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5 outils gratuits pour créer un sondage sur Twitter

5 outils gratuits pour créer un sondage sur Twitter | innovation sociale | Scoop.it
“ Vous avez besoin de demander l'avis de vos abonnés ? Voici 5 outils gratuits pour créer un sondage sur Twitter...”
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VIDEO: "Who Profits From Poverty?" - Doing Good Responsibly

VIDEO:  "Who Profits From Poverty?" - Doing Good Responsibly | innovation sociale | Scoop.it
Next Billion, July 29, 1013 The #GlobalPOV Project With Ananya Roy ▶ "WHO PROFITS FROM POVERTY?" - YouTube http://ow.ly/qqYpA There are so many different ways to fight poverty, and it's getting easier every day for people from all walks of life to get involved in doing so. But such unprecedented and growing opportunity to do good also carries the risk of repeating past mistakes at an unprecedented and growing scale. Professor Ananya Roy, at the University of California at Berkeley, takes a class of around 700 undergraduates each fall semester on a journey walking the fine line between that opportunity and risk, or in her words, "the impossible space between the hubris of benevolence and the paralysis of cynicism." Who do we view as poor? When and how does it become anyone's responsibility to "do something" to help the poor? Can we shop to end poverty? Who profits from poverty? That last question, examined in the third of the four videos (EMBEDDED IN THIS ARTICLE) currently released, strikes particularly close to the heart of the NextBillion community. Taking on directly the idea of the "fortune at the bottom of the pyramid," Roy and Abby illustrate with words and pictures the opportunity, risk, and history of creating markets for the poor. Not all of that history has been good for the poor, in fact much of it has been very costly for them while generating plenty of profits for the privileged and wealthy. "As poverty has become more visible, and there's been a lot of attention to the bottom billion, there also lies the danger of predatory poverty markets," says Roy. "That's not to say that all poverty markets or all forms of bottom-billion capitalism are necessarily predatory, but clearly some are, and there is a long history to this. It's not new."... http://www.nextbillion.net/blogpost.aspx?blogid=3413 Nation of Change, December 15, 2013 ▶ THE SORRY SECRET OF U.S. HIGHER EDUCATION: A GROWING NUMBER OF ACADEMIC POOR http://www.nationofchange.org/poor-educational-system-1387120017 Al Jazeera America, December 11, 2013 ▶ HARDWORKING YET STILL HOMELESS IN TODAY' AMERICA - 3.5 MILLION http://america.aljazeera.com/articles/2013/12/11/homelessness-hungerreportmayors.html The Guardian, December 10, 2013 ▶ UK WELFARE REFORMS CUT FOOD BUDGETS TO AS LOW AS £20 A WEEK http://www.theguardian.com/society/2013/dec/10/welfare-reforms-cut-family-food-budgets?CMP=EMCSOCEML657 Just Means, December 13, 2013 -▶ THE B CORP REVOLUTION: INVESTING FROM THE HEART http://www.justmeans.com/blogs/the-b-corp-revolution-investing-from-the-heart EXPLOSIVE REPORT ▶ 'ALEC' , CORPORATIONS AND STATE LEGISLATURES PLATFORM PLAN US-WIDE ASSAULT ON EDUCATION, HEALTHCARE, INCOME TAX AND ENVIRONMENT Conservative groups and State Legislatures across the US are planning a co-ordinated assault against public sector rights and services in the key areas of education, healthcare, income tax, workers' compensation and the environment, documents obtained by the Guardian reveal. http://sco.lt/6dyHEf Common Dreams, November 1, 2013 ▶ HOW ECONOMIC GROWTH HAS BECOME ANTI-LIFE http://www.commondreams.org/view/2013/11/01-2 ▶ "CAN WE SHOP TO END POVERTY" With Ananya Roy Global Envision: Exploring Market-driven Solutions to Poverty http://www.globalenvision.org/2013/08/06/%E2%80%9Ccan-we-shop-end-poverty%E2%80%9D - YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mpuf-N66CGI ▶ ON THE BACKS OF THE POOR : 2012 CORPORATE PROFITS HIT RECORD HIGH WHILE WORKER WAGES HIT RECORD LOW http://sco.lt/64Y1Tt CSRWire, December 12, 2013 ▶ AMID DEBATE OVER MINIMUM WAGE, NEW REPORT SHOWS TAXPAYERS SUBSIDIZE CORPORATE PAY http://www.csrwire.com/blog/posts/1144-amid-debate-over-minimum-wage-new-report-shows-taxpayers-subsidize-corporate-pay WATCH Moyers and Company ▶ HUNGER, OBESITY AND SOARING CORPORATE PROFITS http://sco.lt/4xg9Z3 ▶ PASSING THE BUCK: MORE THAN HALF OF U.S. FAST FOOD WORKER ON PUBLIC AID, REPORT SAYS http://sco.lt/7sWeQL ▶ FOOD, SLAVE LABOR AND THE WALMARTIZATION OF AMERICA http://sco.lt/78eyx7 VIDEO ▶ "WHO SEES POVERTY" With Ananya Roy - YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrW8ier__4Q WATCH "POOR KIDS" PBS Frontline Investigation FRONTLINE explores the economic crisis as it's rarely seen: through the eyes of children http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/poor-kids/ World Watch Institute ▶ WHEN CORPORATIONS GO BAD: THE EVOLVING CORPORATION http://www.worldwatch.org/node/575 ▶ INDIA MANDATES WORLD'S FIRST CORPORATE CHARITABLE GIVING LAW http://sco.lt/86m7If ▶ WHY SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY SHOULD BE PART OF EVERY BUSINESS http://sco.lt/4tfKhV ▶ MORALITY IS MISSING FROM THE DEBATE ABOUT SUSTAINABLE BEHAVIOUR http://sco.lt/4sveFd WATCH More Videos From The #GlobalPOV Project University of California, Berkeley http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0deJfPUj1f8#t=267 ▶ "WILL HOPE END INEQUALITY? With Genevieve Negrón Gonzales https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KmtfIWLvt_Q ▶ A 21st CENTURY COOPERATIVE WAY TO A FLOURISHING FUTURE: SELF-SUFFICIENT COMMUNITIES http://sco.lt/8roT21 ▶ THE INDUSTRIAL MILITARY COMPLEX MINDSET AND CSR: SHARING AND COOPERATION v COMPETITION AND ENDLESS CONSUMPTION http://sco.lt/5jRulN Project Syndicate, November 3, 2013 ▶ THE BUSINESS OF BUSINESS IS MORE THAN BUSINESS by Laura Tyson - http://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/on-why-companies-must-pursue-more-than-profit-maximization-by-laura-tyson June 30, 2014 Global Possibilities ▶ AMERICA'S POOR ARE DEMONIZED TO JUSTIFY HUGE CUTS IN GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS WHILE FUNDING CORPORATE WELFARE http://www.globalpossibilities.org/greg-kaufman-americas-poor-are-demonized-to-justify-huge-cuts-in-govt-prgrams/ Inter Press Service, October 9, 2013 ▶ WALKING AN ECONOMIC TIGHTROPE WITH NO SAFETY NET UNITED NATIONS, Oct 16 2013 (IPS) - With the richest one percent of the population now owning 40 percent of global assets, and the bottom half sharing just one percent, inequality is fast being recognised as a stubborn underlying obstacle to development. http://www.ipsnews.net/2013/10/walking-an-economic-tightrope-with-no-safety-net/ Guardian Global Development, September 20, 2013 ▶ NGOs NO LONGER SET THE AGENDA FOR CSR AND DEVELOPMENT, SAY CEOS The joint CEO/NGO study from the UN Global Compact and Accenture report shows a business community largely committed to sustainability issues, with 93% of respondents saying that environmental, social and governance issues are important to the future of their business. There is also a clear broadening of private sector ambition away from the more traditional CSR issues towards wider global development concerns. A vast majority (84%) of CEOs believe that business should lead efforts to define and deliver new goals on global priority issues and 16% include poverty eradication among their top three sustainability priorities. http://www.theguardian.com/global-development-professionals-network/2013/sep/20/ngos-no-longer-set-agenda-development?CMP=twt_gu ▶ THE TRAGEDY OF THE MARKET, THE PROMISE OF THE COMMONS http://sco.lt/9A468P ▶ BUSINESS SHOULD CONTRIBUTE TO SOCIAL HEALTH AND WELL BEING OF THEIR LOCAL COMMUNITIES http://sco.lt/8aEijR ▶ ECO-SPIRITUALITY: TOWARDS A VALUES-BASED ECONOMIC STRUCTURE http://sco.lt/7tcgQj ▶ 2012 IN RETROSPECT: AN OPEN LETTER TO HUMANITY, FROM MOTHER EARTH - Danielle Lanyard CSR Wire http://www.csrwire.com/blog/posts/638-2012-in-retrospect-an-open-letter-to-humanity-from-mother-earth ▶ ENOUGHNESS: WESTERN THOUGHT vs INDIGENOUS PHILOSOPHY http://sco.lt/6EFbPt June 17, 2013 Guardian Global Development - John Vidal ▶ A VOICE FOR THE POOR: LA VIA CAMPESINA, WORLD'S LARGEST POLITICAL MOVEMENT, TO CHALLENGE MULTI-NATIONALS ON POVERTY AND INEQUALITY '"We have no choice but to change the system" http://www.guardian.co.uk/global-development/2013/jun/17/la-via-campesina-henry-saragih?CMP=EMCGBLEML1625 ▶ THE WORLD IS SITTING ON A CONSUMPTION TIME BOMB http://sco.lt/7sR3eT ▶ BUSINESS AND HUMANITY ARE NOT SEPARATE FROM NATURE http://sco.lt/8gLwmH ▶ INNOVATION FOR A COMPLEX WORLD: PROMOTING THE WELL BEING OF HUMANITY http://sco.lt/5Z51bV AN AWKWARD TRUTH: BANGLADESH FACTORIES A WAY UP FOR WOMEN (THE BANGLADESH FACTORY COLLAPSE: WHY CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVER http://sco.lt/7QSajh Forbes, October 17, 2013 ▶ CAN WOMEN LEAD THE SOCIAL ENTERPRISE REVOLUTION? http://www.forbes.com/sites/yec/2013/10/17/can-women-lead-the-social-enterprise-revolution/ CSRwire Talkback, Hazel Henderson, November 1, 2013 ▶ THE UNITED NATIONS IS STILL INDISPENSABLE ! The meeting of the UN Global Compact’s Leadership Summit in September showcased women’s leadership, bringing sustainability values into business schools and promoting human empowerment.... http://www.csrwire.com/blog/posts/1087-the-united-nations-is-still-indispensable VIDEO Philippines: ▶ CORPORATE HUBRIS AND MILITARY FORCES TAKE AND DESTROY INDIGENOUS LANDS, LIVELIHOODS AND FORESTS..... SIMPLY FOR PROFIT http://sco.lt/5XuIld ▶ ESSAY: ECOLOGY IS THE MEANING OF LIFE: EMBRACING A SENSE OF "ENOUGHNESS" http://sco.lt/67IGXZ ▶ ERADICATING ECOCIDE AND GENOCIDE: WHY BUSINESS LEADERS MUST STEP UP TO THE CHALLENGE http://sco.lt/56vkOH
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Pourquoi la fondation Gates finance Total, Coca et McDo

Pourquoi la fondation Gates finance Total, Coca et McDo | innovation sociale | Scoop.it
“ Censée se préoccuper de santé, d'éducation et de nutrition, la fondation Bill et Melinda Gates investit en toute bonne conscience dans la malbouffe, les prisons et le pétrole. Explications du spécialiste de la philanthropie Sylvain Lefèvre.”
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First Jobs Demand a Fresh Perspective

First Jobs Demand a Fresh Perspective | innovation sociale | Scoop.it
“ How managers can help their youngest hires make the transition to office life.”
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The Economy of Enough : A Better Plan Than 'Endless Growth'

The Economy of Enough : A Better Plan Than 'Endless Growth' | innovation sociale | Scoop.it
Feb 25, 2012 Common Dreams -▶ To build a successful economy of enough, we would first need to eliminate the "growth imperative"—... .....The thinking is that if we could just get people to produce and consume more stuff, then we could also pay off the debt, create jobs, eradicate poverty, and maybe even have some money left over to clean up the environment. It's tempting to believe this economic fairy tale. But if growth is the cure to all of our ills, why are we in such a bind after sixty years of it? Even though the U.S. economy has more than tripled in size since 1950, surveys indicate that people have not become any happier. Inequality has risen sharply in recent years, and jobs are far from secure. At the same time, increased economic activity has led to greater resource use, dangerous levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, and declining biodiversity. There is now strong evidence that economic growth has become uneconomic in the sense that it costs more than it's worth. Maybe it's time to consider a new strategy—an economy of enough http://www.commondreams.org/view/2013/02/25-1 -▶ TRANSFORMING BUSINESS FOR TOMORROW'S WORLD - THE END OF GDP GROWTH http://sco.lt/96N2C9 -▶ CONSUMING OUR WAY TO PROSPERITY, OR OUT OF EXISTENCE? http://sco.lt/8TbhgH The Guardian, November 1, 2013 -▶ HOW ECONOMIC GROWTH HAS BECOME ANTI-LIFE - Vandana Shiva An obsession with growth has eclipsed our concern for sustainability, justice and human dignity. But people are not disposable – the value of life lies outside economic development http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/nov/01/how-economic-growth-has-become-anti-life ▶ ENTREPRENEURS SUCCEED BY GIVING BACK http://www.businessinsider.com/sc/entrepreneurs-succeed-by-giving-back-2013-10 VIDEO -▶ INTRODUCING THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY - Decoupling Growth from Resource Use http://www.scoop.it/t/environmental-and-human-health/p/3995689446/davos-2013-introducing-the-circular-economy-video-decoupling-growth-from-resource-use FEB 13, 2013 -▶ PATAGONIA PLANS GLOBAL CAMPAIGN FOR RESPONSIBLE CAPITALISM http://www.scoop.it/t/environmental-and-human-health/p/3996868912/patagonia-plans-global-campaign-for-responsible-capitalism -▶ COMPANIES MUST STEP UP TO INCLUDE SOCIAL GOALS IN CORPORATE DECISIONS http://sco.lt/5Far6P -▶ INNOVATION FOR A COMPLEX WORLD: PROMOTING THE WELL BEING OF HUMANITY http://sco.lt/5Z51bV Atlantic Cities, October 31, 2013 -▶ THE SHARING ECONOMY: THE RISE OF INVISIBLE WORK http://www.theatlanticcities.com/jobs-and-economy/2013/10/rise-invisible-work/7412/ Mongabay, December 10, 2013 -▶ AVERAGE AMERICAN CONSUMES 50,000 POUNDS OF RAW MATERIALS ANNUALLY FOR THE STUFF THEY BUY http://news.mongabay.com/2013/1210-dimitrova-raw-materials.html IUCN International - -▶ WORLD BANK RECOGNIZES NEED TO POSITION NATURE AT THE FOUNDATION OF ECONOMIC STRATEGIES https://portals.iucn.org/blog/2012/09/08/the-world-bank-is-serious-about-nature-conservation/ -▶ UN BIODIVERSITY REPORT CALLS FOR GLOBAL ACTION TO PREVENT DESTRUCTION OF NATURE http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2010/may/21/un-biodiversity-economic-report -▶ WHO OWNS NATURE? CORPORATE POWER AND THE FINAL FRONTIER IN THE COMMODIFICATION OF LIFE http://www.scoop.it/t/agriculture-gmos-pesticides/p/2299601530/who-owns-nature-corporate-power-and-the-final-frontier-in-the-commodification-of-life Transition Network ▶ HOW DIFFERENT THE WORLD WOULD BE IF WE PAID THE TRUE COST OF FOOD AND FARMING? http://www.transitionnetwork.org/blogs/rob-hopkins/2013-12/how-different-would-world-be-if-we-paid-true-cost-food-and-farming The Ecologist, December 12, 2013 -▶ WHAT PRICE NATURE? : If the world is to feed a growing population against a backdrop of climate change and biodiversity loss, argues Charles Windsor, we must calculate in the cost of the damage we are causing to soils, water, climate and ecosystems... http://www.theecologist.org/blogs_and_comments/commentators/2194757/we_must_put_a_price_on_nature.html -▶ WHY THE ECONOMY NEEDS NATURE http://sco.lt/6WP6On ; The Guardian, August 12, 2012 -▶ THE PRELUDE TO THE GREATEST PRIVATISATION SINCE ENCLOSURE: PUTTING A PRICE ON THE RIVER AND RAIN -George Monbiot http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2012/aug/06/price-rivers-rain-greatest-privatisation Guardian, November 27, 2013 -▶ PUTTING A PRICE ON NATURE WOULD BE DISASTROUS http://www.theguardian.com/global-development/poverty-matters/2013/nov/27/price-nature-markets-natural-capital -▶ BRINGING NATURE BACK INTO YOUR LIFE ... AND THE WORK PLACE http://sco.lt/83sf2H -▶ THE INDUSTRIAL MILITARY COMPLEX MINDSET AND CSR: SHARING AND COOPERATION vs COMPETITION AND ENDLESS CONSUMPTION http://sco.lt/5EXUv3 Guardian, November 11, 2013, George Monbiot -▶ IT'S BUSINESS THAT REALLY RULES US NOW: CORPORATE INTERESTS HAVE CAPTURED THE ENTIRE DEMOCRATIC PROCESS http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/nov/11/business-rules-lobbying-corporate-interests -▶ ON THE BACKS OF THE POOR : 2012 CORPORATE PROFITS HIT RECORD HIGH WHILE WORKER WAGES HIT RECORD LOW http://sco.lt/64Y1Tt Guardian Sustainable Hub: October 28, 2013 -▶ IS SUSTAINABILITY A DANGEROUS MYTH FUELING OVER CONSUMPTION http://www.theguardian.com/sustainable-business/sustainability-dangerous-myth-over-consumption Feb 14 2013 Sustainable Brands -▶ CALLING FOR AN END TO MASS CONSUMPTION - Guerrilla Fashion Week Campaign http://www.sustainablebrands.com/news_and_views/articles/guerrilla-fashion-week-campaign-calls-end-mass-consumption WATCH -▶ "MONEY AND LIFE - ECOLOGIZE GROWTH" http://www.karmatube.org/videos.php?id=2473 -▶ WORLD BECOMING UNGOVERNABLE : REPORT: Business as "Responsible" as Government for Driving Ethical Social Change http://www.scoop.it/t/environmental-and-human-health/p/3995523720/report-business-as-responsible-as-government-for-driving-ethical-social-change -▶ THE WORLD IS SITTING ON A CONSUMPTION TIME BOMB http://sco.lt/7sR3eT -▶ SLEEPWALKING TO EXTINCTION: CAPITALISM AND THE CONSUMER ECONOMY http://sco.lt/9EPNkf Paul Gilding, February 2012 -▶ WILL MARKETS SURVIVE THE END OF GROWTH? http://paulgilding.com/cockatoo-chronicles/will-markets-survive-the-end-of-growth.html WATCH -▶ "THE STORY OF SOLUTIONS" Latest from Annie Leonard's "Story of Stuff" Resolving the "Game of More" http://sco.lt/7GgcbZ January 14, 2013 Forbes -▶ BEST PRACTICES - AREN'T http://ow.ly/i2RwT Business is fluid, dynamic, and ever-evolving - http://www.forbes.com/sites/mikemyatt/2012/08/15/best-practices-arent/ -▶ RECLAIMING OUR IMAGINATIONS FROM 'THERE IS NO ALTERNATIVE' http://www.scoop.it/t/environmental-and-human-health/p/3995512434/reclaiming-our-imaginations-from-there-is-no-alternative -▶ NEW ECONOMIC MODEL NEEDED -- NOT RELENTLESS CONSUMER DEMAND http://www.scoop.it/t/environmental-and-human-health/p/3995197612/new-economic-model-needed-not-relentless-consumer-demand Our Finite World, October 31, 2013 -▶ SUSTAINABILITY: HOW HUMANS' ECONOMY DIFFERS FROM NATURES' http://ourfiniteworld.com/2013/10/31/sustainability-how-humans-economy-differs-from-natures/ On The Commons -▶ A BRIEF HISTORY OF HOW WE LOST THE COMMONS - AND WHAT WE MUST DO TO GET IT BACK http://www.onthecommons.org/magazine/brief-history-how-we-lost-commons EMagazine, February 11, 2013 -▶ IT'S ABOUT MORE THAN JOBS: Jeffrey Hollender Building a Sustainable Economy Requires Changes on Many Fronts http://www.emagazine.com/blog/its-about-more-than-jobs/ VIDEO -▶ "WHO PROFITS FROM POVERTY? - DOING GOOD RESPONSIBLY http://sco.lt/6cjhdh -▶ PASSING THE BUCK: MORE THAN HALF OF U.S. FAST FOOD WORKERS ARE ON PUBLIC AID http://sco.lt/7sWeQL Triple Pundit, November 1, 2013 -▶ DOZENS OF LARGE U.S. CORPORATIONS AVOIDED TAXES ALL TOGETHER IN 2012 http://www.triplepundit.com/2013/10/dozens-large-corporations-avoided-taxes-altogether-2012/ -▶ THE UNITED STATES OF SUBSIDIES - INVESTIGATION - CORPORATE WELFARE OR ECONOMIC GROWTH? http://sco.lt/7o0mEj -▶ TREE HEALTH LINKED WITH HUMAN HEALTH - OUR INTERCONNECTED LIVES http://sco.lt/85WZ2v -▶ MONEY REALLY DOES GROW ON TREES http://sco.lt/68WAIz -▶ ZEN MASTER THICH NHAT HANH: OUR SEARCH FOR FAME, WEALTH, POWER IS OUR DOWNFALL http://www.scoop.it/t/environmental-and-human-health/p/3995297959/zen-master-thich-nhat-hanh-our-search-for-fame-wealth-power-is-our-downfall -- WATCH -- "HOME" An Exquisite Story of Our Planet http://thenaturaleye.wordpress.com/2011/03/26/home-an-exquisite-story-of-our-world/
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