Articles filed in December 2008
Oaxaca, Mexico. - Health Services, meet the target set by the World Health Organization, in achieving the Millennium Development Goals in vaccination to children to immunize 96 percent of children aged 0 to five years of age in the state.
lOaxaca, Mexico. - By Emiliano Parra. - The law enforcement, security, impunity and corruption are some of the problems left unresolved pending Pesidente administration of Felipe Calderon for next year.
Oaxaca, Mexico. - At the end of this year, the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) remained the best institution of higher education in Latin America, according to the World Ranking of Universities 2008 ...
Oaxaca, Mexico. - By Professor J. - The social struggles, and political protest move largely to the territories, precisely where parties, trade unions and governments do not offer solutions, such as predation areas mining conflicts indigenous peoples, construction of dams, destruction of forests, neighborhoods, etc.
Oaxaca, Mexico. - For Torrentera Lilia G. In a continuing climate of violence in the Triqui region, which to date records at least tens killings, abductions and disappearances, the Democratic Revolution Party, urged install a Concordia and Development Commission in that region. But violence against women Triqui was omitted by lawmakers.
Oaxaca, Mexico. - 2008 represented a difficult year for journalists worldwide. Obtendas figures account for more than 60 murders of journalists, as well as 637 detainees, 929 assaulted or threatened by extinction and 353 media censored.
Oaxaca, Mexico. - For violating Article 134 of the Constitution, the Federal Electoral Institute (IFE) researches over fifty officers of the country, promoting their image with the public treasury resources ahead of the 2009 elections.
Oaxaca, Mexico. - For Torrentera Lilia G. The local legislature LX, awarded the Cultural Prize "Andrés Henestrosa" the renowned anthropologist ERGN Maarten Jansen, leading researcher of the Mesoamerican codices with special attention to the history of the Mixtec culture
Oaxaca, Mexico. -. - The Library Henestrosa Narrative Workshop convenes the youth of January 6 to March 26.
Oaxaca, Mexico. - By Emiliano Parra. - New forms of learning help students develop literacy problems and limitations to understanding the formal, mathematical thinking, reveals Outón Manuel Lemus, Academic Support Coordinator Cuajimalpa Unit Metropolitan Autonomous University (UAM).
Oaxaca, Mexico. - By Oscar Valdivieso. - The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) published the list in which there are nine species of endangered mammals in the world, among which are the Javan rhinoceros, the vaquita , gorilla and giant panda.
Oaxaca, Mexico. - By Francisco Aguirre Saharrea. - Each one of us has the ability to influence our environment in different ways, some of which may promote biodiversity conservation and improvement in the standard of living of citizens and domestic producers.
Oaxaca, Mexico. - At present, only two of 10 Mexicans have internet access, and of these, only a small percentage do it in the best conditions, said Academic Social Research Institute (IIS), UNAM, Raul Trejo Delarbre
Oaxaca, Mexico. - The Library Andrés Henestros convenes French Literature Workshop taught by Marie-Eve Bélanger, University of Québec
Oaxaca, Mexico. - Torture is still rooted in the police investigation systems in the country, according to a study conducted by the national committees and the Federal District Human Rights, which states that two out of three police use torture to clarify any offense.
Oaxaca, Mexico. - On December 24, the American political scientist Samuel Huntington died at the age of 81 years in town of Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts. The author of cpmtrovertido essay "The Clash of Civilizations", left a valuable legacy to political science to anticipate violent conflicts would not be generated by the clash between nation states but have their origin in addressing cultural differences and religious of the great civilizations to keep your subrevivencia.
Oaxaca, Mexico. - Food, beverages and tobacco, as well as other services, education and recreation are the items that most prices have been rising in Mexico in 2008, hit by rising raw material and energy caused by the global crisis
Oaxaca, Mexico. - Civil organizations invite the public to participate in the Community agrececimiento by Mazi good crop of Creole in Zaachila population.
Oaxaca, Mexico. - Civil organizations conducted the meeting and Resistance in Juchitan Voices to analyze the social, economic and political communities suffering from Oaxaca, derived for capitalist neoliberal projects and imposed without consent in the area.
Oaxaca, Mexico. - The Mexican remittances sent from the United States this year will amount to 23 billion dollars, two billion less than in 2007, affecting the economy and the development of communities and migrant sending regions.
Oaxaca, Mexico. - Students of the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN) developed truffle chocolates with antidepressant properties, to provide people with mild and moderate depression a treat that will improve your mood
Oaxaca, Mexico. - The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) said rising unemployment and falling remittances in 2009 because of the global slowdown hit the poorest households in the region
Oaxaca, Mexico. - The National Institute of Medical Sciences and Nutrition "Salvador Zubirán" develop a pilot plan to make special foods for patients with diabetes, and cardiovascular disease hispertensión in the country.
Oaxaca, Mexico. - The International Secretariat of the World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT) has launched a campaign to seek the intervention of the federal and state government to investigate the case of murder and physical assault against two indigenous Chatino by a paramilitary group in Tiltepec population, Nopala.
Oaxaca, Mexico. - Ecoportal.net l launched its call for Ecological Economics sobdre Virtual Course that aims to give social actors, an original way to cooperate in the provision of items to facilitate communities to achieve a harmonious, sustainable , the economic process, centering the Man and His Environment.