3. Working for Peace - Conflict Transformation
According to HealthGap, a new study published in Lancet shows that treatment with anti-retroviral drugs (ARVs) decreased likelihood of transmission of HV by 92%.
Despite this finding, the Obama Administration is failing to live up to it's promises to fully find HIV-AIDS prevention and treatment worldwide. Without more funding, millions of people will die, unnecessarily, from HIV-AIDS. In New York, Governor Patterson is threatening to veto a law providing housing assistance to people with AIDS.
The No Child Left Behind Act of 2002 (NCLB) required schools to hand over identifying student information to military recruiters. Military recruiters routinely use these lists to try to meet their quota, known as their "mission," by making repeated and persistent phone calls to students and family members. And in order to meet these quotas, too many military recruiters lie to students (see a compilation of military recruiters caught lying on tape).
Peacework Transition to Online Blogging & Nonviolent Dialogue Platform - Print Publication to Cease After 37 yearsPosted September 10th, 2009 by sdiener
Dear Peacework Readers,
With sadness, we write to inform you that Peacework Magazine will end publication with its September 2009 issue. As you know, we have tried various measures to keep the magazine going, but in today’s economy our beloved print publication is simply not sustainable.