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Journalism for Democracy, Caught Between Bullets and Censorship in Latin America

The murder of journalists and changing forms of censorship show that freedom of expression and information are still under siege in Latin America, particularly in the countries with the greatest social upheaval and political polarisation. Journalism “maintains a central role in the work for democracy in the region, although it suffers persecution of the media, […]

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(22/09/2018 @ 21:27)

Chairman of the Geneva Centre: World Conference outcome declaration contributes to the realization of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights

The World Conference outcome declaration entitled “Moving towards greater spiritual convergence worldwide in support of equal citizenship rights” reaffirms its commitment to the 1948 Universal Declaration on Human Rights (hereinafter “UDHR”) to promote peace, mutual respect and understanding across civilizations, cultures and generations, Dr. Al Qassim said on the occasion of the 2018 World Day […]

The post Chairman of the Geneva Centre: World Conference outcome declaration contributes to the realization of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(21/09/2018 @ 09:36)

Ethiopian Domestic Workers Battle for Survival in Saudi Arabia

Marjani F, 44, spent 8 years in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia's capital working as domestic help. “My husband was killed by the military after being accused of organizing a protest. I have four children and there was no way I could pay the bills staying there,” she says. For nearly a decade, she lived and worked […]

The post Ethiopian Domestic Workers Battle for Survival in Saudi Arabia appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(21/09/2018 @ 09:08)

Experts Call For Global Momentum on Gender Parity

The world's most important meeting is underway in New York, providing yet another opportunity for world leaders to discuss a wide array of issues such as peace, security and sustainable development. And experts stress that the role women have to play in addressing these issues cannot be over-emphasised. “Of the six United Nations organs, it […]

The post Experts Call For Global Momentum on Gender Parity appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(21/09/2018 @ 08:45)

Recognising the Debilitating Nature Conflict Has on Food Security

Nyalen Kuong and her daughters fled to safety after an attack on their village in South Sudan in which Kuong’s husband and two sons where killed and the family's cattle lost. Kuong, her daughters and other families from their village fled to islands surrounded by swamp land. There, she had little to eat. And soon […]

The post Recognising the Debilitating Nature Conflict Has on Food Security appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(21/09/2018 @ 05:00)

Freezing Inside UAE's High Rise Buildings While Temperatures Soar Outside

“Look at these tall, beautiful buildings. I have worked as a mason during the construction and was one of those who laid [the brickwork] brick by brick,” says Mohammed Akhtar* who has been working as mason for over a decade in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). Akhtar has seen the evolution of Dubai's skyline over […]

The post Freezing Inside UAE's High Rise Buildings While Temperatures Soar Outside appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(20/09/2018 @ 09:43)

First Steps Towards a Global Agreement on the High Seas

Andrew Norton is director, International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)

The post First Steps Towards a Global Agreement on the High Seas appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(20/09/2018 @ 08:08)

Unfinished Business – Nurture entrepreneurs, connect the dots between youth, innovation, and jobs toward green growth

Juhern Kim is Manager, Greenpreneurs Program

The post Unfinished Business – Nurture entrepreneurs, connect the dots between youth, innovation, and jobs toward green growth appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(20/09/2018 @ 07:35)

Indigenous Peoples Link Their Development to Clean Energies

Achuar indigenous communities in Ecuador are turning to the sun to generate electricity for their homes and transport themselves in canoes with solar panels along the rivers of their territory in the Amazon rainforest, just one illustration of how indigenous people are seeking clean energies as a partner for sustainable development. “We want to generate […]

The post Indigenous Peoples Link Their Development to Clean Energies appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(19/09/2018 @ 20:27)

Levelling the Playing Field for Persons with Disabilities in the United States

This article is part of a series of stories on disability inclusion.

The post Levelling the Playing Field for Persons with Disabilities in the United States appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(19/09/2018 @ 08:10)

UN Expects More Upheavals as Trump's Foreign Policy Runs Wild

The unpredictable Donald Trump, described by some as a human wrecking ball, will be walking down his own path of self-inflicted destruction when he visits the United Nations next week. The volatile American president's unorthodox and reckless foreign policy has already reverberated throughout the United Nations: a $300 million reduction in funding to the UN […]

The post UN Expects More Upheavals as Trump's Foreign Policy Runs Wild appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(19/09/2018 @ 06:22)

The Cambodian Port City on China's 21st Century Silk Road That's Becoming the New Macau

Kris Janssens is a Belgian reporter based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. His goal is to tell extraordinary stories about ordinary people throughout Southeast Asia.

The post The Cambodian Port City on China's 21st Century Silk Road That's Becoming the New Macau appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(19/09/2018 @ 06:17)

FNC Parliamentary Division affirms UAE's leading role in attaining 2030 SDGs

The Federal National Council, FNC, Parliamentary Division has affirmed that the UAE's clear development and many regional and international reports and indexes highlight the country’s leading role in implementing the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs, 2030. It also noted that the country has created a plan to implement these goals, as part of its strategies […]

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(19/09/2018 @ 05:59)

Bill Gates thanks UAE for role in the fight to end world poverty

The philanthropist Bill Gates has thanked the UAE for its support in working to eliminate deadly diseases and reduce world poverty. Mr Gates was speaking on the eve of the launch of the 2018 Goalkeepers Report, produced by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and which measures progress towards goals for sustainable development by 2030 […]

The post Bill Gates thanks UAE for role in the fight to end world poverty appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(19/09/2018 @ 04:25)

UN Agencies Launch Environmental Protection and Resilience Project for Host Communities and Refugees in Bangladesh

Families living in the world's largest refugee camp in the past week received the first 2,500 stoves and liquid petroleum gas (LPG) cylinders that are part of a United Nations project to protect the environment and build resilience for people living in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. The “SAFE Plus” (Safe Approaches to Fuel and Energy Plus […]

The post UN Agencies Launch Environmental Protection and Resilience Project for Host Communities and Refugees in Bangladesh appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(18/09/2018 @ 11:14)

An Urgent Need to Turn Down Rhetoric Against Migrants & Refugees

Carl Soderbergh is Director of Policy & Communications, Minority Rights Group International

The post An Urgent Need to Turn Down Rhetoric Against Migrants & Refugees appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(18/09/2018 @ 11:02)

Finding Comfort at Home: Soran's Journey

Soran left Kurdistan in 2015, in search of better opportunities for himself and his young family in Germany. Here is his account of the journey to Europe, and the decision to come back home. “In August 2015, lack of employment and the general gloomy atmosphere caused by the economic crisis here encouraged me to think […]

The post Finding Comfort at Home: Soran's Journey appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(18/09/2018 @ 10:08)

In the Race to Achieve Zero Hunger and Mitigate Climate Change, We Must Look Down — to the Soil

Esther Ngumbi is Distinguished Post Doctoral Researcher, Entomology Department at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, Illinois. She was the 2015 Clinton Global University (CGI U) Mentor for Agriculture and 2015 New Voices Fellow at the Aspen Institute.

The post In the Race to Achieve Zero Hunger and Mitigate Climate Change, We Must Look Down — to the Soil appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(18/09/2018 @ 05:41)

Another global financial crisis for developing countries?

George Soros, Bill Gates and other pundits have been predicting another financial crisis. In their recent book, Revolution Required: The Ticking Bombs of the G7 Model, Peter Dittus and Herve Hamoun, former senior officials of the Bank of International Settlements, warned of ‘ticking time bombs' in the global financial system waiting to explode, mainly due […]

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(18/09/2018 @ 05:05)

Crisis Drives Nicaragua to an Economic and Social Precipice

Five months after the outbreak of mass protests in Nicaragua, in addition to the more than 300 deaths, the crisis has had visible consequences in terms of increased poverty and migration, as well as the international isolation of the government and a wave of repression that continues unabated. àlvaro Leiva, director of the non-governmental Nicaraguan […]

The post Crisis Drives Nicaragua to an Economic and Social Precipice appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(17/09/2018 @ 14:07)

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