EFAU Issue One

No. 1 - Autumn Equinox 1991

WORLDWIDE RAINFOREST PROTESTS INTENSIFY! As the tribal people of Sarawak continued their brave struggle for their rainforest homelands, activists around the world joined them in solidarity actions to draw attention to the rape of the forests. In 7 western countries and in Sarawak itself western people expressed outrage at the rainforest destruction and human rights abuses in Sarawak. SOS SARAWAK! The rainforests of Sarawak, on the island of Borneo, are considered by biologists to be the oldest and most biologically diverse in the world. [Read More]
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EFAU Issue Two

No. 1 - Winter 1991

Issue 2 FEATURE : HOT SPRING 98 In the first six months of 1998 the national, regional and international processes will see a wave of conferences, meetings, summits and back room hand shakes, aiming at consolidating the economic and political power of a handful of transnational corporations. Hot Spring is an initiative aimed at uniting people’s action against corporate rule and laying down a challenge to corporate led governments and transnational corporations. [Read More]
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You can write regular markdown here and Hugo will automatically convert it to a nice webpage. I strongly encourage you to take 5 minutes to learn how to write in markdown - it’ll teach you how to transform regular text into bold/italics/headings/tables/etc. The Debt Crisis 10th May Three banks in Leicester were the focus for protests about the High Street Banks’ involvement in the continuing 3rd World Debt Crisis. About 60 activists dressed as chickens, parrots, tomatoes, and various other animals and vegetables wandered into Lloyds, Barclays and Midland and chained themselves inside the banks. [Read More]
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