred last weekend in the town of Safi (Moroccan Atlantic coast), where they both lived together with their daughter. The man attacked his wife when she was leaving her parents’ house. The

young woman was taken to a hospital “in a deplorable state” says the newspaper - with injuries on the face, hands and neck. The woman had previously reported him to the police for his reocurring attacks, including death threats, which had made her to go to live to her parent’s house. According to the statistics of the Moroccan Observatory of violence against women ‘Uyún Nisayia’, 47.587 gender-based violence cases were recorded in year 2011.Underage marriages are allowed in Morocco if authorized by a juvenile judge “with a reasoned decision”. The Parliament has pending an amendment to limit such marriages only to the highest in 16 years, which has been answered by feminist groups. A total of 700 women have been killed in Spain in the last decade by so many men with whom they had or had had a relationship. It is the result of statistical average of seventy homicides per year, since in 2003 it began the counting of crimes in order to pass, a year later, the Law on Measures of Integral Protection

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Today, we still listen to shocking cases on violence against women. If we browse a newspaper or watch the news we can find news such as the following: Last year we found the incredible story of the young Amina, a 16-yearold girl who committed suicide after being forced to marry the man who had raped her. The news was shocking, since her parents reached an agreement with the rapist to marry their daughter so that he could avoid imprisonment.. The terrible thing is that this fact is defended by the penal code of Morocco, which is considered one of Africa’s most democratic country.


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