Sunday, May 19, 2019

Why a Democratic New International Economic Order (DNIEO)? by Roland Weyl

Roland Weyl, First Vice President IADL Why a DNIEO When the IADL proposed a DNIEO at its Athens Congress in 1984, it was in relation to...

Edre Olalia: How my friend became another victim of Duterte’s fight against rights defenders

The following article by Edre U. Olalia, president of the National Union of People's Lawyers of the Philippines and member if the IADL Bureau,...

What is a New Democratic International Economic Order and Why Do We Need One?...

Jeanne Mirer, IADL President To answer this question, we must describe in broad terms the dominant features of the current Undemocratic International Economic Order so...