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Global governance

Article / 7th September 2017

The United Nations has called the situation in Yemen the world’s largest humanitarian crisis, with more than 10 million people who require immediate assistance. And the situation could become even worse.

News / 22nd August 2017

Prišel je čas, ko moramo v milijonskem številu demonstrirati, ne proti temu ali onemu, temveč na temelju volje do dobrega in sočutja, ki opredeljujeta, kdo v resnici smo. Kajti v slehernem človeškem srcu je vgrajena ljubezen in modrost celotnega človeštva. - Mohammed Mesbahi

News / 1st August 2017

There is only a 5% chance that the Earth will avoid warming by at least 2C come the end of the century, according to new research that paints a sobering picture of the international effort to stem dangerous climate change.

Report / 21st July 2017

通常、持続可能な開発に向けた有用なツールとして描かれている官民パートナーシップ(PPP)は、実際には「人々と公的資金にとって不釣り合いなリスクとコストを伴う」と、2017年に発表されたスポットライトレポートの中で市民社会組織と労働組合のグローバル連合が主張しています。

Report / 21st July 2017

The SDG Health Price Tag, published in The Lancet Global Health, estimates the costs and benefits of progressively expanding health services in order to reach 16 Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) health targets in 67 low- and middle-income countries that account for 75% of the world’s population.

Report / 21st July 2017

Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs), usually portrayed as a useful tool towards sustainable development, actually “involve disproportionate risks and costs for people and the public purse”, claims a global coalition of civil society organizations and trade unions in the Spotlight Report 2017 launched earlier this week.

Blog / 17th July 2017

市民社会の活動家たちは、持続可能な開発に関するハイレベル政治フォーラム(HLPF)での最初の週の審議を批判しています。グローバル・ポリシー・フォーラムによる。

Blog / 17th July 2017

Civil Society activists critique the first week of deliberations at the High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development, by the Global Policy Forum.

Article / 17th July 2017

A collection of myth-busting insights about global inequality and the creation of poverty, with key questions to ponder in the latest human rights reader no. 417, by Claudio Schuftan.

Article / 17th July 2017

A new politics is needed if the incredible riches of our world are to be shared by the many. But the G20 cannot or will not adopt such a redistributive and regulatory agenda; only massive popular action can bring it about, writes Nick Dearden.