Many of the world's poor are forced to weigh up the pros and cons of living in precarious geographies: Risk versus livelihood leaves many with little choice. As food and water security is increasingly endangered by climate change, Dr Abdur Rehman Cheema warns that both the rural and urban poor are sitting in harm's way.
How is genuine social cohesion achieved during that clunky, awkward and artificial practice of "nation building"? Whose voices must be heard and how do program administrators learn from past mistakes? Dimitra Papavassiliou offers some insights and advice for developing processes to achieve social cohesion in post-conflict contexts.
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http://australia.onegoalglobal.org/about A new one goal campaign? There was a 1goal campaign, I worked on it. Global primary out-of-school rate is stuck at 9% since 2007. This is in marked contrast to gains since 2000, when the international community pledged MDG#2. Many of the current 58 million OOSC will never enter a classroom http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0022/002281/228184e.pdf?utm_source=INEE+email+lists&utm_campaign=fec33bacb8-BWB_2014_09_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_710662b6ab-fec33bacb8-8564481 “It is certain that the world will...
This the final article in Oliver White's blog series covering policies and complexities in the global migrant crisis. In this piece, Oliver sums up the issues we're facing and examines some of the challenges that lay ahead in implementing an effective solution, which demands bold leadership.