PEACEFUL SOCIETIES, ACCESS TO JUSTICE AND THE RULE OF LAW
Areas of Engagement
IN TIMES OF EXTREME HUMAN RIGHTS NEGLECT AND OF EXTREME ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL PLUNDER, EXTREME MEASURES ARE NEEDED
A specter is haunting (not only) Europe: The specter of human rights.
Even The Economist recognized that the MDGs are actually ends without means. In many countries, the MDGs are a too distant reality for ordinary people. (UNFPA)
Through a series of three three-day-workshops and various activities that aim to engage youth from all over the country - meetings (with youth and with decision makers), online conversations, round tables, training sessions and discussion groups - this process seeks to (1) Form and nurture a cohesive young group of Bolivia’s future leaders; (2) nurture the seeds of a shared vision that could inspire citizens and decision makers, challenging them to engage in a constructive dialogue that acknowledges and embraces diversity more positively; (3) Engage youth in a dialogue about the historic ch
Is East Africa Running Out of Money? In this inaugural issue we take a look at the promise of economic growth, the struggle of governments to balance the books and the new-found romance with Eurobond listings. Amidst the fanfare and anticipation, there is also a risk that debt may yet come to hang on our collective necks like a millstone.
Society for International Development (SID) Nairobi Office is implementing a project dubbed Regional County Forum on Trade and Investment in Western Kenya region to facilitate dialogue between three counties : Kisumu, Siaya and Busia on matters of trade and investment. The project has been generously funded by the Government of Canada through the Department of Foreign Trade and Investment (DFATD), under the Democratic Governance Fund (DGF).
As global leaders examine progress in reducing poverty, the time is right to explore if and how livelihoods have improved. What factors determine livelihoods? Which issues will most affect them by 2030? And how can global living standards be sustained?
Livelihoods are constantly at risk. Local and global crises, demographic shifts, climate change, new technologies, and other challenges impact livelihoods in many ways.These challenges vary dramatically across countries and communities.
Public interest Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), social movements and Indigenous Peoples repeated their demands and concerns related to the ICN 2 process in a new statement to the Informal Meeting on ICN 2 with Non-State Actors, organized by the World Health Organization (WHO) on July 11, 2014 in Geneva, Switzerland.