Source: Inter Press Service

All the news from Inter Press Service [ 3367 news items | Now showing page 1 of 169 ]

3

Rating

At Climate Summit, Two Global Energy Alliances Emerge

As the summit of governments known as COP23 reached its conclusion in Bonn, Germany this week, two clear alliances have emerged in the global energy landscape....   [ continue reading...]

6

Rating

Financing Will Continue to be Key Issue in Battling Climate Change

“The Bonn climate talks were foundational, paving the way to finalize the rules that underpin the Paris Agreement next year and setting the stage for coun...   [ continue reading...]

5

Rating

The World is Losing the Battle Against Child Labour

The IV Global Conference on the Sustained Eradication of Child Labour,  which drew nearly 2000 delegates from 190 countries to the Argentine capital, left...   [ continue reading...]

3

Rating

The Birth of a Dictator

The government had an almost paranoid fear of protests. A square kilometer around the Supreme Court was barricaded and off limits to the public. In faraway prov...   [ continue reading...]

6

Rating

Rejoicing in the Other and Celebrating Diversity Are Needed More than Ever to Address the Root-Causes of Intolerance

The Chairman of the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue H. E. Dr. Hanif Hassan Ali Al Qassim deplored the rise of xenophobia, bigotry...   [ continue reading...]

5

Rating

Decent Toilets for Women & Girls Vital for Gender Equality

Tim Wainwright is Chief Executive at WaterAidThe post Decent Toilets for Women & Girls Vital for Gender Equality appeared first on Inter Press Service.   [ continue reading...]

4

Rating

Climate Change: The World’s Poorest Will Judge us by Action

Fekitamoeloa Katoa ‘Utoikamanu is UN High Representative for Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries and Small Island Developing States...   [ continue reading...]

4

Rating

Good to Know (Perhaps) That Food Is Being ‘Nuclearised’

It might sound strange, very strange, but the news is that scientists and experts have been assuring, over and again, that using nuclear applications in agricul...   [ continue reading...]

4

Rating

Coal Pollution Continues to Spread in Latin America

Despite growing global pressure to reduce the use of coal to generate electricity, several countries in Latin America and the Caribbean still have projects unde...   [ continue reading...]

3

Rating

Vanuatu: Community Farms Helping Small Islands Adapt to Climate Change

Here in Vanuatu, the ocean has been getting warmer and more acidic. Scientists are predicting that cyclone patterns will change, we’ll see heavier rainfal...   [ continue reading...]

3

Rating

Climate Change is Already Upon us & Will Only Worsen in Short Term

António Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations, in his address to the UN Climate Change Conference of Parties (COP 23) in BonnThe post Climate...   [ continue reading...]

3

Rating

IOM Learns of ‘Slave Market’ Conditions Endangering Migrants in North Africa

Over the past weekend, IOM staff in Niger and Libya documented shocking events on North African migrant routes, which they have described as ‘slave market...   [ continue reading...]

3

Rating

Girls in Afghanistan—and Everywhere Else—Need Toilets

Heather Barr and Amanda Klasing are senior women’s rights researchers at Human Rights Watch.The post Girls in Afghanistan—and Everywhere Else—...   [ continue reading...]

6

Rating

Mediterranean Migrant Arrivals Reach 157,020 in 2017; Deaths Reach 2,966

IOM, the UN Migration Agency, reports that 157,020 migrants and refugees entered Europe by sea in 2017 through 12 November, with about 75 per cent arriving in I...   [ continue reading...]

6

Rating

How to Ensure Farming is More Than Just a Footnote in Climate Talks

Olga Speckhardt is the Head of Global Insurance Solutions, Syngenta Foundation for Sustainable Agriculture, which has co-hosted a series of side events at COP23...   [ continue reading...]

5

Rating

On Gender Day at Climate Meet, Some Progress, Many Hurdles

“Five years ago, when we first started talking about including gender in the negotiations, the parties asked us, ‘Why gender?’ Today, they are...   [ continue reading...]

4

Rating

Finance Following Growth

Anis Chowdhury, Adjunct Professor, Western Sydney University and the University of New South Wales (Australia). He held senior United Nations positions during 2...   [ continue reading...]

4

Rating

UN Migration Agency Warns of Trafficking, Labour Exploitation, Sexual Abuse of Rohingya Refugees

Human trafficking and exploitation are rife among Rohingya refugees who have fled Myanmar to seek safety in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, according to intervie...   [ continue reading...]

4

Rating

The Mekong, Dammed to Die

In Laos, the lush forests are alive with the whines of drills that pierce the air. On the Mekong, a giant concrete wall rises slowly above the trees. The Don Sa...   [ continue reading...]

3

Rating

Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement calls on Arab and Western societies to stand united against violent extremism

The Chairman of the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue, Dr. Hanif Al Qassim, has deplored the rise of xenophobia, bigotry and margin...   [ continue reading...]

theNewsCollective 3.0 is a customisable news aggregation and search service.

You can get all your non-mainstream news at one location — customisable by a wide list of news sources.

theNewsCollective attempts to give 'air time' to views that much of the advertising-sponsored corporate media often ‘wilfully’ ignores. You will find a range of independent, alternate, marginalised, even dissenting, voices here. More...

Popular tags:

Abortion | Afghanistan | Agriculture | Al-Qaeda | Atrocities | Austerity | Bangladesh | Bankers | Bernie Sanders | Black Lives Matter | Brazil | Brexit | CIA | Caste | China | Civil liberties | Climate change | Congo | Congress | Consumer Advocacy | Corporation | Crime | Cybersecurity | Dalit | Democracy | Democrats | Department of Justic | Diplomacy | Dollar | Donald Trump | Economic crisis | Economics | Egypt | Elections | Environment | Europe | European Union | FBI | Fascism | Finance | Foreign policy | France | Germany | Global warming | Greece | Guantanamo | Hamas | Hate Crime | Healthcare | Hezbollah | Hillary Clinton | Homeland Security | Human Rights | IMF | ISI | ISIS | India | Inequality | Iran | Iraq | Islam | Islamophobia | JNU | Jihad | Jordan | Kurdistan | Kuwait | LGBT | Labour | Lebanon | Media | Medicare | Middle East | Muslim Brotherhood | Myanmar | NATO | NSA | National security | Natural gas | Neoconservatism | Neoliberalism | Netherlands | Nigeria | North Korea | Norway | Nuclear issues | Oil | Osama Bin Laden | Pakistan | Palestine-Israel | Pollution | Poverty | Prohibition | Propaganda | Qatar | RSS | Racism | Refugees | Religion | Renewable Energy | Republicans | Resistance | Russia | Saudi Arabia | Sedition | Social Security | Social media | Somalia | South Africa | Spain | Sudan | Supreme Court | Sustainability | Sweden | Switzerland | Syria | TPP | Taliban | Tea Party | Terrorism | Torture | Tunisia | Turkey | UAE | United Kingdom | United Nations | Venezuela | Vietnam | Wall Street | War crimes | War on Drugs | War on Terror | WikiLeaks | Xenophobia | Yemen |

RSS: thenewscollective.org   RSS Feed

theNewsCollective 3.0 is a customisable news aggregation and search service. You can get all your non-mainstream news at one location. This is an beta release of an experimental, not-for-profit, project. More...

design + code: impellio.com

Home / RSS / About