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- Women of Kosovo: a mirage of freedom and equality
Women of Kosovo: a mirage of freedom and equality | openDemocracy
And our knuckles gradually regained colour! And a recessed grab handle beside the passenger seat came in handy too.
Powered by a hp Yamaha fourstroke, the test boat packed quite a punch. So, how much will a Freedom Mirage set you back? It utilises electronic fuel injection for crisp, consistent performance, with unprecedented quietness, clean emissions and fuel economy. This hp four-stroke outboard actually weighs less than its two-stroke carbureted predecessor.
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V4 two-stroke engine options are available. Feet Metres. Sold Only. The hardliners in Iran have continually sent Rouhani indirect messages to show him that he will not be able to change things in Iran, with the newest example being the documentary called I Am Rouhani. Prominent human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotodeh released an open letter to the UN High Commissioner for Iran to also break the silence and bring about discourse of accountability for the attacks that took place in Evin on the 17 April The call for accountably became louder after reports that families of the ward prisoners were threatened, attacked and beaten on Thursday and Friday of last week, many of whom were later arrested, again in a show of brutality by the Iranian guard.
Women of Kosovo: a mirage of freedom and equality
Similarly I wonder about the freedom of open educational resources and personal learning networks. How open and free are they when they are often dependent on commercial services?
Traditional learning management systems are often criticised for being walled gardens and therefore offering less freedom than using social media but we fail to see the lack of freedom involved in letting for-profit companies store our data. How free are you when the company decides to start charging for the service or pulls the plug completely?
Even if your resources have open Creative Commons license and are thereby open and free to use they are often stored on commercial services like Flickr, Google, Dropbox etc. So is freedom just a mirage?
Do we have to choose between the two interpretations of freedom described here or is there a way to collaborate, store, create and share online without getting tied into commercial services.