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Asia's Landlocked

Andrzej Bolesta is Economic Affairs Officer, Macroeconomic Policy and Financing for Development Division at the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP)

The post Asia's Landlocked appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(21/01/2019 @ 11:41)

Strangers in the Land: A Congolese Murder Case

A man walks down the street.
It's a street in a strange world.
Maybe it's the Third World.
Maybe it's his first time around.
He doesn't speak the language.
He holds no currency.
He is a foreign man.
He is surrounded by the sound.
The sound!
Cattle in the marketplace,
scatterlings and orphanages.
He looks around, around.

The post Strangers in the Land: A Congolese Murder Case appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(21/01/2019 @ 10:57)

Moving Beyond Just Building Toilets

One of the most laudable initiatives of the current government's regime is the Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) that was launched on Oct 2, 2014, with a larger vision of a clean India. The critical aspect of the mission was that—unlike many of the movements that preceded it—this had a measurable outcome (making India open defecation […]

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(21/01/2019 @ 10:29)

Eat Plants, Save the Planet

While the modern agricultural system has helped stave off famines and feed the world's 7 billion residents, the way we eat and produce food is posing a threat to future populations' food security. With an expected increase in population to 10 billion in 2050, ensuring food security is more important than ever. However, current food […]

The post Eat Plants, Save the Planet appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(21/01/2019 @ 07:17)

Moving Beyond South Korea's Hierarchal Business Structure for Sustainable Green Growth

Despite the international rise of South Korean businesses like Samsung, Hyundai and LG as global powerhouses, the corporate culture in this East Asian nation is often known to have a vertically rigid command line. “When you have a good idea, you'd rather wait until you earn trust from your boss,” says Kim Chull-Soo, 42, who […]

The post Moving Beyond South Korea's Hierarchal Business Structure for Sustainable Green Growth appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(21/01/2019 @ 06:51)

Family Farming Wages a Difficult Battle in Argentina

“Our philosophy is based on two principles: zero tolerance of pesticides or bosses,” says Leandro Ladràº, while he puts tomatoes and carrots in the ecological bag held by a customer, in a large market in the Argentine capital, located between warehouses and rusty old railroad cars. Leandro and Malena Vecellio are a young couple who […]

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(21/01/2019 @ 04:17)

Bangladesh to see 3rd fastest rise of the rich

Bangladesh will see the third quickest growth in the number of high net-worth individuals in the world in the next five years, according to a new report of New York-based research firm Wealth-X. The country’s high net worth (HNW) population with a net worth of $1 million to $30 million will expand by a compound […]

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(20/01/2019 @ 16:02)

‘Frustrated’ UN chief criticises Myanmar

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Friday criticized as “too slow” Myanmar’s efforts to allow the return of Rohingya Muslim refugees, describing the lack of progress as a source of “enormous frustration.” More than 720,000 Rohingya are living in camps in Bangladesh after they were driven out of Myanmar’s northern Rakhine state during a military campaign […]

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(20/01/2019 @ 12:36)

Rohingya crisis: Issues and challenges that have emerged

To date, much has been written and said about the Rohingya crisis. The regime in Naypyidaw has literally flouted all international laws and evaded pressures from the international community. Myanmar is now accusing Bangladesh for the delay in repatriation and at the same time plotting more atrocities against Rohingyas in Rakhine state. Last week, the […]

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(19/01/2019 @ 12:10)

Bangladesh has the answer to polythene menace

This report is produced by UNB United News of Bangladesh and IPS Inter Press Service.

The post Bangladesh has the answer to polythene menace appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(18/01/2019 @ 16:26)

Quenching Humanity's Freshwater Thirst Creates a Salty Threat

Vladimir Smakhtin is Director, and Manzoor Qadir is Assistant Director, of the UN University Institute for Water, Environment and Health (UNU-INWEH) in Canada, hosted by the Government of Canada and McMaster University. Edward Jones, who worked on the paper at UNU-INWEH, is now a researcher at Wageningen University, The Netherlands

The post Quenching Humanity's Freshwater Thirst Creates a Salty Threat appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(18/01/2019 @ 11:09)

Davos, Inequality & the Climate Emergency

Daniel Mittler is the Political Director of Greenpeace International and is on the steering committee of the global Fight Inequality alliance.

The post Davos, Inequality & the Climate Emergency appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(18/01/2019 @ 10:39)

Q&A: 17 Percent of the Problem, but 30 Percent of the Solution

IPS Correspondent Tharanga Yakupitiyage interviews United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) Coordinator of Freshwater, Land, and Climate Branch TIM CHRISTOPHERSEN

The post Q&A: 17 Percent of the Problem, but 30 Percent of the Solution appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(18/01/2019 @ 06:46)

Bloomberg sees PH as Asia's turnaround story in 2019

The new year as a season of possibility is looking better and better for the Philippines. Better than the SWS surveys that said that most Filipinos are looking at 2019 with optimism, and that more Filipinos rate themselves as poor, is Bloomberg's upbeat report on the Philippine economy. The news agency and broadcast network projects […]

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(17/01/2019 @ 12:51)

Syria’s Kurds: The new frontline in confronting Iran and Turkey

US President Donald J Trump’s threat to devastate Turkey’s economy if Turkish troops attack Syrian Kurds allied with the United States in the wake of the announced withdrawal of American forces potentially serves his broader goal of letting regional forces fight for common goals like countering Iranian influence in Syria. Mr Trump’s threat coupled with […]

The post Syria’s Kurds: The new frontline in confronting Iran and Turkey appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(17/01/2019 @ 12:37)

Struggles That Make the Land Proud

From the desk of the Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research

The post Struggles That Make the Land Proud appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(17/01/2019 @ 11:50)

We Are Sorry For The Inconvenience, But This Is A Revolution.

From the Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research

The post We Are Sorry For The Inconvenience, But This Is A Revolution. appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(17/01/2019 @ 11:22)

Wasting & Dining: the New Water Dilemma

Professor Jan Lundqvist is Senior Advisor at the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI)

The post Wasting & Dining: the New Water Dilemma appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(17/01/2019 @ 07:12)

Experience With Irregular Migration is the Best Teacher

The International Organization For Migration (IOM) has taken its campaign against irregular migration to schools in Nigeria. The school campaigns are meant to educate children who are among victims of human traffickers. After being recruited, victims of traffickers are made to embark on dangerous irregular journeys through the desert and by sea in an attempt […]

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(17/01/2019 @ 06:41)

Survey on UN Sexual Abuse Shifts Focus on Virtual Fugitives from Justice

A survey of sexual harassment at the United Nations has uncomfortably shifted the focus to some of the senior UN officials who have either escaped censure – or punishment– despite a rash of charges against them, including abuse and misconduct. Paula Donovan, a women's rights activist and co-Director of AIDS-Free World and Code Blue Campaign, […]

The post Survey on UN Sexual Abuse Shifts Focus on Virtual Fugitives from Justice appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(17/01/2019 @ 06:36)

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