Rachel Parent debates (GMO activist), schools ignorant TV host on human rights, food labeling


14-year-old teen, GMO activist, schools ignorant TV host on human rights, food labeling

Posted by ampedin on YOUTUBE

GM foods should be labelled be it in USA or else where.

GM foods are not tested for a long period.  Independent studies on lab rats has proven tumours in rats. visit RT.COM

The TV host keeps pushing on science and trust in it. Well if that’s the case why isn’t science giving a choice to people ? It should not be a mandatory thing that we ]have. A choice on whether we like to be tested like lab rats or not should be their. GM food is not the only solution for lack of nutrition.  Better distribution of food across a nation can help malnutrition children.

Corporations testing and releasing food today is trusted by governments across various nations. Put an end to this.

 

 

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Human Trafficking – “Devadasi” -Where girls in India are dedicated to a goddess for a lifetime ritual prostitution


Human Trafficking – “Devadasi” -Where girls in India are dedicated to a goddess for a lifetime ritual prostitution

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Comments : The practice of “devdasi” is a practice in India where girls are dedicated to goddess yellama for a lifetime ritualized prostitution.

Recently the devadasi system has started to disappear, having been outlawed in all of India in 1988. However, devadasis still exist in India today, as shown in a 2004 report by the National Human Rights Commission of the Government of India. According to this report, “after initiation as devadasis, women migrate either to nearby towns or other far-off cities to practice prostitution” . A study from 1990 recorded that 45.9% of devadasis in one particular district were prostitutes, while most of the others relied on manual labour and agriculture for their income.The practice of dedicating devadasis was declared illegal by the government of the Indian state Karnataka in 1982 and by the government of Andhra Pradesh in 1988. However as of 2006 the practice was still prevalent in around 10 districts of northern Karnataka and 14 districts in Andhra Pradesh. Some 80 to 90% of devadasis belong to scheduled castes.

Source :  Wikipedia 

 

International students targeted by human traffickers


International students targeted by human traffickers

Posted by australianetworknews on YOUTUBE

International students are increasingly being exploited by human traffickers. Over a decade ago the United Nations adopted a plan to tackle the problem, with more than 150 countries having since signed up to the Palermo Protocol, enacting laws criminalising all forms of trafficking. But sexual and labour exploitation is still a global problem, with little sign of going away.

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