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L’économie sociale et solidaire est elle une réponse aux revendications et au maux exprimés par les gilets jaune? Pourrait-on canaliser cette colère au profit d’une solidarité plus forte?  Le mouvement des Gilets jaunes est le plus long de l’histoire d’une France. Il accompagne un besoin vital de...
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In this episode of the Small Arms Survey podcast series, senior researcher and managing editor Glenn McDonald—author of our October 2017 Briefing Paper Arms Control 2.0—Operationalizing SDG Target 16.4—discusses how the implementation of international arms control instruments supports the aim of...
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If economic eras are defined by their most advanced form of production, then we are clearly living in one where knowledge plays a decisive role in the organisation of production, distribution and consumption. But the benefits of the knowledge economy are far from equally shared, so how can we...
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With drought in Somalia on the verge of affecting 2.2 million across the country - almost a fifth of the population - UN agencies are calling for urgent funds for critical livelihood support.   Stressing that drought is causing crops to fail and livestock to die, OCHA’s Justin Brady said that not...
The greatest threat to the traditional way of life across the Pacific region, is climate change, says Simona Marinescu, UN Resident Coordinator for the 28 islands that make up Samoa, Cook Islands, Niue and Tokelau. Paulina Greer spoke to Ms. Marinescu, on a recent visit to UN Headquarters in New...
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Sub-Saharan Africa is the only region where the share of adults with a mobile money account now exceeds 10 percent. That mobile revolution began in Kenya. In this episode of Afronomics, World Bank Chief Economist for Africa, Albert Zeufack, speaks with Professor Njuguna Ndung’u who is currently...
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Explorer Paul Rose is usually found in the world’s wildest places where he works with scientists to find solutions to climate change. For the last two weeks though, he’s been in downtown Geneva at a major UN conference, to encourage countries to ban widely used toxic substances and plastic...
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Devant la faiblesse de la participation citoyenne, le délitement du lien social, l’isolement de chacun, la sur-consommation, des solutions existent pour améliorer la vie des gens au quotidien et répondre aux grands défis sociétaux de notre temps. Suivant le principe “penser global, agir local ”,...
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La fin de l’apartheid en Afrique du Sud a eu beaucoup de retombées positives Mais les écarts de richesse et de revenus hérités de l’apartheid demeurent encore trop importants pour permettre au pays de tourner définitivement la page. L’Afrique du Sud, comme beaucoup de pays émergents, est...
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Foreign aid money from governments is getting scarcer, and in the U.S., private philanthropy exceeds US government funds in the foreign assistance realm. But, what about the role of business and private capital in development, reducing poverty, and alleviating hunger? So called "impact investing"...
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Gérard Araud, Ambassador of France to the United States, joins the Atlantic Council’s Future Europe Initiative for a discussion on French leadership in a Post-Brexit Europe. Following the Ambassador’s remarks, Atlantic Council Senior Fellow Jeremie Gallon engages Ambassador Frederic Hof,...
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This is an Interview with Rich Bartlett and Natalia Lombardo, of Loomio and Enspiral, who share their thinking on how small groups can harness the power of emotional and economic #microsolidarity to feel connected and financially secure as they do the often hard and poorly paid work of changing...
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What would motivate you to install a toilet in your home? Most rural families in Rajasthan have defecated in open fields for generations. Listen to how a campaign that appeals to human dignity has spurred whole communities to change their lives and improve not only their health, but their peace...
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This episode concludes a discussion with Stephane Hallegatte and Mook Bangalore, two of the authors of the report “Shock Waves: Managing the Impacts of Climate Change on Poverty.” The authors discuss how simultaneously working to mitigate climate change and reduce extreme poverty can produce a...
Chaque semaine, Michel Poulin, Diane Fellice et leurs invités nous parlent de la vie la vie active des personnes vivant avec une déficience visuelle et présentent des  ressources disponibles pour faciliter leur vie. Cette semaine: Une entrevue avec Dominique Bilodeau, infirmière et...
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Poop. It might not be dinner table conversation, but there’s no denying it’s on everyone’s minds. If you ever feel bloated, constipated, or experience more serious digestive issues, it could be due to your diet. Plant-based and board-certified gastroenterologist Dr. Angie Sadeghi walks us through...
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Allons à la découverte de ce concept en compagnie de Yuvan Beejadhur, spécialiste en la matière à l’institut de la Banque mondiale pour la gestion des ressources naturelles. S’inspirer de notre environnement, autrement dit de la nature pour construire un nouveau modèle économique, c’est...
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Petites ou grandes, les entreprises sont les forces les plus puissantes aujourd’hui. Certaines génèrent plus de Chiffre d’Affaires que le PIB de plusieurs états réunis.  Elles sont un acteur public et politique. Elles font du lobbying, influencent nos lois, nos choix quotidiens, prélèvent les...
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Immigrant integration policymaking has become vastly more complex and under greater scrutiny amid the rise of populism in Europe. This panel from an MPI Europe event, Building the Foundations for Inclusion: What Does the Future Hold for Immigrant Integration in Europe?, examines what new skills...
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Une friche militaire réaménagée peut-elle finir par abriter un paradis écologique ?  Un ilot de diversité et de démesure comme sur les Iles Galapagos que Charles Darwin découvrait. Qu’aurait-il dit de ça ?   Imaginez, vous franchissez la Garonne, une fois à Bordeaux. Vous vous retrouvez dans...
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In the East China sea, in waters bounded by Japan, China, and Taiwan, lies a small archipelago of uninhabited islands known in Japan as the Senkaku Islands, and in China as Diaoyu Islands. Both countries claim them, but they are covered by the US-Japan security treaty. What would be the U.S....
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UN food agency still seeking agreement with Yemen’s Houthis to stop aid diversion ISIL children held in ‘secret detention facilities’, UN human rights office warns Venezuela’s masses need international protection, urges UNHCR
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