Many Kenyans have continued to applaud the move by the government to ban plastic bags used for commercial and household packaging terming it as a great move to curb the plastic bag menace.
Plastic was the most common packaging material used Kenya. Whenever you went for shopping there was a likelihood that whatever you buy will be packed in plastic bag. However, today things have charged and Kenyan have adapted new ways of packaging hence making the environment clean.
Statistics indicated that over 24 million plastic bags were used monthly half of which ended up in the solid mainstream.
Latin American artists of different ages and disciplines gathered in Uruguay to pursue a path that aims to deepen the Latin American identity and the ability to interconnect the art and the ideal of the united world in an intrinsic way.
Flor, 22, is an actress and tango dancer. The characters she plays hide a profound person who is eager to live her life fully. Martín, 25, bass player, is a nice, creative musician who is always looking for meaning in his life. Clari is 24 years old, she sings, she plays guitar, piano, and all that can produce chords, like her own life.
The three of them have taken part, January 28 through February 2, i.e. during the South American summer, in the meeting "Hacer de las heridas, obras de arte" (Turning wounds into works of art) that, in the city of Montevideo, brought together 44 artists from Uruguay, Argentina, and Bolivia.
Today's article is a piece by Pasquale Ferrara, who is currently the Italian Ambassador to Algeria. It was first published in the Atlas of Universal fraternity, the first edition of the United World Project file (2014), and it provides an interesting insight into the universal value of our Project
Trying to find the right image to represent the international relationships of our contemporary world, the choice is often between “the tower” or “the bridge”. The tower is an architectonic element, typically a military one, and it epitomizes a perception of threat that causes alarm and alert. The tower is the representation of defensiveness, of the “fortification”, of the sense of siege and the fear of invasion.
Crunelab is not only a solidarity tailor workshop, but a point of meeting and a real multi-cultural workshop to improve one’s knowledge, talents, and cultural approaches.
There is a bit of Africa concentrated right in the heart of Tuscany, in these premises at number 34 of Via Sabatini, in Chianciano Terme, a town in the countryside of Siena, famous for its healthy thermal springs. Here, among tissues, sewing machines, spools of thread, and pieces of chalk, a group of young asylum-seekers creates clothing and accessories for the “Crune” brand, a true “Made in Italy” by African hands.
Seven political proposals for a new "agenda".
Citizenship law reform, new ways to enter Italy, legal status for “rooted” foreigners on an individual basis, repeal of illegal immigration status, extension of the Sprar network (Sytem of Protection of Asylum Seekers and Refugees), best practices and effective participation in the democratic process.
2012 - 2016 United World Project - Youth for a United World (New Humanity)
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