This week’s hot links include International Human Rights Day, climate change, populism and Sustainable Development Goals 1, 10 and 13.

14 Dec

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This week’s hot links include International Human Rights Day, climate change, populism and Sustainable Development Goals 1, 10 and 13.

This week’s hot links include EU strategy, refugee policy, counter-terror strategy and analysis of the geo-politics of Turkey’s failed coup.

27 Jul

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This week’s hot links include EU strategy, refugee policy, counter-terror strategy and analysis of the geo-politics of Turkey’s failed coup.

This week’s hot links include a retrospective examination at international achievements in 2015 aswell as a prospective look into global strategic development in 2016. This includes; drug policy, gender, sustainable development goals and climate change.

6 Jan

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Kasia Malinowska, Director of the Open Society Global Drug Policy Program writing for The Huffington Post discusses how existing drug control policies are failing globally. She also writes how countries such as The Netherlands, Switzerland and Portugal are being responsive to local needs with local innovative solutions providing much needed global leadership on the topic. […]

This week’s hot links span climate change strategy, mainstreaming equality and how employment can deliver strategic development goals.

16 Dec

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With the passing of a global agreement at COP21 in Paris on December 12, countries around the world are stepping up their action on climate change to meet the ambition of the agreement. More than 180 countries have submitted national pledges for climate action before and during COP21, including more than 130 countries working with […]

New Involve Publication on Climate Change, Citizens and Open Local Government

5 Aug

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‘Can You Hear Me? Climate Change, Citizens and Open Local Government’ Involve has released a study that looks at how local authorities are engaging with citizens on climate change, energy futures and sustainable living. It explores how an open government approach might lead to improved governance of these complex issues.

Joseph Rowntree Foundation Release Report on ‘Climate Change and Social Justice: An Evidence Review’

28 Mar

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The Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) has released a new report entitled ‘Climate change and social justice: an evidence review’. JRF are a not-for-profit organisation that seeks to identify the root causes of poverty and injustice, and support the communities struggling through these problems. This latest report from JRF explores the social justice aspects of climate […]

Manifesto for Democracy and Sustainability Searching for Social Media Advocates

25 Oct

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Climate change is here. Unless change happens now, the human species will be battered by heatwaves, droughts, rising seas and extreme weather. Do your part, gain invaluable career experience and earn some extra cash with the Manifesto for Democracy and Sustainability. Launched this year, the Manifesto takes a different approach to safeguarding the future: they […]

Terror and Tragedy in Boston | This Week’s Top Hot Links #87

17 Apr