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Trump Poised to Withdraw from Open Skies Treaty

KINGSTON REIF is director of disarmament and threat reduction policy at the Arms Control Association and SHANNON BUGOS, research assistant.

The post Trump Poised to Withdraw from Open Skies Treaty appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(18/10/2019 @ 09:34)

Religious Leaders' Plea to Member States: Honour Your Commitment to the UN

The authors represent RELIGIONS FOR PEACE—the world's largest and most representative multi-religious coalition from several faiths, including Judaism, Orthodox Christianity; Islam; Hinduism and Buddhism

The post Religious Leaders' Plea to Member States: Honour Your Commitment to the UN appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(18/10/2019 @ 09:12)

Africa's Investment Drive Gathers Pace

Headwinds are blowing amid IMF warnings of a “synchronised slowdown” in global economic growth, yet Africa's investment drive is still gathering pace, supported by intense international competition in development finance. Despite the global slowdown, 19 sub-Saharan countries are among nearly 40 emerging markets and developing economies forecast by the IMF to maintain GDP growth rates […]

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(18/10/2019 @ 08:49)

Displaced by the Desert: An expanding Sahara leaves Broken Families and Violence in its Wake

Abdoulaye Maiga proudly displays an album showing photos of him and his family during happier times when they all lived together in their home in northern Mali. Today, these memories seem distant and painful. “We lived happily as a big family before the war and ate and drank as much as we could by growing […]

The post Displaced by the Desert: An expanding Sahara leaves Broken Families and Violence in its Wake appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(18/10/2019 @ 06:42)

Tuberculosis Infections Declining, But Not Fast Enough Among Poor, Marginalised: UN Health Agency

A staggering 1.5 million people died from tuberculosis (TB) last year, the UN health agency said on Thursday, in an appeal for far greater funding and political support to eradicate the curable and preventable disease. Caused by the bacteria Mycobacterium tuberculosis, TB commonly causes persistent coughing, fatigue and weight loss. According to the World Health […]

The post Tuberculosis Infections Declining, But Not Fast Enough Among Poor, Marginalised: UN Health Agency appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(17/10/2019 @ 16:03)

2019 Africa Investment Forum: African Development Bank and partners gear up for new heights

In just a few weeks, the second edition of the annual Africa Investment Forum will kick off in Johannesburg, South Africa, with development finance institutions determined to tackle the continent's infrastructure investment challenges and advance Africa's economic transformation agenda. Africa Investment Forum 2018 broke the mold for regional investments and offered lessons about what can […]

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(17/10/2019 @ 14:02)

Governments, Donors and Investors Must Put Their Money Where Their Mouths are on Gender and Climate Change

Dr Jemimah Njuki works on issues of gender equality in the rural economy including on agriculture and climate resilience. She is an Aspen New Voices Fellow.

The post Governments, Donors and Investors Must Put Their Money Where Their Mouths are on Gender and Climate Change appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(17/10/2019 @ 12:06)

Beaten and Tortured for a Ransom, Lured by the Promise of a Livelihood

This is part of a series of features from across the globe on human trafficking. IPS coverage is supported by the Riana Group.

The post Beaten and Tortured for a Ransom, Lured by the Promise of a Livelihood appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(17/10/2019 @ 06:31)

UN's 75th Anniversary Shadowed by Right-Wing Nationalism, Widespread Authoritarianism & Budgetary Cuts

When the six much-ballyhooed high-level UN meetings concluded late September, there were mixed feelings about the final outcomes. And civil society organizations (CSOs), who were mostly disappointed with the results, are now gearing themselves for two upcoming key climate summit meetings: COP25 in Santiago, Chile in December and COP26 in Glasgow, UK in late 2020, […]

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(17/10/2019 @ 03:07)

Ghana’s Grains and Groundnuts Face Increasing Contamination Amid Increasing Temperatures

Adwoa Frimpomaah, a smallholder farmer from Dandwa, a farming community in Nkoranza, in Ghana’s Bono East Region, and her two children have been consuming insect-infested and discoloured grains produced from their three-acre farm. “Just look, I harvested this maize a week ago and after de-husking, majority of the cobs are either rotten, mouldy, or discoloured. […]

The post Ghana’s Grains and Groundnuts Face Increasing Contamination Amid Increasing Temperatures appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(16/10/2019 @ 08:19)

Holding Transnational Corporations Accountable for Human Rights Abuses

Shayda Naficy is a Senior Program Director at Corporate Accountability. Her areas of expertise include international human rights, global democracy movements, and water privatization and water management*.

 

Ebuata Philip Jakpor, a journalist and passionate advocate for environmental justice, is currently Programme Manager with the Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth Nigeria.

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(16/10/2019 @ 08:15)

Let Plants be Thy Medicine – You Are What You Eat

United Nations World Food Day is celebrated around the world on October 16 under the theme: “Our Actions ARE Our Future. Healthy Diets for a Zero Hunger World”. This theme is timely, especially, because across Africa and around the world, there has been a gradual rise in malnutrition and diet-related non communicable diseases, as highlighted in The […]

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(16/10/2019 @ 06:11)

Election Death Toll Underscores Afghanistan's Fragile Democracy

A wave of bloody Taliban attacks aimed at derailing Afghanistan's recent elections killed and maimed hundreds of people, including children, the United Nations mission to the country said on Tuesday. The U.N. Assistance Mission in Afghanistan, known as UNAMA, documented some 100 attacks in the country's election period, from Jun. 8 to Sept. 30, which […]

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(16/10/2019 @ 05:38)

The Future of Asia-Pacific's Cities

UN Forum opens with call for decisive action in cities to deliver on SDG targets

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(15/10/2019 @ 14:52)

Global Challenges for the ‘NextGen'

Professor Lindsay Falvey, who will be presented with the 2019 Crawford Fund medal on World Food Day for remaining practically and passionately committed, for over four decades, to the international contributions agricultural science makes to food security.

The post Global Challenges for the ‘NextGen' appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(15/10/2019 @ 14:35)

A Major Step Forward in Reducing Food Loss and Waste is Critical to Achieve the SDGs

A new FAO report launched today by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization provides insights into how much food is lost – as well as where and why – at different stages of the food supply chain, calls for informed decisions for an effective reduction and offers new ways to measure progress. This will not […]

The post A Major Step Forward in Reducing Food Loss and Waste is Critical to Achieve the SDGs appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(15/10/2019 @ 11:27)

OECD Tax Reform Proposal Could Be Better

The OECD Secretariat published its proposed ‘unified approach' to reform international tax rules to address tax challenges posed by digitalization on 9 October 2019. Under current rules, there is little chance of a company being taxed without its physical presence in the country concerned. But digitalization enables many businesses to remotely conduct economic activities affecting […]

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(15/10/2019 @ 09:13)

Vibrant Civil Society Essential for Sustainable Development in Iran

Sohrab Razzaghi is Executive Director of Volunteer Activists Institute a non-profit, non-governmental, non-political and independent institute, whose primary aim is capacity building among activists and civil society organizations for democracy, human rights and peace building within Iranian society and communities in the MENA region.

 
Masana Ndinga-Kanga is MENA Advocacy Lead at CIVICUS, an alliance of 7000 civil society partners around the world.

The post Vibrant Civil Society Essential for Sustainable Development in Iran appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(15/10/2019 @ 08:49)

Stop the Waste: UN Food Agencies Call for Action to Reduce Global Hunger

With one-third of food produced for human consumption lost or wasted, and millions still going hungry, the UN's food-related agencies are shining a spotlight on the issue: on Monday, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) published its annual State of Food and Agriculture report with findings that could lead to a reduction in food loss […]

The post Stop the Waste: UN Food Agencies Call for Action to Reduce Global Hunger appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(15/10/2019 @ 08:09)

The IPCC's Special Report on Oceans and Cryosphere – What it means for Africa's coastal cities

Kate Strachan, Professional Officer for Climate Change and Coastal Management at ICLEI Africa, reflects on what the IPCC's latest Special Report means for Africa's low-lying coastal cities

The post The IPCC's Special Report on Oceans and Cryosphere – What it means for Africa's coastal cities appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(15/10/2019 @ 06:12)

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Spécial : réforme Bac 2021
- Nature et durée des épreuves terminales , Bac G et T - session 2021:  BO n° 34 du 19 septembre 2019
- Eduscol: Ressources en ETLV- Enseignement de spécialité "Langues, litteratures et cultures étrangères et régionales de la classe terminale de la voie générale":BO spécial n° 8 du 25 juillet 2019
- Eduscol : série de  Sujets Zéro pour les nouvelles épreuves du Bac 2021.- Enseignement de spécialité LLCER: Programme limitatif pour l'enseignement de spécialité LLCER Anglais : BO n°22 du 29 mai 2019
- Baccalauréat général et technologique: Épreuves communes de contrôle continu de langues vivantes A et B - session 2021:BO n°17 du 25 avril 2019
- Baccalauréat général: Épreuves communes de contrôle continu de spécialité suivis uniquement pendant la classe de première de la voie générale - session 2021- BO n°17 du 25 avril 2019
- Nouveaux programmes du lycée
:  BO spécial n°1 du 22 janvier 2019.
- Vers le BAC 2021
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