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 financing development, gender equality and social mobility.

3 Aug

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This week’s hot links include financing development, gender equality and social mobility.

ToughRoad: interactive educational game

15 Jun

Tough Road

ToughRoad is an interactive educational game where young people can acquire knowledge of globalisation, trade, commodity chain and inequality.

This week’s hot links include: Syria, wealth inequality and sustainable development goals.

25 Feb

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Michiel Hofman, senior humanitarian specialist for the Humanitarian Innovation Team of Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) writing for the Guardian discusses the need for accountability from states and the United Nations Security Council ‘in particular’ where the majority of members ‘are backing rival sides in the war.’ Hofman states that a ‘diplomatic blame-game’ and […]

This week’s hot links include: international aid, sustainable development goals and the United Nations youth forum.

3 Feb

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February 24 marks the 50th anniversary of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Helen Clark for UN Development explores the challenges and landmarks of the last year and the opportunities for the UNDP and international development in 2016. A storify published by the UNDP discusses the previous year in international development, the UNDP role in […]

This week’s hot links include; wealth inequality, universal education, crises response and the World Economic Forum 2016.

27 Jan

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Coinciding with the World Economic Forum in Davos, Oxfam have issued a report – entitled An Economy for the 1%– outlining how wealth inequality has grown to the stage where 62 of the world’s richest people own as much as the poorest half of the world’s people combined. Oxfam argue that power and privilege is being […]

The Amartya Sen Prize Contest

6 Aug

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ASAP announced the Amartya Sen Prize Contest for the best new work on illicit financial flows, global poverty, and inequality. At least two of the winning essays will receive a monetary award and will be presented at an international conference at Yale University. ASAP UK is now seeking four committed volunteers to help achieve the […]

Evian Group Taskforce Meeting: Glum and Glummer

7 Mar