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Human Rights Dialogues Le dialogue sur les droits humains : en conversation avec Ollen M.K. Mwalubunju Dialogos sobre derechos humanos. Conversación con Ollen M.K. Mwalubunju

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In this conversation Ollen Mwalubunju discusses the politics of exile, the rise of Malawi's popular movement in the early 1990s and its legacies. Further, Mwalubunju discusses at length the struggle by civil society groups to deepen the democratic space that has emerged since the demise of the postcolonial authoritarian regime in 1994. Finally, Mwalubunju reflects on the tensions and complexity of his work as a social activist and the difficulties of promoting the respect and protection of human rights in the current global political and economic conjuncture. This conversation took place in January 2006. Dans ce dialogue, Ollen Mwalunbunju discute la politique d'exile, la montée du mouvement populaire au Malawi au début des années quatre-vingt-dix et ses histoires. En outre, Mwalubunju souligne les contributions et les contradictions des groups de la sociétés civiles au Malawi dans leur lutte pour accroître l'espace démocratique qui s'ouvre depuis la chute de l'état autoritaire post-coloniale en 1994. Il discute également à la longueur la montée d'un mouvement de droits humains au Malawi et de son effort concerté de pousser pour une plus large définition et pratique des droits de l'homme. En conclusion, Mwalubunju réfléchit sur les tensions et la complexité de son travail comme activiste social et les difficultés et les joies d'être engagé dans le travail social de justice dans la conjoncture courante politique et économique globale. Cette conversation a eu lieu en janvier 2006. En esta conversación M discute las políticas del exilio, el origen del movimiento popular en Malawi en los primeros noventay su legado. Ademas M subraya las contradicciones y contribuciones de los grupos de sociedad civil en Malawi en su lucha por profundizar el espacio democratico que emerge desde el fin del Estado autoritario postcolonial en 1994. Tambien discute largamente sobre la vreación del movimiento de derechos humanos en Malawi y sus esfuerzos por lograr una definición y unas prácticas más amplias. Finalmente, M reflexiona sobre las tensiones y la complejidad de su trabajo como activista social y las contradicciones y las alegrías resultantes de su trabajo en la actual coyuntura global. Esta conversación tuvo lugar en Enero de 2006.

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