With roughly six weeks left under the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) – a set of eight universally-agreed goals adopted in 2000 to rid the world of extreme poverty and disease by 2015 – global leaders, diplomats and health...
Credit: WaterAid By Thalif Deen UNITED NATIONS, Oct 20 2015 (IPS) U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry last week turned the spotlight on the “record number” of extreme weather-related events the world is witnessing these days.
By Paloma Duran UNITED NATIONS, Oct 16 2015 (IPS) Increasingly gender equality, rooted in human rights, is recognized both as a key development goal on its own and as a vital means to helping accelerate sustainable development.
By Arnab Jyoti Das NEW DELHI, INDIA, Nov 19 2015 (IPS) Few countries in the world are as vulnerable to the effects of climate change as India is with its vast population (of over 1.2 billion) that is dependent on the growth of its agrarian economy,...
By Thalif Deen UNITED NATIONS, Oct 23 2015 (IPS) Civil society groups have expressed disappointment over the outcome of the final round of U.N. climate change negotiations in Bonn — 38 days ahead of the upcoming summit in Paris.
By Tharanga Yakupitiyage UNITED NATIONS, Oct 20 2015 (IPS) Although the status of women has improved in many areas over the last 20 years, progress continues to be slow, according to the UN’s Department for Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) which...
To achieve real change for poor people, the business as usual approach I saw at the U.N. over the last few days won’t be good enough. The climate conference in Paris in December will be the first test.
The grave situation facing refugees and economic migrants in Europe can only be resolved through the concerted actions of the very countries – and others – that precipitated the crisis.
Jan Servaes's insight:
The current crisis in Europe is of our own making, not of those who seek asylum or economic stability. It is not someone else’s “problem” and it can only be resolved in ways that recognize equality, dignity, and genuine need.
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