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The internet presents the opportunity to work all around the world, while sitting on my bum in Higgovale. I will eventually design my own web site(s), but in the meantime, the Magntize initiative offers the platform to have all your work related web details in one place. So, those who are looking for people to work or collaborate with can find out the important stuff on your personal page. Here’s mine and you can get yours:
The most important part of this article for me applies to all minority groups.
Atheists on the March
Anna Spysz | 9th October 2009
Undoubtedly the biggest question facing the organisers was “Why have a march for atheists and agnostics?” “We want to show that there are nonbelievers living in Poland,” Ewelina Podsiad, the chief organiser of the march, told the Krakow Post. According to the MAiA website, the nontheistic minority needs to be recognised because “in a situation when a minority is not visible, it is easy to discriminate against it, to exclude its interests and rights, especially in the crucial area of legislation”.
Read the complete article via Atheists on the March | Krakow Post.