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How Natural Disasters Undermine Schooling

Erica Chuang is Study Coordinator/Data Analyst -Population Council, Jessie Pinchoff is Associate, Population Council & Stephanie Psaki is Deputy Director, G...   [ continue reading...]

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Global Green Growth Institute appoints Ambassador Hyo-eun (Jenny) Kim as Deputy Director-General for the Green Growth Planning & Implementation Division

The Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) has announced the appointment of Ambassador Hyo-eun (Jenny) Kim as Deputy Director-General for the Green Growth Plannin...   [ continue reading...]

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The Myth that Davos Can Change the World

When the World Economic Forum (WEF) concluded in Davos, Switzerland last week, the outcome of the annual talk-fest was seemingly predictable—plenty of unr...   [ continue reading...]

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Women on the Front Lines of Halting Deforestation

In Zimbabwe, the bulk of rural communities and urban poor still get their energy supplies from the forests, leading to deforestation and land degradation. The Z...   [ continue reading...]

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Renewed Partnership to End Hunger in Africa by 2025

António Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations, addressing a high-level event at the 30th African Union summit in EthiopiaThe post Renewed Par...   [ continue reading...]

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For Millions of Indian Women, Marriage Means Migration

Rekha Rajagopalan, a 26-year-old schoolteacher, migrated to the Indian capital city of New Delhi from southern Chennai in 2015 after her marriage. The reason wa...   [ continue reading...]

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Trump’s 1st State of the Union: Refugee Policy & What Will Likely Go Unsaid

Elizabeth Ferris is a Non-Resident Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy*24The post Trump’s 1st State of the Union: Refugee Policy & What Will Likely Go Unsai...   [ continue reading...]

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Why Release of Two Journalists in Ethiopia Does not Signal End to Press Crackdown

Muthoki Mumo/CPJ East Africa Correspondent and Jonathan Rozen/CPJ Africa The post Why Release of Two Journalists in Ethiopia Does not Signal End to Press Crackd...   [ continue reading...]

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Where We Stand

On the evening of Jan 23, Dawn had the following lead news items on its website: the rape and murder of an eight-year-old child, a follow-up on the death of a y...   [ continue reading...]

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Treat Labourers with Dignity

Improve safety standardsThe post Treat Labourers with Dignity appeared first on Inter Press Service.   [ continue reading...]

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Press Crucial to Nation-building and Must Be Protected Vs Foreign Meddling

What I found very sad in the controversy over the website Rappler is that there really has been little outrage over its vile deed, which is indisputably as foll...   [ continue reading...]

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Breaking Barriers in Bangladesh

It’s nearing 4:30 p.m. on a foggy day, but there seems to be no great hurry amongst the workers to wind up their day in a factory producing high-end desig...   [ continue reading...]

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IOM DG Discusses Migration with Greek, Italian and Nigerians Leaders at WEF Annual Meeting

IOM Director General William Lacy Swing, joined Paolo Gentiloni, Prime Minister of Italy, Alex Tsipras, Prime Minister of Greece and Yemi Osinbajo, Vice Preside...   [ continue reading...]

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Closure of Ethiopia’s Most Notorious Prison: A Sign of Real Reform or Smokescreen? 

Ethiopia’s most notorious prison lurks within the capital’s atmospheric Piazza, the city’s old quarter popular for its party scene at the week...   [ continue reading...]

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Indigenous Peoples & Local Communities Vital to the Global Environment

Katie Reytar and Peter Veit, World Resources InstituteThe post Indigenous Peoples & Local Communities Vital to the Global Environment appeared first on Inte...   [ continue reading...]

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UAE ministers present country’s experience in shaping the future in Davos

Three young ministers in the UAE government have presented the country’s experience in shaping the future, with an emphasis on adopting services technolog...   [ continue reading...]

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Thoughts on the Alcohol Ban for Women

“A majority of the country has criticised the decision to lift the ban arguing it would destroy family culture by getting more women addicted to alcohol&r...   [ continue reading...]

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FAO, IOM Boost Cooperation on Migration

In view of the co-chairmanship of the Global Migration Group (GMG) this year and to further strengthen their collaboration, the Food and Agriculture Organizatio...   [ continue reading...]

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Aid Group Shines Spotlight on the Neglected

Though 2017 was marked by stories of humanitarian disasters around the world, many crises remain under the radar with devastating consequences for those affecte...   [ continue reading...]

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Investing in Better Migration Data Could be Worth Over USD 35 Billion

Could better use of data help turn human mobility into an asset worth tens of billions of dollars? That’s the finding of a study by the UN Migration Agenc...   [ continue reading...]

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