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Thousands of students protest in Hungary for education reforms

BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Thousands of Hungarian schoolchildren and university students protested outside parliament on Friday to demand reform of an education system they say fails to prepare them for life in the 21st century.

Jewish activists And Rabbis Protest On Capitol Hill In Support Of Dreamers

According to Algeimeiner, the demonstration was organized by coalition of US Jewish advocacy organizations, among them the Anti-Defamation League, the National Council of Jewish Women, the Religious Action Center of the Reform Movement, and the progressive organization Bend The Arc. Show More Summary

The IMF has choked Tunisia. No wonder the people are rioting | Jihen Chandoul

Since the 2011 uprising, the IMF – backed by the G8 – has imposed economic reforms on Tunisia, at a cost to ordinary people Tunisia has been facing protests across the country at price and tax rises since 3 January – the anniversary of the “bread riots” which occurred in 1984 under the Habib Bourguiba regime. Show More Summary

DR KING DAY: As The "Civil Rights Pharisees" Had Their Congregations WATCHING THEM ON STAGE.....The Mission Accomplished GOVERNMENTS Are Being Reformed By CRIMINAL INDICTMENTS

THEY CAN'T HELP THEMSELVES DR KING Takes A Knee, Along With The NFL Protesters For 'Social Justice' THIS TRUTH JUST BEYOND THE 'KING COMPOUND' DOES NOT FLOW TO WHERE YOU LIVE Constructive Feedback University: BLACK PEOPLE ARE NOT ANY...Show More Summary

Greek parliament approves more bailout reforms despite protests

ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece's parliament on Monday passed a swathe of reforms demanded by international lenders in exchange for fresh bailout funds, a success for the government but a blow to thousands of people protesting outside.

Maybe Hatred and Faction Is What American Voters Really Want?

Demonstrators line the sidewalk outside the Fargo office of U.S. Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., Wednesday, June 28, at 1802 32nd Ave. S. as they protest the Senate health care reform bill. Dave Wallis / The Forum In a Fargo Forum column over the weekend Syed Sajid Ahmad writes about the nastiness of campaign politics. Show More Summary

New strikes in Greece as lawmakers debate new reform batch

Athenians are without public transport for the day and services nationwide face disruptions as Greek labor unions strike to protest further creditor-demanded measures due to be voted in Parliament. The … Click to Continue »

Greeks strike over right-to-strike, paralyze public transport

ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek bus, subway and city rail services were disrupted on Monday with some flights grounded as public transport workers and air traffic controllers walked off the job to protest a reform bill they fear will restrict their right to strike.

Tunisian government plans social reforms after week of unrest

Increased aid to the poor and improved healthcare designed to stem a wave of protests which saw hundreds arrested Tunisia’s government plans to increase aid to the poor and improve healthcare following a week of unrest triggered by austerity measures. Show More Summary

Thousands of Greeks protest over right to strike, hitting hospitals, transport and shipping

ATHENS (Reuters) - Thousands of Greek protesters marched in central Athens on Friday against new reforms, including restrictions on the right to strike, that parliament is set to approve next week in return for bailout funds.

Greek police fire teargas at protesters after Athens march

ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek police fired teargas at protesters in Athens on Friday after a march of about 20,000 people against reforms parliament is set to approve on Jan. 15 including restrictions on the right to strike.

Greek metro halted, ships docked in protest over right to strike

ATHENS (Reuters) - The Athens subway came to a standstill on Friday as Greeks protested against new reforms that parliament is set to approve on Jan. 15 in return for bailout funds, including restrictions on the right to strike.

Saudi princes arrested for sit-in against having to pay utilities

Eleven Saudi princes face trial after their arrest at a sit-in protesting having to pay their utility bills, authorities said Sunday, as the monarchy pursues reforms amid hefty debt and high unemployment. Saudi Arabia's attorney general...Show More Summary

The factions that will decide Iran's protest response

Recent unrest has highlighted the deep-seated frustration felt by many Iranians over the economy and their demands for reform, and attention now turns to how the political establishment will respond. Often seen in monolithic terms outside...Show More Summary

How Donald Trump’s tweets help Iran’s supreme leader | Sanam Vakil

The US president’s support for protesters and sanctions fuel the regime’s narrative of outside interference – and deprive Iranians of the prospect of reform Since the beginning of the Iran protests last week, Donald Trump has taken to...Show More Summary

What do Iran protests mean for President Rouhani?

With protests appearing to die down in Iran, analysts say President Hassan Rouhani faces both challenges and opportunities for his efforts to reform the country. The leadership closed ranks as the past week's unrest turned violent, blaming foreign enemies and "terrorist" exile groups. Show More Summary

Imprisoned Kuwaitis form political bloc demanding reforms

A group of Kuwaitis imprisoned for taking part in anti-government protests have announced the formation of a new political bloc. Kuwait's Democratic Party and was launched this week by four … Click to Continue »

Calvin of Arabia: Protestant Theology Translated into Arabic

Labor of love brings the Reformation’s seminal work into the Middle East. Most of the theological writings that shaped Western society over the last 500 years cannot be found on Middle Eastern bookshelves. Few Arabs have ever read anything...Show More Summary

WALL STREET JOURNAL: Five Things to Know About the Iranian Protests: Protesters bypass demands for…

WALL STREET JOURNAL: Five Things to Know About the Iranian Protests: Protesters bypass demands for reform, call for Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei to step down. During some demonstrations, crowds chanted “Seyed Ali shame on you, let go of power” and “Sorry Seyed Ali, it’s time to go.” In Tehran, protesters faced a mural of […]

NY Times: MBAs And #MeToo — B-Schools Embrace Curriculum Reform In The Age Of Trump

New York Times, Business Schools Now Teaching #MeToo, N.F.L. Protests and Trump: An M.B.A. education is no longer just about finance, marketing, accounting and economics. As topics like sexual harassment dominate the national conversation and chief executives weigh in on the ethical and social issues of the day, business schools...

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