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  • Goal of Reducing Child Mortality Yet Unmet

    October 27, 2014

    The United Nations has reported significant declines in the rates of child mortality and hunger, but noted that these twin problems persist at significant rates in Africa and South Asia. The goal of halving the number of hungry people by 2015 seems within reach,but the goal of reducing child mortality by two-thirds is apparently years […]

  • The Rising Trend of International Tourism

    October 27, 2014

    In 1950 there were 25 million international tourists which amounted to about 1% of the the 2.5 billion world population at that time. By 1980 the percentage of international tourists had risen to about 6% of the world population and in 2013 this percentage had risen even further, to 15% of the world population. Unsurprisingly, […]

  • UNICEF Report Shows Alarming Rates of Violence Against Children

    October 25, 2014

    Victims of violence are often the most vulnerable people in society, who have little recourse to defend themselves or fight back against their aggressors, and who often have no means by which to report or rectify the wrongs done to them. A recent report by UNICEF over 190 countries reveals that one in five homicide […]

  • Carbon Tax Unsupported by Key Nations

    October 25, 2014

    Despite melting icecaps, extreme weather, the near extinction of certain species, and other undeniable evidence, the world remains divided over the critical issue of climate change. The simple incentive of saving the planet so that it can remain habitable for future humans is not sufficient to change the behavior of the world, so financial incentives […]

  • Polio Persists in War – Torn Countries

    October 25, 2014

    The Ebola virus has brought global attention to the terrible impact that communicable diseases can have on societies, nations, and entire regions of the globe. While news of Ebola has shocked onlookers around the world, and its effects have devastated populations, other diseases like polio persist, especially in poor, war-torn areas that lack access to […]

  • Ozone Recovery – a Climate Success Story

    October 25, 2014

    The news today on climate change tends to be discouraging, with international conferences and meetings fostering important conversations, but little visible progress toward concrete solutions to stop or reverse the damage done by carbon emissions. As the p lanet’s temperatures continue to ris

  • How Has Digital Media Changed Journalism?

    October 25, 2014

    The Open Society Foundations’ new Mapping Digital Media project examines the risks and opportunities that have arise n from the proliferation of digital media. The study covers research from 56 countries including 16 of the 20 most populous countries, accounting for more than 4.5 billion of the world’s population. The report confirms that digital television […]

  • TGCI Launches G – Citizen Development Skills Directory

    October 25, 2014

    TGCI’s G – Citizen Development Skills Directoryenables TGCI members and other development practitioners to advertise skills and expertise they have to offer others. It also enables those in need of development expertise within and across countries ( donor organizations, governments, NGOs, businesses and others) to identify qualified candidates. If you or a colleague want to […]

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